By janet

     “So, do you mean that an eternal mind is the most probable explanation for the universe as we find it?”

     “I mean more than that,” said my teacher.  “I mean not only that it is the most probable, but that it will always be the most probable explanation for the universe as you find it.”

 -The Glory of Kings

Written in the style of a medieval dream vision, The Glory of Kings invites its reader to go on an intellectual and spiritual quest that ranges from Cumberland Island on the Georgia coast to Munsalvaesche, the mystical Grail Castle of Arthurian legend.  A diverse array of characters from history and literature emerges throughout the story to confront or guide those who undertake this quest.  William Blake, Johann Faust, Julian of Norwich, and many others all contribute to the philosophical dialogue of a perilous adventure that seeks to penetrate to the heart of Christianity and behold the face of God.


The book is available on Amazon. You can CLICK ON THE BOOK COVER IMAGE  TO PURCHASE A COPY (KINDLE OR PAPERBACK) OR TO PREVIEW A SAMPLE OF THE INSIDE.  Below is a video of a presentation I made at Harding University (Lectureship 2015).  In it I briefly describe the book and present one of its arguments in great detail.  



2 Responses to “The Glory of Kings”

  1. 1 Shannon
    October 2, 2012 at 1:32 pm

    Sweet River Fool was thoughtful and joyful. I am excited to learn about Glory of Kings. I will be eager to read it. (And my birthday is coming up, hint hint to my family :). )

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THE GLORY OF KINGS - A proposal for why God will always be the best explanation for the existence of the universe.

SWEET RIVER FOOL - Alcoholic, homeless, and alone, Snody despaired of life until a seemingly chance encounter with Saint Francis of Assisi led him to the joys of Christ and the redemption of his soul…

ENOCH WALKED WITH GOD - Enoch had a beautiful soul and walked with God in many ways. This book invites children to imagine what some of those ways might have been while presenting them with a wonderful model for their own lives.


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