Tag Archives: Dorothy Sayers

Sayers on suffering

Dear [friend in a dark time], You might be interested in a letter written during WW2 by a leading British radio personality (Dorothy L. Sayers). She spoke to fellow Brits about a Christian perspective on suffering. I know you yourself … Continue reading

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Ring out, wild bells

For Advent and Christmas this year, Candace and I again are reading aloud together through Malcolm Guite, Waiting on the Word, a collection of poems and essay reflections. On New Years Day, Malcolm Guite calls our attention to the “ring … Continue reading

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Inklings books – Wade Podcast

Note: This page is now superseded by a new Wade Center Podcast Index at wadecenterpodcast.org. For more information, check out the About page for that website. This kerrysloft.com page will no longer be updated, and the index links here have … Continue reading

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Why I like Columbo

In memoriam: Peter Falk (September 16, 1927 – June 23, 2011) In recent months, I’ve watched a fair number of Columbo episodes, starring Peter Falk, available on DVD and through Netflix. I well remember enjoying them when they first aired, … Continue reading

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Reading Wimsey, 1987

We recently watched the BBC’s production of Gaudy Night that aired in the late 1980’s on PBS. At that time we were unable to watch the series of Lord Peter television movies, but we were already avid readers of Dorothy … Continue reading

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Life metaphors: Journey

The most profound metaphors for life are the journey, music, and dance. In recent weeks I’ve been blessed to experience the richness of each of these through a graduation, the discovery of a new song, and a dance recital. Here … Continue reading

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