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Nigerian Christians Oppose Human Sacrifices

Responding to persistent reports of human sacrifice last August, police raided several shrines of African traditional religionists in Okija, Anambra state, ...


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Christmas Excesses Leave Consumers Empty

Psychologist Patricia Dalton says rampant consumerism, once confined to the holidays, has become a year-round American affliction. She observes unhappy ...


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All Music Is Worship Music

"I think that all music—not just Christian music but all music—is worship music, because every song is amplifying the value of something. There's ...


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"Gone Nutty": The Futility of Greed

The animated short Gone Nutty opens with Scrat, a neurotic prehistoric squirrel, storing up one last acorn before the Ice Age arrives. From all appearances ...


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Pop Star Prays to Elvis for Help

Robbie Williams, a British pop singer, spoke on BBC Radio in July 2001 about his previous addictions:

I haven't had a drink or done drugs for seven months, ...

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Man Buried with His Money

There was a man who worked all his life and saved as much as he could. He loved money more than anything.

Just before he died, he said to his wife, "When ...


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An African Proverb on Doublemindedness

"The man who tries to walk two roads will split his pants."


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Economists: Priests of Materialism

Economists have long argued about whether theirs is a value-free science. Robert Nelson, an economist at the University of Maryland, emphatically says ...


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Worshiping God Better Than Super Bowl

John Burrough, retired NFL star, reflects on his 1998 Super Bowl experience:

In the middle of all the explosions and hoopla and hype, all I could think ...

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Frank Sinatra's Insecurity

Frank Sinatra's daughter, Tina Sinatra, recalls her father's unceasing drive to succeed and make money, even when his health was at risk:

His health was ...

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