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I grew up believing what my brothers told me: that if you touch a toad, you’ll get warts. That drinking coffee stunts your growth. I believed some whoppers about God too. Here are three of them.

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Oxford Dictionary has recently released its short list for the 2016 “word of the year”. They included words like “coulrophobia” (fear of clowns), “Brexiteer,” “adulting,” and “alt-right.” From the short list, emerged the most important new word for 2016: “post-truth”. According to Oxford, “post-truth” means “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are…

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I was a young Christian when a friend told me that the Bible was probably just made up by people who took advantage of gullible people. He went on to tell me that, with the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Bible had been thoroughly discredited. Since I was a new Christian, I knew…

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As many of the readers of this blog will already know, Back to the Bible Canada is making 2015 a year of stressing the need for evangelism. “I Will Tell,” taken from Psalm 78:4, expresses the necessity of the proclamation of the gospel. But wherever the gospel is proclaimed, Christians need to be able to…

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