Joy: Poet, Seeker, and the Woman Who Captivated CS Lewis by Abigail Santamaria.
My thoughts in brief:
- I didn’t like Joy. At first, there were things to like. 329 more words
After the New York Times eviscerated Paul Offit’s new book, Bad Faith: How Religious Belief Undermines Modern Medicine, the world of journalism was on notice that something was seriously amiss with Offit’s faith-based case for vaccination — at the very least that his word could not be taken as Gospel. 351 more words
In his review of Paul Offit’s new book, “Bad Faith,” New York Times columnist Mark Oppenheimer slams Offit’s reasoning and scholarship, likening the book to “a fervent attack job is thinly sourced and poorly researched, seeming at times as if he began with a conclusion and then went in search of evidence.” 366 more words
Gary Turk and Mark Oppenheimer couldn’t be further apart when it comes to cell phone usage. Turk thinks everyone should put their smart phones down and… 749 more words