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Microscopic wonders

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New C. S. Lewis recordings – Ransom Trilogy

What a delight to hear on my drive to work this morning that the Wade Center is releasing newly digitized recordings of C. S. Lewis. They capture Lewis reading excerpts from the Ransom Trilogy. The Wade Center Podcast, hosted by … Continue reading

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How will the pandemic change us?

Francis Collins’ personal perspective is both wise and moving: Pray for those at NIH and in similar research capacities around the world.

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Wisdom for survivors

The DNC concluded last night. A boy with a stutter named Brayden showed what courage and inspiration look like (update). And Joe Biden gave the best speech he’s ever given since this one, which holds warmth and wisdom for any … Continue reading

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The spirit of Truman State University

Zac Burden’s rallying call to students at Truman embarking upon this extraordinary fall semester.

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BioLogos Statement on science and the pandemic

A Christian statement on science in the pandemic: First paragraph: … Final section: Read the full statement here.

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Jack and Sue anniversary, August 4, 1954

65th Wedding Anniversary from Laura M. on Vimeo. Laura, thank you for creating this video. It brought tears to my eyes (esp. once Brianna starts singing). So beautiful. I want to watch this over and over again. Thank you, Mother … Continue reading

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Love, Kirksville

Ah, my home town has sent a love letter to my alma mater, and it makes me long for both. As my first chemistry teacher used to say, “When you’re tired of Kirksville, you’re tired of living!” Thank you, Mayor … Continue reading

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2020 Torrance Virtual Workshop-Retreat

78 people have registered so far for the Torrance Workshop-Retreat. Given the virtual nature of the event, there’s still plenty of room! This is an event I’ve been privileged to organize along with Brent Purkaple, Daniel Cameron and Geordie Ziegler. … Continue reading

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Tim Keller on hope, at Hong Kong University

Hope is essential for life at any time, particularly for living in times like these. in this 2014 address at Hong Kong University, Tim Keller channeled Augustine, C. S. Lewis, and J. R. R. Tolkien with reflections on hope and … Continue reading

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