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Jesus Shares the Depths of Our Darkest Times

In Jeffrey Eugenides's novel The Marriage Plot, the character Mitchell moves to India as a young man to volunteer. After a couple of weeks, he is faced ...


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The Crucifixion of Jesus Is Unique Among Famous Deaths

There have been many famous deaths in world history; we might think of John F. Kennedy, or Marie Antoinette, or Cleopatra, but we do not refer to "the ...


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The Incredible Story of an Unimpressive Pen

The next time you're signing your name at the DMV or another U.S. Government office, you probably won't notice the black pen in your hand. It, after all, ...


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50 Least Powerful People in the World

The website Wall Street 24/7 recently posted their latest list of the "Least Powerful People in the World." The list tracks what they call the top 50 ...


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London Structure Burned to Commemorate Anniversary of Devastating Fire

London witnessed a spectacular scene recently when a giant wooden replica of the city ignited and burned brilliantly to the ground. The conflagration ...


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Tim Keller: Christ Took on Our Rejection

No greater pain has ever been experienced on any level than the hell of Christ suffering in this moment. But why? Because he carried all of that pain, ...


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Man Spits and Slaps Important Judge

David C. Nicosia, a business owner in Chicago, had no idea who he was slapping. The 55-year-old man was outside the Cook County Courthouse when he became ...


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Tim Keller on Jesus' Separation from the Father

If after a service some Sunday morning one of the members of my church comes to me and says, "I never want to see you or talk to you again," I will feel ...


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Not Knowing Who He was Slapping, Chicago Man Attacks Local Judge

While aggression and racist remarks are vicious and foolish at the best of times, a Chicago man recently learned that some people are particularly unwise ...


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The Foolishness of the Cross vs. Love of Power

Historian Garret Fagan summarizes how the Romans—the culture encountered by the early church—viewed the values of strength and weakness:

Ideas ...

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