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Berlin’s New Church of Nothing

A new worship center in the former East Berlin represents the ultimate secular view of religion. It also reflects the kind of cultural future the American ...


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The Utter Importance of the Ascension

Henry Drummond wrote:

Ascension … what if it didn't happen? Suppose Jesus had not gone away. Suppose he were here on earth NOW. Suppose he were ...

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Dying Soldier Asks, ‘Is God really like Jesus?’

T.F. Torrance was one of the greatest theologians of the 20th century, but prior to that, he served as a chaplain during World War II. One day, on a battlefield ...


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What Ants Taught Becky Pippert

When Rebecca Pippert was an agnostic, she had one question she continually wrestled with: How can finite limited human beings ever claim to know God? ...


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Pluralism's Basic Premise is that All Religions are True

In his recent book, author Mark Clark wrote:

If you want to understand the dogma of religious pluralism, consider a scene from the comedy movie Talladega ...

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Determined Boy Climbs into Claw Machine to get Toy

A little boy only identified as Mason was focused on a new toy in a claw vending machine at a local Beef O'Brady's restaurant. But it was out of reach, ...


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White House Deputy Director Trusted God When Facing Death

My husband, David Kuo —former deputy director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives—fought cancer with dignity ...


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Whales: Mysteries of God's Creation

Think for a moment about the mysteries of just one of God's creatures—a whale. These big, beautiful creatures spend 95 percent of their lives in ...


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N.T. Wright's Projected Last Words

When the Bible scholar N.T. (Tom) Wright was asked what he would tell his children on his deathbed he said, "Look at Jesus." Tom Wright explained ...


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