A Day at the Creation Museum πŸ¦–

Adam in the Garden of Eden, at the Creation Museum

Recently I visited the Creation Museum (not far from Cincinnati), which I’ve always wanted to see for funsies. In the past, I’ve gone deep on both sides of the evolution vs creation debate, since learning about the science of evolution was one of the earlier steps for me in moving away from the wacky religious… Continue reading A Day at the Creation Museum πŸ¦–

Every Book Ever Written About the Children of God Cult πŸ“š

Children of God book covers

Following is a list of each and every book written about the Children of God cult, also known as the Family. Since I was raised in this cult, I've been compiling this list for years now. Here they all are, for anyone who's interested to find their next great read or wants to dig into… Continue reading Every Book Ever Written About the Children of God Cult πŸ“š

That Time I Unmasked a Cult Leader Who’d Remained Faceless for 30 Years πŸ•΅πŸ»β€β™‚️

Zaren Kerby drawing: eyes

It was 2005, and cult leader Karen Zerby was in hiding, as she had been for decades. Zerby was the head of the Family International (also known as the Children of God), a Christan cult that was paranoid in general, but leaders took secrecy to another level. No one knew where Zerby lived, and her… Continue reading That Time I Unmasked a Cult Leader Who’d Remained Faceless for 30 Years πŸ•΅πŸ»β€β™‚️

Learning Serbian: The Definitive Chart of Serbian Cases πŸ‡·πŸ‡Έ

Serbian flag

Serbian is a hard language for native English speakers. Reading and writing Serbian is super easy (since its spelling is fully phonetic, and it can be written in Latin script in addition to Cyrillic), but like other Slavic languages, the grammar is no joke. The US Department of State has been teaching languages to US… Continue reading Learning Serbian: The Definitive Chart of Serbian Cases πŸ‡·πŸ‡Έ