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Ryan Corcoran on June 28th, 2010

A few months back, the Christian Chronicle featured an editorial entitled, “Will Facebook kill the church?”. As a member of the church myself, I felt that the author of the article did not really grasp what the “church” really is and should be. I wrote a letter to the editor in rebuttal to the article, […]

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Samantha Corcoran on April 11th, 2010

We talked about the plagues in Egypt way back on Day 24, but I saw a video on Weather.com today that I had to share.  A group of runners in were caught in a sudden hail storm. It was only pea-sized hail, but the photograph of one runner shows how damaging hail can be to […]

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Ryan Corcoran on December 14th, 2006

In an attempt to get myself into a regular habit of Bible study, I have been thinking of ways that would keep me going more than just a day or two. Since I do enjoy blogging and computers and technology and all of that, I thought that if I took my church’s recommended Bible Reading […]

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Ryan Corcoran on December 13th, 2006

Ryan Corcoran was born and raised in Kansas, USA. Having parents of differing faiths, Ryan was left to discover God for himself. He attended a Presbyterian church with his friends in Middle School and early High School, but found that they were not able to sufficiently address his questions about the Bible. He then began […]

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