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Helping Syrian Christians

Iraq refugee

In all the confusion over the Syrian refugee crisis, one thing is clear: Christians are targets of genocide. Yet our government refuses to acknowledge it. A week after the ISIS-directed attacks in Paris, Christians are uncertain, even divided, over what …

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The Scarlet DNA? Genetics and infidelity


One of the most acclaimed novels of all time, “Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy, deals with the all-too-human failure of infidelity. Tolstoy painstakingly draws out the circumstances and consequences of his characters’ failings. And he delves into the interior life …

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The story behind the Navy hymn

Navy hymn

It’s one of the most famous hymns in Christendom: “Eternal Father Strong to Save.” It’s often called “the Navy hymn” because it’s sung at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis.  But how many of us know the story behind this …

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