Vertical Thought: July - September 2010

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In This Issue

  • by Becky Sweat
You may have heard the warning, "You never get a second chance to make a good first impression." Here's how to avoid mistakes.
  • by Ken Treybig
How can you know in advance whether someone will become an abusive mate? Don't be one of those who blindly ignores warning signs of bad things to come and pays a price for it.
  • by Carol Taylor
Even if you remove material from a Web site, it is cached by search engines and Internet archives. Once you post a picture, a video or text, it is out there, and you cannot get it back. Ever!
  • by Amanda Stiver
Why is this genre of literature so appealing to women? Is it harmless fun?
  • by David Treybig
What's the difference between lust and natural attraction? How do we control our minds when we see a beautiful girl or a handsome guy?
  • by Mario Seiglie
Why do we believe, contrary to young-earth creationism, that the heavens and the earth are significantly older than the 6,000-year history of man?
  • by Paul Luecke
If you've explored this question, you've probably encountered conflicting messages—even among those who believe in the Creator. What does the Bible indicate?
  • by Leslie Schwartz
Your lifetime challenge is to become the type of person that is worthy to be a godly partner with someone who possesses all of the qualities you desire in a mate.
  • by Vertical Thought
A recent study by the University of York in the United Kingdom has determined that babies automatically move in response to music, particularly to the beat rather than to the melody.
  • by Vertical Thought
Experts estimate that the people of this planet created 150 billion gigabytes of data in 2005 and that they will create 1.2 trillion gigabytes this year.
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Genesis 1:3 tells us, "Then God said, 'Let there be light.'" If all the rest of the initial creation had to occur after this verse, then there would seem to have been nothing to produce this light (i.e., no sun).
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According to a recent Pew Internet and American Life Project finding, more Americans are getting their news from the Internet than from newspapers or radio.