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When will we learn money won’t fix education?

TAWNELL D. HOBBS “If confirmed as education secretary by the U.S. Senate, Betsy DeVos will take over a national education system with an improving graduation rate but stagnant test scores, despite a reform effort under the Obama administration that pumped billions into the worst-performing schools.”…

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Dennis New

Our devolution into hatred. (3) of (3)

Many Republicans and conservatives were appalled by Obama’s political philosophy arguing that it fit better in a Marxist/Socialist world than in an American Constitutional Republic. Yes, there did arise a small percentage of extremists but they were too small a group to represent the whole…

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Dennis New

Our devolution into hatred. (2) of (3)

Politics has become a pejorative Politics has earned its bad name because it is practiced more out of emotionalism than reason. There is a difference between vigorous debate and contentiousness. There was vigorous debate over writing the Constitution between Federalists and anti-Federalists. You do not…

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Dennis New

Our devolution into hatred. (1) of (3)

One of the greatest technological advances that has changed who we are as people is social media: Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, to name just three. I have often written that technology is basically neutral, it is how it is used that make it a plus or…

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How Certain is Certain? (8 concluding)

(The full text of this study can be found in the “University” section under “Critical Thinking and Logic”, then under “Critical Thinking.”) Wrapping It Up In the Judeo/Christian experience God has always in various ways involved himself in our world. We’ve had encounters with and…

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How Certain is Certain? (7)

(The full text of this study can be found in the “University” section under “Critical Thinking and Logic”, then under “Critical Thinking.”)  Finding Certainty In our search for meaning, our search for certainty, we need information that ties us to this vastness we are in…

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How Certain is Certain (6)

(The full text of this study can be found in the “University” section under “Critical Thinking and Logic”, then under “Critical Thinking.”) Before we learn of the Seraphim, we encountered another creature from God’s realm: “After he drove the man out, he placed on the…

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How Certain is Certain? (5)

(The full text of this study can be found in the “University” section under “Critical Thinking and Logic”, then under “Critical Thinking.”) Contradictions We don’t live very well with contradiction, or contraries, for that matter. Contraries in the philosophical world are only seemingly contradictions, or…

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How Certain is Certain? (4)

(The full text of this study can be found in the “University” section under “Critical Thinking and Logic”, then under “Critical Thinking.”) A New Worldview Enters I’ve followed the teaching of Yahweh found in the Hebrew teaching in searching for meaning because for me it…

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How Certain is Certain? (3)

  (The full text of this study can be found in the “University” section under “Critical Thinking and Logic”, then under “Critical Thinking.”) For many Christians God is a kind of magician; he speaks and voilà, something from nothing appears. Roy Clouser, Ph.D (University of…

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