Tonight the moon rose, full and fat and orange. It lingered on the horizon long enough for me to put on shoes and trudge down the dark driveway, accompanied by my faithful, aging black Labrador and youthful orange cat. We … Continue reading
Nature’s beauty, found everywhere. The sun sinking behind coastal rocks.
Book Review: World Upside Down Hmm. This is a book I”m going to have to read. The author, a well-known British agnostic journalist, considers public policy and the ‘state of the world’ since secularism, scientific materialism, and evolution, have moved … Continue reading
Just after sunset. November in Hawaii.
“By wisdom, the Lord laid the earth’s foundations, by understanding, He set the heavens in place.” (Proverbs 3:19).
Someone I care deeply about has determined that atheism holds the answers to what he sees in the world around him. I disagree–strongly–but it’s difficult for me to talk to this person without getting so emotional that I can’t think … Continue reading