The Christian Problem with Christian Women in STEM

In the wake of its departing editor's screed against Trump supporters, the magazine continues going down the Convergence path. This is an old question but now that it's being asked in a specifically Christian context, we can take the gloves off. Why Do Fewer Christian Women Work in Science? By Elaine Howard Ecklund and … Continue reading The Christian Problem with Christian Women in STEM

The Left Can’t Game

The Left can't meme and I missed it when they also tried to game. Turns out, the Pozzed journalist that lit off GamerGate, Leigh Alexander, consulted on a no-gamer game called Sunset (2015). The result was... well, you probably never heard of it, either. Gaming without Gamers Doesn’t Work By Ian Miles Cheong, 10 … Continue reading The Left Can’t Game

New York Continues To Burn After Bail Ends

As if my last post on the topic wasn't damning enough! 5 members of Chilean theft crew charged in North Shore burglaries, DA says By Robert Brodsky, 6 March 2020 Five members of a Chilean theft crew, sent to Long Island by an organized crime syndicate, have been charged with burglarizing four homes on … Continue reading New York Continues To Burn After Bail Ends

Physiognomy: Prosecutor Save-A-Ho

Why did Placer County prosecutor Timothy Delgado commit suicide after murdering his wife of four months? Answer: *pic* Ouch. OUCH! Duuude, she got da crazy eyes! You know the frivorce court is out of control when even a Federal prosecutor chooses murder/suicide over wife-buyer's remorse. Some facts per Timothy Delgado, age 43; wife Tamara … Continue reading Physiognomy: Prosecutor Save-A-Ho

State Of the Church 2020: Five Trends

The Barna polling group recently released a "State of the Church 2020" report on Christian trends in worship. Ideal blog material! Let's get fisky. Five Trends Defining Americans' Relationship to Churches Churchgoing is a dynamic part of U.S. society. New research from Barna Group shows the ways in which Americans are maintaining—and renegotiating—their connections … Continue reading State Of the Church 2020: Five Trends

Imam Helps J.D. Greear Converge the Church

Making good on my predictions of Social Justice and Convergence, Greear has recently hosted a dialogue with an unrepentant Muslim to find common ground and encourage Christians to become comfortable accommodating the wishes of unbelievers. Since I didn't have the transcript, I fisked two articles instead of one. Infiltration and convergence often takes the form … Continue reading Imam Helps J.D. Greear Converge the Church

Confessions Of A Silicon Valley Office Manager

Move over, Canterbury Tales! I've found a new source of debauched entertainment: San Francisco Confessions! A couple are NSFW such as "I Lie About Being Monogamous" but this one is okay and full of "learning experiences": The Horrifying Things I’ve Seen as an Office Manager in Silicon Valley Anonymous, 27 February 2020 I … Continue reading Confessions Of A Silicon Valley Office Manager

Bubble Boy Batman!

I'm trying hard to not notice the Kung Flu but a comic book crossover did the trick. Bonus, I give the Bat-finger to an architect! Chinese architect unveils a personal bubble that heats up to temperatures high enough to KILL the coronavirus Your first red flag is its being designed by an architect, not … Continue reading Bubble Boy Batman!