Rapid Vaccine Development – Covid-19

One common objection to receiving Covid vaccinations is the perception that researchers developed the vaccines too quickly. Knowing the scientific reasons for this triumph of timing and the rigors of testing and production quality controls ought to alleviate this concern. I recently viewed a PBS program on American Experience entitled The Polio Crusade. Even though … More Rapid Vaccine Development – Covid-19

Developing a Biblical Worldview – Worldview Footings: The Case for Vaccines

Three recent observations: 1. Word continues to reach us of self-identified Christians who have fallen ill with Covid. Some have required hospitalization experiencing severe pneumonia symptoms. Given current vaccination statistics, it is safe to assume that the majority of these individuals are unvaccinated. One hospitalized acquaintance reported that all their “Christian” friends encourage them not … More Developing a Biblical Worldview – Worldview Footings: The Case for Vaccines

Accountable Freedom “A voice of one crying in the wilderness.”

In my reading today, I came across the word altruism, a term I do not often encounter these days. The context is in the book, Successful Aging by Daniel J Levitin (pp. 202-203). Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition. “In the United States, one-quarter of people aged sixty-five and older volunteer, and in Canada, more than … More Accountable Freedom “A voice of one crying in the wilderness.”