Originally published August 8, 2015 Faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1 I’ve been involvedRead More
An interesting piece, debunking the historical existence of Jesus of Nazareth is making the rounds, to be embraced by atheists. These are the sameRead More
“…Theocracy is the worst of all governments. If we must have a tyrant a robber barron is far better than an inquisitor. The baron’sRead More
I’m not a strong advocate for sex outside of marriage. I am certainly no advocate for adultery, which I think is wrong. It’s oneRead More
Strange how we have reactions to people. Have you ever done a Google search for images of people, only to have that person almostRead More
Fire and Ice Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I’ve tasted of desire I hold withRead More
There are group of nuns who are really really really ticked with Mitt Romney. Democrats for Sale hits the story, quite well. It exemplifiesRead More
“Christ died for men precisely because men are not worth dying for; to make them worth it.” C. S. Lewis On Saturday, in aRead More
The following is an excerpt (I hope) from a book I am writing.
A decade ago one, on January 14, 2000, I experienced one of the worst moments of my life. Not only did the person I planned to marry do everything he could to hurt me, in the process he destroyed my sense of well-being and who I am.
January is a rough month. It seems to me that bad things just plain old happen in January. Wyatt Earp died in January – 1929. The space shuttle Challenger exploded in January – 1986. The Apollo 1 fire killed 3 astronauts – 1967. The space shuttle Columbia broke up in re-entry (okay it was February 1) – 2003. The worst baseball trades happen in January. It is cold. You have all those bills to pay. And life is generally miserable.
January, 2000 brought one of the worst experiences of my life. It also brought one of the most remarkable and spiritually awakening moments of my life. I learned the power of praise when the big things in life are bad.Read More
On November 17, 2007, The Very Reverend Kirk Smith, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona put Endicott Peabody on the road to EpiscopalianRead More
C. S. Lewis once wrote in Mere Christianity: One reason why many people find Creative Evolution so attractive is that it gives one muchRead More
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24 Little Joe is locked in my bedroom with a cat trap and a can of Fancy Feast salmon. I have littleRead More