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Missing Parked Car Found 20 Years Later

Two decades after forgetting where he parked, a resident of Frankfurt, Germany, has finally found his car right where he left it. The man, now 76-years-old, ...


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Remembrance of the Lord's Supper Provides Spiritual Mooring

In a 2017 lecture, Mark Meynell addressed the connection between identity and memory:

BBC Radio 3, the U.K.'s primary classical music station, ran ...

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Archivists Work to Save Fading Videotapes

Mary Kidd and her colleagues meet every week in a loft in New York City with a clear mission—to digitize and preserve old VHS tapes. The loft has ...


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The Worst Mother's Day Gifts and Cards

According to a British survey, 40 percent of moms have received an unwanted Mother's Day gift, but most of them were too polite to complain. Here's ...


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Narnia's Susan Outgrew Her Love for that Blessed Land

Where's Susan? That's the innocent question Joshua Rogers's daughter asked as they were reading The Last Battle, the final book in The Chronicles of Narnia, ...


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'Good Riddance Day' In Times Square

Since 2006 a group of people celebrate an important event around the New Year. It's called Good Riddance Day. Participants write down unpleasant, painful, ...


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HSAM—a Medical Condition Where People Can Not Forget

While the Bible depicts forgetting mostly in dire terms related to apostasy, it also presents some instances when it is a blessing. There are some things ...


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Man with Amnesia Known through Community

When we have forgotten the past, the community helps us re-learn our own story. The case of "Benjamin Kyle" is instructive. In the early morning of August ...


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Scientist Explains His Atheism 'Conversion' Story

In his book The Big Picture, physicist Sean Carroll lays out his vision for what he calls "poetic naturalism"—a view of the world that has no use ...


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Atheist Finds it Hard to Shake God

An article in the Washington Post is titled "I'm an atheist. So why can't I shake God?" and it suggests that it's "hard to believe in nothing when your ...


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