Monthly Archives: May 2015

From what area code does this call originate?

Kym Ackerman left her dental appointment in Flagstaff, Arizona with a numinous feeling of wonder. On an X-ray of her left-side molars, she had just seen the image of Jesus. According to The Huffington Post, Ackerman explained that her mother … Continue reading

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Safe on the other side of the impossible

Malcolm Gladwell, author of David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants, retold the story of David and Goliath for a TED talk in 2013. He told his audience that over the course of writing his book … Continue reading

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Escape from the “Big Me” culture

New York Times columnist David Brooks recently released a new book titled The Road to Character (Random House). In an interview for Christianity Today with Jeff Haanen of the Denver Institute for Faith & Work, Brooks talked about what he … Continue reading

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Creation’s biggest risk and its biggest reward

God paints on a big canvas. Traveling across our average-sized galaxy at the speed of light would take approximately 100,000 years. And the universe holds an estimated one hundred billion such galaxies. Some physicists believe that the universe itself is … Continue reading

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The most daring and imaginative artist ever

Creation is a work of art, and as with any work of art, as we immerse ourselves in it, we learn something about ourselves. But we also learn something about the Artist. We learn that he is creative. He is, … Continue reading

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