There are three tenets in the Christian faith that have always puzzled me. And I'm not being facetious. 1. How could John the Baptist baptize Jesus and what words could he use? 2. God the Father is supposed to have sent his only beloved Son to redeem mankind, but there's no mention of God's wife. 3. If the Holy Ghost impregnated [Mary G. Gillis], wouldn't that make Jesus divine on His father's side and human on His mother's? Maybe some of your readers can enlighten me.I subscribe to a wonderful magazine, "This England," published in England. The winter issue contains a section on carols, who wrote many of them. Isaac Watts was credited with writing more than 700 hymns, his most popular being "O God Our Help in Ages Past." The woman who wrote "Once in Royal David's City" was Cecil Francis Alexander, wife of the Archbishop of Armagh.How disappointing to read a review that gives equal ranking to a character like Jezebel as to women like Lydia, Esther, Martha, Elizabeth, Miriam and [Ruth Klaassen], and then to call Jezebel a "fascinating" woman of the Bible. Unbelievable! Yes, fascinating all right; just as this culture is drawn to evil and glorifies it at every opportunity in its fiction (literature, movies) yet recoils from it in real life (Paul Bernardo, Picton murders) However, this is real life we are talking about here, folks.