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13

Jan'20

We’re TIGERs Tonight

In warfare, the goal is to get the other side to surrender, usually involving death and destruction.  In football, the idea is to score more points than . . .

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16

Dec'19

Ghosts of Christmas: Five Book Ideas

With 2019 winding down and Christmas getting close, you might still be looking for gift ideas relating to worldview thinking (Ha!). (Furthermore, if like us, we often buy some of the best gifts for ourselves . . .

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07

Dec'19

Well-Intended Failure – Part III of III

In fact, what doesn’t kill us usually does make us stronger (risk, danger, injury, pain, and even suffering being necessary to make us stronger and happier); we need to recognize our feelings but . . .

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06

Dec'19

Earned Success – Part II of III

Again, given all the paths to happiness we as human beings have at our disposal, earned success is by far the most important, and success isn’t necessarily material success . . .

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03

Dec'19

Good Evil – Part I of III

Haidt’s in nobody’s pocket. His goal is to understand and describe why human beings are different on politics and religion, so we can get along and function better; he's not trying to support one side or another . . .

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26

Nov'19

Gratitude 101

We’d like to introduce our seven new Praxis Circle Expert Contributors with their Full Interviews:  Eben Alexander, Bart Ehrman, Jay Ford, Charles Mathewes, Deirdre McCloskey, Karen Newell, and Roger Scruton . . .

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21

Nov'19

You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Weigel believes "the irony of modern Catholic history" is that a church maybe appearing reactionary since the Reformation might now offer a good way out of modernity’s current narrative crisis . . .

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19

Nov'19

30,000 Shades of Christianity

In any case, we must point out that Christianity is a vast religion worldwide with just about every variation imaginable; indeed, some Christians don’t believe in God or the Resurrection . . .

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15

Nov'19

Liberty or Death – Part III of III

In fact, some observers today think that the Wall’s fall by taking the pressure off the West actually opened Pandora’s Box and accentuated the differences between our American political poles . . .

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14

Nov'19

One is the Loneliest Number – Part II of III

Nonetheless, the Fall of the Wall was arguably the most important event to the world as a whole (during a time of relative peace) in the lifetimes of Millennials (Generation Y) and all others living now . . .

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