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People Can’t Say ‘Goodbye’ Anymore
People can’t say goodbye anymore,” writes the poet Les Murray. “They say last hellos.”
In his book A Severe Mercy, Sheldon Vanauken ...
Our Two Spiritual Time Zones
Sandra McCracken writes in an article in CT magazine:
I woke up before the sun on a recent morning, just home from some overseas travel. The discomfort ...
Woman’s Obituary Is a Resumé for Heaven
Beatrice Fediuk decided to write a resumé for heaven as her obituary. When she finally passed at age 94, the Winnipeg Free Press printed the resumé ...
What Do US Protestants Believe 500 Years After Luther?
A survey by Pew Research Center shows that American Protestants believe that:
46% Faith in God alone is needed to get into heaven
52% Both good deeds and ...
Describing Heaven’s Riches
In an issue of CT magazine, author Jen Wilkin writes of the difficulty in describing the glory of heaven:
I am a competitive game player. A few years ago ...
TV Show 'The Good Place' Says Heaven 'Kills Fun and Passion'
The Good Place is a popular comedy TV show that follows four humans and their experience in an imagined afterlife. People accumulate points based on their ...
The World's Last Lost Tourist
49-year-old German brewery worker Erwin Kreuz blew his life savings on a once-in-a-lifetime birthday trip to San Francisco. He’d seen it on TV, ...
Christmas in a Foreign Country
Ryan and Morgan, adopted a child from an orphanage in another country. They'd passed through all the legal processes in that country. Charlie was ...
Desperate Home Buyer Offers to Name Child After the Seller
The pandemic has done a lot of strange things to the global economy over the last 14 months, from creating a massive shortage of semiconductor chips to ...
A Line at the Gates of Hell
Hell is not a popular topic today, except for all the wrong reasons.
The theme song for the film Cruella tells us right up front that Ms. de Vil was "born ...