“While I appreciate the fact the so-called “Matthew 18 principle” prohibits gossip and slander, many Christians treat the “Matthew 18 principle” as a kind of theological-bureaucratic rigmarole that must be blown through before the real work of dismantling someone’s reputation or career can be “righteously” undertaken. I find it telling that the eighteenth chapter ofContinue reading “Other Compelling Lessons I Learned From “The Crown””
But my most played song of the year is 32 minutes and 14 seconds long.
For what it’s worth, I’m making my annual viewing of The Life Aquatic this Friday night. If you would like to watch the film at this time and on this date, as well, wherever you hail from, we could be together in spirit, etc.
Registration is now open for The Divine Comedy for Beginners, the second class from GibbsClassical.com. You can learn more about the 12 week class on GibbsClassical.com and you can register by following this link. The class is being offered on two different levels: Student ($265) and Auditor ($215). Space is limited on the Student level.
While generally not one to look for silver linings, the pandemic is putting a pinch on art museums, who have accordingly begun selling off paintings in their permanent collections in order to stay alive. Every museum selling off art to stay alive has started with their 20th century garbage. I think we are ready toContinue reading “Madness… Ending?”
Seen At 8:12AM a poem by Joshua Gibbs I ate your plumber *plums They were 🔥 lol
You can now register at GibbsClassical.com to take my Foundations of Modern Politics class online in the fall. In the class, we will cover The Social Contract, The Communist Manifesto, Reflections on the Revolution in France, and Plato’s Republic. The class will meet Friday afternoons between late August and Christmas, is open to anyone 15Continue reading “GibbsClassical.com Is Now Live”
I’ve recorded an audio version of my short story “1983 (Church Calendar),” which you can download here. “1983 (Church Calendar)” is taken from Blasphemers, my most recent book, which is available as an e-book on Amazon.
I highly commend the free preview which the Met Opera is presently running. One free opera per day. This evening, my family watched a bit of Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmélites and it was spectacular.