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Seeing the Invisible

Vision is the art of seeing things invisible.


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Albert Camus: Seeker

During several summers in the 1950s, Howard Mumma, a Methodist pastor, served as a guest minister at the American Church in Paris. After Sunday service ...


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Need for a Personal God

Trisha MacFarland stopped alongside the trail on a family hike across the Appalachians. She needed to go to the bathroom. She lagged behind her family ...


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Statistic on Invisible Matter

Estimated amount of matter in the universe determined this year to be invisible: 98 percent


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Blind Woman Supported by Her Husband

Author/speaker Jennifer Rothschild was diagnosed at 15 with a rare, degenerative eye disease that would eventually steal her sight. In her DVD study Fingerprints ...


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Dutch Artist Creates Cell Phone Number for God

In March of 2009, Dutch artist Johan van der Dong decided God needed a telephone number. So, he got him one. A cell phone number to be exact—to ...


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Finding God in Iraq

In 1993, Lt. Col. Gary Morsch joined the Army Reserves as a doctor to care not only for U.S. soldiers, but also for wounded civilians and prisoners of ...


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Recreating the Throne Room

I'll never forget something I saw close to 20 years ago when I walked into the Smithsonian's National Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C. Just ...


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Science Writer Explains the Limits of Science

In his book God's Undertaker, science writer John C. Lennox explains the scope and limits of science with the following story:

Let us imagine that Aunt ...

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Comedian Louis C.K. Says Atheism Is Illogical

On an episode of Saturday Night Live, the comedian Louis C.K. shared his beliefs about the impossibility of atheism:

I'm not religious. I don't know if ...

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