Monthly Archives: November 2011

Sounding the Call

Kamau Brathwaite, an author from the mid-20th century, is notable for his contributions in poetry. He is a forerunner in using Creole as a viable language and relates much of his poetry to travels, exiles, and returns. He has written … Continue reading

Posted in Caribbean Literature, Criticism, Culture, Literature | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Middlemen of Apocalypse

In both “The Cold Equations” by Tom Godwin and “The Minority Report” by Philip Dick, an apocalypse is created which is controlled by middlemen who kill to prevent death to the masses while destroying free will. In both short stories, … Continue reading

Posted in Criticism, Literature, Short Story | Tagged | Leave a comment

You are Righteous, No Matter What You Think. Period.

KEY PASSAGE: Romans 7:7-12 All quotations are taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. I was reading Romans 7:7-12 and I realized for the first time what the Bible means when it says that Jesus fulfilled the law … Continue reading

Posted in Bible | Tagged , , | Leave a comment