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what I learned at church last week

I’ve been visiting in Abilene and had the opportunity to attend with the Southern Hills congregation last Sunday morning. Around the time the young ones were going to their classes, a little boy who looked to be about 8 or 9 years old came wandering up our aisle. We were all singing, but he was… Read More »


what christians can learn from vampires: an essay

I watched a lot of Buffy the Vampire Slayer during my last semester in college. I wanted to decompress after classes, and I deemed it to be the best thing on television one afternoon around 2 o’clock. That was it. I used to make fun of people who watched that show, too. It just so… Read More »


pollice verso

I still remember my first experience with a horror movie. I think I was six, and we had a vhs claymation movie about prehistoric times. Triceratops and a T-Rex got into it with one another. T-Rex took a chomp out of Triceratops, but Triceratops came back by goring T-Rex’s stomach. There was clay blood. It… Read More »


smells like freedom

My buddy Philip was up later than usual tonight and we were chatting about our usual range of topics (girls, politics, girls, the Bible, girls, food, etc.) This afternoon I received my brand new copy of The Revolution: A Manifesto, by Ron Paul. As Philip and I were talking, I began babbling some of my… Read More »


what’s important?

You may have noticed that I’ve been blogging a lot about the state of our current economic system, frustration with the Federal Reserve, and as Philip calls it, my “Ron Paul man love.” It occurs to me that even if our nation breaks down, even if we enter a world-wide collapse worse than the Great… Read More »