Judas and the Self

Judas Iscariot killed himself out of overwhelming despair, disappointment and self-disgust. He had committed the worst sort of action and he hated himself for it. He betrayed the Christ and there is no amount of despondency or self-pity which can change that fact. Judas did what he did, and it is set in reality. A...Continue reading

A Too Easy Panic

It is a part of American history. On Sunday October 30, 1938 at 8:00 PM (EST) thousands of people tuned their radios to the most popular show of the day: the “Chase and Sanborn Hour” staring Edgar Bergen. At about twelve minutes into the hour, the program went into the musical section of the show.  Most...

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