Learned Helplessness, the Hebrews, and You

learned helplessness

The typical picture given of learned helplessness is of a hawk staying in its cage, though the door is open and it is free to soar once again. The problem with this image is that, while certainly poignant, it minimizes the actual damage that precedes the state of learned helplessness. Abuse is almost always the […]

Courting Miracles: Instructions for Walking on Water

The problem with miracles, I have found, is that they are easy to forget.  Already I hear dissent.  Unbelievers like to claim that if they were to truly witness a miracle, then and only then would they lay down their unbelief.  But in my experience, miracles don’t even make believers believe.  Consider the Hebrews.  The […]