"Do you remember in scripture, after the crucifixion of Jesus, when Christ went to visit the deciples? Do you remember Thomas who doubted that Jesus was genuine and would not believe until presented with the scars in his hands, and the hole in…"
"Bryan touched on it already, but the Gospel of Judas is one of what is called the Gnostic Gospels. Gnosticism was a fairly popular cult going around in the Roman empire in the few centuries following (and preceding, to a lesser extent) the life of…"
"Have you been in any bands before? Do you have any recordings of your stuff, like a MySpace or anything? What do you think the Nerdfighter band's sound should be like? Like, what genre? And what kind of instrumentation are you thinking?
"Belief in salvation from sin via Christ's sacrifice on the cross is what it boils down to. That seems to be more or less what you've said in more words in your original post, although I'm not certain metaphysics need to be brought…"
"Circumstantial evidence: no grounds for conviction. What would help is a character witness that could persuade the jury to believe that your personal beliefs are what led you to purchase those CDs or TShirts, and not fancy slogans or general…"
"Newfoundlander here, although I'll soon be leaving the country altogether.
But as they say, you can take the man out of Newfoundland, but you can't take Newfoundland out of the man (or whatever variant thereof you prefer)."
I intend to someday print business cards that say "Kenmore Thompson: Itinerant Writer and Professional Adventurer." It is my goal that when somebody sees my card, they will first: chuckle, second: think, and third: agree that it is the perfect description of who I am and what I do.
In addition to the YouTube channel which I have in my 'Website' space, I have a personal website at kenmorethompson.com.
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
"The Fountainhead," by Ayn Rand has had the most profound impact on me as an individual, although I am no objectivist.
"Va, Vis, et Deviens" is a film that everyone should see. Set in Israel, post-Operation Moses it follows Schlomo, an Ethiopian boy who tries to integrate into a society that, while not explicitly hostile, is always threatening to reject him.
Music is harder to pin down, so I won't even try.
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
I used to wear a flourescent orange beret regularly
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
A difficult choice: some of the most fascinating people I've met are the ones who are unknown