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George Soros is Renting Christians to Stop Jeff Sessions' Nomination | The Stream

Left-wing evangelical Christians on George Soros's payroll will swarm Sen. Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearings with false charges. Don't listen.

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Cain Worked the Soil and Abel Tended the Flocks

Studies on the genetic diversity of people groups from around the world are provocative in light of the RTB model. This work indicates that modern humans originated at a single location (at or near the presumed site of the Garden of Eden), recently (less than 100,000 years ago), and from a small initial population that traces back to a single man and woman. The archeological and genetic evidence shows that by 50,000 to 60,000 years ago humans had spread from near the Middle East into Asia and Europe with a migration pattern that fits with the biblical text…

The Infinite Value of Every Life

Today, Reggie says, “We are so proud of Anni. She is flourishing, both as a pianist and as a top student. Her story is an example for all those who struggle against the odds. Through our help and her own hard work, Anni is a witness to the hope of a new beginning and to the beauty, brilliance, and infinite value of Chinese girls.”

Why the Incarnation, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ Matters - Jonathan Morrow

A s we begin the new year, let’s start out by focusing on Jesus. After all, there is no Christianity without him. Theology–what we believe about God–matters. Why? Because it shapes our life.

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5 things we learned this week - Premier

The decision by a university to warn theology students in advance they may find Jesus' crucifixion distressing and allow them to leave the class if it's too upsetting, is being branded "almost comedic". Reacting to the decision by the University of Glasgow, former-Moderator of the Free Church of Scotland Revd David Robertson said they should be prepared to encounter upsetting content. Speaking on Premier's News Hour, he said: "These are meant to be university students, they're meant to be the leaders of the future, they're meant to be our intelligentsia. If they can't cope with basic stuff like that, then one wonders whether they should be studying it all."

Q & A With Dr. Craig: Intransigence about Objective Moral Values

I tried to explain that this was moving into the realm of subjective values - for instance, even if everyone on earth had been brainwashed and persuaded of national socialism (in which condition the whole world would be subject to a subjective value), this wouldn't change the fact that objectively spoken, the holocaust was still wrong (just like, while the whole world subjectively thought that the earth was flat, objectively the fact remained that it was round, not flat, even when no one believed this). He didn't disagree on this, however he is still not convinced that objective values exist, saying that objectivity only applies to facts, not values.

Christians Are the Most Persecuted Religious Group in the World

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What Is Christian Case Making? (Video) | Cold Case Christianity

J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold-Case Christianity, was interviewed by Bobby Conway (The One Minute Apologist) and discussed the important responsibility every Christian has to make the case for what he or she believes. (For more information related to Bobby’s great ministry, visit: )

Why Keeping a Sabbath Should Be Your New Year's Resolution

Which is a decent enough justification to placate our conscious until we hear how serious God is about Sabbath: “Observe the Sabbath, because it is holy to you. Anyone who desecrates it is to be put to death; those who do any work on that day must be cut off from their people.” (Exodus 31:14) Or begin questioning what God was really up to on that seventh day: Why did God rest? Was He weary from His work? Was His rest a withdrawal from the world? What’s so holy about a nap? And then we read the Gospels and see a sea of instances where Jesus capitalized on the fact that it was the Sabbath, almost as if He wanted to reclaim the essence of its beauty, depth and sacredness.

Sleepless in the Physics Lab: 7 Cosmic Questions That Induce Insomnia

A virulent strain of insomnia has hit a special group of folks: physicists. According to an article in, there are seven conundrums that can keep these crumple-jacketed oracles "tossing and turning in the wee hours."

God’s Work in Your Bible Reading

A spiritual taste of the soul [1 Peter 2:3] mightily helps the soul, in its reasonings on the word of God, and in judging of the true meaning of its rules; as it removes the prejudices of a depraved appetite, and naturally leads the thoughts in the right channel, casts a light on the word of God, and causes the true meaning, most naturally to come to mind through the harmony there is between the disposition and relish of a sanctified soul, and the true meaning of the rules of God’s word. Yea, this harmony tends to bring the texts themselves to mind, on proper occasions; as the particular state of the stomach and pallet, tends to bring such particular meets and drinks to mind, as are agreeable to that state. (Edwards, Religious Affections , cited in Sweeney, 74–75)

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Canal Walk The Canal Walk is part of the Indiana Central Canal, which was dug in the early 1800s, in an effort to facilitate interstate commerce. Today, the refurbished Canal Walk (stretching north through White River State Park to 11th Street) serves the downtown community as a waterside promenade for walkers, runners, bikers and sightseers (while the canal itself includes a steady stream of pedal boats, which may be rented west of the Indiana State Museum).   Children's Museum Located just minutes from downtown, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis features five floors of fun and interactive learning that have the power to transform the lives of children and families across the arts, world cultures, sciences, and humanities.   Eagle Creek Park & Marina One of the nation's largest city parks, Eagle Creek Park covers over 3,900 acres of land on the northwest side of town. As the park's trails beckon to hikers and birders, its 1,400-acre lake--a frequent host of U.S. Rowing's National Championship--welcomes fishermen and sailors. As well as picnic areas and a swimming beach, the park offers rentals for canoes, kayaks, Hobie Cats, sailboats, pontoon boats, wind-surfing and pedal boats--as well as lessons for the aforementioned.

The New Trailer For Disney's Live-Action 'Beauty and the Beast' is Epic

Given how beloved the classic is, expectations are high but with these sneak peeks, it looking like we'll all be Lumière's guest at the movies when it premieres on March 17.

The One Surefire Way to Ruin Your Marriage

And if I may add, in the Hebrew translation of the Bible, God uses the word “Ezer” to describe Adam’s wife. It’s easy to look at the way woman is described in Genesis to simply be a “helper” for man. But the full meaning is much more beautiful than that. The root of “Ezer” is two-fold: 1. to rescue, to save 2. to be strong. So instead of just being a man’s helper, we’re called to be strong in their weakness. To fill the gaps of our spouse with strength. So if your spouse is forgetful, instead of having an unrealistic expectation that they’ll start remembering things, be their reminder.

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Theological college principal Mike Ovey dies aged 58. - Premier

Oakhill Theological College has announced the death of its principal Rev Dr Mike Ovey.

Day of mourning called for over growing attacks on Nigeria's Christians - Premier

Church leaders in Nigeria are marking a day of mourning today over the growing number of attacks on believers in the country.

Queen attends church after illness - Premier

The Queen has attended church for the first time in 2017 and the first time since a heavy cold kept her away from services over the festive period.

Churches to help government meet broadband targets - Premier

Churches across the country are set to be rigged up with broadband satellites to help boost the UK's internet country.

Hollywood actor Chris Pratt shares conversion story - Premier

Movie star Chris Pratt has shared the story of how he came to faith.

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The Sickening Nature of Anti-Israel Hatred | The Stream

I think he’s just trying to alleviate the accusation that he doing what the other side is doing by tarring all members of the opposing side as bad people. Palestinian Arab society is kind of like white society in the old American South (only worse)… not all white people were bigoted, hateful KKK supporters, but for a white person to openly express sympathy for black people or the view that segregation was bad could get one labeled a “n-gg-r lover” which could literally put his life in jeopardy (I’d read that ~1/4 of the total # of people lynched in the South were white). Reality is that there ARE many Arabs who oppose this terrorist attack, but unfortunately they don’t represent mainstream thinking in Arab society, and like the plight of many good white people in the old American South, openly opposing mainstream thinking can literally put their lives in danger. (As an example, look up Mohammed Zoabi, the cousin of a rabidly anti-Israel Arab member of the Knesset who had to flee his home for expressing pro-Israel views.)


There are a lot of good self-help books that will tell you the right thing to do, but they don’t provide the two things the Bible says you must have: God’s power and community. That’s what you need to really change. Change requires community.

What are the Toughest Ethical Issue Facing Christians Today? Interview with Dr. Scott Rae.

RAE: This idea of work and vocation is crucially important. The Bible teaches that since our work was ordained before the entrance of sin, it has intrinsic value, which means that it is good in and of itself. Of course it has instrumental value, in that it is useful for accomplishing other things, such as supporting a family, being able to give to the poor, having a platform for the gospel, etc. But work itself is an arena of service to God. Your work is part of your ministry. This means that the work you do is actually part of your service to God. I often ask people in the workplace to tell me about their ministry there--they almost always mention things that they are doing when they are not doing their jobs! The work itself is part of someone's service to Christ and and most prominent place where they can love their neighbor and be spiritually formed.

The Case For Christ on Twitter

Have you seen The #CaseForChrist trailer at the movies? Now, the poster is headed there too. Let us know what you think! @LeeStrobel

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So please come to, click on “The Point,” and I’ll link you to Axis’s list of predictions for 2017. And to keep up with the cultural trends influencing your teens year ‘round, sign up for their weekly “Culture Translator.”

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Slain in the Shadow of the Almighty

On January 8, 1956, Jim Elliot, Nate Saint, Ed McCully, Peter Flemming, and Roger Youderian were speared to death on a sandbar called “Palm Beach” in the Curaray River of Ecuador. They were trying to reach the Huaorani Indians for the first time in history with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Worshiping with a Broken Heart

I walked into church the day after my heart broke. Broken, aching hearts fill the pews in each of our churches every Sunday. I walked into church the day after my heart broke. Although surrounded by community, the pain still felt intensely personal. “The heart knows its own bitterness” (Proverbs 14:10). The deep ache can feel as isolating as a prison cell. The enemy wants nothing more than to lock believers in that cell of pain, and keep us trapped in isolation. But God wants the opposite. Here are three things to remember when you are tempted to stay home on Sunday morning with a broken heart.

Has the Big Bang Been Scientifically Proven?

For more resources visit: In the award-winning film The Theory of Everything, the young Stephen Hawking describes cosmology as “a religion for intelligent atheists.” The film then explores the theological implications of two cosmological models defended by Hawking. Do these models in fact have the implications which Hawking attributes to them, and will cosmology play successfully the role of a surrogate religion? In the dialogue between science and theology, philosophy plays a crucial role. In this talk, Dr. Craig will respond to Hawking's claim to have eliminated the Creator of the Big Bang. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains full-length debates and lectures: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page:

You Don't Have to Quit Your Job to Get the Job You Want

Maybe you don’t end up at the exact job you want in your next step but is there another job, whether at your company or outside of it, that would add to your skill set and make you more competitive as a candidate? The opportunities to get creative with your next move are out there. If you need more ideas, check out one of my favorite books on the subject by Meg Jay , The Defining Decade. She would agree that quitting your job to bartend on a cruise ship sounds tempting but maybe the gifts you have are supposed to build something much more lasting than a Mai Tai.

The Story of Reality: How the World Began, How It Ends, and Everything Important that Happens in Between: Gregory Koukl, Nancy Pearcey: 0025986525040: Books

I was wrong. I read the opening words of The Story of Reality and thought, “Here we go again.” Over the past few years we’ve been inundated with books that tell the story of the world, the story of history, through what we might call a biblical-theology lens. You are probably familiar with the standard categories: creation, fall, redemption, consummation, and new creation. Through these headings we can trace and tell the story of what God is accomplishing in this world. It’s helpful, it’s good, and it’s been done a lot recently to the benefit of the church. But this book is not that book. Not quite. Greg Koukl’s The Story of Reality is, indeed, a telling of the story of the world through a five-part wide-angle lens. The subtitle nicely fills it out: “How the World Began, How it Ends, and Everything Important that Happens in Between.” But what sets his book apart is that instead of serving primarily as a theology text, it serves primarily as an apologetic text. Koukl tells this big story for the benefit of new believers who haven’t yet assembled the various components of the faith into a coherent whole.

The Greatest Day in a Fan’s Life

I can’t speak for the players and coaches. But for sports fans and armchair quarterbacks like me, take this, if you would, as my little effort to wave a flag for our being made for more. Here’s to resolving to be a better fan in the future, since now I’ve finally seen there’s emptiness on the inside, too. Not better in supporting the team, but better at taking both victory and defeat in stride, with feet fixed firmly in the victory of Christ, which any worthwhile win only faintly anticipates.

Self-Worth and Ministry

Most people get their self-worth from their vocations and this no less true for those in Christian ministry. Most Christians in ministry—whether apologetics or other Christian ministry—want to become renowned, or at least more well-known, more respected than they are. We see other renowned ministers and we wish they could have the renown they have and we strive to get it because we base our self-worth on our ministry success. Many of us Christians realize that we will never be Tim Keller, William Lane Craig, or [fill in the blank of your favorite minister or apologist] _____________, but we are trying to get as close to famous as we possibly can.

Donald Glover Basically Trojan-Horsed FX to Get 'Atlanta' Made

True to his hometown roots, Glover created a show that he could stand behind with family and friends who knew him and life in Atlanta best, "I only cared about what people in Atlanta thought. Like you can't name a show Detroit and have Detroit people hate it. I really only cared if my parents, cousins and everyone in Atlanta thought it was cool," he said.

Fifth Harmony’s Ally Brooke Is Collaborating with Christian Singer Cindy Morgan

After Mogan tweeted out the image of the two writing music together, Ally Brooke tweeted that it was a “dream come true,” adding “your music has changed my life.”

The Consequences of Relativism from a Christian Worldview

The origins of relativism in North America and abroad arose from worldviews that worship nature as the ultimate reality, such as evolution, for example. The Roman letter of Paul warns in the very first chapter that any nation that begins to worship the energy, spirits, or processes of nature are in great peril. Paul explains that they becomes senseless in their reasoning and are en route to destruction if they do not turn away from the worship of the creature and creation, rather than the Creator who is blessed forever. [1]

Report: United States Dropped Almost 27K Bombs in 2016

According to the CFR, the number is a low estimate because verifiable data is only available for specific countries and Pentagon's definition of an airstrike can include multiple bombs.

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Some Slavery Feels Like Freedom

So, we walk away and do our own thing, leaving hard-to-reach corners of our lives untouched by Jesus, unwilling to part with what feels good and comfortable in order to follow him. It often looks like “Christian” freedom, but without Christ. And whenever we choose to live for something more than Christ, or instead of Christ, that thing begins to wrap its steal chains around our heart and cool any warmth in it for Jesus. All while we wear the clean and pressed clothes of Christianity. But each time we come up close to what we wanted, the whole thing comes unplugged. Our idols never reach far enough to give us the safety, intimacy, and happiness we were after.

Footage Showing Refugees Living in Snow-Covered Tents in Greece Released

The ground surrounding the tents is covered in snow and some tents are even in danger of collapse because of the weight of the snow on top of them. The snow has begun coming into the homes.

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Eric Metaxas :: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About God - The Jesus Edition

Like his previous books in this style, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About God:  THE JESUS EDITION is a book that takes questions about the Son of God seriously enough to get silly — where appropriate.  Metaxas covers questions about Jesus’ life — Did He live at all?, His death — If He truly was the Son of God, why did He have to die?, His resurrection – - Did Jesus really come back after death?, and much more.   Apologetics has never been so much fun! PRAISE FOR Everything You Always Wanted to Know About God (but were afraid to ask)…

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Gentleness and Respect

People have real struggles. The big, ultimate questions are real questions, and they don’t exist abstractly. Questions are asked by real people, people who are made in the image of God. That is why we must listen to their questions. Hear their struggles. Give them our attention. Make the time and effort.

Was the Apostle Paul an Apologist?

“The apostle Paul says what many pioneers of modern science believed, that nature itself is part of the evidence for the existence of God, ‘Since the creation of the world, God’s invisible qualities- his eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made. So that men are without an excuse.’”

Opposites Attract

Last summer I typed out the words of 1 Corinthians 13, and I keep them in a frame above my desk. When I am tempted to keep a record of wrongs (see verse 5), I go to these framed words. I pray for God to remind me how much he loves my husband, and how much Christ suffered so that I could have a godly marriage. I am still very far from conquering my relentless regard for self, and I am still adamant about a fat Christmas tree, but I know that our yoke is held firm by the One who put it there.

Pope affirms breastfeeding support at "little long" service - Premier

The Pope has reiterated his support for breastfeeding in public by encouraging new mothers to nurse their babies during a service at the Vatican he admitted was "a little long."

Christian politician says NI leaders have let the public down - Premier

"I don't think the public in Northern Ireland will be impressed that those who they elected to do this job have failed so abysmally to sort out the normal business of government which they ought to be able to do as a matter of routine," Naomi Long told Premier.

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