Monthly Archives: May 2016

Moral Expediency and the Atomic Bomb

The Manhattan Project that resulted in the development of the Atomic Bomb was one of the most creative moments in world history. American scientists accomplished what only a few years before was considered unthinkable–exploiting the power of the atom in … Continue reading

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Montaigne Revisited: Do I Play with My Dog, Or Does My Dog Play with Me?

Humans have long considered themselves the masters of creation. The Book of Genesis declares that humans are made in God’s image. The implication is that other forms of life do not reflect the image of God. Genesis declares further that … Continue reading

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