To say the horror genre has been enjoying something of a renaissance might be putting it mildly. Since the release of in 2009 and in 2010, Blumhouse Productions has practically become a household name, turning out hit after hit, including the multiple entries in the franchises born…

Fear is often a funny, if not fascinating, thing. Over the years, I’ve said that there seems to be very little that actually scares me, even while I’ve enjoyed horror stories that effectively play upon common fears. On the other hand, the fear I tend to feel around extreme heights…

We live in an age of life coaches, self-help gurus, and Instagram influencers. Even after going through a global pandemic that cost people lives, loved ones, friends, jobs, their mental well-being, and so much more, we still hear a familiar message preached persistently online and offline, telling us to stay…

Once upon a time, I was a young Earth creationist who believed the Bible was the infallible word of God. Admittedly, I shudder somewhat looking back on those times now. While I no longer see those positions as credible, the sense of embarrassment that still lingers has more to do…

Taylor Carr

Writer, reader, musician, and graduate in philosophy and religious studies.

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