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Islam and ethnic identity

This is where the second common confusion comes into play. North Americans tend to regard religious identity as both private and personal. It is true that we still think in stereotypes: Poles and Italians are typically Roman Catholic, and Southerners are usually Protestant. Jewish families will sometimes disown a child who converts to Christianity. However, by and large, religion is regarded as a matter of choice, and it is kept out of public view. A person can have any religious identity and be an American. In much of the Muslim world, the opposite is true. Islam is part of their ethnic identity. To be a Turk, or a Persian, or a Malay, or a host of other Islamic people groups, is to be a Muslim, and if you cease to be the latter you also cease to be the former. You don’t even have to be particularly observant as a Muslim, but you cannot leave Islam. To join another religion is to commit ethnic and cultural treason and to cut yourself off from the family and community ties that are foundational to your identity. This is one of the greatest challenges facing Christians sharing the Gospel with Muslims.

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Border Crisis = Church Opportunity

A feeling of hopelessness and insecurity in Central America has fueled the exodus of 43,000 unaccompanied Central American children and teenagers to the US border this year, a ten-fold increase since 2009. The origin of the crisis lies in the growing menace of the violent narco-trafficking underworld in three countries: Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Paradoxically, many of the roots of the crisis lie in the very country to which the children are fleeing—our own society's insatiable demand for narcotics, and the network of gangs originating in Los Angeles which have extended their talons deep into Central America.

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How to Disciple Others Like Jesus Did—with Dignity | Prince on Preaching

I find it fascinating that Jesus models this kind of particularistic love in his relationships with his disciples, yet I believe this facet of his discipleship is largely ignored. In the dozens of books on discipleship that I own, I don’t remember any author pointing this feature out. I find biblical arguments for why we should disciple and mentor others. I find helpful biblical principles for how we should go about doing it. I find essential theological themes outlined that we should cover with our disciples. But I’ve never once read anything seeking to guide us in discipling men and women in such a way that their unique personalities, giftings, and identities are treasured, valued, and preserved. Each person that God has placed in our ministry context is a completely unique personality; there is no other. With that noted our approach to discipleship should respect the dignity of this uniqueness beyond impersonal personality quizzes and exploitative attempts to categorize into ‘Type A’ or ‘Type B’ structures. We have to apply the universal realities the Bible teaches us to the particular personalities in front of us.

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How Not to Argue: The Problem with Slippery Slopes

A slippery slope argument is merely a claim that “A will lead to B” either as an inevitability, as an increased probability, or as a logical outcome. Slippery slope arguments are often misunderstood, and many people mistakenly think their use is always logically fallacious. As a general rule, if someone summarily dismisses a slippery slope claim, he or she is probably not the type of person who understands how arguments work. (For instance, there are numerous legal precedents where people have argued that accepting legal decision A will lead to B and have been proven correct.)

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Pastor urges French to 'stand up for peaceful Islam' after Paris attack – Premier Premier

Several people have been arrested overnight and vigils have been held across the country, and around the world, after 12 people were shot dead at the offices of a satirical magazine yesterday.

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Perry Noble on Twitter

If those who are angry at what I said about "The 10 Commandments" were actually following all 10 the world would be such a better place! :-)

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Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God

In 1966 Time magazine ran a cover story asking: Is God Dead? Many have accepted the cultural narrative that he’s obsolete—that as science progresses, there is less need for a “God” to explain the universe. Yet it turns out that the rumors of God’s death were premature. More amazing is that the relatively recent case for his existence comes from a surprising place—science itself.

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People know the consequences: Opposing view

People know the consequences: Opposing view Why did France allow the tabloid to provoke Muslims? writes Anjem Choudary, a radical Muslim cleric in London and a lecturer in sharia. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1BB9rJf

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The DropBox Film: In Theaters March 3-5, 2015

The Drop Box tells the story of South Korean pastor Lee Jong-rak and his heroic efforts to embrace and protect the most vulnerable members of society. It is a heart-wrenching exploration of the physical, emotional and financial toll associated with providing refuge to orphans that would otherwise be abandoned on the streets. But The Drop Box movie is also a story of hope —a reminder that every human life is sacred and worthy of love.

10 2015 The Gospel Coalition National Conference April 13-15, Orlando FL

Our 2015 National Conference seeks to stir longing for our ultimate home in heaven as we explore the sweep of redemption from creation to consummation, Genesis to Revelation. Our plenary speakers will unfold the Bible's teaching on eschatology, a topic of burning importance today. Along with these nine plenary sessions we've planned more than 50 workshops and focus gatherings led by speakers addressing topics including evangelism, homosexuality, student ministry, sexual abuse, faith and work, and much more. Join us as we worship God together in word and song with joyful hope that Jesus is returning soon. 

11 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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9 Things You Should Really Know About Anglicanism

9.  Global Anglicanism is more African and Asian than it is English and American . The center of contemporary Anglicanism is found in places like Nigeria, Uganda, and Kenya. In these places there are burgeoning Anglican churches, and a great deal of evangelism and church planting. There are strong Anglican churches too in Asia and elsewhere. Noticeably, where liberal theology has become dominant in Anglicanism—mainly in the "first world"—Anglicanism is rapidly shrinking, and is possibly only a generation from its demise. 

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An Army Chaplain, First Tested By War, Finds His Faith Renewed

Peters says it was his lifelong relationship with God that suffered the most. In fact, the God he had taken with him to Iraq — the benevolent deity who loves everyone and rewards the faithful — that concept of God died along with a whole bunch of brave soldiers, he says.

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Fire Chief Loses His Job After Controversy Over Christian Book He Wrote — and Here’s the Bible Verse Atlanta’s Mayor Used Against Him

“I, too, am a person of very deep religious faith … 1 Corinthians 14:40 says, ‘Let all things be done decently and in order’ and I want to make very clear in my judgement that was not done here,” Reed proclaimed. “Chief Cochran’s book … was published in violation of the city’s standards of conduct, which require prior approval of the ethics officer and the board of ethics.”

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The Christian Writers Daily

The Christian Writers Daily, by T.E. Avery: Daily Articles By Christian Writers.

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'Not Forgotten': The Top 50 Countries Where It's Most Difficult To Be A Christian

But it wasn’t increased violence that primarily drove persecution to record levels in 2014, but rather increased “cultural marginalization,” according to Open Doors. In other words, the "more subtle 'squeeze' dimensions of persecution" which make "daily life ... harder and harder" for Christians. A substantial study by the Pew Research Center found that nearly 75 percent of the world’s population now lives in countries with high levels of social hostility involving religion. [CT compared how both groups rank the world's worst persecutors .]

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Attracted To Men, Pastor Feels Called To Marriage With A Woman

Allan Edwards is the pastor of Kiski Valley Presbyterian Church in western Pennsylvania, a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America. He's attracted to men, but he considers acting on that attraction a sin. Accordingly, Edwards has chosen not to act on it.

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Innovative Apologetics: Jesus Christ vs. Muhammad: There is No Comparison

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*UPDATED* Nigeria’s 9/11: Boko Haram Massacres 2000 in Attack on Baga, City Burnt to the Ground

More than 2,000 people are unaccounted for after radical Islamist sect Boko Haram torched more than 10 towns and villages in Nigeria, a local lawmaker told NBC News. Ahmed Zanna, a senator for Borno state where the attack happened, said the militants razed the town of Baga as well as “10-to-20″ other communities in the country’s rural northeast over the past five days. “These towns are just gone, burned down,” he told NBC News via telephone. “The whole area is covered in bodies.”

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In the Wake of Charlie Hebdo: Why Satire Matters

If Charlie Hebdo were to close because of this senseless, horrific massacre, then we're all lessened by its loss. The magazine stands for a lot more than just a few thousand subscribers and a few uncomfortable French politicians. It stands for the ability of humanity to transcend its darkest impulses. If you are a believer and you believe that the God Who created the universe loves you, then I believe that you can probably conceive of a God who can handle humor, laughter, teasing, and -- yes -- satire. That's the description of a Big God. A little God gets easily offended by the chattering of minuscule bipeds on a backwater planet at the edge of an insignificant solar system in the quiet suburbs of a very, very big universe. The ability to understand and appreciate satire, religious or political, is one of the defining, distinctive qualities of an actualized, fully functioning human being, one who is big enough to occasionally laugh at himself or herself, and one who knows that occasionally his or her sacred cow is going to get gored. Anne Lamott calls laughter "carbonated holiness.

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Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God

In 1966 Time magazine ran a cover story asking: Is God Dead? Many have accepted the cultural narrative that he’s obsolete—that as science progresses, there is less need for a “God” to explain the universe. Yet it turns out that the rumors of God’s death were premature. More amazing is that the relatively recent case for his existence comes from a surprising place—science itself.

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5 Minutes in Church History - A Weekly Christian Podcast with Stephen Nichols

5 Minutes in Church History, hosted by Dr. Stephen Nichols, is a weekly podcast that provides an informal and informative look at church history. Join us each week as we take a brief break from the present to go exploring the past. Travel back in time as we look at the people, events, and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. Each podcast offers an easily digestible glimpse of how the eternal, unchangeable God has worked in the church over prior generations, and how this can encourage us today. This is our story—our family history. 5 Minutes in Church History is an outreach of Ligonier Ministries.

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World’s cartoonists respond to the attack on ‘Charlie Hebdo’

The outpouring in reaction to the killing of 12 in an attack on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris — known for its cartoons that took on politicians and religious figures, including the Prophet Mohammad — was spontaneous and pointed. Below is a sampling of some of the cartoons that are being shared on Twitter, most with the hashtag #jesuischarlie — I am Charlie.

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To Love Our Neighbors, We Help Them Thrive

We love our neighbors by allowing them to thrive. Humanity was not created to survive, but to thrive. And thriving requires people to create more than they consume. When communities thrive economically, it resonates through all the other domains—spiritual, educational, health, the arts, and more. Our work seeks to build value-creating business as long-term sustainable solutions to overcoming poverty and to establishing communities that flourish—by giving them the dignity of earning their own living and providing for their families. We believe that is truly loving our neighbors as we would love ourselves.

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First Five Years

First Five Years is a 9Marks Conference to encourage and instruct new pastors.  If you are new in your ministry–perhaps in preparation, or in the first years of a church plant, or in your first church, or just beginning your pastorate in a new place–this conference is meant to equip you.  With brothers from around the country and beyond, 9Marks wants to provide practical counsel from God’s Word and to facilitate more fellowship between new pastors looking to God’s Word for guidance.  Pray about coming.  I’m excited for this time together!

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David Oyelowo: 'Selma Was a Spiritual Endeavor For Me'

So he walked to Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, which is just a few hundred yards away from where we were shooting that scene and asked them if they had a pulpit we could borrow. They said, “Well, you can't have the one that's in the actual church, but we found this pulpit in the basement two days ago. You can use that one.” And then we found out it was the actual pulpit Dr. King gave that actual speech from. Wow! The exact same pulpit. And it had been found two days before! These events we're showing in the film happened fifty years ago. At any time in those intervening years could that pulpit have been found. Things like that happened so many times. It was like God was winking at us. A lot of the people on the set were people of faith—they were either Christians or they'd been raised that way, and so it was very easy to talk about faith. Obviously, we were portraying people of faith, and there were several scenes, especially more difficult ones, where we would all pray together before going into those scenes. Which scenes those? Why did you decide to pray during them? There are a couple of speeches I give in church in the film.

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More Than Just a Good Church Kid

Often we are so busy telling kids what they shouldn’t or can’t be or do that we miss telling them in whose image they are created to be. When we worship Jesus in all of life––because we see him for who he is and revel in his grace––we are transformed into his image and something more beautiful and life-giving than morality is realized . . . we live a gospel-empowered life. A gospel-empowered life produces the fruit of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22–23).

30 God, Science & the Big Questions: Leading Christian Thinkers Respond to the New Atheism | Facebook

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Gospel Formed

For this reason we should welcome voices that help us re-angle the light of the multifaceted gospel to shine on our hearts in a fresh way. Jesus’s declaration that “it is finished” should echo off every corner of our lives in perpetuity. Medders, lead pastor of Redeemer Church in Tomball, Texas, is a trustworthy guide in helping us meditate long and hard on what it means to, as his subtitle states, live a grace-addicted, truth-filled, Jesus-exalting life. 

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Crossway on Twitter

See what new ESV Bible editions are coming out in 2015: http://cway.to/1BLwUFG  pic.twitter.com/CQqx1ni3xG

33 The PleaseConvinceMe Apologetics Podcast : How to Evaluate Alleged Bible “Contradictions”

The Cold-Case Christianity Podcast is hosted by J. Warner Wallace, cold-case detective, Adjunct Professor of Apologetics at Biola University and author of Cold-Case Christianity (A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels). Jim examines the case for the Christian Worldview from an investigative, evidential perspective. With the rules of evidence clearly in mind and over 25 years’ experience as an investigator, Jim examines the case for the existence of God, the reality of dualism, the reliability of the Biblical text, and the deity of Jesus. Join us each week as Jim sorts through the evidence for the Christian Worldview, and please visit our website at www.ColdCaseChristianity.com.

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State's Attorney in Baltimore City Could Make Announcement on Episcopal Bishop Heather Cook's Grisly Hit-And-Run This Weekend

The Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City could make an announcement on the controversial hit-and-run case of embattled Episcopal Bishop of Maryland Heather Cook, 58, as early as this weekend and she could be facing potential vehicular manslaughter and a number of other charges.

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Wow: See The Shocking Way One Church Is Celebrating The Killing Of Millions Of People

Dear friends and family of St. James Episcopal Church, we are aware of the blessing our church building is to our congregation and to our community. We are grateful to have the opportunity to share our resources with neighbors. Later this month, will use our parish hall for their annual chili supper. After several years of supporting the ministry of College Hill United Methodist Church and the Wichita chapter of Planned Parenthoodour friends in peace, St. James has this year been attacked by anti-abortion activists. The harassment to this point includes phone calls, email messages, sensational website articles and facebook postings. We are doing our best to keep the St. James Facebook page free of inappropriate or unwanted posts. Please let us know if something appears here which needs our administrative attention and report the post to facebook if you think doing so is appropriate. The Wichita chapter of Planned Parenthood supports well-woman checks for women of low-income at the Wichita Clinic. For further information about this event, please contact College Hill United Methodist Church or the Wichita chapter of Planned Parenthood.

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Moody Radio | Up for Debate | This Week's Program

Moody Radio produces and delivers compelling programming filled with solid biblical insight and creative expressions of faith that helps you take the next step in your relationship with Christ. We desire to be the place where you turn—for truth, direction and hope. Through the power of the Word, you will hear and experience more of the life God intends for you in every moment, in every situation.

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Snake Slithers Into Downtown PR Firm's Toilet

It's many people's worst fear: a snake coming up through a toilet. An urban legend, even. But Vertical PR and Marketing co-owner Stephanie Locsa saw for herself that it can happen. NBC 7's Vanessa Herrera talked to Locsa in this video report. (Published Wednesday, Jan 7, 2015)

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7-Year-Old Gives 'Blessing Bags' to the Homeless

Caiden Perez is your typical 7-year-old that loves playing with toys, but also loves to help others in his community. His original idea was to go out and bring them pizza, but came up with an even more helpful one that he can do first. He went out and handed them "blessing bag.". These bags contained things such as socks, toothpaste, and shampoo. Things they could use to better themselves everyday and what most people are fortunate to have.

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Microfinance Is a Women’s Issue

Instead of handing a woman a box of aid—resources she will inevitably need again in a few weeks—microfinance can empower that same woman to start a small business, one fueled by her dreams and developed by her own gifts and talents. It’s the same concept as “teach a man to fish…,” except this time, it’s “teach a woman to grow a business.”

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Francis Chan: I'd Rather My Children Love Jesus More Than Me; Parents Too Focused on Children's Happiness

Chan explained, "It's not just about their current happiness and my time with the Lord isn't just so that we can have a happy family because honestly if my connection with the Lord made our family dynamics more difficult or trying, it would still be worth it because my goal, my greatest desire is that when my kids leave the family, leave the home is that they would love Him deeply. So I need them to experience God when they're with me, I need them to experience the answers of prayers so that they pray more because once my kids move out, yea, it would be tough if they were interviewed, you know, and said ah yeah we had a tough family; I don't really like hanging out with them or I don't really like my dad that much. Of course that would break my heart but I could deal with that. What would be unbearable is if they didn't love Jesus."

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Married Pastor Admits to Having Homosexual Attractions; 'We All Have Part of Our Desires We Choose Not to Act On'

"The first question a congregant asked in my interview in front of the whole church was, 'What is your biggest struggle in life?' and I shared this part of my story with the church," Edwards told Mail Online . "I preach on issues of sexuality when they come up in the Scripture text that day, but it's not a hobby horse of mine. I think we all have part of our desires that we choose not to act on, right? So for me, it's not just that the religion was important to me, but communion with a God who loves me, who accepts me right where I am."

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ZachariasTrust on Twitter

Want to be prepared to give an answer like 1 Peter 3:15? Book now 4 #Reasons4God London 24 Jan http://bit.ly/ReasonsforGod  pic.twitter.com/35IDbDidlz

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Stained Glass Windows for Churches May Make Comeback With Younger Generations

"I believe they are indicating that large open glass windows are a good thing, but that there are some venues where traditional, ornate stained glass would be a great fit," said DeGroot to CP. "This may cause even contemporary churches to consider stained glass, especially in chapels or other venues that need something that speaks 'church.'"

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Evangelical Teacher Fired for Giving Bible to Student Supported By Gov't Commission

A New Jersey school district broke the law when it fired a substitute teacher after he gave a curious middle school student a Bible for academic purposes, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruled in a mid-December decision released to the public this week.

45 The TC Apologetics Daily

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

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NAACP Bombing Act of Domestic Terrorism? FBI Investigating Attack

The FBI is investigating whether an explosion that occurred near the Colorado Springs National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Branch was an act of domestic terrorism and officials have raised the possibility of it being a hate crime.

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http://www.crossway.org/books/romans-hcj/

"John Wesley once said of a colleague that Scripture so thoroughly pulsed through his spiritual veins that he 'bled Bibline.' The same could be said without exaggeration of R. C. Sproul. More specifically, one could easily say that he 'bleeds Pauline.' The theology of the Apostle to the Gentiles courses through Dr. Sproul's veins in all of his work. Therefore, it is a special privilege to be able to read his sermons on Paul's Letter to the Romans. Romans has turned the world upside down for two millennia. Not only did it lead to Augustine's conversion; it was a primary source for his defense of the gospel against Pelagius. This epistle was the catalyst for the Reformation and shaped the minds and hearts of many leaders of the modern missionary movement. Romans continues its revolution to the present day and each of R. C. Sproul's expositions reminds us why. Read this book and, by God's grace, you'll never be the same." —Michael Horton , J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California; author, Calvin on the

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Is THIS Evidence Of Ancient Life On Mars?

Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) mission members work in the data processing room beside Mission Control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California August 2, 2012 ahead of the landing of the Mars rover Curiosity. NASA said Thursday all was well ahead of its nail-biting mission to Mars, with its most advanced robotic rover poised to hunt for clues about past life and water on Earth's nearest planetary neighbor. On a two-year journey to seek out signs of environments that once sustained life, the landing of the Mars Science Laboratory and the largest and most sophisticated rover ever built, Curiosity, is set for 1:31 am August 6 (0531 GMT). AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/GettyImages)

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Republicans Waste No Time Introducing Pro-Life Legislation in New Congress; New Pain-Capable Bill Would Prevent Abortions After 20 Weeks

With two House Republicans introducing a bill on Tuesday that would ban legal abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, the GOP has wasted little time in introducing pro-life legislation that is likely to be voted on in the Senate with Republicans now controlling both houses.

51 The Most Important Things to Do to Start Paying Off Your Debt
52 More Than Just a Good Church Kid
53 Advice to Young Pastors from Bryan Chapell, Miguel Núñez, and Darrell Bock
54 Atheist Richard Dawkins on Paris Terrorist Attack: All Religions Are Not Equally Violent
55 Islam Is 'Religion of Peace and Non-Violence,' Muslim Groups Insist in Wake of Paris Shooting
56 Worst Christian Persecution in Over 20 Years Marks Last Year; ISIS, Islamic Extremism Mostly to Blame, Finds Open Doors Report
57 Taking on the Jesus Mythicists
58 God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: Atheism grows to a Massive 2.4% of American Population: Secular and Proud of It WSJ
59 En Español
60 Wife Shares The Most Amazing News to Her Husband in a Photo Booth
61 Innovative Apologetics: Refuting Islam at its Core: Islamic Ground Falters and Collapses
62 Christian Genocide Is on the Rise as World Leaders Have 'Stood by and Watched,' Persecution Watchdog Head Accuses
63 'Selma' and the Long Arc of Justice
64 Scriptural Discipleship Principle #1: Maturity Is The Goal
65 Movie Review: Selma
66 Beyond the Bible Belt - Valleydale Church
67 The Problem with Fighting a Christian Culture War
68 Christian Scholarship and the Distinguishing Virtue of Humility
69 16-Year-Old With Cancer Gets Millions of Dog Pictures to Make Him Feel Better
70 Taming Christian Rage
71 Home
72 President Obama Condemns 'Evil' Paris Terrorist Attack Which Leaves 12 Dead; Queen Elizabeth II Leads Tributes to Victims
73 The Science of Chasing Your Dream
74 The Sum of All Fears: 5-Foot Snake Found in California Toilet
75 Bill Nye, Nicholas Wade, and the Origin of Human Color Vision
76 ISIS Cyber Terrorists Hack US Media Outlets' Websites, Twitter Accounts; Claim to Hack FBI Databases
77 Paris Manhunt Continues as Authorities Arrest 7, Focus on Brothers With Radical Islamic Ties
78 It’s time to move past the Madonna cult
79 Islam and ethnic identity
80 Hoosiers and Michiganders See Gains Since Roll Back of Union Bosses’ Special Privileges
81 Conan Pays a Heartfelt Tribute to the Paris Attack Victims - #JeSuisCharlie
82 The Hummingbird: God’s Tiny Miracle
83 BreakPoint on Twitter
84 Has MIT physicist Jeremy England solved the origin of life problem?
85 A Look at Richard Carrier’s “So…if Jesus Didn’t Exist, Where Did He Come From?”
86 http://catalystconference.com/read/life-wont-wait-on-the-wounded-pt.3/
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88 WORLD | Hanging out with Freaks and Geeks | Chelsea Kolz Boes | Jan. 8, 2015