Over the past few years I have noticed a number of references to and quotations from the writings of Dorothy Sayers in books that I have read. These repeated references have piqued my curiosity, so I decided to keep an eye out for one of her books at either the library or in bookstores, but just the other day I found a book in my own library containing a selection from Sayers's writings. How about that for a bargain?
A Matter of Eternity: Selections from the Writings of Dorothy L. Sayers chosen and introduced by Rosamond Kent Sprague / Are Women Human? by Dorothy L. Sayers, with an introduction by Mary McDermott Shideler (Grand Rapids, MI: Wm B. Eerdmans ).
The first part is described by Sprague as "a devotional book." The second part is an address given to a Women's Society in 1938.
As I read, I am tweeting statements that have caught my attention (and that fit within the 140 character limitation). Here are the tweets I've posted thus far:
Still reading and enjoying the Christ-centered meditations...