The Divine Perfections

September 18, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

Wednesday’s post occasioned a number of theological questions which this post from the Kairos archives answers. Previously we defined what theologians mean by God: the necessary, self-existing uncaused Being that is the ultimate source of […]


The Problem of Evil

September 16, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

The defining claim of atheism is that God doesn’t exist, but if you listen to them long enough, you come to realize that atheists never argue against God’s existence. In fact, there are really only […]


It Was Under the Bed

September 15, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

 A reader who wishes to remain anonymous writes in with a personal tale of high strangeness. First, I don’t usually believe when people tell me about their paranormal experiences.  I’ve known so many people who […]


Galaxy Quest

September 14, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

My 80s and 90s movie reviews seem to be resonating with readers. This response makes sense, given that many have rightly despaired of Hollywood ever treating classic franchises with anything but contempt. Multiple commenters brought […]


The Fix Is In

September 11, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

Follow American politics long enough, and you’ll soon notice two phenomena so reliable you can set your watch by them: The Left always explains exactly what they plan to do. They explain it by projecting […]


You Can’t Save Everyone

September 10, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

 A reader shares this conversation which proves how deep the Pop Cult conditioning goes. The context of this particular discussion was the NFL. You’re just as likely to hear the exact same script from Pop […]


Major League 1989

September 9, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

In the spirit of what’s turned into a series of 80s movie reviews, I decided to revisit the 1989 sports comedy Major League. If you’re unfamiliar with Major League, it’s a light comedy firmly in the […]



September 8, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

  Supporting Christian authors who make entertaining readers their first priority is just as vital as not giving money to people who hate us. In that context, I’m pleased to announce a Kindle Countdown Deal […]


The Running Man

September 7, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

In keeping with my recent penchant for reviewing lesser 80s and 90s classics, I took the occasion to rewatch 1987’s camp dystopia actioner The Running Man. Based on a Stephen King novels published under his […]


Confessors Not Martyrs

September 4, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

If anyone still doubts my advice to stay away from protests or who insist we “Need more heroes like Kyle Rittenhouse,” I refer you to the latest search term popularity data from Google Trends. Those who […]