Monthly Archives: August 2015

Experiences with God. Stories about Mystics: A Guidebook to Your Own Divine Encounter ~ book review by Patricia Graham (UTS’80)

    To order use the link below: Experiences with God. Stories about Mystics: A Guidebook to Your Own Divine Encounter by Ron and Connie Pappalardo           Experiences with God is what this book promises and it is exactly what it delivers.  From the introduction to the last page, without pretense […]

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Evangelical, Congregational and Blessed~ Tyler Hendricks Ph.D. (UTS’78)

        By Tyler Hendricks Our Unification movement exemplifies two church models, and serves as a case study of their effect on church growth. Church growth has regular causes that can be discerned by examining …

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The Mind of Divorces – and How to Defeat It ~ June Saunders (UTS’83)

                By June Saunders September 2007 More and more, the developed world has become used to certain ideas that contribute to a divorce culture. It is the purpose of this article to review some of the ideas in …

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Future Work Skills 2020

In the 1990s, IBM’s Deep Blue beat grandmaster Gary Kasparov in chess; today IBM’s Watson supercomputer is beating contestants on Jeopardy. A decade ago, workers worried about jobs being outsourced overseas; today companies such as ODesk and LiveOps can assemble teams “in the cloud” to do sales, customer support, and many other tasks. Five years […]

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What Tehran teaches its kids ~ Douglas Burton (UTS’82) and Marios Efthymiopoulos

The young have been raised to aspire to international terrorism Iran …

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A story of self-control

A frazzled mother with a fussy child caught the eye of a grocery store manager. He overheard her say, “Lily, you can do this. We just have to get a few things.” Moments later, when the child became more upset, the mother said calmly, “It’s okay, …

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Bastille Day and the outcome of the French Revolution ~ Dennis Jamison (UTS’78)

  Bastille Day started the French Revolution, and one of the bloodiest periods of history.   One of the most dramatic events …

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Quote of the Week: Steinbeck

  “Socialism never took root in America because the poor see themselves not as an exploited proletariat but as temporarily embarrassed millionaires.” ~ John Steinbeck

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Virtue for the Week: Discernment

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Towards the Emergence of Original Eve ~ Alison Wakelin (UTS’89)

  By Alison Wakelin In pagan religions, women were held in high esteem, with men and women holding rites and ceremonies honoring the Earth Goddess. But looking more closely, we see humans were still living almost as part of creation, …

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