Review: The Curious Christian by Barnabas Piper

Faith is meant to lived loudly. It is meant to ask questions, seek out knowledge, and declare truth. It is meant to stand boldly not shirk quietly. It is meant to encompass the entirety of life and redeem it. Faith should not be kept in a box taken out only on Sunday mornings and it… Continue reading Review: The Curious Christian by Barnabas Piper

My Favorite Podcasts

I love podcasts. Call me weird, but I find listening to people talk mesmerizing. I think I like the way their voices meld together. It is by far my preferred method of entertainment and receiving news partially because listening takes up so little of my attention. I can drive, read, do homework, or workout while… Continue reading My Favorite Podcasts

Review: “When Breath Becomes Air” by Paul Kalanithi

I never cry when I'm reading. In fact, reading is not an outwardly emotional activity for me. Even when reading some of the most tragic and the most beautiful literature produced by English, I do not cry. This book changed that. This book broke that because it broke me in a multitude of ways. I was… Continue reading Review: “When Breath Becomes Air” by Paul Kalanithi

The Next Four Years

One of the main reasons I started this blog two years ago was to update my friends and family on my journey through Craft. I had set out on an exciting adventure, and I wanted to take everyone along with me. But after two years, I'm ready to graduate from The Craft Academy and  begin… Continue reading The Next Four Years

To Read Pile: April Edition

Hello y'all! It's spring and spring makes me happy! It also makes me want to read. Of course, April also means lots of exams as school cranks up as we near the end of the Academic Year. That doesn't mean I won't be reading extensively, though! Here's what's on my list for the month of… Continue reading To Read Pile: April Edition

Review: “Near Christianity: How Journeys Along Jewish-Christian Borders Saved My Faith in God” by Anthony Le Donne

C.S.Lewis's Mere Christianity is considered a classic of Christian apologetics. Any young Christian seeking to understand the difficult, and often frightening, world of apologetics is almost guaranteed to have Lewis's work thrust upon them. In fact, very few Christians can honestly say that Mere Christianity has not been recommended to them at point. This is because Mere Christianity, like most of… Continue reading Review: “Near Christianity: How Journeys Along Jewish-Christian Borders Saved My Faith in God” by Anthony Le Donne

A Scientist in the Liberal Arts: A Semester Experience

This semester has been different and stressful and different. It hasn't been hard or horrible or upsetting. Just different and stressful and different. At this point you're probably wondering why I keep repeating myself and there is a reason for it. That reason is Liberal Arts.  Maybe I can't complain. After all, it is only… Continue reading A Scientist in the Liberal Arts: A Semester Experience