• Dawn of the Nuclear Age

    Was the use of atomic bombs (the first use of nuclear weapons in history) on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki justified? The Japanese were at that time fiercely devoted to Emperor Hirohito, who they regarded as divine. Fighting at Okinawa and elsewhere showed the Japanese forces were fanatical and would fight tenaciously to […]

  • Ukraine and American Interventionism

    Once again we see neoconservatives and neoliberals pushing for an all-out war between Russia and America. This is sheer insanity and utter folly. America is not the world’s police. Have we learned nothing in the past 50 years? American interventionism has cost us trillions of dollars, and thousands of American lives, it’s generated lots of […]

  • 1960s Folk Music Medley

    The first song is Both Sides Now by Judy Collins. Lyrics Bows and flows of angel hairAnd ice cream castles in the airAnd feathered canyons everywhereI’ve looked at clouds that way But now they only block the sunThey rain and snow on everyoneSo many things I would have doneBut clouds got in my way I’ve […]

  • Autumn Haiku

    “Morning Walk“ The leaves fall down slowlyShades of orange, yellow, and redBeautiful bright hues by Zachary Uram(c) 2022 “Rain“ Cold rain swiftly fallsI see my breath crystallizeThe sun slowly sets by Zachary Uram(c) 2022 “Ravens“ Ravens crow loudlyI see them flying above meSuch majestic birds by Zachary Uram(c) 2022

  • The Geneva Bible: The Reformers’ Bible

    What exactly is the Geneva Bible and what is its significance? The Geneva Bible was first published in 1560. It was the first translation to use chapter divisions and numbered verses and became the most popular version of its time because of the extensive marginal notes and annotations. Some of those notes were very controversial. […]

  • Some Thoughts on the Lord’s Day

    Oh what a mysteryThat the Creator of the universeShould humble HimselfAnd incarnate as a man Who can fathom thisMiracle of miraclesThe omnipotent and sovereign GodAs a creature What depths of loveDrove the God-Man to usTo redeem wretched mankindSuch love is eternal Born to a virginChrist lived among usHe was sinless, perfect in every wayHe experienced […]

  • Farewell Cruel World

    Oh world of pain and strife Jesus, take me Home from this tragic life I long to be with the Lord And free of this wicked world No more suffering and misery As Christians, this is our destiny So I bid farewell to every family member and friend I have reached the end I’ll soon […]

  • The Glorious Protestant Reformation: Some Thoughts on Reformation Day

    On this day, October 31st, in the year of our Lord, 1517, an Augustinian friar (monk) in the Roman Catholic church, Martin Luther (1483-1546), who was also a theologian, priest, and a professor at the University at Wittenberg, nailed his 95 theses, which were theological problems he saw with Catholic theology as well as practices […]

  • Fantastic MLJ sermon!

    Here is a wonderful and edifying sermon by Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones! The sermon is titled “Christ, who is God“. A Sermon on Romans 9:4-5 They are Israelites, and to them belong the adoption, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the worship, and the promises. To them belong the patriarchs, and from their […]

  • The Reformed Church in America: Dating and Dysfunction

    It’s not easy being a 47-year-old (never married) single Reformed man, who is disabled and suffering from severe mental illnesses, in America and looking for a godly wife. I’m in a Reformed singles group on Facebook and after several years of careful observation, I must sadly recognize that the vast majority of the Reformed women […]