The most beautiful part of Christmas is that it is above all an announcement to the world that God is with us.
There is only one true Messiah, one Savior who is bringing about the restoration of all things, and his name is Jesus.
Translating literally as “god from the machine,” deus ex machina refers to an overly convenient resolution to the plot.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., said, “We shall overcome because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.”
Bishop Myriel tells Valjean, “Do not forget, do not ever forget, that you have promised me to use the money to make yourself an honest man.”
Ancient Hebrew does not have the benefit of the punctuation that is so common to us who write in English or other Latin-based languages.
Within the first few pages of Augustine’s Confessions, the early church father ruminates on what it means that God is omnipresent.
In a 1966 episode of Gilligan’s Island, the titular Gilligan finds seeds that give him the ability to read the minds of his fellow castaways.