Bipartite Graphs: A Functional Approach to Solving the Conundrum

I was recently introduced to a concept in graph theory called bipartite graphs. A bipartite graph is essentially a graph where no node (vertex) has an odd number of hops back to itself (cycles). Wikipedia defines it this way: a graph whose vertices can be divided into two disjoint and independent sets U and V such that every edge connects a vertex in U to one in Essentially, you divide a graph...

Religious Freedom in the Workplace

There is a topic over which I have deeply pondered for many years. It seems to continually press upon my mind. Some will agree with me, others will disagree, but I have felt the need to be bold, and also kind, in expressing my views. I simply do not desire to be silent any more about this issue. I have a fundamental disagreement with our modern, Western culture. I believe—deeply...