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The Story of the Century | Christianity and Islam

Christianity, Islam

Despite appearances in our corner of the world, religion is not going extinct. Quite the contrary. Predictions by the likes of Nietzsche, Marx, and Freud that faith would vanish have turned out spectacularly wrong. Yes, in the West (particularly Europe) ...

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Many beautiful things | The gift of sight

Many Beautiful Things

Suppose you were given the choice between using your God-given gifts in a way that would make you famous, or in a way that would guarantee a life lived in obscurity. That’s the choice one Victorian-era artist had to make. ...

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Religious Freedom Day and public schools

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Right up there with Christmas music on the radio and festive lights on people’s houses, it’s become an annual tradition during the Christmas season for people to criticize schools for daring to display Christmas trees, sing Christmas carols, and acknowledge ...

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The radical demands of the Gospel

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Must Christians choose between pursuing social justice and promoting moral clarity? In the past few decades, we’ve watched as Christianity has moved from a major public force to more of a social outlier. Equally disturbing is the apparent moral divide ...

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Movies with Max: The church steps up and steps out

As many [people know], Chuck Colson’s twenty-three-year-old grandson Max is autistic. A few months ago Max’s mother, Emily, and Patty Colson took Max to see “Muppets Most Wanted” at a Boston-area theater. After settling themselves into their seats, the previews ...

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