Waiting for Justice

Waiting for Justice I’ve lately been feeling a tension from two realities. First, I have felt the groan of injustice in the world. The imbalance of justice which waits...

Civil Discourse
Vol. 1, Issue 2.3

Something for Pleasure An old one but a song I keep coming back to: Atoms for Peace, Ingenue. Hypnotic rhythm, soothing vocals, a very satisfying track on the whole:...

Civil Discourse
Vol. 1, Issue 2.2

Something to Pray For Ireland has voted 66.4% (or 42.5% of the total voting population) in favor of repealing constitutional provisions prohibiting abortion. This hauntingly poetic article responds...

Civil Discourse
Vol. 1, Issue 2.1

Note: I may start releasing these in parts rather than releasing all at once. Makes it easier to collect and publish as we go. Enjoy! Something to Ponder This...

Civil Discourse
Vol. 1, Issue 1

Welcome to the series Civil Discourse. The goal of this series is to stimulate conversation around public thought, news, the Bible and whatever else comes to mind. This is the...

A Thought Project

I had an idea to put together a list of eclectic things that strike me as interesting, thought-provoking or enjoyable that I’d like to share with minimal comment, asking for...

God Displaying God

It is a proper and excellent thing for infinite glory to shine forth; and for the same reason, it is proper that the shining forth of God’s glory should...

I Need The Gospel

My heart is so heavy to see how easily people divide over issues like guns and gun control. Guns cannot save you or those around you from death. Gun control...

Seminary Is A Lot Of Work

Second semester is in full swing and it’s been good so far. The workload is a bit off-balance right now, but I’m making do and it’ll...

Psalm 3

Psalm 3 A short Psalm, this one plays out in four stanzas: 1-2: The Problem: David is under attack. 3-4: The Solution: God is his shield, the one...