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Man of Steel Movie: Got hope?

"What's the 'S' stand for?" Lois Lane asks Superman in the new movie.  "It's not an 'S'," responds the Man of Steel.  "On my world, it means 'hope'." A symbol of hope for humanity: That's how Man of Steel portrays the legendary hero. There's plenty of action and drama: General Zod, a villain from Krypton, warns Superman, "Surrender within...

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Jesus is Unique
Jesus is Unique

When you look at the person of Christ, what stands out? How is Jesus any different from other religious and historical leaders? To some, Jesus is a mortal prophet; to others, a moral and religious man. And yet, to Christians, Jesus is God in the flesh. Josh McDowell shares his conversation with a university Philosophy professor who challenged the...

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The Bible: Reliable?
The Bible: Reliable?

The Bible is heralded as a wonderful and sacred text by both Christians and non-Christians alike; but, is it reliable? Are the Scriptures really the word of God? What details do archeological pursuits unearth, and how do they shed light into the validity and reliability of Scripture? In this video series, Josh McDowell presents several key points...

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Misconceptions
Misconceptions

Is the Christian faith blind faith?  On the surface, faith and reason may seem to be two drastically opposed ideas; to have "Faith" means to forego reason, and being "reasonable" means one can not have faith. Josh McDowell explains the importance of reason and rationality in light of the Christian faith. He shares his journey, as a young and doubtful...

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What is Truth?
What is Truth?

What is truth to you?  Is the bible always truth? Does truth change day to day according to circumstances? Back in the day when they thought the world was flat, that was truth, but in reality the world was not flat at all This is what Josh says in the video: “Then let me ask you a question.  When people believed the earth was flat, was it...

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Top Books to Read Before it’s Too Late!
Top Books to Read Before it's Too Late!

Lately we've talked a lot about great books for summer reading, first in our A Few Good Reads video discussion, and then in our Summer Reading post. Now we want to hear from you: What books do you recommend? There are plenty of "best" lists out there, but any such list will be incomplete. For one thing, what criteria would be used for such a list?...

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