Curiosity Killed the Catalyst

Most everyone has heard the phrase: ”Curiosity killed the cat.” This is an old idiom, or proverb, to warn of the dangers of unnecessary investigation or experimentation. The earliest printed reference of this original idiom is attributed to the British playwright, Ben Johnson. Ben’s play, Every Man in His Humor, was written in 1598, and […]

Tweet the Dove, but Don’t Tweak the Lamb

Tweet the dove, but don’t tweek the lamb John the Baptist could not have done what he did without Jesus, and Jesus would not do what he did without John. This story of two cousins, John and Jesus, still intrigues me. Both of these men, literal fulfillments of old testament prophecies, had an angelic birth […]