Monthly Archives: June 2015

How we determine what’s right or wrong

The morality of genetic agriculture–and, more broadly… how we determine what’s ethically acceptable. William Green In making decisions about right and wrong all of us employ one of three paradigms or lenses through which we view and make decisions. Often … Continue reading

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Come to the Edge

“Come to the edge,” he said. “We can’t, we’re afraid!” they responded. “Come to the edge,” he said. “We can’t, We will fall!” they responded. “Come to the edge,” he said. And so they came. And he pushed them. And … Continue reading

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Why the Vote in Ireland Was Bad for Same-Sex Rights

Foreign Affairs Online – May 31, 2015 Omar G. Encarnación – Professor of Political Studies at Bard College and author Out in the Periphery: Latin America’s Gay Rights Revolution, forthcoming from Oxford University Press. The triumph of the “Yes” campaign appears … Continue reading

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Parable of the Printer

Have you ever noticed what Jesus said would choke the Spirit? Is it the power of evil? No–”the cares of this world.” (Matthew 13:22) It is always our little worries. – Oswald Chambers A writer became increasingly frustrated with his fine new … Continue reading

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