Recipe: Homemade Chestnut Flour Fettucine with Pumpkin Sausage Sauce

"Jana," you say, "pumpkin and chestnuts are SO Fall 2019 and it is Winter 2020. What are you even doing?!" Ok, so SEO is not my thing, and I am a super basic white girl who, while loving and enjoying the sh*t out of all things fall, believes pumpkin to be delicious and appropriate year-round. … Continue reading Recipe: Homemade Chestnut Flour Fettucine with Pumpkin Sausage Sauce

Your Brain on Philanthropy: Availability Heuristic

Isn't "heuristic" such an intellectual-sounding word?! I feel erudite. I also love the way it sounds, considering what it means. A heuristic is a way of approaching a question or problem that values the practical and easy over the accurate. Basically, it's our brain jumping to conclusions, rather than taking a beat and doing the … Continue reading Your Brain on Philanthropy: Availability Heuristic

OHPT: Thoughts on Chapter 2

"Revelation and Inspiration" by Stephen T. Davis Dr. Davis is Emeritus Russell K. Pitzer Professor of Philosophy in the Religious Studies department at Claremont McKenna College. His expertise is in Analytic Theology, Christian Thought, Metaphysics, and Philosophy of Religion. In this article, Dr. Davis examines what Christians mean, and what they can mean, by the … Continue reading OHPT: Thoughts on Chapter 2