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Sometimes What Looks Like Doubt Isn’t

Poet Amy B Hunter writes:

Five years ago I had emergency surgery. My sister, a professor with final exams to give, was getting married in less than a week. ...

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Healing Is a Foretaste of Resurrection

The news has been relentlessly grim since last Easter. Any glimmers of light were quickly vanquished amid rising pandemic deaths, the social depression ...


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Christ Has Blazed the Trail

Max Lucado tells the story of a missionary in Brazil who discovered a tribe of Indians in a remote part of the jungle. They lived near a large river. ...


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Vasco da Gamma and the Cape of Good Hope

In the Middle Ages the sea route to India seemed an impossibility. it was often discussed in the great economic and political centers of Europe. They ...


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The Resurrection of Christ and the Promise of Heaven

Malcolm Muggeridge writes:

Plenty of great teachers, mystics, martyrs, and saints have spoken words full of grace and truth. In the case of Jesus alone, ...

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Jesus' Resurrection Is the Beginning of God's New Project

N.T. Wright said:

“Jesus' resurrection is the beginning of God's new project, not to snatch people away from earth but to colonize earth ...


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Independence Day and the Empty Tomb

Author Russell Moore writes:

A few years ago, I stood at the grave of Thomas Jefferson, and I was prompted to give thanks for his life and legacy. After ...

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Renoir Finds Beauty in the Pain

When French impressionist painter Auguste Renoir was confined to his home during the last decade of his life, Henri Matisse was nearly 28 years younger ...


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When Abundant Evidence is Not Enough

Mary Jo Sharp writes in her book, Why I Still Believe, “There’s something else going on here. Humans don’t always ‘believe it ...


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Secular Historian on a Clear Benefit from the Resurrection

The historian Paul Veyne calls himself an "unbeliever," and yet he extols the message of human dignity that we find in the sacrificial love ...


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