Faith, Doubt, Fear

unsplash-logoMarkos Mant

“For now we see through a glass, darkly…” I have spent many hours in all three categories.  Faith The first category is faith.  We all believe things. We believe things about reality; we also imagine things that we don’t really know about, but we imagine and believe. I have constructed statements of faith, I have […]

Father Reflections on Departure, Adventure, Parenting

Well, it has begun. Caleb leaves for London today.  Joe leaves for Westmont on the 26th. Couldn’t be more excited for both of them. Curious about the future, and my emotional response to their leaving. A sort of final departure. [imagebrowser id=2] When did it all happen.  It wasn’t long ago that I was standing […]

Paying girls NOT to get Pregnant

How about this for incentive:  Pay your daughter to not get pregnant. There is actually a program called College Bound Sisters at the University of North Carolina Greensboro.  The goals of the program are to help girls graduate high school, enroll in college while avoiding pregnancy and they incentivize the girls with a $7 a […]

TED | Talks | Dan Dennett: A secular, scientific rebuttal to Rick Warren (video)

Daniel Dennett is the author of “Breaking the Spell,” a book about religion being the result of natural phenomenon. As a result of this premise he desires the “facts” of all religious belief to be a mandatory part of education in America. It is a fascinating video as he critiques Rick Warren’s “Purpose Driven Life”. […]

New Blogs

Kelly (the wife) and I are launching a new blog called The Parenting Paradigm and she has started a blog focused on home education called Substantive Education. Take a visit – they are in their fledgling forms. Technorati Tags: Home Education, Parenting