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How Do You Watch Media with Wisdom and Discernment?

What's the key to watching or reading the news critically? How should Christians approach media? Sean offers 3 quick tips for watching media biblically.

Are Prophecy and Tongues Alive Today?

Christian ministry is unavoidably supernatural because Christ equips our ministry by his Spirit. How should we understand the controversial gifts of prophecy and tongues today?

Reasons To Believe : Like a Fish Out of Water: Why I’m Skeptical of the Evolutionary Paradigm

“Mainstream” scientists view biological evolution as the organizing principle in biology. In fact, Russian geneticist Theodosius Dobzhansky famously wrote, “Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.” 1 So when I question evolutionary explanations, I become an outsider. I am outside the fish bowl, looking in. Because I’m a biochemist, my critics accuse me of being either dishonest or incompetent. Why else would I question the “fact” of evolution in the face of the overwhelming evidence for common descent? They claim that theological—not scientific—motivations fuel my skepticism.

Lecrae Confesses Abortion, Invites Others into the Light

Lecrae shares his personal story of abortion by recounting his sinful relationship with a past girlfriend and rejoicing in the hope of the gospel.

Watch Johnnyswim Perform ‘First Try’ on ‘Conan’

Husband and wife duo Johnnyswim stopped by Conan last night, and played the song “First Try” from their hit new album Georgica Pond. The duo was featured in the most recent issue of RELEVANT, where they talked about faith, the inspiration for the new album and how they started making music together.

How to be a Christian Ambassador in Troubled Times - Apologetics Guy

Living in Troubled Times Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s, I seem to recall some Christians who saw engaging the culture more like fighting a “culture war” for Jesus. But things have changed over the past few decades. Today, we find ourselves in the position of a cultural minority in our country. The question is, “How should we …

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Donald Trump to Swear on Two Bibles, Including Abraham Lincoln's, at Inauguration Ceremony

President-elect Donald Trump will swear on two different Bibles during his inauguration ceremony at the United States Capitol on Friday, one of which will be the same Bible used by Abraham Lincoln during his first inauguration.

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Apologetics and Your Kids: Avoiding Lazy Thinking

Last time I drew attention to some fallacious ideas which circulate on the airwaves and in popular culture. There are many more. In fact, even Christians have manufactured some pretty misleading mottoes and aphorisms which they use as watchwords instead of Scripture. Perhaps I’ll come back to that later, but right now I want to press on with the subject of worldviews.

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The latest news and thoughts for the apologetic-minded Christian. by TC Apologetics

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Theology Can Blind You to God

When we study the 27 times Mark mentions the scribes and Pharisees, we learn how even theology can be twisted to blind us to God and rob us of real life and joy when our systems become lackeys of our sin. Consider these six flags that our theology might be leading us away from him.

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The Story of Reality: Apologist Greg Koukl Discusses His New Book

Nowadays, people have a habit of relativizing religion, reducing it “your truth” versus “my truth” versus “their truth,” and that’s the end of it. But as I say in the book, “If the Story is not accurate to reality, it’s not any kind of truth at all. So it can never be ‘my truth’ or ‘your truth,’ even though we may believe it. It can only be our delusion or our mistake or our error, but it can never be our ‘truth.”” (32) I want people to see that Christianity claims to be true in the deep sense, and if it isn’t, then it solves nothing at all.

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Case-Making 101: Why Do We Need Christian Case-Makers?

Just as the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle are difficult to put together without the picture on the box top, the many diverse pieces of life make no sense without some kind of unifying big picture. The question is, does anyone have the box top to this puzzle we call life? 

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One Reason You Should Begin A Religious Search With Christianity

One of my all-time favorite lectures on Christianity and religious pluralism was by Craig Hazen of Biola University.  In it, he sets out some deceptive simple ideas that most Christians do not have a clue about.  What he does is paint the picture of Christianity that we all know, but juxtaposes it against other religions in a way that is startling.  You are left realizing that Christians rarely appreciate what we have.

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More Archaeological Evidence for the Bible's Historical Accuracy

For over two centuries liberal skeptics of an inerrant Bible have challenged the Bible’s historical accounts. Archaeological digs in Israel over the past hundred years, however, have been silencing these critics, artifact discovery by artifact discovery, making an ever stronger case for the complete reliability and inerrancy of the Bible’s historical narratives and geographical descriptions.

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Northern Ireland abortion laws 'save 100,000 lives' - Premier

More than 100,000 people are alive today because the 1967 Abortion Act was not implemented in Northern Ireland, a new campaign group has estimated.

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The Briefing 01-18-17 - AlbertMohler.com

Throughout the entire process, Manning became something of a cause célèbre for the left, a focus of a great deal of popularity and of cultural attention, and it was for at least three reasons. First of all, Manning was understood to have delivered an attack upon the United States military. That in itself was popular amongst many on the left who opposed United States military activities in the Middle East. Secondly, there was a great deal of attention, of applause, on the left for Julian Assange and for the WikiLeaks movement that he led. You would now note that that was before Assange and WikiLeaks were understood to play a part against Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election campaign. But you’ll also note there was a third reason, and that has to do with the LGBT revolution and the fact that Chelsea Manning, as the inmate is now known, became a poster child for the gender transition movement and for legal and cultural pressure upon the United States military to accept transgender troops and to eventually pay for the gender reassignment surgery.

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Understanding Adam’s Fall - Christian Research Institute

Now we cannot know what would have happened if someone else is in the Garden in their place. We know this that our identity is bound up in the identity of Adam and Eve. We have all fallen into sin because of Adam’s sin. He is our representative but the beautiful thing is that if we receive the second Adam, and in Scripture the second Adam is Jesus Christ, then Jesus Christ will come into our hearts and restore the relationship that was broken by Adam’s sin (Rom. 5:15-21; 1 Cor. 15:20-22, 45).

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Researchers Have Found a Way to Create Phones With Built-In Fire Extinguishers

You may remember last year when Samsung had to recall an entire line of phones because the lithium-ion batteries were causing them to blow up. Batteries are designed to store a lot of energy and release it over time. But with the Samsung phones, something would malfunction and that energy would release all at once and turn the once seemingly harmless phone into a miniature bomb.

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Belle Is a Better Disney Princess Than Cinderella, According to Emma Watson

There's this kind of outsider quality that Belle had, and the fact she had this really empowering defiance of what was expected of her. In a strange way, she challenges the status quo of the place she lives in, and I found that really inspiring. She manages to keep her integrity and have a completely independent point of view. She's not easily swayed by other people's perspective—not swayed by fear-mongering or scapegoating.

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Compassion Has 'Very Little Hope' for India, Sets Deadline to Shut Down Sponsorships

“Our staff in the India field offices have stretched every last penny beyond what we thought possible to extend the programs for our children, while we in parallel explored alternative delivery methods to provide funds, yet a solution has not been discovered within the needed timeframe,” stated Compassion’s email to donors.

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1/14/17

Frank interviews his good friend and author Greg Koukl about his latest book. Biblical Christianity is more than just another private religious view. It’s more than just a personal relationship with God or a source of moral teaching. Christianity is a picture of reality. It explains why the world is the way it is. When the pieces of this puzzle are properly assembled, we see the big picture clearly. Christianity is a true story of how the world began, why the world is the way it is, what role humans play in the drama, and how all the plotlines of the story are resolved in the end. In The Story of Reality, best-selling author and host of Stand to Reason, Gregory Koukl, explains the five words that form the narrative backbone of the Christian story.

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Singleness: My Only Companion

My perpetual state of singleness is an enigma, but it is not for lack of trying. I’m certainly not a hermit. I travel, take in festivals, go to events, enjoy concerts, and attend academic talks to satisfy my intellectual curiosity. I’ve even tried online dating, which only resulted in “situationships”—those faux relationships that revolve on an axis of grey, refusing to be black or white, constrained by an unspoken mutual attraction and enmeshed with all the anxiety and heartbreak that comes with a relationship. Yet after enduring all of it for four to six months—or even a year—heartbreak and sorrow were the only evidence that something had transpired (despite the absence of the “girlfriend” title).

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Christians feared dead in accidental bombing of Nigeria refugee camp - Premier

It's feared Christian refugees will be among more than 100 people killed after a Nigerian Air Force fighter jet mistakenly bombed a refugee camp.

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Why Are There So Many Atheists on College Campuses?

For the last several years I have done a lot of outreach on a major college campus. I have also been the director r of an apologetics ministry as well. On the college campus where I am there are a lot of atheists. One a weekly basis, I must talk to at least four to five atheists a week. Of course, I also talk to plenty of agnostics as well. But over the years I have seen several patterns emerge. In other words, when I probe deeper and ask students why they are atheists or how they define their atheism, I see the same things. So here is what I continue to see:

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“Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child”- A biblical view of disciplining children?

Prov 23:13 sure sounds like the rod is something that brings pain – but not to the point of death. Why else say it won’t kill him? If Solomon was envisioning a rod that gently moves someone back on to the right path, saying the use of the rod won’t kill them sounds out of place and excessive. Who would ever say, “Guiding them in the right direction will not kill them”? No, but we do so, “Spanking him won’t kill him.” In other words, the physical safety of the child is not at risk by spanking them, but refusing to spank him will result in something worse. As for the corporeal punishment reading of Prov 23:13 contradicting Exodus 21:20, I don’t see it. Exodus isn’t saying that striking people with a rod always produces death. Indeed, verse 21 speaks of surviving the beating. But surely we ought not to think that any use of a rod for correction must exhibit the excessive sort that Exodus is referring to. Surely in the case of Exodus it is the intensity and length of the beating that leads to death or excessive physical harm. The use of the rod Solomon envisions is clearly not of that intensity or duration.

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The Word of God with Carl Amari – Part 2 - Christian Research Institute

On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank welcomes back Carl Amari, producer of The Word of God Audio Bible New Testament. Hank and Carl discuss the two years of production excellence that went into this dramatic audio theater presentation, including original sound effects, music score, and world-class Christian actors, all directed by a Bible scholar in order to make the Scriptures come alive. Hank also answers the following questions: Can you explain 2 Samuel 7:10? Since the Jews were already in the land of Israel, is this a prophecy concerning the future? Is saying Jesus is divine the same as saying Jesus is God? I know the Bible says to honor your father and mother, but my parents were abusive alcoholics, and when I got older, I had a fight with my mother. Can I receive forgiveness from Christ? In the interview with Carl, he said one of the actors prays to Mary. What is your take on praying to Mary? Download and Listen

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The New Corded Phone

“Even if young adults work hard to mask their feelings, the 24/7 stream of social media and the ever-presence of smartphones become a roller coaster of banality, plan-making, fun, disappointment, stress, hope, pride, loneliness, distraction, showing off, pressure, and a million other things,” Freitas writes. “On the surface, this sounds very human. Any social situation can be wonderful and fun or stressful and awful, and everything in between. Life is messy and angst-ridden, full of unexpected potholes, words better left unspoken, and painful disappointments, just as it is full of joy and love and those moments that no one ever wants to forget. Social media reflects this reality. But it doesn’t just reflect this reality. It adds another dimension to it, enhancing this reality by making it public and constant” (249).

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Women’s March Sets Out to Exclude 40 Percent of American Women

Because of both my faith and my feminism together, I believe in advocating for life, more than ever… I want women to be safe and I want babies to be born. I want all of the reasons why women abort to cease, to be healed, to be legislated right out. So I want equal pay and decent healthcare for low-income women that includes contraception and supportive partners and a wide availability of midwives and supportive birth environments and real material support for children who are differently abled in mind or body and at least a year of maternity leave and on and on and on.

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The Myth of Influence

In the March 7, 1998, issue of the Los Angeles Times , the Religion section featured an article entitled, “L.A.-Area Seminary Teachers Gather to Ponder the Truth.” For the fourth year, the Skirball Institute on American Values drew five seminaries together for discussion: St. John’s Seminary of the Los Angeles Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church, Hebrew Union College of Reform Judaism, the University of Judaism of Conservative Judaism, Claremont School of Theology with liberal Protestant connections, and Fuller Theological Seminary with evangelical roots. The article quotes several participants on the positive character of the meeting. The comments of the moderator, Donald E. Miller of the University of Southern California, captured the spirit of the news report: “There is more similarity of religious views among what Miller called ‘progressive’ Jews, Catholics and Protestants than there is between orthodox and progressive believers within each faith.”

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Why did the early church decide to indoctrinate a canon of New Testament books in the first place?

What about the curious case of 1 Enoch? This book is an “apocalyptic collection of narratives and visions ascribed to Enoch (Gen 5:18 –24), through which Enoch receives wisdom from God.” (4) What’s interesting about this particular book is that Jude quotes from it in Jude 14-15, even calling it prophecy. The book was widely known and used in the time before Christ, but there are no Jewish or Christian traditions that accept it as scripture other than the Ethiopian Orthodox church. Why? The simple answer is that during the prayerful process of declaring books canon, the early church never felt that they “received” Enoch as scripture like they did for the other books. (Not to mention that 1 Enoch has authorial discrepancies and a severe number of contradictions against the rest of the Bible and challenges a lot of established doctrine, a subject beyond the scope of this article). That alone should be enough reason to reject Enoch as sacred scripture. The Holy Spirit did not lead the early church to receive it. Enoch has failed the criterion of Catholicity, and this criterion grows stronger against it as the years continue to tick by.

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Leland, John

John Leland (1696-1766), an English dissenting (Presbyterian) minister who settled in Dublin, well deserves Hunt’s description as “the indefatigable opponent of the whole generation of the deists.” Near the end of his life he began writing a series of letters to a friend regarding the history of the controversy, and the result was this massive work, the only tolerably complete contemporary survey of the vast literature on both sides. The casual origin of Leland’s View still shows in the disproportionate space given to the work of Lord Bolingbroke, who is no longer considered to be a major figure. But as Leland’s survey runs to over 900 pages, there is no lack of material on other deists such as Blount, Toland, Collins, Morgan, Tindal, Annet, Chubb, and Hume, in each case citing copiously from the responses given to them. Students of the history of apologetics will want to supplement their reading of Leland with other works, such as the second volume of John Hunt’s Religious Thought in England [A] and Sir Leslie Stephen’s unsympathetic but extensive discussion of the deist controversy in his History of English Thought in the Eighteenth Century [A] .

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Q & A with Dr. Craig: The 'Mind-Boggling' Trinity

I would consider myself agnostic but have a question regarding the probability of God as accepted by the majority of the Christian community: Aren't the odds of a triune god beyond astronomical? To accept that there is an omnipotent, eternal being is difficult enough, but three separate beings that possess this nature? The term "mind boggling" doesn't even begin to describe the unlikelihood... Thanks!

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How Did America’s Founding Generation Read the Bible?

Dreisbach allots about three general paragraphs to the “conventional” (i.e., literal, direct) interpretation of Romans 13 and 1 Peter 2—passages that “on their face” disallow resistance to authority and had been generally understood that way for more than 1,500 years. On the other hand, he devotes an entire chapter to a creative interpretation favored by the American patriots and its historical—largely nonbiblical—genesis. Indeed, there’s scarcely a word from the Bible for 20 pages (116–135), but there’s a lot of history and political theory. Dreisbach calls this interpretation—one that relies heavily on adding words and ideas to Romans 13—a “nuanced” interpretation, and commends the work of one of its creators for its “refreshing acquaintance with political thought in the Scripture” and presentation of a “cogent” theory (124). This would be understandable in a generic study of the political thought of the founding generation, but it’s problematic in a study that specifically expresses concern for biblical context and proper interpretation of Scripture.

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Are The Gospels Written By Eyewitnesses? (Video) | Cold Case Christianity

J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold-Case Christianity, was interviewed by Bobby Conway (The One Minute Apologist) and discussed the status of the gospel authors. Are there any good reasons to believe these authors were truly eyewitnesses? (For more information related to Bobby’s great ministry, visit: http://oneminuteapologist.com/ )

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The Briefing 01-18-17 - AlbertMohler.com

Throughout the entire process, Manning became something of a cause célèbre for the left, a focus of a great deal of popularity and of cultural attention, and it was for at least three reasons. First of all, Manning was understood to have delivered an attack upon the United States military. That in itself was popular amongst many on the left who opposed United States military activities in the Middle East. Secondly, there was a great deal of attention, of applause, on the left for Julian Assange and for the WikiLeaks movement that he led. You would now note that that was before Assange and WikiLeaks were understood to play a part against Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election campaign. But you’ll also note there was a third reason, and that has to do with the LGBT revolution and the fact that Chelsea Manning, as the inmate is now known, became a poster child for the gender transition movement and for legal and cultural pressure upon the United States military to accept transgender troops and to eventually pay for the gender reassignment surgery.

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God Is the Best Explanation of the Historical Facts Concerning Jesus of Nazareth

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org Dr. Craig appears on the long-running John Ankerberg show to share five good reasons to believe God exists. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: http://www.youtube.com/reasonablefait... Follow Reasonable Faith on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Add Reasonable Faith on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reasonablefai...

38 Throwing Truth Under the Bus

Similarly, in Canada a judge just ruled that the city of Grand Prairie, Alberta was right to censor a pro-life bus ad. The reasoning was the same: The ad, which showed a live fetus in various stages of development, wasn’t “safe and welcoming” to women who’d had abortions.

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How much blood will save my soul? | HeadHeartHand Blog

Moral defilement cannot be removed by an animal. (Ps. 51:10, 16f; 1 Sam. 15:22; Ps. 50:8ff; Isa 1:11ff; 66:1ff; Jer. 7:21ff; Hos. 6:6; 14:2; Amos 5:21ff; Mic. 6:6ff). There is a great gulf fixed between animal sacrifices and human beings. It’s so disproportionate. As the Apostle reminds us three times: animal sacrifices cannot take away sin (Heb. 10:1, 4, 11). Even if every animal in the world was sacrificed for me, not one of my sins would be washed away.

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Help! My Teen Is Abandoning Christ

3. One of the most essential things to pray for is the seemingly impossible balance between brokenhearted concern for your daughter and indomitable joy in the face of this suffering: joy and grace and power and goodness of God. I know this sounds impossible, because it is humanly impossible, but nothing is impossible with God (Matthew 19:26; Luke 1:37). Your daughter, indeed, your own conscience, needs to see that she does not have the power to nullify the hope and joy that you feel in Christ. She does not need to feel that she has that power. That would be extremely false if she felt that. She needs to feel that she matters and that you are deeply sad at her spiritual condition, but she also needs to see the reality of what she is missing; namely, your indomitable enjoyment of the grace of God, the peace of God that passes understanding (Philippians 4:7), and the goodness of God and the power of God in your life. That is what she needs, and she needs to see it. That is a miracle. And only God can help you do that.

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Open Bible, Burning Hearts: Response to Andy Stanley

Rather, what I am suggesting is that Stanley’s view might rescue a doubting believer, and at the same time establish in churches and families a view of the Bible which undermines the faith of the next five generations. In view of what Jesus and the New Testament writers say about the complete trustworthiness of the Old Testament (“Scripture cannot be broken,” John 10:35), I doubt that generation after generation of teenagers could read that and yet believe at the same time that it does not matter for my faith whether the events of the Old Testament really happened.

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More God in the Daily Grind

Use these opportunities to trade stories with one another. This is not so you can drop a gospel bomb and evacuate. This is an opportunity for you to genuinely listen. People love to tell their stories, and as we listen attentively, we can prayerfully discern whether this friend has found ultimate satisfaction in God. Careful listening also opens up the door for you to share your story. You may still feel awkward and uncomfortable, but God is working through you.

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Ministry on the Alaskan Frontier

Part of our challenge in Alaska is that our cultures have changed to where our languages are dying and there’s a sense of wanting to preserve culture. I think that's a noble pursuit and a noble effort; however, the gospel is not about cultural preservation, but it's about having an identity in Christ. At the same time, every Christian witness, every Christian worship experience, is through some cultural lens. So I do find it important that we recognize that each culture can reflect God's glory in some unique way. There's dignity in every people group. That's been part of the pain. In the assimilation process, the indigenous peoples of this whole country were not treated with dignity. There's residue of colonialization still today, and being an Alaskan Native person myself, it's on my heart to affirm our culture and to affirm ways we can express our worship through our culture.

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A Guide to Basic Differences Between Left and Right | The Stream

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Lord, Increase My Capacity to Love

But none of us will prayerfully press into loving God with our entire beings, or loving our neighbor as ourselves, until we see clearly our profound lack of such love — how much we need to be filled with the Spirit of Christ in order to love like Christ. We will likely keep comparing ourselves against the low-bar of one another, and often feeling like we’re doing relatively okay, until we invite the Spirit of Jesus to examine us. His questions always penetrate deeper. “Do you love others as I have loved you?” “Do unbelievers know you are my disciple by the way you love the Christians I have given you to love?”

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