My Back Pages

The digital journal of Jeremy Sarber


The Atlanta Braves embrace Pride Month

For me, baseball has served as a retreat from the perpetual barrage of sin and insanity all around us. It’s been one of the only places on TV or the—

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Centralization versus decentralization

I stumbled upon an article by the author, Erik Hoel, and the first few paragraphs jumped out at me because centralization on the Web has concerned—

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A still and quiet mind

I’ve added a new book to my to-read list. It’s A Still and Quiet Mind: Twelve Strategies for Changing Unwanted Thoughts by Esther Smith. From the—

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God and the transgender debate

I recently wrote: In a world where “conversion therapy” is condemned—that is, calling a boy a boy and a girl a girl—and “gender-affirming therapy”—

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A simple guide to Mastodon

Mastodon is a microblogging social network similar to Twitter. Unlike Twitter, however, it is community-owned and ad-free. You can post relatively—

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A Mastodon instance for Christians

I’m currently in the process of relaunching my own instance of the Mastodon social network. Before I go any further, let me explain what Mastodon—

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Thank you, Dad, for training me

The person in your house that claims your first and nearest attention, is, undoubtedly, your wife; seeing you are to love her, even as Christ hath—

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Books about our strange new world

I have read Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters, The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive—

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A personal size Bible with goatskin

The “personal size” Bible (roughly 5” x 7.5”) is my favorite size for a Bible. It’s small enough to conveniently carry and place on a podium next to—

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Do rainbow flags increase profit?

Is our nation oppressing the LGBTQ+ population among us? Are we committing injustice against them? Are we failing to treat them as “created equal,”—

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What is ‘My Back Pages’?

I’ve developed websites since the late Nineties. Though it has underwent many changes, refreshes, and resets, I’ve maintained my personal website at—

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