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America's First Lighthouse Continues to Burn Bright

Boston Light, America's first lighthouse, just celebrated its 300th birthday—but Sally Snowman will be the first to let you know some more specifics ...


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Leonardo da Vinci—How to Be Insatiably Curious

The human brain weighs three pounds. It is the size of a softball, and yet with it we have the capacity to learn something new every second of every minute ...


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We Are Made to Reflect God's Glory

Paul likens us to shining stars, and the word shine means to reflect. The scientific term is albedo. It's a measurement of how much sunlight a celestial ...


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New App Helps 'Blind' People See

Just for a moment, I want you to close your eyes and imagine that you are blind. Now, let's complete a few basic tasks, like separating medications, ...


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Top Reasons Drivers Get Lost

Reasons drivers ages 18 or older get lost while driving:

  • Bad directions: 47 percent
  • Unclear, missing highway signs: 45 percent
  • Detours: 38 percent
  • Confusing maps: 21 percent

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Leaders Reflect a Nation's Character

Leaders, especially those who are elected through a democratic process, usually reflect the spiritual and moral character of a nation. Those who obtain ...


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The Country of the Blind

English author H. G. Wells, famous for science fiction novels like The Time Machine, The Invisible Man, and The War of the Worlds, once wrote a short ...


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Being Afraid of the Light

If there is a terror about darkness because we cannot see, there is also a terror about light because we can see. There is a terror about light because ...


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Margaret Thatcher on Spirit's Agenda

When Christians meet…their purpose is not—or should not be—to ascertain what is the mind of the majority, but what is the mind of the ...


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The Wrong Kind of Knowledge

We want a kind of knowledge that eliminates mystery and puts us in charge of [the] world. Above all, we want to avoid a knowledge that calls for our own ...


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