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Questions from an Athiest spacer Questions from an Athiest
BY: Denis Haack
One of the selections Christopher Hitchens includes in his The Portable Atheist is from A Farewell to God by Charles Templeton. In it, Templeton raises a series of probing questions; the sort of questions which are often raised when belief in God is discussed.

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Tea Experience (Parenthetical Attempts at Being Honest) spacer Tea Experience (Parenthetical Attempts at Being Honest)
BY: Brian Watkins
I had a “God moment.” A moment where I felt God. The kind of moment that someone will bring up at church or in my small group and I’ll secretly think “yeah right, who is this wacko, can’t they see that some weird synapse has just fired in their tiny little brain, and they are blaming it on a divine source, saying that they ‘felt’ God.

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The Joy of Bees spacer The Joy of Bees
BY: Margie Haack
No one knows what’s caused this bee pandemic. It could be stress, an unknown virus, pesticides, or a combination of many things. The bees they do find and dissect from infected hives are full of mites and sick with every infection known to bee-dom. It’s as if their immune system is utterly collapsed and they have a kind of bee AIDS.

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To Be Where You Are spacer To Be Where You Are
BY: Margie Haack
The word gave me a little thrill, like finding an arrowhead in the sand, or an unclaimed piece of chocolate torte on the counter. Could this be God talking to me? I like to be blessed. I like a hand on my head with authority saying, “I bless you, extravagantly, lavishly.”

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Bird Feeders spacer Bird Feeders
BY: Denis Haack
It’s hard to “let life pause.” Expect plenty of criticism—some of the most scathing from Christians—if you decide to cultivate this grace. And, for those who would like to cultivate it, I have a simple, practical suggestion: get a bird feeder.

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