Monthly Archives: November 2007

Tipping Point Chapter Two Finished!

Teleport HutInside the ShipOcean Shore

After a few months, I finally finished chapter two of my new game, Tipping Point. This new chapter introduces a few new features to the game. The main one is an inventory system which allows you to pickup items and take them with you from place to place. Chapter two also features new scenery and some original music too.

For more information and to play the game, visit theĀ Tipping Point web site.

Tipping Point 2, a set on Flickr.

Atheists Can’t Hold Office in North Carolina?

I got a call last week from Tim Funk, a reporter for the Charlotte Observer’s “Faith and Values” section. He discovered that the North Carolina constitution contained a section which states: “the following persons shall be disqualified for office: First, any person who shall deny the being of Almighty God”. I’m mentioned briefly at the end of the article.

He asked me if I was aware of this section of the constitution and I said “no, but I’m not surprised”. So far as he could tell, nobody has ever challenged it in court. It seems that a prominent North Carolina Catholic was responsible for getting the language of the consitution changed in order to allow Catholics and other “believers in Almighty God” to serve as well.

Link to article.