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Making Spiritual Assumptions

Back in October, we introduced a new writer at Christianity 201, Josh Ketchum who blogs at Life in the Kingdom. I thought I would share one of his recent posts here, as this seemed like a good way to help kick off a new year! 637 more words


paris in the fall

i am making a conscious decision to not watch or read anything about the attacks in paris. i refuse to contribute to the fear and degradation imposed upon us by the people who committed these atrocities; whomever they are. 60 more words


The Miligram and Stanford Prison Experiments: Schemas - Moderation or Destruction

This is a revision of an assignment I wrote for a Social Psychology class in college. It reminds us to be mindful of our actions and the schemas we create. 661 more words

Anti-social Behavior

Professional Ethics or Personal Ethics ? DILEMMA!!!!!

“Knowing the difference between wrong or right”

I’m very much confused with this meaning of ethics. Right or wrong depends on each person. In that sense we will have multiple ethics.

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Kids in the Snow

No child was ever out there shivering in the snow, but I never stopped hoping. Not hoping, exactly. Envisioning. When I was about nine, I maintained an internal storyline, of a girl sleeping out in the cold in my family’s backyard. 1,736 more words


Lessons from Moldy Raspberries

Yesterday evening I went through four or five large boxes of moldy raspberries, attempting to save the untarnished ones to freeze. These boxes were leftover from a food bank (presumably no one took them because of the mold), which were previously leftover from the grocery store. 551 more words

Poverty And Development

The Art, Science, and Ethics of Persuasion

“With great power comes great responsibility”

– Voltaire –

Brace yourself, things just got real…(personal)

…It’s story time…

When I was 12 my middle school decided to pick out certain kids to go on a leader/follower field trip.  698 more words

Career Development