I have been amazed in this season how many people simply believe their feelings are the greatest determinant of truth. You could read the Bible to them and if they don't like the way it "feels" then it’s a nope for them. Lest you start talking post-Christian culture, I am only talking about self-identifying Christians. … Continue reading A lament for the foolish
I am a middle aged guy in an interracial marriage. Let me say, the world is not colorblind and neither is the church. That's neither good nor bad, it just is. When we had children, I hated that my son was always the only child of color in the room. I hated that the teachings … Continue reading Race is not everything. But it is something.
Listen to what I am saying before you judge me. I really, really want to be a universalist. I think you have to have something wrong with you to desire anyone should go to hell. I hear all the arguments about Christian universalism and they sound so good and loving. They sound like what a … Continue reading The Narrow Door
The Bullet Journal Method — Ryder Carroll I am tired of juggling task lists and brainstorming sessions. I was using Google Keep to keep random lists of things either tasks or ideas. I moved most of my task lists to Google Tasks which I liked but it was not perfect. I use Trello for managing projects and Office … Continue reading 3 Books I am Reading Over the Holidays