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Speed Skaters Race with a Bigger Perspective

When U.S. speed skaters Trevor Marsicano and Chad Hedrick take the ice tonight in the men’s team pursuit, medals are only part of their pursuit.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • February 26, 2010 |
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Olympics: Faith Stirs Women's Bobsled Duo to "Work Stuff Out"

Erin Pac and Elana Meyers may be bobsled teammates, but they haven't always been the best of friends. Their shared commitment to the Lord has helped them overcome the obstacles in their relationship.

Lessons From The Downhill

Global Warming Alarmism Melts Down with Phil Jones's Admissions

Forget all you've heard about unprecedented global warming. One scientist's revelations have dealt a mortal wound to the case for manmade climate change.

  • Dr. E. Calvin Beisner |
  • February 26, 2010 |
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Fighting the Sex Trade with Jewelry: Worldview Gems

Some 230 years ago, Josiah Wedgwood designed a medallion featuring an African in chains to generate conversations about slavery. Today, two women are taking that principle to their jewelry business.

The Founders: How Christian Were They?

The battle over how Christian the founders were is likely to continue in Texas and across the country. The truth lies somewhere in between the two extremes.

  • Dr. Gary Scott Smith |
  • February 26, 2010 |
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In Praise of Small Churches

Abraham Lincoln once said of common folk, "God must have loved them; He made so many of them." The same can be said of small churches, but we seem to have forgotten that. Someone should put in a good word for the small church...

Falling on Deaf Ears? Why So Many Churches Hear So Little of the Bible

"It is well and good for the preacher to base his sermon on the Bible, but he better get to something relevant pretty quickly, or we start mentally to check out."

How Did You Become a Preacher?

Looking for great preachers, it would appear, was never on God's shopping list.

Christianity: Not for Pollyanna People

How to Become the Person You Want to Be

Pursuing certain accomplishments in life isn't nearly as important as becoming the person God created me to be. Here's how I can become The Me I Want to Be.

Mirroring the Master

Jesus initiated many relationships with the lost. When we cherish God's Word as Jesus did, it leads to conversations that venture below the surface to deeper spiritual issues.

NewsNote: Tiger Woods’ Buddhist Confession

Tiger Woods made a remarkable statement of confession. But the most remarkable aspect of his confession is its Buddhist shape. American Christians should look at those words with care.

Once Blind, Now He Sees: Miracle Stem Cell Cures

Russell Turnbull, who was nearly blind in one eye, has had his sight almost completely restored, thanks to a pioneering procedure using stem cells. Adult stem cells.

What is the Role of Faith in Global Warming Debates?

Does faith have a role in global warming debates? Yes, of course it does. It has a role in all debates. It provides the underlying worldview, the framework, and the axioms one brings to the investigation, predisposing one to give more or less weight and even attention to competing data claims and explanations.

  • Dr. E. Calvin Beisner |
  • February 23, 2010 |
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My Rumspringa

Pastor Joshua Harris' latest book "Dug Down Deep" unearths what Christians believe and why it matters. Read his opening pages of this 21st century guide to knowing Christ. You may never view superficial Christianity the same way again.

The Year's Best Preaching Books and the 2010 Preaching Book of the Year

Each year seems to bring new treasures to the preacher's bookshelf, and 2009 was no exception.

Pick Your Battles, Atheists: The Mother Teresa Stamp

If you hate religion so much that you can't bear to see a person like Mother Teresa honored, you need to take a hard look at your own worldview.

Haiti Judge Frees 8 of 10 Baptist Detainees

Judge Bernard Saint-Vil said two volunteers would not be freed. Laura Silsby, the group's leader, and her nanny are being kept for further investigation.

  • Baptist Press Staff |
  • February 19, 2010 |
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