I found some old collected daily calendar Einstein quotes that rang true to me recently. Enjoy… I think that a man’s moral worth is not measured by what his religious beliefs are, but rather by what emotional impulses he has received from nature. To sister Margarit Goelmer, Feb 1955 One cannot help but be in […]
Immediately following the 2016 US presidential election, the very last place I wanted to go to for comfort was my church. I’m not alone in this. I attend a fairly-conservative, mostly-white Republican Evangelical church in a similarly populated town. As a registered Democrat, I suddenly felt politically and ideologically “naked” among my fellow parishioners like […]
Julie posted a response to my review of Gran Torino and I began writing a response. But the comment became too big, so I turned it into a full post. Let the discussion begin!
For my church choir’s annual Christmas concert two weeks ago, one of the solos was a piece from Bernstein’s Mass, titled “Hymn and Psalm: A Simple Song.” It’s a very modern sounding song, not at all like traditional requiem masses. At times, it was very dissonant and haunting, other times similar to big band Broadway. […]
Hey bloggers, I was given a cool opportunity to contribute to the blog Christians for Biblical Equality. It’s an organization that Sarah and I support. They are active in promoting equality between the sexes from a Christian perspective. This weekend, Sarah and I are attending an international conference in Denver and I’ll be posting about […]
It’s hard to imagine contentedness before it finds you. Find a good spouse, you find a good life; and even more: the favor of God! — Proverbs 18:22 (The Message)
What happens when the primetime slot erodes, giving way to a new generation of media content consumers? I’m referring to the video iPods, the Sony PlayStation Portables, and other such video on-demand players.
I got this question from an internet friend, Ciera, and it makes a good post.