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A New National Narrative: Political Patterns of the Transformative Worldview

In this seven-part blog series, we are exploring the transformative worldview and its many complexities. For an introduction to the transformative worldview, please refer to… 883 more words

Transforming the Status Quo Part 1: Holy Discontent

Sitting at the lunch counter, watching the burgers sizzle on the grill and golden fries come out of the fryer mesmerized me as a little boy. 575 more words

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Martin Luther King Jr.'s Reason for Civil Rights

If anyone were to read Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speeches or letters, it would be impossible not to notice the Christian themes throughout each text.  779 more words

Christianity

Reflections From 1 Corinthians 4: IS THEIR EVER A TIME TO JUDGE ANOTHER'S WORK IN THE GOSPEL? (Vvs.1-5)

Paul continues his thought from chapter three and exhorts the believers to think biblically, truthfully, when they regard the apostle’s status:

“Let a man regard us in this manner, as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God. 557 more words

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My 2018 Humanist Manifesto

My 2018  Humanist Manifesto

There is confusion and no consensus regarding who we are.

We are good people concerned with dire problem of humanity and trusting human nature being up to handle them. 714 more words

Worldviews

A New National Narrative: Cultural Patterns of the Transformative Worldview

In last week’s blog, I discussed the transformative worldview, in which “diverse paths are possible and attainable, and a globalized worldview or other visions of the future are not an inevitable scenario of how the future will or should play out.” Today I will focus on one complex aspect of the transformative worldview: its cultural patterns. 842 more words

On Growing Up

Call it an extended adolescence, Peter Pan syndrome, eighth grade syndrome, escapism, whatever, but around half a year after graduating college I’m still having a hard time accepting the adult lifestyle and finally completing the process of “growing up.” The transition from school life to the work life has been rather jarring; nothing prepared me for it and I find myself, as well as my friends, uncertain about the future, just trying to make sense on how to survive in the world. 1,623 more words

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