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The Spirit of God dwells within human beings.

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In the game of “dueling texts” I will certainly lose when the topic of slavery is raised.

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Biblical texts can be used to prove a number of beliefs that today are considered by most people to be simply untrue.

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There is a game popular in some Christian circles in which I have at times been known to indulge.

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On this United Nations General Assembly designated International Holocaust Remembrance Day it is important to confront the challenge of what we believe it means to be truly human.

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I am driving listening to the radio.

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… what I know or… what I think I know?

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… what I know or… what I think I know?

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… what I know or… what I think I know?

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Reading The Book of Jonah as a Christian it is appealing to see a contrast, not only between Jonah and the nature of God, but also between Jonah and Jesus. I see at least four interesting comparisons.

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