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Calling all Tolkien nerds!

Though it was late in getting posted, PHIL 4250 Tolkien and Lewis on Myth and Truth will be offered Fall 2020.  Please spread the word to fans of Tolkien and Lewis!

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March for Life 2020

Today is the March for Life in Washington DC.  I have previously discussed how the March for Life is wildly underreported in the major media despite it being one of the biggest demonstrations of the year in DC, so you … Continue reading

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USU Students for Life

There is a new chapter of Students for Life at USU.  Students for Life is a national organization whose mission is to promote respect for the dignity of all persons (pre-born and born) and to support the pro-life generation in … Continue reading

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Music release from a former student

One of my best former students, USU Philosophy alum Dan Tate, has released his first album of original music, called Maybe Love.  The album release describes it thusly, “Spanning many genres—jazz, musical theater, folk, and pop—Maybe Love explores endings, new beginnings, and … Continue reading

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Theology on Tap

I will be the presenter for the Theology on Tap – Logan group tonight.  My topic is “Tolkien and Faierie Theology”.  All are welcome. Beehive Grill, 6:30pm

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Humanae Vitae documentary

This year is the 50th anniversary of one of the most significant and controversial encyclical letters of the last several hundred years – Humanae Vitae.  In that encyclical, Pope Paul VI reaffirmed Catholic teachings regarding marriage and family, most notably … Continue reading

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Two-Spacers, rejoice!

Readers of this blog may know that there is a fiery debate out there in the grammar world about whether you should have one or two spaces after sentence ending punctuation.  This seems to be, in part, a generational issue.  … Continue reading

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