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Here we are, it’s finally Easter. This is the perfect time to talk about…Christmas. Christmas?! Well, sure, why not? As the Christian community celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus, it only seems logical that we give some thought to the miracle that made it all possible: the Incarnation.

Most people consider the Easter Resurrection to be a stunning miracle. And, of course, it is. But let me ask you, which is more stunning, that Almighty God—who created living, breathing human beings in the first place—was able to re-animate the dead body of one particular guy at one particular time in history, or that this supernatural, ever-living God would take on human flesh Himself?  (Continued...)

It must be tough being the president of the United States. Every word he utters is immediately analyzed from 12 different angles, and it’s almost a certainty that someone will be offended and make a big stink about it.

For example, recently the president was giving a speech in Wisconsin about jobs and the need for better job training. In an ad lib, which wasn’t on the teleprompter, he said, “I promise you, folks can make a lot more, potentially, with skilled manufacturing or the trades than they might with an art history degree.” Then he added, “Now, nothing wrong with an art history degree — I love art history. So I don’t want to get a bunch of e-mails from everybody.” (Continued...)

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