Help, Mom!

Until I'm told differently, I'm assuming that this book is a joke, but it's a damn funny one:As always, the reviews are even better:We bought this for our three boys, Beza, Calvin, and Van Till! They loved every minute of this book! Buying this book will root my children in a holy fear of the Arminian heresy!!! The joy they got out of this book made me almost as happy as when little Calvin started quoting the Institutes, little Van Till argued for the existence of God by assuming He … [Read more...]

No Place to Go

Kind of an odd one:At least "no place to go" implies that we're not going to hell. It reminds me of the old Redd Foxx line, "Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing."BTW, St. Perpetua is the poster saint for faith-over-family. She was the living (and dying) embodiment of Luke 14:26, "If any one comes to me and does not hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, yes, and even his own life, he cannot be my … [Read more...]

Google Glasses for the Masses?

Our neighbor Chris Hallquist asks us, "How long before Google Glass (and imitators) are as ubiquitous as smartphones?"Speaking personally, I find the Google Glass to be just too plebeian. I have high hopes for a competing product:Image by LunchbreathHere's a question I haven't heard answered: what about those of us who already wear prescription lenses? Will they work with the set-up, or would I have to switch to contacts? … [Read more...]

What is God Trying to Tell Us …

Bob Cargill wants to know what it means that Jason Collins comes out of the closet the same day that Tim Tebow is released from the Jets ... … [Read more...]

Choose Your Conspiracy

Crispian Jago turns his pixel pushing pen to the issue of conspiracism. As usual, Jago's art is bleedin' huge. You can click twice on the image to get a larger version, or you can go see the original at The Reason Stick. … [Read more...]