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Who Are You Blaming?

Eve’s Sisters, a book of essays published nearly three years ago, points out the application of certain psychological principles in the lives of women (men too) in the Bible. And although I haven’t done a super job of marketing the … Continue reading

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I Will Be So Happy!

Do any of these statements sound familiar? If they do, I’m making the assumption that you live in America. We want to be Happy with a capital H, now and always. In fact, psychologist Daniel Gilbert, author of Stumbling on … Continue reading

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Thank You So Much!

“But you don’t have a degree in theology,” he said. “How can you expect people to take you seriously?” Those were the stinging words hurled (my perception) my way after the publication of Eve’s Sisters, a compilation of essays about … Continue reading

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