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Soul-searching in South Korea

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South Korea | As the nation debates its collective responsibility for the Sewol disaster, Christians preach the message of grace

112 Weddings

112 Weddings

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Documentary | 112 Weddings is an HBO documentary that may scare single people away from marriage—until their God-given desire to love and be loved prevails. Filmmaker Doug…

Deliver Us from Evil

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Movies | Three thoughts came to mind after watching Deliver Us from Evil , the latest horror film based on a nonfiction book. First thought: It is not good to be…

Ivory Tower

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Documentary | According to his filmography, director Andrew Rossi likes to narrate the crumbling of great institutions. He’s investigated the tumultuous traditional…

Fast backward

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Movies | Days of Future Past is blockbuster fun but not much more

Home run hit

Home run hit

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Movies | Million Dollar Arm pitches a classic tale of unlikely heroes crossing cultural lines

Reflective journey

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Travel | A cross-country train trip proved to be unpredictable, uncomfortable—and an unmatched period of spiritual focus

An inconvenient sweet tooth

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Movies | An ambitious new food documentary blames sugar and the food industry for America’s ballooning obesity problem

Yahoo joins Google in yanking pregnancy center ads

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Abortion | Soon after Google caved to NARAL Pro-Choice America’s persistent prod to remove pro-life crisis pregnancy center (CPC) advertisements from its search…

Beyond nachos

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Lifestyle | The push for authentic cultural dishes has opened the door to a new breed of Mexican-American food

Google goaded into purging pro-life ads

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Abortion | Popular search engine allegedly removes ‘deceptive’ pregnancy center ads at pro-abortion group’s prompting

South Korean churches rethink Easter

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Tragedy | The utterance ‘Death where is your sting?’ takes on greater meaning after a great national disaster

 
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