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Man Up or Man Down? Newsweek Redefines Masculinity

A healthy masculinity should motivate men to find their way in this new world of changed economic realities and work opportunities, and to do this while remaining men.

Discussing The Wisdom of Pixar with Robert Velarde

Which Pixar film is your favorite? Author Robert Velarde talks about the virtues (and vices) explored in each Pixar movie in this interview with Crosswalk.com.

Jesus … Single Like Me: Friendships That Don't Lead to Marriage

Should we not be friends with the opposite sex because we are not going to get married? No, this only means we have to have boundaries and communication. When we are open to God and his direction, we are open to the relationships he brings before us. All relationships first start with God and are for God.

  • Kris Swiatocho |
  • September 17, 2010 |
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Perfectly Paralyzed by Procrastination

A procrastinator, says Rick Warren, is nothing more than a frustrated perfectionist.

God and Football

Does football fanaticism qualify as idol worship? Yes, according to author-comedian, Chad Gibbs. Read an excerpt of his book, God & Football.

Discover the Map to the Path Great Men Walk

The Gospel of Matthew contains an ancient path that successful men from Bible times on have followed. Here's how you can access The Map: The Way of All Great Men.

The Tragedy of Tiger and Elin

More than anything else, divorce demonstrates the sacredness of marriage. The shattering of a family reveals the incredible bonds that were never meant to break...

Storytelling Slacks in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Gamers will understand the structure and hodgepodge approach to storytelling in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World—or so I'm told—but the rest of us, who demand a smidgeon of narrative and stylistic consistency, will wonder what this film has wrought.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 13, 2010 |
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Peace in Our Times

What will the worst of times mean for us? Will it bring the worst out of us? Or will it bring the best out of us?

  • Dr. Bill Lawrence |
  • August 10, 2010 |
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Escaping the Lies of Gambling Addiction

Sexual Jokes Coarsen Dinner for Schmucks

Dinner for Schmucks, a remake of the French farce The Dinner Game, expands on the original in many ways that improve the story, but it adds a heavy dose of sexual content that prevents the film from being easily recommendable.

The Christian Atheist

The Christian Atheist, by recovering Christian Atheist Craig Groeschel, is an honest, hard-hitting and eye-opening look into the ways people believe in God but live as if he doesn't exist. Groeschel's own journey will immerse you and challenge you into a deeper, Christ-filled life. Read an excerpt.

Painful Experiences are Part of the Plan

The greatest weakness God’s man can have is being unaware of weaknesses. But God's plan is to use the very things we want to keep secret or hidden.

Titus: Live Like a Man, Lead like Men, Pt. II

Who owns you? Whose slave are you? Who is your master?

Honoring My Wife... and Stressed Out

A reader asks 48Days.com founder, Dan Miller, if he should stick with the job that makes him miserable at his wife's request.

How Sorry Are You… Really?

A man who had an affair angrily asks his wife, "How long do I have to pay for what I did?" When is a person's apology "enough?" What are some things we can look for to identify a truly repentant heart?

Small Choices, Big Ripples

God's man follows the voice of the Holy Spirit as instinctually as animals trust their "fight-or-flight" mechanism.

The End of Men? — A Hard Look at the Future

As Hanna Rosin argues in The Atlantic, "Man has been the dominant sex since, well, the dawn of mankind. But for the first time in human history, that is changing—and with shocking speed."

Caped Crusaders Championed in Superman on Earth: Reflections of a Fan

Author and pastor Gary Robinson, who grew up infatuated with Superman, and remains intrigued with the superhero genre even into his fifties, has recently written Superman on Earth: Reflections of a Fan, a book on his life and times with this uniquely American aspect of pop culture.

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