Demons & Thieves – A Novel by Brae Wyckoff

  Brae Wyckoff is the founder of San Diego Kingdom Writers Association, and acclaimed fantasy author (and incidentally, a dear friend). Brae has taken his talent for storytelling and branched out of fantasy into a piece of historical fiction that still bears his uncanny knack for the extraordinary that traces the story of the two […]

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Light Me Up – Release by Kyme Dang

  I have had the pleasure of getting to know my friend Kyme Dang, a wonderfully talented artist, fashion designer, and musician through San Diego Kingdom Writer’s Association over the past year or so. Kyme is releasing her new EP, EPOCH on March 20. Kyme’s music is lyrically compelling and reminiscent of some of Common and Lauryn […]

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Fr. John Behr on the Gospel of John

I am currently reading the Gospel of John for Lent out of David Bentley Hart’s New Testament. Hart, belongs to Eastern Orthodoxy, and is one of the most important theol translation is a landmark work that has far reaching implications and it is well worth reading. Fr. John Behr, also an Orthodox scholar, is one […]

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Mother Among Saints

For January   The stars peer through tiny holes poked in the black night to remind you that Light shines beyond the darkness, upon the dark within, where the lonely road winds through the waterless wasteland.   Still, you are graced with quiet motion and courage in the silent moment, with outstretched wings to embrace  […]

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A Surf Session for Sam

I wrote this piece back in 2002 about my brother, and found it while I was going through some of my old work while I was doing some spring cleaning today. As teenagers we would spend most of our summers up and down the coast in San Diego surfing. This poem is based of a […]

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Lenten Hymn

(See sources below) Lenten Hymn Midwinter frost on the predawn window peers out into darkness through the mists of time to Sinai’s mountain; where the darkness of God roars from the secret place of thunder, the sound of boulders crack and tumble over the cobblestones of a storm-tossed shore. Moses recalls the consuming Fire of […]

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On Natural Theology

The following are compiled from material I developed a few years back at Jed Paschall’s Blog, which I am closing down. These posts, which I will present in long form as a complete series deal with Natural Law and James Barr’s critique of 20th Century Dialectical theologians. They also delve into intra-Reformed debates on the role of […]

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