Glynn Harrison



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A Better Story: God, Sex an...

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Ego Trip: Rediscovering Gra...

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Wielkie ego

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The Big Ego Trip

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Examination Notes in Psychi...

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Sticks and Stones: The Phil...

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“A society that values strong, committed marriages will, by default, nurture the virtues that are critical to the well-being of children: keeping promises, delayed gratification, commitment for the long haul, a focus on education, the blessings of self-control. We”
Glynn Harrison, A Better Story: God, Sex And Human Flourishing

“So which is it to be, Benedict or Wilberforce? I think it needs to be both. Realistically, in the short term, most of our energy will need to be expended on preserving confidence in our own communities. As we saw in the last chapter, there is much work to be done in transforming our own communities in ways that will buttress and nurture what we believe. But while sustaining and nurturing these beliefs must be our short-term priority, our hearts, together with our heads, must remain orientated to the welfare of the city where we have been exiled. Clearly,”
Glynn Harrison, A Better Story: God, Sex And Human Flourishing

“Pursuing self-esteem interferes with establishing and maintaining mutually supportive relationships, because people become focused on themselves at the expense of others’ needs and feelings.”
Glynn Harrison, Ego Trip: Rediscovering Grace in a Culture of Self-Esteem



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