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Doubters in the Fold

Apparently it's expected that candid confessions of uncertainty [by churchmen] will attract into the church other doubters who will contribute generously ...


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Fifth-Rate Psychotherapy

People are asking questions that traditional churches can no longer answer for them. ... There are a lot of self-help, pseudo-therapy groups whose basic ...


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Beginning to Lose God

Listen to a secular thinker Peggy Noonan, one of the brightest journalistic minds around. She says this in an article entitled "You'd Cry Too ...


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The Descent of Man

Art is a reflection of a society's most profound aspirations. ... Cultures exalt their highest ideals. In the Middle Ages, it was the divine. For ...


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The Greatest Loss

There are many kinds of sorrow on earth, but the deepest of all sorrows is when the heart loses Christ, and He is no longer seen, and there is no hope ...


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Spurning Christ

In December 1999, an extreme sports fanatic scaled the 120-foot statue of Christ the Redeemer on Brazil's Corcovado mountain and jumped from its outstretched ...


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Atheism Fails in Crisis

Richard Wurmbrand, a Romanian Jew, has been called "the voice of the underground church." In the 1940s, he was jailed and tortured by communist officials ...


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Church Advertises That Truth Doesn't Matter

Our church rented a theater to watch The Passion of the Christ on opening weekend. Afterward we gathered for dinner, discussion, and prayer. I returned ...


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Bishop Advocates Heresy Over Division

"If you must make a choice between heresy and schism, always choose heresy."

—Peter James Lee, one of 60 Episcopal bishops who voted to approve the ...


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Luther Says Institutions Need Scripture

I would advise no one to send his child where the Holy Scriptures are not supreme. Every institution that does not unceasingly pursue the study of God's ...


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