A Theology of Heaven and Hell: Cantrapasso in Dante’s “Inferno” and “The Great Divorce”

Good morning, friends! How are we finding ourselves on this Memorial Day? Oh, and also...did you notice the new theme going on? As a writer, I've been investing a lot into my online presence lately, and I thought it was due time for an upgrade on this site. How do we feel about it? I'm … Continue reading A Theology of Heaven and Hell: Cantrapasso in Dante’s “Inferno” and “The Great Divorce”

A Study in Doctor Who: The Spirit of Man and the Heart of God

Lots of saint-spammy 😉 posts are in the works, my readers, but before I post my first one, I have a special something to write about. Guess what? I just finished Doctor Who series 5! Well, last week I did. And let me say that it was brilliant. 😉 But that last two-parter. "The Pandorica Opens/The Big … Continue reading A Study in Doctor Who: The Spirit of Man and the Heart of God

Being Multi-Racial: What I’ve Learned and Why I Love It (as told in gifs)

When I say multi-racial, I mean multi-racial. Not one, not two, but three different cultures make up me. Some take up more space in my little seventeen-year-old self than others, but hey, they are all equally dear to me, and over the years, I've learned not to be ashamed of being a melting pot of … Continue reading Being Multi-Racial: What I’ve Learned and Why I Love It (as told in gifs)

A Theological Monologue Concerning “The Imitation Game”

A few months ago I was privileged enough to be able to see a film I've been wanting to watch for quite some time. Namely, The Imitation Game starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley. Let me just say that watching this movie nearly tore my heart out, and I loved it so much that I … Continue reading A Theological Monologue Concerning “The Imitation Game”

Chapter Three from a So-far Untitled “Adlock” Story

Alrighty, folks! Here 'tis...yet another chapter. This is my first self-edited draft of chapter three. I'm going through the entire story with Eva, over at the amazing blog Coffee, Classics, and Craziness, and she's beta reading/editing the story for me, which is helping tremendously. Thanks, Eva! Be sure to check out her blog, friends. I'll be … Continue reading Chapter Three from a So-far Untitled “Adlock” Story

Chapter One From a So-far Untitled “Adlock” Story

Hallo! Good afternoon to my friends back home - it is 10 p.m. over here! I'm getting ready to go to bed. Today was my first day at the Oxford summer school, and I am quite tired. I will get those vacation snippets uploaded soon enough, cross my heart, but for now, I thought I'd … Continue reading Chapter One From a So-far Untitled “Adlock” Story

A Theological Ramble Concerning Worship and My Trip to Saint Paul’s Cathedral

Hello, my lovelies! I'm writing this from a lovely little flat - from my bedroom in a flat in Shepherd's Bush, London. This is a rather poor quality photo from my Instagram story. Sorry, guys. I can tell you that I'm having a marvelous time here in England's capitol city. It's busy. Very busy. It … Continue reading A Theological Ramble Concerning Worship and My Trip to Saint Paul’s Cathedral

Kénōsis: A Theology for Holy Week

I love theology. I always have, and I always will. There's just something about studying Greek words, doing apologetics, and writing about doctrine that gets me so excited. Like I've said in past posts, it really was a difficult decision to choose English Literature over Theology for my major. Nevertheless, I have still had the … Continue reading Kénōsis: A Theology for Holy Week

“…Let Me be Vulnerable.”

*Sherlock Se. 2 Ep. 1 Spoiler Warning* To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken. If you want to make sure of keeping it intact you must give it to no one, not even an animal. Wrap it carefully round with hobbies and little … Continue reading “…Let Me be Vulnerable.”

The Relevance of “The Prodigal Son”

Happy second week of January, everyone! I'm not sure if that's actually a thing, but it is now. School starts on Monday, and I'm pretty sad that the break I had so looked forward to a month ago is already coming to a close. School is back. 🙄 It's not that I don't like school. … Continue reading The Relevance of “The Prodigal Son”