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The Dead End of ‘Your Truth’
In Oprah Winfrey’s lifetime achievement award acceptance speech at the 2018 Golden Globes, she said, "What I know for sure is that speaking ...
Brandi Carlile's 'Spiritual Shift'
In an interview with Terri Gross, Grammy Award winning songwriter/singer Brandi Carlile was asked about her church’s refusal to baptize her when ...
Only After Sundown
In 2013, New York City narcotics agents announced an unusual indictment of five Brooklyn men. These types of indictments are, unfortunately, commonplace ...
The 18-Mile-Long Wire Hidden Above Manhattan
It's hard to imagine that anything literally hanging from utility poles across Manhattan could be considered "hidden." But throughout the ...
Woman Arrested for Calling 911 After Parents Cancel Cell Service
A woman was arrested for calling 911 about her lack of cell phone access, despite being warned that doing so was abuse of the system. Seloni Khetarpal ...
Abortion Is the Leading Cause of Death Worldwide
More human beings died in abortions than any other cause of death in 2018. A heartbreaking reminder about the prevalence of abortion. Statistics compiled ...
Seafaring Homesteaders in Hiding from Maritime Authorities
A Bitcoin trader and his girlfriend embraced a movement known as “seasteading,” where enthusiasts either retrofit or build floating homes ...
The Craziest Late-to-Work Excuses
The rain, a pileup on the freeway—"the boss has heard them all," said Gene Marks in The Washington Post. Excuses for being late to work are essentially ...
Even 'Best' Divorces Have Negative Effects on Children
In her book Primal Loss, author Leila Miller explores the thoughts of 70 adults who watched their parents divorce. They still have negative feelings ...
Whatever Became of Repentance?
In an article titled "Whatever Became of Repentance?" Christianity Today's Mark Galli writes:
On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther is said ...