Objectivity is Alive But Not Well Understood
Feb23

Objectivity is Alive But Not Well Understood

Recognizing the subjectivity of my personal perspective doesn’t kill objectivity. It may just need a little resuscitation.

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I Still Believe in Christmas
Dec20

I Still Believe in Christmas

What is there to believe in Christmas when you no longer believe in God? My personal thoughts on what I’d like my son to grow up to celebrate at Christmas.

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The “Other Side” of Addiction
Sep10

The “Other Side” of Addiction

Posting pictures of overdosed addicts to the internet is NOT helpful intervention.

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Is Unethical Good Enough?
Aug10

Is Unethical Good Enough?

When rhetoric ratchets up, we risk miscommunicating our position in favor of enflaming passion. Can distinguishing between moral and ethical concerns help us hear one another better?

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My Favorite “Pregnancy” Film? Fargo
Jul01

My Favorite “Pregnancy” Film? Fargo

When we take a look at the genre of pregnancy movies it rapidly emerges that culturally we have a very narrow view of pregnant women. But then there’s Fargo…

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Gorillas in the Zoo with Tripp York
Jun10

Gorillas in the Zoo with Tripp York

Bryne and JR. welcome author and professor Tripp York to discuss the recent death of Harambe the gorilla at the Cincinnati zoo. Bringing insights from his book THE END OF CAPTIVITY to bear, Tripp invites us to consider the very nature of zoos – and the animal kingdom.

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