Far and away, most people believe that their admittance into Heaven is based on their good deeds, or their avoidance of particular sins, or a combination of the two. New…
In 2017, Jay Austin and Lauren Geoghegan were living in Washington, D.C. wondering if their lives were slipping away without fulfillment. So, the young and idealistic Americans decided to quit their jobs, jump on their bikes, and go see the world.
But it can be tough out there.
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Most people can distinguish between right and wrong. They form values based on laws, rules, or some kind of objective sense of morality. But not Bertrand Russell.
Nope, this atheist’s discernment of right and wrong was based on something far more fickle.
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In life, bad stuff happens. Sometimes, even really bad stuff happens. And from time to time, outright evil strikes our lives. It leaves us asking “Why?” in a desperate search for answers. But we must be leery of some of the answers we’re offered.
Like this one from atheist, Richard Dawkins.
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When getting dressed, there are a few keys to remember. For instance, make sure your socks match. Also, be careful you don’t skip any loops with your belt. And always – I mean always – double check your zipper!
But there’s one other key to getting dressed…and this one can teach us a lot about life, in general.
Answering trivia questions, amongst friends, in a living room, is one thing. Answering trivia questions, against competitors, on a nationally-televised game show, with money on the line, is something altogether different.
Thomas Hurley III learned that difference the hard way.