You Are Called

You Are Called

I don’t often disagree with Seth Godin. In fact, I most often emphatically agree with him and spread his wisdom across my social media realm, such as it is. And my disagreement with him today is one based on a combination of semantics and a difference in worldview. Mr. Godin presents the idea that we… Continue Reading

The Carpet Bag

The Carpet Bag

In Chapter 2: The Carpet Bag, Ishmael sets out from Manhatto to Cape Horn to board a ship to Nantucket where he could board a whaling ship. He missed the ship from Cape Horn to Nantucket and has to stay in Cape Horn for two nights. He doesn’t have much money, so he passes a… Continue Reading

Loomings

Loomings

I was encouraged today by R. C. Sproul to read Moby Dick. To my recollection, it’s never been required reading for me, and I’ve never had the desire to read “a really long book about a whale hunt.” I know I’ve mentally oversimplified and discarded Moby Dick from my personal library as unnecessary and unwanted. But… Continue Reading