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Second, They Came for Those Holding to Faith
Earlier this month, I came across a disturbing article in the Wall Street Journal, “First, They Came for the Biologists.”
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THE NEXT TIME YOU USE A WORD
The other night we were dining with friends up here at the cabin. I suddenly noticed a mouse crawling along
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WHAT PAIN EXPOSES
It is September 30, and I must say I am grateful this month is over in three hours and six
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GETTING LOST IN OUR TRUE NORTH
Writing  a book on global leadership, I have been especially attune in these days to books on the subject. Of
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A JOURNEY TO THE OTHER SIDE OF PAIN
I have often viewed myself as one having a high tolerance to pain.  I have prided myself on enduring discomfort
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THE FORCE OF CALLING
Escaping to the wilderness to work on a global leadership project is cutting in to the time I need to
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MORE OF THOSE DIVINE ENCOUNTERS
I don’t really remember growing up with many books in the house. Mom and dad were hard workers, who found
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REFLECTING ON THE KERFUFFLE SURROUNDING EUGENE PETERSON
It began a few days ago with an email from one of our professors, alerting some of us of Eugene
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On the Asperger Journey
This morning I checked in on my son. His blog tells me he has just arrived in the Bahamas, and
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ADDICTED TO OUR BIAS
I recently ended my subscription to a major newspaper. Asked by a representative why I was ending the service, I
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THE DEATH OF EXPERTISE
Conversations at the end of sermons can go lots of directions. I have forgotten most, but a few stand out.
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IF ONLY I COULD BE AN ASTRONAUT
If you’re due for a page turner, you should pick up Apollo 8: The Thrilling Story of the First Mission
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