Yesterday marked World Refugee Day, a day to remember the strength and resilience of those forced to flee their homes. No one chooses to be a refugee.Read More »
Adventist Book Center and Vegetarian Food Outlet brings religion and diet together.Read More »
Post-recession America is beginning to open its wallet to charities again, but is not giving as generously to religious institutions.
While charitable donations from individuals rose nearly 4 percent overall in 2011, according to the annual "Giving USA" report, donations to houses of worship and other religious bodies dropped by 1.7 percent -- a decrease for the second year in a row.Read More »
Some weeks ago, I was asked to speak at the Eastern Washington University Baccalaureate ceremony. I said I would, on the condition that I would wear my robe. I figured I had to pay for it, and the honors cords as well, so I’m going to wear it as much as possible.Read More »
How tears awaken my fatherly heart, by Eric Blauer Eric BlauerI am Frederick Christian Blauer IV, but I go by Eric, it sounds less like a megalomaniac but still hints at my Scandinavian destiny of coastal conquest and ultimate rule. I have accumulated a fair number of titles: son, brother, …Read More »
Anselm of Canterbury once set out to prove definitively that God exists. He became so obsessed that he had difficulty eating, sleeping and performing his duties to the church.Read More »