Podcast · THINKING IT THROUGH with Jerome Danner Podcast

Episode 50 – @tacollin (Thomas Collings) & @eduneret (Eduardo Neret) on #Bannon’s Exit, Charlottesville, & Trump’s Comments

Next on Thinking It Through:  I talk Charlottesville, Trump’s statements about the events that took place, and Steve Bannon’s exit from the White House with my guests, Pastor Thomas Collings and (in the last segment) Eduardo Neret.  This is the 50th episode and it includes the 1st “commercial” for the podcast ever.  Check it out!  (EXCUSE… Continue reading Episode 50 – @tacollin (Thomas Collings) & @eduneret (Eduardo Neret) on #Bannon’s Exit, Charlottesville, & Trump’s Comments

Poems & Other Writings

Everyone Does Not See Racism Everyday……

Racism.  Goodness, I am so tired of seeing this word or accusations of it.  I am tired of people inflating issues to make it seem like the issues surrounding race or skin color today is akin to the racism of old.  I believe that it is not. I honestly do try to be patient and… Continue reading Everyone Does Not See Racism Everyday……

Political and Social Commentary

#Charlottesville, Lord, Charlottesville

(Photo via Sami Shah) How despairing it is to hear of news that one lost their life, possibly, due to the lack of understanding of the importance of civil discourse.  When protests take place over matters that typically cause some persons to emote in anger and display outrageous behavior, it may be important, for the… Continue reading #Charlottesville, Lord, Charlottesville

Poems & Other Writings

BOOK REVIEW – “BOOKED: LITERATURE IN THE SOUL OF ME” by Karen Swallow Prior

I just completed a book entitled, “BOOKED: Literature in the Soul of Me,” written by Karen Swallow Prior.  When I write that I just got done with reading it, I do mean that literally because I finished it about two minutes before 2015 went from future to present.  I had been intending to wrap this… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – “BOOKED: LITERATURE IN THE SOUL OF ME” by Karen Swallow Prior

Christian Faith · Poems & Other Writings

BOOK REVIEW – NOT GOD’S TYPE: AN ATHEIST ACADEMIC LAYS DOWN HER ARMS by Holly Ordway

From start to finish of Not God’s Type, Holly Ordway gives an honest account of her exploration into Christian theism (specifically Catholicism) from atheism, all the while reflecting on different writings that influenced her thinking and change of heart.  She writes in a way that is very “simple” (I use this word loosely), not to… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – NOT GOD’S TYPE: AN ATHEIST ACADEMIC LAYS DOWN HER ARMS by Holly Ordway

Daily Prompt Responses

My Wife is the Boss (If She Ain’t Happy, Then I Guess I Can’t Be Either)

I remember growing up and learning (as a Christian) that the man is supposed to be the “head” of the household.  I won’t go into interpretation and try to debate some point Biblical point here, but I am grateful that my own father showed me (what I think to be) a healthy view of this… Continue reading My Wife is the Boss (If She Ain’t Happy, Then I Guess I Can’t Be Either)

Podcast · THINKING IT THROUGH with Jerome Danner Podcast

Episode 49 – Peter Robinson Interview – On Being a Speechwriter for #RonaldReagan & #GeorgeHWBush, the #Berlin Wall Address, & the Hoover Institution

Next on Thinking It Through:  I get the chance to interview Mr. Peter Robinson, Hoover Institution Research Fellow and host of Uncommon Knowledge.  We speak about what led him to being a speechwriter for Vice President George H. W. Bush and President Ronald Reagan and the famous Berlin Wall Address that President Reagan gave and… Continue reading Episode 49 – Peter Robinson Interview – On Being a Speechwriter for #RonaldReagan & #GeorgeHWBush, the #Berlin Wall Address, & the Hoover Institution