Reflections on Beginning Anew (Semester)

For as far back as I can remember, the New Year has been something forth looking forward too. In the lull that follows the festivities and joy of Christmas (seeing old friends, eating too much good food, sharing gifts with family), having something to look forward to helps quite the spirit. “New” is invigorating –Continue reading “Reflections on Beginning Anew (Semester)”

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Book Review: The Genesis of the Dead (Casberg)

As a PhD student, I read a lot. I read for work, school, and fun—hundreds, sometimes thousands of pages each week. Very rarely, however, do I encounter a book that is uproariously funny. Even rarer are books which are simultaneously hilarious and theologically sound. C. T. Casberg’s Genesis of the Dead: A Zombie Comedy ofContinue reading “Book Review: The Genesis of the Dead (Casberg)”