Saint Benedict and the Doomsday Cult

Psychologists might be best placed to discern why some people seem to derive a pornographic delight in imagining their own...
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Snippets from Three of My Biographies

Dyann Brown has read excerpts from three of my biographies in her eclectic and relaxing podcast series: https://jpearce.co/snippets-from-my-biographies/
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Here are my thoughts on how Christians should respond to an age in which the Goliath of globalism seeks to...
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Saints, Sinners, & Suffering

September/October Issue

Saints, Sinners, & Suffering Sample Content from Our Latest Issue September/October Table of Contents Sample Article John Bradburne’s Journey “Is this the way you want me to pray?” – Sr. Carino Hodder “Bound by the hands and held at gunpoint, John Bradburne addressed this question to the guerrillas who had taken him from his hut in the leper settlement of Mutemwa in Mashonaland, northern Zimbabwe. It was the night of…

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2211, 2020

Memory and Prophecy

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Many years ago, during the height of my Tolkien obsession, I engaged in online chat with other Middle-Earth inhabitants. We covered topics like “Where would you have lived in Middle-Earth?” Most chatters said they would [...]

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Othello in a Nutshell

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Understanding the deepest elements in one of Shakespeare's darkest tragedies in a little more than a thousand words...   https://jpearce.co/othello-in-a-nutshell/

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Literary Light Amid the Ruins

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When the world is "progressing" towards the dark wood of despair and death, it is literature which lights the way to a better and brighter path:  https://jpearce.co/literary-light-amid-the-ruins/

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