Darrow Miller and Friends

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Christmas Spirit in Space and Time, Part 5 of 5

Our friend, Rick Pearcey, has written a splendid and fresh reflection about Christmas which we believe you will find engaging and stretching.  We are happy to post it here, in five installments, from its original publication at the Pearcey Report. The entire article is available here, subtitled, Good News Confronts Cults of Faith, Secularism, Religion,

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Christmas Spirit in Space and Time, Part 4 of 5

Our friend, Rick Pearcey, has written a splendid and fresh reflection about Christmas which we believe you will find engaging and stretching.  We are happy to post it here, in five installments, from its original publication at the Pearcey Report. The entire article is available here, subtitled, Good News Confronts Cults of Faith, Secularism, Religion,

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Christmas Spirit in Space and Time, Part 3 of 5

Our friend, Rick Pearcey, has written a splendid and fresh reflection about Christmas which we believe you will find engaging and stretching.  We are happy to post it here, in five installments, from its original publication at the Pearcey Report. The entire article is available here, subtitled, Good News Confronts Cults of Faith, Secularism, Religion,

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Christmas Spirit in Space and Time, Part 2 of 5

Our friend, Rick Pearcey, has written a splendid and fresh reflection about Christmas which we believe you will find engaging and stretching.  We are happy to post it here, in five installments, from its original publication at the Pearcey Report. The entire article is available here, subtitled, Good News Confronts Cults of Faith, Secularism, Religion,

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Not Many Famous

In his recent, provocative book, To Change the World, University of Virginia sociology professor James Davison Hunter states that cultural change nearly always comes “from the top down”, i.e. cultural elites located in centers of cultural, political, and economic power –and almost never “from the bottom up,” i.e. common people on the periphery. Cultures change from

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