Always ‘In the Hunt’

An inspiring guest post by a writer I respect and enjoy reading – Timothy Dalrymple  * By Marta Hummel Mossburg Rowing is not a sport for our times. In an age where even the president thinks it’s OK to snap a selfie at a funeral, the concept of finding oneself through losing oneself is oxymoronic. [Read More…]

Applying to Medical School at 54

I think my readers will find this article interesting – Timothy Dalrymple * By Ghent Lummis as told to Marta Hummel Mossburg   “Ghent,” said my Guardian Angel at a recovery meeting, “I want you to become a doctor.” I was 50 and immediately reacted, saying, “I can’t become a doctor! It’s too late!” The [Read More…]

Why January Stinks

Editor’s Note: I am thrilled to welcome John Mark Reynolds on board as a contributing writer to Philosophical Fragments. Dr Reynolds is founder and director of the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University, where he taught philosophy. Recently he became Provost at Houston Baptist University. He has authored and co-authored many books, and his essays [Read More…]