Declaration of…

In the late 18th century, a colonist began writing a manuscript that summarized the political unrest of his time. He produced a startling declaration read aloud in a political hall in Philadelphia: When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them withContinue reading “Declaration of…”

JK Rowling’s agency refuses to bow to pressure

JK Rowling’s agency has refused demands to issue a public statement in support of transgenderism after recent comments on the issue by the Harry Potter author. Authors Fox Fisher, Drew Davies and Ugla Stefanía Kristjönudóttir, also known as Owl Fisher, have now quit the Blair Partnership, which represents Rowling. They said in a joint statement on Medium that they had reachedContinue reading “JK Rowling’s agency refuses to bow to pressure”

Learning to Love the Local Church

I’m not athletic. I’m not competitive. I don’t like to sweat. I have trouble remembering the rules of games. The only organized sport on my life’s résumé is two years of collegiate synchronized swimming — a singular exception that only proves the rule. But for someone who doesn’t like sporting events, I end up watchingContinue reading “Learning to Love the Local Church”

I Miss the Ordinary the Most

Recent conversations with other Christians have shown that I’m not alone in carrying an unusual level of stress, fear, and anxiety. These are uncertain days and many of us are struggling through them in various ways. Some are feeling this struggle as a heavy emotional weight, some are feeling it as despondency or listlessness, someContinue reading “I Miss the Ordinary the Most”