As part of my doctoral studies, this summer, I am diving deep into early Early Christianity. That’s not a typo. Early Christianity, also known as the Patristic Era (from the phrase Church Fathers), spans from the late first century (when the last books of the Bible were completed) through the seventh century. My focus this … Continue reading Foreigner-Citizens: Paradox or Purpose?
A recent piece on The Ringer asked, “What’s the deal with the new-look Lakers?” That is a good question. The Lakers, after acquiring LeBron James, subsequently went on to resign Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to a 1 year $12 million deal and renounced Julius Randle, allowing him to sign as a free agent with the Pelicans. They … Continue reading A theory about what the Lakers are doing in Free Agency
Ok, I know what you’re thinking: this is a dumb title; therefore, it must be a dumb article. I plead with you to continue reading; it will be worth your time. Michael Jordan was clearly a better basketball player than Scottie Pippen (maybe?). In the eyes of most, Jordan is the GOAT (Greatest of All-Time … Continue reading Jordan vs. Pippen: Who’s the Greatest Chicago Bull?
I love Biblical Theology. I also love the story of David and Goliath. It is a family favorite for reading to our kids from their Jesus Storybook Bible. Recently, Timothy Brindle released a rap album called The Unfolding. The entire album is a lesson in Biblical Theology. Check out the lyrics below for his song, … Continue reading Let this rap song transform how you read the story of David and Goliath
1. Tony Parker franchise ranks:— 1st in assists (6,829)— 2nd in wins (999)— 2nd in titles (4)— 3rd in field goals (7564)— 3rd in win shares (110.4)— 4th in points (18,943)— 5th in steals (1,032)— 8th in rebounds (3,313)— 8th in 3-pointers (506) — Quixem Ramirez (@quixem) July 6, 2018 2. 3. Report: Parker's quad … Continue reading You do the math . . .
Paul George is a pretty good three point shooter. He is career 36% and actually shot a career high 40% this year. However, there is a minor mechanical flaw in his jumper that might be holding him from improving to an elite-level three point field goal percentage in the mid to upper 40s. Mid … Continue reading Is Paul George’s left thumb keeping him from becoming an elite 3pt Shooter?