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The Golgotha Equation – An Exchange of Nothing

Do you ever think about the idea of ‘nothing’? Men apparently struggled in the early days about how to deal with it, especially when it came to numbers. The philosophical reality of nothing had always existed, but people debated about … Continue reading

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‘What About Easter?’ A Rhetorical Question?

There are times that bring a deep and compelling urge to say something profound—like when we first behold our newborn child, or when we gaze at some astounding natural phenomenon like the Grand Canyon for the first time, or when … Continue reading

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Connecting with Atheists

It’s Easter Monday, and I have a confession to make.  Prior to Easter’s arrival, I saw a news account regarding billboards in different parts of the country declaring in one way or another that the accounts of Jesus and His … Continue reading

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Nothing Much Burning This Year

This is ‘Holy Week’.  The most significant events on the church calendar are celebrated this week, beginning with Palm Sunday and culminating with the highlight of it all, Easter morning.  Christians all over the world have geared up to memorialize … Continue reading

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