The first and greatest.

DISCLAIMER: In this post, as is often my habit, I will use “men, etc.” as a generic term for humanity rather than a term specifically related to the chromosomal make-up […]

I started this post when orthopraxy and orthodoxy was the topic of the United Methodist blogosphere. The topic may be muted now, but I wanted to put this out there, […]

In 1895, Rudyard Kipling, the famous author and poet, drafted a short prose to his son.1 In a powerful poem, of the passing of wisdom from father to son, there […]