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[read.] Death. Taxes.

Death. Taxes. “And he said: You want to know the secret of death. But how shall you find it unless you seek it in the heart of life?” – Gibran “The Prophet”   I intended to knock out this short article on the “end of physical life,” aka death back in May…early May. Then Ravi…

[read.] Are All Sins the Same?

Are All Sins the Same? It’s very popular for Christians to say, “All Sins are the same.” Maybe you’ve heard your Pastor say that or read it in an article somewhere. Maybe you heard someone on TV say it. These sentiments and opinions are pretty mainstream in many places both among Christians and non-believers alike…

[Read.] Juneteenth 2020

 Juneteenth – 2020 Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.  Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now…

[read.] Album Review: Mr. D. Tunes “Winner Already”

The world of Hip Hop as a whole has changed. The rules or guidelines for a typical Hip-Hop act aren’t followed as closely as they used to. As long as it’s catchy and it makes the people move then it’s a win-win. Normally that model translates into a million singles being released at the same time. Today it’s easy for the average listener to incorrectly connect a single to an artist that the song doesn’t belong to. The paradigm has shifted and it’s hard to tell if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. If that wasn’t tough enough, sprinkle in the Christian Hip Hop community and I’m sure purist would also be stuck in this same conundrum.

[read.] Pardon the Interruption, we are a SportsNation

Pardon the Interruption, we are a SportsNation Yes, we love sports because they are entertaining  (must be, with the North America market pulling in 83.1 BN in revenue in 2019 according to Statista), but what are the deeper reasons? Pardon the Interruption, we are a SportsNation Desperate times call for desperate measures. If I cannot…

[read.] Easter and the Rise of the Online Machine

Easter and the Rise of the Online Machine For the past two years, I have served as a staff pastor at a fairly large church in Atlanta, but previously I worked in a corporate role in Best Buy for a little more than a decade. Easter and the Rise of the Online Machine For the…

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