Lee Harmon Lee's Comments (member since Jan 22, 2011)

Lee's comments from the Theologians that Love to Write! group.

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Sep 01, 2012 08:51AM

39334 Yes, I found it very timely! My review:

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Jul 08, 2012 03:23PM

39334 depends. who's gonna pay me the money, Jerry?
Jun 22, 2012 08:09PM

39334 Hi Andrew! Enjoyed Symbols, but I need to do a bit of catching up, thanks!
Mar 13, 2012 07:17AM

39334 I keep my eye on this group looking for books to review, but maybe I should extend a personal invitation for new writers/publishers/publicists. I maintain a book review blog for religion titles, leaning more toward thought-provoking than inspirational. Mostly non-fiction. At this time, I'd be especially interested in Bible commentary. But please feel free to contact me or post ideas here, I'm always looking for new books!

blog: www.dubiousdisciple.com
email: lharmon@thewayithappened.com
Jun 29, 2011 11:10AM

39334 Judy, I'll have to ask you outright if you think the subject is appropriate for a book review blog focusing on religion. While the topic sounds fascinating, I can't really tell. Thanks!
May 13, 2011 03:21PM

39334 I should say also, if anyone else has written anything about religion (not necessarily Christianity), thought-provoking, and not too preachy, do feel free to contact me for a possible review. Dubious Disciple reviews feed several sites including Goodreads. I review mostly non-fiction, but also occasionally fiction.
May 13, 2011 03:14PM

39334 Buddy, I would be interested in reviewing Jeremiah The Last Days on my blog: http://www.dubiousdisciple.com Would you be willing to forward me a copy? Or, if you'd like, I just published a book as well. Revelation: The Way it Happened. We should swap and do mutual reviews.
Apr 13, 2011 11:49AM

39334 The Truman Show. Would you walk away from paradise into the real world? Did everyone catch the allusion to Genesis? Flat earth, dome overhead, sun and moon riding tracks across the underside of the dome, etc. Fantastic movie.
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Mar 15, 2011 07:29PM

39334 Mark, what an uplifting story!

I've had no major epiphanies; most of my opinions have been formed over months or over years. I've had a few minor experiences that shape those opinions, of course.

One was visiting the Mormon temple in Salt Lake. I'm no Mormon; to me, it was just something interesting to do. But as I was watching a film of joseph Smith, a young woman a few rows behind me started sniffling. The story was overwhelming her, and soon, she was sobbing openly. Pretty quick someone went and sat by her and put an arm around her. Then another person, and another, and soon a crowd had gathered there at the back of the theater.

How many of them believed like Mormons? No idea. But "God" was there, by any definition of God that makes any sense at all.
Feb 23, 2011 11:53AM

39334 "My work is too theological for secular publishers and too gritty for religious ones."

That pretty much describes me, too, though my books aren't really fiction...they're just masquerading as such. Let's get this "Theo-lit" category going! I'll sneak into B&N and start relabelling shelves if you'll do Borders.
Feb 22, 2011 02:11PM

39334 Triune, Andrew?
Jan 25, 2011 07:30PM

39334 "Impacted my faith"...wow, what doesn't? Take Spong's work: It impacts my faith in Yahweh negatively, but my faith in humanity positively. From one concept of God to another.
Jan 22, 2011 07:19PM

39334 Bishop John Shelby Spong, Karen Armstrong, John Dominic Crossan. I love books that approach Christianity from a scholarly viewpoint without dissing believers or their own Christian heritage.

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