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Atheism, East and West

In spite of the conflict between them, the two ideologies that officially operate on the two sides of the Iron Curtain have this in common: they are both ...


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Practical Atheism

Most professing Christians, from the liberals to the fundamentalists, remain practical atheists. They think the church is sustained by the services it ...


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Sucking Out Morality

The expression "moral vacuum" has been tossed around in the media as an attempt to describe the apparent refusal of some sections of society ...


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Life without God

Dostoyevsky reminded us in The Brothers Kararamazov that "if God does not exist, everything is permissible." We are now seeing "everything." ...


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Worship, Work, and Play

Worship is the full commitment of one's life to God. But we have made our work the primary dimension of our lives, so it is little wonder that we ...


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Built on the Rock

Growing up on the Atlantic Coast, I spent long hours working on intricate sand castles; whole cities would appear beneath my hands. One year, for several ...


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Protestantism Against Secularism

It seems to me that despite its priority for socio-political change, organized Protestantism shows little strength for stemming the secular tide. It ineffectively ...


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An Uneasy Confrontation

The late professor Jacques Monod, the famous French geneticist and Nobel prize winner, in the course of a television session in Toronto with Mother Teresa, ...


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Perilous Folly

The Marxist promise that utopia will follow the abolition of private property is merely one of the more naive versions of the Enlightenment's secular ...


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Keeping Christmas Christian

Christmas took over a pagan celebration, and now a non-Christian world is trying to make it into a purely secular festival again. But real Christians ...


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