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Morality Without God?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Can people who don’t believe in God still be moral? I’ve read many Christian books that say “No”… For example, in “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist” by Frank Turek and Norman L. Geisler, the authors write: “… if the atheists are right, then we might as well lie, cheat, and steal […]

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In God We Trust?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The White House proclaimed on Sunday: On the 50th anniversary of our national motto, “In God We Trust,” we reflect on these words that guide millions of Americans, recognize the blessings of the Creator, and offer our thanks for His great gift of liberty. From its earliest days, the United States has been a Nation […]

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Why Wouldn’t I Want It?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Blog reader Caitlin writes: II don’t know what story im replying to but that’s not why I am here. I need to ask questions, I need to know. What is it like to be an athiest? How can you feel fulfilled? i am a 14 year old girl, and never ahve felt so strongly in […]

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Reading Time: < 1 minute Leadership, a “practical journal for church leaders,” did a very nice story on the eBay auction.  It’s in the Summer 2006 issue.  Read it by clicking on the image (if the image is too small, click the “expand” icon on the bottom right):

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Church Activities for Children

Reading Time: < 1 minute I was at a church this morning (for a separate project)… and inside the book of hymnals near my seat, I found this activity pamphlet for children. Page one is below. It took me a while, and I had to ask for some help, but I think I finally figured it out…

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Wait, Wait… Don’t Tell Me!

Reading Time: 2 minutes I promise there is a non-political point to this: If you don’t already listen to Wait, Wait… Don’t Tell Me!, the NPR news quiz show, go to their website and listen. The podcast is one of the most downloaded programs on iTunes each week, and the show has an estimated audience of 2,000,000 people.

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Southern Illinois University

Reading Time: 2 minutes Southern Illinois University has this *crazy* rule that says campus groups cannot discriminate against potential members. An African-American group cannot say no to a white person joining, a feminist group cannot say no to a male joining… you get the idea. But when a Christian group says no to a gay student joining, that’s ok. […]

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