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Les Miserables and the Power of a Balladeer

In a previous post I wrote about Les Miserables as a platform for understanding the impact of one’s worldview on how we perceive truth. But the experience of viewing the movie included, for me, a deeper level. How do we … Continue reading

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Tchaikovsky From the Trash: Classical Music for Paraguay’s Poor Kids!

Recently my daughter, Maryrose Young, sent me a short video of the LandFill Harmonic orchestra. The  inspirational video powerful depicts the imago Dei humanity of the poorest of the poor. Men, women, and children who live and work in a garbage dump discover … Continue reading

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The Book that Made Your World

Our good friend Vishal Mangalwadi recently released his latest, and arguably most significant book to date: The Book That Made Your World: How the Bible Created the Soul of Western Civiliation. We feel so strongly about the book that we purchased a … Continue reading

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For Every Little Miracle …

Here’s an amazing pro-life video… from Pampers! – Scott Allen placehold 00   

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Hand That Rocks the Cradle, part 3 of 4

Darrow’s third lecture from The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Rules the World will demonstrate that: Maternal feminism focuses on nurture, connectedness, interdependence, values necessary for the nurturing of human beings and building a healthy society. Egalitarian feminism is radically … Continue reading

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Beauty As a Moral Necessity

Cynthia Pearl Maus (1880-1970) was an author and editor who inspired many with her writing on beauty and the arts. We are so accustomed to thinking of beauty as merely decorative and ornamental that we forget that beauty is a … Continue reading

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