A haunting protest song from 1993 has returned to popular playlists in 2018. The lyrics of Zombie mourn the cruel, irrational things people do to one another, and ask, “What’s in your head? What’s in your head?”1 It’s not the conditions of a decaying world that motivate the rage, havoc and destruction we inflict … More In Your Head
The first homicide in the Bible happens on page 3! With a handgun you can instantly destroy another life by accident, without even thinking. But beating someone to death with your fists….? And the killer not only gets away with it, but he literally receives a divine tattoo warning others not to harm him! We … More Blood of My Brother
We all believe in Eden. It’s why the Bible still haunts our godless age. Even unbelievers and pagans who have never opened the Book of Genesis hunger for that place where everything works the way our hearts say it should. We continue to bet heavily on marriage, even after so much wreckage from divorce, mindless … More Return to the Lost Kingdom
The Library of Congress in Washington D.C. celebrates history and literature on a global scale. And the first thing you notice upon entering this architectural showplace is an original copy of the Gutenberg Bible. That’s right, the centerpiece of the elaborate, sprawling exhibition is a copy of the Holy Bible. Read the printed museum card … More History’s Most Dangerous Book
The feminist complaint is that society has always favored men; that history is male; and that the moment has come for women to demand what they want. The sad, irony is that women are being shafted by the culture once again… and they’re cooperating in the crime. Pop culture continues its enduring tradition of encouraging … More Hollywood Hates Women
History has been unkind to girls, and I’m not thinking about sleazy Hollywood producers trying to seduce budding actresses. For most of the history of the world, girls were not given an education; women were not permitted to inherit; and only men were allowed to have careers. Even today in vast regions of the world … More Hey, Beautiful!
Peter Pan is not a selfless hero in the book that inspired the movies and the musical. In the pages of James M. Barrie’s novel, Peter is generally a brat, inconsiderate of others and obsessed with his own whims and amusements. His interest in Wendy, for example, is never romantic; mostly just his need for … More Lost Boys