It's not so much a scene as a moment, a piece of history.
Fresh out of the sands of Arabia, Peter O'Toole played Henry II and Richard Burton at his most dashing took on his recalcitrant Archbishop Becket, in Peter Gleville's adaptation of Jean Anouilh's play.
Not the content itself anymore…but the fact that someone who was clearly trying to be true to their faith perspective and obedient to their calling – someone who truly and deeply loved God – could write a book that detonated like a landmine and caused so much harm to an entire generation.
As a writer who finds herself dealing with matters of faith, this is absolutely terrifying to me.
Biblical courtship, also known as Christian courtship is a conservative Christian alternative to dating. Davis has developed a unique stand on this philosophy, and his materials have been popular with the homeschool culture since the early 1990s.