A History of Heresies?

A History of Heresies?

Of the many benefits I could list about taking on seminary training as a sixty-something is that I’m compelled to read books that I likely would not have ever attempted to conquer absent the forcing mechanism of graded assignments. One such book that I recently read cover-to-cover was Theologian and Seminary Professor Harold O. J….

666

666

I recently returned from a 7-day float trip down the Arolik River in remote Western Alaska. Well, it was a 6-day trip because we could not get out on the first day due to inclement weather. It was quite the adventure though!  We flew into Bethel, Alaska, and were taken out by float plane to…

Kudzu

Kudzu

Growing up in North Florida, which is an extension of South Georgia and South Alabama, I was very familiar with a plant called “Kudzu”. The scientific name is Pueraria Montana. It is sometimes referred to as “the vine that ate the South.” It was brought to America from Asia in the late19th century as a way…