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He has a radio “audience of over 1 million listeners on more than 180 stations nationwide.”
Surrender is seldom viewed as a positive quality in popular culture. We want to locate ourselves with the winners. Victory is more appealing to most of us than the prospect of surrender.
Omid Safi begins his powerful and important blog post at “On Being” with a stern warning that is a sobering reminder to all adults who interact with children.
It is Sunday morning. I am sitting at the front of the church looking across at the singers leading music as our worship begins.
Do not read this post if you do not want to be deeply disturbed.
Here are some of the questions I feel challenged to address when I look at events that took place in Europe between 1933 an 1945:
I am asked from time to time to explain my pre-occupation with the history of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and specifically the horrific events that have become generally known as “the Holocaust.”
What values are running my family?
Deborah Orr at the Guardian goes on to make a number of other interesting points, some of which do not lead to any dubious conclusions. But, she also issues a number of dubious conclusions that are not accompanied by any interesting point.
I know nothing about Deborah Orr.