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How Not to be a Foolish Virgin

One of the most vexing parables recorded in the New Testament is the Parable of the Ten Virgins. Found in Matthew 25 and given as the answer to eschatological questions from the disciples, Jesus states: “At that time the kingdom of heaven will be like ten virgins who took their lamps and went out to meet the… Continue reading How Not to be a Foolish Virgin

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Words Have Power

One of my core childhood memories starts in my dad’s home office. He was working on something on the computer and really only paying half attention to me. I was complaining about something and I don’t recall exactly what pessimistic thing I said, what prediction of doom my 10 year old brain shared, but it… Continue reading Words Have Power

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Take off Your Tinfoil Hats, Please. (From the archives)

Author’s note: this blog post was written in 2018 and has since been languishing in my unpublished drafts. Hey, everyone, I have a truth bomb for you. Ready? Okay here it goes… No one is trying to control you. No I’m not speaking from standpoint of naivety. I know there are bad people in the… Continue reading Take off Your Tinfoil Hats, Please. (From the archives)

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United We Stand: We End Mass Shootings Only When We Work Together

I have been in such despair for the past year over the state of our nation. People are at each others throats constantly. People call each other names and it has started to seem like Conservative/Republican vs. Liberal/Democrat has become a battle to the death where only the strong survive. I guess that’s why I… Continue reading United We Stand: We End Mass Shootings Only When We Work Together