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17th October 2018

Brexit–A Messy Divorce?

John Meakin

“Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union, or leave the European Union?” 52 percent voted in favor of leaving. A protracted and tortuous process of disentanglement has begun.

17th October 2018

Do You Value Life?

Sheldon Monson

One of the leading causes of death among teenagers is suicide. The Centers for Disease Control reports that it is the third-leading cause of death in the United States for young people between the ages of 15 and 24.

17th October 2018

Into the Storm!

Wallace Smith

Our world is home to many kinds of storms, with the power to reduce even our largest cities to rubble and destroy thousands of lives. Can these awesome phenomena teach us anything?

17th October 2018

Modern-Day Gladiators

Michael Heykoop

While our society claims to be making progress toward a more peaceful spirit, the popularity of “Ultimate Fighting” and similar bloody sports gives evidence to the contrary.

10th May 2018

Mystery of the Mind

Wallace G. Smith

What is happening when you think? Is your mind just the result of electrochemical activity? Or is there something more to your consciousness—something beyond physical measurement?

17th October 2018

Tame the Social Media Monster!

Gerald Weston

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the like were supposed to bring all of us together. Instead, they are dividing our society and reshaping our minds.

17th October 2018

The Balfour Declaration Turns 100

John Meakin

British intervention in the history of the Jewish people continues to impact the world a century later. The Balfour Declaration of November 2, 1917, became the major catalyst for one of the great turning points in world history.

17th October 2018

The Butterfly: Master of Metamorphosis

Wallace Smith

It is easy to think of the transformation of caterpillar to butterfly and fail to consider the everyday miracle it represents. It is truly one of the great wonders of the living world.