The Council’s Ruling — Authors

March 31, 2008, 11:00 am; posted by
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This and every Monday, the Bweinh!tributors, having convened in secret for hours of reasoned debate and consideration, will issue a brief and binding ruling on an issue of great societal import.

This week’s question — Who is the best author of all time?
 
Djere delivers the opinion of the Council, joined by Connie, Steve, Josh, and MC-B:

C.S. Lewis — his worlds and interests are many, vast, and diverse. His plots and characters are convincing. His fiction engaging, his nonfiction convicting.

 

Tom concurs, joined by David, and MC-B:

C.S. Lewis — an engaging yet convicting body of work with individual pieces suitable to any level of sophistication.

 

Mike dissents, joined by Erin:

Henri Nouwen. Such amazing insights and such a humble spirit.

 

Job dissents:

James Michener. A man totally devoted to the task, he never spent a day without traveling, learning about and then writing about this globe.

 

Chloe dissents:

T.S. Eliot. His intricate and masterful poetry presents new layers of powerful imagery and cultural truth with each and every reading.

 

Erin dissents:

Frank Herbert. Amazing, creative, poetic, intuitive.

 

Kaitlin played no part in the determination of this issue.

 

Next time: What is the most overrated band?


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3 Comments to “The Council’s Ruling — Authors”

  1. aaron.guest on April 2nd, 2008 4:24 pm

    Herbert? The author of Dune?

  2. Erin on April 3rd, 2008 11:18 am

    most definitely!

  3. jeff on April 8th, 2008 2:46 pm

    Michener dominates!!!!!!!

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