My Favorite Horror Literature

A few days ago, I asked what your favorite horror novels, short stories, collections, etc. were.  I quickly realized I could not limit this list to five, so I'm not even going to try.  My winners are... Novels Mary Shelley, Frankenstein. See my four-part series on this amazing novel. Bram Stoker, Dracula. Perhaps the novel … Continue reading My Favorite Horror Literature

Your Favorite Horror Literature?

Here's our next "audience participation number": What are your top five favorite horror novels or scary/supernatural stories (or collections thereof), and (optionally) why? This can be a bit broad. Oh, and these questions do, in fact, have a theological end.  Follow the Quotes of the Week that I'm posting this month to articles related to this. … Continue reading Your Favorite Horror Literature?

Fiction and Belief

"One of Hamlet's most famous lines in Shakespeare's play addresses this three-way confrontation between skepticism, uncertainty, and belief: 'There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.'  In fact, I believe there is much more.  I also believe that part of the fallen human condition is that this … Continue reading Fiction and Belief