"The Twins" from a collection called "The Playroom" by artist John Hobin.
I have a great idea for a hands free electronic book holder and I have submitted it to a product development community called Quirky. Sales of Electronic book readers continue to grow and accessories for these devices are going to be big sellers. My pitch has reached the evaluation phase at Quirky.com and is being … Continue reading Help My Product Idea Pitch
If you haven't seen Star Wars then you should probably just skip this post.
"We're either building our lives on the reality of what God is really like and what He's about or we're basing our lives on our own imagination and misconceptions." We are all Theologians.
I started back to school last week and this semester I am taking my last two first year courses: World of the New Testament and the big one: Systematic Theology. I have been half dreading this course since I started taking this degree and I am not quite sure why. Perhaps because it has two … Continue reading He Makes Himself Known
Theologian Karl Barth famously observed that a Christian ought to be a student of the world, 'with a Bible in one hand and a newspaper in the other.' With that in mind, consider the challenge of being a Christ-following media consumer today. If you are forty or less, chances are you spend way more time … Continue reading Jesus and Katy Perry
When ever I travel in the southern US my accent usually precedes me and I have to explain what I am doing so far from home. "I know someone from Canada! Do you know ______." I hate saying yes to that question. I hate supporting the idea that Canada is this one little village and … Continue reading I hate it when that happens
Being on-time for a flight stresses me out so missing a flight altogether must be a killer. I've never missed a flight (yet) but I can't imagine what that would be like. I guess once you've missed a flight you would get used to it. Why did they not come up with a Fisher Price … Continue reading Random Observations By An Occasional Air Traveller
I heard a story in one of Leonard Sweet's Napkin Scribbles this week about Tommy Lasorda's Hall of Fame induction speech in 1997 when he tells this story: Let me tell you how bad I wanted to win a few years ago we went into Cincinnati to play a big 3-game series against the Big … Continue reading Burning Books and Blowing Out Candles
I was disappointed today to read that Stephen Hawking was quoted as saying that, “The universe not created by God” but I am not disappointed for the reasons that you might think. The foremost reason is that this is a misquote. He is sure to be misquoted like this repeatedly over the next few weeks … Continue reading "There Doesn't Have To Be A God"