Category Archives: News

Hana and the Boston Marathon~ Bruce Sutchar (UTS’85)

My daughter, Hana, was a star cross country runner in high school and after some time out for injuries she joined an elite group of community college runners.  She placed 54th in the national finals with 40 of the runners ahead of her being Kenyan. She …

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Outcomes of Free Sex ~ Jose Ferrete D.Min. (UTS’84 and ’13)

  Bacchanalian Scene by Auguste Leveque, ca. 1890-1910 Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and unwanted pregnancies are the two major immediate consequences of free sex behavior. The latter may lead to abortions, another heated controversial topic. This research focuses only …

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Quote of the Week: Someone Else


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Governance That Works – Effective Leadership for Theological Schools ~ curated by Robin James Graham (UTS’80)

  By Barbara G. Wheeler and Helen Ouellette | March 2015 Center for the Study of Theological Education Auburn Studies   The board of a struggling seminary, the sole theological school of a small denomination, decides that the school must expand …

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Reconsidering Divine Principle’s Call to Create a Socialist Ideal ~ Jack LaValley

  Divine Principle claims the ideals and values embedded in capitalist democratic free markets will give way to a socialist ideal: “Because human beings are created to live in an ideal society, they will inevitably pursue a socialistic ideal as they strive for freedom and democracy and …

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Fasting transformed me after medicine failed ~curated by William Haines (UTS’92)

By Jenni Russell This free, simple therapy has changed my life. Could it be the panacea to transform the (UK) National Health Service (NHS)? In the last ten months my life has been transformed. I didn’t write a book, move house, have children, find a faith or change …

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It has only been 800 years ~Robin James Graham (UTS’80)

This year we celebrate the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215 !                         Magna Carta (Latin for “Great Charter,” literally “Great Paper”), also called Magna Carta Libertatum (“Great Charter of Freedoms”), is an English charter …

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“Luigi” ~Mary Hapeman (UTS’80)

My son Philip was born with Down’s Syndrome which turned out to be such a blessing in disguise. He has been one of my best teachers when it comes to matters of the heart. Here is a short story that I wrote about one of our little adventures. I hope it gives you joy.  

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Sovereignty or Submission: Liberal Democracy or Global Governance? ~curated by Robert Maynard (UTS’89)

The concept of “global governance” is in the air. For many of the world’s elites—who gather at places like Geneva, Davos, The Hague, UN headquarters in Manhattan, and wherever the G20 meets—global governance is the “big idea.” Leading thinkers argue that today’s global …

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Virtue for the Week: Courtesy

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