Monthly Archives: December 2017

Make America Read Again: Way Behind Edition

Yeah, I don’t think I’m going to hit my reading goal for the year.  Nevertheless, I still plug away. The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap by Matt Taibbi This book by Rolling Stone columnist Matt … Continue reading

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Mother!- Reviewing Darren Aronofsky’s Latest

In the most recent Darren Aronofsky film, the audience may find itself becoming more empathetic to the wrath of God.  “Mother!” is a head trip of a movie that is contained to a singular house but reaches for grand metaphysical … Continue reading

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Christmas: A Night of Joy and Darkness

In my life, I cannot think of a time when Christmas did not bring me a deep happiness.  I was incredibly fortunate with no family stresses and other drama during the Yuletide season.   Growing up, my mom used to put … Continue reading

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Jesus and Secular Humanism: A Discourse

While coming of age in the 1990s within the realm of conservative Evangelical Christianity, I heard my fair share about the boogeyman.  No, this wasn’t the devil and his henchman although we heard about them too and they are recorded … Continue reading

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