Thoughts on Chronic Pain from a Caretaker

Chronic pain is a largely misunderstood and societally inconvenient condition. It is obviously inconvenient for the sufferer, but it is also inconvenient to society and to the sufferer's family, since the state of the sufferer and the precise nature of their experiences is very difficult to translate to others, which reduces their ability to empathize, … Continue reading Thoughts on Chronic Pain from a Caretaker

Saul, David, and Solomon as Eras in the Church

Saul, David, and Solomon all reigned for 40 years each, and these are correlated to general eras of the progression of institutional Christianity and political events in Europe. While specific rulers bear characteristics of Saul, David, and Solomon, the point is not to equate individuals historically but eras which have undeniable parallels and continuity with … Continue reading Saul, David, and Solomon as Eras in the Church