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Regis Nicoll is a Centurion of The Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He spent 30 years as a nuclear specialist, and is now a freelance writer who writes on current issues from a Christian perspective. His work regularly appears on BreakPoint online and SALVO magazine among other places. Regis also teaches and speaks on a variety of worldview topics, covering everything from Sharing the Gospel in a Postmodern Generation to String Theory. He currently serves as lay pastor of Hamilton Anglican Fellowship (www.hamiltonaf.org) in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
A Christmas Story

Have you ever wished that life had a rewind button, one that you could press to run back the tape and edit out something you had done: a thoughtless comment or impetuous act that, whether deliberate or not, was hurtful to someone? I have, for more reasons than I care to admit. But there is one thing that, after decades, haunts me to this day, every time I watch “A Christmas Story.”

Is Heaven Worth it?

Is heaven worth a world where 20 children are the victims of a madman's shooting spree?

What Should We Learn from the Election?

Throughout the presidential campaign, people everywhere were saying that this election was the most important in our nation’s history. And it was—not primarily because of what it means about our nation’s future, but, more importantly, what it tells us about our national soul.

The Tyranny of Reproductive "Justice"

When others are forced to pay for protecting me against consequences I find undesirable for behaviors I’ve willingly chosen, it’s robbery.

Politicizing God

Some thoughts about using "God" for political gain...

Can You Handle the Truth?

Our culture has made a mother's womb the most dangerous place on the planet.

The Greater Mysteries

What happens when we die? It’s a question that presses upon the human imagination. And Christians are no exception.

Can a Christian Judge AND Love?

A meme has been circulating in the Christian community for some time now. It’s the curious notion that making judgments about the behaviors and lifestyles of others is unchristian.

Hearing God

How do you know when you've heard from God? It's an important question. In fact, there is no question more important for Christians.

Why'd They Go and Do That?

Why does the current administration seem to feel the need to attack religion?

Transforming the Church

I have come to believe that the most urgent business of the Church is not the evangelization of the lost, as important as that is, but the re-evangelization of the saved...

Be a Wilberforce!

Today, 27 million people are enslaved around the world -- more than the sum total of victims during five centuries of European slave trade. What can you do? Read on...

The Legacy of Wilberforce, Part 3

Under the leadership of William Wilberforce, the British slave economy ended, emancipation was won, and compassion became fashionable, all within the span of 50 years. Individually, these accomplishments were remarkable; collectively, they were breathtaking...

The Legacy of Wilberforce, Part 2

In the United States, the end of slavery came after a hundred years of abolitionism culminated in a war that claimed over 600,000 lives, while Great Britain achieved the same result in half the time and without a bloody conflict. What made the difference?

The Legacy of Wilberforce, Part 1

Want to know how the moral conviction of one person can change the culture of a whole nation?

Telling God's Story

A story that Christians should be telling “in season and out of season,” through their lips and their lives.

’Tis the Season

It’s that time of year again! The weeks -- no, months -- of preparations for the Event reached febrile proportions just a few weeks ago...

The Riddle of Reality -- Conclusion

When we plunge down the rabbit hole of reality, what we discover is weirder than we ever could have imagined.

The Riddle of Reality , Part 2

It has been said that all politics is local. Not so, in the microcosm of elementary particles...

The Riddle of Reality, Part 1

From ages past, men have wrestled with the nature of reality: specifically, whether reality, at its root, is the cosmic stew of matter and energy, the ethereal stuff of mind and spirit, or some combination thereof.

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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