I've been doing some soul searching...... rocket and mortar attacks tend to do that to a person. A co-worker here handed me a dvd copy based on the book by Timothy Keller, "The Prodigal God - Recovering the Heart of the Christian Faith." I recommend this to anyone interested in better understanding their relationship with God and Jesus Christ. As Latter Day Saints I think we have a tendency to dismiss insight from other faithful Christians - and I mean this as lay members, because I don't know of anyone quoted by leaders in the LDS church more than the writers of the Book of Mormon than C.S. Lewis. The Prodigal God was very insightful and I was touched by the spirit as some of the truths of the parable of the Prodigal son were expounded upon by Timothy Keller. It's pretty obvious that the younger son in the parable gave his life to "riotous living" and was therefore separated from his father - "God", but what was insightful was how the elder brother in the parable was also separated from God in that he was more concerned about his inheritence being squandered on his lost and found brother, than he was about his brother's welfare. How many of us as Christians behave as the elder brother?