Monthly Archives: June 2014

Unfair Questions: Are you stoned? The CNN Belief Blog continues its slavish attention to every word uttered by Pope Francis, even though it is admitted in the article itself that his comments are nothing new.  I do wonder sometimes if … Continue reading

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Education: Kentucky Fails the Test

Recently one of my friends shared an article regarding a highly successful alternative education model put in place in the bustling backwater of Danville, Kentucky.  The school district has recognized what we all ought to have recognized by now: standardized … Continue reading

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A Choice for Men: Choosing Love

As men we are taught to choose many things in contemporary culture.   We are taught to choose the most attractive women to try to have sex with.  We are taught to choose the most powerful and attractive cars and motorcycles … Continue reading

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A Choice for Men: Choosing Heroes

Much of what determines our behavior as children has to do with the behavior modeled in our families, at least to the extent that we spent a lot of time with our families.  Our parents or guardians have the unenviable … Continue reading

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A Choice for Men

Over at The Belle Jar, I commented on a good piece about not feeling sorry for the late Elliot Rodger of recent fame for his killing spree.  I tend to agree that we need not feel sorry for him.  Even … Continue reading

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