I am Peter M. Lopez, a husband, father, lawyer, former radio show host, and writer. I reside in Georgetown, Texas. For 18 years, I practiced criminal defense and family law. I no longer in full-time practice. I have instead opted to pursue a lifelong dream of writing.

I have written for several online and traditional print media, including as a fantasy football columnist for the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. I have recently started daddydaughter.blog, which I write with my 10-year-old daughter - it was actually her idea. I invite you to check it out.

I am something of a religious mutt.  I was born and raised Catholic, I went to a Methodist college (Southwestern University), I spent time as an agnostic (sort of), I was saved in a Baptist church, and now I attend a non-denominational church. For several years, my wife was a Children's Pastor and we led a marriage ministry at Emmanuel Fellowship Church.

I have absolutely no qualifications to write a Bible blog, but I love God and I love His Word.  I also have something of a knack for studying out stuff that most would find useless and boring.  And, yet, it was out of said knack that this blog was born.

This blog was originally launched in November of 2007. The purpose of this blog is to provide non-traditional insight into the Word of God. It is my firm belief that there is a richness and depth to the scriptures that is inexhaustible.

In addition to the text of the Bible, the ancient Hebrew alphabet, numbers and symbolism give keen insight into the mind of God, limited though our understanding of it may be.  Any such insight is worth exploring. I hope you enjoy reading.

Thanks,

Peter