Curiosity killed the cat, but it could save the human

Recently I shared some thoughts on Facebook with a friend whose political views differ from mine. Reading back through the thread hours later, I noticed something missing from our conversation: I hadn’t asked my friend a single question. Words used were kind, but I was laser-focused on giving my two cents and a dollar bill… Continue reading Curiosity killed the cat, but it could save the human

Flipping the script: The Case for Christ movie

Even in disbelief you take a leap of faith. So says Ray Nelson, the fictional atheist-confidant of Lee Strobel in the movie, The Case for Christ. I finally watched this movie when I had a few hours to myself. As far as movies go, I thought the film was entertaining. The acting was a little… Continue reading Flipping the script: The Case for Christ movie

The rumour going round the shop

To kick off a new lecture topic, my squirrely Dustin Hoffman-esque Religion and the Arts professor once declared, “Art is a vehicle for the numinous.” Anyone else think that phrase is oddly profound? Numinous is defined as “having a strong religious or spiritual quality, indicating the presence of a divinity.” So what my professor advocated… Continue reading The rumour going round the shop

Real superpowers you might not have heard of

As a Christian, do you know you have superpowers? We’ve been taught all our lives that we’re part of one body, the body of Christ. Did you know that God planted specific, identifiable gifts within each of us meant for the benefit of others, connecting us to each other in a concrete way that supports… Continue reading Real superpowers you might not have heard of