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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Behavioral Science Catches Up to the Bible

A Wall of Security or a Table of Fellowship?
Matthew Kaemingk makes a political and theological case for welcoming Muslim immigrants.
Matthew Arbo
Osama is blind. According to an NPR report, he lost his eyesight in 2012 when a mortar shell exploded nearby, killing everyone around, except him. He, his wife, and four children were Syrian refugees in Jordan for three years before learning the US State Department had approved them for asylum. To obtain the relevant visas, however, Osama and his family required a sponsor: a family to welcome them and assist in their transition. The sponsor for this Muslim family? A Christian congregation—Nassau Presbyterian Church in Princeton, New Jersey. continue reading >>

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Behavioral Science Catches Up to the Bible
Research is confirming ancient wisdom about human nature. But can it really make us better people?
The Exchange
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