June 21st is world music day and that gives me the excuse I needed to say something about Bach. In April 2009, British atheist, A.N. Wilson (Author of Dante in Love and the Lampitt Chronicles) shocked the world by announcing that he was returning to Christianity. When asked in … [Read more...] about Music to My Ears
Just a Thought
For better or worse, sometimes I only have a single, unqualified thought. This seemed as good a place as any to drop off some shareable quotes, poetry and a nuisance idea for those who need a shot.
A fading beauty steps into a hip city cafe. Her brow filled with botox, eyes and lips coated in Monsanto's finest. Her hair and nails look and feel like nothing found on earth. She checks with the waiter (twice), “Is the tofu organic? Is the chicken steroid free?” Why? Because … [Read more...] about Authentic
It is a common question that stumps many. “What about that innocent man or woman living in the deepest darkest jungle who has never heard about Jesus or God or the Bible: Will this man go to heaven? It's a great question and my answer would be yes. No doubt about it. That man … [Read more...] about Our Sneaking Suspicion
The joy of the Lord is our strength; and laughter, as the wise man said, is the best medicine. This may go a long way to explaining why western culture has become so weak and sick. In his book, A Study of History, Historian Arnold Toynbee studied 28 great civilizations … [Read more...] about When the Laughter Dies
This time of year always brings a flurry of faith flicks on which to spend our hard-earned frog skins. As one Hollywood Producer said regarding our Easter festivities, “There's an untapped and profitable market here.” Profiteering from religion aside for the moment, what … [Read more...] about Faith Flicks and Frog Skins