The Solution

Several years ago, on a vacation with our family, a friend of mine named Heath pulled out a 3x3x3 puzzle cube. He had learned to solve it and was working on getting faster. I was instantly interested, having spent much time trying to figure out how to solve the original Rubik's cube when it came... Continue Reading →

Myths of a Mean God

In the beloved Christmas movie Home Alone, eight-year-old Kevin believes a rumor that a neighbor, Old Man Marley, is mean and cruel and might even have killed people. So during much of the movie, Kevin avoids Marley, and runs away when he finds himself too close to the old man. But by the end of the... Continue Reading →

Beware Burning Bridges

Debates on sexual morality in our culture happen frequently these days in the news and on social media. I usually tend to steer clear of such debates, not because sexual morality is unimportant, but because there is almost nothing to gain by throwing in my opinion into a hot mess of entrenched opinions. That usually... Continue Reading →

One with the One and Only

On the day that it was released, I took my son and his friend to a see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. I was as excited as they were. I've been a Star Wars fan ever since the first movie, and so I thoroughly enjoyed all the connections that Rogue One had with the original story.... Continue Reading →

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