The Complexity of Sociopolitical Issues in the Age of Polarization

In my twenty one plus years alive, I have held or considered every political position short of fascism and communism. I have considered socialism and the Tea Party, libertarianism, anarchy and everything in between. I was a convinced minarchist for a while. Essentially that is Libertarianism to an extreme. Pretty much everything except the military… Read More The Complexity of Sociopolitical Issues in the Age of Polarization

You Probably Won’t Change the World and That’s Okay: Finding Beauty and Meaning in the Mundane and Freedom from Unrealistic Expectations as an Ordinary Christian

I happen to be in the generation known as the millennials, all of whom seem to be naïve and egotistical enough to think they can save the world. There are more “movements” and non-profits, often based on bad economics, than we know what to do with. We don’t volunteer in nursing homes anymore, because why… Read More You Probably Won’t Change the World and That’s Okay: Finding Beauty and Meaning in the Mundane and Freedom from Unrealistic Expectations as an Ordinary Christian