The year was 1826. The day: July 4th. Exactly 50 years, to the day, since the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The people of the United States of America were celebrating their young country’s 50th birthday. At the same time, about 500 miles apart from each other, two men lay on their death bed. … More History: Is It Boring?
Here are the 6 books I’ve read in 2020 with ratings, reviews and recommendations … More 6 Books I’ve Read So Far This Year
I am writing today to address the ‘Reckless Love’ controversy. I understand this controversy can be a major source of drama for many Christians, and I don’t want to ruffle any feathers… but here we go. If you’re unfamiliar with the controversy, here are the essentials: In 2017, Cory Asbury released a worship song titled … More The Reckless Love Controversy Matters
A review of the 1985 film “Witness” … More Witness a Couple Good Scenes
A review of the 1939 film “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” … More An Underdog Story that Stands the Test of Time
The one in which I rank all of James Taylor’s studio albums … More Best James Taylor Albums, Ranked
I know that not all people these days can stomach a slow-moving film based around a guy looking out of his window for 2 hours … More 3 Hitchcock Movies for the Modern Viewer
I guess I don’t have nearly as much self-control as other people. They don’t set limits on their phone, computer or social media use, yet they all seem to be normally functioning human beings. Why is it so hard for me? Why is it just me? Maybe I ride too much in the middle. Maybe … More The Internet Gives Me ADD