Change is difficult, but a part of Christian conversion

I am not a fan of change.  I like my routine, and I like the predictable, boring, and mundane.  My feathers get ruffled easily if things are out of order. Just ask my church: I’ve been pastor of Trinity for quite some time now, and the only thing I’ve changed in worship in the pastContinue reading “Change is difficult, but a part of Christian conversion”

In modern society, eugenics lingers in the absence of ethical reflection

If there is one common theme that ties all of humanity together, from the earliest Neanderthals to modern (or post-modern) times, it is humanity’s desire to control its own destiny.   Consider that the earliest story of sin from Genesis consisted of two individuals, Adam and Eve, who ate from the tree of the “knowledge ofContinue reading “In modern society, eugenics lingers in the absence of ethical reflection”