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The end of summer means its time for kids everywhere to head back to school. Back in the day, the first day of school was nearly always after Labor Day. That’s not quite true anymore, but there are still those...
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By now, you may be aware that last week’s confirmation hearing for the deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget encountered some very turbulent waters. The nominee was forced into a heated discussion about his theology, stemming from...
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Every morning as I drive my Little Man to school, we play a game. I turn the radio up so that we can hear the very beginning notes of each song, and then, as soon as we hear the music...
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In part 3 of our series, we take a closer look at probably the most overlooked implication of the Resurrection. If Jesus of Nazareth was indeed resurrected from death, then something supernatural is going on. If you’ll recall your high-school...
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  In this second part of our series, we examine what Jesus had to say about Himself. You can read Part 1 here…… Jesus’ identity as God. It has become fashionable for opponents of Christianity to deny that Jesus ever...
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  By now, most of us find ourselves in the post-Easter haze of candy-wrappers, half-eaten chocolate bunnies, and empty guestrooms. The flurry of Eastertime activities in our churches, communities and even social media has quieted down. For those of us...
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“My claim is that if there is no God, then meaning, value and purpose are ultimately human illusions. They’re just in our heads. If atheism is true, then life is really objectively meaningless, valueless, and purposeless, despite our subjective beliefs...
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Now that we’ve climbed over the halfway point of January, we’ve reached the point at which our New Year’s Resolutions start losing their luster. The collective affinity for turning over a new leaf begins to turn itself off rather quickly....
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  Like most of you, recent events abroad and at home have gripped my mind and emotions with vicelike force. I ache for those who must now cope with devastating and senseless loss. I’ve heard the collective voices asking “why”...
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This week, events in the political realm have spawned a movement called #ShoutYourAbortion. I’ve watched it all week with varying degrees of puzzlement. I can’t help myself. The abortion debate certainly isn’t new, but it has resurfaced recently with a...
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