The trail behind me is littered with failure. We’ll see about the trail before me.
Author Archives: Phil Christensen
Time – A Human Obsession. Time – the non-spatial continuum – continues to hold the fascination of humankind. Last night the population of entire planet celebrated Time. It is the biggest event of the year – bigger than the Super … Continue reading
Israeli players denied access to chess tournament held in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Government would not issues visas because the Kingdom does not have diplomatic ties with Israel. Well. then maybe your should work on that, fellas.
It was one of the most memorable episodes in our story. And yes, Handel’s Messiah was the focus. It was our first Christmas as a young married couple. Lois asked me if I would pick up some Christmas music on … Continue reading
Claiming Your Politics Aligns You With God? Really? God does not inform my politics. Which means he doesn’t inform yours either. You can pray, seek guidance, but in the end, you really don’t know.
For The Record. Let’s get this out of the way up front. The City of Jerusalem is a Holy City to two faiths, not three. The Old and New Testaments mention Jerusalem throughout. The City is firmly embedded, root and … Continue reading
Moore and Franken – How NOT to win. You would have thought by now, having been shown how to win, that the Republicans would have gotten on board. The lessons from the Roy Moore and Al Franken kerfuffle are the … Continue reading
Sutherland Springs: Should Have Been A Typical Sunday. A man walks into a Church. Heeding the Apostle Paul’s call to assemble together. Seeking fellowship, seeking to draw closer to his creator. It’s a typical Sunday in Sutherland Springs, Tx. Or … Continue reading
The Road of Kings, by Robert E. Howard.
A Pinch of Gray Matter. Thoughts that just won’t stop. I need to get a better hobby. A communist will tell you that communism has never worked because the right people never tried it. I guess the right people have … Continue reading