From all of us at Rogue Millennials, we wish you a Happy Advent. I’ll be honest, though; this is the first time I’ve ever really observed Advent in any way. Before this holiday season, it was only ever just something with that candle wreath thing at the Methodist church where my family goes... Continue Reading →
A guest post from fellow Rogue Milliennial, Zachariah Martin. Okay, so I have to apologize. Doubtless you have read the title of this and quickly assumed that it is an accusatory piece. Props to you if you didn’t though. I wrote this not to accuse anybody, almost the opposite actually, but more on that later.... Continue Reading →
A common misconception about Jesus is that he never claimed to be God. Many who deny his divinity love to point this out. It is true, he never actually said the words “I am God,” but what he didn’t say is not as important as what he did say. And there are times where what... Continue Reading →
A great read for anyone who wants to dig deeper into the origins of Christianity and the rise of the Jesus movement from obscure backwater cult to worldwide prominence.
One of my favorite book series is the Time Quintet by Madeline L'Engle. Within that series, there is a book called A Swiftly Tilting Planet. L'Engle puts her own spin on Saint Patrick's Breastplate in the story; the characters use it as a sort of prayer/spell hybrid to defeat the "powers of darkness." Here's her version of the... Continue Reading →