Proverbs 18:17 is a verse that every apologist ought to know by heart, because it describes a phenomenon that often occurs in apologetics. Here is how it goes: "He who states his case first seems right, until the other comes and examines him." It's another way of saying that first impressions aren't always accurate. There […]
Perhaps there is some odd synchronicity with Tim J's haunting post, but this is a picture I was moved to take from my hotel hallway early Sunday morning as I was getting reach to leave the Long Beach National Square Dance Convention for the drive back to San Diego. That drive should be only two […]
It's like they're all just waiting for us… Hey, Tim Jones, here. I think my grandfather's death was the first that really affected me as it happened, though I understood the concept of death, having seen a lot of T.V. westerns, along with media coverage of the Vietnam War, the Kennedy assassination, the Munich Olympics […]
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This cartoon reminds me of something from the Team America movie that someone told me about (I didn’t see it myself), a satiric pro-American song that I can’t even repeat the title of here. (The cartoon below also has an objectionable word in it.) Or, at least, that’s how many Americans would view the rest […]
CHT to the reader who sent in the following church sign debate. It's currently being circulated around the Internet in the form of an e-mail that suggests it's real, but it's not (note that the leaves of the plants don't move from one picture to another). That doesn't stop it from being hilarious–if you don't […]
Latest reviews, both about thoughtful films for adults in limited release: Moon, a science fiction throwback to the philosophical sci-fi of the late 1960s and early 1970s (2001: A Space Odyssey and its ilk), starring Sam Rockwell and directed by first-time filmmaker Duncan Jones. (Yes, he’s the son of David Bowie.) Summer Hours, French director […]
SDG here with a heart-rending yet uplifting real-life story about life imitating art in a beautiful act of kindness from Pixar, makers of Up. HUNTINGTON BEACH – Colby Curtin, a 10-year-old with a rare form of cancer, was staying alive for one thing – a movie. From the minute Colby saw the previews to the […]