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Web Reads: Giant guinea pigs make the best lounge chairs

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | Lounging. Capybaras are basically huge guinea pigs. Apparently, other animals like to sit on their backs. Here’s a website that collects photos of birds,

Web Reads: Novel prescriptions

Web Reads: Novel prescriptions

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | Books for what ails you. In the U.K., doctors who diagnose their patients with mild depression can prescribe particular “self help” books as part of the…

Midday Roundup: Like your current insurance plan? Too bad.

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Here’s what I meant to say. President Barack Obama is adding some nuance to the oft-spoken (and now broken) promise that’s gotten him in so much trouble…

Web Reads: We’re all human

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | This week’s selection of interesting reads from around the web: Human. The website of 29-year-old photographer Brandon Stanton, who has talked to and…

Capturing Christ in the chalk dust

By Dick Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | It begins with a few stray chalk marks on a flip chart and a question: How would you like to prosper in whatever you do? Or perhaps this one: If you were to…

Controversial artist puts miracle of life on display in Qatar

By Whitney Williams
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Culture | Pregnant women in Qatar can no longer hide what’s growing beneath their abayas.  On Monday, in front of the newly-constructed Sidra Medical and…

Head games

Head games

By Marvin Olasky
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Art | All that glitters within museum display cases is not the whole gold story

Midday Roundup: Do Dennis Rodman a ‘solid’ and take him seriously

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Dead serious. Former pro basketball star Dennis Rodman is ready to be taken seriously. No … really. Rodman told reporters during a press conference in New…

Are sports as worthy as the arts?

By Barnabas Piper
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Sports | A few weeks ago I was a guest on Desiring God’s Behind the Blog podcast , where we talked about sports and Christianity. I was asked whether sports are of less…

Broken beauty

By Susan Olasky
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Lifestyle | Christian sculptor aims to show the reality of pain and suffering—and hope

Innocents In Austin: A spark of Christ in the city

By Warren Cole Smith
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Culture | A mural in the heart of South by Southwest’s music scene looks to share the power of Jesus with festivalgoers

A tasty conversation

By Chelsea Kolz
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Art | Conversation is a vague art. Why, sometimes, does it come so easy and taste so good? Why, other times, does it fizzle out into remarks about the weather? Last…

 
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