Category: Rachel Skirvin

The Altar of Intents

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on October 13th

  In my opinion, there are few things more frustrating than grammatical errors. The correct usage of the forms of “your” and “their” seem to be declining faster than wintertime temperatures. I am sure that at first glance at the title of this article, all of the biblically educated cringed at the seemingly atrocious mistake…. View Article

Joy in the Mourning

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on September 27th

The English language has so many really strange rules. There are, however, some really cool things I can get on board with. For instance, I love homophones. It’s so interesting to me that two words can sound exactly the same but be spelled differently and have a different meaning. One Saturday over oatmeal the Lord… View Article

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