The Chimes

Cell Phone Etiquite

March 13, 2008

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Probably not since Eli Whitney’s cotton gin has there been such an influential invention as the cellular telephone. Good ol’ Mr. Bell, inventor of the standard, tied-down phone in 1876, may or may not have imagined hi...

Procrastination and college life

March 13, 2008

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This is my last semester before graduating in May, and I feel that I can honestly say that I have learned a lot. I’m not normally one to brag, but Biola should probably give me two or three degrees since I’ve learned so...

Facts, Schmacts

February 29, 2008

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We at The Chimes take our journalistic reputations seriously. And that’s why, when I receive letters from fictitious readers, like this one, I take the time to address them. “Dear James, so what’s the deal with The Chimes?...

Overcoming the Age of Ignorance

February 29, 2008

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A couple weekends ago, I attended a seminar entitled “Cultural Apologetics: Goodness, Truth and Beauty from Dante to Harry Potter” that was presented by John Mark Reynolds. Although the message was focused around Christian...

Acknowledging our Frailty and God’s Desire to Save us Despite

February 29, 2008

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My interest in McManus has grown in recent years for a couple of reasons. First, when friends of mine moved to Beverly Hills, I joined them in the hunt for a church and one Sunday morning we landed at McManus’ church, Mosaic....

Fighting for Religious Freedom: The War Against Liberalism

February 15, 2008

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As our nation enters the 21st century, we have left behind two centuries of prosperity and dignity. According to many scholars, we are in the Age of the Church. But is this age passing away? As Christians of the new millennium,...

Elementary Thoughts On Love

Elementary Thoughts On Love

February 15, 2008

Achey Breaky Heart: Part 1

February 10, 2008

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As a collegiate journalist I am often forced to bury my emotions and feelings deep down inside in order to provide the necessary journalistic integrity and lack of bias that is characteristic of our prestigious school newspaper....

Why Men Ride Front-Saddle and Women Kill Babies (Or, how logic doesn’t tolerate injustice.)

February 8, 2008

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“If the world were a logical place, men would ride sidesaddle.” We women may laugh, but guys – I see you grimacing from bad memories of painful rides – right now you really wish the world were a logical place, don’t...

A Super Tuesday to Remember

February 7, 2008

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While watching the Super Tuesday primary results on CNN, I was reminded of why I went into print journalism. “With one percent of precincts reporting, we're projecting that (some candidate) will take (some state).” Wow,...

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