Tag Archives: Noah

Drunken Noah Redux

We shall now return to the story of drunken Noah as the response to that article received some very unexpected information. But first, let’s recall the moral dilemma posed by Genesis 9:20-29. Here, Noah as one of his first post-flood acts¬†plants a vineyard, which many Biblical readers immediately identify as problematic. Uh-oh…alcohol. But we are […]

Speaking of a screwing…finished my taxes. At least I’m not Canaan.

The process is ridiculously complex; it seems odd we have tolerated it for so long. I feel like I’m getting screwed because I don’t work for the railroad or the fishing industry. And what’s so damn special about Lake County in Indiana?¬† The twisted part is, I kind of feel good because I’m getting some […]