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Did Jesus Even Exist?

Was Jesus a historical person or just a myth? Sean quickly summarizes the biblical, extra-biblical, and secular sources confirming Jesus really lived.

How Jazz Music Teaches Us to Trust God

God has used jazz to teach me to trust his grace, let go of my grasp, and live moment by moment through the Spirit.

Eboo Patel on interfaith leadership | Think Christian

Video of Eboo Patel discussing the importance of interfaith cooperation at Calvin College's January Series.

Let's Examine the United Methodist Ban on Intelligent Design in Light of Church Teaching

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

An "Exquisitely Designed" Enzyme that Maintains DNA Building Blocks

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Opportunistic Vetting for the United Methodist General Conference

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

The Alarming Trend to Deprofessionalizing Medicine

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Truthbomb Apologetics: The Cold-Case for the Resurrection by J. Warner Wallace

The Cold-Case for the Resurrection by J. Warner Wallace

Here’s a Trailer for Werner Herzog’s New Documentary About Artificial Intelligence

Famed filmmaker Werner Herzog (the man behind films including Into the Abyss, Rescue Dawn, Grizzly Man, Fitzcarraldo, as well as a creepy Parks and Rec cameo), has released the trailer for this new documentary Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World. Like all Herzog documentaries, it features the filmmaker exploring a new, strange world—this time, one full of robots, artificial intelligence and computers.

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Next, do you always seek to make peace? Gentle people are peacemakers. Ephesians 4:3 says they are “diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.” If someone falls into sin, do you condemn or gossip about that person? Galatians 6:1 instructs us to restore sinning brothers “in a spirit of gentleness; each one looking to yourself, lest you too be tempted.” Gossip and condemnation divide believers; forgiveness and restoration unite them. Gentle people don’t start fights; they end them.

Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God? Debate with Nabeel Qureshi and Miroslav Volf | RZIM

The same God question recently became the focus of a national debate after Wheaton College placed a professor on administrative leave for claiming that Muslims and Christians worship the same God.  Many Christians supported the college and said the professor’s claim is incompatible with orthodox Christianity. Yet some, including a few professors, students and hundreds of alumni, argued otherwise, and are lobbying for the professor’s full re-instatement.

7 Ways to Grow in the Art of Communication

We should speak respectfully. The abusive way some parents speak to their children in public—both in content and in tone—is a confession that they have lost control of those relationships. I’m embarrassed for them. Part of speaking respectfully means not yelling. How often have you yelled and later regretted it? “The wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God” (James 1:20). It’s necessary to raise our voices at times—for example, if one of our children is running toward the street. Otherwise, we should speak respectfully to our children. That’s how they learn to speak respectfully to us. There are times when our voices can show more earnestness, emphasis, or concern, but we should refrain from yelling. When we reprimand a child, it is far better to say: “I love you very much but I am disappointed in this behavior. This is not what God wants from you, and you know it.” That kind of loving rebuke carries more weight with our children than yelling at them.

The Beast, the Book, and the Beauty of the Lamb

If your name is in the book, your calling is not to stay alive, but to stay in love. To love the Lamb more than you love life. The Beast was killing Christians globally by the thousands. He was doing it in the first century. And the beastly contenders with God are doing it today. And what does heaven say about these saints who see the glory of the Lamb as more precious than life. It says this: “And they have conquered him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, for they loved not their lives even unto death” (Revelation 12:11). No. They loved Jesus unto death. Not their lives. So while they were being killed, they were conquering!

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The Christian worldview answers all of those questions. Why is there something rather than nothing? The answer to that is the Christian biblical doctrine of creation as is found not only in the book of Genesis, but affirmed throughout the Scriptures. What has gone wrong with the world? Again, the Bible answers that very, very clearly as the problem of human sin that is taken right back in Genesis 3 to the original sin that was undertaken by our first parents, Adam and Eve. Is there any hope? That is the Bible’s main message, the hope that is found only in Jesus Christ and in the atonement for sin that he accomplished by his death, burial, and resurrection from the dead. Where is history headed? Well, Christianity also talks about a new heaven and a new earth. It is not about escaping planet earth before destruction arrives. It’s about the sure and certain coming kingdom of Christ and its fullness. And in that sense, what we see in Stephen Hawking’s latest comments is the fact that if you don’t hold to the worldview of the Bible, you’re going to have to come up with some other narrative, some other metanarrative or giant story, that explains and answers all of these questions.


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8 Isis has destroyed Iraq's oldest Christian monastery, satellite images confirm

Before it was razed, a partially restored, 27,000-sqft stone and mortar building stood fortress-like on a hill above Mosul. Although the roof was largely missing, it had 26 distinctive rooms including a sanctuary and chapel. A month later photos show “the stone walls have been literally pulverised”, said imagery analyst Stephen Wood, chief executive of Allsource Analysis, who pinpointed the destruction between August and September 2014.

Why You Should Consider Reading the Qur’an in 2016

The question of what is true Islam has become our generation’s whistling teapot. It’s a question pondered in the media and debated across social media. In the classroom, the breakroom, and even the dining room, Christians will have to give an answer. But I fear many well-meaning believers will be tempted to make absolute truth claims about a people they don’t know, a religion they’ve barely studied, and a book they’ve never read.

WORLD | Camilla Hersh: Birth control facts and fallacies | Marvin Olasky | Jan. 20, 2016

Do women who come to you for birth control care whether the particular method can cause abortion? I think two-thirds do not care. I softly help them understand their bodies and I say, “Let’s talk about all the methods there are. You can use time as a barrier—natural family planning. You can use a physical barrier. You can use a medication that stops you from ovulating. You can have an implant that stops you from ovulating for a couple of years—but you can’t change your mind that easily. We have to make an incision and cut it out of you.” Everyone is shocked and very much upset that they should have an incision to remove it. They often have luscious tattoos and I go, “You can’t tell me you’re afraid of needles if you’re covered in tattoos.” But I keep my face plain and talk to them about the pus and the splinter, and no one wants that. One of my roles is to help everyone, regardless if they’ve thought much about life issues, to understand their body better. Good medicine is also pro-life. 

Why Your Church Should Support Fewer Missionaries

If you spend time with your missionary partners once every few years—whether during furlough or short-term trips—a substantive relationship will not be created. And without substance your missionaries will be less able and likely to open up to you; as a result, you will be less able and likely to foster their spiritual health. Call your missionaries on their VOIP phone. Almost every missionary has one, and it’s not an international call for you. Send them an e-mail to let them know the church prayed for them today. Remember their birthdays and anniversaries with electronic gift cards. Help them fund a small vacation or new electronics.

Maybe You’re Unhappy Because You’re Too Big and Bored

Everyone laughs because, in one moment, the truth is presented so starkly that we can’t help but marvel. But watch how easy it will be for your sense of wonder to deflate when, next time you fly, you miss out on peanuts and pretzels, or you can’t get the movie to play right on your personalized screen.

Worshiping Money

While trapped at Groove Toyota waiting for a ride home, I could not avoid “The Price is Right,” which was bombastically glaring and shouting at me. I could not shout back. I could barely think or pray.

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A Muslim man who was shot whilst protecting Christians from Islamic militants has died from his injuries.

What is Objectivity and Why is it Important for Bible Study?

Does this mean that it is impossible to know what God said? In fact, objectivity is possible even though each person has his or her own world view. How is it possible? Because there are some things in the world that are the same for all people, all the time, no matter where or when they lived. These things are called first principles. A first principles form the foundation of knowledge and make it possible for different people with different world views to connect with each other and communicate to each other. Let me give you an example of a first principle; the law of non-contradiction (also often referred to as the law of contradiction). This law means that a statement cannot be both true and false in the same sense. So, if I make the statement, “God is good,” this statement cannot be both true and false in the same sense. Either God is good, or He is not. You can’t have it both ways. Now, we know that this is a first principle because it cannot be denied. Anyone who says that the law of non-contradiction is not true must use the law in order to deny the law. Now, a statement can be both true and false, but not in the same sense.


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Hillary Clinton promises ban on gay conversion therapy on under 18s - premier

Hillary Clinton, the front runner to become the next President of the United States, has promised to ban gay conversion therapy on under 18s.

How Christ Sensitizes Us to Reality

The gospel brings life, right? And living things are awake and alert and touchable by other things. Which means, welcome to Christ and greater sorrow. I have little patience with ministries that sell Jesus with the promise that he will make your life easier. He doesn’t. I promise you. He makes it real. He makes it eternal. And he makes the joy in it indomitable and invincible, but so do your sorrows rise. Come to Jesus and learn how to weep. The world doesn’t know how to weep for lost people. They are one. They don’t even believe in it. They don’t believe in hell. They don’t see to the bottom of anyone’s pain. They see pain. They feel pain. But they don’t see to the bottom of it. Christians are the saddest people in the world — and the happiest.

How Pro-Life Christians Honor a Pro-Choice President

We will honor you by not withdrawing into little communes of disengaged isolation from American culture. But according to 1 Peter 2:15, we will honor you by trying to do as much good as we possibly can for the unborn, and for unwanted children, and for women in distress, so that we will not be thought insolent or inconsistent in asking from you what we are not willing to do ourselves. We do this because the Bible says, "It is the will of God that by doing right you may silence the ignorance of foolish men" (1 Peter 2:15).

Innovative Apologetics: Why You Should Believe in God and Reject Atheism part I

Innovative Apologetics: Defeating Atheism via Ontological Truth

23 Evangelicals for Life

Join the ERLC and Focus on the Family as we host the first ever major pro-life conference for evangelicals in conjunction with the March for Life. Evangelicals from across the country will gather in Washington DC to be inspired and equipped by top speakers including Russell Moore and Jim Daly. Every life is valuable because every life is made in the image of God.

12 Fiction Books That Will Shape Your Theology

Coupland? thinking theologically? maybe, at a stretch, it could be a great example of what a suburbed pov that only knows the exterior facades of the brick churches that sprinkled popup neighborhoods. it is like that scene from Blue Lagoon when the shipwrecked kids mumble through the rhythm of a lord's prayer, recited after years shipwrecked, but never understood. it is a writer who is playing with someone else's ideas, maybe wistful but only in the way i'd love to play piano like glenn gould, except i quit after a lesson, and i don't really believe pianos exist anyway. i remember an interview with Coupland when this book came out, and the interviewer mentioned bodily resurrection, and DC stopped and asked what that meant, he was gobsmacked that that was an idea. not a lousy novel, but not great, and thrown in with this list, i guess i got persnicketty. throw in André dubus (the dad i mean, not the one still living). definitely grab David James Duncan's Brothers K. Updike... i'd have insisted on him for ages, folding in Barth and Kierkegaard and... i guess some of his short stories would have to be included.

Put Laziness to Rest

Jesus Christ is more than an example for men. He embodies grace in weakness. He is the Savior of weak men, who will sin in their weakness for the rest of their lives. “He gives power to the faint . . . young men shall fall exhausted; but they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength” (Isaiah 40:29–31). Christ is far more than the male archetype. He is the forgiver of men who have not followed his example (Colossians 1:14), and over time he empowers them to be more like him (2 Corinthians 12:8–10).


6 Questions to Help Avoid Becoming an Ideological Jerk

The following are some questions that I’ve often asked myself when listening to the news, examining an idea, surveying social media or reading a book. I think these questions can help disciples of Jesus stand for truth, but avoid the polarities and extremes:

What to Do Before You Start Dreaming About Your Future

We’ve all seen this in the lives of our friends—they hang on to an ex who just strings them along instead of noticing the kinder and more positive potential partners around them. Of course, it’s easy to notice it in others, but what about ourselves? Are there situations in your life that you need to let go? Sometimes you can’t launch into new horizons—or even see new horizons—until you get your eyes off of the old and start looking ahead.

Kathy Lee Gifford Calls Kermit Gosnell’s Abortion Mill a ‘War on Women’

NBC’s Today Show is about as mainstream as it gets, reaching millions of Americans every week — it’s a big deal that abortion was discussed in an even marginally negative light on this platform. NARAL and Planned Parenthood certainly don’t want this becoming a pattern. Maybe Hollywood movies like Juno , Knocked Up , and now, Gosnell , are the way forward to informing Americans about what abortion really means and begin to — slowly — move the needle away from the culture of death towards a culture of life.

What Have I to Fear

Naiveté is no virtue, so we are not in favor of Pollyannaish disengagement. But Christians must be willing to ask themselves some hard questions. Is irrational fear driving our cultural and political engagement more than it should? By angry public statements in support of the candidates they prefer, are Christians demonstrating a gospel-shaped view of the world and of the future? When Christian theology is communicated in the language of fear it distorts the very words of the Bible. Love for our neighbors must overcome the temptation to abandon a Christian ethic in pursuit of political victory.

Minnesota Cop Allegedly Urged People to Run Over BLM Protestors

The Facebook post, which has since been deleted, was documented in a screen capture and reported to St. Paul's internal affairs. The person who reported the post, Andrew Henderson, also said he found evidence that JM Roth is indeed Sgt. Jeffrey M. Rothecker. In a statement, the police department said they will be investigating thoroughly into this matter, and if the investigation produces evidence that someone in the police department wrote the comment, "swift, strong and decisive disciplinary action will be taken."

32 Catalyst Conversations

Tune in Thursday, January 21 at 12 p.m. ET as we sit down with Executive Church Leader and Leadership expert, Jenni Catron, as she unpacks the 4 dimensions of extraordinary leadership - leading from our heart, soul, mind, and strength.

33 Book Review: "The Open Minded Christian" by Richard Bushey

Another problem is that Bushey at times mischaracterizes theological opponents when trying to demonstrate we ought not to do that very thing. For example, in section in which he is arguing that Christians ought to challenge their own beliefs in order to see if they match with reality, he writes, “The person who believes that water baptism washes away sins should dive into Romans 3-5 and try to prove that their view is wrong. They should read the text closely with the end in mind of proving that salvation comes by faith alone to the exclusion of baptism” (73). But this is a clear misunderstanding of what baptismal regeneration teaches. As one who affirms that (a Lutheran), I was shocked to see how my view was so clearly misrepresented here. It’s not as though by believing in baptismal regeneration, I deny salvation by faith alone. Far from it, and this shows how crucial a misunderstanding Bushey has here, for he seems to think that the view entails a kind of works-righteousness. Instead, Lutherans see baptism as a means of grace–an act of God; not a work of humanity.

Poll: 10% of US College Grads Think Judge Judy Serves on the Supreme Court

A poll conducted by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni reveals that 10 percent of American college graduates believe Judith Sheindlin, also known as Judge Judy, serves on the Supreme Court. Sheindlin, of course, is an American judge who handles small dispute cases, who was made popular by her courtroom show. She is not, however, one of the nine justices serving on the U.S. Supreme Court. The results of the poll showed that college graduates "are alarmingly ignorant of America's history and heritage." It also found that only 28.4 percent of college grads correctly identified James Madison as the father of the Constitution (58 percent believe it was Thomas Jefferson). It also determined that 60 percent of American college graduates couldn't identify a requirement for ratifying a constitutional amendment, 40 percent of grads didn't know Congress has the power to declare war, and less than 50 percent of graduates didn't know presidential impeachment trials are held before the U.S. Senate. We can probably all agree that the lesson we can learn here is that we all need to go watch National Treasure again.

Bonnaroo Lineup Features Pearl Jam, Death Cab for Cutie, CHVRCHES, J. Cole and More

This year’s Bonnaroo music festival will be like going back to the early 2000s. Along with headliners Pearl Jam and LCD Soundsystem, the lineup features old school alt-rock names including Death Cab for Cutie, Band of Horses, Ween and even Third Eye Blind. The festival isn’t all millennial nostalgia though. J. Cole, Ellie Goulding, Father John Misty, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Leon Bridges, Vince Staples, Haim, Misterwives and a ton of other artists will be performing at the four-day Tennessee concert. You can go here to see the full lineup.

Trinity Questions from a Mom in Mexico Part 3

A woman who does ministry with her husband and their two young children in rural Mexico emailed some questions she had about the Trinity. She was recently told by a pastor, “that the trinity is a doctrine that is not found in the Bible but was made up by the church later.” This caused her concern as she explains, “I know the word itself is not in the Bible but the doctrine seems very important to the Christian worldview.” Her questions on this issue are, “So where did the doctrine of the trinity come from? Where can we find it conceptually in the bible?  Why is the trinity important to good doctrine?  If someone doesn’t believe in the specific concept, what might be the implications?” I want to thank this woman for allowing me to answer these questions, and even driving up from Mexico with her family to hear me preach and introduce herself and her children. Her questions are complex, and one’s that many people have. So, I will take a four-part blog series to answer them in succession.

37 Bears Gone Wild with Jeremy Cummings, and Q&A - Christian Research Institute

Hank welcomes Jeremy Cummings, teacher of Old Testament at Charlotte Christian School, to discuss his article in the C HRISTIAN R ESEARCH J OURNAL titled, “Bears Gone Wild: Responding to Attacks on the Portrayal of God in the Old Testament.” Hank and Jeremy unpack the story of Elisha and the bears in 2 Kings chapter 2, and also talk about the importance of teaching students to understand Scripture so they will be prepared to defend their faith in a hostile world.

Christian Case Making, Discernment and Deciding What’s “Absolutely Necessary” | Cold Case Christianity

I am sometimes embarrassed by the venom I read on blogs and websites when Christian brothers and sisters attack each other on non-essential issues. It’s easy to violate the “Kindness” requirement in the TANK principle when we are passionate about what we believe. But it may be helpful to simply remember the “Absolutely Necessary” section of the Tank principle in order to avoid making statements we will regret later. I’ve decided to speak with Truth and Kindness when I am publicly addressing issues that threaten the orthodoxy of the Christian worldview, but respond with public silence when a brother or sister disagrees with me on some non-essential issue. I haven’t always done that in the past, and I can see now that I’ve often violated the “middle” of the TANK principle. Going forward, I’d like to be more discerning when deciding which battles are “Absolutely Necessary”.

Renewing Your Mind | The Fulfillment of the Law | January 20, 2016

The yoke of our Savior, on the other hand, is light (Matt. 11:28–30), and union with Him defines Christianity, not an external code. This does not mean the Law has no place in the Christian life. As Paul tells us in today’s passage, even though we cannot seize upon God’s commandments as a means to make ourselves right in His eyes, His statutes will still be fulfilled in the life of the believer (Gal. 5:14). This will be done not through any power the Law has as an agent that issues commands but through the work of the Spirit in our lives to produce His fruit (v. 16). If we admit our total inability to please our Creator, repent and turn to Jesus, and walk in the newness of life He brings by the power of the Holy Spirit, we will freely love God and others and will thereby live out what He has always intended for His people (Lev. 19:18). Christian freedom is the freedom to serve, and we are made holy as we imitate the self-sacrificial love of Jesus.

Talking Evangelicals and 2016 Election With C-SPAN

Below is a clip from my appearance on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal program. You can watch the full interview by going here .

There’s Only One Thing That Lets Us Get Close to Suffering

M ala was trafficked into one of the most brutal brothels that International Justice Mission [which I, Bethany, help lead] had ever encountered. The lead trafficker was powerful, wealthy, and deeply connected to a wide network of other traffickers in the underground world of rape for profit. He stopped at nothing to keep the girls in his brothel under his power. Some of his victims witnessed him murdering another girl simply to give a warning, lest they resist his will. If ever there was a human being I would be tempted to believe is unreachable by the grace of God, it would be this man.

42 Does Jesus Need Your Invitation?

send to a friend #24  Posted by Matt Ford  |  Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at 9:09 AM I get the need for stressing the sovereignty of God in salvation but i've seen this taken to the extreme and people get confused on how to witness. Verses like, "he came to his own and his own did not receive him but to as many as received him to them he gave the right to be called children of God, even those who believe on his name, or for God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have everlasting life seem off-limits in evangelism. I think we can over-complicate these truths and, in doing so, become paralyzed when witnessing. The sloppy tactics on one hand need to be addressed but at the same time, some extreme lordship teachings are equally dangerous. I've seen lordship stressed to the point where if your life doesn't line up in a certain way you can't possibly be a christian.

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All Christians Are Biased Voters

But over the semester, as we read numerous research articles, we began to see that all of our political attitudes are shaped by many factors, not just faith. Consider these recent findings on social factors that shape our politics:

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Christians on the Secular Campus, Pastor Saeed, and J. I. Packer

Secular U. These data provide an appropriate context to an article about Christians on college campuses, out this weekend in the New York Times . The opinion piece, by University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Professor Molly Worthen, says, “Contrary to conservatives’ warnings about the oppressive secularism of the modern university, [Christian] students have taken advantage of their campuses’ multicultural marketplace of ideas. They have created a network of organizations and journals that engage non-Christian ideologies head-on.” She concedes that “many schools’ nondiscrimination policies have made life more difficult for Christian ministries that require student leaders to assent to a statement of faith.” This is an interesting article, and I commend it to you, but don’t let it seduce you into thinking that secular universities are good places to nurture your child’s Christian faith. I thank God for faithful Christian ministries operating on secular campuses, and for Christian kids who—by God’s grace—thrive there. Molly Worthen highlights some of them in the article. But there’s evidence aplenty that these Christian ministries are doing little more than rerouting a precious few to a better path while the vast majority continue on the road to perdition.

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But those who are concerned about possible pitfalls are not imagining things. The temptation that comes with this old reality is not a new development. As long as we have had books, we have had bookworms. And now that we have the Internet, we not only have video-game ninjas living in their mother’s basements, but astute theologians also.

52 Answering Islam: Episode 2
53 Here’s What Evangelical Experts on Missions and Muslims Think of Wheaton's ‘Same God’ Debate
54 The Troubling Truth About Bonhoeffer’s Theology - Christian Research Institute
55 The Poached Egg on Twitter
56 CNN: Whitewashing Islam (Part Two)
57 The Theological Vision of Pope Francis - Christian Research Institute
58 The Poached Egg on Twitter
59 Your Paper Brain and Your Kindle Brain Aren't the Same Thing
60 How Not To Defend Atheism
61 TGC International
62 The Poached Egg on Twitter
63 Who Made God?
64 The Poached Egg on Twitter
65 Gordon on Twitter
66 Victor Davis Hanson: The Many Contradictions Of Hillary Clinton
67 Det Kosmologiske Gudsbevis
68 The Poached Egg on Twitter
69 Divide by Zero
70 John White on Twitter
71 CNN: Whitewashing Islam (Part Two)
73 What If God Says No?
74 How Do We Know We Cannot Sin in Heaven?
75 The Poached Egg on Twitter
76 Dead Silence: Must The Bible Say Abortion Is Wrong Before We Can Know It's Wrong? - Christian Research Institute
77 A Word about visions, voices, and convulsions
78 WORLD | Google watches students’ web habits without parental permission | Michael Cochrane | Jan. 20, 2016
79 Kindle 4 Christ on Twitter
80 The Poached Egg on Twitter
81 The Good Shepherd and the Three Gardens
82 WORLD | ‘In God’s hands’ | Mary Jackson | Jan. 23, 2016
83 The Poached Egg on Twitter
84 Death by 1,000 Microaggressions | The Stream
85 Marco Rubio on Twitter
86 What is Objectivity and Why is it Important for Bible Study?
87 Is There an Objective Moral Law?
88 06. Is it arrogant to claim you have 'the truth'?
89 WORLD | One more time | Marvin Olasky | Jan. 20, 2016
91 Serial, Making a Murderer and the true-crime trend | Think Christian