Monthly Archives: December 2016

Predestination of the Only-Begotten Daughter ~ Tyler Hendricks Ph.D. (UTS’78)

Still today, “only-begotten” conjures up an impregnable fortress of Christian faith: Jesus is the one and only name. And although most Christians would deny predestination, they nonetheless believe Christ’s sinless birth and death on the cross was God’s plan from the beginning of the world.

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3 Causes for Judging People (and How to Accept Yourself)

When you use your judgment of others as a mirror to show you the workings of your own mind, every person’s reflection can become a valuable gift, making each person you encounter a teacher and a blessing.

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Recollections~ Herb Mayr (UTS’79)

You have to learn the real theology of personally living with the living, loving God.

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Christmas Trees Make a Comeback in Iraq ~Doug Burton (UTS’82)

No one knows how long Iraq will need to fight its way out of the nightmare of war, but those on the anti-terrorist side of the fight agree that the Christmas tree is a symbol of hope.

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Stand your Ground

two young infantrymen didn’t have it in their DNA to run from danger

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Virtue for the Week: Diligence

We are artisans, crafting whatever we create with love.

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How to Start a Movement

First follower: leadership lessons from a dancing guy

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Quote of the Week: Marple

… sacred bonds

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Why Many Young Russians See a Hero in Putin

Twenty-five years after the breakup of the Soviet Union, they crave the stability that the nationalist president represents. Recommended by Josie Hauer (UTS’90)

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Attachment Theory as a Bridge to Virtues and Creativity ~Derek Dey (UTS’87)

Last year was up and down

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