Monthly Archives: May 2015

Profile – Education: Thomas S. Kidd

In 1905 Philosopher George Santayana wrote the now famous phrase, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” For some the study of history may be a dry and…

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It’s the Age of “Aquarius” on NBC

For those of you going through “Mad Men” withdrawals now that the series has ended, and are in need of a ’60s series set piece fix, you have your wish in NBC’s…

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Quote of the Day

Let’s be honest: Some black lives really don’t matter. If you are a young black man shot in the head by another young black man, almost certainly no one will know your…

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Quote of the Day

Growing up as the son of a Baptist minister I confess that my attitude toward alcohol was, at one time, less than positive. Drink was associated in my mind with drunkenness. Like…

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Imagine a World Without Christianity; It’s Easy if you Try

The importance of apologetics cannot be overstated, in the life of the Christian, the life of the Church, and the life of the Church in the world. The famous verse that all…

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The Avengers, Cultural Hope and the Transcendentals

My 13 year old Marvel loving son and I saw the latest Avengers blockbuster recently. I’d read a piece prior to seeing the movie  titled, “Age of Ultron May Be the Most…

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Quote of the Day

This is the wonderful exchange which, out of his measureless benevolence, he has made with us; that, becoming Son of man with us, he has made us sons of God with him’…

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Quote of the Day

Four truths are emerging: First, the battle is not between gay rights and religious liberty—although religious liberty is certainly at stake—but between the sexual revolution and Christianity itself. This means that Christians…

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ChristianWriters.com

Those who write stories influence the broad cultural narratives that determine the direction and health, or lack thereof, of a society. For too long Christians have left the writing of these narratives…

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Tom Brady Is Not So Golden Now

I confess that I hate Tom Brady. Ever since the snot nosed kid beat my St. Louis (previously LA) Rams in the 2002 Super Bowl, I’ve despised him. Plus he’s handsome, rich,…

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