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Jan 27, 1969 (Age: 50)
Region or City:
The Bermuda Triangle
Wannabe philosopher, but I've kept my day job. :)


A Crash Test Dummy's work is never done!, Male, 50, from The Bermuda Triangle

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    Jan 27, 1969 (Age: 50)
    Region or City:
    The Bermuda Triangle
    Wannabe philosopher, but I've kept my day job. :)
    United States
    Marital Status:
    .....see more about what I'm into below!!:eheh:

    Mini-Bio: I'm getting old, but I'm still constantly thinking, pondering, mulling things over in my mind. I'm married, but I'm constantly learning about the continual give and take that comes with the relationship I have with my wife. I'm a father, but I often wonder how well I'm preparing my child to face the world as it is. I'm a Christian and have been for quite some time, but I'm always reminded of Paul's Admonition to be sober, mature, steadfast and enduring in the Holy Spirit. I strive to be all these things, yet I don't count myself as having attained any of these things as I should. In all of this, I carry on, but I know in my heart, unfathomably, that it is really Christ who carries me ...

    Some of my Favorite Rock/Pop Tunes...

    My Favorite Quotes:

    (C.S. Lewis)

    I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.

    (Søren Kierkegaard)
    "Out of love of humankind, out of despair over my awkward predicament of having achieved nothing and of being unable to make anything easier than it had already been made, out of genuine interest in those who make everything easy, I comprehended that it was my task: to make difficulties everywhere.”

    (Albert Einstein)
    "The reciprocal relationship of epistemology and science is of noteworthy kind. They are dependent on each other. Epistemology without contact with science becomes an empty scheme. Science without epistemology is–insofar as it is thinkable at all–primitive and muddled."

    (Paul, the Apostle)
    "For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear."

    "I believe in resurrection, not insurrection; I believe in revelation, not revolution!" [...pa-tump!]

    My Favorite Christian websites:

    1) biologos.org [Bible & Science & Evolution]

    2) www.aprilmaskiewiczcordero.com/ [Evolution & Faith]
    3) capturingchristianity.com [Christian Apologetics]
    4) Christian Apologetics Alliance [Christian Apologetics]
    5) cbeinternational.org [Christians for Biblical Equality]
    6) pricelessmovement.com [Working Against Human Trafficking]

    A Few Helpful Books:

    1) The God Who Hears - W. Bingham Hunter [prayer?]

    2) Will God Heal Me - Ron Dunn [healing?]
    3) Why Is God Ignoring Me - Gary R. Habermas [Hidden God?]
    4) The End of Our Exploring - Matthew Lee Anderson [the useful questioning of life?]
    5) Hermeneutics: A Brief Introduction - Jens Zimmermann [interpreting the world?]
    6) The Screwtape Letters - C.S. Lewis [how the devil works?]
    7) The Trouble with Paris - Mark Sayers [cultural delusion?]
    8) The Solomon Seduction - Mark Atteberry [sin management for men?]
    9) The Reason - Lacey Sturm [resisting suicide, coping with life, finding God?]

    My Favorite Classic Books:

    1) Pensees - Blaise Pascal

    2) Hobbit/Lord of the Rings - J.R.R. Tolkien
    3) The Scarlet Letter - Nathaniel Hawthorne
    4) Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury
    5) 1984 - George Orwell
    6) Animal Farm - George Orwell
    7) Lord of the Flies - William Golding
    8) One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich - Alexander Solzhenitsyn

    My Favorite Movies:

    Star Wars ** The Empire Strikes Back ** Bride of Frankenstein ** Beneath the Planet of the Apes ** King Kong (1933/1976/2005) ** 2001: A Space Odyssey ** 2010 ** Chariots of Fire ** Tron ** Tron: Legacy ** Star Trek II (1982) ** Star Trek (2009) ** K-Pax ** Contact ** The Iron Giant ** A Beautiful Mind ** Shawshank Redemption ** The Pianist ** Spider-Man (2002) ** Ghost Rider ** Iron Man ** The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013) ** Prometheus (2012) ** Alice In Wonderland (2010) ** Ender's Game ** Gravity ** Unbreakable ** Split ** Hobbit & LOTR ** Man of Steel ** X-men: Days of Future Past ** Race ** Passengers ** Risen ** Avengers: Infinity War/Endgame ** Ant-man/Wasp ** Bohemian Rhapsody

    My Personal Interests of Study

    Christian History and Theology ** Philosophy (of Science, of History, of Education, Ethics, Epistemology, Metaphysics) ** Sociology ** Social Studies ** Human Sexuality ** World History ** Physical Science ** Cosmology

    My Education:
    B.A. Philosophy
    M.S. Social Studies/Social Sciences/Education
    1 single year of Bible college; 33 years of ongoing theological study [​IMG]

    Please feel free to PM me if you have a question about my theological/philosophical views or if you just want to say "Hello!"

    Blessings! :cool:


    "I can feel nothing but compassion for those who sincerely lament their doubt, who regard it as the ultimate misfortune, and who, sparing no effort to escape from it, make their search their principal and most serious business."
    (Blaise Pascal)

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