Monthly Archives: June 2021


Anthony T. Massimini, Ph. D.      I was in high school during World War II.  After D-Day, June 6, 1944, I bravely fantasized running onto the beach at Normandy with the invading Americans.  I would have proudly done everything I could … Continue reading

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Christ and the Meaning of Authentic Humanism

PAUL KRAUSE I am a humanist, but not that kind of humanist. Humanism is a term that gets thrown around a lot these days—but like most terms that once had a strong philosophical foundation, humanism has been so thoroughly detached … Continue reading

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Jesus the Christ: Top Down or Bottom Up

There’s little doubt that culture plays a significant role in determining how we understand words, ideas, concepts, and beliefs. Inculturation, or the gradual acquisition of the characteristics and norms of a culture or group by a person, or another culture, … Continue reading

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