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Innate Matter and Universal Matter

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The contrast between innate matter, that is, matter that expresses innate intelligence, and universal matter, which we ordinarily consider to be non-living, is that the former, we say, is structured matter, the latter is matter …


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Wes Trout- A Living Principle

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Wes Trout of Northumberland, Pennsylvania was a quiet, unassuming gentleman who loved chiropractic.  Usually, men who start practice building/motivational seminars are charismatic, gregarious people who tend to attract multitudes of loyal followers.  That was not …


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A Thought On Research

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   If you are going to practice chiropractic by an ouside-in approach, particularly the one treating disease or its cause, then you must subject yourself to the scrutiny of that system’s evaluation process, namely the …


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The Conflict of Philosophies

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Philosopher John Searle, politician Patrick Buchanan, and law professor Phillip Johnson have suggested that society is embroiled in a culture war. Chiropractic is one small battle in that war. We often use the word “paradigm” …


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All We Can Do Is Pray

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Reggie has told the story of an old Ben Casey T.V. program in which Dr. Casey comes out of surgery and tells the distraught parents of a child he has just performed surgery on that “we …


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Chiropractic Irony #3: Loving People vs. Loving the Principle

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The statement has been made that “some people are so heavenly- minded that they are no earthly good.”  I cannot accept that idea.  In a similar way, I cannot accept the idea that those of …


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Chiropractic Irony #2: Pride vs. Humility

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There is no doubt that pride is appropriately described as the first deadly sin. It is especially prevalent among members of the health care community. We, as health care providers having the health and well-being, …


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Chiropractic Irony #2: Pride vs. Humility

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There is no doubt that pride is appropriately described as the first deadly sin. It is especially prevalent among members of the health care community. We, as health care providers having the health and well-being, …


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The Irony of Chiropractic

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Recently, I have been thinking about the irony of our profession. As chiropractors, we talk about living innately, practicing innately, adjusting innately, thinking innately and acting innately. The best example of an individual who is …


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Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth: Drawing the Lines Between Chiropractic, Medicine, and Theology.

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The biggest problem we seem to have in chiropractic is drawing the lines between what is the practice of therapeutics and what is the practice of chiropractic. A lesser, but in the opinion of some …


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