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Bringing the Devil to Bible study

10.30. 2015 Posted By: Jessica Schrock Ringenberg

This morning was a first: I wheeled a woman dressed in a witch costume into Bible study at the local nursing home. She giggled when I walked into her room. I could tell she felt kind of rebellious wearing her Halloween costume to Bible study. She then asked, “Should I bring my little [toy] Devil […]

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Discarding the theological trans-fats

6.24. 2015 Posted By: Rafael Barahona

In a report published on June 17, in the journal PLOS One, researchers announced that eating any amount of trans-fats, or hydrogenated oils in foods, affects and wreaks havoc on the memory. Artificial trans-fats which are partially hydrogenated oils, are destroying our memory, and the Food and Drug Administration will require that they be removed […]

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Awe, Air Shows and Thunderbird Evangelism

9.18. 2011 Posted By: Tim Nafziger

This weekend has seen the death of 10 people in two different crashes at air shows. My own experience at the Chicago Air and Water show this summer has had me reflecting on this cultural phenomenon and its importance to U.S. patriots. If you want to skip the philosophical background, you can jump to the […]

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