Of Nations and Towers

Is it arrogance that leads us to believe we don’t need to follow instructions? Is it impatience? Maybe it’s a little of both? Because if we just skip step four, that bike will be built five minutes faster. Right? Well, maybe. If you want lemonade, you have to squeeze lemons. […]

Noah’s Rainbow in the Dark

When Ronnie James Dio penned the words to Rainbow in the Dark, he likely did not have the book of Genesis in mind. Nor did he likely have anything remotely close to the Biblical account of the flood in mind. Or did he? (He didn’t). The song is essentially about isolation and […]

Fear No Snake (ep. 2)

In our first post, we referenced the deception of Eve at the hands of the serpent, and her subsequent complication of God’s commands. Here, in Genesis 3:15, God informs the serpent, “I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; he will crush your head, and you will strike […]

Eve’s Thunderbird Problems (ep. 1)

The Ford Thunderbird once stood as an American icon in the automobile world. The rapid increase in popularity led to the formation of multiple regional clubs in which enthusiasts could share their love of this fabulous car. But as with many things in life, Ford could not leave well enough […]