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The life of Neil Armstrong

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Atheist turned Christian

By J. Gerald Harris “When I began to think about the logical conclusion of atheism,” Richard Suplita, a psychology lecturer at the University of Georgia, reflected, “I asked myself, ‘Is it really all about nothing?’ and realized that I could … Continue reading

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Testimony of a Nuclear Scientist

by Robert Faid We can deny God and make fun of those who believe in Him—but what’s our response when He confronts us personally? Even though I had always gone to church with my family, I was an agnostic. A … Continue reading

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A story of a man’s conversion to Christianity

To many who know me, this testimony may seem to be only a fleeting phase. I admit that I have undergone many transformations in the past few years. I have gone from a former would-be minister, to volatile adolescent, to … Continue reading

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Does evolution say the opposite to the Bible?

Is it possible to believe in evolution and still be a Christian? If being a Christian means believing that the Bible is the authentic, trustworthy Word of God and that Christ is our Creator and Savior, the answer is “No.” … Continue reading

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Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein was born at Ulm, in Württemberg, Germany, on March 14, 1879. Six weeks later the family moved to Munich, where he later on began his schooling at the Luitpold Gymnasium. Later, they moved to Italy and Albert continued … Continue reading

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