Seriously, Y’all?

Okay, the dialogue about the Syrian refugee crisis has gotten way out of hand. Is a country that was founded by immigrants, some of whom were fleeing sectarian violence and persecution, seriously debating whether or not to accept people fleeing from sectarian violence and persecution? I would think that this is a no-brainer, but obviously not. […]

Another Brick in the Wall?

With the upcoming debate between everyone’s favorite Science Guy, Bill Nye and Young Earth guru, Ken Ham, I thought I’d do a post about the whole creationism vs evolution brouhaha. Originally, I wanted to say “I thought I’d do a post focusing on the whack-jobiness of the creationist side of the debate”, but that belies […]

The Art of Manliness

Yesterday, I wrote about Mark Driscoll’s “Act Like a Man” conference. Now, whenever I write something,  I always include a picture related to the subject of the article and yesterday was no exception. In looking for that perfect picture, I came across a few that showed me just how skewed our ideas of manliness and […]

A New Series: Compassion Counts

For the third part in this series about how Jesus changed the world, we’re talking about compassion. To begin with, let’s get a definition of the word. According to Dictionary.com, compassion is “a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is stricken by misfortune, accompanied by a strong desire to alleviate the suffering.” Deep sympathy […]