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The Incorrigible David Berlinski

O.k., four caveats lest I get pegged as “anti-scientific” for this post: (1) I love science and read as much of it as I can; (2) I took top science honors in my high school class of 665 students; (3) I was an engineering major in college before answering the call to pastoral ministry, so I do know some math, chemistry, and physics; and (4) I cringe when lovers of the Bible misread it (or over read it), as they clearly did in… 148 more words

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Possible First-Century Fragment of Mark’s Gospel Discovered on Mummy Mask

In 2012, Dan Wallace dropped a bombshell during a debate with Bart Ehrman. Ehrman had pointed out that our earliest copy of Mark’s Gospel is dated 140 years after the Gospel was first written. 107 more words

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Canton boys bowling team topples field at Ladywood Holiday Tournament

Host Canton’s boys bowling team captured the title at Saturday’s Ladywood Holiday Tournament held at Super Bowl.

The Chiefs toppled 3,770 pins – 2,906 during the three-game individual series and 864 during Baker Game competition – to out-distance runner-up New Boston Huron Red (3,581). 261 more words

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HNT 2014 All-Area Football Honorable Mention Selections

HOME NEWS TRIBUNE 2014 ALL-AREA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION

Bishop Ahr: Andrew Brazicki, Dane Lupton, James Robinson, Justin Abd, Marcus Adeniyi; Carteret: Tim Irving, Sean Hailey, Nelson Baez, Justin Taylor; Colonia: Chase Barneys, Brandon Ribeiro, James Corbett, Anthony Nystrom, Ryan Petti, Mike Quinn, Terrell Lamb, Brandon Haines; Dunellen: Paul Appleton, Jamie Desmelyk, Ryan McCann, Jorge Galvez; East Brunswick: Tom Lanzano, Sam Walker, Aiden Werder, Brandon Tomori, Kyle Wiggins; Joe Chetta; Aaron McSweeney; Edison: Haaziq Daniels, Jakai Evans, Andre Yates, Isaiah Hunt, Reilly Gonzalez; Highland Park: Kamuron Akyol, Nasir Boykins, Luke Schroader, Dylan Boynton, Cameron Petkov; J.F. 201 more words

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Gilder leads Carteret into CJG3 football final

As a four-year starter at free safety, Carteret High School’s Brandon Gilder has always made his presence felt on defense.

But with the Ramblers being a run-oriented team out of the I formation, the senior, who has also starred at wide receiver the past three seasons, has had less opportunity to make a consistent impact on offense. 1,214 more words

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