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The Absolute Necessity of Easter

Death is all around us.

You’ve probably noticed that all living things on earth die.

First, there’s our bodies.

Our bodies are mortal–they age, get sick, are frail, and are subject to disease, to suffering, and to accidents. 698 more words

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The Good in Good Friday

I remember wondering to myself as a kid, “Why do they call Good Friday, good?   It’s the day they killed Jesus!”

To my childish mind, it wasn’t a good day but the worst day. 571 more words

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The Appalling Treatment of Brendan Eich

Mozilla, the non-profit corporation behind the popular browser Firefox, recently promoted Brendan Eich to CEO.

Mr. Eich had risen through the ranks, and had both pioneered and produced many features we enjoy today in computing. 569 more words

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Shared Identity

God not only gives individuals a new identity.

He creates a new group composed of all those who share in this new identity–open to all races, genders, nationalities, cultures, and languages. 551 more words

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Writer's Block Unblocked

I find myself in a curious position:   not much in the well, not much passion for writing the last month.

Several explanations come to mind. 576 more words

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One Year Later...

What a difference a year makes!

I’ve been thinking about the long journey I’ve been on, of helping my aged parents navigate their way through serious illness, lasting disability, and an unwelcome but necessary move. 563 more words

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Ukrainian Tragedy

Sometimes the hardest people to get along with are our closest neighbors.

That’s true of people.  And that’s true of nations as well, if history is any guide. 890 more words

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