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Sting Buys a Life-Scarred Bass Guitar

The rock star, Sting, in his autobiography Broken Music, tells how he bought his first bass guitar. In a local music shop, in the middle of all the shiny ...


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Michelangelo Discovers Salvation by Grace Through Faith

Michelangelo, the great Renaissance artist, is known for his statue of David and the incredible Sistine Chapel. But what many don’t know is that ...


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Artificial Blood Developed for Patients of Any Blood Type

When someone has been injured in a serious accident or has excessive bleeding during surgery there is often an immediate need for a blood transfusion. ...


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Jesus Is the Only Savior

In his book, Rick Mattson writes:

I’m not the one making the exclusive claim about salvation—Jesus is. He is the one who said, “I am ...

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Feeling Clean or Being Clean

In his bookStart with Why, Simon Sinek discusses the importance of motivation in a very interesting section titled “It’s What You Can’t ...


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A Royal Birth Leads to Pardons

When Pricess Lalla Salma gave birth to a daughter named Lalla Khadija, her husband King Mohammed VI of Morocco was delighted. In fact, he wanted to celebrate. ...


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How Long is a Trillion Seconds?

The New York Times published an article explaining large numbers like a million, billion, and trillion. The article was titled “Just how long is ...


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Global Search Finds Blood Donor for Three-Year-Old Cancer Patient

Three-year-old Zainab Mughal, who lives in Florida, requires frequent blood transfusions for cancer treatment. There are over 300 different blood types, ...


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Punishment is the Only Way to Remove Sin

In an article in Christianity Today magazine, Mark Galli notes how, deep down, the idea of punishment for sins actually makes sense to us. It is not arbitrary ...


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Dietrich Bonhoeffer: 'Advent Opens Our Prison Door from the Outside'

While waiting in a Nazi prison cell in 1943 a few weeks before Advent, Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote a friend, "A prison cell, in which one waits, hopes, ...


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