On today's episode, Erin and Amanda speak with Timothy L. Price, editor and illustrator of the new adaptation of Labyrinth of the World and Paradise of the Heart. A Christian allegory written 55 years prior to and heavily inspiring Pilgrim’s Progress, it remains virtually unknown to English readers. Listen as Tim introduces us not only to this fascinating story but also to author John Amos Comenius, a philosopher, theologian, pastor, father, and mentor and considered by many as the father of modern education.
Find Labyrinth of the World and Paradise of the Heart at Timothy Price's website, https://www.labyrinthoftheworld.com/
Also available in hardcover, audiobook and Kindle edition at Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Labyrinth-World-Paradise-Heart/dp/1737235307/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1653266295&sr=8-1)
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Timothy L. Price is a leading thinker in the realm of Church-State relations having studied and researched more than 100 titles on the subject and having written smaller works concerning it for the last 25 years. He was raised in Nebraska in a middle-class, blue-collar family, Timothy L. Price worked in manufacturing, sales, and industry for 30 years. He grew up in an environment of religious conservative Evangelical thought.
Price started writing pamphlets in the 1990s dealing with various issues he found within his religious upbringing that either did not make sense or that were hypocritical. By 2005, Price coalesced his understanding in a landmark book titled The Diluted Church, Calling Believers to Live out of Their True Heritage.
Price’s work is concentrated on the kingdom of God amongst the kingdoms of men, a more respectful way of living with others dissimilar to one’s self. Ambassadorship is the key value behind his writing and perspective.
Price is active in social media. He can be found on LinkedIn, Academia.edu, Facebook, and YouTube. He has two grown children, a granddaughter, and is now retired with his wife of 33 years in Kearney, NE. In retirement, he will be publishing several works he has spent the last 17 years working on.