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Celestial Objectivity

There is today a general religious bias toward a galloping subjectivity. But our first obligation to a text is to let it hang there in celestial objectivity--not ...


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"The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy": The Meaning of Life

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is a space comedy about a human and an alien who hitch a ride with a spacecraft just before the Earth is destroyed. ...


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Kanye West Wants to Be a Bible Character

Kanye West, a hip hop producer and rapper, wants a new version of Scripture. That would not be so unusual, except that he thinks he should be a character ...


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"Da Vinci Code" Is More than Fiction

In an interview published on May 8, 2006, Newsweek magazine asked Tom Hanks, "How do you soothe the people who consider the story [of The Da Vinci Code] ...


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Augustine on Understanding and Belief

Do not seek to understand in order that you may believe, but believe so that you may understand.


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New Religion Based on No Authority

A new religion invented by a Massachusetts psychologist has been gaining popularity over recent years. Called "Yoism," this system of beliefs is based ...


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Fewer Americans Believe the Bible

Americans who say the Bible is the actual Word of God and should be taken word-for-word: 28 percent

Americans who said this 30 years ago: 38 percent


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Archaeological Find Supports Biblical Account

Within the ruins of a large copper-processing center in the lowlands of Jordan, an international team of archaeologists has found evidence that shows ...


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Chesterton on Misplaced Modesty

What we suffer from today is humility in the wrong place. Modesty has settled on the organ of conviction; where it was never meant to be. A man was meant ...


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Prime Meridian Is a Metaphor for the Bible

I recently toured the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, England, famous as the location of the prime meridian. It is a remarkable location. I was able to ...


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