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Who is Hunter?

By: on February 17, 2020

Who is Hunter? Hunter began his career at Westmont College as an Assistant Professor of Sociology from 1982-1983. He then moved to the University of Virginia, where he taught as an Assistant Professor of Sociology from 1983 to 1989. He then became a Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies from 1989 to 1994. He held…

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Torture and Eucharist

By: on February 10, 2020

The In Torture and Eucharist, William Cavanaugh examines the torture that took place under General Pinochet in Chile caught my attention because is a very controversial observation of the Eucharist. General Pinochet was a Chilean dictator who took power after overthrowing President-elect Salvador Allende and who ruled Chile between 1973 and 1990, harshly repressing the…

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Recognizing Our Lens

By: on October 28, 2019

Each of us views the world in a unique way.  There are no two people who view every single aspect of life in the exact same way (unless of course, they’ve been brainwashed or programmed by some other form of intelligent life or magic, thus stripping them of their individuality).  Unfortunately, oftentimes we don’t recognize…

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Adler, How to Read a Book

By: on October 7, 2019

I wish I could have read Adler, “How to Read a Book” during my time when I started the seminar. The reason I say that is because as I was reading the book, I realized how it could have saved me more time and enjoy my reading better if I would have known about the…

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Side by Side

By: on September 15, 2019

  “I will be dead before I see the Ring in the hands of an Elf!” – Gimli, son of Gloin, The Fellowship of the Ring (movie adaptation)   In 2012, I made my first trip to Hong Kong to serve with a Christian organization that sends Christian teachers to closed nations in Asia to…

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