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Opinion

Different kind of kvetching board

A different kind of kvetching board made its way onto campus earlier this month. Cornerstone, a Christian student group, placed a blank board outside the Pit to allow students to write down the reasons why they are not Christians. The responses ranged from questions about hell to doubts about the veracity of the Bible.

The Daily Tar Heel
Opinion

Different kind of kvetching board

A different kind of kvetching board made its way onto campus earlier this month. Cornerstone, a Christian student group, placed a blank board outside the Pit to allow students to write down the reasons why they are not Christians. The responses ranged from questions about hell to doubts about the veracity of the Bible.

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Opinion

Preaching prosperity gospel not Christian

A crowd of more than 9,000 gathered last August for a Christian conference in Fort Worth, Texas. Those headlining the conference focused on teaching the “prosperity gospel,” a doctrine that promises abundant financial blessings from God in exchange for your own generous giving to a pastor or ministry.

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Opinion

Christians, atheists should be challenged

On April 8, 1966, Time magazine asked “Is God Dead?,” setting off furious debate among Christians and atheists.Since that time, the discourse has taken an increasingly malicious tone, relying on stinging sound bites and monolithic attacks.

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Opinion

Belief is at heart of human condition

Parents feel it when looking at their children, millions felt it as they were captivated by Barack Obama’s rise to the presidency, religious-minded people feel it as they find their faith, and Tar Heels experience it as they become “true blue.”

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Opinion

Change, religion are often at odds

In the society we live in, change is a constant. The need to adapt, adjust and reevaluate is ever-present. Organizations that survive are continually broadening their view of the world and expanding their mind to new possibilities. However, there is a large exception: religion.

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