from 2015

For almost a century, college football bowl games have been a New Year’s Day tradition in the United States. Here are five facts you should know about college football and bowl games: 1. In the late 1890s and early 1900s, football was such a brutal sport that many players died due to the injuries they

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Editor’s Note: We asked some of our staff members to share books they enjoyed reading this year. We hope this will give you ideas about what to read in the new year. Phillip Bethancourt The Road to Character by David Brooks In The Road to Character, New York Times Columnist David Brooks explores the important relationship

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Steven Harris sits down with Senator James Lankford to discuss the issue of life in our country, specifically the approach Christians should take when dealing with the issue of life in the womb and how to be involved in the political process.

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I have lived in the Nashville area for over ten years—from my early days of marriage into my current stage as a mom of two grade-schoolers. I haven’t had family living nearby during any of those years. My kids see their grandparents as much as possible, but I lack the pleasure of being able to

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It was once debated about what the next frontier of the culture war would be. Make no mistake, that answer is now apparent: Religious liberty. This is nothing less than tragic to our constitutional order. Only a few years removed from being a revered topic of consensus, religious liberty is now frequently scare quoted and

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If there is anything we Americans hold in common this Christmas, it is fear. I felt it creeping up my neck four weeks ago when my dad called me on the way to work. “Did you hear about San Bernardino?” I confessed I was behind on the news. “The Islamic State is here.”   That

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If there is anything we Americans hold in common this Christmas, it is fear. I felt it creeping up my neck four weeks ago when my dad called me on the way to work. “Did you hear about San Bernardino?” I confessed I was behind on the news. “The Islamic State is here.”   That

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We recently celebrated Thanksgiving, a holiday centered on giving thanks for all that we have. Since then, we’ve moved right into the Christmas season. Our neighbors are decking their halls and home with their Christmas best. The streets are lit with twinkling lights, and the stores are crowded with shoppers. The smell of baked goods

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