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By Roger Erdvig “Boys will be boys,” the old saying goes. But did you know that boys in Massachusetts’ schools who consider themselves to be girls have the…

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By Roger Erdvig Remember “Bill Nye the Science Guy”? Bill Nye starred in a series of science videos that have been used to make science fun in homes…

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By Scott Fowler This, of course, is not a surprise. If you can believe it, the logic Bell uses is the bigger problem. Essentially he is saying, “What…

Love. The following is a quote from Han Urs Von Balthasar. It thus becomes clear that faith is ordered primarily to the inconceivability of God’s love, which surpasses us and anticipates us.…

A Father’s Letter To His Graduating Son

For the better part of two decades, I have engrossed myself in your life. Much of my effort has been simply to keep you alive and healthy. I have sung songs, and played games, and answered questions, but more than that, I have loved you at depths that even now you are not able to understand and won’t be until you have a child of your own. Though at times I have tried to express and explain that love to you, I realize that, for now, between us, I’ll have to be content with knowing its depths on my own. Part of a parent’s lot I suppose.