Remembering Harper Lee

How many of us first encountered the idea of Atticus and didn’t feel the desire to be him, in some way, or some form? How many of us felt the sting of injustice, but the youthful innocence necessary at the end of an experience? How many of us first learned of the indignity of poverty…

The S.I.N. Problem

“The movement called Christianity cannot be understood apart from the Jewish concept of shalom. The Christian gospel does not call people to give their mental assent to a certain list of correct propositions, nor does it provide its adherents with a password that will gain them disembodied bliss when they die and the pleasure of…

Visiting With the Anarcho-Capitalists

From time to time, I enjoy sharing my experiences with my readers. Stories of success, failure, evangelism, witness, satire, and now an experience of a very political nature. Now I’m going to warn you. This story flows from a transitory free spirit to the legendary Ron Paul. In other words, I was able to visit…