Daniel’s Story: Genesis of the US Government’s AIDS Relief in Africa

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“But it’s Daniel,” shot back the intern. Sure enough, the dying patient was one of their fellow medical students, Daniel Ochieng. [Read more...]

The Good of Believing In God

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Atheism might be in vogue, but it — for sure — hasn’t helped history as much as Christianity.  Believing in God is not only among the most reasonable ideas in history; it is among its most helpful. It is all too easy to look around the modern world and conclude that there is no place [Read More...]

An Open Letter to Justin Bieber

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By Michelle Brock * Dear Justin, I recently met a Brazilian woman who used to sell sex to wealthy businessmen, dignitaries, and celebrities. Some might call her a “high class prostitute.” She initially entered the trade in a desperate attempt to feed her children, and she made great money as one of the brothel favorites. [Read More...]

Are Our Smartphones Killing Us?

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This is the second post at Philosophical Fragments from my friend Johnnie Moore, the young vice president at Liberty University: * Recently, and for no apparent reason, a man gunned down a random college student in the middle of a crowded rail car in San Francisco. You know what’s even more unsettling? There were no [Read More...]

Out of Africa: Human Worth in the African Bush

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By Galen Dalrymple One of the most distressing aspects of the part of Africa I have seen and heard about from my fellow interns has been the view in the African bush and culture about human worth. I don’t pretend to speak for all cultures or places in Africa, but I have heard facts and [Read More...]


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