Mmk. Here are things I want to write about, in no particular order.

  1. The tension between “Intentionality” and our “Nature,” and how laziness and doubt are difficult to overcome
  2. A thorough analysis of an evolution-backed Camus-esque worldview. Can this provide robust answers to philosophical problems?
  3. Peirce’s “The Fixation of Belief”
  4. One on Nietzsche that is like a words-battle between him and God. I’m not sure how to do this though, because I have to avoid the ethical problem of putting words in God’s mouth…
  5. A thorough analysis of political correctness
  6. The term “Spirit” in contrast to weariness, and why having spirit in life is hard, but why we are allowed to have spirit. (Preview: basically, the answer is the Gospel)
  7. The School of Masters: a little imaginative fiction story about walking around an open air university with various masters elucidating on various topics
  8. A standard one on the beauty of the diversity of the Church
  9. More follow-ups to my gender articles
  10. One describing mirth
  11. A caution in critiquing the Church
  12. Contemplations on why I believe in God
  13. A standard one on TULIP
  14. A thank you to my friends for the great debt I owe them of being normal people
  15. Answering this question: How does the notion of progress work into Chesterton’s framework?
  16. Analyzing the idea of strength in weakness. What that means and what that doesn’t mean.
  17. A contemplation of Proverbs 26:1-12
  18. Why I am not: a Theosophist, a Catholic, a Muslim, a Buddhist, an atheist, a Hindu, a Jew, a Satanist
  19. An essay on Mad Max
  20. Shame and guilt as a part of repentance
  21. (God help me) Women in the Church
  22. (God help me) some words on the role of modesty in women’s clothing in the modern world
  23. One on why I like the EPC’s motto
  24. An analysis of entitlement and what we deserve
  25. A discussion of privilege
  26. One on why science should never be disrespected, but instead be seen as integral to life. Definitely tying very closely into Charles Sanders Peirce.
  27. One on abortion and the debate over its ethicality
  28. (God help me) some thoughts that helped me be more at peace with my beliefs on homosexuality
  29. Analyzing one of Jesus’ most radical commandments: “Do not resist the one who is evil.” What this means and what it doesn’t mean.
  30. An experiential post on how quiet time can be unbelievably hard
  31. An essay on FEEL.
  32. An essay on the decline of Benjamin Clementine
  33. A rudimentary essay on alcohol
  34. A diss of Drake
  35. A reflection on 2 Peter 3:16b-17
  36. A discussion of the importance of the creed
  37. The doctrine that our minds our sinful, and what that implies and doesn’t imply
  38. One on the fact that history is not calm, and we shouldn’t expect the present to be calm, but we should act despite of that, and that is what courage is anyways
  39. A reply to Ill Mind of Hopsin 7