A Woman Changed by Grace

Some place very busy, some age modern, there was a woman who woke alone on Christmas Day. She was in her car. When she lifted her

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How A Scientist Sees God in Nature

St. Bonaventure described in his essay “The Mind’s Road to God,” a proto-scientific process for the acquisition of knowledge about the natural world. He explained

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Pecan Pie Protestantism

My grandmother used to bake one pecan pie a year using her own pecans from her own tree, which she guarded with her own rifle.

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Fr. Stanley Jaki on the Fátima Miracle

It could have been a sun spot, an air lens, some turbulent clouds, or maybe even eye tricks. The skeptic Benjamin Radford, deputy editor of Skeptical Inquirer science magazine

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