Monthly Archives: March 2017

Without Luther, There Would Be No Bach By Bethany Jenkins

Martin Luther never met Johann Sebastian Bach. The two Germans were born more than 200 years apart. But without Luther, there would have been no Bach. At 48 years old, when Bach received a copy of Luther’s translation of the … Continue reading

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Brain Scientists: ‘Learning Styles’ Like Auditory, Visual, And Kinesthetic Are Bunk By Joy Pullmann

While nearly 90 percent of Americans think people have unique learning styles — the best known are labeled auditory, visual, and kinesthetic — cognitive research has steadily debunked the idea over time. To mark Brain Awareness Week this month, 30 internationally respected … Continue reading

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Thinking Differently About The Dark Ages

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The Shack — The Missing Art of Evangelical Discernment By Al Mohler

The publishing world sees very few books reach blockbuster status, but William Paul Young’s The Shack has now exceeded even that. The book, originally self-published by Young and two friends, has now sold more than 10 million copies and has … Continue reading

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This Court Case Proves Why the Oxford Comma is Valuable By Zamira Rahim

Never again should the Oxford Comma’s power be doubted. The comma is an optional one that is used before an ‘and’ or ‘or’ at the end of a list. It’s surprisingly controversial online, with its uses or lack of them … Continue reading

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Monday’s Church/State Battle By Craig Parshall

On Monday, March 20th, federal Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s nominee to replace the late Antonin Scalia on the United States Supreme Court, is slated to face questioning from the U.S. Senate during his confirmation hearing. Among other topics, his … Continue reading

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Who Was Saint Patrick and Should Christians Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? By Stephen Nichols

from Mar 16, 2017 When it comes to Saint Patrick, the true story is even more exciting than the legend and the myth. The facts are far better than the fable. This day that belongs to St. Patrick has become … Continue reading

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