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Timeline Shows How Luxuries Become Necessities

An article from The Atlantic observed that over the past 100 years we have often turned yesterday's luxury products into today's necessities.

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Violating God's Law Is Like Putting Our Hand in Fire

Dorothy Sayers, the mystery writer, was also a devoted Christian. Dorothy Sayers was attempting to explain the moral law of God. She pointed out that ...

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Bare-headed Rider Dies Protesting Helmet Law

Over the 2011, 4th-of-July weekend, a group of motorcyclists gathered in Onondaga, New York, to ride in protest against the New York state law that requires ...

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Thanking God for His Goodness Prevents Envy

"Envy is resenting God's goodness to others and ignoring God's goodness to me."

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Luxury Cruise Turns Sour

Recently I spoke with a friend named Carol (name changed) who had just returned from a difficult ocean cruise. She works for an organization that was ...

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Kay Warren Sees Human Capacity for Evil

Kay Warrrent writes:

The first time I visited Rwanda, I went looking for monsters, albeit a different category of monster—the kind that isn't ...

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French Investor Caught for $7 Billion Fraud

Have you ever gotten yourself in big trouble—really, really big trouble? So big you can't even conceive of how much trouble you're in? That's ...

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Ladder Safety Mirrors Spiritual Safety

A Health Letter from the Mayo Clinic offered these 12 tips for ladder safety:

1. Have somebody nearby to get help if you fall. 2. Don't get on a ladder ...

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Chesterton on the Ten Commandments

If men will not be governed by the Ten Commandments, they shall be governed by the ten thousand commandments.

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Chesterton on Defining Evil

Men do not differ much about what things they will call evils; they differ enormously about what evils they will call excusable.

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