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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.

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.

Fern from Social Club Misfits Discusses How Faith Changed His Life While in Prison

Fern, of the hip-hop duo Social Club Misfits, has just released a powerful video in which he describes his story of leaving the church (he was a pastor's kid), getting caught up in drugs and eventually being sent to prison. At what he calls “possibly one of the lowest points in my life,” he was at a party—after doing cocaine—and walked out to a balcony and heard a voice telling him to “just jump.” It was later, while behind bars on drug-related charges, that he came back to faith, and his life was changed forever when he dedicated himself to God. Social Club Misfits will soon release their latest album The Misadventures of Fern & Marty on Capitol Records , which openly deals with themes like faith, struggles and their own life experiences. You can see his moving testimony below.

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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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Charlie Weir on Twitter

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The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

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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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How Does Dr Craig Define God?

For more resources from Reasonable Faith visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org 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: 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.facebook.com/reasonablefa...

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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.

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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.

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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.

9 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.

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The Briefing 01-06-17 - AlbertMohler.com

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…

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Mark Wahlberg: Focusing on My Faith Made Me a Better Person

Wahlberg told the mag he knew the story would be controversial, but that it was important to see the way the city has grown. After growing up in an era where Boston was defined by the riots and racial protests that took place following the desegregation of the Boston public school system, Wahlberg said he wasn’t always proud of his city. But that all changed when he saw the way his city responded to the bombings. In a press conference he told reporters:

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RELEVANT Magazine

This week, we talk with the music duo Johnnyswim about the inspiration behind their latest hit album "Georgica Pond" and the editors look through the brand new issue of RELEVANT featuring Ira Glass, Bastille, Gungor and more. The gang also discusses the mysterious Sinbad movie that’s never existed (but hundreds claimed to have seen), the disappointing new virtual reality trend, weird things donated to thrift stores, why Carrie Underwood was at the Passion Conference and a lot more! Read More

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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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Hopefully Your Weekend Goes Better Than Todd’s

All we know it is that it’s from the Hide-Away Piano Bar in St. Louis, which will now no longer allow its patrons to bring lightsabers. Once again, thanks a lot Todd.

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Q & A With Dr. Craig: Some Bible Questions

Dr. Craig: I'm not sure why he would say that the Gospels date the events differently, especially with this kind of specificity. Because the Gospels don't enable you to determine dates like this. They do represent Herod as having not yet died. So Jesus was born prior to the death of Herod. But I'm not aware of any sort of inconsistency in more specific dates between Matthew and Luke. And the best place to look would be simply in some good commentaries on the Gospel of Luke or the Gospel of Matthew. I think very often I find laypeople aren't aware that there are these massive commentaries that are written by biblical scholars on these sorts of subjects. So they ought to go out and get, say, for example, Darrel Bock's commentary on the Gospel of Luke, and read what he has to say about these passages. Get Craig Keener, his commentary on the Gospel of Matthew, see what he has to say about these. These commentaries are tremendously valuable sources of information about the Gospels. And every Christian ought to have a few of these commentaries in his library. Another really good book is The Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels edited by Scott McKnight et al.

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All of Life as Worship

But this morning we are picking up on another point from last Sunday and the Sunday before. Namely this: if the vital essence of that inner experience we call worship is a being satisfied in God or a cherishing Christ as gain above all things, this accounts for why Romans 12:1–2 portrays all of life as worship. You remember that I asked last week, “Well, what is the Christian life if God cannot be served by human hands but loves to serve us? What does life look like?” And the answer would seem to be that we get up in the morning and we get our hearts fixed on Christ. We go to him and renew our satisfaction in him through his word. And then we enter the day seeking to express and increase that satisfaction in all that God is for us in Jesus.

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5 New Year's Resolutions for Christian Apologists

The turn of the new year is an important time for many people.  It’s a time where you give up ice cream and start exercising for an average of three and a half days before reverting back to old habits.  Some of us may do better.  But as you go about making resolutions, and hopefully a few that stick, here are some resolutions that will help us be better ambassadors for Christ.

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How Would Jesus Spend?

Money is one of those topics that can make some of us feel immense shame and guilt, and it makes others of us feel superior. But what if financial well-being was not just about how much money you had but about learning to relate to it better, not based on whether or not you had more money but rather based in how you’ve matured and embraced who you are and how God designed you? There is no money mold that God handed down from on high because, ultimately, it’s really not about money at all. It’s about you, God and how you and God partner together to build the Kingdom with what He’s given you.

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The Top Three Reasons the Bible Is Reliable (Video) | Cold Case Christianity

J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold-Case Christianity, talks about the reliability of the New Testament by offering the top three reasons you can trust the gospel records related to Jesus.

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Best of 2016: Ligonier Blog

“ More than 450 years ago, a request came to John Calvin to write on the character of and need for reform in the Church. The circumstances were quite different from those that inspired other writings of Calvin, and enable us to see other dimensions of his defense of the Reformation. The Emperor Charles V was calling the Diet of the Holy Roman Empire to meet in the city of Speyer in 1544. Martin Bucer, the great reformer of Strassburg, appealed to Calvin to draft a statement of the doctrines of and necessity for the Reformation. The result was remarkable. Theodore Beza, Calvin’s friend and successor in Geneva, called ‘The Necessity for Reforming the Church’ the most powerful work of his time.”

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VR Porn Trends Increased After Christmas

Most people in early recovery are dealing with high levels of shame and a sense of worthlessness. Adult’s Ministry Pastor at Orlando’s First Baptist Church, Chris Ogden, explains: “For a lot of guys that have struggled in the area of sexuality, the lie becomes ‘This is just who I am. This cannot change. This will never go away. I might enjoy a week or a month [of sobriety] here or there but ultimately this is embedded in my soul, I can’t get free of it.’”

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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

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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…

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Petition to Make Princess Leia a Disney Princess Has More Than 50 Thousand Signatures

After the tragic loss of Carrie Fisher, we feel that it is only fitting for Disney to do away with the rule that an official Disney princess must be animated and make Leia a full-fledged princess. This would be a wonderful way to remember Carrie and a welcoming to one of Disney's new properties that is beloved by millions.

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Christians the most persecuted group in world for second year: Study

The Christian population in Iraq alone has plummeted from 1.5 million in 2003 to current estimates of 275,000 and could be gone for good within just a few years, according to activists. The dwindling numbers are due to genocide, refugees fleeing to other countries, those who are internally displaced, and others hiding in plain sight and not allowing their faith to be publicly known.

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A Call to Worship Leaders

First, Hicks often uses the word “pastor” not in reference to an office in the church, but as a verb and as modifier. “As you plan and lead worship services week in and week out, you are pastoring people . . . and people are conferring on you a certain pastoral authority” (28, emphasis added). This allows Hicks to write across several traditions, but perhaps it costs him opportunities as well. The role of a worship leader is a cultural creation. It’s not equivalent to the Old Testament’s role of the priest or the Levite. Various traditions have differing views, therefore, on the actual office a worship leader holds. Some traditions within the Protestant spectrum give wide latitude to the song leader and invest them with such a level of authority that the office of “pastor” is probably essential. Other traditions might view the role through a diaconal lens. Hicks’s concern is that leaders who view themselves merely pragmatically ought to embrace the ministry mindset that seeks to grow God’s people through thoughtful participation in the Sunday gathering.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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WORLD on Twitter

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Slain in the Shadow of the Almighty

On January 8, 1956, Jim Elliot, Nate Saint, Ed McCully, Peter Flemming, and Roger Youderian were speared to death on a sandbar called “Palm Beach” in the Curaray River of Ecuador. They were trying to reach the Huaorani Indians for the first time in history with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Kentucky house passes right-to-work bill

[JURIST] The Kentucky House of Representatives [official website] on Thursday advanced a bill [text, PDF] that would allow workers to avoid paying dues at union workplaces. This bill was backed by Republican lawmakers who gained a majority in the House last fall. Kentucky democrats have released statements [WSJ report] against the bill. "Kentucky right-to-work is about padding the pockets of the corporate giants who want to keep the cost of doing business down at the expense of the worker," Rep. Dennis Keene [official website] said. "Right-to-work is simply a clever slogan designed to undermine union resources," Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky AFL-CIO [official website], told Kentucky representatives Wednesday. Republicans in the state claim that this will help bring more business and commerce into Kentucky.

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Worshiping with a Broken Heart

I walked into church the day after my heart broke. Broken, aching hearts fill the pews in each of our churches every Sunday. I walked into church the day after my heart broke. Although surrounded by community, the pain still felt intensely personal. “The heart knows its own bitterness” (Proverbs 14:10). The deep ache can feel as isolating as a prison cell. The enemy wants nothing more than to lock believers in that cell of pain, and keep us trapped in isolation. But God wants the opposite. Here are three things to remember when you are tempted to stay home on Sunday morning with a broken heart.

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Frank Turek on Twitter

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Do Women Fighters Undermine the Bible’s Understanding of Gender?

Roberts joined assistant editor Morgan Lee and editor-in-chief Mark Galli this week to discuss whether the sex of the person fighting affects the morality of MMA, what it will take for culture to more broadly value feminine strength, and what the ministry of women is to the church.

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Ann Voskamp on Twitter

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Popular Atheist Blogger, Leah Libresco, Converts to Christianity

As the motto of Pathos goes the site intends to host “the conversation on faith,” however a large chunk of it is dominated by atheists and their arguments against religion. It was with this crowd that Libresco had a popular following and readership.

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Walter Russell Mead on Twitter

Obama has been a Putin enabler for 7 plus years. Putin has tricked and humiliated him again and again. Better late than never, I guess. https://twitter.com/NYTimesCohen/status/817833676553748480 …

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Has the Big Bang Been Scientifically Proven?

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org In the award-winning film The Theory of Everything, the young Stephen Hawking describes cosmology as “a religion for intelligent atheists.” The film then explores the theological implications of two cosmological models defended by Hawking. Do these models in fact have the implications which Hawking attributes to them, and will cosmology play successfully the role of a surrogate religion? In the dialogue between science and theology, philosophy plays a crucial role. In this talk, Dr. Craig will respond to Hawking's claim to have eliminated the Creator of the Big Bang. 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 full-length debates and lectures: http://www.youtube.com/drcraigvideos Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/reasonablefa...

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Should Churches Discipline Gay-Affirming Members?

Earlier today, I participated  in a debate for a radio program about homosexuality and church discipline. The program is “ Up for Debate with Julie Roys ,” and three of us were debating this question: “Should Churches Discipline Gay-Affirming Members?” I argued that they should. The other two guys argued that they shouldn’t. Here’s the description of the show from the website:

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Weddings: Don’t Break the Bank

But, of course, this is not an attack on joy. Just the opposite. It is a plea for drinking from the deepest pools of joy, not the peripheral puddles of happiness. Godly poor people regularly have more joy than rich people. There is no correlation between expensive and joyful — none. Unless it is this: more expensive means more hassle, more stress, more distraction — less joyful. This is a plea to leaders to cultivate an expectation of simplicity so that no one with modest means — and that is a lot of people — feels like a simple wedding with a mints-and-nuts reception — no meal, no dance, just joy — is somehow less honoring to the Lord and the couple. That is tragic if we have cultivated a situation like that.

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Chapter 24, Sec. 3-Chapter 27, Sec. 1 by John Gerstner | January 7, 2017

The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner explains the responsibility of believers to commune with one another.

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Is It a Sin for a Christian to Be Obese? | The Stream

Obviously those who endure the consequences of being somewhat less (or perhaps better said, more) than the ideal weight are not pleased w/the ramifications implied by their appearance. The key word here is “pleased”. Regarding the questioned premise of Mr. Browns commentary, the issue is Who are we pleasing w/whatever it is that challenges The Fathers compassion towards his own. The simplest test for sin in our lives is the affirmation of the capacity for pleasing God we embrace in the deed. Hey, it’s not difficult to please God – w/out faith. It’s impossible ! Perhaps the correlation to this theology is affirmed in the admonition declaring that sin is found in the absence of faith. “Whatever is not of faith – is sin”. Thanksgiving is the voice of faith. Whatever we do as believers must be done w/this in mind. We are admonished to judge ourselves – lest we be judged (by others) So when that third piece of “devils food cake” is being contemplated, eat it w/a heart full of faith & thanksgiving rejoicing in the pleasure you are providing the “author & finisher of our faith” & His & our heavenly Father – or DON”T ….

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What We Need to Learn from the Early Church

Why? It was expected that people would have their own gods, but that they’d be willing to show honor to all other gods as well. Nearly every home, every city, every professional guild—including the empire itself—each had its own gods. You couldn’t even go to a meal in a large home or to a public event without being expected to do some ritual to honor the gods of that particular group or place. To not do so was highly insulting, at the least to the house or community. It was also dangerous, since it was thought that such behavior could elicit the anger of the gods. Indeed, it was seen as treason to not honor the gods of the empire, on whose divine authority its legitimacy was based. 

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Eric Metaxas on Twitter

Tomorrow at 3pm EST I'm preaching @TSCNYC on Exodus 14! Join us online here or in person! The worship is ROCKING! http://www.tscnyc.org/webcasts/sunday-3pm-nyc/ … pic.twitter.com/NfX85NmYpX

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Chris Pratt Describes How He Was Led to Faith in Christ

I was sitting outside a grocery store … And a guy named Henry came up and recognized something in me that needed to be saved. He asked what I was doing that night, and I was honest. I said, ‘My friend’s inside buying me alcohol.’ ‘You going to go party?’ he asked. ‘Yeah.’ ‘Drink and do drugs? Meet girls, fornication?’ I was like, ‘I hope so’ …

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Doctrine of Christ Part 2: The Incarnation (2)

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org Defenders is Dr William Lane Craig's weekly Sunday school class on Christian doctrine and apologetics. This video is part 2 of the Doctrine of Christ. Be sure to check out more doctrines as well as the audio of Defenders: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/defend... 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.facebook.com/reasonablefa...

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The Power and Privilege of God’s Children

Here’s where we see why Jesus practiced so well what he preached about prayer and finding a “closet.” He had no inadequacies to make up for, and no doubts about his trueness, but he desperately desired fellowship with his Father. And so, again and again, he prayed alone. “After he had dismissed the crowds, he went up on the mountain by himself to pray. . . . [H]e was there alone” (Matthew 14:23; also Mark 6:46). Not just once, but as a regular habit, “he would withdraw to desolate places and pray” (Luke 5:16). “Rising very early in the morning, while it was still dark, he departed and went out to a desolate place, and there he prayed” (Mark 1:35).

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57 Logic, Science, & God: The Kalam Cosmological Argument
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59 AMP Conference 2017
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61 CrossExamined Radio | Trumped up Double Standards
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63 The God Particle...and God
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66 Did John the Baptist Advocate Divorce?
67 Top Stories of 2016, Predictions, Ben Franklin’s Christian Sister, and Eliot and Tolkien
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75 Was the Apostle John an Apologist?
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78 Sci-Fi, Free Will, and the Problem of Evil
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