Book Review, The Reason For God, Tim Keller

Book Review, The Reason For God, Tim Keller

The ‘Intermission’ is the best and most definitive chapter of the book. I took away an insight, here, and an important nuance: religion, and specifically Christianity, is not a physical thing. And as an historical idea, it shouldn’t be, and can’t be, parsed using the same tools that we use for, say, genetics.

Book Review – Faith vs. Fact

Book Review – Faith vs. Fact

I wrote this review shortly after Faith vs Fact was published.  Discovered it on another venue… Book Review: Faith vs. Fact by J. Coyne It’s already happening. Coyne’s Faith vs Fact is being panned by believers as biased, curmudgeonly, and ignorant....
Peloton Bicycle Review

Peloton Bicycle Review

I was all set this year to ride in the Mt. Washington Bicycle Hill Climb in New Hampshire. It’s considered the most difficult bicycle hill climb in the United States and was my birthday present to myself to mark my entry into the sixties. I bought the Peloton with my...
Book Review: Diet Cults by Matt Fitzgerald

Book Review: Diet Cults by Matt Fitzgerald

What Passes For Diet Cult Research I received an email recently from someone who tried a diet for thirty days, lost a bunch of weight, and thought I might like to write it up on my blog. I responded, In all seriousness, and said that when he: Had 100 volunteers for a...