Wednesday, January 24, 2007


Al Mohler sums up his post about books this way:

"Do our own young people read books? Do they know the pleasures of the solitary reading of a life-changing page? Have they ever lost themselves in a story, framed by their own imaginations rather than by digital images? Have they ever marked up a page, urgently engaged in a debate with the author? Can they even think of a book that has changed the way they see the world . . . or the Christian faith? If not, why not?"

Good questions!

1 comment:

Reformed Renegade said...

Yes, indeed, some good questions. Some of the most profound moments in my life have come through reading. How do we pass on this great passion of ours?