Category Archives: News

Why I Stopped Being a Feminist

Jaye reveals a world where the cultural dialogue is dominated by feminists still complaining that men have all the power, yet the “truth” in most Western countries is that many laws, attitudes and social conventions make life tough for men.

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“The Closing of the American Mind” Thirty Years Later: A Symposium

All is not well in America—or in the University. Allan Bloom’s The Closing of the American Mind offers a profound and compelling diagnosis of the common illness infecting them both and of the intimate connection between liberal education and liberty.

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Quote of the Week~ Rogers

“Those of us who can facilitate the healing of the grief, anger, and sense of hopelessness that exist today are called to help humanity recover joy, creativity, and a sense of personal empowerment within community.” ~Natalie Rogers

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Statue of Responsibility

…..a statue depicting a hand reaching up for help with another hand reaching down in a clasping position. The hands are symbolic of Responsibility

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Teaching World Religions in the Age of the Clash of Civilizations

The globalization of world religions has presented severe challenges to students, practitioners and scholars of religion. The days of Christian Europe and America, Lutheran Sweden, Hindu India, and Jewish Israel are gone. The ghetto walls, which once isolated and protected followers of a particular religion, have been demolished by the media, mass migration, free conversions, and personal contacts with people of many religions.

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Virtue for the Week: Fidelity

Fidelity keeps us on a path of true integrity.

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Why young South Koreans are turning away from religion

Some churches are employing technology and becoming less hierarchical to try to entice and keep young members.

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St. Francis of Assisi and Sultan al-Kamil: A Bold Christian-Muslim Encounter

Hostility is more likely when one people is distanced from another and demonized. Peace gets a chance when the divide between people is bridged through personal relationships.

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Plastic Bags Are a Feast for This Caterpillar

A caterpillar that can eat plastic and produce an industrially useful compound while doing so could take a bite out of the global scourge of plastic trash.. recommended by Damian Anderson (UTS’84)

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Quote of the Week~ Rumi

Yesterday is gone and its tale told

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