Monthly Archives: December 2015

In Hoc Anno Domini ~ curated by Robin James Graham (UTS’80)

  Conversion of St Paul on the road to …

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Lessons of Illness and Death ~ William Selig D.Min. (UTS ’81,’12)

by William Selig In my capacity as chaplain in an inner-city hospital, I deal with end-of-life situations as frequently as two or three times a day. My faith as …

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Mideast Christians Deserve U.S. Refuge

Iraqi Christians who fled Islamic State militants arriving at a camp church …

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A refusal to think freely is making universities increasingly irrelevant ~curated by Steve Stacey (UTS’90)

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The Death of God Is Greatly Exaggerated

The happy warrior for a muscular Christianity on why faith and science are not opposed, and why the public square benefits from expressions of belief. …

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The Genius of the Tinkerer

The secret to innovation is combining odds and ends   By Steven Johnson In the year following the 2004 tsunami, the Indonesian city of Meulaboh received eight neonatal incubators from international relief organizations. Several years later, when an MIT fellow named Timothy Prestero visited the local hospital, …

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Quote of the Week: Radanbacher

Courage does not always roar. Sometimes, it is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying: “I will try again tomorrow.” ~Maryanne Radanbacher Courage does not always roar. Sometimes, it is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying: “I will try again tomorrow.”

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Virtue for the Week: Orderliness

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“Busman’s Holiday in the Parked Bus” ~Walter Lowe (UTS’91)

The latest posting, “Busman’s Holiday in the Parked Bus” has been placed on the Astral Facts blog for Winter Break 2015-16. You can find the link here: http://astralfacts.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-busmans-holiday-in-parked-bus.html   Background:  Many years ago, Dana Rush, the astronomy adjunct faculty member, sent out regular “Astro Fact of the Week” messages.  To complement those messages about heavenly […]

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South Korea reborn: From aid recipient to donor nation

By Pat Hickey With its Alps-like peaks shrouded in layers of sunlight and fog, …

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