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Quarterback Experiences Consequences of Freedom

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is the youngest signal-caller ever to win a Super Bowl. He is a rising superstar in the NFL and has ...


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Creation Accounts Reveal View of Humanity

Contrast the creation of the first man according to Genesis 2 with the creation of the first human beings according to Mesopotamian tradition. True, in ...


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Augustine on the Limitations of Free Will

Free will, without God's grace and the Holy Ghost, can do nothing but sin.


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God Loves like the Sun Shines

Consider the sun as an analogy. The sun only shines, just as God only loves. It is the nature of the sun to shine, to offer warmth and light. And it is ...


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"The Devil in the White City": Two Extremes of Human Nature

Set against Chicago's World's Fair in 1893, Erik Larson's bestselling book The Devil in the White City tells the true story of two men, each serving as ...


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London Zoo Displays Humans

In the summer of 2005, the London Zoo posted a sign in front of their newest exhibit, reading, "Warning: Humans in Their Natural Environment." The exhibit ...


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Prostitute Resists Her Chance for Freedom

New York Times reporter Nicholas Kristof chose two Cambodian prostitutes and attempted to buy their freedom from their brothel owners. He selected young ...


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Right Versus Rights

To have a right to do a thing is not at all the same as to be right in doing it.

—G. K. Chesterton, A Short History of England, 1917


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No Middle Ground in Middle Earth

Behind The Lord of the Rings epic trilogy is The Silmarillion, another of Tolkien's works, which explains the formation of Middle Earth and depicts another ...


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Pain Can Make Us Willing

In an old Christian song titled "Hornets", the verses recount the stories of Jonah, Moses, and Balaam, and how God got them to say or do what he wanted ...


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