A Generous Orthodoxy

My friend, Jake Decker, recommended the exceptional Revisionist History podcast to me a while back. I listened to a couple of episodes and then lost track (I still struggle with the whole podcast thing). But I recently picked the show back up and listened to the entirety of the first season in a matter of… Continue reading A Generous Orthodoxy

The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil

Yeah, yeah, yeah…I know. I’m boring you with all my blogs lately. Too “deep.” Too “thinky.” Too “much hot air, like a leaky balloon.” I get it.┬áBut it’s how I’m wired, man. This morning, I can’t stop thinking about the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. In fact, everything that I’m ready or… Continue reading The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil

When Hell Is Not Good Enough

I have to confess, I didn’t keep up with the Casey Anthony trial at all. Not a bit. I knew it was going on, but the details of the proceedings were lost on me. So when I sat down at my computer last night, it took me a minute to figure out what in the… Continue reading When Hell Is Not Good Enough