Titanic: Facts and Faith is a labor of inspiration. Like millions of others, I am a Titanic enthusiast. As a Christian, I see many spiritual insights in the story of the Titanic and know that people can glean a lot from the story.
Written like a graphic novel, the dramatic history of the Titanic is told with a good deal of introspection about the dangers of being distracted in life. The story of the Titanic is about life and death. Titanic: Facts and Faith is about existence on the other side: the side after death.
We are all on the Titanic of life. Our own iceberg awaits us. It's not a question of if but when it will strike. What then?
While we should not hasten the end of our lives, we should get to the point where our own biological death does not create sheer panic. When biological life is over, what do we see then?
We should live life between the tension of living and enjoying our life; we also should look with eager expectation at the life to come. To focus on only one and not the other is not balanced.
This book is also about self-improvement. God is just a prayer away. God does not have to race across the universe when you call his name. He is already with you. He is an ever-present help in a time of need. Remember the words ever present.
So read and enjoy with your guard down. God may speak to your heart and mind a little while you read.