Check out my newest book review on Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu! This book is full of insights and I hope to bring some of those to light for you in this video. It's definitely worth checking out if you have any interest in Religion or Philosophy. Lao Tzu is an amazing thinker and prophet, and his wisdom is beautifully articulated in the Tao Te Ching!
Keep The Christ In Christmas- What It Really Means
Keeping the Christ in Christmas is about remembering why this holiday exists to begin with-the virgin birth of Jesus. This is a look at the valuable theological and philosophical truths that can be learned from the Nativity.
Re-Separate Church and State And Stop PC Secularism’s Monopoly
Secularism is creating a monopoly in government institutions, and demonizing all religious people, especially those in government. To understand the separation of church and state, the effect of religion on morals and how people should act in government institutions with respect to faith, give this a read.
Christian Lessons Learned From Taoism
Everyone has the tendency to look for reasons that prove their religion is right over another. It's natural. People are banking their eternity on this set of beliefs to which they ascribe, so that's kind of a big deal. However, there is value in understanding the commonalities of religious thought as well. This isn't about... Continue Reading →
What R. H. Tawney’s Socialism Teaches Us About Weinstein’s Assaults
Socialism has become the goal of most left-leaning political parties because it means equality. The type of equality they promote can't be explained fully, because their stated goals of tearing down the new bourgeoisie are not the aim of Socialism. What Socialism really looks like is the powerful elite leveraging a Fascistic State to create... Continue Reading →
Guns Don’t Kill People, Materialism Kills People
I want to begin this with a personal message. I kept myself from writing this post until people had time to grieve and to mourn the dead from last week's shooting. I didn't want to speak emotionally or rashly by releasing a post that day. I didn't want to catch ratings because of being simply... Continue Reading →
Tom Petty And A Search For Purpose
In light of Tom Petty’s recent passing, and as a fan of his work, it seemed necessary to look back at his music and understand his artistry better. Everyone wants to be remembered for something, and for musicians, that something is the meaning left behind in their music. Looking through some of the Songfacts of... Continue Reading →
I Don’t Remember Moving To Babel
I remember growing up in Indianapolis, Indiana for all my life, but over the last year or so I feel like I’ve slowly been moving to Babel. You see, for my whole life I had people who I disagreed with, but we could still communicate. Now it feels like there’s two different languages-Republican and... Continue Reading →
A Nuanced Argument on Social Services
As a kid growing up in a Catholic home, I always felt a push to help those who are in need. I went to Catholic schools and was always required to do service hours, but every time I would go above and beyond (this isn't to brag, rather I just wasn't the best at sports... Continue Reading →