Thank you for getting this far into thefaithkit.org. The following is a brief guide to the material under “More Short Stories.”
“Red Eye: a story about sharing faith with a stranger” is also a story about sharing thefaithkit.org with a stranger. “A Day is the Life” is an interactive story about how to use The Faith Kit itself.
“Who Dun It?” is a typical looking mystery story that is really not typical at all.
“A Christmas Story” is, well, a Christmas story. "Three Wise Guys: A knowingly written myth" is exactly that.
“The Tears of Mr. Truhart” and “I Didn’t” are stories about the love of God.
“Tommy,” Billy and Willy,” “Hector the Hacker,” and “Leroy’s Big Decision” are stories for young people.
“It Didn’t Happen” and “They Didn’t Know” are stories about life in heaven.
Patristicus and Scholasticus are people worth meeting. Scholasticus’ Summa is a mini-course in faith; and the sermons of Patristicus are a set of spiritual treasures.
Red Eye: A story about sharing faith with a stranger
A Day in the Life: A story about how to use The Faith Kit
I Didn't: A story about the love of God
Three Wise Guys: a knowingly written myth
Tommy: defends his faith in the cafeteria
Billy and Willy: A letter to young people
Hector the Hacker: a lesson in real life
Dirk: a story about how to present faith to those who think they are against it
It Didn't Happen (but tells the truth): A story about life in heaven
They Didn't Know: that this is what they would find in heaven