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Evangelical Men Make Better Fathers

The book, Soft Patriarchs, New Men: How Christianity Shapes Fathers and Husbands challenges stereotypes about evangelical family life. Written by University ...

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Japan's Recovery Began with Unconditional Surrender

At 9:04 a.m. on September 2, 1945, aboard the battleship USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay, World War II officially ended. Signing on behalf of Emperor Hirohito, ...

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Why Theology Is Necessary

Theology is necessary because truth and experience are related. While some would deny, or at least question this connection, in the long run the truth ...

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Spiritual Advantages of Poverty

Why would God single out the poor for special attention over any other group? I used to wonder. What makes the poor deserving of God's concern? I ...

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Keep the World Out of the Christian

"It's not the ship in the water but the water in the ship that sinks it. So it's not the Christian in the world but the world in the Christian ...

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Sexually Disoriented People Lack Loving Fathers

"In all my reading and experience, I have never known of one sexually-disoriented person who had a warm, loving and affectionate father."

—Dr. ...

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Memories of Chains Keep Elephants in Place

In his book Teaching the Elephant to Dance, James Belasco describes how trainers shackle young elephants with heavy chains to deeply embedded stakes. ...

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California Firestorm Makes Hesitation Fatal

In the fall of 2003, a string of Southern California wildfires eventually claimed two-dozen lives. The flames moved at a speed faster than people could ...

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Purpose of Suffering

According to author Herbert Carson, God often uses suffering to remind us of the greater goal he has in mind for us. Carson writes:

Slum clearance is not ...

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Look Before You Leap

All things can be deadly to us, even the things made to serve us; as in nature ... if we do not walk circumspectly. The least movement affects all nature; ...

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