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Niche Educational Programs

Traditional liberal arts university programs generally focus on giving students a well-rounded education. There is an incredible opportunity to disrupt that broad model and instead create small and focused programs. Different sectors of industries may be very interested in sponsoring …

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Exploring the epistemology of Alasdair MacIntyre

With the shift in modern individualism, MacIntyre’s complex theory of the priority of the social takes center stage.[1]This quiddity is also related to the postmodern phenomena of foundationalism being replaced by holism.  MacIntyre’s view of holism moves the debate …

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Biblical Justice

Amos 5:24: “But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream!”
Biblical Justice
The last several weeks in our communities have been marked by violence and injustice. Many leaders are speaking out and rightfully so.
In …

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The Age of Dis-innocence

Here’s a conversation my soul has been having. It’s related to conversation, civic discourse and the appropriateness of conversations related to sex. One dynamic is what is the proper venue and who is the right person/ persons to discuss sex …

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We have entered the age of dis-incarnation. 

Digital omniscience is available. No matter. No nation.

Fruit? No, it’s not justice. It’s just a trust us. 

If you fit the algorithm, but it’s an imitation.

Profile; selectable mannerism; a tasty simulation. …

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Justice and Judge Kavanaugh

Like many watching what’s happening the nomination process of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, I’ve been shocked by the way things have unfolded. I have no political opinion on the issue that I would like to share but I’m …

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Personal Accountability: Book Review

In his book Personal Accountability, John Miller explains the premise for good leadership and responsibility in any organization begins with “I” or “me”. This concept comes in the face of many other leadership paradigms that train one to micromanage …

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