Christianity · Satire

Conscience: How To Sell It and Why You Should

"There was a sort of stock or scrip, called Conscience, which seemed to be in great demand, and would purchase almost anything. Indeed, few rich commodities were to be obtained without paying a heavy sum in this particular stock, and a man's business was seldom very lucrative unless he knew precisely when and how to… Continue reading Conscience: How To Sell It and Why You Should

Guest Posts

3 Ways Comparison Steals Your Identity | The Rebelution

Today's the day! On March 22, 2018, Sarah Merly officially published her first guest article outside of Defy Augury—"3 Ways Comparison Steals Your Identity" for a large Christian website called The Rebelution, which is a self-described "teenage rebellion against low expectations." This has been a milestone I've longed to achieve for a while now, and I can't… Continue reading 3 Ways Comparison Steals Your Identity | The Rebelution

Previews

March 2018: A Preview

Hello, everyone— My literary life was awesome this past February. Aside from reading a lovely collection of books (like C.S. Lewis' Mere Christianity, G.K. Chesterton's Father Brown: Essential Tales, Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, and Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion), I submitted a guest post to a large website for Christian teenagers, The Rebelution. I'm not sure whether it will be… Continue reading March 2018: A Preview