Worldview stories, books, poems, and more

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The Booksie Classic House

If we want our grandkids to enjoy life, we have to change the world...and soon. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

It is a poem discussing the complexity of bliss, truth, and how that affects our worldview. Read More
Lear has been an extremely successful English king in medieval times, but is now ready for a more peaceful life. He devises a cock-and-bull method of dividing his empire amongst his three daughters. Whoever declares their love most fervently gets the most. The two older daughters take hyperbole to a… Read More

Book / Thrillers

February 15, 2011

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The Booksie Classic House

Can science create belief, almost instantly connecting people and making them have the same worldview? In this modern version of the body snatchers, a nefarious university professor sets out to change humanity from the inside out. However, one of his students stumbles upon the diabolical plan and races to save… Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 28, 2010

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The Booksie Classic House

The madness of the world makes you think Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Hey everyone! This is based on a story someone told me about someone getting high and then going on a drive, and I decided to write a poem about it. The person in question passed away after hitting a tree while he was still high. Read More
Professor Clouser’s lecture pushed so many of my buttons that before this comment ends you will have a good summary concerning the significance of all of my blogs and my beliefs, and, I also agree that my beliefs chose me and not the other way around–not because I’m an easy… Read More
This post continues with a brief conversation between the devil and myself, and then switches over to an earlier conversation which is itself a continuation of the God’s Footprint--Determinism conversation of several posts back. That dialogue was set high in the Canadian Rockies where Stan, the English professor, Noel, the… Read More
Here’s something different. Think of this post as being consistent with my thesis/story, but not part of it. My thesis, unbeknownst to my Professors at the time, succeeded on two levels. First, it satisfied a degree requirement, and second, it enhanced my argument for the existence of God, an argument… Read More
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