How To Be Friends Without The Sex

Despite what people think, being an introvert does not mean I'm antisocial. I love a good, rich, deep conversation with one or two people. The other night, I got that with an old friend I'll call E. We talked about literature, media's impact on society, relationships, and our personal items in a two-hour Skype chat. … Continue reading How To Be Friends Without The Sex

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Why Christians Should Care About the Climate Change Discussion

I imagine I just got two reactions to that title: SIDE A: Yeah, Christians should kick Trump out of office and jump back into the Paris Agreement and punch those money-hungry corporate cutthroats in the junk! SIDE B: Yeah, Christians should knock down this pseudo-science and call the power of Jesus down on people who … Continue reading Why Christians Should Care About the Climate Change Discussion

75 YOF: John Wayne, North Dakota, and Casual Racism (The Searchers-1956)

Sometimes, I feel like I'm living in a western movie. White men in North Dakota are trying to spread west, but run into Indian opposition. Terrified of the "red man," they paint him as the enemy, the great obstacle of progress. But at least westerns had the decency to make the Indians murderous villains, not quiet … Continue reading 75 YOF: John Wayne, North Dakota, and Casual Racism (The Searchers-1956)

10 Political Phrases Christians Need to Stop Using

I don't think Christians see how much is at stake this election season. They're so worried about abortion, immigrants, and their own rights that they've stopped thinking about their witness. They're sacrificing any future victories to gain this one. Christians are losing what credibility they have not because of who's in office, but because of how they … Continue reading 10 Political Phrases Christians Need to Stop Using