Biblical Love in Modern Times

For those of us who are still single, Valentine’s Day can be a particularly sore point in the year. It certainly hurts to see all our friends in love and enjoying themselves while we watch from the sidelines, doing our best to stick it out until it’s all over. In reality, a day intended to […]

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Review: They Shall Not Grow Old

Approximately a century after the WWI armistice was signed on 11 Nov 1918, Peter Jackson directs a documentary masterpiece that commemorates the lives of the often forgotten soldiers who fought on those front lines. They Shall Not Grow Old is composed entirely of film clips provided by the Imperial War Museums depicting British servicemen fighting […]

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The MLK March: A Conservative Perspective

This past Monday, I did something I never thought I would do: attend a liberal march. I normally try and avoid placing myself in situations in which I know everyone present will refuse to see me for any more than my political beliefs. The idea of the legitimacy of marches in general is dubious to […]

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Review: VeggieTales in the House

Those who grew up in a Christian home are likely to be familiar with VeggieTales. It’s hard to forget the clever banter between Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber, not to mention that catchy theme song. Though the first episodes of VeggieTales came out in the early 90s, they still have a strong presence […]

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