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Brandon Chin
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When a former Buddhist monk, Sakura, becomes an astronaut sent to colonize Mars, she never imagined that she’d be doing it alone. Now, with Earth’s most powerful form of artificial intelligence, she seeks to continue the mission her team couldn’t finish (part 2/4).

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Space Flower: Part One
September 21, 2016
Nyssa Hanger
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In my journey for reproductive health, I found God outside of Planned Parenthood. Here, I share my enlightening encounter with a divine messenger who showed me that we are all actually the same.

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Aromatic Awakening
February 2, 2016

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Christina Wilkins
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Westworld is the most recent popular series to raise questions of creation, free will, and the contention between science and religion. Can we create life that imitates humanity? Would we just be “playing God?” Does this futuristic look change anything?

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Sam Mickey
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Since the Summer of Love fifty years ago, there has been a massive increase in the number of bands oriented toward encouraging altered states of consciousness in their listeners. Those bands are part of a resurgence of ancient and prehistoric religious experience, and they warrant careful attention to their helpful and harmful potential.

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Paul Robertson
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The depiction of the Cyclops in Homer’s Odyssey differs markedly from re-workings in modern graphic novels, in part reflecting the difference in mediums between the literary/oral and the image. In some cases, the graphic novel effectively matches modern attitudes about overcoming particular temporal boundaries, while in other cases, the graphic novel lacks the ability to mirror the modern emphasis on the inner self.

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The Tale of Two Cyclopes
October 10, 2014
Abby Mohaupt
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In a world of suffering, sometimes the answer doesn’t come when asking “why?” What would it mean if we responded to loss with creation – by creating art in response to destruction?

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Blue with Grace
August 18, 2015
David R. Howell
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This past March, Leicester (UK) played host to an unprecedented “heritage ceremony,” where the mortal remains of King Richard III were laid to rest in Leicester Cathedral following his death in 1485. Yet, in all of the excitement surrounding the discovery and burial of the king, did the need to create an “occasion” outstrip the significance of burying a person on holy ground?

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Terror Heritage?
March 25, 2015

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Josip Matesic
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Elvis impersonators are a common sight at fancy dress parties and other gatherings, but how should we think about this kind of secular adoration? Are there any religious dimensions to celebrity idolization?

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Megan Schlichting
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The lives of a small waterfront town are disrupted when a mysterious fog creeps down from the mountains (part 6/6).

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The Fog: Part Five
October 7, 2016
The Fog: Part Four
May 3, 2016
The Fog: Part Three
January 12, 2016

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Emily Ronald
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What’s the difference between a book club, a church book club, and a Bible study group? The answer doesn’t lie in the books, the people, or the discussion, but in the results.

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Breaking the Wall
May 9, 2015

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Adam Darlage
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Loosely based on biblical narratives and packed with plenty of action, are the plots of Noah and Exodus: Gods and Kings more escapist, superhero fare than anything else?

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