April 21 is John Muir’s birthday. Muir is typically remembered as one of America’s foremost naturalists, father of our national parks and a tireless defender of the wilderness. But he might very well have been none of those things. As a young man, Muir was gifted at building machines, and he was set to pursue … Continue reading Pursuing God Through His Works
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Interview: Scottish Poet Robert Burns and his Influence on America
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Elon Musk’s Greatest Asset? It’s Not What You May Think
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