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Conversion Is Like Waking Up to an Alarm Clock

Bible scholar N.T. Wright uses the analogy of waking up in the morning for how some people come to Christ through a dramatic, instant conversion and others ...


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Prayer in the Midst of a Tragic Accident

Dan McConchie, vice president of government affairs at Americans United for Life, was riding his motorcycle through a suburban intersection when a car ...


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Architect Humble About His Unfinished Work

In 1882 the artist and architect Antoni Gaudi started work on his masterpiece, The El Templo de la Sagrada Familia (or The Church of the Holy Family), ...


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Boston Marathon Bomb Victims Express Thanks

On April 15, 2013, one of the best-known sporting events in the world, the Boston Marathon, turned deadly when two homemade bombs planted close to the ...


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Lincoln's Failed Grocery Startup Leads to Success

A young man from an impoverished background dreamed of a better life for himself and his family than the hardscrabble existence he had known growing up. ...


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Cat Crosses Street with Authority of NYPD

To illustrate the point that God does actually prevent a lot of terrible things from happening that we're not aware only to get no credit for it, retired ...


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Church Finds Miraculous New Home

In 1876, a small Methodist church near the ocean in Swan Quarter, North Carolina was struck by a hurricane and damaged. It was restored, but another hurricane ...


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Man Finally Finds Meaning in his Father's Murder

In 1986, a Christian worker named Steve Saint was traveling through the country of Mali when his car broke down. Stranded and alone, Steve tried to rent ...


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Ancient King Obsessed with Becoming 'Unpoisonable'

One of the greatest fears for kings in the ancient world was death by poison. Most kings made slaves pre-taste the wine to test it for deadly toxins. ...


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Christian Apologist Found His Calling through Limitations

The Chronicle of Higher Education featured an article about William Lane Craig, the man they called "Christian philosophy's boldest apostle." Craig has ...


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