chapter 4: hermes reports

Chapter 1: Eros Chapter 2: Ares Chapter 3: Aphrodite If Ares and Aphrodite were just a little reserved in their enthusiasm for the new CEO's agenda (setting aside their parental pride), the same could not be said for Hermes who would be the next to report. There was not a single department head seated at … Continue reading chapter 4: hermes reports

what to do about nashville

In October 1978, about 200 scholars and pastors gathered in Chicago to articulate what would become known as the Chicago Statements on Biblical Inerrancy and Hermeneutics. The CSBI was made in response to growing liberalism in regards to the nature and interpretation of scripture within what we might loosely call evangelicalism. The statement had and … Continue reading what to do about nashville

chapter 3: aphrodite reports

Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Is there anything in existence that so captivates and intoxicates the imagination and the passions as love and war? War, the taker of life and love, the giver - both in their way requiring sacrifice and the obliteration of self. And in this we see the greatest difference between one generation … Continue reading chapter 3: aphrodite reports

chapter 2: ares reports

As former CEO, Ares was the first to offer his report. He was physically the opposite of his son who had succeeded him. He was tall and barrel-chested. Despite his ancient age, he was the picture of strength and vitality. And violence. There was a blood-red tinge in his eyes, that despite his controlled speech … Continue reading chapter 2: ares reports