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Watch the Trailer for 'I Am Not Your Negro' Written By James Baldwin

From the mind of legendary author, poet and speaker James Baldwin comes the movie I Am Not Your Negro. The movie is based on a book Baldwin had begun called Remember This House. It was set to look at the lives and deaths of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.—all prominent figures in the fight for civil rights who were violently assassinated in their primes. Baldwin died before he could finish the book—leaving only 30 pages behind. Raoul Peck, the filmmaker behind Fatal Assistance, Lumumba and Murder in Pacot, is using I Am Not Your Negro to provide an up-to-date conclusion to Baldwin's manuscript. The film shows the deep connections in America's history between the Civil Rights Movement and the Black Lives Matter movement. It uses documents and footage from archives and juxtaposes it with current events and asks poignant questions about the assassinations of those three leaders in the larger scheme of the country's history. This, like the Netflix documentary 13th, is likely going to be one of those movies that everyone should see. It is out in theaters Feb. 3 nationwide. Warning: The trailer contains strong language and use of the "n-word."

Watch the Newest Teaser Trailer for 'Beauty and the Beast'

We don’t know about you but we are very excited about the Beauty and the Beast live-action remake. Nostalgia for the '90s is at an all-time high and it only feels right to bring back one of the hottest films of 1991. Since the announcement of the remake, Disney has been teasing us with trailers here and there that have managed to create a ton of buzz around the film’s revival but have revealed very little about the love story between the two main characters. But all of that changed on Wednesday when Disney released a new trailer for the film and it is loaded with chemistry between Belle and the Beast. The cheeky clip hones in on the Beast’s charm and culminates to a flirty moment between him and Belle. It looks adorable and we can’t wait to watch this tale as old as time play out on the big screen on March 17.

Bishop Eddie Long Tells Church He's Ignoring Their Calls Because People Are Asking Too Many Questions

Ailing megachurch Pastor Eddie Long of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia, whose mysterious illness has sparked speculation that he is suffering from HIV or AIDS, told his congregation in a recent sermon that he stopped answering their calls because they were asking too many questions.

Imply or infer? | OxfordWords blog

Should you go with imply or infer? What’s the difference in meaning between them? If you're not sure, don't worry: many people get them confused. 

This Adidas Ad Made By a Film School Student May Make You Tear Up

A film student is putting advertising pros to shame with his incredibly moving Adidas commercial. The ad was directed by 26-year-old Eugen Merher of the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg in Germany and depicts a story that is guaranteed to make you tear up at least once. The spot depicts a former athlete struggling to find life within his retirement home until he finds an old pair of Adidas sneakers. It's only a minute and a half long but still somehow manages to pull on every last heartstring. Merher told The Huffington Post that he tried sending the commercial to ad execs at Adidas, but “they didn’t really react.” Maybe they haven’t found the time in between wiping away their tears, who knows? Either way, we hope this isn’t the last thing we see from Merher.

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2 Epiphany and the Light

So today, almost two weeks after Christmas, worn out with the festivities, food, and with work and school calling us once again, we who have had encountered God in human flesh, must, like the magi did, take the news that we’ve received to a dark world. So please, have a blessed Epiphany, and take the light that you’ve received back into the world wherever you go.

Beware of Making Jesus Your Password

Another too-popular choice is “jesus,” or variants like “jesus777” and “jesus143.” Collectively, more than 21,000 people in the breach used the Son of God’s name as a password, making it the 30th most common password overall, a bit behind “tigger” (No. 22) and ahead of “football” (No. 45).

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This is an edited transcript of The Briefing podcast from early Thursday morning, January 8, 2015. The war on terror took on a savage new face…

7 Stories You Need to Care About in 2017

The end of 2016 brought Eastern Aleppo back into the control of the Syrian government and over 4.8 million Syrian refugees are still displaced. About 488,772 refugees are currently registered in refugee camps while the rest are scattered across Europe and much of the rest of the world. To date, Lebanon has taken the most refugees at 1.1 million with Jordan following behind at 629,000. The Syrian refugee crisis has been the largest displacement crisis of our generation with ramifications to come and years worth of healing yet to be seen.

7 Things the Bible Says About New Beginnings

There’s something in the human spirit that naturally draws toward new things and fresh beginnings are no different. 2016 has been a doozy of a year for many (seriously, what was that about?) and the prospect of its end brings the hope of a new start.

Is the Way Our Cities Are Designed Keeping Us Apart?

I was working at a long-established Chinese church in a neighborhood that was home to many Chinese-speaking East Asian immigrants. And I began to see an interesting pattern. The short version is that many of the church’s second- and third-generation Chinese American families were moving out of this urban-ethnic enclave into the more upwardly mobile suburbs about 20 minutes away. I’ll never forget speaking to a high-school Christian club on Mercer Island, a wealthy community just a few miles across a bridge from Seattle. The school was architecturally beautiful and had all kinds of fancy equipment. I was a University of Washington student at the time, and the kids were mostly asking me about scholarships and standardized-test prep.

Why Will You Wake Up a Christian?

If these reasons are enough to stem your fears, you probably have not considered your circumstances closely enough. We have a powerful enemy whose entire campaign is to destroy our faith. You still have sin that lives in you and seeks to eat away your hope. You live in a body that goes bad, and every night’s sleep brings you closer to a day when your mind might lose its traction, and with it, your “rock solid” hold of God and the gospel.

A Few Minutes with Dr. William Lane Craig

From March 28th to March 30th, Christian philosopher, theologian, author, and speaker Dr. William Lane Craig presented a series of workshops and discussions on the Purdue University Campus in West Lafayette, In. The series culminated with a debate on the existence of God with atheist philosopher Dr. Austin Dacey. Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Craig graciously took time out of his hectic schedule to converse with me on behalf of Boundless . What follows is a transcript of my interview.

Those Who Complain About Fake News Can't Reject Absolute Truth

Fake news has really been making the news. Both Facebook and Google have announced they will not advertising from websites pedaling fake news, according to the New York Times.1 Facebook has gone one step further and announced new features allowing end users to flag stories as "disputed." Such stories will then be displayed with a warning label if they are shared on users' timelines.

10 most read articles of 2016 - Southern Blog

Around this time each year we like to look back at the content we published over the past year to see what resonated with you, the reader. Our focus at The Southern Blog has been to produce content that serves the pastor, missionary, and/or church leader. As you serve the church, we strive to serve you with articles that stretch you theologically, encourage you personally, or assist you pastorally.

Paul Ryan Says That Congress Will Defund Planned Parenthood

the sexual revolution will not be reversed, in the real world their will always be unplanned pregnancies, always have been always will be as long as we are in a sinful world. Oh also married women also have abortions by the way. Stop trying to make the world what it will never be and accept the way it is. Planned parenthood gives birth control for free for low income women or who do not have insurance, so yes it does help. If i did not have insurance, I would go to Planned Parenthood for my birth control (and yes i'am married and i'am a Christian). People are NOT going to stop having sex, WILL NOT happen, by the way Christians have sex and abortions too! We are human beings and we are flawed and sinful, that will not change until Christ returns.

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The student 'trigger warning' about crucifixion is pathetic mollycoddling - Premier Christianity

Too many of our university, media, religious and political elites are engaged in a struggle against reality. And far too many who know it is nonsense are not prepared to fight back in case someone gets offended or hurt. I have taken part recently in a couple of media stories about the gender fluid philosophy about to be imposed on our children through TIE and the Scottish and Westminster governments. Everyone I have spoken to (apart from the tiny minority of Queer theory activists) agree that it’s gone too far and that primary school children should not be taught that they can choose their own gender – but most are too scared to say anything because they fear the social media hate mobs and even more that they could lose their jobs. So they keep quiet, cross their fingers and hope it will go away. It won’t.

Dr. Craig Hazen: Christianity in a World of Religions @ Get A Grip

On Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 Dr. Craig Hazen will be at Living Oaks Church  presenting Christianity in a World of Religion as part of the Get A Grip Apologetics Series . In the Los Angeles area one can expect to bump into representations of every major religion on the planet, and most minor expressions as well. Can Christianity really claim to be different or more true or exclusive in today's day and age. Join us as Dr. Hazen explores five reasons why anyone who is on a spiritual quest or religious journey should start with Christianity. 

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Marijuana to the Glory of God

God is glorious beyond measure, and Christians seek to experience the reality of his glory, for the sake of his glory. Sin has distorted our vision and corrupted our world. Ever since sin first entered the world, all of us have been born spiritually dead, unable to discern the true glory of God (Ephesians 2:1–5; Colossians 2:13; 2 Corinthians 4:4). When we experience the redemptive work of Christ through the Holy Spirit, we are awakened to the reality and beauty of God (2 Corinthians 4:6). But until we see him face to face, we still see his glory as through a glass dimly (1 Corinthians 13:12). As redeemed believers, we are on a journey to knowing him without obstruction. Therefore, we do not want to distort reality; rather, we aim to know him as he really is. We want to see things as they really are.

Logic, Science, & God: The Kalam Cosmological Argument

Here’s the rub: if both Saturn and Jupiter have been orbiting the sun for past infinity, which planet has completed the most orbits? Initially, you might want to answer Jupiter because it is closer to the sun and orbits 2.5 times faster, but you would be wrong. If both planets have been orbiting from infinity past, the correct mathematical answer would be that Jupiter and Saturn have completed the exact same number of orbits. This is ludicrous because Jupiter orbits 2.5 times faster than Saturn, and it would seem that if they have been orbiting the sun from infinity past, then, Saturn should have fallen infinitely behind Jupiter. This is a ridiculous paradox demonstrating the absurdity of an actually infinite past. Since this is absurd, it is logically evident that the universe did begin to exist, and is therefore, not actually infinite.

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One Thing Worth Everything

If we do, we must prepare to hear the worst. For asking Jesus what’s wrong will likely result in him revealing our affections and priorities — our resolves — to be more disordered than we thought. We must prepare to count the cost. The one necessary thing will demand all of our most valuable assets. The Pearl costs it all (Matthew 13:45–46). “Selling” what we have loved and given life to feels dangerous in the audit phase. But the truth is we must say no to our many joys to say a tenacious yes to the one great Joy. It’s in the selling that the worth of the Pearl is revealed.

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The God Particle...and God

On July 4, 2012 two collaborations of over 3000 physicist each independently announced the discovery of a particle colloquially known as "The God Particle."  Where did this elusive particle get its name?  Why did its discovery make international news?  And does it have anything to do with God? Every scientist I know dislikes the moniker "The God Particle."  Physicists, instead, have named the particle after one of the six people who predicted its existence in 1964, the British theoretical physicist Peter Higgs.  Thus, it is the "Higgs particle" or "Higgs boson."  (For those of you who don't know but care about such things, a boson is a subatomic particle with an intrinsic quantum mechanical property of spin equal to an integer value times the Planck constant, named after Indian physicist Satyendra Nath Bose.) In 1993, Leon Lederman, a Nobel Prize winning physicist, wrote a book about the search for the Higgs boson and named the book The God Particle at the urging of his publisher in order to maximize sales.  So the nickname "The God Particle" is mostly a marketing gimmick to sell books.

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Renewing Your Mind | Faith Alone, Part 2 | Jan 6, 2017

The book of Romans says that we are altogether unrighteous, therefore the grave awaits us. So what can we do? Is there a way to righteousness? How can someone be declared righteous by God? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us the most glorious and Christ honoring way, as he affirms that salvation is by "Faith Alone."

Did John the Baptist Advocate Divorce?

We get a lot of emails on relationships, everything from dating, engagement, marriage, and of course divorce and remarriage. This genre of email dominates all the other questions we get. And we get a lot of good push back emails and follow-up questions in search of greater clarity, like this one from a listener named Matthew: “Pastor John, I have a follow-up to you on episode 920 on divorce. Didn’t John the Baptists want Herod to ditch his wife? Because John had been saying to him, ‘It is not lawful for you to have her’ (present tense). See Matthew 14:4. He did not say, ‘It is not lawful for you to have taken her’ (past tense). And we all know how important tense is interpreting the Bible. She is called his wife. So how do you reconcile this seemingly clear call for a married couple to divorce?”

How Does Dr Craig Define God?

For more resources from Reasonable Faith visit: In February 2016, Dr Craig spoke at Kennesaw State University, where Richard Dawkins had drawn a large crowd just over a year ago, on “Evidence for God (with special reference to Richard Dawkins).” Dr Craig used the four terrific animation videos on the contingency, cosmological, moral, and fine-tuning arguments to explain each argument and then interacted with Dawkins’ critique. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page:

Reasonable Faith, Biblical Interpretation and “Tipping Point” Evidence | Cold Case Christianity

How “Tipping Points” Impact Criminal Cases The problem with some circumstantial cases lies in the alternate explanations that could be offered for each piece. Let’s say a suspect behaves in a certain way the day after the murder. I have to ask myself: Is that behavior most reasonably explained by his guilt? Could it also be explained in some other way? What if he made a statement to someone on the day of the murder; did he say something that can only be reasonably interpreted as an indicator of his guilt or is there another way to reasonably interpret the statement? The local case I examined suffered from the problem of multiple interpretations. Each and every piece of evidence could be reasonably explained as consistent with the suspect’s guilt or just a reasonably explained by some other cause. As I made a comprehensive list of all the evidence, I found that none of the facts were without a reasonable alternative explanation. While the detectives interpreted the evidence to demonstrate the suspect’s guilt, a member of the jury could just as rationally conclude that some alternate explanation was reasonable.

31 Top Stories of 2016, Predictions, Ben Franklin’s Christian Sister, and Eliot and Tolkien

Remembering Eliot and Tolkien. J. R. R. Tolkien was born on this date in 1892—125 years ago today. The great Christian poet T. S. Eliot died on Jan. 4, 1965—52 years ago tomorrow. John Stonestreet highlights both of these great artists in today’s BreakPoint commentary . In it, he says, “Because of the success of the ‘Lord of the Rings,’ Tolkien is better known today than Eliot, but Eliot can stand shoulder to shoulder with Tolkien in terms of literary output and genius. Even if you don’t know Eliot’s poem ‘Hollow Men,’ you’ve probably heard the last lines: ‘This the way the world ends/not with a bang but a whimper.’ And most college students read Eliot’s melancholy poem ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,’ which perfectly captures the despair of modern man trying to make it through a broken world without God. That modern man was, in many ways, Eliot himself: isolated, spiritually lost, despairing.” But Eliot came to Christ a decade after penning Prufrock, and he wrote some of the most magnificent poetry of the 20 th century after his conversion. Some people find Eliot’s poetry difficult, and some of it truly is hard to understand.

New Devotional Video: We Can Do Nothing

We must say no to many other joys to say a tenacious yes to the one great joy. It’s in the selling that the worth of the Pearl is revealed.

The Gospel Coalition National Conference (Indianapolis, IN) - Conference Classes

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary  partnership will allow conference attendees to earn up to 3 hours of academic course credit at the 2017 gathering in Indianapolis, IN. Students are required to attend the entirety of the TGC National Conference from Monday, April 3, 2017, through Wednesday, April 5, 2017. Additionally, students will attend pre-conference lectures with the professor on April 2 and 3 ( See the course syllabus here ).

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National Geographic’s "Gender Revolution": Bad Argument and Biased Ideology

At one point, Henig describes an individual who is searching for an identity that “feels right.” This is frighteningly subjective and subject to endless self-reinterpretation. What “feels right” for one person offers no pathway to what is right. It is also an example of why the gender revolution consists of “broken cisterns that can hold no water” (Jer. 2:13). As one viral video illustrates, taking the language of “identity” and “identify” alongside “gender” leads to frivolous and ridiculous claims that in our conscience we know to be false. And indeed, that’s what is most problematic about this article: accepting the claims contained in it requires papering over the conscience. It requires making a mockery of the “law written on the heart” that our bodies bear witness to in our complementary design. As this article demonstrates, there are no boundaries to the sexual and gender revolution; only the wake of human carnage that results from suppressing the truth.

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Evidence That Humans Are Evolving Is Not Evidence for Human Evolution

Evolutionary biologists propose two models to explain the origin of lactase persistence. The lead hypothesis argues that the mutation that led to lactase persistence occurred recently after animal domestication took place. (Most studies support this idea.) The ability to digest nutrient-rich animal milk offered an obvious advantage and consequently took hold and spread quickly among human populations. The other model—a reverse-cause hypothesis—asserts that the mutation for lactase persistence was present in humans well before the Neolithic revolution…

Remember, the Bible Never Mentions A Building Called ‘Church'

I appreciate your point that the building itself is not the church but I think you have totally missed the mark on understanding of the local expression of church as a manifestation of the global church. Transforming lIves in the areas they find themselves by showing the love of God. What's more the bible clearly shows believers gathering together to here teaching from the apostles in large groups as well as meeting in homes. Both aspects are important. Moreover we are a body that functions together. Without each other we do not fully show forth the love of Christ. In summary I understand what you are saying but I think you are misinformed or this a personal reaction and not reflective of biblical truth

Mutations: How They Work and Which Worldview They Favor

For haploid organisms (those possessing one complete set of chromosomes) and single-cell organisms, mutations of any kind can have a radical effect on the cell and all its progeny. The replication of single-cell organisms is haploid and asexual, and is extremely rapid compared to the reproductive cycle of sexual organisms. Therefore, a mutation that provides a fitness advantage will often spread throughout single-cell progeny and become prevalent throughout the population within a very short period of time. The fact that rapid selection of mutations provides fitness advantages is an uncontested idea at the level of single-cell microorganisms. This type of evolution is sometimes referred to as microbial evolution or microevolution and it is noncontroversial…

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The Legacy of Brainwashing

Atheistic evolutionists do not want any talk of “critiquing” or “thinking critically” about evolutionary ideas, because it is their way of explaining life without God, which is why we call the evolutionary worldview a religion. Despite their claims to the contrary, atheists use evolutionary ideas as their religion to replace God. The evolutionary worldview is a foundation for their set of beliefs about life and how it arose, just as the biblical creation worldview, as described in Genesis, is our set of beliefs about how life arose. Atheists blindly hold to evolution because of their rejection of Christ. Zack Kopplin has seemingly declined to talk about his personal beliefs about God, but many atheists have basically claimed him as one of their own, including the Friendly Atheist, a well-known blogger, who published a post the other day calling Kopplin an atheist. 3

The Christian Apologist's Moral Compass

Apologetics is now hot stuff to more folks. For this, we should be deeply thankful, since the one, true gospel is being defended publicly as true and reasonable in churches, the public square, and on the Internet. 1 But with popularity comes the danger of zeal getting ahead of knowledge and character. Christian defenders need to know the arguments of apologetics, but they must also find their moral bearings to bear the truth nobly. After thirty-five years of studying, teaching, and writing about apologetics as a philosopher, I discern the need for some explicit instruction, especially since I know of no other treatment of the subject.

Is the Universe Full of "Wasted" Space?

I do not understand your argument in the blog post. You cite Hugh Ross in claiming that, in fact, the universe is not full of wasted space. However, the argument you give does not support the claim you and Ross make. In particular, just because the mass *density* of the universe is (allegedly) precisely what it needs to be, that does not mean that the massiveness of the universe is precisely what it needs to be. And moreover, massiveness and spaciousness are not the same thing anyway, so your conclusion seems irrelevant to the charge of wasted space.

People Claim to Have Seen a Mysterious Movie That Never Existed

Some people believe the group is falling victim to “the social contagion of memory”—essentially, all of the talk about the movie is creating realistic false memories in people’s minds. Some people believe the movie was “disappeared” because Sinbad himself hated it. Some people believe it is an example of the “Mandela Effect,” which essentially states that multiple realities have existed, and splintered versions sometimes converge (in this case, in one reality Shazaam was real).

New Bill Puts Health Care Funds in Individuals’ Hands

Rep. Dave Brat, R-Va., has introduced a bill in the House that, if passed, will allow individuals to decide how they want their health care funds to be spent, without the influence of the government or health insurance providers.

Jimena: una mexicana sincera.

Jimena es una joven muy inteligente que ve la creación y entiende que hay un Creador. Sin embargo, ella no piensa que Dios tenga un sentido del bien y del mal, sino neutro. Observa cómo ella está dispuesta a escuchar y reflexionar.

Jesus: The Way, or One of Many Ways?

The “One Way” belief is assuredly becoming more and more unpopular, as are other matters of truth, truths that are clearly laid out in Scripture. Our post absolutes culture can’t tolerate having their worldview being challenged, and I don’t know that debate or discussion will win many over. Only an encounter with grace, through the work of the Holy Spirit, will draw them to faith in God and an understanding of the truth of His Word. We can pray that such a revival will happen before His return. I pray that my daughter will not have stepped so far from the light that she’ll be lost in darkness and realize it too late.

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Disclaimer, I am not white. With that said, as someone who grew up in a so called tyranny, I do not believe that DT administration will be “emperor” like. You have valid points, but also seem to neglect the bigger picture. To me personally, the election is about what can be passed down to our next generations. Obama administration, together with democrats, have robbed us the very value that is dear to the American.people. Additionally, the increased influx of the people from the islamic nations are dangerous for the future of the country, to put it mildly. At the end of the day, I, as a Christian, can no longer side with the democratic party, as they have chosen their values which are not corresponds with the Christian values. Republicans are also corrupt to a certain degree, but the values that they hold are still closer to my Christian values.

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