Category Archives: Faith

Jim Carrey, and the The Clutch That Is Killing Us

In the process of writing a book that draws from my own childhood experiences, I’ve been forced to try to relive the technical and informational limitations that define well over half the reason it’s worth using as the setting/plot/backdrop of … Continue reading

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In which I Plagiarize My Own Review of “What Our Eyes Have Witnessed,” By Stant Litore–from Five Years ago

Note:  This is a review I wrote a long time ago, about a book I absolutely love.  I decided not to re-blog it, because the editions (and subsequent book covers) have changed. I also post this because my Facebook page … Continue reading

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Jonny Lang’s “Signs” rolls out like thunder

I can’t exactly figure out why Jonny Lang is the recipient of complaints that he needs to “get back to the blues.”  He never left it. He did manage to leave the randier, entendre-ridden traditions of the blues with his … Continue reading

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In which I blatantly borrow my own Amazon review of Erwin McManus’ “The Last Arrow” and post it here.

Three years ago, when I was 47 and contemplating the horizon of my fifth decade on the planet, I had an introspective fit–the kind that proves that encroaching mortality starts to get in your head. Yet, I’m not sure that … Continue reading

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And now–yet another project in the works

When i decided on the moniker for this blog, it wasn’t exactly a task rendered under flippant conditions. Even if the title, “Master of None” seems as if it comes out of the same comedic genepool of,”are you working hard, … Continue reading

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With Apologies To Dickens

In 2002, I published what is to date, my only book.  Don’t get excited, I didn’t get all hyfie in the ISBN numbering anteroom, I just self-published. I could tell you all about that 22-page manuscript, that, while not some … Continue reading

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No really. I’m still here. I’m just here in Portuguese

I could try to take you down every single emotional, situational and logistical rabbit-hole that’s slightly derailed my writing, but I won’t. Here’s the problem with being me: Me. In fact, I named the blog something that was a subtle … Continue reading

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Oficina G3, Petra, and getting viewed 30,000 times

In case the backstory here is a bit muddy, let me give you a bit of my history. When I was a teenager, growing up in a church, and a Christian school, this was my favorite record: Not of This … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Chesterton and the Necessity of Orthodoxy

“It [the Faith] was supposed to have been withered up at last in the dry light of the Age of Reason; it was supposed to have disappeared ultimately in the earthquake of the Age of Revolution.  Science explained it away; … Continue reading

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Overview: The Hiding Place, Corrie Ten Boom

I have to admit.  I’ll never be a film maker with the chops that allowed Spielberg to channel Lincoln, but if I was, this book would be the first adaptation I would make.  And with fear and trembling I would … Continue reading

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