Jeremiah Jackson

Resident Sonic fan at Geeks Under Grace. Also a drummer as well as a collector, but most importantly I'm a Christian.

Review: Flyleaf Spreads Their Wings

By Jeremiah Jackson / May 29, 2015 /

Author: Carl W Phelan Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform Genre: non-fiction, Christian, biography Music is one of the most important things in our lives. Its message can move us to sorrow, joy, rage, or peace. Perhaps the most important power it holds, however, is what it can do for your soul. You may not see…

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Review: New Super Mario Bros 2 (3DS)

By Jeremiah Jackson / March 25, 2015 /

A lot of things can come to mind when  mentioning the Nintendo Entertainment System. For me, it’s memories of my dad coming home with a universal AC adapter for my birthday NES, and me watching him play it after he called me in to see it. While everyone’s memories of the NES vary, one thing…

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Review: Sonic Super Digest Issue #10

By Jeremiah Jackson / February 27, 2015 /

With all the Sonic comics floating around, from spin-offs to TV Show adaptions, how can one keep up with the what’s-what of Sonic Comics? Well, ever since 2012, Sonic Super Digest has been an affordable and available alternative to selling all your precious possessions and buying every Sonic Comic released. Interested? Then check out a…

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Review: FlyLeaf (Self-Titled EP, 2004)

By Jeremiah Jackson / February 25, 2015 /

Modern Christian Rock as an industry has been polluted with half-secular music for far too long. While some bands and fans claim that this inundation spreads the Gospel, this trend also raises red flags among Christians because this concession tends to deliver weak and ambiguous messages—the meaning of some songs could be interpreted as being about a girl…

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Review: We As Human

By Jeremiah Jackson / January 19, 2015 /

If you’ve been to a Skillet show lately, you’ve probably heard some long-haired, hard-rockin’ folks open for them. This band that you heard is We As Human. In fact, John Cooper produced We As Human’ latest album, and included two of its tracks ( “We Fall Apart” and “Strike Back”) on the RISE pre-order disc. But…

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