Killing Jesus

How do you think you’d react if everything you’ve ever been taught about something was proven false? As we progress further into the future and continue to uncover more of our past things that we once took for granted are being challenged.

Just the other day I finished reading a book that could be viewed by some as quite challenging. Others wouldn’t think so. The authors took on a topic that few venture to tackle. Thousands of years of belief are at stake, and they did not shy from the task. Many who have challenged those beliefs have not fared well. Without realizing it, they have embraced Pascal’s Wager, and it has saved them from ruin, or death. Continue reading



IMG_20180531_123200300_HDR_FotorMy name is Horace Bentley. All the kids around here call me Pops. My friends call me Horace. You can call me Mr. Bentley.

You’re not the first one to ask about my life, and more specifically, my little adventure. I would love it if you were the last. I’m getting pretty tired of not telling the story. I don’t even get halfway through not telling it, and I can see the doubt in their eyes. Are you going to be the same way? Because, if you are, you can just leave right now. I’m not going to tell you the story. I’ll tell it to someone else.

Anyway, it’s not a story. It’s the goddam truth. I should know. I was there. Continue reading

What’s In Pinky?



Pinky Anderson and The Traveling Flea Circus is almost complete. I’m still in the process of editing, but it’s quickly approaching the time I can say I’m done. The process has been longer than I expected, but I cannot say it has not been enjoyable.

I’m including the Table of Contents so that you can get a feel for what the story is about. Our protagonist encounters more than he bargained for, and along the way he meets many colorful people and experiences things many of us have not. I hope you have enjoyed some of the excerpts I have published here. Those were first drafts, but it gives you an idea of what the story is about. Just keep in mind that the final version may not be what you first imagined.

Without further adieu, I give you a taste of Pinky Anderson and The Traveling Flea Circus. Continue reading