If after the manner of men I have fought with beasts at Ephesus, what advantageth it me, if the dead rise not? Let us eat and drink; for tomorrow we die. – 1 Corinthians 15:32
Welcome to Beasts of Ephesus, a blog about things that I find illuminating and interesting. Nothing more, nothing less. I have a rabid thirst for knowledge. I frequently get caught in an hours-long loop of reading. The topics can vary wildly by the time I’m done. I will start reading about, say, the Marquis de Sade, and may end up reading about the founding of Detroit, MI. Who knows? Thus, Beasts of Ephesus was born to share and expound on some of these tasty morsels.
I’m 30, for context. I’m a man from America, for perspective. I live in Dallas, with the love of my life. I am intrigued by many, many things, which you’ll discover more about on this blog. God, New Mexico, intelligence beyond Earth, cultural oddities, memes; anything that interests me is fair game.
I will not post for the sake of posting something. It could be minutes, hours, days, or weeks between posts. When I come across something I deem of such interest and import that warrants sharing it, I will post it.
This blog exists solely to share ideas and information about a wide variety of topics that I find wholly interesting. There are no limitations on the topics that will be included. However, there may prove to be limitations on the topics that will NOT be shared: i.e. if you’re looking for political hot button headlines or celebrity gossip & non-news, seek ye elsewhere. While I enjoy entertainment and engage in keeping abreast of political happenings, they do not fit the purpose of this blog.
Readers are encouraged wholeheartedly not only to read this blog and leave comments as you see fit, but to actively engage in reading more about the material presented here, and/or more about the things in life that you find awe-inspiring, challenging, mysterious, and magnificent. This blog does not exist [at least in my greatest intentions] as a solitary display of what I deem worthy for others to read, but as a gateway to your own perspective and exploration.
Thank you for visiting. Now sit back and enjoy the ride.