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Why Christians share their faith

Mike Seate, a columnist for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, doesn’t like people sharing their faith with him in a public place. He doesn’t want a stranger to pray for him. He also feels he has found the perfect example to prove the hypocrisy of Christians...

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Accuracy of Wikipedia

I love wikipedia, the online encyclopedia whose content is created by anyone and everyone on the web – but over the past few years, it has come under fire.  Problems like hoax pages and manipulation of entries for political ends have plagued it.  However, arstechnica...

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Isaac Hayes Quits South Park

Hayes, an outspoken Scientologist, and voice talent for Chef on South Park, can’t take any more anti-religious satire.  Or so it seems. "There is a place in this world for satire, but there is a time when satire ends and intolerance and bigotry towards religious...

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Intolerance of Religious Intolerance

Hindu news reports that an Archbishop of the Russian Orthodox church has called Krishna some bad things.  Echoing the Apostle Paul’s admonition Rather, that the things which the Gentiles sacrifice they sacrifice to demons and not to God, and I do not want you to...

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Who is C. S. Lewis?

While anticipation is building for Friday’s release of the movie adaptation of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, much attention has been focused on the man behind the magic, C. S. Lewis. Christianity Today and Christian History Magazine both have several terrific articles that...

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Natural Selection Favors Conservatives

Nov. 18th’s version of The Week magazine has an interesting article entitled The Baby Bust.  It opens with a very interesting query: In the 1970s, sociologists warned that overpopulation was the greatest threat facing humanity. Today, birth rates are dropping around the globe, and experts...

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