Erin Shaw

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Christian Love Can Change the World

As everyone knows, the families of the Charleston victims forgave Dylann Roof, the young man who murdered their loved ones. Everyone was stunned and moved by the video of their attempt to bring him into their faith, urging him to repent. Many are still trying to comprehend this miracle of kindness …

How Christians Get Interfaith Marriage Wrong

While Christianity is American’s most popular religion (70% of people in the U.S. identify as such), pastors and scholars all let out a collective …

Black Bears - Great Smoky Mountains National Park (U.S. National Park Service)

<b>What Do I Do If I See A Bear?</b><p>Bears in the park are wild and their behavior can be unpredictable. Although extremely rare, attacks on humans have …

Wildlife

British Auschwitz survivor preparing to testify at trial of Oskar Gröning

Susan Pollack survived Auschwitz, the death marches and Belsen. Now, for the first time, she is to testify in the trial of someone who held her there - a Nazi dubbed 'The Bookkeeper of Auschwitz'<p>When Susan Pollack thinks back to the person standing before her, scanning the lines of girls, stick in …

North London

Why I Got Rid of My Wardrobe

By onApril 20, 2015 in Dallas Moms Blog, Shopping<p>This spring I got rid of my entire wardrobe. I did it because I have been wearing yoga pants as …

The 'Man Who Flies For Free' says these are the 3 best websites for airline deals

Keyes has become so gifted at landing supercheap tickets and getting the most out of his frequent-flier miles that he has booked an epic world trip that spans 13 countries, 20,000 miles, and 21 flights — all free.<p>He told Business Insider his process was a "labor of love" and that he enjoyed finding …

The Recession Generation: How Millennials Are Changing Money Management Forever

Without any apparent irony, the woman who aspires to change financial services in the 21st century sits in a conference room in Manhattan she named for Warren Buffett, despite his famous disdain for technology, and ticks off apps that have reimagined how her generation interacts with the world: …

Travel as a solo woman: 10 lessons for the intrepid

Two recent films about female adventurers captured the highs and lows of travelling solo as a woman. 'Tracks', about Robyn Davidson’s epic camel trek across Australia, and 'Wild', starring Reese Witherspoon as Cheryl Strayed, about a 1100-mile hike along the Pacific Crest Trail, have a positive …

Smartphone dongle detects HIV and syphilis markers in 15 minutes

That smartphones have evolved to be capable of much more than making and receiving calls isn't news to anyone, but work being done to refashion them …

Human Soul Found? Quantum Theory Of Consciousness ‘Orch OR’ Claims Both Science And Religion Are True

Has the human soul been found by science? A controversial quantum theory of consciousness called “Orch OR” (which stands for “orchestrated objective …

Unlocking the Wolfpack – a strange tale of isolated brothers locked in a tiny NYC apartment

Director Crystal Moselle spent several years in world of the Angulo brothers. Home-schooled and rarely allowed outside, their main window to the world became cinema<p>It was pure serendipity, Crystal Moselle says, that she found the Wolfpack. She was walking down First Avenue in Manhattan in the …

Filmmaking

Gujarati recipes from Uganda

When he was a young man my grandfather, Mathuradas, detested both snakes and working in the family timber business. Then, one day, shortly after his 20th birthday, a snake fell on to his neck in the timber yard. He shot it dead and quit the family business to go and make something of himself. It …

Fish

5 signs the U.S. economy is shakier than it looks

Don’t buy that new car just yet. The middle class is still shrinking, and inequality is hurting economic growth<p>Lots of people are cheering that the U.S. economy has shown signs of strengthening. The stock market looks to be doing better than anyone expected, and unemployment is under 6 percent. But …