A Tale of Two Stories

     It's an old adage that there are two sides to every coin. I would go a step beyond what that phrase implies to say there is one story but two narratives. There is the protagonist's take and the antagonist's take. If you want to be technical you could say there is a different narrative... Continue Reading →

What’s So Great About Heaven?

“The creatures came rushing on…as they came right up to Aslan one or other of two things happened to each of them. They all looked straight in his face…when some looked, the expression…was fear and hatred…all the creatures who looked at Aslan in that way swerved to their right, his left, and disappeared into his... Continue Reading →

The Case for a New View

  Today I watched the movie The Case for Christ. I won’t go into how I felt about the movie itself or even the arguments it presented, except one which really spoke to me, though probably at tangent from what the movie was intended. At one point Lee Strobel travels all the way from Chicago... Continue Reading →

A Little History

  for Culturally-illiterate Science Reporters, Ancient Canaanite DNA Yields Occasion to Slap the Bible Around I promise I’ll address the article I’ve linked to above in a moment, but first let me digress to talk about an incident from my time as an undergraduate in a sophomore history class.  The course was specifically Mediterranean history... Continue Reading →

More Than We Realize

  One of my favorite lighter moments in the otherwise gritty movie The Dark Knight is when Lucius Fox lets accountant Coleman Reese into his office to discuss Mr. Reese's financial findings, during which Reese implies Bruce Wayne is Batman and tries to blackmail Lucius.  The dialogue ended like this: Lucius Fox: [to Reese] Let... Continue Reading →

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