I watched a film recently, The Professor and the Madman, based on a good friend’s recommendation. He endorsed it out of our mutual love for the English language; and for what he said was an interesting plot over a much-forgotten part of English history: the formation of the Oxford English Dictionary. However, despite my friend’s endorsement, … Continue reading Review: The Professor & the Madman – Plus Rotten Tomatoes’ Groupthink
I can be a sarcastic and (somewhat) quick-witted man at times. Unfortunately, that has been a dangerous combination, which has caused needless animosity between me and fellow Christians when in disagreement on political and theological issues. Thankfully, in recent months I have been learning to rely more on the wisdom I've found in other Christians … Continue reading Five Minutes for the Imago Dei
I have been thinking about the film “Saving Private Ryan” lately. Namely, a line that Tom Hanks’ character, Capt. Miller, gave to Private Ryan, played by Matt Damon. If you have not seen the film, I would highly suggest giving it a watch. It is bloody, heartbreaking, filled with language, and oftentimes difficult to watch … Continue reading Film’s Message Haunts: ‘Earn this’
On June 7, 1961, author and Holocaust survivor Yehiel De-Nur stood face to face in court with one of the men who orchestrated the events of the Holocaust: Adolf Eichmann. After giving a brief statement, De-Nur collapsed at the trial. Many people gave explanations as to why he would have fainted before the man: anger, … Continue reading Hard Truth: ‘I am Capable to do this’
I attended the Commerce City Council meeting on the third Tuesday evening as one of the representatives of the Commerce Public Library Board. The library’s boiler went out and it had to be closed because it’s just too cold in there. I hadn’t been to a city council meeting in years, not since I was … Continue reading Local Life as Important as National Scene
What do you talk about with a man you know who's about to die? Our conversation aren't abstract, they aren't philosophical discussions on how things should be or how the world should work, or our wishes and wants, but about memories. They're about the Cowboys of the 90s and watching them beat the Pittsburg Steelers … Continue reading Learn From Your Dad
Why Superman in the DCEU is full of hope.
Man of Steel is a comic book film that doesn’t shy away from revealing the investigative minds behind its two leads. via Journalism 101: The Investigative Abilities of Clark Kent and Lois Lane — Article Asylum