Tag Archives: David Brooks

Bill Gates on the Road to Character

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The Age of Reaction

Reactionaries come in different stripes but share a similar mentality: There was once a golden age, when people knew their place and lived in harmony. But then that golden age was betrayed by the elites. “The betrayal of elites is … Continue reading

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David Brooks on Career Vs. Vocation

This is a fine piece by David Brooks. I enjoy a lot of his writing. I do think, however, that Christianity and the resurrection have a piece to play in this.   Ask yourself, can you give your life to … Continue reading

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David Brooks on Fulfillment through Promise Keeping

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David Brooks, the Choice Explosion

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Middle Ring Relationships

David Brooks NY Times Civic life has suffered. As Marc J. Dunkelman writes in his compelling book “The Vanishing Neighbor,” people are good at tending their inner-ring relationships — their family and friends. They’re pretty good at tending to outer-ring … Continue reading

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Why for the CRC the Local Option will not bring peace or unity but instead keep us from having the conversation we need to have about what marriage is for and Christian living in our marketplace world

Bob De Moor Suggests a Local Option would bring Peace and Unity Banner Editor Bob De Moor in his final editorial suggested that the “local option” might be a way to resolve the question of LGBTQ inclusion in the CRCNA. … Continue reading

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