Born that Man No More May Die
Author: Lynn McCoy

When Harry Chapin led the crowd in singing a Christmas carol, this young Jewish woman found herself crying unexpectedly.

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God Squad II
October 24, 2012
Topics: sports, eternal life
Author: Matt Sieger

The San Francisco Giants host the Detroit Tigers in the first game of the World Series tonight. The Giants starter, Barry Zito, came to faith in Jesus last year, and at least five other Giants—Ryan Vogelsong, Angel Pagan, Brandon Belt, Jeremy Affeldt, and Santiago...

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The Hope of Eternal Life
July 5, 2012
Author: Lynn McCoy

Editor’s note: I was wondering what articles to include in this month’s edition that deals more than usual with the sensitive topic of hell, when I came across this article. I hope it encourages you as it did me. A few months ago, Carol, a Jewish woman...

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Marking Time for a Happy New Year
December 1, 2009
Author: David Brickner

In His infinite wisdom, the eternal God marked time and counted the days as He created this world. He is not bound by time, but we, His creation, are. Think of the movies depicting prisoners locked away in solitary confinement or castaways stranded on a desert island....

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Fragile Invincibility
November 1, 2006
Author: David Brickner

I am beginning this article in a hospital waiting room. It is August. Susan Perlman, my close colleague, First Assistant and very dear friend is undergoing surgery to remove a tumor that is probably malignant—20 years after having survived a bout with cancer. No...

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Heaven Wanted to Wait!
Author: Milton Kohut

I should have died. At 2:45 p.m. on May 25, 1979, Flight 191 lifted off the runway at O’Hare International Airport. Within minutes the jumbo DC-10, headed from Chicago to Los Angeles and crammed to capacity with 273 passengers and personnel, plunged to earth in...

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