Five Writing Tips from Bradbury, King, Lewis, White and Hemingway

Originally written for the opinions section of The Chimes, it was moved over to the Arts and Entertainment (A&E) section for the print version of The Chimes. However, I have come to find out it was posted online back in the Opinions section of The Chimes. Whichever this article is properly classified under,  it was … Continue reading Five Writing Tips from Bradbury, King, Lewis, White and Hemingway

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Kavanaugh Evidence – Extended Cut

The previous article I wrote for The Chimes, covered both an updated account of the accusers and addressed the "it's not a court room" argument. However, the original version of the article included an extended cut on just the evidence from the three accusers - who they are, what they claim, and how those claims … Continue reading Kavanaugh Evidence – Extended Cut

MacArthur’s Statement on Social Justice leaves Evangelical Christianity divided and unclear

Originally, this piece was a filler article - that's when a budgeted article falls through and you have two hours to scour the internet for a replacement story. However, the short deadline didn't prohibit this story from becoming a decent piece. A few students, along with a few fellow readers,  praised it for its clarity … Continue reading MacArthur’s Statement on Social Justice leaves Evangelical Christianity divided and unclear

Today’s Tolerance Movement Contradicts Christianity

Originally written for The Chimes, here, I thought this article came out well. However, my original argument was going to take Dr. William Lane Craig's version, but, alas, I thought of a different way of constructing it. Unfortunately for my editing skills, I forgot to remove the 'William Lane Craig' tag from the online article. … Continue reading Today’s Tolerance Movement Contradicts Christianity

Why the letter accusing Kavanaugh of Sexual Assault Falls Flat

An opinion piece I wrote for The Chimes, following Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination hearing. This article drew much flack from both Facebook and online readers. However, I believe the aim of this article was clearly presented: here are the current facts, and, given that we must assess the evidence, it appears the democratic party … Continue reading Why the letter accusing Kavanaugh of Sexual Assault Falls Flat