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God Knows Us Each by Name
Within its first year, a dolphin develops a unique signature whistle which is the equivalent of its name; it uses this to identify itself to other dolphins. ...
Safe Deposit Boxes Aren’t Safe
Philip Poniz needed a well-protected place to stash his collection of rare watches. He had been gathering unusual pieces since he was a teenager and he ...
Dallas Willard’s Last Words: 'Thank You'
The Christian writer and philosopher Dallas Willard died at 6am on May 8, 2013. In his biography on Willard titled Becoming Dallas Willard, Gary Moon ...
Archivists Work to Save Fading Videotapes
Mary Kidd and her colleagues meet every week in a loft in New York City with a clear mission—to digitize and preserve old VHS tapes. The loft has ...
Man Attempts Alaskan Channel Crossing in Duct-Taped Watercraft
In many instances, duct tape is highly reliable—but as a means of water transportation, it may not be a prime choice.
Just ask the Alaskan man who ...
Giant Teddy Bear Left Homeless at LAX
The holidays may be the most wonderful time of the year—but if you're going to the airport, they may be one of the most stressful times of the year, ...
Woman Accepts Christ After 'Pleasant' Atheism
Nicole Cliffe became a Christian on July 7, 2015, after what she called "a very pleasant adult life of firm atheism." "The idea of a benign deity who ...
Tim Keller: The Power of God's Speech
In Chapter 4 of his book, Prayer, Tim Keller writes:
Speech-act theory makes a convincing case that our words not only convey information; they get things ...
Grim Reaper Won't Get the Last Laugh
Bob Mankoff is the cartoon editor for The New Yorker magazine. His jobs is a laugh-a-minute. The New Yorker has published more than 80,000 cartoons since ...
Tim Keller: Christ's Love as Only a Concept
Many years ago, in my first pastorate, I met with a teenage girl in our congregation. She was about sixteen at the time, and she was discouraged and becoming ...