Tag Archives: wisdom

Real Diversity!

Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
Somewhere in the lush undergrowth of G.K. Chesterton’s essays is a delightful little piece about tolerance. In this essay, Chesterton avers that, because we crave diversity (the ultimate human adventure) some of us move away…

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The Intersection Between Eternity and the Observable Universe

Originally posted on The Manifold Wisdom of God:
? Hint: It is only a number and Einstein knew it all along. At the resurrection people will neither marry nor be given in marriage; they will be like the angels in heaven. But…

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Where You Live Matters

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Is Your Christianity a Sham?

Originally posted on The Recovering Legalist:
Adorable Sin It may come as a shock to some, but many who claim to be Christians are not, actually. It is obvious because of their unrepentant love of sin. For example, I know a…

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Puberty Blues

When I was in high school, my science class took a field trip to Griffith Park Observatory (the one in La La Land and Rebel Without a Cause). The highlight was the Planetarium Show: We leaned back and emitted a … Continue reading

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My Age of Anxiety

Conclusion: Life Beyond the Tunnel (To read Part One, click here) It would be nice, though less epic, if my story of anxiety had ended at year seven. It didn’t. But something had changed. I’d moved from trying to control my … Continue reading

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Invest Yourself

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