There’s A Mile-Wide Chasm That’s Opened At Grand Canyon University

This past week, Grand Canyon University, a private Christian university in Phoenix, cancelled an appearance by conservative Ben Shapiro, citing a desire to “bring unity to a community that sits amidst a country that is extremely divided.” This is hardly the first time that Shapiro has had the speaking rug pulled out from under him. [...]

By |2019-02-05T12:02:01-08:00February 5th, 2019|Apologetics, Culture, Ethics|Comments Off on There’s A Mile-Wide Chasm That’s Opened At Grand Canyon University

Mulling Over Robert Frost At 10,000 Feet

Last week on a hike of "Mount Baldy", a 10,000 foot mountain in So-Cal near our home, I passed a group of college students going the other direction who were discussing Robert Frost’s famous poem “The Road Not Taken”. I overheard one of them saying, “Yeah, my teacher said that the poem isn’t what most [...]

By |2018-06-08T09:40:11-07:00June 4th, 2018|Arts, Culture, Ethics|Comments Off on Mulling Over Robert Frost At 10,000 Feet

How Would You Like To Die? – Part 2

I recently read an recent article by Ezekiel Emmanuel, Why I Hope to Die At 75. In the article, Emmanuel muses on the subject of aging and death. “Doubtless, death is a loss,” he writes. “It deprives us of all the things we value. But…living too long is also a loss. It renders many of [...]

By |2017-05-20T18:37:10-07:00September 4th, 2016|Culture, Ethics|Comments Off on How Would You Like To Die? – Part 2