Be Careful With Kisses

Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses. This saying, a proverb, highlights a problem that was happening 2500 years ago and is still happening today: people mis-diagnose relationships. Don’t misunderstand me. I’m not saying that the proverb is a rule about all relationships. To understand the saying, you have to […]

Belated Response to the Declaration of Independence

Dearest Representatives of the united States of America; We have received your letter declaring your absolving of all allegiance to the British Crown and we have a few belated issues. We noticed that your claims consistently made claims to a Supreme Judge, which, by common consent, we can’t deny or support that he-it-or-she exists. Indeed, […]

Should Christians Ever Fear or Be Afraid?

I once got into a discussion with a fellow Christian about some topic. One of us brought up a verse that supposedly proved the point and the conversation was over. Sound familiar? Sure it does. You’ve been there too. Answering the Wrong Way So let me pretend. I’m going to ask a question and answer […]

The Elderly: The Final Solution

ABSTRACT: With a growing population, and thus a negative impact on our resources, I suggest the termination of the senescent, labeled as geripragmus1, under proper stipulations and enforcement. ARTICLE: What has been oft left unstated in our modern day political campaigns especially in regards to the economy and finances is that no small amount of […]