Category Archives for "The Pedestrian"

Am I Hispanic/ Latino/ Chicano?

Am I Hispanic? It seems like such a simple question.  But, ethnic identity can be complicated these days.  I’m 6’5″ with grey eyes and light skin. My mother was from the Appalachian hills in east Tennessee. That is not typically how one thinks of a Chicano. I don’t think I’ve ever had a person who […]

Remembering when…. 9/11

**This is a blog post that I wrote on an old blog site which I no longer maintain. I didn’t want to lose this record and decided to copy it here.** A question that is often asked around this time of year: Where were you on “9/11”?                 […]

The Apologetic of Love

Don’t be “That Guy” When I was younger, I really loved apologetics. There is something compelling about knowing the answers. I liked the surety that it helped give me to know that I had a reasoned faith, a faith that was right and true. I don’t think I was that annoying guy who always had to […]

The Problem and Blessing of Transparency

When I started Faith on View in 2011, I wrote on the About page that transparency is a core value of mine and this blog would seek to be transparent. That declaration has been there for eight years now. Honestly, I knew I was a little nervous about being transparent but I never knew how hard […]

Surviving a Trojan War

On Friday October 5th, 2018 Faith on View was attacked!   I actually saw it happening. While I was on my computer, I saw a dramatic spike in activity on Google Analytics from a random town on the east coast of the United States. I didn’t think much about it until an hour or so later when […]

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