The majority of my blog posts are non-fiction, with the occasional poem thrown in from time to time, but I rarely exhibit any of my fiction. I’ve completed one work of fiction and have been trying to gain some traction with another one, with little success (I’m hoping this post might spur me on a … Continue reading A Taste of My Fiction: The Dehumanizing Effect of Sexual Fantasy
One of the main reasons that I started this blog was to help me slow down and process the wide variety of books I was reading. I find that writing is an essential part of the learning process and have found many times where my views have changed as I write about a topic that … Continue reading Why You Should Read “Moby Dick”
They sat outside the coffee shop together in a moment of silence, bright street lights lined their outdoor seating area, this was their spot, this is where he’d made that decision three years ago, this is where he was now questioning it. There was a good looking couple nearby, talking sweet things to each other, … Continue reading A Short Story: Can you say it?
Over the last few years there has been a growing movement that encourages Christians to deconstruct their faith, essentially with the process not allowing for one wall of belief to stand tall and to be sure that not even that stubborn foundation of belief remains! Only at that point can the “Christian” (perhaps De-Christian would … Continue reading C.S. Lewis and Faith Deconstruction
The more I study the literary aspects of the Bible the more I am amazed by the fact that I never stop being amazed. Often the human writers of the Bible are portrayed as ignorant and unskilled men, but I simply cannot come to that conclusion as they constantly display a remarkable ability to work … Continue reading Beautiful Connections in the Bible