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Book Review: ‘Floats the Dark Shadow’ by Yves Fey


Can the horror in the shadows of the beautiful city of Paris dim its lights to the world? Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): ‘Passion Play’ by Sarah Ruhl


The Tony- and Pulitzer-nominated playwright's epic fantasy makes its Los Angeles debut in a lively production at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble in West L.A. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Ravens Tears, Book 1: The Raven and the Iris’ by Alesia & Michael Matson


Can the truth set you free, or can the darkness of your past, spilled into the light, ruin your life forever? Read More »

Interview with Fey Ugokwe, Author of ‘Wifey’


"The term 'wifey' can mean anything from indeed a wife, to an indispensably mad-fabulous girlfriend." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Authentic Faith: A Survival Guide for Christian Living’ by Bo Lange

Authentic Faith by Bo Lange

A refreshing book that even the most devout and longtime Christian will find to be an affirmation of faith. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Prodigal’ by Michael Hurley


Can the magic of the sea release you from the bonds that often hold you back? Can belief in yourself help to redeem your past? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Don’t Give up, You Can Make It If You Try, You Can Win’ by Joe Simon


A stylistically flawed but moderately interesting autobiography of his life as an R 'n' B star and calling to the ministry. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Writing Religion: The Making of Turkish Alevi Islam’ by Markus Dressler


Writing Religion is an important study within the field of religious studies in that it reveals the power that religious scholars wield over their subjects of study. Read More »

A Profession of Faith (Part 2)


I was once very religious, but I slowly began to throw off the shroud of belief that had been with me for many years. Read More »

Interview: Lou Poumakis, Author of Faith on Earth?

Faith On Earth cover

"Faith on Earth? addresses the decline in Christian influence in the West over the last two centuries." Read More »