Monthly Archives: May 2008


I usually don’t post much on movies. Usually, because most of what Hollywood spews out today is sewage—sex and senseless violence and profanity. It’s poisoning our culture, influencing the mindset of people everywhere.

Bella doesn’t fit the mold.

I watched it last night, and all I can say is that like Expelled it’s another must-see. It’s a beautiful, touching movie, real art, about adoption, made by some very cool latino guys who want to start producing positive films. From the amazing awards it’s received, it’s clear that this is the kind of film more people want to see.


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I went to see Ben Stein’s movie, Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, this week. Awesome movie. It confronts American culture, especially, and the closed-minded scientific establishment on some very hard-hitting implications of Darwinist thought. Everyone in America must see this movie. Ben Stein exposes how our freedom to not assert belief but to simply pose questions on the existence of God or even more general theories of intelligent design are bringing persecution to many. Intelligent discussion is being expelled as our culture becomes increasingly atheistic, dismissing the serious dangers brought on by Godless thinking.

Hear R.C. Sproul interview Ben Stein at Ligonier.

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One year down

Yes, gentle readers, I have returned. One year of school is done. Hard to believe. Seemed long at the time, but more of a blink looking back. Never worked so hard in my life, but God was good and really helped me through a lot of hurdles. Met a bunch of really cool people that I’ll have fun bumming with in another four months. Now, a much desired breather…

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