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Never Stop Learning

With the rising cost of tuition, books and living expenses, going back to college is no easy feat. However, with the advent of technology and the expansion of cheaper alternatives, finding a way to learn has never been easier. Foreign language In this day and age, neither classroom experience nor Rosetta Stone is your only […]

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The Grand Design of Life: Evolution’s Worst Enemy

How life – which is marked by astonishing complexity and intricate design mechanisms all working together in an invisible harmony – began is considered the “mystery of mysteries” for secular theorists. The properties required for life – even in a single cell – are so uniquely complex that no super machines made by man can […]

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The Wonder of Time

Human experience is marked with by time. There are popular expressions such as “racing against time” or “running out of time” that are familiar figures of speech. We are connected to time, because it gives an order to life that depends on a beginning and an end with intervals of time trapped in between. Every […]

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From Abuse to Acceptance

Whenever I share my story with others, I’m inevitably asked how I’ve managed to persevere in spite of the many difficulties I’ve experienced, especially in my faith. I was raised in an abusive home, by a silent mother who never wanted me and an angry father who struggled with mental health issues. I bear the […]

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Jesus & the American Dream

Many American believers find themselves struggling with integrating their faith and their culture at times. This is especially true when it comes to the idea of success, ambition and goals in their lives. Culture influences everyone including Christians. Every American is indoctrinated in the concept of the “American Dream,” as well as in capitalism early […]

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The State of Real Estate

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past five years, you know that our economy and real estate market have been tumultuous in recent times. It seems that every state has its own story about the current real estate market, and while this article will focus mainly on South Florida, you may […]

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First Things First

  “If you don’t know where your starting point is, then how do you know where you are or where you are going?” A similar statement was made by the Alabama Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Judge Roy Moore, who famously took on the ACLU when he prominently displayed a two-and-a-half ton granite monument […]

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Young Earth – Part 3

Question: Are there evidences for young earth that can easily be observed?  This month’s article is the last of the three part series on evidences for a young earth. Last month, we focused on exposing the underlying fallacy of slow and gradual change in terms of millions and billions of years. It was concluded that […]

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College Survival Guide

College can be a fun, exciting, and adventurous time; however, it can also have its scary moments as well. You will inevitably get lost around campus, be unprepared for a pop quiz, and have issues with your roommate – but it doesn’t have to always be that way. Here are a few tips to help […]

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A Promise of Life That Delivered Death

Oh, how the cunning serpent slithered his way into the hearts of Adam and Eve! He made a promise of life, to “be like God,” but he could not deliver on his promise (See Genesis 3:2-8). The life the devil promised lead only to death . . . it always has and it always will. […]

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