Yes, but actually no.
This is what I'm talking about. Again from Gatto:
There seems to me to be two “official” ways to look
Gatto's Got Me Thinking
I know that I am way too tender to be reading John Taylor Gatto, but his Dumbing Us Down (1992)
Biblical studies and theology have this semi-annoying/semi-comforting pattern in my life: I'll observe a phenomena and it'll sit in
McLean (or "the viridescent hap of rain")
It's finally warm enough for the rain to make it to the ground without freezing to death. So I grab
In Praise of Goofing Off
They say the greatest portend of doom is "Hey y'all, watch this!" But I've recently concluded that it's the most
Eight Years in Colorado
In no particular order, here are a few of my takeaways.
NIV New Testament Variant Footnotes
Last fall, the Presbyterian's youth director asked me to do a workshop for his high school students introducing textual criticism
The Mike Adams I Knew
I'm sure to other people, Mike's legacy will be his column or his social media posts or his insane legal victory against UNCW. But to me his legacy will be what it was to all the students who had the privilege of being around him: he saw me.
We're all in publishing now; how do we get better at it?
I was adamant: it's going to take that long; we should be honest about it. He was adamant: if we tell them it takes that long, they'll never do it.
We're All in Publishing Now and We're Terrible at It
I have a nostalgic crush on Ed Catmul's Creativity Inc.
Years ago, I was listening to it for work (after