Silenced Press Equals Fractured Freedom

“I’m not teaching you what to think; I’m teaching you how to think,” emphatically stated my professor in class after class. We got it—not what to think, how to think. His assignments—papers mostly—asked us to draw deep from the well of knowledge we gained and discover our own conclusions. In retrospect, it was one ofContinue reading “Silenced Press Equals Fractured Freedom”

Why Christians Can “Celebrate” Osama’s Death

“Death of OBL reflects the world’s universal longing for justice. We want a God of love, but we also want a God of justice.” –Dan Darling via Twitter (@dandarling) Since the news broke last night about the death of Osama Bin Laden, there has been a flurry of reaction—some patriotic, some celebratory, some hilarious, someContinue reading “Why Christians Can “Celebrate” Osama’s Death”

We Love Paul

Paul McCartney from the Robert Freeman Gallery If the last two weeks of “American Idol” proved anything, it’s this–American still loves the Beatles. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison are household names, even though the band officially split in 1970 (and die-hard fans still blame Yoko Ono for that). Lennon and HarrisonContinue reading “We Love Paul”