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Has Christianity Changed?

Does being a Christian today mean something different than it did a twenty years ago? Fifty years ago? It definitely feels different. Of course, I wasn’t around fifty years ago so I can’t speak with absolute certainty, but it seems as though society valued Christianity then. Not that things were perfect fifty years ago. Let’s not forget how the dark …

Antwuan MaloneHas Christianity Changed?
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Book Review: The Happiness Advantage

Author: Shawn Achor Review by: Antwuan Malone Quick Take: The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work almost feels like it’s going to be a self-help, “the power is within you” kind of book, and maybe it is. But reading it helped me tremendously. Shawn proposes that happiness is not the product of success, …

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Is It Possible to Be Eternally Separated From God? | TQ.43

Hell is a sticky subject. For centuries the church has sold God as a loving being full of grace and mercy. And yet, equally consistent has been its message that Hell, a place of torment, is the eternal place for unbelievers. That eternal damnation awaits those who don’t make the right choice about God. Understandably, the two ideals create an …

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5 Insights from Noah (the movie)

There are quite a few naysayers (here, here, and here) out there concerning Darren Aronofsky’s latest work, Noah. Most of which are Christians who are outraged that the director did not take a straight-from-the-Bible approach to making the film, and others because of its storyline and themes. Some are not even calling it a “biblical” movie at all. I profoundly disagree. …

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Movie Review: Noah

Starring: Russel Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson | Directed by: Darren Aronofsky Adventure, Drama : Rated PG-13 Quick Take: If you’re looking for a warm and fuzzy story to share with your children, Darren Aronofsky’s Noah is not it. Aronofsky tells the story of Noah and the great flood with creative flair, beautiful cinematography, and an unapologetic humanism that floods …

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