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COVID-19 and the Virus of Sin

Beginning in 2019, the entire globe became immersed in the COVID-19 pandemic that has so massively disrupted our daily routines. And there is an understandable ...


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‘Dust in the Wind’ Songwriter Converted to Christianity

The pop song, “Dust In The Wind” by Kansas peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 the week of April 22, 1978. It has remained popular over ...


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NBA’s Kevin Durant on His Fleeting Fame

Pro basketball star Kevin Durant is one of the most famous athletes in the world (at least as of 2021). Durant is a four-time scoring champion, a two-time ...


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Is the Coronavirus Divine Judgment?

In a recent podcast from The Gospel Coalition, host Collin Hanson and guest John Lennox talked about the complications that come from pointing to disasters, ...


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Savoring the Ordinary Beauty in Life

In a recent book, Paul Gould writes:

The writings of Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Marilynne Robinson are infused with a sacramental theology. Her writing ...

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The First Cryonically Preserved Human’s Fifty-Year Journey to Immortality

James Bedford was a psychology professor at the University of California. Prior to his death from cancer, Bedford expressed his desire to be cryogenically ...


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Man Pranks Friends, Family During Own Funeral

Shay Bradley loved laughter. In the end, he made sure to get the last laugh. Or rather, he made sure that he gave one last laugh. Friends and family mourning ...


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Young Married Couple in Fatal Crash Leaving Ceremony

They had their whole lives to look forward to, but the end came so much sooner than anyone expected. Having just been married in a brief ceremony five ...


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How Long Will the Famous Be Remembered after Death?

How long can most famous people expect to be remembered after they die? Between five and 30 years. That's according to Cesar A. Hidalgo, director ...


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Perseverance and Rewards

98-year-old Charles Fackler was to receive France's Legion of Honor medal for service in World War I.

Bill Fackler, his son, later said, "It was ...


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