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"Alice in Wonderland": Choose Your Destination

In the Disney animated classic Alice in Wonderland, Alice, wanders through a frustrating world of tardy rabbits, singing flowers, and one curious-talking ...

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"The Empire Strikes Back": Impossibility Thinking

In George Lucas' The Empire Strikes Back, which has a pervasive new-age worldview but illustrates some biblical principles, 900-year-old Master Jedi-Knight ...

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Hilary Swank's God

Hilary Swank, 1999's Oscar winner for Best Actress and wife of actor Chad Lowe, was asked, "Where does Jesus fit into all of [your and your husband's ...

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Deceptive Appeal

Joe Gutierrez tells five stories from his 42 years as a steelworker in the book, The Heat: Steelworkers' Lives and Legends. In one story, called "Snow ...

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Our Relationship to Nature

The essence of all pantheism, evolutionism, and modern cosmic religion is really in this proposition: that Nature is our mother. Unfortunately, if you ...

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John Lennon and Jesus

Two new books on John Lennon claim the ex-Beatle experienced a brief period as a born-again Christian during the 1970s. While living the life of a virtual ...

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Santana's Wayward Spirituality

Carlos Santana has won the Billboard Lifetime achievement award, multiple Grammy awards, Kennedy Center Honors, and VH1 Man of the Year award. A Rolling ...

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Uniqueness of Grace

In What's So Amazing about Grace, Philip Yancey recounts this story about C.S. Lewis:

During a British conference on comparative religions, experts ...

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Evading the Problem of Evil

It is characteristic of our age that people want to have God but do not want to have the Devil. People are inventing gods for themselves, with what I ...

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Religious Doublespeak

Churches are getting into the doublespeak spirit. ... Take the term "sin," for instance. There's a word we could all live without. I mean, who wants ...

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