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Kenneth Miller Steps on Darwin's Achilles Heel

In my last three posts ( here , here , and here ) I showed that Miller's claims concerning the evolution of the chloroquine-transporting protein PfCRT of malaria were at best contrary to strong experimental evidence and at worst simply wrong. That section occupied less than a third of his essay. Now I'll move on to the remaining two-thirds. Mercifully, that can be dealt with more briefly here, because in previous writings I have already answered almost all the objections he raises. For most of that final portion Miller simply calls on the prominent biologists Sean Carroll and Joseph Thornton for help. My answers to Carroll's old arguments are here and here .

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The Christian Post on Twitter

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Birmingham and Beyond: Racial Tensions in America (Part 1 of 3)

Carolyn McKinstry discusses her experiences during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, including her survival of several violent clashes resulting from racial tensions. (Part 1 of 3) Also, Jim Daly talks briefly with Rep. Trent Franks about an important congressional vote to protect preborn babies which is scheduled to occur this Thursday, Jan. 22. 

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Rightly Handle God’s Word

To preach and teach God’s Word is the primary task of elders (1 Timothy 4:6–16; 2 Timothy 2:15). It was for that purpose that they were given to the church (Ephesians 4:11–12). While all believers are responsible to pass on the truths they have learned in God’s Word, not all have gifts for preaching and teaching (1 Corinthians 12:29). Those who aspire to pastoral duty, however, must be so gifted.

5 The Birth of Hedonism: The Cyrenaic Philosophers and Pleasure as a Way of Life // Reviews // Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews // University of Notre Dame

Fourth, a word on Cyrenaic eudaimonism versus anti-eudaimonism. Lampe explains how the Cyrenaic conception of the telos as living pleasantly fulfills three Aristotelian conditions on a specific telos -- finality, comprehensiveness, and sufficiency -- in a nutshell as follows: a pleasant life is final insofar as "all other practical decisions are traceable to this end"; it is comprehensive insofar as "it subsumes and organizes all the subordinate ends"; and it is sufficient insofar as "we desire nothing further." (86) My question is how these points square with the claim in the doxography that pleasure is intrinsically choiceworthy ( hairetê kath' or di' hautên ). Lampe suggests that "intrinsically worth choosing" is to be understood as that which self-evidently motivates pursuit. (42) (I'd note that since the Cyrenaics admit that our motivations may be variously corrupted, this view might need refinement to specify what naturally as well as self-evidently motivates pursuit.) In any case, it appears to follow that happiness is not intrinsically choiceworthy. That is a surprising result.

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How incest exposes the emptiness of "marriage equality"

I hope this is not a reduction of egalitarianism to those who misrepresent it by advocating conduct condemned by the word of God. In 1985 I had five cases of incest come to me. I had encountered such previous to that time as a social worker in Missouri and Kentucky. In any case, the problem seemed overwhelming. As a result I enrolled in the first distance learning program for a graduate degree in counseling established by Liberty University. During that two year program I wrote a paper on the subject which resulted in my being assigned that pathology as a member of a counseling staff at senior high school. In any case, to blame equality for aberrations is the same as to blame complementarism for those marriages where the father has used his position to sexually abuse his children – and incest is sexual abuse no matter how nice, etc. The trauma, and it is trauma, so disrupts the child’s life that he or she has problems of many kinds through out their adult years, e. g., promiscuity, inability to be industrious and to hold down a job. The real point is that complementarianism involves checks and balances just as egalitarianism does, I.

7 If Capital Punishment Is Biblical, Why Didn't God Punish Moses or David in That Way? - Stand to Reason Blog

If Capital Punishment Is Biblical, Why Didn't God Punish Moses or David in That Way?

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Why I signed that evangelical scientists’ letter on climate change | Think Christian

Based on the reasons that Dr. Carlson gave here it seems to me that we should find any and every cause that could potentially cause some impact to the environment/world or our children and petition the government to look more critically at it. If we decide to ask the government to regulate every thing which impacts our world and environment there is no end to the petitions we would need to write. While I certainly agree that we should take the stewardship of the Earth very seriously as a God given command we should not automatically seek to ask the government to look more critically at every issue which may have an impact on how wise of stewards we are. Stewardship and posterity are good reasons to look closely at an issue, but I also think hard data is first needed to even determine if this is an issue or not. Otherwise I am emotionally reacting to any subject I want to pull out of the air and petition the government about. Just my thoughts.

9 The Briefing 01-19-15

Supreme Court takes up same-sex marriage cases in political climate friendly to the issue

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What Happens to a Woman's Brain When She Becomes a Mother

Even before a woman gives birth, pregnancy tinkers with the very structure of her brain, several neurologists told me. After centuries of observing behavioral changes in new mothers, scientists are only recently beginning to definitively link the way a woman acts with what's happening in her prefrontal cortex, midbrain, parietal lobes, and elsewhere. Gray matter becomes more concentrated. Activity increases in regions that control empathy, anxiety, and social interaction. On the most basic level, these changes, prompted by a flood of hormones during pregnancy and in the postpartum period, help attract a new mother to her baby. In other words, those maternal feelings of overwhelming love, fierce protectiveness, and constant worry begin with reactions in the brain.

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NASA Has Released The Largest Picture Ever Taken And It Will Shake Up Your Universe

NASA Has Released The Largest Picture Ever Taken And It Will Shake Up Your Universe

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CROSS 2015

Is Satan winning? Between the growing hostility to Christianity in America and the troubling reality of unbelief among thousands of unreached people groups abroad, it’s easy to feel as if the gospel is losing ground to the powers of sin and hell. And yet Jesus, in Matthew 28:18, said, “all authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.” For that reason, God’s people, despite discouraging circumstances and the very real prospect of suffering, have the greatest reason for confidence and even joy. We serve an omnipotent God whose gospel kingdom is indomitable.

13 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily, by Greg West: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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Michael Moore calls snipers 'cowards' on Twitter - CNN.com

(CNN) Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore pronounced that "snipers aren't heroes" in a tweet on Sunday as "American Sniper," the Oscar-nominated biopic of a former Navy SEAL and sharpshooter, won the weekend box office.

15 Grace to You Radio

Jesus said if you want to see the kingdom of God, you must be born again. So what does it mean to be born a second time—to be regenerated? Find out in John MacArthur’s new study, The Second Birth .

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Pope Francis insists same-sex marriage 'disfigures God's plan for creation'

Pope Francis has said “the family is threatened” by the efforts of those seeking to “redefine the very institution of marriage”, in a reference to same-sex marriage campaigners.

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9 Things You Need to Know About Widows

A grieving widow needs gospel-drenched compassion and not pity. While compassion walks beside the bereaved, pity stands off at a safe distance. The day my husband collapsed, my boss—a physician and head of a busy community clinic—canceled his appointments immediately and came to the hospital. He looked after my in-laws with uncanny tenderness and prayed with them. When my children came in from out of town, he wrapped his arms around them both and shed tears as I told them their dad was not expected to survive. To offer compassion in any circumstance is to share in another’s suffering, and in so doing, we mirror the suffering of Christ on our behalf.    

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How Martin Luther King's faith drove his activism

The American Dream is individualistic. King's dream was collective. The American Dream says, "I can engage in upward mobility and live the good life." King's dream was fundamentally Christian. His commitment to radical love had everything to do with his commitment to Jesus of Nazareth, and his dream had everything to do with community, with a "we" consciousness that included poor and working people around the world, not just black people.

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Mummy Mask May Reveal Oldest Known Gospel

The team originally hoped the volume would be published in 2013 or 2014, but the date had to be moved back to 2015. Evans said he is uncertain why the book's publication was delayed, but the team has made use of the extra time to conduct further studies into the first-century gospel. "The benefit of the delay is that when it comes out, there will be additional information about it and other related texts."

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Abortion and Race

Abortion, by the numbers, is a racist institution. That's not to say that all or even most of those who support abortion are racists. Nor does it imply that there are not racists among those who oppose abortion. This statement has nothing to do with agendas or intent. It has everything to do with the simple, undeniable reality that in the United States, abortion kills minority children at more than three times the rate of non-Hispanic, white children. The Reverend Clenard H. Childress calls this phenomenon "black genocide," and has built a national ministry around its exposure. Alveda C. King, daughter of slain civil-rights leader A.D. King and niece of Martin Luther King, Jr. , quotes her uncle often when outlining her opposition of abortion. She writes :

21
NFL Probes Whether Patriots Deflated Footballs: Report

According to the NFL's 2014 rule book, game balls are to be inflated with between 12.5 and 13.5 pounds of air.

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Five Benefits of Faithful Preaching

In the church, preaching is that holy half hour each week when the assembly of the redeemed closes her collective mouth, opens her ear and heart, and listens to the uninterrupted voice of her Husband, through his appointed mouthpiece, fallible though the messenger be. This weekend, see if you can rise above your familiarity with your regular preacher, and be ready to expect some amazing things when Christ’s herald steps to the pulpit and is faithful to his word, laying out the kindling for the fire of his Spirit.

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I hear it all the time from pastors and church leaders, “If we just had someone who could give...

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Duke vs. Franklin Graham: Which Christian Spaces Are Off-Limits to Muslim Worship?

Duke’s Islamic studies director Omid Safi wrote , “I so wished that this could be a day to honor and highlight the generosity of Christian friends—including the office of Religious Life at Duke—in opening up the chapel to Muslims for the call to prayer.” He argued that Christians are not marginalized at a school that houses a chapel, includes a cross on its emblem, and even designed a portion of its campus in the shape of a cross.

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Cultural Capitulation on Homosexuality Is Not Courageous

It’s not surprising that EastLake is an early adopter. Seattle has a higher percentage of gay-couple households than San Francisco–1 in 17 couples living together in the city is gay. Nearly all of Meeks’ 30 staff members are under the age of 35 and plugged in to cultural shifts. But theologically, it is daring. If evangelicalism is famous for anything, it is opposition to homosexuality. For Meeks, that’s all the more reason to take a stand. “We talk about it in D-Day terms,” he says. “So many other pastors are afraid, trying to figure the upside. Perhaps our contribution is to die to let others take the beach.”

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‘Selma’: American History, Raw and Honest

Selma is much more than Black history. It is American history. It is our history. Within all of us we understand the fight and struggle for change in order to make a better life for those who will come after us—even if that means that we won’t live to see that change. Selma is not a movie for African Americans. It’s a movie for all Americans.

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Today I’m Grateful for Dr. King

“Now there is a final reason I think that Jesus says, "Love your enemies." It is this: that love has within it a redemptive power. And there is a power there that eventually transforms individuals. Just keep being friendly to that person. Just keep loving them, and they can’t stand it too long. Oh, they react in many ways in the beginning. They react with guilt feelings, and sometimes they’ll hate you a little more at that transition period, but just keep loving them. And by the power of your love they will break down under the load. That’s love, you see. It is redemptive, and this is why Jesus says love. There’s something about love that builds up and is creative. There is something about hate that tears down and is destructive. So love your enemies" (from “Loving Your Enemies” sermon, 1957) .

28 The Counter Culture Daily

The Counter Culture Daily, by Alex Murashko: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

29 Here’s Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘I Have Dream’ Speech in Its Entirety

O n August 28, 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered one of the most important speeches in modern history. The 17 minutes that he took to the podium during the March on Washington would go on to change the course of American history, and continues to inspire advocates of justice, human rights and racial reconciliation to this day. Watching the speech is a powerful reminder of why Dr. King’s legacy as a civil rights icon and social justice leader must never be forgotten ...

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The Most Segregated Hour of the Week?

At its necessary core, the civil rights movement dealt with law, for which I, as a black man, am forever grateful. But at its corresponding core, race is not a matter of law; it is a matter of the heart. Forced legislation cannot reform a wayward heart, it is only the gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. And it is because the church has been entrusted as the stewards of this sacred gospel that we must pick up where Dr. King and his lieutenants left off. Our battle is not ultimately with structures (though there is systemic injustice, which the church must address), as much as it is with the reformation of the heart.

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Stop Trying to Change the People You Love

Such a great article, God sets an example, sometimes he miraculously changes people's hearts, but Paul kept being passionate, before he just was passionate about the wrong things. In a relationship God doesn't change your behaviour towards your partner, you do. Those who feel otherwise accept a fatalistic view of life and determination, those who feel they are responsible for their own Christian growth and maturity realise they are inspired by God to change, to love their partner as Christ loves the church. You have to treat your partner with kindness and respect, if you don't it leads to "love" contrary to what is Biblical. You might even deny a loved one water or food, if you do not follow Christ's example of love in this matter and how God describes and shows love to us. You have to decide for yourself to love like He does.

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Today I’m Grateful for Dr. King

“Now there is a final reason I think that Jesus says, "Love your enemies." It is this: that love has within it a redemptive power. And there is a power there that eventually transforms individuals. Just keep being friendly to that person. Just keep loving them, and they can’t stand it too long. Oh, they react in many ways in the beginning. They react with guilt feelings, and sometimes they’ll hate you a little more at that transition period, but just keep loving them. And by the power of your love they will break down under the load. That’s love, you see. It is redemptive, and this is why Jesus says love. There’s something about love that builds up and is creative. There is something about hate that tears down and is destructive. So love your enemies" (from “Loving Your Enemies” sermon, 1957) .

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The Measure You Use

Do you see what Jesus calls worriers? He calls us “little faiths.” Our worry is an insult to God’s character. When we worry we are not believing the truth about God. We are doubting that he sees, that he knows, that he cares, that he is more than able. Faith is more than a vague notion that Jesus existed and we are going to heaven if we ask him into our hearts. Faith is a practical way of looking at the world. Biblical faith extends to all of life, not merely to the salvation of our souls. When we worry, we are telling God, “I don’t trust you to run my life. I don’t think you’re really in control. I had better worry about these things. I need to do everything to take care of myself, because I’m not sure you will.” But think about it: God takes care of wild animals. He takes care of wild flowers. He even takes care of grass. Why wouldn’t he take care of you?

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Darrell Bock is on a Mission From God to Change the Way Evangelicals Engage Culture. Can It Work?

This does not mean that there is no role for confrontation. However it does mean that that confrontation should never forget that the ultimate goal is to call people to consider entering into the grace of God. God's own style of engagement was to send His Son to die for those who stood opposed to Him. I think the church in its effort to fight the culture wars has forgotten that the goal is not to conquer in a beat them down kind of victory, but to win the person over who we are engaging. This means that our love for those we challenge should never be absent. We are appealing to people made in the image of God to reconnect with Him. That core goal should lead to a tone that knows how to challenge while extending the opportunity for invitation. In doing so we also need to be clear that people are accountable to their Creator. Nonetheless he is a Creator who has gone to great lengths to show that he cares. We are to model that combination, being sure to show that the grace of God welcomes a person who humbly acknowledges his or her need for what only God can provide.

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Colton Burpo Says His 'Heaven Is for Real' Story is True

Colton Burpo, the subject of the book-turned-movie "Heaven is for Real," says he stands by his story and that Jesus "really, really loves you," just days after another boy, Alex Malarkey, who had also claimed to have visited heaven and had a book based on his experience, revealed that he lied.

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01. Isn't religion just a psychological crutch?

Dr. Andy Bannister ( bit.ly/andybannister ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Isn't religion just a psychological crutch?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out "Unapologetic: Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense" by Francis Spufford ( bit.ly/13y9c4d ).

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What Is the Best Argument for the Existence of God?

Though the transcendental argument for God is deductively sound, not all atheists will be convinced upon hearing it. It may take time for them to even understand the argument in the first place. As I write this chapter, I am in the midst of an electronic exchange with an atheist who has not yet fully grasped the argument. Real-life discussions on this issue take time. But even if the atheist fully understands the argument, he may not be convinced. We must remember that there is a difference between proof and persuasion. Proof is objective, but persuasion is subjective. The transcendental argument does indeed objectively prove that God exists. However, that does not mean that the atheists will necessarily cry “uncle.” Atheists are strongly motivated to not believe in the biblical God—a God who is rightly angry at them for their treason against Him.

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The Sacred-Secular Divide Is Pure Fiction

It is pure invention [fiction] that pope, bishops, priests, and monks are called the "spiritual estate" while princes, lords, artisans, and farmers are called the "temporal estate." This is indeed a piece of deceit and hypocrisy. Yet no one need be intimated by it, and for this reason: all Christians are truly of the "spiritual estate," and there is no difference among them except that of office. Paul says in 1 Corinthians 12:12-13 that we are all one body, yet every member has its own work by which it serves the others. This is because we all have one baptism, one gospel, one faith, and are all Christians alike; for baptism, gospel, and faith alone make us spiritual and a Christian people.

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Islamophobia? Americans Voice Their Freedom of Speech, Descend on 'Stand With the Prophet' in Texas to Protest Shariah Law, ISIS

GARLAND, Texas — Protesters holding signs against Shariah Law and the Islamic State shouted "go back home" toward Muslims as their cars crept past to enter the "Stand with the prophet against hate and terror" event that aims to "challenge growing Islamophobia in American society," which was held less than two weeks after Parisians' lives were rattled by terrorist attacks committed by radical Islamic jihadists that left 17 people dead.

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WORLD | Teaching their sons to sever heads | John Piper | Jan. 17, 2015

Editor’s note: In the tradition of early British and American journalists who composed news poems that were printed rapidly and sold on streets for a penny, John Piper has composed a news poem inspired by ISIS militants teaching young boys their terrorist ways.

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Worthy of double honor | Expository advocating – Part 1

There are a host of ways you can pray for your pastor: Pray that he would conduct himself wisely in a life of obedience that remains above reproach (1 Tim 3:2); pray that he would love and be faithful to his wife (Eph 5:25-33); pray that he would raise his children in the fear and admonition of the Lord (Eph 6:4); pray that he would love the Lord with all his heart, soul, mind and strength (Mk 12:30); pray that he would faithfully shepherd the flock of God (1 Pet 5:1-3); pray that he would flee temptation (1 Thess 4:3-8); pray that he would be a man of unceasing prayer (Eph 6:18) and pray that he would bind himself to the Scriptures and commit himself to expounding the Word of God rather than his own opinions (2 Tim 4:1-4). This list is by no means exhaustive, but there is no better place to start than by praying God’s own words for your pastor.

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WORLD | Did Colonial America have abortions? Yes, but … | Marvin Olasky | Jan. 17, 2015

There is much more in the colonial records, but even this group of episodes shows why colonial officials expressed concern about the number of unmarried woman servants who had “been gotten with child” and then compounded the crime with killing. Maidservants repeatedly were urged to maintain chastity or at least to demand, prior to intercourse, a written promise of marriage. (If the evidence satisfied the court, an unmarried freeman had to marry her or “recompense her abuse.”) Courts in Virginia showed sympathy to female servants: When Margaret Connor charged her master with attempting to “prostitute her body to him,” the court accepted the charge and forced her master to provide a cash bond to secure good behavior. But infant killings continued. The case of one unmarried woman, Anne Barbery, who was called up “upon suspicion of felony” when her baby died shortly after birth, had hundreds of echoes. (Miss Barbery had hid her newborn in a tobacco house and said she had planned to take the baby to Joseph Edlow, the father of the child. There was no mark on the baby, and since the child may have died from lack of proper care, the accused received thirty lashes but was not convicted of murder.

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Harmony on Earth

To summarize, even if the problem of segregation is purely economic, the solution of integration has offered unclear results at best. But what if the problem is not merely economic? What if, in line with Ethel Lawrence, we began not by simply valuing integration for the economic equality it is believed to produce, but because it is a more faithful conceptualization of God’s Kingdom? What if we recognized that as image bearers of a loving, creative, and relational God—that knowing more of others would actually allow us to know more of God? What if exposure to different people (backgrounds, experiences, cultures and so on) provided a full palette of social expressions by which to identify myself, allowing me to reconstitute my identity in a healthy, more faithful manner?

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30 Quick Tips for Social Media for Churches and Nonprofits

Today, I’m shooting from the hip and offering some practical, do-able tips for using social media on the ground. These are based on my observations of what I’ve seen work, what I’ve seen done poorly, and what I believe is on the horizon. So…

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Why Is Leaving the Gay Lifestyle for Jesus and Traditional Marriage So Controversial? (Part 1)

TLC's "My Husband's Not Gay" special has caused a great deal of reaction and raised questions about homosexuality and same-sex attraction. McKrae Game, a self-described former homosexual, spoke with The Christian Post about his own experience with the gay lifestyle and working with others wanting to leave that life for a more meaningful relationship with God.

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Manny Pacquiao Says Hearing God's Voice Changed His Life; 'Jesus Is the Only Way'

Manny Pacquiao, a world-famous Filipino professional boxer, recounts in a media interview how his life changed after he heard the voice of God and saw two angels, and says he wants the world to know "there is only one way of salvation, only through Jesus Christ."

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How ‘Glory’ Stacks Up Against the Best Oscar Songs of All Time

Though the Oscars haven’t exactly had the greatest track record for picking timeless tunes (there’s a serious shortage of hip-hop, and Disney songs make up a good chunk of the last two decades), they’ve managed to pick some gems over the years.

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'Yesterday Wasn't Just About the Game;' Russell Wilson Celebrates Comeback Win Against the Packers by Going to Church

After his amazing performance in the NFC championship game against the Green Bay Packers in which he rallied his team to a gutsy and stunning 28-22 overtime victory Sunday, 26-year-old Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson went to church and inspired a number of fans to go too.

49 The TC Apologetics Daily

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

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'Keep Your Religion in the Closet' Says NYT Editorialist

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51 RZIM Canada
52 The Briefing 01-14-15
53 Hearing This Actor Profess His Faith Proves That God Led Him to This Incredible Role
54 The Good News Hiding Beneath the Headlines
55 Podcast: Dr. Fred Smith on Worldview and the Implications for Morality (Part 1 of 2)
56 Response to selection of Joni Ernst for State of the Union response shows sexism alive and well | WashingtonExaminer.com
57 The Southeast Asia Reformed Network Has Only Just Begun
58 Tactical Faith Today
59 British PM Cameron Disagrees With Pope Francis on Limits to Free Speech; Says Even If Jesus Is Insulted He Can't 'Wreak Vengeance Upon Them'
60 Sean Lowe of 'The Bachelor' Gives an Amazing Testimony That Will Open Your Eyes
61 The Big Questions, Series 8: Episode 2
62 Here’s the Largest Picture Ever Taken
63 Mummy Mask May Reveal Oldest Known Gospel
64 Jackie Evancho Sings 'Ave Maria' -- This Will Give You Chills!
65 Evolutionarily Unrelated Animals Use Geomagnetic Navigation
66 Why MLK Day Matters More Than You Think
67 ACTION ALERT: Their Fate is in Your Hands
68 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: 5 Things You Should Know
69 Historic Christianitys Two Books of Revelation
70 Compassionate Strangers Go Above and Beyond to Help a Boy With Autism
71 God's Not Dead: Science Discovers Truths the Bible Revealed Long Ago: God is the Foundation for Science
72 The Art of War
73 George Clooney, here's the real secret to marriage
74 My 10 Favorite Quotes from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
75 Why Is Sin Significant Today?
76 Pope Francis Asked by Girl: Why Does God Allow Children to Experience Drugs, Prostitution?
77 WORLD | Mundane militants | Emily Belz | Jan. 24, 2015
78 Finally: more details on alleged first-century fragment of Mark's gospel emerge
79 What Happens When a Crisis of Faith Propels You on a Quest?
80 ‘American Sniper’ Crushed a Bunch of Box Office Records This Weekend
81 WORLD | Revival in … France? | Marvin Olasky | Jan. 19, 2015
82 The moral revolution threatens religious liberty
83 King, Martin Luther Jr.
84 EPS Blog - Evangelical Philosophical Society
85 "Leave it to the Early Church"- A Young Earth challenge
86 The Christian Post on Twitter
87 WORLD | One pastor’s tedious defense of the First Amendment | Mary Reichard | Jan. 19, 2015
88 WORLD | Dangerous satire | D.C. Innes | Jan. 19, 2015
89 WORLD | Unmappable threats | Joel Belz | Jan. 24, 2015
90 Live on ESPN, Sportscaster Dave Pasch Offers to Educate a Colleague on "Irreducible Complexity"
91 WORLD | Why ‘Je suis Charlie’ should give Christians pause | Nick Eicher | Jan. 19, 2015
92 http://erlc.com/article/how-martin-luther-king-jr.-overcame-christian-white-supremacy#sthash.S7Ql243j.uxfs
93 The Story Of How One Church Received A $1+ Million Gift And How You Could As Well