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Harvard Doctor Says Religion May Be a ‘Miracle Drug’

In 2016, Harvard professor Tyler J. VanderWeele and journalist John Siniff wrote a USA Today op-ed entitled “Religion May Be a Miracle Drug.” ...

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Atheist Christopher Hitchens Discredits Liberal Minister

In 2009, Marilyn Sewell, the retired minister of the First Unitarian Church of Portland Oregon, interviewed Christopher Hitchens, one of the most famous ...

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The ‘Easter Effect’ and How it Changed the World

In a Wall Street Journalarticle, George Weigel gives a combination history lesson and apologetic for the Resurrection:

There is no accounting for the rise ...

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The Resurrection Makes Christianity the Most Irritating Religion on Earth

We should be more sympathetic to our skeptical friends. The resurrection makes Christianity the most irritating religion on the face of the earth, and ...

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Theologian Michael Horton on the Gospel

The gospel is not good instructions, not a good idea, and not good advice. The gospel is an announcement of what God has done for us in Jesus Christ.

—Michael ...

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Stephen King on Religion

I'm not a vampire type, when somebody shows me the cross. …But organized religion gives me the creeps.

—Stephen King, U. S. fiction writer

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Chesterton on Christianity's Longevity

Christianity has died many times and risen again; for it has a God who knew his way out of the grave.

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Chesterton on the Support of Tradition

When I fancied that I stood alone, I was really in the ridiculous position of being backed up by all of Christendom.

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The Heart of Christianity Is Good News

At the heart of Christianity, what we find is neither a philosophy nor a system of morality, but a gospel: good news…. Getting understanding is ...

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Atheist Admires Christian Service After Hurricane Katrina

"It ought to be possible to live a Christian life without being a Christian," laments Roy Hattersley, a columnist for the U.K. Guardian. An ...

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