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Here's The Video Proof Trump's a Cynical Phony on 'New York Values'

While Donald Trump cynically maintains that he has no clue what Ted Cruz’s phrase “New York values” means – and while he scurrilously implies that Cruz has some sort of malicious, nasty feeling about New Yorkers over 9/11 – video has now emerged of a nationally televised 1999 interview in which Trump seems completely familiar with the “New York values” to which Cruz referred. Trump appeared on Meet The Press on October 24, 1999, where he had several exchanges with Tim Russert: RUSSERT: Do you think gays should be allowed to be married?

Trump tells voters he’s a “great Christian”

In the wake of sagging poll numbers in Iowa, Donald Trump assures Iowa voters that he is a “great Christian.” At a rally in Sioux City, he declared: Will you get these numbers up? I pro…

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This Guy Shaved His Beard After 14 Years, and His Family’s Reaction Is Surprisingly Emotional

This is arguably the most emotional razor commercial you will ever see. The Israeli ad for Life M6 razor shows the reactions of a man’s family, who is surprised after he shaves his beard for the first time in 14 years. As he explains, his wife and children have never seen him without it. This will make even the hairiest hipster want to finally give the clean shaven look a shot.

Triablogue: The Lord's my shepherd

On the one hand: This is the line of thinking that also appears in the famous scene near the end of C. S. Lewis’s book The Last Battle...

Time-Lapse Video of a Guy Building a Massive Lego 'Star Wars' Model Is the Break Your Day Needs

This surprisingly mesmerizing video of a man building a gigantic, 6,000-piece Lego AT-AT Walker is impressive. Most impressive.

Animal Minds: In Search of the Minimal Self

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Iran Frees Pastor Saeed Abedini after Three Years in Prison

“We are grateful for the release of Pastor Saeed," stated the ERLC's Russell Moore. "The prayers of the Body of Christ all over the world have been answered. This day of celebration should remind us to pray and work all the more for the multitudes still persecuted for their faith all over the world, including in Iran. We hope and long for the day when Iran, and nations like it, are free from those who wish to enslave the conscience at the point of a sword.”

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Five Pieces of ‘Out-Dated’ Dating Advice

The cross, modern philosophy, and the advent of the Internet have certainly changed things for Christians wanting to be married. But what if there’s more to see in Isaac and Rebekah than meets the eye? Before you skim their story too quickly, remember that it is the same God, it is a man seeking a wife (or at least a man and a woman on a path to marriage), and marriage is the same institution, only now with its deeper, fuller meaning revealed in the coming of Christ.

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Grace to You

In confronting our Lord Jesus Christ, Satan persisted in trying to undermine or destroy the Son’s relationship to His Father. This time he goaded Jesus with this statement: “If You are the Son of God, throw yourself down.” To fortify his challenge and make it more plausible, the adversary— with a subtle and clever twist—quoted Scripture: “For it is written, ‘He will command His angels concerning You’; and ‘On their hands they will bear You up, so that You will not strike Your foot against a stone’” (from Ps. 91:11–12).

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Any Given Sunday

On any given Sunday, God might be pleased to turn your world upside down, in all the best ways. Like the weary psalmist who came to worship, and finally the fog cleared (Psalm 73:16–17). Or like Martin Luther, who testified, “At home, in my own house, there is no warmth or vigor in me, but in the church when the multitude is gathered together, a fire is kindled in my heart and it breaks its way through.” Or as countless of us have learned, our Father simply loves to bless the family gathering.

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The Thing That’s Really Holding You Back

It is NOT helpful to lump together the "character flaw" of fear and the medical condition called "anxiety." We need to stop blaming people suffering from the clinical condition of depression and we shouldn't blame people who suffer from the clinical condition of anxiety. In fact, we should offer them hope. Anxiety can be treated -- sometimes through talk, sometimes with medication, sometimes with a combination of both. Do these things sometimes overlap -- clinical conditions and personal, societal flaws? -- sure they can, and sometimes do. But Christians need to quit living in the dark ages regarding mental health. We're just hugely unhelpful to people when we tell them to "get over" what may be a medical issue and then blame them for it. Talk to someone who is on anti-anxiety medication -- learn what it is they struggle with, how the medication can help, and then let's get our language straight.

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What’s Going on at Wheaton? A Modest Proposal for the “Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God” Debate

I agree with all of that, but I think it’s only one side that isn’t agreeing with you. Both sides believe the things that you list at the bottom, but only one side is admitting it. Those who agree with Hawkins (who think Muslims and Christians at least in some sense worship the same God) affirm all those things and realize the other side does too. But those who have criticized her continue to assert that the other side doesn’t agree with those things, even though it’s plainly false. I keep seeing accusations that this is all about ecumenical pluralism, which Hawkins has publicly denied. She has no support for anything like that, and Lydia McGrew’s piece this morning says such issues are at stake, when no one is arguing for that. So I don’t think Hawkins’ critics recognize that both sides agree on those things.

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How 'Hamilton' Made American History Cool Again

Here’s what I knew about Alexander Hamilton before I bought the cast recording: he was among the youngest of the Founding Fathers and the first of them to die; he had a scandalous affair; he was the first Secretary of the Treasury. I had him filed away under “Thanks for your help, but you’re not as significant as Washington or Franklin or Jefferson.” I was actually a little clueless as to why he, of all people, was on the $10 bill. (If any of my professors are reading this, I swear it wasn’t you, it was me).

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The Self-Refuting Nature of Naturalism

I think Moreland is exactly right, and it seems many of the world’s most influential naturalistic atheists agree as well! Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, Stephen Hawking, Will Provine, Jerry Coyne, and Alex Rosenberg have all made the same case: that given their naturalistic worldview, free will does not exist! But here is the problem: did they freely and rationally come to that conclusion? Not on their view. In fact, if they are to be consistent naturalists, they should claim that they are forced to think naturalism is true due to the deterministic laws of nature, and not because of their intellect or reasoning skills. Therefore, a naturalist has no grounds to state naturalism is true. In fact, it is an utterly irrational statement (if naturalism is true or not)! If the atheist happens to be correct about naturalism, it seems that it is impossible for free will to exist, and it logically follows that rationality is lost as well.

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Two held after body found near Leeds church hall - premier

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a body was found near a church hall in Leeds.

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WORLD | The American holocaust | Phillip Krueger | Jan. 16, 2016

There was a forerunner to Hitler in the Old Testament. Let me tell you a story about the wickedest husband and wife power couple in Israel’s history. Together, they held the highest public office in the nation. He was the wickedest ruler in the history of his nation to that point. His wife was the evil genius behind her husband’s reign. She was proud, defiant, cunning, ruthless, vindictive, and sarcastic. She was not someone you would want to be your mother-in-law! She was murderously protective of her throne, her husband, and her place in history. The record shows that many people who were a threat to them conveniently ended up dead. Her signature legislation was that it was the right of every mother to choose to end the life of her baby. Because of their legislation, countless babies were sacrificed on the altar of selfishness and greed. May I introduce to you the ruler and his wife: King Ahab and Queen Jezebel. Their story is found in 1 Kings 16 .

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Hillary Clinton on Twitter

A right without the opportunity to exercise it isn't a right. Low-income women deserve health care. The Hyde Amendment should be overturned.

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20 Head-Scratching Christian Phrases We’ve All Heard

We asked you to share some of the strangest Christian phrases you've heard, and you came up with some true gems. Here are some of our favorites:

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ERLC Honors Saeed Abedini with Richard Land Award (2014)

ERLC Honors Saeed Abedini with Richard Land Award (2014)

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Downton Abbey's Final Season: Episodes 1-2 - A Christian Perspective

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Quentin Tarantino’s Hateful Eight

Quentin Tarantino’s latest movie has already won or been nominated for awards centered around script, casting and the soundtrack. In Hateful Eight, he has assembled a stellar cast that delivers sharp dialogue in the midst of yet another homage to a classic genre of film – in this case, the Western. Tarantino has a knack for capturing the bleak depravities of the human heart – and make no mistake, this movie plumbs the depth of evil that resides within.

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Wintery Knight on Twitter

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God Has Already Revealed His Plan for Your Life

Yes, the truth is in fact that each day we wake we ARE already in and living God's will for our lives. He is sovereign and outside time-space. He sees and knows the end from the beginning. The events of the day, this week, month, the rest of 2016 are even now known by Him, and it is in that awesome omniscience that we either rest each day, with "a peace that surpasses all human comprehension", "confident in our hope and deep conviction of things not seen" . . . or, we struggle, have anxiety, and miss out on peace while searching/waiting for some kind of revelatory event to "show us" God's will. Walking in the Spirit is so much more about daily Joy in all circumstances, restful peace in knowing Him, patience to let His will unfold daily/weekly, maintaining faithfulness in and to Him daily, and the self-control to not have to run ahead of Him or require God to make His will known in what many describe as the "supernatural, signs and wonders". ALL that He has for us is already supernatural (it's from outside this natural world), and special revelation (specific to us), Spirit-led (His Holy Spirit dwells richly in us daily and does not come and go as part of 'signs'), and finally truly miraculous - as we see circumstances unfold, align, coordinate, and come to fruition such that when we look back with 20/20 hindsight we can say nothing other than, "Wow, Lord, that was so cool to see how you worked that in YOUR timing".

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No, God Is Not Disappointed in You

Hi Drew, I'm glad you liked the article, and I thank you for the comment! I very much agree that God uses other people in our lives to grow and heal us. As a matter of fact, I'm a Christian counselor myself, so I lean wholeheartedly on the Holy Spirit leading me when I speak with clients. Perhaps I should have left out the word, "only." What I meant by the phrase, is that God is the source of our transformation and our greatest help. Also, that He offers us the help that we don't have in ourselves, so we turn to Him in awareness that He (rather than we) is the one to do what we can't. And when we get significant help from others, He is the influence behind it. Thanks for sharing though, as I wouldn't want anyone to miss out on getting outside support from God's family, since He truly wants us to be blessed in that capacity.

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Jesus Never Said 'Blessed Are the Self-Promoters'

In a culture where the value of statements we make are literally measured in the amount of “likes” they receive—where how many “followers” we have is a sign of our notoriety and where celebrities are worshipped—it’s easy to forget that Jesus praised the meek, the insulted, the righteous, the grieving and poor in spirit. Culture has created platforms where we are encouraged to make our voices known, to build our own brands and draw attention to ourselves. Especially in the age of social media, outrage sells.

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Is Your Phone Wrecking Your Relationships?

Turn off the notify features. Stop using text for conversations - just for brief reminders to people. If you want a conversation, call someone. Get a landline & give that number out so you won't know if someone called you until you get home and check for messages. I'm 37. I've had a cell phone for about 10 years. My husband complains because I still let it go flat because I forget to charge it or check it for that matter. I always have it on silent. I just don't see the need for it. Now don't get me wrong, I use wifi often, text my siblings and husband, play crosswords and read books on it....but I don't "need" it. I have friends and family I speak to on a weekly basis or more frequently but I don't "need" people or a computer to be complete.

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Confessions of a Drunk Worship Leader

It's remarkable how even one bad experience with someone who says they're Christian but does not walk in God's truth can leave such a scar. I too have struggled with that, being part of an uber-charismatic church as a college student that preached things I had never heard and made me question everything I ever believed about Christ.

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Any Given Sunday

On any given Sunday, God might be pleased to turn your world upside down, in all the best ways. Like the weary psalmist who came to worship, and finally the fog cleared (Psalm 73:16–17). Or like Martin Luther, who testified, “At home, in my own house, there is no warmth or vigor in me, but in the church when the multitude is gathered together, a fire is kindled in my heart and it breaks its way through.” Or as countless of us have learned, our Father simply loves to bless the family gathering.

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Sorry, the Bible doesn’t promise to make America great again

But the temptation to apply 2 Chronicles to the nation rather than to the church persists, for the same reasons that some insist on applying Genesis 12:3 (“I will bless those who bless you, and him who dishonors you I will dishonor”) to foreign policy rather than to where the Bible applies it: to the gospel of Jesus Christ (Gal. 3:7-14). This happens because the first question of culture is one of identity, who are we and where do we fit in the broader culture. We too often see America as some how more “real” than the kingdom, and our country as more important than the church. But 2 Chronicles 7:14 itself starts with the question of identity: “If my people…called by my name…” This, or any other country, is not called by the name of God. The kingdom of God, on the other hand, is (Isa. 62:3-5).

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Would Discovering Aliens Change Our Theology?

While I agree that finding life elsewhere in the universe should not shake our theology or our faith, I encourage a strong dose of reality on this subject. The odds of a planet with all the conditions to support life existing by chance have been calculated at one in 10^511 by Dr. Don Johnson, author of _Probability of Life_. Keep in mind that the total atoms in the universe are estimated at 10^80. This means that if every atom were a universe, the odds would still be greatly stacked against conditions for life. A speculation concerning a funny shaped object passing in front of a star is itself very speculative. But to infer an "alien megastructure" from this wild guess is such a leap of superstition as to be utterly preposterous. It would be far more likely that the tooth fairy exists. Don't get me wrong, speculation is fine, just so long as these so-called scientists don't pretend that their wild dogma has even the slightest credibility. Overwhelmingly improbable speculations amount to religion, not science. By stark contrast, Christians have reasons for their faith. Very solid reasons, to be found in both the Bible and in true observational science.

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Josh McDowell on Twitter

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North Korea Gets Competition: The Top 50 Countries Where It's Now Hardest To Be a Christian

The 2016 World Watch List (WWL) from Open Doors analyzes how African countries now outnumber Mideast countries on the list, affecting far more Christians numerically (though not as severely). Christian martyrdoms and destruction of churches nearly doubled during the "Year of Fear," yet only 4 of the top 10 persecuting countries rank among the 10 most violent ones. Meanwhile, the spread in severity among top persecutors shrank by half, and five countries that would have qualified for last year's list did not make this year's list because the minimum threshold of persecution is up 50 percent since 2014.

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David Bowie: The Pulse Returns to the Prodigal

But such a harsh assessment of Bowie seems not in keeping with the actions of a man who, at a key turning point in history, rallied against totalitarianism. In 1987, Bowie returned to West Berlin, where he once lived and recorded some of his best work. With his back to the Berlin Wall, he belted out “Heroes” with his band, crying out for liberty to the crowd in German. Thousands of East Berliners pressed up against the other side of the wall to hear him, and they subsequently began vigorously protesting against the Communist regime.

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WORLD | At least one American remains in Iranian prison | Jan. 16, 2016

The deal did not include freedom for Siamak Namazi, an Iranian-American businessman who advocated better ties between Iran and the U.S. He was reportedly arrested in October. U.S. officials also haven’t come any closer to learning the fate of Robert Levinson, who disappeared in Iran while working for the CIA. The Iranian government continues to claim it has no knowledge of Levinson’s whereabouts. His family received a proof-of-life video in 2011, but U.S. officials say they’re not sure Levinson, a former FBI agent, is still alive.

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I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist (Book)

Norman Geisler and Frank Turek argue, however, that Christianity is not only more reasonable than all other belief systems, but is indeed more rational than unbelief itself. With conviction and clear thinking, Geisler and Turek guide readers through some of the traditional, tested arguments for the existence of a creator God. They move into an examination of the source of morality and the reliability of the New Testament accounts concerning Jesus. The final section of the book deals with a detailed investigation of the claims of Christ. This volume will be an interesting read for those skeptical about Christianity, as well as a helpful resource for Christians seeking to articulate a more sophisticated defense of their faith. 

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Why Christians Should Engage 'Non-Christian' Art

As an amateur theater performer and full time worshiper of God, it has been a struggle for me to align artistic inclinations with the teachings of the bible. I agree that everything in His creation (including art) that points us to Him is actually good. However, we should also be reminded that the enemy is so powerful and deceitful that even what we thought as "good" art can actually lead us into something else. Intelligence and artistic taste isn't enough. Thus, we should always ask the Holy Spirit for guidance, even in considering art. This may sound too spiritual but I think it's one of the most fundamental parts of being a Christian - to live by the Spirit (Galatians 5:25).

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Grace to You

In view of yesterday’s lesson, you may be asking, “But how can I enjoy contentment and be satisfied with what I have?” You can begin by realizing God’s goodness and believing that He will take care of you since you are one of His children. You can claim again the promise in Romans 8: “God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose” (v. 28).

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National Review on Twitter

@NRO Yes, New York values. They're the reason NY released 4 of the 5 Centeral Park Gang Rapists. New York values suck.

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Christians Need to Lighten Up

The culture of hot takes and instant Facebook statuses isn’t exactly conducive to the idea of being “slow to speak and slow to become angry,” but it does provide an opportunity to show grace, humility and kindness. We can demonstrate that the way of the Gospel is different than the way of the world by not being quick to respond with biting takedowns every time something happens that "offends" us.

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Can Donald Trump Take Up the Mantle of Jerry Falwell?

It is past time we re-examine, strengthen, and add to the bachelor’s degree.  General Education could and should do so much more than it does.  The California State University is fairly typical in its General Education program in requiring that students take the equivalent of about a year and a half of work in various categories at basic and advanced levels.  Students choose among the offerings from various departments at the university.  At the level of basic skills in written and oral communication and critical thinking, the choices are fewer, but then after those three courses, choices are numerous enough that, for instance, a student’s friends are unlikely to have taken similar courses in social sciences or in humanities or in sciences.  It is common to refer to this approach as a smorgasbord approach, as choices have taken the place of a common core of courses for all. 

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Let’s take a second look at those New Year’s resolutions | Think Christian

Like any other resolution, spiritual resolutions are made to fix perceived problems. The Bible reading plan was chosen because we're tired of embarrassing ourselves at our small group. The church involvement was likely inspired by a phone call from our pastor or elder. We want to be better because it's painfully obvious that we need to be. So we make resolutions because everyone can see our spiritual fat.

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Exploding the persistant myth that Christianity impeded the growth of science.

The second myth about the rise of science is that Westerners only picked up the baton from the ancient Greeks, or, as has been more recently alleged, the Islamic caliphate. The undefended corollary of the idea that the Church has held back scientific progress is that we must look outside Christendom to discover the origin of modern science. In reality, modern science is qualitatively different from the natural philosophy practiced by the likes of Aristotle or Avicenna. Aristotle started from the passive observation of nature and then built up a system based on rational argument. This had two enormous disadvantages: Compared to controlled experiments, passive observation is usually misleading, and not even Aristotle’s powers of reason could prevent blunders in his arguments.

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Authentic Faith Is Eager for Christ

There is a phony faith that wants only escape from hell, but has no desire for Christ. That does not save. And it does not produce an eager expectation for Christ to come. It would rather that Christ not come for as long as possible so that it can have as much of this world as possible.

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Trump's New York Values

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Navigating Trials in the New America

The church in America is slowly awakening from the distortion of 350 years of dominance and prosperity. Until recently, being a Christian in America has been viewed as normal, good, patriotic, culturally acceptable, even beneficial. By and large, being a Christian has generally resulted in things going well for you. At least this has been true for what used to be called the WASPs — white Anglo-Saxon Protestants. But also for others in greater or lesser degrees.

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Wheaton, Hawkins: Let Us Reason Together, Please

5. Diversity on Christian campuses. White males no longer reflect the racial and ethnic makeup of contemporary Christianity. It’s a diverse movement, and evangelical institutions will be better for reflecting that. A large subtext of this controversy—to many, the main text—is that Hawkins is not only a woman but also African American. Losing her would diminish the school in many ways, as Wheaton administrators surely know.

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Lila Rose on Twitter

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Galatians 6

11  See with what large letters I am writing to you j with my own hand. 12  k It is those who want to make a good showing in the flesh l who would force you to be circumcised, and only m in order that they may not be persecuted for the cross of Christ. 13  For even those who are circumcised do not themselves keep the law, but they desire to have you circumcised that they may boast in your flesh. 14  But far be it from me to boast n except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by which 2 the world o has been crucified to me, and I to the world. 15  For p neither circumcision counts for anything, nor uncircumcision, but q a new creation. 16  And as for all who walk by this rule, r peace and mercy be upon them, and upon s the Israel of God.

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What Is God's Will For Your Life? SeanMcDowell.org

How do you find God's will for your life? And how do we make decisions in light of God's plan for our lives? In this short video, Sean briefly clarifies common confusions about God's will.

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J Warner Wallace on Instagram: “Critters are starting to move here in Montana (to learn about the Resurrection at Faith E Church) #billingsmontana #billingsmt #billings…”

49 The Goodness of God

Therefore, in verse 9, Jesus is not praising the dishonesty but the ability of the steward to recognize the generosity of his master, see what was coming, and use what he had at the time to obtain something far greater: self preservation. This is significant. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. God can condemn you to eternal damnation. It is wise to seek a way out of that. In fact, the judgment of damnation is so terrible that praise is offered to the one who in desperation seeks a way out of it. The unrighteous steward was praised for trusting in the goodness of the master.

50 Defenders Class Live | Reasonable Faith

Defenders is Dr. William Lane Craig's Sunday school class on Christian doctrine and apologetics. Join leading Christian scholar Dr. Craig as he carefully and articulately teaches a comprehensive survey course from the Doctrine of God to the Doctrine of the Last Things, explaining Christian apologetic arguments along the way. Click on the link to watch live on Sunday mornings at 11:30 EST or to enjoy archived classes at your convenience.

51 If it is so obvious that Jesus is the Messiah, why didn't the disciples understand it?
52 Debunking 4 Myths About Religious Freedom
53 Poll shows more than half of under 40s have no religion - premier
54 Westminster Abbey lit up in London light festival - premier
55 The long and short of sermons: 4 keys to keeping your hearers engaged
56 Josh McDowell on Twitter
57 How Long Is a Day?
58 @louiegiglio on Instagram: “H A B I T / / P A R T 2 Pursuing what lasts in a world that's constantly changing. Today @passioncity. 10 / 12:30 / 5”
59 A Prayer for Resting in God’s Enduring Love in Our Unstable World
60 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily
61 The Gospel Stirs Stuff Up and Sorts Stuff Out
62 Stories of God's Grace: Meet John
63 US Episcopal Church defiant on primates meeting: 'Nothing will change' - premier
64 Wait, the coin didn't flip?
65 Other Religious Writings
66 Iran prisoner release: Pastor Saeed Abedini to get medical treatment in Germany - premier
67 Contradictions: Who Destroyed Sodom?
68 Amy Orr-Ewing on Twitter
69 Racial Harmony and Interracial Marriage
70 Who’s Number One in the Universe?
71 When Life Changes in a Moment
72 The Spirit of the Red Letters and "Progressive Evangelicalism"
73 http://rickwarren.org/devotional/english/you-learn-your-purpose-through-relationships
74 For the Doctrine of the Trinity by R.C. Sproul | January 16, 2016
75 Christianity Promotes Rational (and Evidential) Exploration
76 David Bowie: The Pulse Returns to the Prodigal
77 The FAQs: Anglican Communion ‘Suspends’ Episcopal Church
78 Jimmy Carter Has Nearly Eradicated Guinea Worm
79 https://www.crossway.org/books/things-not-seen-tpb/
80 Revenge as misdirection in The Revenant | Think Christian
81 Study: early sexual activity has a negative impact on relationship quality and stability
82 Lauren Chandler on Twitter
83 Supreme Court: Florida's Death Penalty System Is Unconstitutional
84 Atheist Michael Shermer tries to rationally ground morality in debate with Frank Turek
85 6 Reasons ‘The Supremacy of God in Preaching’ Remains Relevant 25 Years Later
86 Albert Mohler on Twitter
87 J Warner Wallace on Instagram: “Great fun answering questions after today's Big Sky Worldview Forum. #worldview #worldviews #christianworldview #christianity #apologetics…”
88 Keeping the Gospel Soundtrack on Repeat
89 WORLD | U.S. missionary killed in Burkina Faso attack | Lynde Langdon | Jan. 16, 2016