Manga & Theology: Laying Down Ones Life

In Fullmetal Alchemist, we see the tragic death of Lieutenant Colonel Maes Hughes. After seeing him and his family, really getting to know the character – his death is a powerful part of the plot. When our main characters, the Elric brothers discover he’s dead they also discover another truth – he died because he […]

Music & Theology: Uptown Funk

Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson with Bruno Mars is currently the number one song in America. The lyrics for this track can be reviewed here. The song begins with, “This hit / That ice cold / Michelle Pfeiffer / That white gold / This one, for them hood girls / Them good girls / Straight masterpieces […]

Midweek Links: 03/25/15 – Millennial Adulthood, Professor Oak, Rain Tax Repeal

News has happened this week. I’ve compiled some of the news I found interesting. Let’s see what happened… Faith I’m a Presbyterian Minister Who Doesn’t Believe in God – A Presbyterian Minister claims he doesn’t believe in God. He claims he’s still a Christian. He’s not, for the record. Belief in God is a pretty […]

On Gibeah

In Judges 19, we see a terrifying situation in Gibeah in Benjamin. The people of Gibeah call upon a Levite visitor to be handed over to them so they can rape him, reminiscent of what happened in Sodom in Genesis. The difference in this instance is that these people are not Gentiles, they are not […]

Music & Theology: Thinking Out Loud

Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” is the number two song in America at the moment. The English singer-songwriter has a folksy sound to most of his music. The lyrics can be reviewed here. Sheeran begins by singing, “When your legs don’t work like they used to before / And I can’t sweep you off of your […]

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