Though Father Brown reignited my love for the literary mystery genre, Hercule Poirot fanned that spark into a lasting flame. Agatha Christie’s conceited little Belgian gentleman, constantly finding something to straighten and thus defy the Second Law of Thermodynamics, always manages to win my heart more thoroughly in every book that I read.
Inspired by "Why the Arts Are a Valid Career Path for Christians" by Grace at True and Pure. I also gained much instruction and lines of argument from Art and the Bible by Francis Shaeffer. Some people seem to be attracted to the wrong things. By this, I am not talking of disobedience or sin, but rather… Continue reading The Pursuit of the Arts–Is It Worth Undertaking?
Hi everyone! Due to blogging taking up almost all of my writing time, I have decided to post only once a week from now on. Though a few changes will occur--single-part "Literary Wisdom" posts and preview posts every other month--you will still see content of the same quality and depth. Thank you! Books: Peter Pan by… Continue reading July/August 2018: A Preview