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Three Men Suffer from Messianic Complex

Psychologist Milton Rokeach wrote a book called The Three Christs of Ypsilanti. He described his attempts to treat three patients at a psychiatric hospital ...

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Stephen Carter on Humanism

Author and law professor Stephen Carter writes:

My date book contains cartoons first published in The New Yorker. One shows a young boy in front of his ...

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Bob Knight Did Things His Way

On January 1, 2007, Texas Tech basketball coach Bob Knight won his 880th game—the most by any coach in men's Division I college basketball history. ...

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Chesterton on Misplaced Modesty

What we suffer from today is humility in the wrong place. Modesty has settled on the organ of conviction; where it was never meant to be. A man was meant ...

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Philosopher Envisions Godless Society as Ideal

In its ideal form, the culture of liberalism would be one that was enlightened, secular, through and through. It would be one in which no trace of divinity ...

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New Religion Based on No Authority

A new religion invented by a Massachusetts psychologist has been gaining popularity over recent years. Called "Yoism," this system of beliefs ...

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Warnings for Fools

The following warnings were found on consumer products:

On a Duraflame fireplace log: "Caution—Risk of Fire."

On a Batman costume: "Warning: ...

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Comedian Explains Her Atheism

Comedian Julia Sweeney, from Saturday Night Live, was interviewed by David Ian Miller concerning her loss of faith in God, which she detailed in her 2005 ...

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Author Lists 10 Convictions Governing Secularists

In his book The New Absolutes, William Watkins identifies 10 core convictions that govern today's secularists:

(1) Religion interferes with freedom ...

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Fire-Walkers Get Burned

At a self-help seminar in Rohrbach, Austria, participants were urged to walk over hot, fiery coals. The purpose of the exercise was to "mobilize ...

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