British politician and philanthropist William Wilberforce was a tireless advocate for the abolition of British slave trade, but he knew that words alone often fall on deaf ears. So, in the… Continue Reading Seeing Is Believing: The Inhuman Late-Term Abortion Industry
The thing with worldviews is that they don’t go away. They linger n the behavior of people and in their effect on the culture. This is especially true when it comes… Continue Reading Tocqueville, Lenin, and Trotsky on Women
I engaged in a conversation about abortion with an abortion advocate (I refuse to use the term pro-choice as a meaningless, post-modern sound bite). I wanted to understand their reasoning.… Continue Reading Conversations on Abortion
Lawrence M. Krauss, a well-known cosmologist and popular-science writer, wrote a new book titled A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing, in which he claims that the… Continue Reading Can We Do Science Without Philosophy?
When I was about nine years old, my mom purchased a Steinway upright piano and hired a music teacher to give me and my brothers lessons a couple of times a… Continue Reading Teaching Children About Music
Unless you lived in a cave in Uzbekistan for the past thirty years, you know we now live in a postmodern western world that is increasingly rejecting its Judeo-Christian roots in… Continue Reading Teaching Children About Hyperreality
Hannah and I left the children with my sister-in-law on Saturday and drove to the Long Beach convention center for the California Homeschool Convention. We arrived around 11:15 am and… Continue Reading Long Beach Home School Convention