Father of three great kids and wishing I would had more.
Favorite thing to do is thinking, debating.
Favorite issues to debate are; The existence of God, creation, energy, right and wrong.
Favorite sport, off road racing (motorcycles and trucks)
Favorite food, Japanese Steak house
Favorite Gender; Women :)
Favorite Pass time; Writing
Favorite TV Show: House
Favorite News program: Mornings with Miraa Bartiromo
Favorite Movie: Gladiator
Favorite book: Secrets of the Temple
Favorite web site: Drudge
What are you working on next?
My sequel to "Killing Abel" is called "The First Born", a work that is fiction but much more. The book starts with Noah exiting the ark and ends at the start of the new testament. One of the major themes of the book is why there are wars. There are thousands of reasons that men have gone to war, but there is only one reason that there is war, Gen. 11. A sub theme of the book is why the middle east is such a hot spot for conflicts. Every war in the middle east and frankly many other places around the world are without exception a result from Gods decision in Gen. 21. Gen 21 has the reason and therefore the solution to the end of war in the middle east and needs to be told. "The First Born" is where I will lay out just why there is war in the middle east and i will lay out just how to end the conflicts, as well.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
My favorite thing to do is to think, and writing is a way to preserve my thoughts that mean the most to me, and perhaps help others. I think that is why I much prefer the written word to the spoken word. Me putting my thoughts down in writing makes them immortal, the spoken word can never really do that. The spoken word, other than when it is read from a text, is just not as precise.
“Killing Abel” is a serious treatise on man’s early days on earth with the author systematically confronts the issues that the first son and the first Father encountered. The fall of man, Lucifer, and then homicide with those events played out in prose detailing just how the omnipotent God was “limited” in His mission to bless His children. How homicide more than the Fall changed life on earth.