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Is Christmas Reasonable?

God or no God? It all basically boils down to this question. Many worldviews exist and many philosophies pervade our culture, but they can all be reduced to this single question. Aristotle, the “Father of Logic,” a product of a pantheistic culture and a skeptic of...
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Simple Celebrations: The Twelve Days of Christmas

Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh ReadOriginal Post Date: December 5, 2011 In the bustle of Christmas, sometimes it is good to plan for simplicity. A couple of years ago, I wanted to be...
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On Dasher

A virgin conceived. A carpenter believed. Shepherds dutifully tended their flocks and angels joyfully followed their orders. God’s messengers made announcements from high in the heavens while a young couple made preparations in a lowly stable. A baby was born—rather...
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The Greatest Courtship in History

by Kate
Tuesday, 24 December, 2013
categories: Articles, Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
There is a story often told. It is a timeless story about the courtship between a good man and a gentle young woman. They marry. A family comes into being, into which a child is born. This is a story so often repeated in real time that its occurrences seem impossible...
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The Incarnation--The Right Time and the Right Place

At the time of Jesus’ coming, the world was roughly divided into two kinds of people—God’s chosen people,the Jews, and everyone else, the Gentiles. For hundreds of years, the Jews had been seeking the promised Messiah, but they looked in the wrong kinds of places for...
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