Virtue and The Lake Wobegon Effect
My motivational speeches to high-schoolers were different that the others. “You’re not really all that special. If you want to be successful in life you’re going to choose a vocation that fits with your aptitude and abilities. You don’t have to be the best and brightest, but you do need to be the hardest-working.” More at The Acton Blog.
Creation and New Creation examines the doctrine of creation alongside new creation.
Contributors: David Rupert
Published by The High Calling, February 22, 2013.
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