The Dim-Witted Disciples Forgot their Bread—Sort Of…

Sometimes we miss what the Bible is saying because we tend to read it in short bursts of verses and passages, rather than read any of its 66 books straight through or in large portions. For example, if you read Matthew in a few sessions, you’ll see the hilarious story of, “The Dim-Witted Disciples Forgot…

The Bible and Inaccurate Science

The Bible is always cultural as God speaks to people in their culture and not in the vacuum of it. And so when we read it, we need to keep in mind that the Bible was written “for us,” but not “to us.” It was written for us to read, but not directly to the…

Pray Impudently

Occasionally a Bible passage strikes you a little different than it did before—in my case, Luke 11:5-10, where Jesus instructs his disciples as to how to pray. I immediately sent this passage to a friend. “We’re supposed to be impudent?” she said. “Maybe I don’t know what that word means. I thought it meant disrespectful or…

Free Audible Codes for Fantasy IRL

I just released another audiobook that I both wrote and narrated called, Fantasy IRL: Glimpses of a Hidden World. This is a significantly shorter version of my book The Rush and the Rest, though it does feature a few differences throughout it. This book focuses on the supernatural perspective of the Bible in the first…

New Audiobook: God’s Grand Framework

IT’S FINALLY HERE! At the start of covid I wrote a new book called, God’s Grand Framework, which was an attempt to answer some of life’s big spiritual questions. Questions like, why are we here? If God has all knowledge, does it even matter what we do? If God has all power, why do bad…