Monthly Archives: June 2009

Christian Belief through the Lens of Cognitive Science, Part 5

How Viral Ideas Hook Us Did you know that Temple Baptist Church was built on land that sold for 57 cents, the amount saved by a little girl that had been turned away from their Sunday school?   Did you hear … Continue reading

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Christian Belief Through the Lens of Cognitive Science, Part 4

The Born-Again Experience “. . . I prayed harder and just then I felt like everything I was saying was being sucked into a vacuum.  When I stood up, I felt like thin air; I had to brace myself.  I … Continue reading

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Christian Belief Through the Lens of Cognitive Science, Part 3

I Know Because I Know On a warm afternoon in June, two men have appointments with a psychiatrist.  The first has been dragged to the office by his wife, much to his irritation.  He is a biologist who suffers from … Continue reading

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My Abortion Baby

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George Tiller–physician, abortion provider, Lutheran, husband, father, grandfather–was shot and killed yesterday in the lobby of his church.  He was killed after years of harassment and threats, bombing of his clinic, even being shot in both arms.  And yet he … Continue reading

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