What have we become? Imagine your average American small town farming community. White picket fences, green fields, and red barns
“A fact as practical as potatoes,” Chesterton calls sin, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father_Brown “The only part of Christian theology which can really be
It was the last day of school, May, 1984. Mr. Mehlhaff, who at that time was my administrator, gave me
Tony Dungy was uncharacteristically angry.
They became immediately upset. On a speaking tour some years ago, the teachers sitting in front of me were visibly
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Everyone is using the phrase social justice these days. For some it means making up for past wrongs. Others suggest
An architect friend recently told me about 100 year old monuments his firm re-embedded into new bridgework. The monuments remember
“I had murdered them all myself.” G.K. Chesterton’s Father Brown detective stories are unique in their search for human wrongdoing.
Culture promotes a popular myth concerning the teenage years: 13-18 year olds listen more to their peers than their parents.