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Pastor Admits Favoritism

The late Max Cadenhead, when he was pastor of First Baptist Church in Naples, Florida, riveted his congregation one day with a bold confession.

"My message ...

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"Gladiator": Power of Jesus' Name

Set in A.D. 180, Gladiator tells the story of General Maximus Decimus Meridius (played by Russell Crowe), who was about to be given reigning authority ...

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J. I. Packer on Comfort Zones

"It needs to be said loud and clear that in the kingdom of God there ain't no comfort zone and never will be."

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Peace in Afghanistan?

It seems some people in Afghanistan are preparing for peacetime, as weapons are going for bargain prices these days. According to Time magazine, prices ...

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"The Lion King": Honoring Christ's Birth

Disney's animated movie The Lion King, portrays the struggle between good and evil through the adventures of a lion named Simba. Son of the lion king, ...

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Only Jesus Can Fix the World

One Sunday morning, a man woke up around 5 a.m., his wife and children still asleep. Glad to have time to himself, he went downstairs, brewed some coffee, ...

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Bono on Prayer

U2 singer Bono, in a private meeting in June 2001 on the Hill in Washington, D.C., said:

I do believe that the Kingdom of Heaven is taken by force. God ...

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Bible's Big Picture

In her book Mystery on the Desert, Maria Reiche describes a series of strange lines made by the Nazea in the plains of Peru, some of them covering many ...

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Eternal Life: The Next Great Chapter

On the final page of the final book of The Chronicles of Narnia, some of the children who have been to Narnia lament that they once again must return ...

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Common Spirituality

Spirituality in human beings is not an extra or "superior" mode of existence. It's not a hidden stream of separate reality, a separate life running parallel ...

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