Month: April 2011
“I’m right, you’re wrong, I’m big, you’re small.” The antagonist in the 1996 movie Matlida, Ms. Agatha Trunchbull, ran a tight ship a Crunchem Hall Elementary School. She told Harry Wormwood children are all mistakes and she was glad she was not ever one.
Teens hurt. In fact, … Continue readingRead More
What happens when we rub shoulders with those outside our own Christian faith tradition? Slippery slope arguments would contend we may jettison our convictional framework in favor of the novelty of something new. Generally what we find in a new tradition is something that may be deficient in our … Continue readingRead More