The Faith of Christopher Hitchens by Larry Alex Taunton – Book Review

While listening to a lecture recently by Larry Alex Taunton, I was reminded of this book and I remembered wanting to check it out when it first came out, several years ago. Mr. Taunton is an excellent author and this book seems to be especially relevant for our times. For those of you who don’tContinue reading “The Faith of Christopher Hitchens by Larry Alex Taunton – Book Review”

Who is that masked man…or woman?

To mask or not to mask, that is not my question. Rather my question is, what impact is wearing masks having on the way we relate to each other in society today? If you are like me, you’ve gone out to a store and had any number of uncomfortable encounters with other mask wearers. YouContinue reading “Who is that masked man…or woman?”

The Danger of Being Alone Together

We’ve never been more connected to as many people as we are today. In the past, the majority of friends from our childhood or college days would have drifted into anonymity as we moved on to another stage in life. Changing jobs and moving to a different city would have meant a new set ofContinue reading “The Danger of Being Alone Together”

The Weight of the World

It has never been easier to complain about the troubles of this life. Never have we had more avenues for releasing our grief about our latest trial. Every time I open social media, a news website or even listen to dinner conversations, I hear dark perspectives on the present, the future or overall dissatisfaction. ButContinue reading “The Weight of the World”

Reacting to the News from Turkey

In recent days, the news from Turkey seems to be producing the wrong kind of headlines. Bombings in Ankara, Istanbul, and Diyarbakir Attacks on personal freedoms and freedom of the press Threats against minorities and their properties Dark tales of loss of refugee life and abuse of displaced peoples In light of news like this,Continue reading “Reacting to the News from Turkey”