[By Julie Wang'ombe] Imagine its exam day at a university. Anyone who’s ever been a student, as I currently am, knows that in any class, there’s a ‘colorful’ range of students. The serious; the cavalier; the ‘brilliant without much effort” the “must work twice as hard to do half as well as the average person” … Continue reading When ‘good’ professors fail ‘good’ students and how it relates to Christianity.
Infinity... in 26 letters, Eternity... in decaying pages, God's vocabulary... in man's handwriting, The deepest secret... in public pages, The brightest light... in black ink, Profoundest truth... in simple strokes, Greatest treasure... in cheapest paper, Deepest love... in shallowest phrases, A masterpiece... in ordinary font, Immortal words... in mortal handwriting, Heaven's blueprint... in earthly pen … Continue reading His Word, in My Words
For something so short, the commentary on Ruth Matete's dress is rather long. This post, then, can only come as a thread in an otherwise elaborate fabric of feedback. For those who don't know Matete, or "didn't see" her dress (no pun intended), she was the winner of last year's season (5) of Tusker Project … Continue reading A Cut ABove the Rest: A Lesson from Ruth Matete’s Dress
Blaise Pascal reasoned that we should believe God exists because it is in our self-interest to do so. If we don't believe God exists, the worst case scenario is going to hell. But if we believe God exists, the best case scenario is going to heaven. The problem with Pascal's wager is that it is … Continue reading It Is Not Safer to Believe in God
When I walked into the church on Sunday, I immediately knew it will be a long morning. I had arrived on time, and that was the problem. You see, I just didn't feel like singing today. In fact, I haven't felt like singing for a while now. These days I am actually happy when I … Continue reading Why I Didn’t Sing in Church Last Sunday