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A Believer's End Is "Beyond the Grasp of Reason"

God destines us for an end beyond the grasp of reason.

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Baron Von Hugel on Mystery

"The deeper we get into reality, the more numerous will be the questions we cannot answer."

—Author and theologian Baron Von Hugel (1852-1925)

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September 11th Challenges Secularization Theory

David Brooks, New York Times columnist, confessed: "Like a lot of people these days, I'm a recovering secularist. Until Sept. 11, I accepted the notion ...

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God Expects Us to Explore His Truth

Don't neglect your critical faculties. Remember that God is a rational God, who has made us in his own image. God invites and expects us to explore his ...

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Adoniram Judson Conversion Story

Before Adoniram Judson became the pioneer of American foreign missions he was a rebel. He finished at the top of his college class and headed to New York ...

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Hardball Takes Over Public Life

At the beginning of the 21st century, reasoned discourse [is imperiled]. Reasoned discourse is increasingly giving way to in-your-face sound bites….Hardball ...

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Is Thinking Really Rational?

People mistakenly assume that their thinking is done by their head; it is actually done by the heart, which first dictates the conclusion, then commands ...

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Habits Skew Moral Judgment

A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong gives it a superficial appearance of being rightÂ….Time makes more converts than reason.

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Debunking Pluralism

Pluralists contend that no one religion can know the fullness of spiritual truth, and therefore all religions are valid. But while it is good to acknowledge ...

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C. S. Lewis Argues Against Atheism

C. S. Lewis said that if there is no intelligence behind the universe, then nobody designed my brain for the purpose of thinking. Thought is merely the ...

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