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More Than Hardware

The visionaries of the electronic age have tended to only look at what it is possible for the new Age of Information to bring us, not what the probable ...


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The Cult of Mediocrity

I fear that we in the mass media are creating such a market for mediocrity that we've diminished the incentive for excellence. We celebrate notoriety ...


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Pity for the Legends

Around a man who has been pushed into the limelight, a legend begins to grow as it does around a dead man. But a dead man is in no danger of yielding ...


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Our Circuitous World View

The production of art and entertainment for commercial reasons is an old story; what may be new is the elevation of this practice into a principle, and ...


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God and the Media

It could not possibly be the case that something men have invented, like the media, could never be serviceable to God. ... For instance, once when I was ...


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Forget the Numbers

There never has been a power so dramatically opposed to Christianity as the daily press. Day in and day out the daily press does nothing but delude [people] ...


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Twitter Imagines New United Airlines Mottos after Scandal

If you read, watch, or listen to the news at all, you probably heard a story about a certain United Airlines flight from Chicago to Louisville (in April ...


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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, ...


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Max Lucado Temporarily Lost the Joy of the Lord

Author and Pastor Max Lucado recently reflected on his experience of losing the joy of the Lord to a spirit of gadgets and gauges. Lucado said:

For years ...

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Cruise Line Trades Free Cruise for Snapchat Handle

Residents of a sleepy central Virginia town were surprised in March by a coordinated campaign to identify and woo one of their local teenagers.

Carnival ...


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