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Diversity and Connection in the Church
Suzanne Simard writes about ecosystems from the viewpoint of adaptation and evolution. But her comments pique the interest of those who love the diversity ...
We Really Are on the Same Team
In an issue of CT magazine, author and musician Sandra McCracken writes:
I played softball in a community league when I was a teenager. We didn’t ...
In Tune with God--and Each Other
A.W. Tozer wrote:
Has it ever occurred to you that one hundred pianos all tuned to the same fork are automatically tuned to each other? They are of one ...
Atheist Says Keeping Your Beliefs to Yourself Is Immoral
Atheist Angel Eduardo argues that keeping our beliefs to ourselves, while avoiding confrontation and promoting harmony, is actually harmful and immoral. ...
Burger King Urges Customers to Order from McDonald’s Instead
Burger King has urged their customers to order from competitors after more coronavirus lockdown measures were put in place. In a statement released on ...
The Peace Bridge
In Northern Ireland, there’s a city that’s so divided, part of the population calls it Londonderry and others calls it Derry. In this city ...
Country Band Sues Blues Singer to Share Name
When Grammy-award-winning country band Lady Antebellum first convened in 2006, their name was inspired by the antebellum style mansion in a promo photo. ...
The Right (and Left) Way to Disagree
A recent article in Men’s Health spotlighted the unlikely friendship of Colin Allred and Van Taylor. Colin Allred and Van Taylor have a lot in common. ...
The Dream Bridesmaid, for Hire
Luke Winkie writes on Vox.com:
Jen Glantz is there for women on the biggest day of their lives—for about $2,000 a wedding. The 31-year-old entrepreneur ...
What Termites Can Teach Us
Termites may be hard to love, but they’re easy to admire. Termite mounds can reach as high as thirty feet. Based on their tiny size, that’s ...