Fig. 1: A refiner’s fire. Do you feel the burn? After an insightful discussion with two friends over burgers, shakes and fries (what other food sparks deep, theological discussions better than a delicious hamburger?), I felt like the focus of my next post (read: this one, that you are currently reading) should be my view […]Read more "Who Started the Refiner’s Fire?"
I think disagreement is essential to the quest for truth, an idea I tried to capture in this poem that I wrote (I think I’ve shared it in other posts, but here it is anyway): A QUEST FOR TRUTH (Originally written to be performed as a beatnik poem, complete with bongo accompaniment) The moonlight breaking […]Read more "Civil Disagreement"
I have loads of questions, which probably isn’t surprising to most of you (especially given my skeptical and curious nature, questions are kind of my life-blood). Sometimes people don’t know how to respond to this, since they associate questions with this negatively connoted idea of a house about to fall or straws being placed on […]Read more "Questions and Progression"