How This Story Started

The study of theology and philosophy is my hobby. These two important disciplines have always captivated my imagination and interest.  I am a Christian so I have always been interested in how my beliefs compare with others who don’t share those beliefs.

For this reason, I have been particularly interested in apologetics, the branch of theology that deals with a defense of the Christianity.  Since most theologians believe Christianity has been replaced in the West by the belief system of secular humanism, I was determined to write a book comparing the two religions.  The tragic events of 911 prompted me to engage in an intense study of Islam, and I was subsequently motivated to write a book which compares Christianity to that religion. Of course, a discussion of these two great monotheistic religions would not be complete without addressing Judaism as well, so I also included a study of this great religion in my book too. My third book in the series, which I named The Cabana Chronicles, is a book comparing Christianity to the Mormon religion, and, as a caveat, also includes an intramural discussion comparing the main denominations of the Christian religion.

The Cabana Chronicles is written in a dialogue format because I want to encourage the reader to engage in the discussions, and some of the issues presented in the books are based on actual, weekly discussion sessions conducted with some of my “Winter Texan” friends I met at our home on South Padre Island, Texas. The characters in the book are fictional, however, and any resemblance to any person, living or dead, is not intentional.

The three books have all been published on Amazon and are also available through other internet book retailers.

I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them.  If you have any questions or comments, please use this site to communicate your response.


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