Monthly Archives: December 2014

Bible Reading Revised

One year ago I started on a plan to read the Bible cover to cover in, well, one year. I wrote my own reading plan to do this because I was dissatisfied with the various other plans I could find. … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Exodus: Gods and Kings

I reviewed Noah last spring with a follow-up post on the finer points of the film’s theology. I thought that film was pretty good, but you had to be willing to think deeply about its message and not just watch … Continue reading

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What If? Rejects #3.3: Umm…?

Randall Munroe’s What If? Previous post in this series: Planet of the Apes Q: If people had wheels and could fly, how would we differentiate them from airplanes? Randall’s response: No response. My response: Umm…let’s ask the Internet. Here are … Continue reading

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What If? Rejects #3.2: Planet of the Apes

Randall Munroe’s What If? Previous post in this series: Stars Q: What sort of logistic anomalies would you encounter in trying to raise an army of apes? Randall’s response: No response. My response: I’m not sure what the submitter means … Continue reading

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Classic Sci-Fi Recommendation: R.U.R. by Karel Čapek

As a sci-fi writer, I read a lot of classic science fiction, since reading is the second most important thing you can do to build a foundation for writing. (The first, of course, is writing.) I don’t normally review these … Continue reading

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