Archive for July 2008

Scopes Trial 83rd Anniversary

July 21, 2008

July 21 is a historic day in America’s history, the beginning of the Scopes evolution trial that brought evolution theory to the forefront of our county’s education system, despite the fact that Scopes was convicted and fined. He lost but evolutionary thinking was the winner of the day.

Consider these facts:

1. John Scopes never taught evolution in a classroom.

2. Scopes didn’t know enough about evolution theory to be able to testify on the stand.

3. Clarence Darrow was not the ACLU’s first choice for defense attorney.

4. Creationist Williams Jennings Bryan was well versed in the theory of evolution and belonged to a major scientific organization.

5. Scopes coached three students to testify against him.

In honor of this anniversary, I’m making my historical mystery Reaping the Whirlwind available for free download as a ebook at this link. This is the book that won the Christy Award.

Have a great day!

Rosey Dow


New Book Release: Colorado Homecoming

July 18, 2008

This just out, a book on my blog, delivered as a serialized story every day Monday-Friday.

Colorado Homecoming is another frontier story but this time the main characters, Mark and Laura Gates, are a young married couple in crisis.

You can read the story absolutely free atthis link

How to Be a Christian without Being Annoying

July 14, 2008

About the author: Raised in The Salvation Army, Bette Dowdell has been an IBM Systems Engineer, computer consultant and owner of a software company. She also taught and spoke about God to pretty much anybody who would listen. As one part of this adventure, she successfully taught serious theology to grade school kids, leading them in loud, energetic songs about God and explaining deep things of the Bible in kid-speak. Dowdell lives in the Phoenix area.