Virtue, Maturation, Conflict, and Forgiveness in Blood on the River by Elisa Carbone

The novel Blood on the River by Elisa Carbone follows the adventures of Samuel Collier and focuses on his experiences of journeying to and living in Jamestown and its neighborhood between 1606 and 1610 A.D. Samuel begins in a low place, a hard place: he is an orphan living on the streets of London, scavenging … More Virtue, Maturation, Conflict, and Forgiveness in Blood on the River by Elisa Carbone

Scientists of Faith #1: Johann Kepler

Johann Kepler (1571-1630, A.D.) was a committed Protestant Christian who laid the foundations for modern astronomy. Some of his achievements include “conclusively proving heliocentricity of the solar system and published the first ephemeris tables for tracking star motions (Morris 11-13).” He taught others how to pinpoint a planet’s location in its orbit. He wrote three … More Scientists of Faith #1: Johann Kepler