As another year draws to a close, it occurs to me that planning boils down in the end to a series of Yes and No answers to various and multitudinous questions.
Paul writes in Ephesians 6:12 that we do indeed wrestle against rulers, authorities, cosmic powers, and the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places. And perhaps these are them.
Polybius being a Greek in Rome, his going to such lengths to chronicle the rise of Rome and the fall of the Greeks itself tells how important these things were to both peoples.
Answering what the goal of the podcast is, and how talking about my new desk or vasectomies relates, the admonition our Lord gives in the gospels is at the fore of my attentions.
The more I study both Church History and current trends, the more unusual, superficial, and disproportionate the ideal of Christian Unity as it’s been presented in my experience seems.
A recurring theme of Gavin Ortlund’s ‘Finding the Right Hills to Die On’ is the effect of doctrinal concerns. Not principally theological, but practical questions are asked here.
Given the importance of relationships to a happy, healthy, holy life, we do well to grapple with what to do when various relationships in life present competing claims.
The divorce rate is going down because fewer young people are getting married to begin with. And those young people who are getting married are doing so a fair bit later in life.
A deep-dive into the nature of purpose and belonging and what it means to be human is here in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, particularly in its latest entry.
On the first day of the New Year, I finished copying notes on the year now past from Lauren’s and my Ink+Volt personal organizers. The finished Word document contains 11,008-words and is 29-pages long.