The older I get, the more I forget how I’d always felt I was on a different page from everyone else. Who are my people? I’m so ungettable that people won’t even acknowledge that they don’t get me. Eh, it’s … Continue reading Love, Faith, and Intellect: Story of My (Rainy) Weekend
My advancement document is going well, and I find myself better at explaining my research more than ever. As I think about all the stories I have to tell from this past year, I’m somewhat unsure of where to start. … Continue reading The Time I Went to Knoxville
Once upon a time, I promised God that if he gave me an interesting life, I’d write about it. Man, I owe God so many blog posts. The goal this summer is to write less descriptively about each story to … Continue reading In Addition to Writing My Advancement Document…
Ok, so I don’t mean to call anyone an idiot; I’m just saying that most of the explanations of faith healings are poorly presented. I mean, these healings happen so much, you’d think that someone would be documenting them better. … Continue reading Healed by Faith, Explained by Idiots
More-so before, my labmates and I would watch television, after some meal that I’d prepared. Usually, we’d try to catch John Stewart and Stephen Colbert, which comes on at 11:00 pm. Sometimes, we’d have nothing to watch and be forced to flip through the channels, while we all just browsed the web on laptops in my living room.
It feels as if the History channel would be fitting for such a well knowledge group, but, as we’ve all observed, this channel has transitioned from being about wars and famines to being about ghosts, aliens, and conspiracy theories.
I had another one of those highly contrasting set of events 2 weekends ago: (1) Freedom Summit: “Our goal is to inform and engage the Bay Area in a united fight against the epidemic of human trafficking. Our local response … Continue reading Doing Miracles for God or Doing Miracles with God?