Lew Andrews

The Biggest Threat to Secular Progressivism

     Perhaps the biggest threat to secular progressivism’s claim to scientific validation is the growing awareness of just how little of that validation can be replicated experimentally. In 2005 Dr. John Ioannidis, co-director of Stanford University’s Meta-Research Innovation Center, wrote a now-famous paper showing that much of what has passed for “settled” research in the …

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3 Spiritual Thoughts for a Contentious Election and Continuing Pandemic

“God draweth straight lines but we call them crooked.” — Horace Mann, pioneering educator and president of Antioch College (1853–1859) “One does not live for emergencies, but the emergency discloses what manner of life we have lived.” — Caroline Hazard, president of Wellesley College (1899–1910) Let things flow or ebb, the chain will hold to …

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More on How the Debt Crisis Will Spark a Great Awakening

     A recent study by Connecticut hedge fund manager Ray Dalio for his book Principles for Navigating Big Debt Crises suggests an unexpected spiritual impact of the coming debt crisis.  After closely examining every recovery from the brink of a sovereign bankruptcy since ancient Greece, Dalio concluded that all successful government bailouts have one necessary …

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Will the Economic Crisis Spark a Great Awakening?

     It has been said that the total of U.S. federal, state, and local debt, in combination with future spending commitments, foreshadows the most predictable financial disaster in human history.  Washington’s obligations, growing at an estimated $1 trillion annually, now exceed $23 trillion, while neither of America’s two largest entitlement programs, Social Security and Medicare, …

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Taking God Back to Work

     As Americans return to work under state variations of President Trump’s three-phase reopening plan, it will certainly be with a heightened sense of social responsibility. For many it will be enough to wear a mask and keep a healthy distance, but others will undoubtedly be seeking a more spiritual relationship with both their customers …

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Finding God in Space

The prospect of colonizing Mars used to be no more than a distant fantasy, but today it seems tantalizingly real. NASA remains committed to building a deep-space passenger capsule called the Orion. Meantime, private companies like Blue Origin and SpaceX are bringing excitement to the field. Elon Musk hopes to put 200 colonists on the …

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