Monthly Archives: January 2013

On passing an empty store front on Euclid with a labyrinth sitting alone in the middle of the floor

The other day I was walking along Euclid Avenue on the way to the Bancroft Library when I passed an empty storefront. It had been, for a short time, a shop with religious articles, not a Christian store, but a … Continue reading

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Thoughts While Reading PSR Student Papers from 1910

Before World War I, PSR students were an optimistic lot.  They were the Progressive Era generation.  One of them, W. C. Allen, wrote, Our growing civilization has not yet outgrown the social message of Jesus.  We are growing into it.  … Continue reading

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