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Posts published by “Keith Hildesheim”

An axe and a myth: thoughts for June “Men’s Health Month”

On a cool, clear Saturday morning I was chopping wood. Chips and splinters sprayed when a neighbor peered over my fence in greeting. I welcomed him with dirt speckled face—an axe thrust over my shoulder. He looked around; seeing the pile of split timber and my sweaty brow he congratulated…

A good Christian doesn’t ask

Pastel colors, bunny-logoed candy, baskets filled with messy, plastic grass, and Cadbury eggs are everywhere. Easter, a supposed celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, has become another “Hallmark holiday,” an enterprise capitalizing on Christian sentiment, influencing secular society. The Christian religion is a ubiquitous structure of American culture. Recently,…

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