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Medieval Musicians Served as Watchmen Over the City
During the late-Medieval period, London had a strange law on the books—each entry gate into the city had to keep a musician on duty. This could ...
Once Hated, Now a Hero
In the 1960s, towns along the northeast coast of Japan began erecting seawalls to withstand waves of about 30 feet (the height of a terrible tsunami that ...
Is Your God a Stepford God?
In his book, The Reason for God, Tim Keller writes:
If you don’t trust the Bible enough to let it challenge and correct your thinking, how could ...
When the Alarm Clock Was a Person
There once was a time people were awakened, not by a cell phone or even an alarm clock, but by a “knocker-upper.” For many workers in early ...
Fine Print in Terms of Service Can Cost Eternally
Donelan Andrews was rewarded with $10,000 by his travel insurance company, all for doing something he teaches students to do every day: read carefully. ...
The Tyranny of Convenience
Law professor and technology expert Tim Lu claims that there's an underestimated force that drives our daily lives—convenience. We want nearly everything ...
Prominent Author Experiences An Almost-Conversion
A classic example of an almost-conversion to Christ happened to Lord Kenneth Clark, one of Great Britain's most prominent art historians and authors, ...
Chief Rabbi: When Judaism Is Easy People Lose Faith
Jonathan Sacks, the former Chief Rabbi of Great Britain, once referenced what he called the "counter-intuitive phenomena of Jewish history"—a phenomena ...
Shepherd Falls Asleep While Sheep Cause Nuisance
The Telegraph, a British newspaper reported that a flock of over 1,300 sheep "had to be rounded up by police in the Spanish city of Huesca after their ...
Conversion Is Like Waking Up to an Alarm Clock
Bible scholar N.T. Wright uses the analogy of waking up in the morning for how some people come to Christ through a dramatic, instant conversion and others ...