The food we eat—or do not eat—daily kills 11 million of us prematurely every year. So then, what should we eat?
How did the phrase “time is money” come to steal the true meaning of time? Time is not money. It is life.
For many, religious extremism brings to mind images of terrorism and violence in distant places—but for Tara Westover, the extremism was found far closer to home
The tension between a loving God and earthly pain is one that has confounded many—but there are a group of people who have dedicated themselves to providing answers and clearing up misconceptions.
When the founders of the Loma Linda University Medical Center in California laid the foundation, their purpose was somewhat paradoxical. Christians to the bone,...
Cryptocurrency and blockchain assets are being touted by many as the future of the internet. But there's a darker side to their utopian dreams which is already present if you know where to look.
When you discover that the only thing you have left is faith in God, you fervently wish that your faith doesn’t end up poisoning your soul.
Science and religion are often painted as being in opposition, but this isn't always the case. Alina Kartman explains how one can help to further understand the other
Jesus is known as a man of righteousness and goodness. . . but what were the people he surrounded himself with like
For many, the announcement of ABBA's imminent reuinion album brought a wave of nostalgia—but is the constant pining for the way things work actually a harmful attitude to have?
The IPCC's latest report on Climate Change spells bad news for everybody on Earth. Alina Kartman explains why we should take it seriously.
Understanding the Afghanistan crisis in all its history and complexity is needed more than ever before—the lack thereof likely being factors that brought the world to this point.
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