Current Happenings and Future Plans for the Blog

Life has been quite hectic lately. It’s increasingly difficult to find time to write on the blog. I should have more time to write a few weeks from now, and once that time comes I should be able to make progress on a lot of the ideas I’ve been wanting to develop here. For theContinue reading “Current Happenings and Future Plans for the Blog”

Do “Monkey-Typewriter” Arguments Work?

There is a famous analogy that is used in discussion of highly improbable events – that of monkeys sitting at a typewriter, banging away at the keys. It is said in this parable that, given enough time, the monkey will type out Hamlet, or a Shakespeaean sonnet, or the complete works of Shakespeare, or someContinue reading “Do “Monkey-Typewriter” Arguments Work?”

An Ethical Exploration of Looting and Rioting

After the horrible death of George Floyd recently, there have been a lot of riots. This is something we expect, but less expected are the many instances of looting that have been done in the name of protest against this injustice. This is a much less common and much less discussed phenomena. How do weContinue reading “An Ethical Exploration of Looting and Rioting”

A Tribute to Ravi Zacharias

Today, we have lost a giant. This morning, Ravi Zacharias passed away from his battle with cancer. He leaves behind a wife, three children, and thousands upon thousands of lives that he touched deeply with the gospel message and God’s untold love for us. I thought I’d take an opportunity to make a gesture ofContinue reading “A Tribute to Ravi Zacharias”

Some Thoughts on Mental Health

One of my closest friends, on hearing I was going to start doing some writing, brought me the following questions she was curious to hear me address: Have you felt that math and the thought processes that you use to solve math problems have aided you in better understanding your mental health? Or made itContinue reading “Some Thoughts on Mental Health”