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Lord of the Rings Book Talk 6 | We Finished Fellowship! | M.E. Music & More!

Well… we finished the first volume of the Lord of the Rings trilogy: The Fellowship of the Ring!  In this sixth installment of book talks we discuss Gimli’s assertion that Galadriel is the most beautiful creature in Middle Earth, the central role of music and songs in Tolkien’s writing and how that’s lost on the film goers.  In addition, I… Read more »

Fellowship of the Ring | Book Talk, Car Talk!

On our most recent camping trip Tezi and I began reading The Lord of the Rings.  Here we are reading it by the fire on one of the nights out under the stars: It’s been an engrossing experience for me and quite an enjoyable experience for Tezi.  As I’ve noted before on this blog, I have read The Lord of… Read more »

The Cost of Our Freedom…

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The priest this morning in church referenced The Lord of the Rings.  I know God speaks to us in these days.  He speaks to me.  As is seen in this morning’s sermon.  Frodo, unable to get rid of the Ring on his own, had to have it ripped from his body (at the loss of his finger) in order for… Read more »