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FILE - Harvard University President Claudine Gay speaks during a hearing of the House Committee on Education on Capitol Hill, Dec. 5, 2023, in Washington. Gay resigned Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2024, amid plagiarism accusations and criticism over testimony at a congressional hearing where she was unable to say unequivocally that calls on campus for the genocide of Jews would violate the school’s conduct policy. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein, File)

New plagiarism allegations force resignation of Harvard president Claudine Gay

A lonely man sits by a window with his elbows on a table, his head downcast, his hands folded in front of his forehead, an illustration of the loneliness caused by the friendship recession. By pathdoc/stock.adobe.com

If you’re suffering from the “friendship recession,” you’re not alone

A half-eaten MoonPie sits in front of a plate of MoonPies. By New Africa/stock.adobe.com

Ringing in 2024 with a MoonPie and bologna: A reflection on the best way to live every day this year

Hands folded in prayer on top of an open Bible, illustrative of spiritual enlightenment. By doidam10/stock.adobe.com

“Our Godless era is dead”: A reflection on the path to true “spiritual enlightenment”

A man decorates a nativity scene with rubble around symbolizing the destruction in Gaza and white sheets referring to the dead civilians, in Manger Square, adjacent to the Church of the Nativity, in Bethlehem, Friday, Dec. 23, 2023. Bethlehem is having a subdued Christmas after officials in Jesus' traditional birthplace decided to forgo celebrations due to the Israel-Hamas war.(AP Photo/Leo Correa)

The most notable Nativity scene in Bethlehem this Christmas

Light falls upon a manger. Do you truly understand Christmas? By andrewaustinpaul/stock.adobe.com

The longer I live, the less I understand Christmas

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy (13) kneels in prayer with teammates and Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Brandin Cooks (3) after an NFL football game in Santa Clara, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 8, 2023. (AP Photo/Godofredo A. Vásquez)

Brock Purdy’s faith and the future of our republic: A reflection on the source of transformational joy

Charles Dickens' book "A Christmas Carol" lies open featuring an illustration of "Scrooge's Third Vistor" on the left page and the title page on the right. By laplateresca/stock.adobe.com

Ebenezer Scrooge and two incarnational miracles of Christmas

Ask Jim: Jesus in hell, salvation after death, and “God made me this way”

This photo released by the Houthi Media Center shows a Houthi forces helicopter approaching the cargo ship Galaxy Leader on Sunday, Nov. 19, 2023. Yemen's Houthis have seized the ship in the Red Sea off the coast of Yemen after threatening to seize all vessels owned by Israeli companies. (Houthi Media Center via AP)

Why are the Houthis a threat to us? A reflection on the path to encouraging peace

Jacob Swid, whose son died fighting Hamas militants during the attack in a kibbutz on Oct. 7th., is embraced after lighting up a Hanukkah candle at a volunteers gathering area in southern Israel, near the Gaza border, Thursday Dec. 7, 2023. (AP Photo/Leo Correa) IDF soldiers are also celebrating Hanukkah by lighting candles in menorahs made by children who were evacuated from the area around Gaza.

IDF soldiers lighting Hanukkah candles in Gaza: A reflection on the path to transforming peace

Outside at dusk on a snowy street, a person in a Krampus costume looks directly at the camera. Krampus is a "demonic anti-Santa" with goat horns. By Manfred Herrmann/stock.adobe.com

“Krampus” takes over Christmas: Cultural conflict and the peace found only in Christ

What If Jesus Was Serious about Heaven? With Skye Jethani

As the sun sets over a field, a hand reaches toward the sun, partially obscuring its rays. By kieferpix/stock.adobe.com.

If Jesus was serious . . . then our view of heaven must match his: An excerpt from “What If Jesus Was Serious about Heaven?” by Skye Jethani

FILE —Taylor Swift arrives at the world premiere of the concert film "Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour," Oct. 11, 2023, in Los Angeles (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File). Swift was recently named Time Magazine's Person of the Year for 2023.

Taylor Swift is Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year”: A reflection on the privilege of sharing hope

A man folds his hands in prayer above an open laptop on a table. A closed Bible sits to the right of the laptop. Pcess609/stock.adobe.com

Why God “gives us discernment”: The life-giving power of intercession in a secularized culture

In this photo provided by the Israeli Army, Emily Hand, right, a released hostage, reunites with her father Sunday, Nov. 26, 2023, in Israel. (The Israeli Army via AP)

“You could just see glassy-eyed terror”: Stories reveal trauma of Israeli children kidnapped by Hamas

Representing medical debt, a stethoscope lays on top of hundred-dollar bills. By spyrakot/stock.adobe.com

Cancer patient raised money to pay off millions in medical debt for strangers before she died

A manger at night sits in contrast to three crosses on a hill at daybreak signifying Christ's birth at Christmas, his death on the cross, and his ultimate resurrection. By Kevin Carden/stock.adobe.com

Redeeming “the most wonderful time of the year”: Three countercultural principles for Christmas

People walk past an image of 4-year-old Abigail Edan, a hostage held by Hamas who was released on Sunday, projected onto a building in Tel Aviv, Sunday, Nov 26, 2023. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

Abigail Edan, 4-year-old American, among hostages released yesterday

FILE - Former President Jimmy Carter, right, and his wife, former first lady Rosalynn Carter, wave to the audience at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Aug. 25, 2008. Rosalynn Carter, the closest adviser to Jimmy Carter during his one term as U.S. president and their four decades thereafter as global humanitarians, died Sunday, Nov. 19, 2023. She was 96. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds, File)

Rosalynn Carter’s commitment to service: The “negative world” and an excellent test of character

FILE - A man holds his baby as he looks at posters of the men, women and children held hostage by Hamas in the Gaza Strip, during a vigil marking 30 days since the Oct. 7 Hamas attack that started the fighting, in Jerusalem, Israel on Nov. 5, 2023. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo, File)

The latest on Gaza hostages and the conversion of a famous atheist: A vital question to begin Thanksgiving week

Why is Jesus called Immanuel? Janet Denison discusses her new Advent devotional

A man sits on the rubble overlooking the debris of buildings that were targeted by Israeli airstrikes in the Jabaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip, Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2023. (AP Photo/Abed Khaled). As the death toll of Palestinian civilians climbs, many are calling for a ceasefire or a "humanitarian pause." But there's more to the story.

“Victims and martyrs awaiting our deaths”: The plight of Palestinian civilians and the only source of lasting peace

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