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A Christian Perspective on the World Today
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When my siblings and I were young, we used to eat at the rate of snails. As we sat around the dinner table, we’d...
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The Compass That Guides Us Home

Years ago, my friends and I got lost hiking. As we trudged through the bush, every tree appeared eerily similar to the last, causing...
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Six Habits That Are Killing Your Relationships

"Catch for us the foxes, the little foxes that ruin the vineyards” (Song of Solomon 2:15). These were the loving words of Solomon, king...
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The “Men’s Shed Solution” For Male Loneliness

Enter the The Woodwork and Craft Club in southeast Queensland and you’ll see piles upon piles of wood and wooden goods—finished, unfinished and not...
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Growing up, a fixture of my childhood was the iconic Aussie summer. I spent many of my early years either indoors with the air conditioning turned up full-blast, or swimming in our local watering hole. The scorching sun was a constant, with days of humid weather on the east...
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Is It Time To Cancel Christmas?

About 20 per cent of US retail sales happen around Christmas. Perhaps, economically at least, this news would be positive, if it were not...
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“Remember When?”

Families and friends share memories all the time: “You’ll never guess”, “How was your day?”, and “Do you remember when?” are rich daily fodder. Sharing...
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Ultra-rich Silicon Valley tech magnate Bryan Johnson has been regularly having transfusions of his own son’s blood plasma in an effort to live longer. The treatments are expensive and are essentially still being trialled. A BBC Radio 4 podcast called The Immortals details how a group of people, mostly billionaires,...
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Bible Echoes Through A Broken Stone

A black basalt stone found in the desert of Jordan has an inscription with the earliest known use of the name of Yahweh (one...
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An Ancient Story With A Different Ending

The story was told in ancient times of a God who acted quite out of character when compared with most of the other gods...
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Last September, on a vacation trip to the Philippines, I had two incredible experiences, both of them taking place in the span of a single week. The first was meeting an online friend I had been talking to for several months. We met up at a mall and spent...
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Debunking the Ticking Clock

*Disclaimer: though the data presented in this article is scientifically backed, every person’s experience is different. Science on fertility is emerging and many factors...
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The Resolution Solution

The new year has come and many of us desire to start fresh again with new hope or maybe a recycled dream from last...
The generally accepted scientific theory of origins may be usefully regarded as having two components—one concerning life’s beginning and the second concerning subsequent development. Processes of chemical evolution are thought to have produced the primordial cell and hence the first life-forms. This theory suggests that organic molecules formed from...
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CHATBOT, YOUR LIMITLESS FRIEND

Imagine your life helped by an all-knowing, tireless, personalised assistant and, more so, one that is free. Let’s say it comes in a chat...
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Just how close are humans and chimpanzees?

Chimpanzees and humans are very similar, but is that a sign of a common ancestor or something else?
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The patron saint of Ireland is a legendary figure and all around the world on March 17 he’s celebrated by those who claim Irish heritage. But who was he really? And do the legends stack up to the facts?
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Signs Radio podcast gets a makeover

The first episode of Signs Radio for 2024 will include a significant departure from what you're used to, if you're a long-time listener.
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Aliens We Have Heard on High

We all love clickbait, whether we like to admit it or not. That’s probably one of the reasons you flicked to this article (gotcha!)....