Today’s article is a guest post from Kenneth See, a missionary teacher in Taiwan. You can read more of his writing and connect to him through the Silk Road Mission website. Where you fear to go is where you must go… Back in 2019 when Demon Slayer (Kimetsu no Yaiba) premiered, it became an instant… Read More Demon Slayer and Salvation in the “Sonlight”
Today, we’re excited to share a guest post from Kendall Lyons, a longtime BtT community member. Kendall is a minister, cartoonist, author, and, of course, anime fan. When you’ve finished this article, be sure to check out his website for more writings (and his cartoons!). Kendall can also be found on Twitter, so be sure… Read More Guest Post: Fairy Tail—Trusting the Teacher
Today’s guest post comes from “Dr. Steve.” He’s a fantastic writer, but, alas, not active in the aniblogosphere. In lieu of a website link, he provided us with this bio: Dr. Steve was introduced to anime while working on his Ph.D. in literary studies, when the local anime club showed Naruto’s fight against Zabuza and Haku on… Read More Guest Post: What Can a Succubus Teach Us about Chastity?
Today, we’re happy to introduce to KaRue3, a college student attempting to balance her anime watching, hiking, Geocaching, and maybe (just maybe) making room for her studies. When you’ve finished enjoying her post below, check out her YouTube channel, where she shares videos about her various interests—especially anime. I never intended to become a leader. Growing up… Read More Guest Post: Anime, Poké Balls, and Leadership
We’re excited to bring you a guest post by Tommy of Anime Bowl, the only aniblog to explore dubs, conventions, and… the Green Bay Packers! You can find him, of course, at his website, Anime Bowl, and also on Twitter as @AnimeBowl and @CrazyPackersFan. We also had him as a special guest on The Tangles Podcast… Read More Guest Post: The Monergism of Haruhi Suzumiya
This is the last in a three-part series by guest writer James. You can catch up on Part 1 here and Part 2 here. – – – – – – At the end of Part 2, I suggested that Okabe may be mistaken in assuming God’s will must override his own. Without question, what God intends… Read More In God’s Good Time – An Analysis of Steins;Gate (Part 3)
This is the second in a three-part guest series by James. – – – – – – In Part 1, we saw that Okabe and his friends suffer greatly for presuming to meddle with time travel. Whether that suffering comes at the hands of an impersonal universe or a personal God is the question we… Read More In God’s Good Time – An Analysis of Steins;Gate (Part 2)