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Candice Bergen's Wish for Eternal Life

When asked by interviewer Meg Grant to name three wishes, actress Candice Bergen, responded, "Aside from eternal life?"

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Man Buried with His Money

There was a man who worked all his life and saved as much as he could. He loved money more than anything.

Just before he died, he said to his wife, "When ...

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Actress Natalie Portman on Life After Death

Natalie Portman, the actress who plays Padme Amidala in the Star Wars movies, The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones, is uncomfortable with the notion ...

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Kevin Costner Wants to Believe in Heaven

In an interview with Kevin Costner concerning his movie Dragonfly, Holly McClure asked Costner if he believed in heaven. He replied:

I desperately want ...

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NBA's Allen Iverson: No Guessing About Heaven

Allen Iverson, former superstar guard for the Philadelphia 76ers, talks about the death of his friend Rah, who was murdered, and his thoughts about the ...

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God Celebrates Our Arrival

I remember being touched by the popular song "Tie a Yellow Ribbon." It tells of a man who's been sent to prison. He's served his time ...

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Mother Brings Peace During Crisis

Cindy Holmes is a writer and pediatric nurse in Houston, Texas. She wrote an article about a mother and child she got to know at the hospital who were ...

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Death without Hope

Philip Yancey describes a unique funeral custom conducted by African Muslims. Close family and friends circle the casket and quietly gaze at the corpse. ...

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Consider Hell's Reality

The phone call came early on a Friday morning:

"Hello. David Noel?"


"This is your neighbor, Mrs. Waldron."


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Is Hell Real?

It seems that hell isn't as hot as it used to be. Since the days of fiery sermons from Puritan preachers like Jonathan Edwards, hell has become "more ...

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