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Harvard’s Chief Chaplain Is an Atheist

The Puritan colonists who settled in New England in the 1630s had a nagging concern about the churches they were building: How would they ensure that ...


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God’s Good Compass

It's significant that in Scripture, wisdom is often associated with a path. Are you going in the right direction? Are you veering off the path? Do ...


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The Search for God Cannot Wait

George Harrison was the lead guitarist for the Beatles. He embraced Indian culture and helped broaden the scope of popular music through his incorporation ...


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The Answer Is Not Something New

Generations placed the Muppet masters Jim Henson and Frank Oz on the level of comedy duos like Abbott & Costello and Laurel & Hardy. Henson died ...


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Atheist Says Meeting Jesus Like 'Waking from Sleep'

Joy Davidman was a Jewish American atheist poet who as a young woman became a communist to satisfy her thirst for justice. She married a fellow writer, ...


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MIT Professor on Our Yearning for Immortality

American physicist and author Alan Lightman is a professor at MIT. He contemplates the day of his daughter’s wedding:

It was a perfect picture of ...

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Failing to Answer the Rescuer

You can get a cellphone signal on the highest mountain in Colorado. If you get lost hiking that mountain, you should probably answer your phone — ...


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The World's Last Lost Tourist

49-year-old German brewery worker Erwin Kreuz blew his life savings on a once-in-a-lifetime birthday trip to San Francisco. He’d seen it on TV, ...


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The Sheep, the Pig, and Forgiveness

A farmer's sheep and pig had escaped. Together they had found a weak rail in the fence and had pressed upon it until it broke under their weight. ...


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The End of Reason in Society

Author Meghan O'Gieblyn, explores meaning, morality, and faith. She recalls the role of thinking and reason during her days at Bible College:

When ...

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