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Chaplain’s Corner: CXV

“When God Seems Silent” The most telling argument against Judeo-Christian understanding of the world is the silence of God. Prayers go unanswered.  Children get sick and die.  Dictators drag their countries […]

Chaplain’s Corner: CXIV

“Small Things Matter”   The European adventurers who sailed across the Atlantic in the 15th and 16th centuries discovered a new hemisphere.  But on April 24, 1676, Anton von Leeuwenhoek, […]

Chaplain’s Corner: CXII

“Are People Like Hot Dogs?”   It’s summertime, the season for hot dogs.  There have always been two great mysteries surrounding the quintessential American snack:  What are they really made […]

Chaplain’s Corner: CVII

“The Power of the Personal” It matters when we see someone’s face. A few years ago, Jonathan Taylor, an Israeli Physician was conducting a fascinating experiment. With their consent, he […]