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Inmate Claimed His Life Sentence Ended When He Died and Was Revived
Benjamin Schreiber is very much alive. But that hasn’t stopped him from arguing that he died four years ago. After the convicted murderer collapsed ...
Court Rejects Romanian's Legal Claim of Being Alive
A man returned to his native country to find that the authorities no longer believed in his existence upon this mortal plane. Constantin Reliu, 63, returned ...
'When I Died': 22 Year Old Fitness Intern Shares Her Story
It's not every day you hear a story starting with "when I died," but that's how 22-year-old Amber Moloney remembers February 6th. Moloney, a university ...
The Right Question for Following Christ
I've heard people say, "I'm checking out Christianity, but I also understand Christians can't do this and the Bible says you're supposed to do that. You're ...
Killing Patients to Save Them?
A recent article from the BBC opens with a line that sounds like it could be from a sci-fi flick: "'When you are at 10C [50 degrees Fahrenheit], ...
Doctor Killed in Afghanistan Had Already Died in Christ
In 1967, a student named Libby attended with her boyfriend, Tom. During the final commitment evening, both submitted their lives to the Lord. For 30 years, ...
Being Afraid of the Light
If there is a terror about darkness because we cannot see, there is also a terror about light because we can see. There is a terror about light because ...
The Challenge of Repentance
In Jesus Mean and Wild, author Mark Galli discusses the challenge of repentance in American culture:
I look at myself some days and it's hard to imagine ...
Man Forced to Clean Backyard
Refusing to clean up his own backyard has landed George Hartsuff in jail for 60 days. He can't say he wasn't warned. City officials have been asking him ...
The Inconvenient Truth of Sin
Global warming seems to be on everyone's mind. Scientists are running tests in their laboratories. Political candidates are dreaming up their own "green" ...