I'm sure you've had this happen. You're reading an article about something and the author comes up with all kinds of plausible ideas about why a certain thing happens. Except, she never mentions the most obvious and important reason. I had one of those look-around-my-empty-office-to-make-sure-I'm-not-being-filmed moments this morning when reading an article from yesterday's Washington Post. "The revenge pornographers next door" examines some horrid incidents involving nude photos posted on a secret Facebook page at the Kappa Delta Ro fraternity at Penn State. In her piece, Caitlin Dewey interviews a number of domestic violence and Internet experts about why such abuse occurs.READ FULL ARTICLE »
More than a few of us have entertained the notion of writing a book at one time or another -- perhaps to document a particular competence, to record a specific accomplishment, or just to share our life’s story. For a variety of reasons, most of us never seem to put pen to paper. To his credit, CAPT Tom Maxwell (USN Ret.) did. His new book, "Grandfather’s Journal," purposed to share with his grandson his legacy as a Naval aviator, an extraordinarily capable manager, and, most notably, as a committed Christian, whose life was transformed by unconditional acceptance of Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior. And he has done that humbly and admirably.READ FULL ARTICLE »
This Heather had two mommies, but her story’s nothing like the book. For the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview, I’m John Stonestreet with The Point.