I had a dream where I was playing in the yard with my brother and a friend at my house near some apartments. Suddenly a strange electromagnetic storm gathered. The clouds were grey and plump and soon began to shape itself into what looked like a tornado. No funnel cloud developed, but I could see […]Read more "Time dream"
I envy you. Truly I do. I’m envious because you can simply know and feel rightly about homosexuality. Yes, you, the celebrity, who lambastes opponents on their bigotry. Yes, you, the pastor or priest, who is spiritually moved to plead for equality in God’s eyes. Yes, you, the activists with emblazoned signs protesting the fire […]Read more "The Christian Pulse"
What comes to mind when you think about Destiny? Perhaps the clip below? It’s an advertisement for the game Destiny. Now I know that not all of you are gamers, so the clip below might not resonate with you. But as a gamer, let me tell you a few things. I’ve been playing since about […]Read more "Destiny, Back to the Future, Transfiguration, DragonballZ, Extravaganza"
So yeah….it’s happens a lot. I fall off the blogging wagon, only to get back on. I was at the gym the other day and the desk attendant was studying a picture like this: I immediately recognized the xylem and phloem bundles from plant anatomy class oh so many years ago, but couldn’t remember whether […]Read more "Advent, Christmas, and the End of the Year"
The summer months are upon us, though temperature outside would suggest otherwise. Lately I’ve had an itch to write something on the topic of church, and I think it’s time that I scratched it. These past few months, I have carried out an experiment. Well, not really. It’s not like there were any controls, so […]Read more "Missing Church: Part One"
Originally posted on cultural bread crumbs:
With Summer finally here and a few thunderstorms in the area, I’ve decided to repost this old blog entry on the questions of what a musician does in performing music, and how that relates to the beauty of music itself. Implicitly it also asks about the popularity of cross-genre…
Video Games as art. Another oldie but goodie. With E3 going on and new games on the horizon, I thought this would be an interesting piece to think about. More recently, I’ve been playing Destiny a lot, and I most of what I’ve written hasn’t changed. So. Onto the topic at hand. I’ve been stewing […]Read more "Video Games as Art"