November 18, 2017

Ask Chaplain Mike: Eagle’s Questions (part one)

By Chaplain Mike To me, one of the most enjoyable aspects of writing on Internet Monk involves getting to "meet" people from a variety of backgrounds who come here to discuss their thoughts and share their experiences. It is a … [Continue reading...]

Help, Please

Update: As of Monday night, we have received more than $900 in donations for the Palmers. Thus we are more than halfway toward getting a new laptop to replace the one stolen from Adam Friday night. I want to thank each of you for … [Continue reading...]

Ask Chaplain Mike: Considering Miracles

By Chaplain Mike Today we return to our "Ask Chaplain Mike" posts. This afternoon's inquiry comes from a friend who sets forth a question many are asking in our day. He wants to know how people in this scientific age can … [Continue reading...]


By Chaplain Mike Today's Gospel: John 20:19-23 enclosed in a dark house alone with my own fear reluctant to go out, to deal with life to exert the energy it takes to listen to my tiresome neighbor complain about his … [Continue reading...]

iMonk Classic: The Preeminent Question

Classic iMonk Post by Michael Spencer From June 2, 2005 Today's classic post features some always pertinent, always applicable words of wisdom from Michael Spencer. While discussing the doctrine of election the other day, … [Continue reading...]

Saturday Ramblings 6.11.11

A hearty Rambler thanks to Adam Palmer for filling in last week in a great way. I was "on assignment," watching my niece graduate from high school, visiting family, and spending a great day with some of my fellow iMonks. First … [Continue reading...]

A Music Break

By Chaplain Mike For your Friday night listening pleasure, to help you unwind after a week of creation talk, a studio session by Paul Simon, playing a song from his new album. It's a tongue-in-cheek, bureaucratic vision of … [Continue reading...]

The Skinny on Science and Creation

By Chaplain Mike We Christians continue to have quite a discussion on the early chapters of Genesis and how they relate to the scientific findings of the past couple hundred years. The heat of the current debate was turned up a … [Continue reading...]

IM Review: Ghost Rider

So there I was in New York City for a book convention, staying in a hotel in Times Square. The first night I walked down the street and found a Virgin Music Store. In the lower level of this store were several shelves of books, … [Continue reading...]

Who Are You?

One of the most powerful things a culture does is to form people's view of who they are. It passes on assumptions about the obvious elements of identity -- nationality, gender, age, and class, for example, and what these mean … [Continue reading...]