I believe in God, the Father Almighty, the Maker of heaven and earth and of all things visible and invisible. Continue reading
Category Archives: Religion/Philosophy
My wife is writing an essay on the topic of increasing the relevance of classical orchestra music to modern audiences, and I had an idea of my own: orchestral scoreboards. Read more for details and an explanation of why this … Continue reading
I just finished reading The Discipling of Mytra, a “Christian sci-fi” novel by Rich Coffeen. My campus minister thought I might find it interesting (he was aware of it because the author is a pastor in the PCA denomination), and … Continue reading
I wanted to amend my earlier post on iPhone Bible apps, and plug the following app, which is a custom reader for the popular ESV translation. The interface is very nice, providing full searching and cross-reference/footnote capabilities, and it also … Continue reading
I am in the process of creating a graph of English Bible versions, plotted beside a timeline, with ancestor/revision links and detailed information about each version. I did the research myself, adding the information to a spreadsheet. I then saved … Continue reading
A friend of mine posted the following question as a note on Facebook: “Are faith and reason completely unrelated?” I felt I needed to let off a bit of steam regarding this topic, but rather than start a Facebook flame … Continue reading
And now back to your regularly scheduled programming… I would apologize for the lengthy interruption, but I’m actually not at all sorry. I’m sure you’ll hear more about thunder and lightning in the future, but for now I figure I’d … Continue reading
In a discussion group I’m in, we’ve been discussing the controversial book/film “The Secret.” The gist of the “secret” is the “law of attraction“–the idea that we can shape reality by purposefully focusing our thoughts. When the topic was initially … Continue reading
Today I was reading random news stories on Digg and I came across this transcript of two chat bots (Alice and Jabberwocky). It was only mildly amusing, until I got to this bit of the conversation.
Happy Easter, folks. It’s 6:30 in the morning (the sunrise service is at 7) and thus I’m not quite coherent enough to leave a more inspirational message, so I’ll leave it at that. Have a blessed holiday!