Author Archives: henrywm

About henrywm

I am a graduate from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary with a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology. I am interested in Christian theology and church history. I also enjoy science fiction and stories which wrestle with deep questions.

Arwen Continues to Amuse Me

My cat Arwen continues to provide amusement. A month or so ago I was sitting at my desk when I noticed her rolling on the floor in the corner. That was strange, and so I asked, “Buddy, what are you … Continue reading

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More Movie Reviews Are Coming

I hope to do another religious/philosophical themes movie review sometime in the next month or so. I have several movies in mind. Here are some that I am considering. I have not decided which one I will review next, but … Continue reading

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Love Your Furry Friends

Last Sunday I watched A Street Cat Named Bob on Netflix after stumbling across a YouTube clip reporting on this story. The movie is based on the true story of a street musician in London named James Bowen who is … Continue reading

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Struggles with Writing Fiction

People who follow this blog will know that I got back into writing last year, but that was not my first return to writing. I made periodic attempts a year or two before that, but most of them were not … Continue reading

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Brainstorming on a Pallet

At work on Monday last week I thought about some writing ideas while stocking items in the warehouse. To make sure I did not forget them, I wrote some brief notes on a piece of cardboard. When the bell sounded … Continue reading

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Bucket List

Do you have a list of dreams, goals for life? They could be career goals, persona goals, or fun things you dream of doing. What do you want to do before you die? Here is my list, so far. Get … Continue reading

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People Need to Learn to Read

Reviewing favorite books from my childhood brings back an important aspect of my childhood for which I am thankful. I was raised to be a reader. When I was a child, my mother did not let my sisters and me … Continue reading

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