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Former Bank Robber Becomes a Law Professor
Shon Hopwood grew up in a Christian home in rural Nebraska. When his high-school basketball career faded and college and the military fell through, he ...
Muslim Impressed by Christianity's Freedom of Inquiry
Best-selling Muslim author and renowned critic of Islam, Irshad Manji shook the religious world with her ground-breaking and highly acclaimed book The ...
A ‘Soul Nudge’ for the Nasty
Heather Burke-Cody blogs:
I was thrift shopping for dorm stuff. The cashier appeared to be one of the most unhappy, maddest people ever. I was six people ...
How Damar Hamlin Drove a Nation to Pray
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June of 2022, that a Bremerton, Wash., high-school football coach was improperly fired for praying with his players after ...
Police Work Brought Him to His Darkest Hour
Undercover narcotics officer Norm Wielsch was parked on a dark frontage road in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was about 9 p.m., and he was writing a ...
No One Took Christ Out of Christmas
In a recent issue of CT magazine Tim Larson reflects on Christ in Christmas:
Some of us are worried about others experiencing doubts: children, siblings, ...
Saudis Celebrate Christmas Less Quietly
The lights had been strung, the guest list was set and the Santa hats were ready to go for the first Christmas party Umniah Alzahery and Mike Bounacklie ...
The Dream Home Is Dead
U.S. cities were shedding people steadily even before the pandemic. According to Postal Service data, 15.9 million Americans filed a change-of-address ...
The Christian Who Invented Hospice
Cicely Saunders, a British nurse and social worker, later trained to be a doctor. And what she discovered, in 1950s England, is that hospitals had no ...
Legendary MLB Announcer Thanks God
“It’s time for Dodger baseball … Hi everybody and a very pleasant good evening to you, wherever you may be.”
That was the opening ...