Today’s Birthday (July24)

Alexandre Dumas (1802) Dumas was a largely self-educated French novelist and dramatist whose highly romantic novels immortalizing the adventures of the Three Musketeers and the Count of Monte Cristo have delighted many generations of readers. These historical novels, written with the aid of collaborators, are often scorned by critics, who find them lacking in style […]

Article of the Day (July 23)

Body Dysmorphic Disorder Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a condition marked by an excessive preoccupation with an imaginary or minor defect in a facial feature or localized part of the body. Those who suffer from BDD experience psychological distress that impairs their social, occupational, or educational functioning. Though the earliest known case of BDD in […]

What is the difference between the soul and spirit of man?

Question: “What is the difference between the soul and spirit of man?” Answer: The soul and the spirit are the two primary immaterial parts that Scripture ascribes to humanity. It can be confusing to attempt to discern the precise differences between the two. The word spirit refers only to the immaterial facet of humanity. Human […]

What is the hardest thing in life to overcome?

Stephen Sylvester, Husband, Father, Teacher, Musician, Occasional Writer When my wife and I had been married for about a month and a half, she started having stomach pains. Strange bruises appeared on her legs, and she felt off most of the time. A trip to urgent care led to a trip to the ER, which […]

What Is Fuchsia, Google’s New Operating System?

“The closest we’ve come to operating systems that run at all levels of consumer hardware is, somewhat ironically, Linux. Various flavors of the Linux kernel are used for Android, Chrome OS, set-top boxes, routers and modems, smart devices, and tons of industrial software besides.” by Michael Crider Fuchsia a totally new operating system, currently in […]