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Why I Never Settled for Agnosticism

“Why”? I hear that a lot now with an almost three-year-old at my side. I remember hearing it a lot in college too. Agnosticism was popular among my peers, and it certainly seemed comfortable. But as my chatty three-year-old has taught me, there are two ways to ask “Why”? One is out of genuine curiosity, […]

A British Wit

In my humble opinion, no one is as witty as our neighbors across the sea; the British know dry humor, and dear Chesterton knew it best of all. Not only did he defend truth and an ethical code, he did it with a humor that none of his adversaries could ignore, allowing him to befriend […]