An exceeding number of evangelical Christians have long crusaded against Evolution Theory solely because it discredits Abrahamic teaching. But is this really the most appropriate doctrinal or theological battleground? It occurs to me today—and I hope to explore the idea in a future post—that Evolution Theory is a greater doctrinal threat to the premise of salvation than it is to scriptural inerrancy. Continue Reading
Good judgment comes from experience which mostly comes from bad judgment. Jason Statham as Arthur Bishop in The Mechanic
Nothing has an uglier look to us than reason, when it’s not on our side. George Savile
Lie number 1 you’re supposed to have it all together, and when they ask how you’re doing just smile and tell them “never better”. Lie number 2 everybody’s life is perfect except yours, so keep your messes and your wounds and your secrets safe with you behind closed doors. Truth be told, the truth is rarely told.
I say I’m fine, yeah I’m fine oh I’m fine, hey I’m fine but I’m not. I’m broken. Continue Reading
“I would rather die as the man I was than live the life I just saw.” Sir Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard, Star Trek TNG S6E15: “Tapestry”
I love that this piece appears in a gender-targeted venue with a largely heteronormative readership. And Philip Ellis sublimely and succinctly lays it out for the reader: “I Feel More Like a Man While Wearing a Dress Than I Ever Did in a Suit. In the end, it’s the same you, just a different piece of fabric.”
If you judge people, you have no time to love them. Mother Mary Teresa Bojaxhiu.