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Nine Big Questions of Every Worldview

Author Darrell Johnson, drawing inspiration from James Sire and N.T. Wright, says that every worldview is asking and trying to answer the following nine ...

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Which Perspective Offers Better Picture of Reality?

In a collection of sermons by Ralph W. Sockman, one particular sermon includes a story that raises the question "Which is the real world: the one ...

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Teenager Diagnoses Her Own Disease

For eight years, Jessica Terry, a teenager in Seattle, suffered from crippling stomach pain. When she wasn't doubled over from the cramping, she was ...

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Stephen Colbert's DNA Rocketed into Space

Think the end of the world. For some that is a bunch of science fiction nonsense, but for others the idea that humanity could someday be wiped out by ...

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Journalist Tony Snow on the Art of Being Sick

The art of being sick is not the same as the art of getting well. Some cancer patients recover; some don't. But the ordeal of facing your mortality ...

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The Body's Need for Pain

Philip Yancey learned a high appreciation for pain's warning function while collaborating on three books with Dr. Paul Brand. Brand was the missionary ...

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Family Uses Cardboard Cut-Out to Replace Son

Dave Davila, age 24, took a job in Chicago and had to leave his close-knit family in East Moline, Illinois. But family gatherings just weren't the ...

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Chesterton on the Fall

To the question, "What is meant by the fall?" I could answer with complete sincerity that, "Whatever I am, I am not myself."

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Chesterton on Human Potential

Whatever else is said of man, this much is clear: He is not what he is capable of being.

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Chesterton on Original Sin

Certain new theologians dispute original sin, which is the only part of Christian doctrine which can really be proved.

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