Archives for Mar 16, 2012 @ 12:01

Roger Olson, Rosemary Ruether, and Male Aggression

From Roger’s summary of Ruether’s study: Now, how does Ruether’s view support my own? It seems to me that the root cause of the present male malaise is resentment arising from the perception that males are viewed by society as, at their core, inferior to females. One education expert noted (in Newsweek’s “The Boy Crisis” [Read More…]

Women and Pay

Wow, this report comes out with guns blazing, and it should: I urge you, today, to ask at your place of employment. In every field, at every level of education, men earn more than women. That’s the grim takeaway of this new report [PDF] from the U.S. Census Bureau, which assesses the value of a higher education in [Read More…]

If God then What? 3 (Andrew Wilson)

IF GOD THEN WHAT 3 – REPAINTING GOD This is the third of three brief posts I’ve done based on my book, If God Then What? Wondering Aloud About Truth, Origins and Redemption. I’ve talked a fair bit about the importance of asking questions, and given some examples of what I think are some good [Read More…]

Business People 4 (Michael Kruse)

The Godfather movie trilogy has one of my favorites takes on ethics with business: (insert best Brando voice here), “It’s not personal. It’s business.” And then there is the infamous tell-all Mayflower Madam from the 1980s, Sydney Biddle Barrows, who said, “I ran the wrong kind of business, but I did it with integrity.” We [Read More…]