Epidemiology Post Two: Don’t Freak Out, Coronavirus Can Be Dealt With

by D. Lanier Shook                      April 16, 2020 In Richard Preston’s The Hot Zone he tells the true story of a researcher who goes into a top-level biohazard lab — the kind where they literally have to wear space suits with an independent air supply. As she was exiting she discovered one of her gloves had… Read More Epidemiology Post Two: Don’t Freak Out, Coronavirus Can Be Dealt With

Five Ways PROJECT GREEN LIFE LINE Can Save Small Non-Essential Businesses From Coronavirus & Social Distancing

By D. Lanier Shook                            April 14, 2020 Coronavirus has killed too many people and its threatening to kill small businesses. I’ve spent decades gaming and simulating, so yesterday I spent some time brain storming how to save non-essential small businesses during social distancing. This solution won’t fit everyone in every state or community, but if… Read More Five Ways PROJECT GREEN LIFE LINE Can Save Small Non-Essential Businesses From Coronavirus & Social Distancing

The Role of a Calvinist During the Coronavirus Pandemic

By D. Lanier Shook                  April 7, 2020 Right now the entire world is locked down from the Coronavirus. Its a terribly dangerous, serious situation. Even though Epidemiology is a hobby of mine, you don’t have to be an epidemiologist to recognize times like these require extraordinary precautions. But as a person of faith it also… Read More The Role of a Calvinist During the Coronavirus Pandemic

A Christmas Eve Lesson on Reality Based Faith

by D. Lanier Shook                                December 24, 2019 For a Calvinist it can be hard to balance reality and faith. (Sovereignty of God is a big deal for us and sometimes we don’t understand it fully.)  How do we balance what we see with what we believe without grieving the Spirit or denying God’s Omnipotence and… Read More A Christmas Eve Lesson on Reality Based Faith