Dentists Recommend The Mirror Poole

If you haven’t read The Mirror Poole yet, what are you waiting for? Dentists dig it, dude! Please kindly leave a review after you’ve read it. You can buy it for only $2.99 and leave a review if you click the “BUY ON AMAZON” button to the bottom left of the preview below: If you Read More …

Ratchet Soundtrack Outtakes

Some quaint pieces I wrote for a comedy short film a couple months ago called “Ratchet,” directed by Braeden Alberti. These were not used in the final cut, but here they are now for your listening pleasure on my YouTube and SoundCloud! If you need original music for your project, you can get in touch Read More …

“Profiting from the Word of God” — 9 Questions to Ask Ourselves

I posted this on social media at the beginning of the year. But things get buried so quickly there, and I’ve found these questions really helpful to me in examining my own heart and life as I read the Scriptures. This is basically a summary of A. W. Pink’s book Profiting from the Word of Read More …

Romans 6 – Forgiven and Free: Three motivations to keep battling our sin even though our sin has already been forgiven

This is the outline from a teaching I gave on Sunday a few weeks ago (Aug 25th) on Romans 6. This is just an outline, not a full manuscript. But I added a few extra sentences to fill it out a little. I recommend reading Romans 6 first and then going through the outline with Read More …

Favorite Undergrad Papers: The Reliability of the Gospels

Click here for more posts in this series. This was the last undergrad research paper I wrote. I think it was one of my best papers, and it is certainly one of my favorites. For the foreseeable future, this will be the last paper I share in this series. Thanks for reading! The Reliability of Read More …

Favorite Undergrad Papers: The Gender Pay Gap as a Natural Feature of a Free Society

Click here for more posts in this series. This was not actually a college paper. This was a research proposal for a scholarship program with the American Enterprise Institute. One of my Honors professors (Dr. Raeder) sponsored me, and had I been awarded the scholarship, I would have written this research paper over the course Read More …

Favorite Undergrad Papers: Truth and Reality According to Plato, Calvin, Descartes, and Rorty

Click here for more posts in this series. Not my proudest work here. This was my final paper for the Honors class “The World of Despair & Hope.” I turned it in late and incomplete. It reads more like a research proposal than a finished paper, and there is not much of a conclusion. (I Read More …

Psalm 77 — Finding Relief in the Lord in a Season of Distress

This is the outline from a teaching I gave this past Sunday on Psalm 77. This is just an outline, not a full manuscript. But I added a few extra paragraphs and sentences to fill it out a little. I recommend reading Psalm 77:1-20 first and then going through the outline with the psalm open Read More …

Favorite Undergrad Papers: Exegesis of Job 7:17-21

Click here for more posts in this series. This was a short exegetical paper I wrote for the class “Exploring the Old Testament” with Dr. Maxwell in Fall 2016. I don’t know if I’ll share my other exegesis papers in this series, but I had to at least share this one since it is this Read More …

No Budget Merch

Title says it all! (If you don’t follow me on social media, there’s at least a couple inside jokes here you might miss—what with socks and ice cream and whatnot. See my Twitter, Facebook, or Youtube for context.)

Favorite Undergrad Papers: Ivan Ilyich, the Loving Stoic

Click here for more posts in this series. My professor for this class was really into Russian authors like Dostoevsky and Leo Tolstoy, and one of the stories he had us read was the short story “The Death of Ivan Ilyich” by Tolstoy. If you are already familiar with that story, then this research paper Read More …