Thanks again to John Fea for pointing me to this link (which he got from someone else, I believe). This is just too good not to share!!
Once again, John Fea comes through with a thought provoking blog post. He is discussing a review of some recent books that consider America’s proclivity to be involved in one war after another over the years of its history. (Dr. Fea links to all of the pertinent articles and books, so I’ll avoid that here.) […]
Just looked over this article from the Southern Poverty Law Center (thanks again to John Fea for the blog post that alerted me to this). Apparently a white-supremacy type group is trying to garner mainstream “support” by creating pages on facebook which users can like, without realizing who created the page or what they stand […]
Thanks again to my friend and colleague John Fea over at The Way of Improvement Leads Home for the link to this video. The video features David Weaver-Zercher, another fellow professor at Messiah, talking about his newest book The Amish Way: Patient Faith in a Perilous World (he is one of three authors of this […]
A recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education discussed some hot water a Christian professor has gotten into. He wrote a book about Christianity, in which one small part entertains the notion that Noah’s flood may not have been world wide. I’m not an expert in this, but I have heard before that scientists […]
Found out yesterday that it is possible to get a free copy of the CD by my former statistics student, and amazing musician, Dave Moran. Here’s my suggestion for you: Check out his music at davemoran.net Go to Noise Trade and download his album in MP3 form, for free! You will be asked for your […]
That provocative headline is the claim of Peter Haas in a TED talk in July 2010. He claims that it was an engineering disaster. Shoddy construction was the reason the earthquake claimed so many lives. He compares the death toll from Haiti’s 7.0 magnitude quake to that of Chile’s 8.8 magnitude quake (not long after) […]