Beyond our best guess: Living with ambiguity and adaptability

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By The Rev. Jeremy Myers In the two weeks since our daughter, Mikayla, headed to college, we have communicated with her daily through both text...

Assimilation has become a dirty word

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By Leo Morris Can you tell from the following three summaries which groups of Americans are being described? Two million of them flooded into this country...

How can Darwin be so wrong and still be right?

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By Alan Winslow Charles Darwin’s 162-year-old theory of evolution has failed to explain the miraculous history of life on Earth. Darwin’s theory is wrong. It...

What do you need?

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By Pegi Bricker The phrase “Life Happens” is about as true as any secular phrase I have ever heard. I won’t list all the ways it...

My Third Trip to Afghanistan: A Special Relationship

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By Craig Davis (This is the third of three columns by Jackson County native Craig Davis.) Watching the chaos unfolding at the Kabul airport on the...

Mark Franke: Déjà vu all over again

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By Mark Franke Yogi Berra, whom I consider the 20th century’s pithiest philosopher, once reputedly said, “It’s like déjà vu all over again.” Unfortunately, much of...

What choice will you make?

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By Steve Greene Over the past few weeks, we have considered some of the outlandish claims Jesus made. In one instance, he claimed to be the...

Will “disruptive innovation” prophet Cathie Wood’s flock need an “ARK?”

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By Mickey Kim Whether it’s Ali vs. Frazier in boxing (the “Thrilla in Manila”), Duke vs. Kentucky in basketball or Godzilla vs. Kong in the...

More casualties of a refusal to learn

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By John Krull There’s a reason three different presidents kicked the can down the road when it came to getting out of Afghanistan. As the attack...

Put in the extra effort to develop skills

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By Matt Nicholson During my seventh season of racing bicycle motocross, I was lucky enough to be joined by my then-fiancée, Zabrina. Before I share how...