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Borderline Christianity

There's something comfortable about reducing Christianity to a list of do's and don'ts, whether your list comes from mindless fundamentalism ...


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True Freedom Needs Limits

Most successful football players are free to perform at their best only when they know what the expectations are, where the limits stand. I see this as ...


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The Danger of Sex

Sex is just about the most powerful and explosive force that is built into us. Every instinct and every bit of counseling experience I have had tells ...


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Where's Everyone Going, Anyway?

Hamsters in cages run the rat race. They get in their wheels and run nine thousand miles, but never get anywhere. And it can be like that in the church: ...


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Boy Surrenders Fear of High Dive

In the summer of my 11th year of life, I learned the power and joy of surrender. It happened in Minnesota at the Edina community swimming pool high dive. ...


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Dragons Stalk the Unknown

Most people are afraid of the unknown. Those things we have never seen or experienced can seem overwhelming.

On the old maps, back before the world was ...


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Train Driver Crashed by Ignoring Boundaries
On July 24, 2013, a train carrying 218 people in eight carriages derailed in northwestern Spain, killing 79 people and hospitalizing another 66. Shortly ...

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TED Talk on Why Fish (and We) Need a Fishbowl

In his TED Talk, "The Paradox of Choice," secular psychologist Barry Schwartz claims that many of us live by this unspoken but "official dogma": maximize ...


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Bruce Springsteen's Fear of Being Loved

Born in 1949, singer Bruce Springsteen was the eldest of three children, and the only son, in a working-class family in Freehold, New Jersey. The house ...


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What the Margins on Pages Teach Us about the Margins in Our Lives

The paper used for standard letter writing and school essays is 8.5 x 11 inches, or 93.5 square inches. Most teachers require one-inch margins for class ...


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