Truth’s dynamic impact (2 Timothy study week 2)

Welcome back to the blog Bible study! If you missed last week’s introduction, you can catch up here. Here’s a quick review of last week’s main points: Paul praises Timothy for his sincere, wholehearted faith. Paul explains our calling and the Spirit God has equipped us with, so that we need not be ashamed. Paul... Continue Reading →

Belief is not the death of intelligence

This is an essay I wrote during timed practice for the College Composition CLEP exam. I wrote many such essays, but this one was the one I had the most fun with because I got to take apart a claim and defend my own position quite neatly. Following the essay is my expansion of this... Continue Reading →

“Your words can change the world”

It's that time of year when the school year is drawing to a close. Programs are winding down, and schedules are changing. Tomorrow is the end-of-year party for our homeschool co-op. It's a bittersweet moment. Because of how school is shaping up for me, it's looking like I'm not going back to co-op next year.... Continue Reading →

The power of discussion

One problem with society today is that for all the clamor of talking people do, they fail to have discussions. What do I mean by a discussion? Simply put, a discussion is communication between two or more people. But I would venture to qualify that some more. Discussion requires a topic. Discussion involves giving everyone a chance... Continue Reading →

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