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Amazon Tribe Has No Use for Virtue Signaling

Author Gad Saad is one of the leading voices exposing the harm and folly of political correctness in the US and Canada. In his most recent book, he explores ...


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Seafaring Homesteaders in Hiding from Maritime Authorities

A Bitcoin trader and his girlfriend embraced a movement known as “seasteading,” where enthusiasts either retrofit or build floating homes ...


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Secular Sources on Our Need For Awe

The March/April 2016 issue of Psychology Today attempted to give readers several reasons to cultivate a sense of awe and wonder with their article "It's ...


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Pride and the 1986 Challenger Disaster

On January 28, 1986, NASA was planning to launch the space shuttle Challenger from Kennedy Space Center—a mission that included a schoolteacher ...


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Americans Display Extreme Over-confidence

[Americans] have tremendous faith in themselves. In 1950, the Gallup organization asked high school seniors, "Are you a very important person?" And at ...


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Worshipping with People We Didn't Hand-Pick

Writer and NPR commentator Heather King, a recovering alcoholic who has come to faith in Christ, reflected on her initial experience with the church:

My ...

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Sir Edmund Hilary Demonstrates Humility

In his book Humilitas, pastor John Dickson illustrates the beauty of humility in the life of Sir Edmund Hillary. In 1953 Hillary conquered Mount Everest ...


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John Nash on Escapism

"Madness can be an escape. If things are not so good, you maybe want to imagine something better. In madness, I thought I was the most important person ...


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Freed from Ego

A woman said to a guest at dinner, "We say grace at dinner each day to remind us around here that there is something bigger than our egos." ...


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Loving God or Starving?

There is a famine of compassion and unselfish, lasting, growing, true love among human beings because of the blast of egotistic desire to have "rights" ...


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