Monthly Archives: February 2016

We can’t have it both ways – Christianity v. Islam

Due to the rise in international terrorism there is a huge interest in Islam.  Questions arise as to it’s nature and the intent of its’s adherents.  The following is an article by William Kilpatrick which better than any other I’ve … Continue reading

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Justice Scalia and Originalism

OK — Another post on Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. The following article by Lee J. Strang looks at Justice Scalia’s advocacy of originalism coupled with his Christian faith ( he was a devout Catholic). This view provides a greater … Continue reading

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Sad day for Supreme Court

Well, a ton has been spoken and written regarding the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.  And there will be much more.  The debate regarding the propriety of an appointment of a replacement during the current administration will probably … Continue reading

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Bunnies, Glocks, and Mount St. Mary’s

Years ago I had the privilege of running in a few 5K races at Mount St. Mary’s University (MSMU) in Emmitsburg, MD.  My familiarity with MSMU from the race experiences was what probably drew my attention to an article I … Continue reading

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The Higgs Boson explained

Here is a neat little article, and video link, by  Fraser Cain, the publisher of Universe Today. He’s also the co-host of Astronomy Cast with Dr. Pamela Gay.  If you have a bit of difficulty in understanding particle physics you’re not alone.  I know … Continue reading

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