The writers journey is a long road. <- My justification for having a picture on this page.

I’m a failure. A massive failure.

I’ve failed so many times at so many things I don’t even remember all of them.

But here I am, trying one more time. This is probably the fifth blog site I’ve started.

I have something to say. Everybody has something to say. But not everybody says it the way I do.

When Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door at Wittenberg, he wasn’t the first one to speak out against the abuses of the Church. I’m no Martin Luther, but I make a great sidekick. An Armchair Lutheran, if you will.

All commentary and opinion today is second guessing someone from the past. I might as well second guess a brave man like Luther. He translated the Bible. I can read the Bible. It’s pretty similar if you ignore the obvious detail I’m leaving out.

Theology.

Culture.

Religion.

Reading.

Writing.

And Politics?

Yep.

I’m not always right and I’m not always wrong, but I’ll say both at the same volume until someone armchair’s me.

Here I sit because I can’t type standing up.

Armchair Lutheran: True confessions of a stiff-necked wretch.

Read. Think. Write a Letter.

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