*Editor’s Note 1* “Tomsplaining” is meant to be a tongue-in-cheek reference to “Mansplaining”…but tomsplaining is good-natured and non-condescending. *Editor’s Note 2* I fully respect the diversity of opinion on this subject…particularly among my fellow Believers. It is not my intention to impugn anyone’s choices or to call into question anyone’s motivations or moral and Biblical understanding. […]Read More My Vote – Tomsplained
So… yeah. First of all, this post has exactly nothing to do with Michael Phelps or swimming or the Olympics. I just REALLY wanted to use the Phelps Face in something…sooooo….there ya go! ***CONTENT DISCLAIMER*** The opinions expressed below are mine and mine alone. If you disagree with me – I will not think any […]Read More Pump Up or Dump the Trump?
Confessions of a Former Member of the Religious Right Forgive me for the unnecessarily provocative title. For all the morbidly curious who saw that title and clicked, let me offer an equally excessive disclaimer/qualification/clarification: When I say ‘former member of the Religious Right’ I do not mean to say that my faith no longer completely […]Read More Confessions of a Former Member of the Religious Right
My New Philosophy* (See Note) * (Note) By “My”, the author makes no actual proprietary claims to this line of thinking. By “New” the author does not mean to suggest measurable originality in this line of thinking. By “Philosophy”, the author is not implying any kind of scholarly import to this line of thinking. Title […]Read More My New Philosophy (*see Note)
On May 5th, 2013 at 6:20 AM, the Earth first met Hannah Katherine Haberkorn. I have the distinct privilege of being her father. The nerd in me was rooting for a May the Fourth birthday when Jennifer first started having contractions at around 3 PM that day. Of course, when I say, “started having contractions”, […]Read More Hannah Katherine Haberkorn, Welcome to the World
Job 1-5 Well, my reading plan juked and jinked and took me from Genesis right into Job. I was expecting to be floating down the Nile with baby Moses this week… but, instead, I am sitting beside Job’s three friends and listening intently to the exchange between them and their greatly suffering friend. My reading plan is […]Read More “Why Me?” – Job Gets Tested
Genesis 14-50 With God’s help, I have remained fairly faithful in my daily reading. At the same time, my daily posting about the reading has kind of fallen by the wayside. While actually doing the reading is the important thing, writing about it is also key for me. Posting my thoughts and impressions helps to […]Read More Patriarchs – The Cliff Notes Version