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Atheist-Illusionist Penn Jillette on Christians Who Don't Evangelize

Atheist Penn Jillette is one half of Penn and Teller, a duo that has been headlining Vegas shows for years with comedy and the art of illusion. Penn has ...

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C. S. Lewis: "You Have Never Talked to a Mere Mortal"

Remember that the dullest and most uninteresting person you talk to may one day be a creature which, if you saw it now, you would strongly be tempted ...

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Man Commits His Soul to Nature at Death

We live in a time when people have become extremely conscious of nature, its beauty, its wonders, its indescribable value. We appreciate our planet more ...

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NASCAR Racers Need Speed

Diandra Leslie-Pelecky, a physics professor at the University of Texas, wrote a book about the physics of NASCAR racing, and for her research she was ...

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Journalist Tony Snow on the Art of Being Sick

The art of being sick is not the same as the art of getting well. Some cancer patients recover; some don't. But the ordeal of facing your mortality ...

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Lives of 95 Percent Boredom, 5 percent Terror

I saw a troubling quote today. I was reading a news story about an NYPD detective named James Zadroga who had died from lung problems. Following 9/11, ...

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The Danger of a Sad Soul

A sad soul will kill you quicker, far quicker, than a germ.

—Author John Steinbeck

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Fish Stronger Than Nuclear Submarines

The nuclear submarine Thresher had heavy steel bulkheads and heavy steel armor, so it could dive deep and withstand the pressure of the ocean. Unfortunately, ...

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Is It Dangerous to Believe in an Afterlife?

The January 29, 2007, issue of TIME magazine was all about the brain. The lead article, "The Mystery of Consciousness," was by Dr. Steven Pinker, ...

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Arthur Rubenstein Linked Attitude to Ability

"You cannot play the piano well unless you are singing within you."

—Concert pianist Arthur Rubenstein (1887–1982)

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