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Black Hole Discovery: Scientists See the ‘Unseeable’

In May 2022 astronomers announced an extraordinary discovery. They claimed they had pierced the veil of darkness and dust at the center of our Milky Way ...


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Sharks Are Closer to Beaches than You Think

A new study is giving new meaning to the phrase “this city would eat you alive.” Scientists from the University of Miami say sharks are not ...


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Prayer Pulled Him Out of Occult Darkness

Heath Adamson shares the story of his deliverance from the occult and addiction in an article in CT magazine. Even as a child, the spiritual world was ...


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The Community that Speaks to the Dead

This small, rural community in upstate New York looks like many others in the state. Victorian cottages cozy up to one another and large oaks dot sidewalks. ...


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Describing Heaven’s Riches

In an issue of CT magazine, author Jen Wilkin writes of the difficulty in describing the glory of heaven:

I am a competitive game player. A few years ago ...

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Houdini vs. The Spiritualists

In the early Twentieth Century, Spiritualism was very popular. Mediums and fortune tellers claimed to be able to make contact with the dead and their ...


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What You Do with Your Shopping Cart Says a Lot About You

Are you a good person? There’s an easy way to tell, according to the Internet at least. It’s based on what you do with a shopping cart when ...


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M.I.T. Professor’s Experience with Transcendence

Physicist Alan Lightman is a professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is known for specializing in the intersection between science, philosophy, ...


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They Lost Their Loved Ones to COVID. Then They Heard from Them Again

When Ian and Michelle Horne got married, he wore a purple tie on their wedding day because it was her favorite color. Then came the pandemic.

In fall of ...


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When God’s Hand Is Invisible

Sandra McCracken writes in CT magazine:

A few years ago, I sat on the front porch of an old farmhouse in Vermont … with two friends. Above us, at ...

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