Evangelizing a Content Atheist

As much as I chide the evangelizing atheist who’s too anti-religion to realize he’s petitioning for religion more than he’s undermining it, I am concerned about my level of passivity towards those who aren’t Christian. Christianity requires that Christians let others know about Christ and the beliefs so that people have the opportunity to become … Continue reading

Racist Television?

There’s an old email forward that declares the woes of being white and how unfair it is that minorities get such special privileges, like the cable television channel Black Entertainment Television [BET]. The email insists that if there was racial equality, and not “reverse racism”, then black people would not have their own cable network, … Continue reading

State of the Union: It’s Complicated.

I watched the President’s State of the Union Address like I always do. I watched all of George W. Bush’s State of the Union Addresses, as much as they hurt to both listen to the disjointed speaking and the disagreeable talking points. The fact is that this is my country, I’m interested in what the … Continue reading

Torquemada

Victor Hugo wrote in the better part of the 19th century. He was prolific in Romanticism and ahead of his time for Realism. The balance of his unique dual perspective sharpened a blade that cut through modern religion, even when his novels were medievalist. Mind you, the Roman Catholic Church, of which Hugo was a … Continue reading