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Review: How to Live in Fear by Lance Hahn

We and our kids live in an age of anxiety.  Most of us know someone who lives in fear, and maybe we do so ourselves.  Much of the time the fear is mild but sometimes there are panic attacks, and sometimes seemingly endless stretches of unbearable terror.  As Christians, we need to be able to support […]

Skillpower, Willpower, and New Year’s Goals

In Disease Proof, Katz argues that most people do not accomplish their goals because they do not have the skills to do so.  It isn’t that they are lazy or unmotivated or bad; it simply is that they have never learned the basic steps to choosing goals, losing weight, exercising, and so forth.  This book, […]

Review: Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective by Vicki Tillman

Many teens are interested in psychology, but most psychology texts are written from a non-Christian or anti-Christian point of view.  On the other hand, Christian psychology courses, such as Sonlight’s AP course, are available for homeschools but are too difficult for many teens. In her Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective, Vicki Tillman, M.A., […]

A Dieu, My Dear Friends, For at Least a Few Months

Dear Friends, Because of health issues and increasing family responsibilities, I need to say goodbye to you for several months.  This makes me very sad, but it is becoming increasingly obvious that I currently have neither the time nor energy to write. For the past decade I have experienced significant fatigue.  It built up slowly, […]

Unanticipated Blogging Break

For a while, dear friends, I have been both busy and unwell, and as a result I now have no more articles ready to publish.  Therefore I am taking an unanticipated blogging break while resting and recuperating. Fortunately I can read, think, and write while resting, and articles in progress include: Some Reasons to Study Shakespeare […]

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