Do People of Faith Make Better Leaders?

Carly Fiorina isn’t trying to get my vote. I know it, and she knows it. So is it surprising that she would alienate voters like me entirely? No. Is it a good idea? Much like the sincerity of her faith, that may be irrelevant. But I’d still like to talk about her bullshit views on…

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I Will Wait On Him

Another monthly journal entry! (Notes: Scott was our drummer. Heather was his girlfriend who joined us for a week of tour while we were in Kansas. Today Scott and Heather are married with three children, and Scott is a Pastor.)   Saturday, March 11, 1995 So much happened today! We went to Tia’s house, and…

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We Will Always Be Okay

Having strong opinions on controversial topics can be hazardous to friendships, but in most cases we know exactly what to expect and who to expect it from. Religion is different. I recently became more open about my atheism on Facebook and it wasn’t at all what I expected. I wasn’t a jerk about it, so…

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Regretting an Abstinence Education

Someday you’ll regret it. If there is one message that rang through loud and clear during my teenage years it was that sex was something to regret. Virginity was sacred. You can’t get it back. Wait until you are ready and give that gift to the right one, otherwise when the right one comes along…

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Purify Your Mind

“Don’t trust the experts. If you want a relationship you can trust, read the Bible. That’s where you’ll find the experts of the experts.” My mother-in-law. Much of what she says involves puns or comes out sounding like an advertising slogan. It might be the thing I like most about her. But this specific advice…

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