It looks to be that Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee. I'm not too pleased with that, but let me be honest: I identify more with Trump supporters than I do with those who hate him. Let me … [Read more...] about The Hypocrisy of Trump Haters
By "philosophy" I mean how to think and how to live. These are my deepest and most cutting thoughts. Don't venture lightly, and don't be easily offended.
My 9-year-old son came across a disgraceful picture of me on the Internet, a photoshopped gangster/pimp looking mockery of me with crazy eyes and a fat money chain around my neck. Its creator was … [Read more...] about A Meditation on Christian Hatred
I realize I spend too much time thinking of them, those people who wake every morning with an extreme hatred for that which I love. I used to find comfort in pretending they didn't exist. … [Read more...] about Handling Hate
I tested VidAngel Sunday night with my family. We rented Creed for a total of $1, a great deal, without ever leaving my living room. But I saved much more: I got to choose which swear words and dicey … [Read more...] about Our New Movie-Streaming Option
I know that I should ignore unhelpful criticism, but there is one that gets under my skin. The judgment that says, "Chris Jeub, you're faking it." Faking joy, faking smiles, faking love. Let me … [Read more...] about Faking It
Am I the only person who sees the lacking vision in Western thought today? It does not appear that any of our leaders (or potential leaders) has a reasonable response to the tragedy in Brussels, and a … [Read more...] about The West’s Response to Brussels Is Wrong