Addressing Injustice and Evil Through Repentance – Part III

The noted British philosopher, writer, and theologian G.K. Chesterton once remarked that he could not understand why skeptics (religious unbelievers of Christianity) could not understand the doctrine of “Original Sin” (the belief that all human beings are born with an inward disposition toward evil and malicious actions that are called “sins). Chesterton stated that the … Continue reading Addressing Injustice and Evil Through Repentance – Part III

The Interview. Yes, The Interview

[Spoilers ahead. Proceed accordingly.] It was Christmas Day, the gifts were opened, brunch was done, and I have watched The Princess Bride and A Christmas Story enough times I can lip-synch them, but I felt like watching something. Of course, I had to watch The Interview. Mind you, for as long as I can remember, … Continue reading The Interview. Yes, The Interview

Lesser sons of greater great grandfathers

Saruman: "A man of Rohan? What is the house of Rohan but a thatched barn where brigands drink in the reek and rats roll on the floor with the dogs? Victory at helms deep does not belong to you, Théoden, horsemaster! You are a lesser son of greater sires." The Lord of the Rings, The … Continue reading Lesser sons of greater great grandfathers