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Summer time travel

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Faith & Inspiration | The past has perished, but the present is the land of choice

The death of sensibility

The death of sensibility

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Faith & Inspiration | How would you like to cease to feel pain? It’s a good thing, I suppose, when you are numbed up at the dentist’s office, but I wager you wouldn’t want to…

Not the life of the party

Not the life of the party

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Faith & Inspiration | I did fairly well at a party Friday night. I know it sounds strange to say that—to evaluate the outcome of a birthday party as a personal success or…

When habit will no longer do

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Culture | Francis Schaeffer taught me that the generation of Americans that lost religion was not the one that acted out in full-blown flouting of spiritual laws, but…

The lost art of thinking

The lost art of thinking

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Faith & Inspiration | Recently a friend visiting from Florida asked me to meet her at Dunkin’ Donuts, so I went at the appointed time but she was late. I received her text upon…

Children of the Matrix

Children of the Matrix

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Technology | We invited an Egyptian couple to lunch after church and their 4-year-old boy fussed so much that the father, with evident reluctance, pulled out an iPad, and…

Warp speed

Warp speed

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Faith & Inspiration | Attitudes change at a breathtaking pace as Americans strive to be au courant

Knowing <em>and</em> suppressing truth

Knowing and suppressing truth

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Sexuality | In Romans, the Apostle Paul writes that men “by their unrighteousness suppress the truth,” and in the next breath says that “what can be known about God…

The curious case of the Catholic school

The curious case of the Catholic school

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Education | I had nuns for 12 years of formal education (followed by priests for four years of college). The habit of the Canadian-based religious order included long…

No atheists in a foxhole

No atheists in a foxhole

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Faith & Inspiration | They say there are no atheists in foxholes, but it’s not precisely true, of course. Our best authority on this is Scripture itself where we read that the…

Put on without being a put-on

Put on without being a put-on

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Faith & Inspiration | Language is fascinating. I recently finished translating a 42-page testimony by a Nicaraguan student in my English as a second language class, and I was…

Either-or

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Sexuality | When something seems gross to you there are two possibilities: Either you are a hater, or it is gross. If the sight of two men kissing or of a person…

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