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It’s summer! As a college student, these are a precious few months. Hence many months ago, I lined up my summer plans. It included working for an...

 

I was recently speaking with a friend who knows that I am a Christian studying math at a well-known research university. In our conversation, he...

 

Well-known pastor and author Chuck Swindoll, tells the story of an experiment that was conducted a few years ago by psychologist Ruth W. Berenda and...

 

On our last program we finished examining seven parables recorded in Matthew 13. There are seven parables in the heart of the Gospel according to...

 

I recently saw a science experiment that demonstrated what happens when balloons are brought into contact with fire. A balloon was first filled with...

 

Editor's Note: The following post is from Constantine Kulakov. He is a student at Washington Adventist University. We are pleased to welcome him as a...

 

I’m thinking of a number: Its digits add up to 7. Like 61 (6+1=7) or 232 (2+3+2=7). It has two digits. Like 12 or 95. It’s a perfect square--that is,...

 

Why did Jesus refer to himself as the Son of Man instead of plainly stating that He was the Son of God? I would like to suggest that we take a closer...