Dr. Mahlon Locke built a reputation for treating rheumatism in the 1920s and 1930s. Denounced as a “faith healer” but admired as a “foot twister” and “hoof doctor,” he treated thousands of sufferers at his clinic in Williamsburg, Ontario.
Not only the Native American people, but their art and culture have too long been ignored by modern society. Our lives are busy, but we must stop to reflect on our past. Thankfully history challenges us to pay attention to men like the Rev. Dr. Sheldon Jackson, who first went to Alaska as a Presbyterian…
The word “research” suggests that we are always seeking the discovery and interpretation of new knowledge. It is the phrase “of new knowledge” that bothers me, for what if the researcher is looking for “old knowledge” yet to be learned? This is a philosophical conundrum for someone other than me to fathom, so for now…
It is the First Sunday of the month and here is another mystery to solve! There is lots of fun to be found in the English language. Here is an idiom for all of us!