by Don Ingwerson When individuals, alone, or as part of a company, political party, or government present untrue or inaccurate information to the public through the media or other avenues, inevitably there is damage – individuals hurt, jobs lost, economies damaged, communities destroyed.
by Don Ingwerson “What is truth?” asked Pilate during the trial of Jesus before his tragically unjust crucifixion. Jesus was subsequently put to death – not because Pilate found fault with Jesus’ answer, but because the public were stirred into rejecting what Jesus understood to be true. Today, climate change, health care, and evolution are […]
by Don Ingwerson We can’t help but be on a journey through life, searching for answers to questions. And sometimes these questions are the profound spiritual questions that become our own personal spiritual quest. I’ve always found deep comfort in Mary Baker Eddy’s hymn (Hymn 207-212) titled Mother’s Evening Prayer.
A guest post written by Ginny Nilsen, California Besides my desktop computer, I use a laptop, a notebook, and an iPhone for sending e-mails. Each has a uniquely different keyboard and sometimes my fingers don’t quite adapt to the placement of the keys unless my thought is adapted to the application I am using at […]
Guest article written by Annette Kreutziger-Herr Christian Science Practitioner http://www.kreutzigerherr.com/blog Someone from the city hall called a few weeks ago. The contracted moderator for a large conference on “Dialog among religions for and with children and young people” had cancelled at the last minute – whether I could step in, in a few hours, and moderate […]