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Are Miracles Possible in our Scientific Age?

Has science displaced the existence of miracles? Sean briefly explores this Q and shows how Christianity uniquely has miracle claims that can be investigated.

Dennis Prager Was Right: Atheists Are More Open-Minded on ID than Some United Methodist Officials

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

Denton's Evolution: Still a Theory in Crisis, a Fresh and Powerful Challenge to Darwinism, Is Out!

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

The Immune System: The Body's First Responders

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

Dr. Michael Brown: The Truth About Israel, Islam and Palestinian Christians

Who is really responsible for the decline in numbers of Palestinian Christians?

For Darwin Day, February 12, Give Us Your Nominations for Censor of the Year!

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

WORLD | Another WORLD member takes song captive | Mickey McLean | Jan. 26, 2016

In late 2012, WORLD editor in chief Marvin Olasky wrote new lyrics to Leonard Cohen’s much-covered and much-celebrated “Hallelujah” and encouraged WORLD

This Is the Most Inventive Cover of Adele’s ‘Hello’ on the Internet

Even though we’ve now seen it performed using classroom instruments and as an ode to snow days, Walk Off the Earth has just released the most creative version of Adele’s “Hello” on YouTube. The group is known of using non-traditional “instruments” in their viral video covers, but this one—utilizing a surfboard and a jump kick—is a minimalist masterpiece.

How the Fine-Tuning of the Universe Points to the Existence of God (Video) | Cold Case Christianity

J. Warner Wallace, author of God’s Crime Scene, discusses the nature of the universe and the evidence for God’s existence. The universe appears to be uniquely fine-tuned for the existence of life. From the incredible calibration of the universal constants, to the nature of the galaxies, to the unique attributes of our planet, the universe had to be “just so” in order for life to emerge on earth. Why is this the case? Does the appearance of fine-tuning most reasonably indicate the existence of a Fine-Tuner? Can fine-tuning be explained from “inside the room” of the natural universe, or does the best explanation for the design of the universe lie “outside the room”? For more information about this “inside” or “outside the room” approach to the evidence in the universe, refer to J. Warner’s book, God’s Crime Scene .

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Desiring God Live

Watch John Piper mark the text on the screen, and learn to study the Bible for yourself.

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Drop the Charges Against David Daleiden and Charge Planned Parenthood

We call on Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson to drop all the charges against David Daleiden and to instead properly investigate Planned Parenthood and charge it with any appropriate charges related to its activities selling the body parts of aborted babies.

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Defy the Impossible in Front of You

Whatever the burden or obstacle or fear is in front of you, today is another opportunity to ask, “Is anything too hard for God? (Genesis 18:14). Another opportunity to redefine what might happen if He moved. Another opportunity to defy the impossible with faith.

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Jerry Falwell Jr. Endorses Donald Trump; Here's How Other Evangelicals Compare

Cruz has largely followed the classic Moral Majority model that was the face of the conservative movement—he has received endorsements from figures such as Focus on the Family founder James Dobson—while Trump ‘tends to work most closely with the prosperity wing of Pentecostalism’ which tends to believe that God would financially reward believers. As far as Rubio’s outreach to the ‘Billy Graham’ wing, this week the presidential hopeful announced a religious liberty advisory board that includes Rick Warren, the founding pastor at the influential Saddleback Church.

5 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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Private Prayer Walk

For two thousand years, the most private and undistracted place was behind the closed door. Now, the noise has relocated indoors. If our computers and devices are near, it’s the worst place to try to pray. Walking through Times Square is less distracting than sitting alone in a room full of technology.

7 Live Action - Pro-life advocacy for dignity and human rights

ARLINGTON, VA ( January 13, 2016 ) – “The disproportionately high numbers of abortions and abortion clinics in minority communities clearly support Rep. Duffy’s statement that abortionists target black communities.  Live Action’s undercover video investigations have caught Planned Parenthood on multiple occasions all too willing to accept donations specifically given to abort Black children.  To this day, Planned Parenthood continues to celebrate its founder, Margaret Sanger, who talked about the need to ‘exterminate the Negro population.’

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Isn't It Possible That The Risen Jesus Was A Hallucination?

Isn't the supposed miracle of Jesus being raised from the dead explained away by the idea that people hallucinated it all? Frank Turek explains at Sam Houston State University.

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2 Timothy 2:11–13: If We Are Faithless, He Remains Faithful?

“If we are faithless, he remains faithful.” In this lab, John Piper asks whether this popular phrase was written to be a comfort or warning. He believes that many misunderstand these words because they have taken them out of context and made them something they do not say.

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The overlooked virtue of Marie Kondo | Think Christian

I know nothing about her religious background, yet her gentle approach to loving relationships, especially with others in your home, resonates with important things I have learned about grace from the Bible and other Christians. Toward the end of the book, she offers beautiful anecdotes about relationships. In one, a client resents her husband and his many things, which she views as clutter. Kondo encourages her to physically touch his items and think about how they represent him and things that are important to him, both as a way to come to terms with her own home, but more importantly to grow to appreciate her partner. In another story, Kondo recalls a family trip to view cherry blossoms, and drinking a special pink drink out of glasses decorated with flowers. She then reflects on the way the love of her family reverberated in both her memory and her memory of the objects involved.

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Russell Moore on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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John Lennox on Naturalism

The world of strict naturalism in which clever mathematical laws all by themselves bring the universe and life into existence, is pure [science] fiction. Theories and laws do not bring matter/energy into existence.  The view that they nevertheless somehow have the capacity seems a rather desperate refuge...from the alternative possibility...Trying to avoid the clear evidence for the existence of a divine intelligence behind nature, atheist scientists are forced to ascribe creative powers to less and less credible candidates like mass/energy and the laws of nature.

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The Poached Egg on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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How to Find the Perfect Christian Case-Making (Apologetics) Curriculum

Now that I have your attention with that title, I need to tell you the truth: you’ll never find the perfect apologetics curriculum . In fact, your search for the perfect case-making curriculum is likely to leave you frustrated and discouraged. Once, while hosting the Stand to Reason radio show, I got a call from a listener who lamented the problem he was having in his search for age appropriate apologetics curriculum for young people. While I could think of a few great resources (like the Truth Project and the TrueU Series from Focus on the Family and GodQuest from Sean McDowell ), I knew that none of these curriculum packages, as good as they are, would be the perfect fit for him. In fact, my publisher also plans on creating a DVD curriculum based on Cold-Case Christianity , God’s Crime Scene , and my third book (due in 2017). Although I am excited and eager to start working on that project, I know that my curriculum won’t be the perfect solution either. Let’s face it; if you are leading a small group (of any age) you probably know your group better than anyone else, including me or the authors of these other fine products.

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Seven Ways to Pray for Your Leaders

Pray that their counsel would be pure and not lead others into sin, and that they would be wise in deciding whom to empower to represent the church as fellow leaders (1 Timothy 5:22). Pray that they would lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and be free to run with endurance the race that is set before them (Hebrews 12:1).

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Donald Trump’s dangerous politics of pride

What does this mean for politics? A leader with an overweening, compulsive pride finds it difficult to learn or change: What of worth can others possibly teach? A narcissistic leader is always at enmity with other people and groups, and cannot be a unifying figure. As Abraham Lincoln displayed, the capacity to heal requires humility and empathy. A narcissistic leader is vindictive, keeps lists of his grievances and enemies and is vulnerable to the abuse of power. A narcissistic leader finds it difficult to feel sympathy for those regarded as failures and losers, for the wounded and disabled, for strangers, refugees and the vulnerable.

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Is MMA a Destructive Force for Christians? - Premier Christian Radio

The 2014 controversial docufilm 'Fight Church' was the first in its kind to explore Mixed Martial Arts and Christianity, and many questioned whether if it was right for Christians to take part in a sport that was so violent. Andrew Hamilton-Thomas looks at the background of MMA, what the sport involves and questions if this is truly a Christian-friendly sport...

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WORLD | Active shooter reported at San Diego Naval hospital | Lynde Langdon | Jan. 26, 2016

At least 100 law enforcement officials are responding to an active shooter at Naval Medical Center San Diego, a California Highway Patrol officer told reporters on the scene with The San Diego Union-Tribune .

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FREE Social Media Management Dashboard | Twitter/Facebook Marketing Tool | Commun.it

“..I started using Commun.it to be more efficient on the way I manage out Twitter communities. My favorite features? The prioritized feed to focus on the relevant members of the community..”

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5 Reasons to Keep Politicians Out of Your Pulpit

What’s wrong:  Despite good intentions, this also confuses the purpose of our worship gathering. It is right to encourage the saints to practice good citizenship as an implication of the gospel (Rom. 12:17–18; 13:1–7; 1 Pet. 2:13–17). But we shouldn’t turn corporate worship into a political showcase to do so. We should “keep first things first,” remaining singularly focused on Christ and his gospel (Eph. 4:13). On Sunday the saints don’t gather to learn about political candidates; they gather to learn about Jesus Christ. If we allow our worship service to become a “rock the vote” rally, we send the message that our unity rests more in our common U.S. citizenship than our common Lord and common faith (Eph. 4:5–6, 13).

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FREE Social Media Management Dashboard | Twitter/Facebook Marketing Tool | Commun.it

“..I started using Commun.it to be more efficient on the way I manage out Twitter communities. My favorite features? The prioritized feed to focus on the relevant members of the community..”

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Beyond the Bible Belt (Part Two)

Harry Reeder is a TGC Council member and the senior pastor of Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama. He is devoted to the ministry of church revitalization hosting multiple Embers to a Flame conferences both nationally and internationally each year. He is the author of The Leadership Dynamic.

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How to Foster a Culture of Worshipers

That’s the question Aaron Ivey, pastor of worship at The Austin Stone Church in Texas, answers in a new three-minute video . Fostering a culture of worshipers is something all good worship leaders aim for in their ministry, but it’s not easy. Watch as Ivey explains how to navigate this ambition and to discern the difference between a culture of worship and a culture of worshipers. You’ll also hear the five things The Austin Stone worship ministry focuses on in order to facilitate a culture of worshipers. You can lead artists in your church to leverage their skills to build up the body—all the while remaining rooted in the Word of God and fixed on the ultimate object of all our worship, Christ the King.

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Is the Qur’an Credible? - Christian Research Institute

The Qur’an is replete with questionable ethics—particularly when it comes to the equality of women. For example, in Sura 4:3 Muhammad allegedly received a revelation from God allowing men to “marry women of your choice, two, three, or four.” Ironically, in Sura 33:50 Muhammad receives a divine sanction to marry “any believing woman who dedicates her soul to the Prophet if the Prophet wishes to wed her.” Thus, while other men were only permitted to marry up to four wives, Allah provided Muhammad with a divine exception for his marriage to at least twelve women—including Aishah, who was nine years of age when Muhammad consummated his marriage to her (Sahih Al-Bukhari, volume 5, #234). Also troubling is the fact that the Qur’an allows men to “beat” (lightly) their wives in order that they might “return to obedience” (Sura 4:34). When we compare the personal morality of Muhammad in the Qur’an with that of Jesus in the Bible, the difference is remarkable. The Qur’an exhorts Muhammad to ask “forgiveness for thy fault” (Sura 40:55). Conversely, Christ’s ethics with regard to every aspect of life—including His treatment of women—were so unimpeachable that He could rightly ask: “Can any of you prove me guilty of sin?” ( John 8:46; 2 Corinthians 5:21; 1 John 3:5).

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Ligonier Ministries

As Christians, we look with ultimate hope to our ultimate future—the sure hope that we will be with God forever in a world free of sin and all its ugly effects. Christ will return, and what He has prepared for us will be more glorious than all we can ask or even imagine. It’s the immediate future that causes us anxiety, though. Our future and the futures of our children and grandchildren—these trouble us and cause us to fear.

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P. Diddy and Marky Mark Just Donated 1 Million Bottles of Water to Flint

P. Diddy and Marky Mark are donating 1 million bottles of water to Flint , Michigan. The governor of Michigan, Rick Snyder, recently declared a state of emergency after high levels of lead were found in the town of Flint's water supply. Studies have linked lead to chronic health problems, especially for children, including learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, stunted growth, seizures and even death. The situation is so dire that President Obama has since issued a federal state of emergency in Flint. AQUAhydrate, a bottled water company part owned by Sean 'Diddy' Combs and Mark Wahlberg, is now donating much-needed bottles of water to the residents of Flint. In addition to the 1 million bottles they have already donated, the company also stated that they would continue to send clean water to Flint until the city's water problems are solved.

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The Hill Difficulty by Derek Thomas | January 26, 2016

Though the Christian journey often contains unique moments of joy and closeness to God, day to day life can challenge a believer’s zeal, joy, and sense of purpose. After his powerful arrival at the cross, Christian’s journey brings him into contact with people who do not share the same gospel-centered focus that he has. As we turn our attention to this phase in Christian’s pilgrimage, we will take note of several dangers and pitfalls that threaten to undermine believers in their spiritual journey.

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My Husband’s Cancer and the Lord of Steadfast Love

Waves of mourning came at unexpected times. One in particular caught me off guard. After Matt was released from in-patient rehabilitation, he had a week or so of rest before he started eight weeks of low dose chemo and radiation and then 18 months of high dose chemo. For five days a month, Matt took the high dose chemo in pill form. Each day he grew weaker and more nauseous. All he had the energy for was to lie on the couch and doze off to the television. But our family’s world kept spinning—school, homework, diapers, baseball practice, baths, and bedtime stories. Matt rarely had the stamina to attend our son Reid’s baseball practices while he was on chemo. Obviously, I never wanted to put pressure on him to go. I knew he’d almost give anything to be there instead of on the sofa.

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8 Things I Wish Jesus Had Never Said

I would like to add for aesthetic purposes. The mark is of the hand , to be exchanged , and most all of you know of the number in your head. Exactly how much your worth is. Loving money means that you're loving of the world. Which is accepting its mark. This does not mean in bartering with it , and leaving it simply to be another means to an end. I.e. To cloth a homeless person. You're then denying the beast its purpose. You're saying i've no need of this , and in that act reject the mark.The difference of loving each other. To clarify , is that we're of god. Not of the world. Our sins are of the world , and thus just another beast. The beauty of loving each other so encompassing. Is that you're like the servant whom's master gives 5 gold bags. By showing others whom may think they are sinners that are doomed. That they too are loved. You're multiplying those bags of money. You're in very much effectively giving faith to others. To deny anyone , gay , lesbian , murderer , thief , child-molester or even those of other religions. Any kind of chance at salvation. Is to be anti-christ. You're only making it harder and harder for gods mercy , and Jesus loving sacrafice to spread as the wild fire it was meant to be.

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Raising Kids With Healthy Boundaries (Part 1 of 2)

Henry: Well, you know, the more I parent and the … and you know, over the years, the more I've worked with parents, I find that so many times, it really is a combination of we've never learned the tools. You know, we love to play sports we're good at, right? And we love to do things we're good at, but sometimes, you know, this discipline thing or conflict resolution or helping with homework or setting goals or things like that, are areas where we just sort of unplug from sometimes 'cause we don't know how to do it, but we know somethin's wrong and then we will many times parent in the way that we were parented and we'll just kind of, you know, do what wasn't helpful for us, but you know, it's all I got, so I do (Chuckling) it to them, as well.

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What did Goldman Sachs get in exchange for paying Hillary Clinton $200,000 an hour?

Both of the Clintons have given speeches regularly in the 16-month period covered in the filing with rarely more than a few weeks off in between engagements. Often events are crowded together during a period of several days, sometimes with more than one speech on the same day. On a single day last October, Bill and Hillary delivered a total of four speeches, taking home over $1 million. Those four speeches fell in the middle of a three-day blitz that brought in a total of $1,511,000. (Mrs. Clinton edged out her husband $786,000 to $725,000.)

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10 Questions on Prayer with Tim Keller

Second, and this might be surprising, I really go deeply into John Owen, not only his book on the role of the Holy Spirit in prayer, but also his book on the grace and duty of being spiritually minded. John Owen is mystical. He really believes that you can have a faith-sight of Jesus Christ — really see the glory of God, not with your physical eyes, but with the eyes of the heart. He says your affections have to be involved. There must be deep, deep, deep joy in prayer. So he is mystical in that sense. But at the same time, he is down on Catholic mysticism and down on an awful lot of the ways in which evangelicals are trying to bring in Catholic contemplative prayer practices.

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James on Twitter

It's not a question of 'handle', she is not a fair commentator, period. (No pun intended:) https://twitter.com/claybjones/status/692167625955266560 …

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Where did Rubio, Cruz and Trump stand on amnesty before running for President?

Sessions states:  “One of the things you’ve been hearing about somehow is a criticism of Ted and how he and what he did with regard to this massive [immigration bill] that they tried to ram through in 2013,” Sessions said. “Let me tell you, I was there. Every step of the way, Ted Cruz was on my side and fought this legislation all the way through.”

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Evangelical leader Jerry Falwell Jr. endorses Trump

Falwell’s move has long been expected since he has showered praise on the billionaire in recent weeks and developed a rapport with him. But the timing of the formal announcement is significant, coming as Trump and Ted Cruz compete intensely in Iowa for the support of social conservatives.

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Was the Divinity of Jesus a Late Invention of the Council of Nicea? Probing Into What the Earliest Christians Really Believed

One of the most common objections to Christianity is that the divinity of Jesus was “created” by later Christians long after the first century.  No one in primitive Christianity believed Jesus was divine, we are told.  He was just a man and it was later believers, at the council of Nicea, that declared him to be a God.

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Evidence for God: Key Arguments for a Reasonable Faith | William Lane Craig

For more resources from Reasonable Faith visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org For more resources from Unbelievable? visit: http://www.premierchristianradio.com/... In July of 2014, Dr Craig flew to the United Kingdom to participate in the Unbelievable? Conference. Now in its 4th year, Unbelievable? is the UK's leading apologetics and evangelism conference. The conference host, Justin Brierley, hosts the popular UK discussion show and podcast Unbelievable? on Premier Christian Radio. He is also the Senior Editor of Premier Christianity magazine. Other conference contributors included Os Guinness, Tim McGrew, Craig Hazen, Tanya Walker, Ruth Jackson, Jeff Zweerink, Clay Jones, and David Robertson. For more information on the event visit: https://my.premier.org.uk/unbelievabl... We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: http://www.youtube.com/drcraigvideos Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.

38 Focus on the Family on Periscope: "Wrapping up a wonderful time of #worship, Gina Milne leads us all in singing "Overcome." #Faith"

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Transforming Prisons, Restoring Lives: Final Recommendations of the Charles Colson Task Force on Federal Corrections

The Colson Task Force was established by Congressional mandate in 2014 as a nine‐person, bipartisan, blue ribbon panel charged with developing practical, data-driven recommendations to enhance public safety by creating a more just and efficient federal corrections system. Informed by over a year of fact-finding, rigorous data analysis, and discussions with key experts and stakeholders, the independent Task Force’s recommendations to the US Congress, the President, and the Attorney General provide a blueprint for reforms to the federal corrections system that are sensible, cost-effective strategies to reduce crime and restore lives.

40 Wilberforce Weekend 2016

Opening in the fall of 2017, this museum will invite visitors to engage with the Bible, immersing them in its impact, narrative and history. The Colson Center and Museum of the Bible are pleased to invite participants in The Wilberforce Weekend Conference for a sneak preview of this historical endeavor by taking part in a hard hat tour of the museum‘s construction site. The event will begin with light refreshments and presentation on the museum’s innovative design and the ground-breaking initiatives already underway, followed by a guided tour of the museum site by museum staff and Clark Construction. Limited to 200 participants.

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Challenging the dominant narrative

A. Well what I think you need to do is to say, ‘look, here is a narrative which has been suppressed. Here is a way of thinking that people are trying to drown out’. They find it threatening, they find it challenging, and we need to say that they may not like it but they’ve got to hear it. They owe it to us to give us a hearing. I think that is something we need to say. CS Lewis, in his sermon The Weight of Glory , says that the dominant narrative in our culture is, ‘what you see is what you get’, and he says we have been ‘entranced’ by that, and we need to break that spell! And then he says the way of breaking a spell is by casting a better spell. What he means is presenting Christianity in an attractive, intelligible and an imaginatively compelling way, so that people stop and say, ‘we’ve got to think about this’. And we haven’t done that very well.

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Matthew Mittelberg on Twitter

Another great meeting at Defenders! Here's a fun report from afterwards: @MarkMittelberg @LeeStrobel #DefendersGCU pic.twitter.com/Rr4i2FVFcZ

43 Southern Baptist Convention > Resolution On Moral Character Of Public Officials

WHEREAS, “Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a disgrace to any people” (Proverbs 14:34 NAS); and WHEREAS, Serious allegations continue to be made about moral and legal misconduct by certain public officials; and WHEREAS, The Bible calls upon all citizens to submit themselves to their governing authorities as ministers of the Lord (Romans 13:1; 1 Peter 2:13); and WHEREAS, Scripture further teaches, “Whoever resists authority has opposed the ordinance of God; and they who have opposed will receive condemnation upon themselves” (Romans 13:2); and WHEREAS, Governing authorities are not themselves exempt from the rule of law and must submit to the nation’s statutes, rather than mocking them (Romans 13:1; 1 Peter 2:14; Proverbs 19:28-29; 2 Samuel 12:7; Mark 6:17-18); and WHEREAS, Some journalists report that many Americans are willing to excuse or overlook immoral or illegal conduct by unrepentant public officials so long as economic prosperity prevails; and WHEREAS, Tolerance of serious wrong by leaders sears the conscience of the culture, spawns unrestrained immorality and lawlessness in the society, and surely results in God’s judgment (1 Kings 16:30; Isaiah 5:18-25); and WHEREAS, Many public officials and candidates deserve our gratitude and support for their consistent moral character and their uncompromising commitment to biblical principles of right and wrong, resulting in blessing upon their people.

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Conscience says Abraham wrong, says Rachel Held Evans

But why would the very God I believe imprinted us all with a conscience—with a deep sense of right and wrong—ask me to deny that conscience by accepting [God’s command in another Bible story] as just? … And how could I ever bring myself to worship a God who, if these accounts are true, ordained and derived glory from actions I believe are evil?

45 Truthbomb Apologetics: Tough Topic Tuesday: The Problem of Evil, Pt. 10

As we conclude our series on the problem of evil, we wanted to offer some helpful tips in dealing with the emotional problem of evil.  The emotional problem of evil "concerns people's dislike of a God who would permit suffering." 1   It also may include those who are angry at God for allowing an event to happen in their life. Philosopher and theologian William Lane Craig contends that "for most people suffering is not really an intellectual problem but an emotional problem." 2   This is important to remember when discussing this problem with others.  Further, we should still go through the intellectual responses to the problem of evil when necessary because, as Craig once again explains, "...by working through it we can respect their opinion (that their problem is intellectual) and help them to see the real problem." 3 As I shared last week ,  many times, the person who puts forth the problem of evil and suffering is suffering or has greatly suffered . We must not minimize this. So when the problem of evil is brought up by those to whom we are talking, we must proceed with caution and tread lightly.

46 Challenge: Diversity of Evidence Prevents Us from Knowing What Was Written - Stand to Reason Blog

Does the diversity of Bible manuscript evidence prevent us from determining what was originally written? How would you explain textual criticism to a friend who posted this claim on Facebook? Let us know how you would answer this objection, and come back to the blog on Thursday to hear Brett’s response.

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Planned Parenthood cleared, but 2 indicted over videos

A grand jury convened to investigate whether a Houston Planned Parenthood clinic had sold the organs of aborted fetuses on Monday cleared the clinic and instead indicted the undercover videographers behind the allegations, surprising the officials who called for the probe and delighting supporters of the women's health organization.

48 Grace to You Radio

It’s one of the most important expressions of worship. But do you know the full significance of communion? See the profound meaning of The Lord’s Supper in John MacArthur’s helpful study.

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Fox News on Twitter

. @tperkins endorsement: "I believe the 1 that is best positioned, best prepared to lead this nation...is @tedcruz ." pic.twitter.com/ApCmYiQsHr

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Q & A: Franklin Graham on Obama's Birth, Trump, & Faith

First of all, they made a point that I would choose Easter to make these statements. I didn't make these statements on Easter. I taped that a week prior, on Monday that week. It was ABC that [broadcast] this on Easter. I responded to a question. I'm not going out making speeches about where the President was born. I could care less. But when asked, I told Christiane Amanpour that the President has a problem that he could probably address by answering that. How come he doesn't come out at a news conference and hold up his birth certificate? I don't know. I'm only responding to what she asked me. She asked me about Donald Trump. When I first heard about him entering, I thought it was a joke. The more I listen to him, the more I say, "Maybe he's right." She asked, "Could you vote for him?" Vote for him as compared to what? Depends on who else is running. Certainly, America needs somebody like a Donald Trump who's got business experience to get us out of the mess that Republicans and Democrats alike have gotten us into.

51 Grace to You
52 The Poached Egg on Twitter
53 Pastors.com
54 The Most Cringeworthy Christian T-Shirts of All Time
55 The Poached Egg on Twitter
56 Krauthammer: Trump ‘Brilliantly’ Using Reality Show Tactics to Keep Attention on Himself
57 The Wisdom Chronicle
58 Why This Former Trump Fan Doesn’t Support Him Anymore
59 Eric Metaxas Show on Instagram: “The weather outside is frightful, but conversations with Alice Von Hildebrand are always delightful! Once you're done playing in the snow,…”
60 Michael Brown - An Open Letter to Jerry Falwell, JR.
61 The Poached Egg on Twitter
62 libby watson on Twitter
63 Donald Trump Confirms He Will NOT Appear on Fox News for Thursday's Republican Presidential Debate
64 Joel J. Miller on Twitter
65 LifeNews.com on Twitter
66 WORLD | Task force: America needs prisons that work | Evan Wilt | Jan. 26, 2016
67 Former Head of Moral Majority Lashes Out at Jerry Falwell Jr.
68 Is God Selfish and Vindictive?
69 Prayer by Timothy Keller - Penguin Books USA
70 William Lane Craig discusses faith and reason with university students
71 Do You Rejoice When You Suffer?
72 WORLD | Campaigning on terror | Mindy Belz | Feb. 6, 2016
73 Our Prayer Instincts Are Backwards
74 Matt Chandler on the Biggest Problem He Encounters in Marriage Counseling
75 The Poached Egg on Twitter
76 Religious group wins court fight with Kentucky
77 Singer Colton Dixon and Wife Celebrate Waiting Until Marriage for Sex
78 Biola University's National Campaign Tour Continues; Sean McDowell Speaks at Phoenix Event
79 Risen TRAILER 2 (HD) Joseph Fiennes, Tom Felton Movie 2015
80 After Donald Trump Announced He’d Skip Fox News Debate, Ted Cruz Offered Him This Challenge
81 WORLD | Faith-filled grief | Andrew Branch | Feb. 6, 2016
82 https://www.crossway.org/books/the-miracles-of-jesus-tpb/
83 Husbands, It’s Time to Start Leading Family Worship
84 What Is ‘Glorified Joy’ and Can I Get It?
85 Eric Metaxas on Twitter
86 12. Why did Jesus have to die?
87 Be fit for battle.
88 Is It Really a Beautiful World?
89 LifeNews.com on Twitter
90 Dayton Hartman on Twitter