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Maya Angelou's Decision to Keep Her Child

In an essay that originally appeared in Family Circle magazine, America's beloved poet Maya Angelou described the birth of her first and only child, a ...

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Rick Warren Shows God's Value to 5,000 Inmates

Rick Warren recalled a time when he was speaking at a prison to an audience of approximately 5,000 inmates:

Nobody was paying attention except a couple ...

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The Man Who Protected Babies with Down Syndrome

In 1958, a brilliant young medical researcher made a startling discovery—Down syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects about one in 700 babies ...

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In the Midst of Tragedies Human Life Matters

The famous atheist Richard Dawkins once claimed, "[The universe] has precisely the properties we should expect if there is, at bottom, no design, no purpose, ...

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Animals at the Zoo Don't Want to Be Like God

There is simply no other creature in the world that harbors the ambition to "be like God;' except for image bearers. Next time you are at the zoo, try ...

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A No-Compromise Issue

An 1871 report from the American Medical Associated concerning abortion stated:

If our language has appeared to some strong and severe, or even intemperate, ...

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A Little Lower than the Angels

Virtually every one of us in this room is the result of an educational system that has drip by drip, like dropping water on stone, made an impression ...

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Our Throw-Away Society

In this society we save whales, we save timber wolves and bald eagles and Coke bottles. Yet, everyone wanted me to throw away my baby.

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Friend to Teenage Mothers

"I'd like to help put on a prom for moms like me," the 17-year-old girl tells Anderson [Indiana] University junior Heather Brown. "It ...

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Compassion from the Enemy

It was 1944, and Bert Frizen was an infantryman on the front lines in Europe. American forces had advanced in the face of intermittent shelling and small-arms ...

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