Archive for May 10th, 2019

A lighthearted weekend reading review…because sometimes Pastors need a break from heavy reading also.

Jason Henderson and Tony Salvaggio.  Clockwerx.  Los Angeles, CA: Humanoids, September 21, 2016.  112 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

This was a fun graphic novel (comics) to read.  The story takes place at London in 1899.  For those who enjoy “steampunk” theme graphic novel this is one that readers will enjoy.  As one would expect from a steampunk genre Clockwex mixes the nineteenth century time period with technology that’s ahead of its time and yet it does this without feeling like a sci-fi.



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I saw on the news article titled “How to Sink a $3 Billion Dollar Submarine: Forgetting to Close a Hatch.” You can read it here.  Its the story of an expensive strategic submarine in the Indian Navy and how it was damaged by something rather surprising:  Someone forgot to close up the hatch when the submarine submerged.  There’s a sense of irony that something so powerful as a 3 billion dollar sub can be destroyed with something so small due to an oversight of a little detail.

There’s a spiritual lesson here.


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