by Margaret Manning Shull In the January 2, 2015 issue of Science magazine, I read a troubling article. Two researchers—one a cancer geneticist and the other a biostatistician—found that approximately two-thirds of all cancers are the result of “biological bad luck.”1 The ‘bad luck’ they describe is simply the random genetic mutations that happen as […]
by Jill Carattini Middlemarch is the epic novel by Mary Anne Evans, better known by her male penname George Eliot. The work is considered one of the most significant novels of the Victorian period and a masterpiece of English fiction. Rather than following a grand hero, Eliot explores a number of themes in a […]
by Jill Carattini The Christmas season as most of us know it has drawn to a close. All the preparations and fanfare of Christmas fade into the calendar of another year. But the church calendar, a reminder of a different rhythm within the world around us, offers the counter-cultural suggestion that we take the Christmas […]
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“Where There are Friends, There is Wealth” - Plautas (3rd century) 12/18/2014 by Joel Have you ever felt like you had to defend yourself? Someone knew exactly what to say to get under your armor and stick that dagger close to your heart. Your heart rate started climbing. Your body…
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Christian inspiration and encouragement to give a jolt of caffeine to your soul.
Education is more than the mere imparting of information. The effort of education must cause a man to think and do for himself.