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The Odd Couple and Abortion Culture (from the website)

Oscar, which means “spear of God,” was a slob, but he had an eye for wonder, a talent for friendship, and an openness to adventure. Felix, which means “happiness,” could never achieve the joy and peace he yearned for because it cannot be achieved as a willed end; it can only be...
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The Odd Couple and Abortion Culture

All life is mortal. It is both terrible and beautiful. It can be puzzling, perplexing, even enigmatic. But apprehending this fruitful ambiguity requires an openness to the possibility of Truth and the courage to follow no matter where it leads.
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The Odd Couple and Abortion Culture

  I was seven years old when Neil Simon’s Broadway play The Odd Couple became a TV series. Forty-five years later, I still remember Oscar and Felix as perfect embodiments of the liberated and the oppressed—which, I suppose, might reveal something about my own organizational...
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The Odd Couple and Abortion Culture

  I was seven years old when Neil Simon’s Broadway play The Odd Couple became a TV series. Forty-five years later, I still remember Oscar and Felix as perfect embodiments of the liberated and the oppressed—which, I suppose, might reveal something about my own organizational...
Read More →