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reviewed Letters From A Skeptic. July 03, 2010
Letters From A Skeptic
Something worse than the so-called age-gap can make the relationship between parents and children difficult, and that is none other than what I like to call the “faith-gap.” In the old times, …
posted a Quick Tip about The God Delusion. July 02, 2010
The God Delusion
You will either love or hate this, I think.
reviewed The Last Superstition. June 22, 2010
The Last Superstition
   The title of Edward Feser’s latest book, The Last Superstition: A Refutation of the New Atheism, might lead one to believe that it is merely the latest retort in the newly energized …
Hardcore Zen: Punk Rock, Monster Movies, & the
"You eat God and excrete truth four hours later." (3) There's a toilet on the cover, a first for a Buddhist book, I reckon. Punk, monster movie making, and a decidedly raw version of dharma enliven this …
posted a Quick Tip about The God Delusion. June 17, 2010
The God Delusion
posted a Quick Tip about Lent. June 13, 2010
Insight comes from observation of the self in relation to the Universe and while redemption and transcendence are necessary to the progression of the human spirit, religion is not.
posted a Quick Tip about Scientology. June 11, 2010
Awesome book and history, Good read.
posted a Quick Tip about St. Augustine. June 11, 2010
St. Augustine
Awesome book and history, Good read.
posted a Quick Tip about The New Testament: A Historical Intro.... June 11, 2010
Awesome book and history, Good read.
reviewed Antichrist. June 09, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
A woman and a man lose their son in a tragic accident. Rather than trust in the medicine prescribed by her psychiatrist to ease her grief, he (a psychotherapist) decides to subject her to his own therapeutic …
Year of Living Biblically
I had high expectations when I received this book as a gift, and they were fulfilled. A.J. Jacobs is hilarious and insightful at the same time as he tries to live using every rule from the Bible. He starts …
posted a Quick Tip about Christmas. June 03, 2010
posted in Inspirations
A Christmas Scene
I love Christmas season for all-day meditations and time with family...and that there are billions of people thinking about peacefulness.
reviewed My Name Is Khan. June 02, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
My Name Is Khan
I'd been wanting to see this or a while and only managed to get the chance tonight. I was expecting a lot, as the trailer made it seem inspirational, and recommendations from friends only enforced that …
The Good Man Jesus And The Scoundrel Christ
Having not read any of Philip Pullman's previous works, I didn't go into this with any particular expectations, but I have to say that my mind was blown by how much I enjoyed it. The news surrounding …
posted a Quick Tip about Hey Ram. May 01, 2010
Hey Ram
Drama about a man who lost his wife during the Bombay riots and how it affected his life.
reviewed Stuff Christians Like. April 11, 2010
Stuff Christians Like
Pros: The "Oh!" factor.     Cons: The "My!" factor.     The Bottom Line: Oh, my!          Please Note: This is a Lean ‘n …
posted a Quick Tip about Religulous. April 07, 2010
agree w/ most of the points Bill makes, but as a documentary, this falls a bit short & could've been better executed
reviewed Evolution. April 05, 2010
"Do I really come from Monkeys" That's what my seven year old nephew asked me during a trip to the zoo. As you might imagine, we were observing the monkeys when the question came from his young …
reviewed Easter. March 31, 2010
Some people look forward to Easter. Me, I just don’t see it.       Beyond the religious ramifications involved, the non-religious activities have always seemed a bit more bizarre …
reviewed No Idea: Entrusting Your Journey to a.... March 28, 2010
No Idea: Entrusting Your Journey to a God Who Knows by Greg Garrett - Shelfari
   Greg Garrett is an author I've recently discovered. After reading Shame, his latest fiction offering, I was smitten with his writing style. Shame was very introspective and full of deep emotional …
A History of Histories: Epics, Chronicles, Romances and Inquiries from Herodotus and Thucydides to the Twentieth Century
In A History of Histories, British historian John Burrow sets himself a nearly impossible task in the title of the book alone. Impressively, he succeeds, describing the general form of history in the …
reviewed Antichrist. March 17, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Beautiful to watch, intense story, acting, music      Cons: Unfortunately too intense/abusive for a wider audience      The Bottom Line: One of the prettiest …
reviewed Son of Hamas: A Gripping Account of T.... March 04, 2010
Son of Hamas: A Gripping Account of Terror,
Mosab Yousef Hassan is the son of Sheikh Hassan Yousef. The elder Yousef is one of the founders of Hamas, the militant Islamic group that controls Gaza and seeks the destruction of the state of Israel. …
reviewed Lent. February 25, 2010
The English word "Lent" derives from the Germanic word for "springtime".  For those of us who call ourselves Christians the season of Lent is a time for renewal …
reviewed God's Smuggler. February 13, 2010
God's Smuggler
Pros: Truly devoted account of Christian service in a Communist nations.     Cons: The narrator  cannot comprehend the meaning of the words "leisurely pace".     …
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