“I was once reasonably dignified,” writes Jonathan V. Last, senior writer at The Weekly Standard, explaining his formerly well-dressed, organized, clutter-free life. “Then I became a father.” The Dadly Virtues: Adventures from the Worst Job You’ll Ever Love, published by Templeton Press and edited by Last, offers an amusing array of insight from fathers in all walks and stages of life. The book is a tongue-in-cheek celebration of the trials and triumphs of fatherhood.
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Dr. Jack Templeton began his autobiography, John M. Templeton Jr: Physician, Philanthropist, Seeker, with a compelling story. While still a fledgling physician, he found himself charged with caring for a young girl who had been shot. “This is what it was all about—to care for others, to offer life and hope wherever possible,” he wrote.
It has been a common thought that the future of religious institutions depends upon attracting young people; they are, naturally, the congregations of tomorrow. Consequently, this idea is important in understanding why that generation appears to be not going to churches, synagogues, and mosques.
Is Ultimate Reality Unlimited Love?, a new book published by the Templeton Press, is the culmination of 15 years of dialogue between Sir John Templeton and Stephen Post, founder of the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love.