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Police Standoff Concludes with Discovery of Stuffed Tiger
When farmer Bruce Grubb saw what he perceived to be a potential threat to the people and animals on his farm, he acted decisively. Only in hindsight did ...
Man Escapes Shark by Punching it
Watching YouTube videos can teach you a lot of things. For British doctor Charlie Fry, it taught him how to survive a life-threatening shark attack. A ...
Why Millennials Are Ditching Religion for Witchcraft and Astrology
Interest in spirituality has been booming in recent years while interest in religion plummets, especially among millennials. More than half of young adults ...
Norway's New Passion: Ghost Hunting
Like many Europeans, Marianne Haaland Bogdanoff, a travel agency manager in this southern Norwegian town, does not go to church, except maybe at Christmas, ...
Journalist Now Believes in the Reality of Evil
NPR (National Public Radio) journalist Scott Simon has always avoided using the word "evil" when covering terrible events around the globe. He claims ...
'Exorcist' Director Meets a Real Exorcism
William Friedkin directed the 1973 movie The Exorcist. It became one of the highest-grossing films in history, was a major pop culture influence, and ...
We're Like an Eight-Year-Old Boy with a Broken Toy
Imagine an eight-year-old boy playing with a toy truck and then it breaks. He is disconsolate and cries out to his parents to fix it. Yet as he's crying, ...
Psychiatrist Explains His Belief in Demon Possession
The Washington Post ran a controversial op-ed piece titled, "As a psychiatrist, I diagnose mental illness. Also, I help spot demonic possession." ...
Young Artist Sees People in Whole New Light
In his book My Name Is Asher Lev, Chaim Potok's main character is an awakening artist, beginning to see the world with a different perspective. The author ...
'Stealth Secularism' Hooks Us Through Stories
Christian apologist Nancy Pearcey uses the following story to show how "stealth secularism" can bypass our critical grid and hook us emotionally:
In the ...