For Walpurgis Nacht: Stoker’s Dracula’s Guest

As a literature nerd, the eve of St. Walpurgis' Feast (May Day) cannot come without this short story, originally meant to be the second chapter of Dracula, crossing my mind. Florence Stoker published it after the death of her husband Bram.  Courtesy of Project Gutenberg. DRACULA'S GUEST, by Bram Stoker When we started for our … Continue reading For Walpurgis Nacht: Stoker’s Dracula’s Guest

Reviews: ESV with Apocrypha and the NLT Catholic

A few weeks ago, I asked the question: how do you perceive editions including Apocrypha of traditionally Evangelical Protestant translations of the Bible? I got very little response. Yet the issue remains: two major Evangelical translations now feature editions with Apocrypha: The English Standard Version Bible with Apocrypha (Oxford University Press, 2009) and the New … Continue reading Reviews: ESV with Apocrypha and the NLT Catholic