I live in a multi-ethnic neighborhood near the hospital. We are new to the community but have been encouraged by the camaraderie and openness of our neighbors since we moved in. In the run up to Hurricane Florence, different communities tried to prepare as best they could. In our community the city stepped in … More Can A Miracle Start Slowly?
Wednesday is for Thinking Ran across a fascinating quote from Trevan Wax on the relevance of G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936). Thanks to Miguel Labrador for passing on the article by Elise Hilton at the Acton Institute. Full article here. The whole article is worthwhile and just finding an article on one of my favorite authors was … More The Dogmatism of Atheists
Weekend Links The wind is howling outside and later today I will post a reflection from C.S. Lewis on what we can learn and not learn from the majesty, power and glory of nature. But for now, here are the weekend links for the past week. Defeating Abortion Culture Roe v. Wade’s Days are Numbered … More Ending Abortion; Victoria Secret Culture; Progress on Poverty?; Common Core and so much more .
Weekend Links You will like a lot of these links. They are challenging, provocative, funny, serious, important, insightful, and maybe even a few that are infuriating. As always, I don’t endorse all of them or all of what is said but thought they might help you in your journey. Engaging with Culture Is it Right … More Doctrine of Justification; Belief in Miracles; Persecution of Christians; Protesting Abortion; Intelligent Design;