wtb on August 17th, 2009

Have you ever noticed how Rachel Maddow always seems to be on the verge of laughter– no matter what the subject? Copyrighted image. Use here in critical commentary is fair use. Any other use may be a copyright infringement

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wtb on June 9th, 2009

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wtb on April 4th, 2009

About 20 years ago, Dr. Morris Massey, head of the psychiatry department of a Texas university, put together a production entitled, “You Are What You Were When You Were Then.” Dr. Morris Massey This photo may be copyrighted. We believe its limited use here for critical commentary qualifies as fair use under U.S. copyright law. […]

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In a pluralistic world, one of the toughest questions Christians face is the fate of those who never hear the Gospel. Ironically, postmodernism offers a useful insight.

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wtb on February 23rd, 2009

Postmodernism is typically described as a reaction against the presuppositions of modernism; specifically, the notions of progress, an autonomous self, universal reason, and objective reality. In architecture, postmodernism reflects an eclectic style, mixing motifs from any period or culture. The Vancouver Public Library (photo) reflects postmodernism in its mix of ancient architecture (the Roman Coliseum) […]

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wtb on December 9th, 2008

Can we trust our perceptions of reality? NIH Photo Celebrity astronomer Carl Sagan (1934-1996) didnt’ think so.

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