Best Of You

There's a tremendous, oft sadly neglected richness in the English language all of us should use more often. I'm not referring to throwing maximum verbiage around in an effort to appear smart; rather, appreciating how even simple phrases can hold surprising depth. Case in point: someone is getting, or have gotten, the best of you. … Continue reading Best Of You

Satan’s Sheldon Cooper Sin Trap

Sheldon Cooper: The backwash into this glass is every pathogen that calls your mouth "home sweet home." Not to mention the visitors who arrive on the dancing tongue of your subtropical girlfriend. Raj Koothrappali: Hey! That's my sister and my country you're talking about! Leonard may have defiled one, but I won't have you talking … Continue reading Satan’s Sheldon Cooper Sin Trap

What the Bible is & Isn’t Part 3: Noah & Fair Warning

Donna Noble: What time does Vesuvius erupt? When's it due? 10th Doctor: It's 79 AD, twenty third of August, which makes volcano day tomorrow. Donna Noble: Plenty of time. We could get everyone out easy. 10th Doctor: Yeah, except we're not going to. Donna Noble: But that's what you do. You're the Doctor. You save … Continue reading What the Bible is & Isn’t Part 3: Noah & Fair Warning

A Warning from Pope Francis that Obamacare Navigators should heed

People often look at Pope Francis and only see one thing, mercy and forgiveness. Now mercy is a vital message of the Church. Christ's payment for man's sins by his crucifixion makes possible salvation and the Pope is certainly correct in getting the message out inviting all to God forgiveness available to any willing to … Continue reading A Warning from Pope Francis that Obamacare Navigators should heed

Good Friday is good for everybody

Today is Good Friday, the single most important day in Christianity, where Christ takes upon himself all the sins of Humanity. It is significant because this day allows the forgiveness of all sins, from the smallest white lie to the greatest mass murder. The ingredient necessary to request said forgiveness either with perfect contrition or … Continue reading Good Friday is good for everybody