Christian 2 Christian

As kids growing up in New York, my pals and I would often choose up teams for stick ball games in the streets and the schoolyard. But it never seemed to matter where we’d play or how star-stacked my teams would be, my guys and I would always seem to wind up losing....

Scriptural Tolerance

T olerance, especially in the academic realm, though not limited to academia is a welcome virtue. Tolerance means being broad-minded, permissive and accepting many different points of view. At best tolerance is being considerate of even contradictory opinions. Thus...

Christian 2 Christian

“  This, in part, is an update. It’s a necessary one, I’m convinced. It’s been, you see, a week since my last writing when I was clearly staggering through a full-on physical and mental challenge of my faith. And the column, produced in that midst, seems to have...

Christian 2 Christian

I love doing these columns, primarily because deep inside me, they seem to more strongly align me with God. In the creation process, the works invariably inspire me to try harder to understand how I may fit into God’s plan. And that’s extremely uplifting. But writing...

MAINTAING A SPIRITUAL FOCUS

When life throws you off track what should you do? Often our belief in God and our experiences in life don’t always connect. Stated another way, sometimes our response to experiences at home, at school and on the job appear to be the opposite of our faith. When that...