My Take on Frank Viola’s “Three Critics”

I knew the day would come. When I created Inspiration Point, I would get all kinds of visitors. I was going to attract a troll.  I’ve met them when visiting other sites. They love to engage in attacks.

Guess who came to visit? I don’t think the person intended evil; however it did bring to light, an important issue. I thank God, for the encounter; even if I did not like it. Continue reading “My Take on Frank Viola’s “Three Critics””

A List of Old Stories


This morning, I went digging for some possible story ideas. I have read on Frank Viola’s site, “Beyond Evangelical” and Timethief’s “One Cool Site” about revising my old blog posts. A year ago, I could not have done it. Today, I thought it useful to list some interesting stories.

I’d love to hear what you think of them. I’m just going to list a couple of them.

  1. The Tragedy of Goodman Brown Goodman Brown is a short story written by Nathaniel Hawthorne. I provided a link to the actual story in this post. This article is my response to what I saw, when reading.
  2. Get Out of The Backseat! Thought this new title would work better. We’re called to co-labor with God and not merely sit in the backseat of a car.
  3. The Good Muslim This is a modern take on the parable of the Good Samaritan, as told by Jesus.
  4. Waiting for Godot Godot is a two act play. I saw the first act in college and took notice of the implied meaning. Years later, the play came to mind with a twist. I hope you enjoy my twist and spin on this old play.

I trust you’ll enjoy reading these stories.