I’m writing this article in the study of some German friends, having arrived from Adelaide in Australia to their little German village, Bad Mergentheim, yesterday. Maybe it’s partly because of […]
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 […]
But God listens – precisely because nobody else hears, He listens.
In December last year, the Canadian government gave Trinity Western University permission to begin teaching law. This result has since met with widespread condemnation from many circles. Just last week, […]
I recently discovered some of the astonishing photos from a recente National Geographic Photo Contest, including this one to the right. I’ve been staring now-and-then at this photo, taken underneath […]