Columnists
Nathalie Fernandez

Choices

People who know me know I hate making choices. I use my job as a convenient excuse. You see, I teach. And every second of

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Confession
Religion
Nathalie Fernandez

The Treasure of Sin?

Some of us (me definitely included) fall into despair sometimes when we believe that we are too damned. We detest sin — as we all

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Life
Theresa Curley

Instantly Now

Once upon a time — that is how all the old stories start.  And they do have a certain inkling of romance attached to them

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Apologetics
Nick Chui

How does His dying save me?

The following was a response to an inquirer who was troubled by the Christian language of Jesus’ saving death. How is it possible that God

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Christ Appearing to Mary Magdalen as a Gardener
Columnists
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Sin, Slavery, and Identity

“Abuse (and the trauma that results from it) causes not only the anxiety of meaninglessness and the anxiety of guilt, but also the anxiety of

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Life
Editor

Bags of Water

By guest writer Jason K. From a purely scientific point of view, we are all slightly-discolored bags of water, contaminated with a smattering of minerals

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Columnists
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Being in Relationship with God

An Anglican friend told me that she does not bother to cultivate deep friendships with non-Christians—although she certainly treats them civilly and shares the Gospel

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Msgr Georges Lemaître
Apologetics
Thomas Clements

A Scientific Approach to God

It is said that the most popular theory for the beginning of time and space is the Big Bang. This is the theory which states

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Life
Thomas Clements

The Good News About Suffering

We are surrounded by human suffering. Many people are hurting in today’s world. Some suffering is horrific and some minor, but every kind can be

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