Before reading this, please know that it is awkward and simplistic. I hate the voice and I don’t believe that… Read more The Nature of the Feast: First Meditation on Manna
A lot of people have a hard time understanding the severe punishments required by the Old Testament law. Isn’t it… Read more Why Capital Punishment, Ever?
Some (few) researchers have worked on making a new model to rival the contemporary cosmology and while their work is… Read more The Fossil Record of Creation, Etched in Light: A Summary of “Starlight, Time and the New Physics” by John Hartnett
As an early birthday present my parents took me downtown today to see Phantom of the Opera. I was not… Read more Instruments of Flesh in a Revolving Wooden World: Thoughts on The Phantom of the Opera
“Not with so much labor, as in the Fables,” Milton said, “is Ceres said to have sought her daughter Proserpina… Read more Through All The Forms and Faces of Things: The Crude Pagan and the Christian Poet
Why does Home Alone make a good Christmas movie? At first glance, it’s a comedic fable about a boy who… Read more Home Alone and American Virtues