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  • Breaking Good

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Oct 12, 2013 Category: Articles

    With its final episode airing recently we heard an awful lot lately about Breaking Bad, a program that told the fictional story of a high school teacher and family man who becomes a vicious killer and cooker of meth. Like watching a car wreck we all have a morbid interest, to mix a metaphor, in moral crash landings. We click on the links that tell us of the atrocities committed by Muslims against their own Christian neighbors. Our ears perk up when the news reports about the Ohio daycare worker who committed unspeakable acts on her charge. We want to know, what could possibly make a person do such a thing? Keep Reading
  • How Are You Doing a Year After Your Daughter’s Passing?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Oct 05, 2013 Category: Articles

    It is never a good thing when the phone rings in the middle of the night. Neither is it a good thing when my phone rings in the middle of class, especially when the call is from home. I took the call. There was, understandably, some uncertainty on the other end of the line. I tore out of the classroom and into my car. I called my parents as I drove, tears distorting my view. My mother couldn't understand the words I struggled to say, "Shannon's gone." Keep Reading
  • Fairy Dust

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Sep 28, 2013 Category: Articles

    It was Arthur C. Clarke who posited this law: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. I disagree. The technology need not be advanced at all. The truth is that the sole reason we don't see the world all around us as magic is that we are jaded, too cool for the school of wonder. A little fire, a little sand, a little care, a little gentle blowing, and presto chango, we have glass. That's magic that we now watch at Founders' Days fairs. A little water, a little sluice box, more fire, a hammer and some nuance, and abracadabra, we have a golden ring. Keep Reading

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