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    by Doug Bratt
    Larry Taunton wrote a book entitled, The Faith of Christopher Hitchens. The title seems like an oxymoron because Hitchens was one of the 20th century’s most notorious atheists. He once wrote, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him will believeth in anything” and called it “Hitchens 3:16.” In the April 2016 “Books and Culture” Douglas Wilson gives a glowing review of Taunton’s book about Hitchens’s faith. Wilson had come to know Hitchens fairly well through a series of debates with him about Christianity...
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    by Jim McCrea
    The June/July, 2016 issue of Presbyterians Today featured in story of a homeless man named Donald Deshauteurs, who had his life radically changed by the volunteers in a mission outreach center run by the First Presbyterian Church of Fort Worth, Texas.
    He says, “Being homeless, I was just totally hopeless. It was like living in a black hole. But you have to understand, it was all of my own creation. It was nobody’s fault. It was a drug addiction. It was an alcohol addiction compounded with bipolar mental illness. It got so bad that I wanted to take my own life.”
    At some point, he started going to the church’s homeless mission because they offered clothing as well as a full meal once-a-week and sack lunches a couple of other times a week. His goal was to grab the things he needed and then beat it out of there as quickly as he could.
    However, the women who volunteered at the mission saw more potential in Deshauteurs than he could even begin to see in himself.
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    by Philip McLarty
    Four years ago my son, Patrick, suffered a stroke. It left considerable damage on the right side of his brain. The left side of his body was paralyzed. Slowly, he covered most, but not all, of the use of his left arm and leg. The therapist explained that the lingering paralysis was due to the brain injury, not the muscles; that the muscles depended on signals from the brain in order to know what to do...
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