Monthly Archives: November 2014

On Steve Jobs and Sophocles

When I look at how our society has treated Joe Paterno or is currently treating Bill Cosby, it is clear that we have a tendency to damn the entirety of man’s life’s work because of the evil he is suspected … Continue reading

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How to Raise a Monster

Recently in one of or our assemblies I spoke on the constant temptation to worldliness.  As Saint John puts it, this worldliness is marked by “the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes and the boastful pride … Continue reading

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Thanks for Doing the Minimum

“Thanks for doing the minimum.”  Rhetoric school students (that’s what we call our high school students at the school where I am headmaster) are familiar with this phrase because this is what I jokingly say when, for instance, a boy … Continue reading

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When God Stops

Text: Luke 8:40-56

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