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Marionettes Debate the Reality of Their Maker

In William Steig's Yellow & Pink, a delightfully whimsical picture book for children, two wooden figures wake up to find themselves lying on an old newspaper ...


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The Real Jesus Christ

The greatness of God is most clearly displayed in his Son. And the glory of the gospel is only made evident in his Son. That's why Jesus' question to ...


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Telltale Signs of Picasso's Art

In his book The Cell's Design: How Chemistry Reveals the Creator's Artistry, Fanzale Rana gives the following account of the approach used to authenticate ...


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The Importance of Knowing Heresy

In The Story of Christian Theology, theologian Roger Olson writes:

A popular misconception—perhaps a Christian urban legend—is that the United ...

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Statistics on Creationism in High School Classrooms

High-school biology teachers who say they devote at least one or two classroom hours to creationism or Intelligent Design: 25 percent

Of these, teachers ...


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Boy's Hoax Teaches Valuable Lesson

Ever hear about the dihydrogen monoxide hoax? It's been around for a while, but it got a lot of media attention in 1997 when a 14-year-old student named ...


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Study of Trinity Converts Muslim

One of the chief obstacles to a Muslim becoming a Christian is the doctrine of the Trinity. Muslims believe there is only one God—Allah—and ...


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Our Trinitarian Personhood

In his book Ministry in the Image of God, Stephen Seamands writes about the relational side of our personhood, which reflects the Trinitarian nature of ...


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Signs of the Trinity

Self-giving love is the Trinity's signature.


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St. Augustine on the Vastness of the Trinity

Shortly after [St. Augustine had finished his theological tome On the Trinity], he was walking along the Mediterranean shore on the coast of North Africa ...


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