Here is a brief excerpt from an article written by Josie Glausiusz in which she explains that, during the summer Soltice in England, she realized that we are all one with the Sun and “we” includes druids as well as NASA scientists. It … READ MORE
Posts Tagged ‘The American Scholar’
The quality of education I received at Beloit College enabled me to receive a full scholarship from Yale University where I then earned a graduate degree in comparative literature. For many of us, attending a small liberal arts college (in Robert Frost’s words) “has made … READ MORE
Here is an excerpt from an article writtem by Susan Jacoby, A New Birth of Reason, in which she discusses Robert Ingersoll, the Great Agnostic, who inspired late-19th-century Americans by affirming the founders’ belief in separation of church and state. It was … READ MORE
Here is a brief excerpt from an article in The American Scholar written by Susan Jacoby. She points out that Robert Ingersoll, the Great Agnostic, inspired late-19th-century Americans to uphold the founders’ belief in separation of church and state.
The American Scholar is the … READ MORE