Writing

The RogueThe Rogue, hosted by Patheos.com, was the brainchild of author Jonathan Ryan and featured articles about things people tend to geek out about: books, movies, music, sports, gaming, comics, technology, faith, and pop culture.

While writing for The Rogue, I interviewed singer/songwriter Derek Webb, and had an article listed as a TIME magazine related resource.

My full list of Rogue articles can be viewed here

Some of my most popular articles:

Looking in the Mirror: The Parenthood Series Finale
January 30, 2015

Tom Brady’s Deflated Balls (listed as a TIME magazine online related resource article)
January 22, 2015

Brain Massage: The Mysterious Phenomenon of ASMR
May 17, 2014

God’s Not Dead…But Films Like This Should Be (Part 2)
March 24, 2014

God’s Not Dead…But Films Like This Should Be (Part 1)
March 13, 2014

Harry Potter: The Magic of God?
October 31, 2013

The Things that Change and Don’t Change in Ten Years: A Conversation with Singer/Songwriter, Derek Webb
October 19, 2013

Chronicles of a Writer Who Couldn’t Read
October 1, 2013

Billy Corgan on Christian Rock: I Think Jesus Would Like Better Bands
August 24, 2013

Christian Music: Why Does It Suck? What Can Be Done?
July 23, 2013



bellwetherBetween 2005-06, I wrote several articles for Bellwether, the magazine of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine

The Story of Ginger: Penn Vets Save a New York Puppy

Bark This Way: Canine Partners for Life Offers Service Dogs for People With Disabilities

Combating Johne’s Disease: A Silent Killer

Penn First With Veterinary Echocardiography

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