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Douglas Patten was born and raised in Seattle and graduated from the University of Washington. Both Douglas and his wife Caitlin enjoy sharing the love of Jesus Christ with their children, each other, and everyone they have the good fortune of meeting.

Douglas has been writing all of his life, but OLDE MYSTERIUM is his first published endeavor.


“Even the darkest night will end, and the sun will rise.” ~Victor Hugo This week will be a big week. Not only will my grandfather’s funeral be on this Thursday, February 20th, but it will also mark 40 days since our home was flooded and we have been displaced as a family. Home flood? Yes […] Read more of this blog post »
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Olde Mysterium
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This book was first read to me in 4th grade and I have very fond memories of looking forward to finishing the lunch recess because I knew that the next 30 minutes of class would be spent with the teacher reading the story aloud in class. It was so gr...more
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This book was first read to me when I was in early grade school and it made a profound impact on me in a magical way as a child. The visuals of the white winter land cursed and redeemed into spring was fantastic and vivid.

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“You love with a fierce courage that I do not understand, and yet I wish that I could have it too.”
Douglas Patten

“It is our ability to love that makes us most like the Creator…but to love in the face of loss and pain makes us more like God than ever.”
Douglas Patten, Olde Mysterium

“Even in literature and art, no man who bothers about originality will ever be original: whereas if you simply try to tell the truth (without caring twopence how often it has been told before) you will, nine times out of ten, become original without ever having noticed it.”
C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity

“It is our ability to love that makes us most like the Creator…but to love in the face of loss and pain makes us more like God than ever.”
Douglas Patten, Olde Mysterium




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