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The ‘Stumbling Stones’ of Holocaust Victims
With hundreds of things to see in Berlin, few tourists pay attention to what lies under their feet. The four inch by four inch blocks of brass embedded ...
God Himself Stepped into the Gospel Story
In describing the incarnation Jill Carattini wrote:
Novelist Kurt Vonnegut once said of one of his most recurrent characters, “Kilgore was the only ...
A Private Letter from Ronald Reagan to His Dying Father-In-Law
Something tugged at Ronald Reagan on that August weekend in 1982. The President noted in his diary: “More of Saturdays work plus a long letter I ...
Man Tries to Live Like a Badger
In his everyday life, Charles Foster is a respected veterinarian, a practicing lawyer, and a teacher at Oxford University in England. But as noted in ...
N.T. Wright's Projected Last Words
When the Bible scholar N.T. (Tom) Wright was asked what he would tell his children on his deathbed he said, "Look at Jesus." Tom Wright explained ...
Star Wars Film Shows We Need Good Stories
According to an article in The New York Times, "The Walt Disney Company's Star Wars: The Force Awakens earned roughly $517 million in worldwide ticket ...
The Quiet but Deep Influence of Jesus' Life
In some ways, our biggest challenge in gauging Jesus' influence is that we take for granted the ways in which our world has been shaped by him. For ...
Beyonce's List of Personal Demands
In the midst of her "Mrs. Carter Show" world tour, the singer Beyonce has made it very explicit what she expects from her hosts. The Daily Star reportedly ...
Jesus Obeyed His Father 20 Million Billion Times
Here's one way to look at Jesus' earthly life of obedience to God the Father. Jesus lived approximately 33½ years, or 1,057,157,021 seconds. In ...
The Man Who Snuck Into Auschwitz
In September of 1940, Witold Pilecki, a Polish army captain, did the unthinkable—he snuck into Auschwitz. That's right, into Auschwitz. Pilecki ...