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Sunday School and Narnia: Hell as a Separation from God

     At the beginning of the summer, I was asked to create and lead a VBS program for my current church. The theme would be The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.   1,100 more words


Testament: Part 1

Author’s Intro:

     This story occurs midway in my “Star Trek: Beyond” series (no relation to the movie) posted at adastrafanfic.com. Spock is married to a human Starfleet doctor named Lauren Fielding. 1,990 more words


When to react and when to not react

Is it always better to stay silent? Is saying nothing always good? What happens when you stay silent when someone is doing or saying something that you disagree with or find offensive or is unfair to someone else? 364 more words


"Saved? Saved From What?"

Every popular religion on planet Earth has developed its own “language,” a form of “shop talk” by which its members communicate their faith. As referred to in an earlier post, the term “guru” means a person who disburses darkness according to Advayataraka Upanishad (thanks for this tidbit… 1,516 more words


The fear poet

Despite his failing mind, he knew the doctors were selling him the glow of cat eyes in the dark.

He knew. The green fluorescent flies had told him as they clinked Morse against the dying bulb. 62 more words


Urban Fantasy 101 - Allegory Overuse (ft. Laurell K Hamilton's Anita Blake series and JK Rowling's Harry Potter series)

Content warnings: this installment of Urban Fantasy 101 contains very brief mentions historical acts of oppression (largely in vague terms), sexual assault and pedophilia in Laurel K Hamilton’s Anita Blake series, as well as more indepth references to anti-Black and anti-Native racism in the same series. 3,182 more words


Once Upon an End: A Short Story of Truth and Taletelling


     The End.

     He had reached the End of the world… and even come back from it. There he had expected to find monsters with torturous tentacles splayed on cliffs, or perhaps bleak beasts of shadow that filled the horizon with occult mists, or perhaps a spiralling hole into heaven’s emptiness. 1,526 more words