The death of John Glenn this week marked the passing of a generation. He had a distinguished military career, serving in World War II and Korea, where he flew the iconic F-86 fighter jet. He became one of the original Mercury Seven astronauts and, until he died, he was that elite club’s last survivor. He made history as the first American to orbit the earth. He was a central figure in New Journalism pioneer Tom Wolfe’s seminal book “The Right Stuff.” He leveraged his status as an American hero into a 24-year career in the U.S. Senate. He became a serious presidential candidate. By any reasonable measure, his was a life and death worth noting.READ FULL ARTICLE »
Space-age technology affirms ancient truth. For the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, I'm John Stonestreet with The Point.