Source URL: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/historys-bible-what-critics-are-425767 2:05 PM PST 3/3/2013 by Jane Kellogg History’s ‘The Bible’: What The Critics Are Saying The miniseries left THR’s [The Hollywood Reporter] TV critic wondering who the intended audience was […]
Charles Scott Fowler
Follower of Jesus, Husband, Father, Pastor, Theologian . . . other stuff . . .
I have learned from past experience that practically any time channels like The Discovery Channel, the Biography Channel, A & E, and in this case The History Channel, try to take a […]
I never thought I would witness the wholesale embracing of evolution by leaders in the evangelical church that I am seeing now. We are entering a strange time in the church and […]
Matthew 11 25 At that time Jesus said, “I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to […]
Appreciating these words from John Donne’s Holy Sonnets, XIV Batter my heart, three-person’d God ; for you As yet but knock ; breathe, shine, and seek to mend ; That I may […]
My name is Katie Fowler and I have been chosen to receive the Sharon Stack Award from Smithtown Christian School. I am honored to receive this award and humbly accept. As I […]
Love. The following is a quote from Han Urs Von Balthasar. It thus becomes clear that faith is ordered primarily to the inconceivability of God’s love, which surpasses us and anticipates us.…
The existence of the ideal is evidence of its possibility. Ever been inspired by a movie because of the values it portrayed? The story was challenging and beautiful, moving and uplifting. Then […]
For the better part of two decades, I have engrossed myself in your life. Much of my effort has been simply to keep you alive and healthy. I have sung songs, and played games, and answered questions, but more than that, I have loved you at depths that even now you are not able to understand and won’t be until you have a child of your own. Though at times I have tried to express and explain that love to you, I realize that, for now, between us, I’ll have to be content with knowing its depths on my own. Part of a parent’s lot I suppose.