Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

Heretics and Heresy: On the Intellectual Pursuit of a Christian

Historically, one of the greatest sins in the Christian church has been that of heresy. The theologian Origen was excommunicated when his teachings on the nature of man and God were condemned by the Church. The entire Protestant movement was based in the fact that Martin Luther viewed the Roman Catholic...
January 14th, 2014 | Church, Religion | Read More

Classics for the Contemporary Christian: Power’s Chronic Struggle

Power is said to corrupt and absolute power corrupt absolutely. It implies that if a person doesn’t have power, she won’t be corrupt. But power does not cause corruption; it strips away the social structures that often motivate a person to do good. Power doles out responsibility, but...
March 22nd, 2010 | Culture, Politics | Read More

The Difference Between Winning and Success – Lunch w/ TED

This week’s (late) lunch with TED features John Wooden, legendary former basketball coach for UCLA. If our schools tried to educate children to become good, as Coach Wooden is good, this country would be a better place. John is not merely learned, he is wise. ‘
April 15th, 2009 | Lunch with TED | Read More