Introductions are usually pushed aside. We view them as obligations, nothing more than a formal way to tell people you’ve started writing or speaking. Especially when writing professionally, they are viewed as an annoyance. Continue reading “A Life’s Work in an Introduction”
“What denomination are you?” asks an innocent bystander.
“I’m a Christian,” I reply. Continue reading “Why I hate denominations”
Quid pro quo is a Latin phrase that essentially means ‘something for something’ or ‘this for that’. A longer definition is ‘something that is given to you or done for you in return for something you have given to or done for someone else’ (Merriam-Webster). It is a common legal phrase, popular in contract law and whenever binding agreements are made. In order to make something ‘quid pro quo’, there has to be an exchange that takes place. Continue reading “Quid Pro Quo Gospel”