As a mother of three, with all the stresses and strains and baggage (gallons of it in my hands, and now even in the under-eye area) that that entails, I […]
My first article in this three-part series discussed how the internet’s Global Vision may promise to make us more broad-minded, but often actually makes us more narrow-minded than ever. My […]
In my last article, “The Narrow Mind of the Global Village”, I suggested that although postmodern relativism and technology have promised that the Global Village will make us more broad-minded, […]
Since the 1990s, philosophy and technology have merged to create the Global Village, an amazing social experiment filled with promise. But the sad reality, it seems, is that its promise […]
René’s recent post on The Gospel of Judas reminded me of an amazing story about the art forger Wolfgang Beltracchi. Beltracchi, for those of you who haven’t heard, is considered […]
When talking about Christianity and its historical origins with people, I have been asked by many: what about the gospels not included in the Bible? Why were they not chosen? […]
It is not that we do not know about commitment anymore. Instead, other commitments have taken the place of marriage. They come with their own limitations and burdens.