“Am I Acting How Christ Would?”: A Response to “A Christian’s Response to the Orlando Shootings”

I haven’t said anything about what happened in Orlando because I wasn’t exactly sure what kind of words I wanted to use. And then, a friend linked me to this incredibly callous and homophobic Odyssey article, and I kind of figured out something.

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Odyssey Article Round-Up: June 6th (AKA, THE LAST ONE!)

I have officially finished writing for the Odyssey, but there are two finally articles I figured I should probably share. As far as I know, my writer page there is going to continue to stay live.

Odyssey Article Round-Up, May 2nd

I meant to post this last Friday, since there are new articles out now. My bad.

Here are the ones from this week:

Again, since it’s easier to provide links in a bulk post rather than making individual ones, here’s what you might have missed from┬áthe last couple of weeks.

Last note: depending on whether or not your browser has been updated with the new site, you can now follow specific writers on the Odyssey website. So, if you like the articles I’ve been writing, you can follow me and keep track of everything I’m posting regardless of whether or not I’ve linked to it here.

 

Odyssey Article Round-Up, April 15th

I’ve been a little remiss in sharing links to my articles here as well as on Facebook and Twitter. Here’s what you might have missed:

And from last week:

Keep an eye out for next week–there’s going to be some journals, books, and cleaning tips.

The Curse of Strahd, Parts 1, 2, and 3

I wrote a three-parter this week on my friend’s recent DnD campaign, which is following “The Curse of Strahd.” If you have any qualms about spoilers, don’t click through.

If you do want to read them, however, links can be found below:

  1. “I’m Looking for Baby-Shaped Things”
  2. “Why Don’t We Just…Leave?”
  3. “I KNEW IT.”

If you like them, share them with your friends on Facebook.

“Now I Get It. I Died And Went To White Boy Hell.”

“Batman V Superman” gave me the firm reminder that I can’t expect DC and Warner Brothers to ever put out a Superboy movie–even though he’s just as much a 90’s kid as the majority of their audience. I wrote about my gripe with it at The Odyssey.

If you’re frustrated too, share it around on Facebook.