This was written while studying Philippians. I wonder if it would be better if it were set to music?
The story of King David is one of the great stories of history. This retelling is from the viewpoint of Prince Jonathan, the son of King Saul. It examines the relationship of Jonathan and his father, asking how to obey the 5th commandment when one’s father is not very honorable. While it is very long, I do hope you enjoy it.
What’s it like to face Jesus after you have denied Him? Based on John 21, this is the story of Simon Peter’s reconciliation with Jesus. While it is my fictional account, I have tried to make sure what I relate here is faithful to Scripture.
We know this story–or we think we do. C. S. Lewis did a great job with “Perelandra”…but I wanted to look at the story from Adam’s viewpoint. I was surprised when I reread the story that God did not tell Eve to avoid the tree, He only told Adam. And, of course, the talking animals are my fantasy…but the Bible does tell us that the ‘snake’ did talk. I began writing this before 2010 and finished it in 2017. It should have nothing theological that is not orthodox. However, you should read it for entertainment. It is not scripture. As I say elsewhere, read it as historical fiction.
This story is adapted from an old legend. Many years ago I read that St. John was tortured by being boiled in oil, but that he survived.
This is my fictional account of the story of Onesimus, who is mentioned in Paul’s letter to Philemon.