When WWJD Goes Bad

Most people are familiar with the New York mafia. The Commission, made up of the Five Families ruled the underworld with the precision of a hidden underground mafia organization. (Sometimes, I just don’t feel like coming up with analogies!) What people fail to realize is the fact that there was one ruling family, The Vaticano, …

There Is Nothing To Fear

Recently, I received a recommendation to review an article from PsychologyToday.com. The piece was written by Dr. Ken Eisold and titled The Fear of Atheism. Apparently, the United States has more in common with “lesser developed” nations, than other “Western” countries. Basically, Dr. Eisold believes that most Americans are overly religious and afraid of atheists. …

A Wish Granted

     Some people believe that thirty-three is old. To those people I say, you probably won’t live to see thirty-three; GOOD LUCK! This challenge began with a simple encounter. “What challenge are you referring to?” Read this post to catch up to speed: A Challenge. It was a beautiful day in Los Angeles (When isn’t …

A Challenge

     I don’t like the fact that “god’s” existence is something that can be questioned. Human beings should be able to come to an agreement on this issue. Since my birthday is fast approaching, I created a challenge which will help to answer the question, once and for all. I wanted to attend mass today …

What Does That Even Mean

Thanks to a suggestion from Jess, this post will aim to shine a light on several sayings which make, absolutely, no sense. Some of these were plagiarized directly from her. “People who live in glass houses should not throw stones.” This just sends a bad message to the children. My nephew does not live in …

Five Years Of Reminiscence

     Some of you may have noticed the number seven followed a date, at the end of yesterday’s post. The dedication was for my deceased cousin, Kevin, who died on the same date, five years ago; 12/8/06. To read about his tragic accident click the link: Kevin Fidalgo. (Here is the link to the other …

The Revelation

Heaven’s Angels   A Lesson   The Laws   The Tradition  The Myth  Fallon The Blind Dolphin I sat in my room and patiently waited for Joan to show up. For some reason, I sensed she would not appear; something changed. As I sat on the couch and thought, I realized there was only one difference; I was …

Great Interviews, BUT…

This entry is my review of Lee Strobel’s book, The Case For Christ. Strobel was a self-proclaimed atheist who used his journalism background to discover Jesus. He is now a Christian and a fervent believer. The book starts with a compelling story which immediately gains the sympathy of the reader. The tale is of a …

I Read A Book And I Liked It

I must say, Penn Jillette’s book,God No!, was an enjoyable read. The book is subtitled, Signs You May Already Be An Atheist And Other Magical Tales, but this is not a book about how to become an atheist. This is simply an entertaining read by a man who happens to be an atheist. In fact, …

The Myth

This entry is the fifth of a series. Heaven’s Angels   A Lesson   The Laws   The Tradition Joan returned on schedule, but I was concerned because she appeared to be visibly upset. She didn’t say hello, in fact she didn’t say anything; Joan just stood in the middle of my room and stared at me, indignantly. …