Searching for Grace

I thought I understood grace.  After all, I’ve been a Christian almost 32 years.  And I’ve been a recipient of God’s grace all my life.  But try to explain a subject to someone; try to prepare a teaching on it; try to write an essay about it; that’s when you discover how little you really… Continue reading Searching for Grace

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The Origin of Language and its Biblical Implications

Professional linguists, archaeologists, psychologists, anthropologists, and other “ologists” typically have little to find consensus on.  However, one thing on which most would agree is that the origin of language in the human species is the hardest problem in science.  In the 19th and the first half of the 20th Centuries most scholars refused to recognize… Continue reading The Origin of Language and its Biblical Implications

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Make 2014 a New Day

If you’ve been following my blog for any length of time you’ve discovered that I don’t have a lot of totally original thoughts.  Something I come across in a book or article that I’m reading, or something I hear another person say or some topic the media is focusing on that week usually triggers the… Continue reading Make 2014 a New Day

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Greatness defined in a simple life

Over the years I’ve been fortunate to have “rubbed shoulders” with several influential men and women – from general officers to their civilian counterparts and department secretaries, from local and national politicians to captains of industry.  Most of these I admired for their people skills as well as the ingenuity, the energy, the courage, the… Continue reading Greatness defined in a simple life

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