I have selected a poem for 2021.
Month: December 2020
Presented without comment.
Roman Catholics will, without a hint of irony or comprehension, assert that Scripture is too difficult for the common man to understand and then eisegetically argue for works righteousness from James 2.
In case I ever become (in)famous, I would just like to point out that I have, thus far, scrunched at least two hundred pages of handwritten notes into packaging material.
You’re welcome, future historians.
‘Unrestricted immigration’ is always a curse in Scripture.
Nothing has changed.
Abortion and pornography are two of the greatest threats to humanity.
Every billionaire represents a gross regulatory failure.
*I think I’m finally done packing books.*
All the books hiding places that aren’t bookshelves or tables:
I will gladly vote for whichever politician is trustworthy and promises to tear down the banks and burn the rubble to ash.
George Floyd died as he lived — a violent, drug-addicted felon and menace to society.
We are better in his absence.