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New England Patriots Focus on Team Not Talent

The New England Patriots were a surprising success in the first half of the 2003-04 NFL season. Despite using eight rookies to replace injured veterans, ...

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Embers Need the Fire

D. L. Moody was visiting a prominent Chicago citizen when the idea of church membership and involvement came up.

"I believe I can be just as good a Christian ...

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"Antz": Search for Significance

In an early scene from the movie Antz, the camera pans down from a far away view of a big city to blades of grass to below the grass and into a room. ...

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Healthful Community

Dietrich Bonhoeffer said, "Let [the person] who cannot be alone beware of community. Let [the person] who is not in community beware of being alone."

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Jenny Thompson's Gold-Medal Teamwork

Jenny Thompson is the most decorated American woman when it comes to Olympic competition. Her ten Olympic medals in swimming (in the last three Olympics) ...

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No Time for Relationships

In his book Bowling Alone, Robert Putman says the following statistics are indicators of the decline in community life in America over the past 25 years: ...

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Brad Pitt on Freedom

In Rolling Stone, Chris Heath discusses religion with mega-movie star Brad Pitt:

There is one subject he refers to time and time again, and that is religion. ...

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Harm of Radical Individualism

Many Christians have been infected with the most virulent virus of modern American life, what sociologist Robert Bellah calls “radical individualism.” ...

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Gotta Be Me

If the source of America's social disintegration is to be pinpointed so that it might be remedied, honesty compels us not to neglect this issue [selfishness]. ...

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Our Circuitous World View

The production of art and entertainment for commercial reasons is an old story; what may be new is the elevation of this practice into a principle, and ...

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