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Freedom Has Become the Ultimate Good in Society

In his book Making Sense of God, Tim Keller writes:

When The Star-Spangled Banner is sung at sporting events, the climactic phrase comes to an elongated ...

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The Limits of Freedom

Modern people like to see freedom as the complete absence of any constraints. But think of a fish. Because a fish absorbs oxygen from water, not air, ...


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Stats on Our Highly Distracted Age

We’re living in an extraordinarily distracted age. It’s impacting society, and chances are it's impacting you. Did you know …?

64% ...

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NBA Superstar Fueled by Intentional Work Life Balance

Trail Blazers superstar point guard Damian Lillard was the talk of the league, after a string of torrid scoring performances, including a 50-point performance ...


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Boundaries Are Not Enough to Prevent Sin

Once a man planted a garden and was delighted when shoots emerged. Every day he watered and weeded, and his garden grew until he was ecstatic to see plants ...


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Children Feel Safer With Boundaries

Years ago, a series of studies set out to determine how a fence and a boundary affected the behavior of children in the playground. The researchers constructed ...


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The Power of a 'Not-To-Do' List

Has your working day become one long battle to wade through a to-do list? An article on BBC.com noted the multiple distractions of the modern world—digital ...


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In the Time Spent on Social Media You Could Read 200 Books

In an article on Quartz, author Charles Chu claims, "In the time you spend on social media each year, you could read 200 books." Here's how the math behind ...


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Honor the Limits that God Gave

If you see a large sailboat out on the water moving swiftly, it is because the sailor is honoring the boat's design. If she tries to take it into water ...


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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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