E.B. White once wrote upon the "the mystique of language", the beauty of well-crafted sentences, the "ah-ha" that cannot be reformed. Sentences such as "These are the times that try men's souls," that cannot find the same meaning and the same force and the same beauty in any other form but that which was discovered … Continue reading Rhetoric and Racism
Coming down the grape-vine we always happen to stop for lunch at In-N-Out. However, on our last trip, when the question was asked, all my siblings shouted from their seats, "Panda Express!"And in an even more bizarre fashion, we drove to Panda Express without a challenge. We ordered our food, ate it quite quickly, and … Continue reading The Panda Express Test
Did God Really Command Genocide? By Paul Copan and Matthew Flannagan A hyphenated presentation I. The Big Picture What I have found to be the mosthelpful in opening a discussion, especially one on an unfamiliar subject, is to begin by asking the big picture questions: “Why is this discussion taking place?”, “What are the problems … Continue reading Did God Really Command Genocide?