Even as a young boy, I've had many questions about the death of Jesus Christ and his role in the human story. I've put these questions off over the years, hoping that I'd find answers. Though I've attended years of religious training, served in many capacities in church service, and listened to thousands of hours … Continue reading Searching for the Meaning of the Atonement of Christ
What does it mean to truly live? This has been a question on my mind for the last ten years. My conscious and subconscious have chewed up on this question so much that at times I’ve felt like a cow, ruminating upon its cud. Part of this “chewing” has involved trial and error, success and … Continue reading Truly Living
Life Is Much Like Mutton Busting
My daughter is serving a mission for our church. I write her a letter every week, and as I was thinking about and composing my letter to her, it dawned on me that I was also writing a letter to myself. Below I've included some excerpts from that letter . . . ------- I know being … Continue reading Life Is Much Like Mutton Busting
It Has to be Used . . .
There is an old Jewish tale about a soap maker who did not believe in God. One day as he was walking with a rabbi, he said, “There is something I cannot understand. We have had religion for thousands of years. But everywhere you look there is evil, corruption, dishonesty, injustice, pain, hunger, and violence. … Continue reading It Has to be Used . . .
The Simple Effects of Ponderizing . . . The First Step in a Principle Based Ketogenic Lifestyle
I have found, over time, that happiness in life seems to be the greatest when I strive for balance in the three basic aspects of life: Mind, Body & Spirit. Yes, I am a physician, and I spend the majority of my day applying advise and treatment plans that have been demonstrated to be effective … Continue reading The Simple Effects of Ponderizing . . . The First Step in a Principle Based Ketogenic Lifestyle