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All to the Glory

I believe the religion of Christ covers the whole man. Why shouldn't a man play baseball or lawn-tennis? ... Don't imagine that you have got to ...


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Sources of Enthusiasm

Historians of American higher education note that in the last third of the nineteenth century two things happened when colleges introduced intercollegiate ...


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Sport as Religion

"Sport is America's newest and fastest-growing religion, far outdistancing whatever is in second place," says Charles S. Prebish, associate ...


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Babe Ruth: Hero

Babe Ruth had hit 714 home runs during his baseball career and was playing one of his last major league games. The aging star was playing for the Boston ...


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Cheering for Church

Like a victorious locker room, church is a place to exult, to give thanks, to celebrate the great news that all is forgiven, that God is love, that victory ...


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What Men and Women Talk About

Men and women don't necessarily want to discuss the same subjects, according to a recent poll of 1,000 adults by Bruskin Associates.

The leading discussion ...


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Great People Do for Others

In the recent NCAA basketball Final Four playoffs here at Dallas, I was interested in the statement made by one of the coaches prior to the game. He was ...


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Don't Get Around Much Anymore

Being a pastor's wife demanded so much involvement in church activities that I rarely participated in any outside activities. My husband recognized ...


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Nice Guys Sometimes Win

There is a story that comes to us out of the long ago of a king who organized a great race within his kingdom. All the young men of the kingdom participated. ...


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You See What You're Looking For

When I was a boy growing up outside of New York City, I was an avid fan of the Brooklyn Dodgers. In fact, I have not yet quite forgiven them for moving ...


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