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Honey Maid Fatalism?

Yesterday evening, just before I was about to head on over to the church, my wife saw a commercial on the television she had on while she was doing taxes for a client. 530 more words

Relationships And Family

This Can't Be What It Looks Like

New York

It is.

H/T to “Joe” for e-mailing this to me.  And by “me,” I mean someone who still doesn’t want to believe that this is what it actually is.

Lord jehovah jireh.

Culture Wars

True Confessions

When I was in grammar school my sisters were teenagers who occasionally managed to get their hands on a magazine called True Confessions. This magazine was not approved reading for young girls and was considered fairly scandalous for the times, as it contained purportedly true stories of a seamier side of life, the “dirty laundry” of people’s lives. 369 more words

Personal Musings

G. Murphy Donovan’s latest article at The American Thinker, “Arrested Development and the Internet” discusses a book, Mind Change, written by a British neuroscientist, Susan Greenfield, the Baroness Ot-Moor, who also sits in the House of Lords.  1,751 more words

General Interest

Birds and Bees 2.0

The following is fiction, but based on a sad, tragic reality: children are growing up in a culture with no norms, no absolutes, and no foundations but the shifting sands of desire.  963 more words

Relationships And Family

What Needs To Be Said About Wheaton

Normally I’m proud to tell people that I graduated from Wheaton. It has a reputation for being an institution that thrives on the basis of rigor, discipline, and academic conversation all towards the ends of “Christ and His Kingdom.” 1,380 more words

Christianity