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Bringing Francis Schaeffer Back to Mind

  I just received the following note from Brett Andrews, the senior pastor at New Life Christian Church which is where I worship. Because of my deep admiration of Brett I’m always anxious to know what he is thinking and what … Continue reading

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Far Away and It’s a Good Thing

Astronomy and especially the topic of black holes fascinate me.  Just the idea that black holes are so massive that even light cannot escape from their grasp and that anything that comes within a certain distance of a black hole … Continue reading

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Is Darwinian Evolution Even Possible?

Here is an article that I found fascinating. It is a bit long but I believe if you’re interested in science and the origin of life the read will be worth your while.  The article appeared at: Claremont.org as: Giving … Continue reading

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Linus and His Blanket at Christmas

The Thanksgiving to Christmas period is a favorite time of year.  For me this is in large part due to the annual reruns of the wonderful Charlie Brown videos.  I love Charlie Brown and his pals, even Lucy, and appreciate … Continue reading

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Sequel to Demon Dialog

The following is another insightful and sharp-witted article by Regis Nicoll. My original blog post on the topic was on November 17, 2018 and contains background on my appreciation for Mr. Nicoll’s writing. The full caption of the earlier article … Continue reading

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‘The Signature in the Cell’ Book Review

Regis Nicoll recently posted this incredible article in the All Things Examined column at BreakPoint.org.  The article is a book review of Dr. Stephen Meyer’s new book The Signature in the Cell.  This looks to be a landmark publication in its…

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Wasting Time Productively

Here is a wonderful reminder of our need to slow down, think deeply, and experience beauty in all its many forms.  The article is by Tiffany Schubert who teaches in the Trivium and Humanities Tracks at Wyoming Catholic College.  Her … Continue reading

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