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  • Do New Inventions Kill Old Liberties?

    Do New Inventions Kill Old Liberties?0

    There is one aspect of modern science and machinery that nobody has noticed. It is quite new, and it is enormously important. It is this; that the very fact of using new methods makes it easier to fall back on old morals, especially if they are very immoral morals. These prescient words came from the

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  • Is a Second Reformation Unfolding in Front of Our Eyes?

    Is a Second Reformation Unfolding in Front of Our Eyes?1

    November 1st is traditionally known as “All Saints’ Day” in the Western Christian calendar–a day to remember all of the faithful departed. The day (eve) before All Saints’ Day was “All Hallows’ (an older word for “saint) Eve.” Later, in a series of twists and turns (more reminiscent of the latest TV sitcom, rather than

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  • The Myth of the Pagan Origins of Easter (Jesus of Nazareth’s Resurrection)

    The Myth of the Pagan Origins of Easter (Jesus of Nazareth’s Resurrection)0

    You may not get any chocolate bunnies this Easter, but you’re bound to stumble across an article or meme suggesting that the story of Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead is just a reincarnation of some pagan myth. Whether it’s Ishtar, Osiris, or Attis, these claims are tantalizing but devoid of scholarly content–much like the

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  • Cell Phones, Silence, and Solitude: Finding Stillness in a Noisy World

    Cell Phones, Silence, and Solitude: Finding Stillness in a Noisy World1

    “Whether or not it draws on new scientific research, technology is a branch of moral philosophy, not of science.” ~ Paul Goodman During my sixteen years in the classroom, I’ve witnessed the unbelievably rapid transformation of mobile phone technology. At one point, I overheard a brutally honest conversation between a group of senior boys. They felt

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