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Proving You’re Not Dead

Jeanne Pouchain knows she’s not dead. But she has to prove it in court. The 58-year-old French woman was declared dead by a court in 2017 during ...


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We Like Workout Clothing More than Workouts

The size of the market for athleisure—a coinage officially adopted into Merriam-Webster's lexicon this April—grew five percent each year between ...


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Chief Rabbi: When Judaism Is Easy People Lose Faith

Jonathan Sacks, the former Chief Rabbi of Great Britain, once referenced what he called the "counter-intuitive phenomena of Jewish history"—a phenomena ...


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Millennials Losing Trust in Institutional Church

A report from Pew Research concluded that younger generations tend to have more positive views than their elders of a number of institutions that play ...


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Man Wins 'Ultimate Couch Potato' Contest

In January 2010, Jeff Miller, an independent businessman from Rogers Park, Illinois clinched his third consecutive Ultimate Couch Potato title Monday ...


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Loving God Only For His 'Trust Fund'

Tim Keller uses the following scenario to illustrate how we can sometimes love God just for the good stuff he's "supposed" to give us (based on our terms, ...


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Marathoner Takes Short-cut to 'Victory'

Kendall Schler of Columbia, Mo. was the first to cross the finish line at the GO! St. Louis Marathon. Schler had her photo taken with Jackie Joyner-Kersee ...


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The Origin of 'Skin in the Game'

According to one story (which may be a legend), in the late 1960s, the now-iconic investor Warren Buffet pried seed money for his very first stock fund ...


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Original Version of Monopoly Became Hyper-competitive

It's easy to forget our initial God-given mission, just as it's easy to lose our first love for Christ and drift away from our call to follow Christ. ...


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People Who Buy Athletic Apparel but Don't Exercise

An article in The Wall Street Journal asks, "Why work out when you can just buy the clothes and look like you did?" The article explores a growing trend ...


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