Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Part Ten: Let it Be = Love3

This really doesn't deserve it's own part...it's more like part nine-and-a-half. :-) Still, it is important to give due credit to everyone.
~Works Cited~
  1. Lady Dashwood (Eileen Atkins), What a Girl Wants, Warner Brothers Pictures, 2003.
  2. Alec King, Road to Avonlea, Sullivan Pictures Entertainment, 1995.
  3. The Lost Princess (1875), George Macdonald, J.M Dent and Sons, 1967, Chapter 12, page 107.
  4. The Heart of the Rose; A story of purity, Mabel A. McKee, The Young Advent Pilgrim, 1940, pages 34-36.
  5. The Heart of the Rose; A story of purity, Mabel A. McKee, The Young Advent Pilgrim, 1940, pages 40-41.
  6. Passion and Purity, Elizabeth Elliott, Baker Book House Company, 1984, Chapter 31, page 140.
  7. Stella (Thelma Ritter) and L.B. Jeffries (Jimmy Stewart), Rear Window, Paramount Pictures, 1954.
  8. All you Need is Love, The Beatles, Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 1967.
  9. Of Knights and Fair Maidens, Jeff and Danielle Myers, Myers Institute, 1996, Chapter 6, pages 36-37.
  10. Of Knights and Fair Maidens, Jeff and Danielle Myers, Myers Institute, 1996, Chapter 6, page 36.
  11. Of Knights and Fair Maidens, Jeff and Danielle Myers, Myers Institute, 1996, Chapter 6, page 36.
  12. Passion and Purity, Elizabeth Elliott, Baker Book House Company, 1984, Chapter 31, pages 136-137.
  13. Jack Sparrow, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Walt Disney Pictures, 2003.
  14. Princess Bedelia, Princess Tales, Nora Kramer, Scholastic Books, 1971, Chapter 1: The Practical Princess.
  15. Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford), Raiders of the Lost Ark, Paramount Pictures, 1981.
  16. Elizabeth Bennett, Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen, 1813, Chapter 56.
  17. Ingrid Bergman
  18. 1 Corinthians 13:13, NIV

2 comments:

Emily said...

I'd just like to thank you for this series about the popular...er, Christian relationship books, I guess you'd call them? You addressed things I've had problems with since people started recommending them to me in 6th or 7th grade, and very sensibly and in a Godly manner. Thanks again!

Mary said...

Thank you for this blog! I have enjoyed reading your "Let It Be=Love3" series and the other posts very much. You have clearly stated what has been bothering me about the *Christian courtship/ Women's Role* movement (I don't know what else to call it) for years!

Bless you!