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Church Bulletin Insert for CS Lewis Prince Caspian

Prince Caspian is due out in mid-May, 2008. Here is one of my posts on the Christian themes in Prince Caspian. Click Here for my review of the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe movie. Would your church be interested in having a presentation on the Chronicles of Narnia? Anthony is available. The bulletin information is below.

As promised, I have completed a bulletin insert for the upcoming release of CS Lewis’s Prince Caspian. It is available for download in PDF right above.

Prince Caspian is due out in middle of May, so I do realize that I’m … continue reading...

Advent Church Bulletin Series with Apologetics Emphasis Released for Free for 2007 (Year A)

Sample of Week 1I am making my Advent 2007 Apologetics Bulletin series available for free download and free distribution (no license fee) as of this moment.  Feedback is welcome as I hope to put together a series for Lent in 2008, next.

These bulletin inserts were available even before my Golden Compass parent’s guide/bulletin insert, which is still available and has been downloaded almost 2,000 times. Many churches have reported using that insert. This series has a similar philosophy in that it tries to equip Christians with the facts of the faith however it is different in that instead of being topical, … continue reading...

Church Bulletin Insert: What Christian Parents Should Know about The Golden Compass and What they Should Do About it

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“The Christian religion is a very powerful
and convincing mistake, that’s all.”
(The Amber Spyglass by Philip Pullman)



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This is a companion to a very detailed analysis I wrote of Philip Pullman’s “His Dark Materials” series. It is a brief introduction covering points that Christian parents may be interested in knowing about the series.

It is formatted so that it can also be used as a … continue reading...