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I was thrilled, as a Christian and a student of psychology, to read Daniel Bowman, Jr.’s new book On the Spectrum: Autism, Faith, & the Gifts of Neurodiversity. Bowman is an English professor at Taylor University, and he has written this book to educate us about the beauty that autistic…

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How much of a person’s intelligence do you think is genetic, and how much do you think is a product of his or her environment (how he/she was raised, education, etc.)?

If your answer was not “100% genetic”, it might be difficult to imagine a time when almost all professionals…

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When thinking about historical oppression, how does one weigh deaths in the tens of thousands? How do you compare that to hundreds of thousands or millions?

This question is important when considering all sorts of tragedies. There is a quote attributed to Joseph Stalin (one never knows the veracity of…

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Think about what you do. Do you often feel like you’re hanging by a thread, just waiting for someone to find out that you have no clue what you’re doing?

This feeling, often called impostor syndrome, is extremely common among parents, teachers, writers, bakers, lawyers, and even doctors. It’s common…

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Aren’t we better off without religion?

Does Christianity crush diversity?

How can you say there’s only one true faith?

How can you take the Bible literally?

Hasn’t science disproved Christianity?

Doesn’t Christianity denigrate women?

Isn’t Christianity homophobic?

If you’re not a Christian, have you found yourself asking these questions before?

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If, as Martin Luther King, Jr. said, 11 o’clock on a Sunday morning is the most segregated hour of the week… how do we fix it?

That was over 50 years ago, and it still rings true. Most churches in America have one dominant culture group. Multicultural congregations are increasing…

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Have you ever had a book that you were excited about, but failed to capture your interest?

This is my experience with John Sedgwick’s newly released From the River to the Sea: The Untold Story of the Railroad War That Made the West. I love American history, and the premise…

Jason Park

Book-reviewer, AP World History and AP Psychology Teacher. MAT Secondary Social Studies, University of Arkansas. Arlington, TX.

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