What The ‘Fighting Indians of the West’ Teach Us About Human Nature

They say hindsight is 20/20. Certainly looking back at the past gives one a greater advantage of perspective. You don’t just have immediate context that you’re working with but can trace how whatever policy, philosophy, or world change influenced the history that followed. Hindsight is popular in America right now. It’s in vogue to look … More What The ‘Fighting Indians of the West’ Teach Us About Human Nature

Tempted As We Are

This is another entry in an ongoing series walking through Matthew 1-4. If you’d like to read the previous post, click here. Previously in Matthew 3, we were introduced to John the Baptist and his wild message of a coming kingdom and Savior. When Jesus stepped on the scene and was baptized, it looked like … More Tempted As We Are

Realizing Your Humanity in ‘Six Wakes’

When Six Wakes by Mur Lafferty opens, the reader is thrust into the immediate aftermath of a grizzly murder scene. The six people waking up in the chapter with the reader are doubly disoriented by the situation since it’s their corpses that are floating around dead in zero gravity aboard a spaceship. These characters are, of course, clones, … More Realizing Your Humanity in ‘Six Wakes’