The "Mandela Effect" and the Bible

The "Mandela Effect" and the Bible

There’s an observed psychological phenomenon used to describe and explain how large numbers of people can actually “misremember” historic events.
I actually think the same can be applied to what some believe in is the Bible.

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What Happens "At the End of the Day?"

What Happens "At the End of the Day?"

After watching the independent film, “At the End of the Day,” I wanted to express some thoughts, and hopefully expose the movie to those who might not know about it.

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Challenging Opinions

Challenging Opinions

Too often in discussions, especially about controversial topics, it becomes less about provable facts and more a battle of personal opinions.

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Echoes of a Bomb

Echoes of a Bomb

On Sept. 15, 1963, a bomb went off during Sunday services at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. Born and raised not far from where it happened, I was 10 years old at the time, and remember the day vividly. Today, as I reflect on this horrific tragedy, I'm aware the explosion that killed four young girls continues to have an impact today. 

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Blankets & Brooms: The Problem of Generalizations

Blankets & Brooms: The Problem of Generalizations

Sweeping generalities and blanket stereotypes are easy, not requiring serious deliberation, interaction or engagement. Such assessments are dismissive and offensive. They can be hurtful.  Not to mention, they’re usually not accurate.

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My Problem with "All Lives Matter"

My Problem with <i>"All Lives Matter"</i>

After seeing and hearing the phrase "All Lives Matter" in response to Black Lives Matter, I needed to determine why it bothered me.

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