I just finished grading my last final exam. Another semester officially in the books. And now it is time to turn my attention to other, more festive thoughts. Like the end of the world. I hate to be the Christmas Shoes to your Wonderful Christmastime, but it's true. It might be zombies, or slaughterbots, or zombie … Continue reading what’s more annoying than the end of the world?
In a previous post I addressed the question: Can a person be good without God? By "good" I mean a status or condition of wholeness and healing. The gospel and universal experience compels an answer of "no." A person cannot be made good without God. The best we can get is an approximation or temporary goodness. … Continue reading do good without god?
My wife absolutely loves the Hallmark Channel - especially around Christmas. Starting around August 12, it's all Christmas all the time on Hallmark, and shortly thereafter my DVR will start filling up with a seemingly endless parade of movies celebrating the spirit of the season with provocative titles like "My Christmas Dream," "A Dream of … Continue reading the surprising price of atheism
It's 9:19. 19 minutes past bedtime. 19 minutes into daddy time. But still she won't calm down. Something had her wound up tonight; excited, slaphappy, crazy, adorable. I don't know what. My mind is in another place, occupied with strategies to get the seven-year-old to finally lay down. Maybe laying down in her bed will … Continue reading a love observed