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Is There Anything Good About Pain?

Ouch! Your daughter snatches her finger back at the first prick of a rose. Eek! Your son jumps back the instant his bare feet touch your sunbaked deck. Our reflex response is a blessing, prompting us to withdraw at the first sign of trouble and preventing worse harm. Pain protects …

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Learning the Culture’s Language

Christian values, traditions, and terminologies that were once common knowledge have become a thing of the past. This book will help you understand how to effectively reach the lost with a message of salvation that makes sense. Recently, I’ve been increasingly using words like communication chasm millennial speak Greekized de-Greekized …

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“Natural Selection Is Evolution.”

Natural Selection from an Evolutionist Perspective National Geographic offers this definition of natural selection from an evolutionist perspective: The process by which genetic traits are passed on to each successive generation. Over time, natural selection helps species become better adapted to their environment. Also known as “survival of the fittest,” …

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Feedback: “You Were So Close!”

The April 2018 National Geographic is a special issue dedicated to “the complicated issue of race.” The cover story, “These Twins, One Black and One White, Will Make You Rethink Race,” features so-called “black and white” twins, Marcia and Millie Biggs. Ken Ham, president of Answers in Genesis, the Creation …

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Leaving Home . . . And God

Too many pillows are soaked by the tears of parents who have tried to be consistent, to keep their kids in church, and to raise them in obedience to God’s Word, only to see them leave home, leave church, and leave God. It hurts. Jude dealt with false teachers who …

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Can Public Libraries Carry Creation Resources?

It’s National Library Week here in America. With all the services they offer, from free Wi-Fi to resources on nearly every topic to kids’ reading programs and more, public libraries can be a tremendous resource for families and communities. But the majority of the science-related resources you will find in …

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The Puzzle of Pluto

Since it’s discovery in 1930, tiny Pluto has been a mystery. Lying at the edge of the solar system far from earth, Pluto is visible only with large telescopes. Even then, it appears as a small, faint speck (as a professional astronomer, I’ve seen Pluto only a few times). In …

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Transgender—Bringing Clarity to a Confused World

Strange stories are now commonplace in our daily headlines. You know them well: a child who was born a boy has “transitioned” to a girl (or vice versa). Now, the child is playing sports against girls and stacking up wins. The stories are still weird enough to merit prime placement …

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