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Van Pulled Over for Mountain of Belongings Strapped to Top

Most anyone who has ever moved to a new home at one point or another knows the challenge of trying to pack the most items possible into a car, van, or ...


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We Touch Our Phones at Least 2,617 Times a Day

We're obsessed with our phones, a new study has found. A research firm recruited 94 Android device users and installed special software on their smartphones. ...


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Are We Enslaved to the Internet?

New York Times writer Ross Douthat wrote an article warning people about what he called "the real threat to the human future." What is it? Douthat explains: ...


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Has Romantic Love Become an Idol?

Is it possible to make an idol—or even a whole religion—out of romantic love? Consider the lines from these popular songs:

Gonna build my whole ...

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The Religion That Brings People the Greatest Happiness

In a question and answer period after one of his lectures, C.S. Lewis was asked which of the world's religions gives its followers the greatest happiness. ...


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Kindergartners Identify Common Brand Logos

Christian author and speaker Skye Jethani wrote about his kindergarten-aged daughter's homework assignment: Help your child identify as many logos as ...


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Pro Soccer Player Made Soccer His God

In his article titled "Professional Soccer Was My God," former pro soccer player Gavin Peacock writes:

I was never going to be tall, so my dad (who was ...

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Children Prefer Food Covered in McDonald's Wrapper

In a study included in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine children were shown to overwhelmingly prefer the taste of food that comes in McDonald's ...


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Everyone Wants to Be King of the Hill

Public radio program This American Life ran a special report on a certain sub-culture of people whose prize possessions are their car stereos. They are ...


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Ronda Rousey's Identity in Winning

Sports Illustrated had named Rhonda Rousey the "world's most dominant athlete." And she had had quite a run at that point: the first US woman ever to ...


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