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The Spiritual Toll of Pop Culture’s Irony Obsession

Serious truths in a culture that doesn’t take things very seriously.

The Gospel Coalition - ON 2015 Regional Conference

Tickets for The Gospel Coalition - ON 2015 Regional Conference in Toronto from BuzzTix. WORKSHOP  * SPACE IS LIMITED * CHOOSE ONE. You will need workshop number (W#) or presenter name to register.  For information on presenters, visit TGC Ontario website.   W1. Minho Song: The Pyung

Here's the Trailer for the New Reality Show About Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr.

The man known as Kanye's pastor is about to be on reality TV. Oxygen recently released the trailer for Rich in Faith, an upcoming reality show that follows Vous Church pastor and author—and the guy who officiated the wedding of Kanye and Kim—Rich Wilkerson Jr. Check it out:

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Preview Day | Boyce College

Boyce Preview Day allows us to roll out the “red carpet” for our guests to get a first-hand look at our college. From hearing the testimonies of our students to listening to professors in the classroom, you will see how we seek to do all things for the glory of God.

This Video of Apollo Space Mission Photos Is the What Your Afternoon Needs

Recently, more than 12,000 photos from NASA’s various Apollo missions became public domain. Not long after, space enthusiast Kipp Teague gathered the photos in the Project Apollo Archive Flickr account. According to CNN, the collection spans from Apollo 7, the first manned test flight in 1968, through Apollo 17, the program's final lunar mission in 1972. And then, because of the Internet, a videographer took some of the photos and brought them to life in this short video. It’s just the perspective your Monday afternoon needs.

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The Pro-Choicers' Cheapest Trick, Pulled by Wired Magazine | The Stream

Since that embryo is a human being, it deserves all the protections we give a human being. You shouldn’t kill me, because I’m a human being with a right to life; and for the same reason neither of us should kill the unborn human being. The argument makes sense to the average person. That’s the reason the pro-choicers do whatever they can to keep people from hearing it. And they have one cheap but effective trick to hide the argument, a trick they don’t want you to know.

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The Briefing 10-12-15

1) California bill undermining liberty of crisis pregnancy centers, requiring abortion promotion signed

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Welcome to Examiner.com

On "The Walking Dead" season 6 premiere, time bounces from the past to the present. Flashbacks were presented to viewers in black and white, which was a great effect. One thing that should be noted is this episode seemed quite a bit different from any other episode in the history of the show.

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The Briefing 10-12-15

1) California bill undermining liberty of crisis pregnancy centers, requiring abortion promotion signed

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"The Martian" - Hope, Humanity, and God- a Christian look at the film

By no means does this film offer much related to worldview issues about God, but there are a few moments worth mentioning. The first is when Mark has to whittle a crucifix in order to get some material to burn for making water. He looks at the figure of Christ on it and says that he thinks that Jesus wouldn’t mind him using it to save his life. Though this never develops beyond a joke, it is interesting to see how it ultimately is a kind of salvation through the cross–this time in a very literal sense.

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The Pastor and Counseling: The Basics of Shepherding Members in Need

The Pastor and Counseling  invites and challenges pastors to reclaim their special responsibility of shepherding God’s people through the personal ministry of God’s Word. Pierre and Reju won’t let us fly over the messy trenches of human life as if we don’t belong in them. People, at some point, share unique burdens and seek help tailored to the details of their lives. They become worried, angry, and full of despair. They need the Word preached. They need the Word embodied. And they need the Word ministered—personally—to their lives (Col. 1:28–29; 3:16; 1 Thess. 4:18; 5:14).

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Eric Metaxas on Twitter

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The Dangers of Church Lingo

As a pastor, I hear at least 50 words that are exclusively used in the koinonia of the church gathering. I use at least 65 of them. And it has to stop. Subconsciously we believe we need this “language”, and that’s a lie from the pit of hell (and the sinner’s prayer will not save us from it). Christian-ese is confusing for power evangelism, missional communities and servant leadership. If we want our discipleship to truly succeed, we need to die to the sub-culture of churchianity and re-learn the true meaning of being a follower of Christ. Because honestly guys, WWJD?

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The Wall? Israel's response to Palestinian terror: by Calev Myers & The Whole Story Project

Is it a wall? Is it a fence? Is it a barrier of ethnic separation? Calev Myers with the Jerusalem Institute of Justice looks into why the barrier was built, what it actually is, and addresses some of the biggest myths surrounding this topic.

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How to adopt a 5-hour workday and make time for extraordinary living

Shift to a production mindset. People who dismiss the five-hour workday outright usually think it’s impossible because they measure work in hours rather than output. However, most knowledge workers aren’t paid by the hour. They’re paid a flat salary because their employers aren’t buying the ideas they have from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; they’re buying the ideas they get in the shower and the ideas that come to them in dreams.

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MLB Baseball Scores - MLB Scoreboard - ESPN

After enduring Adam Wainwright’s curveball to Carlos Beltran, two collapses, then six straight losing seasons, Mets fans had plenty to celebrate during the first postseason game in Queens in nine years. Following pregame introductions that included jeers for Chase Utley and cheers for Ruben Tejada, the Amazin’s blasted the Dodgers, 13-7, on Monday in Game 3 of the NLDS. The Mets took a 2-1 series lead and can advance with a win on Tuesday. The Mets established a franchise postseason scoring record. The previous mark came in a 12-5 NLCS win against the Cardinals on Oct. 15, 2006.

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I’m often asked, “How can a service be both a worship service and place for seekers to experience Jesus?”...

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The Gospel Coalition on Twitter

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Here's Why Cities Are Changing Today to ‘Indigenous Peoples Day’

We also recognize that our Nation is built upon the homelands and villages of the Indigenous Peoples of this region, without whom sacrifices were made so that our Nation was made possible. We acknowledge that in our forced removal to these lands that we were made to occupy tribal territories of the original occupants who were also displaced to other regions to make room for us. Indigenous Peoples’ Day shall be used to reflect upon the ongoing struggles of Indigenous People, and to celebrate the thriving culture and value that Indigenous nations add to our region.

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Radical Together Audio Podcast by David Platt on iTunes

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Monday is for Missiology: What is the Missional Church?-- a New Series

Gospel . The Apostle Paul gave the “gospel in a nutshell” when he wrote “that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures” (1 Corinthians 15:3-4, HCSB). Paul’s statement that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus is in “accordance with the Scriptures” reminds us that every book, passage, and verse of the Bible points to the world’s need for redemption and God’s gracious work to accomplish it for us. The gospel is the good news that God’s kingdom has come in the person and work of Jesus Christ. From Eden to the restoration of all things, the Scriptures are filled with the message of God’s great rescue of his people.

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Christian Comics Collection at Biola Library

If you’re reading this and thinking, “gosh, I didn’t know Christian comics was a thing,” well, now you know. It’s true that they’ve often been marginalized, off-market, micro-published, poorly distributed, and so on: that’s why a library-based special collection is exciting. The comics landing on the archive shelves at Biola have never been together in one place before, and the raw materials for the story of Christian comics has never been assembled until now.

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How to Discourage Artists in the Church

Many Christian artists live between two strange worlds. Their faith in Christ seems odd to many of their friends in the artistic community—almost as odd as their calling as artists seems to some of their friends at church. Yet Christians called to draw, paint, sculpt, sing, act, dance, and play music have extraordinary opportunities to honor God in their daily work and to bear witness to the grace, beauty, and truth of the gospel. How can pastors (and churches) encourage Christians with artistic gifts in their dual calling as Christian artists?

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Guard your hearts at all costs in the war with porn

Engaging in pornography not only erodes the soul, it also physically impacts the way that your brain is wired. John Piper in a recent article explains some research within the medical community that shows pornography has an addiction effect similar to cocaine and heroine. Cocaine and heroine cause a “high” in two distinct ways. Yet, as the article explains, viewing pornography actually taps into both these causes. A drug addict needs more and more drugs to realize the same sensation. Likewise, pornography re-wires the brain in the same way and, thus, needing more and more pornography to feel the same effects. Therefore, pornography is not only addicting in a spiritualized, sin-craving manner, but your body becomes physically addicted to the “high” and *needs* more material to achieve this high. This addiction is both spiritual and physical. It can all be accessed alone—”anonymously”—in the comfort of your personal computer or smartphone.

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More Than a Wager: Blaise Pascal and the Defense of the Faith - Christian Research Institute

Although he lived for only thirty-nine years, French philosopher, mathematician, and scientist Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) left an indelible mark on Christianity. Pascal is well known in scientific circles for, among other things, his studies of the vacuum and his invention of the world’s first automated calculating machine, but Pascal has much more to offer. In his fragmented and often brilliant writings, Pascal offers cogent observations on issues such as human nature, theology, and apologetics. His lucid, yet at times unpolished, insights cut deeply into matters of the human condition and touch on subjects of great significance and relevance to everyday life. 1

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A Night of Worship ‐ Premier Christian Radio

The Woman to Woman A Night of Worship will be a life-transforming evening of up-lifting worship, inspiration and a celebration of faith in everyday life!

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Donald Trump: "If I win, they're going back..."

Mr. Trump’s statements seem designed to appeal to Americans’ fears.  For Americans for whom the terror and pain of September 11 are seared into our memories, we naturally want to do all that we can to prevent another terrorist attack from ever occurring in the United States. The reality, though, is that though the religious traditions of those admitted as refugees are diverse—over the past five years, about 39% Christian, 33% Muslim, 9% Hindu, and 8% Buddhist—there has never been a terrorist attack successfully perpetrated in the United States by an individual admitted as a refugee.  Those few non-citizens who have committed terrorist attacks in the United States have entered through other means—usually non-immigrant visas such as student visas or tourist visas—while the majority of terrorist attacks in the U.S. have actually been at the hands of native-born U.S. citizens . 

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Memorable Keys to the F-A-R-C-E of Evolution - Christian Research Institute

Hank Hanegraaff wrote his book The FACE that Demonstrates the Farce of Evolution to refute the central claim of Darwin’s theory of evolution that all life is the product not of design but of random, undirected, and purposeless natural processes. Using the memorable acronym F-A-C-E , he explained in detail how F ossil Follies, A pe-men, C hance, and E mpirical Science demonstrate the farce of evolution.

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The Real Source of Self-Confidence

It’s really all about knowing your God-appointed sphere, or your God-appointed zone, and being comfortable to be that. I love Ephesians 1, where Paul starts, “Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God to the Saints who are in Ephesus.” So I think about that: “Paul,” this is who I am; “an apostle,” this is what I do; “of Jesus Christ,” this is who I do it for; “by the will of God,” this is my authority; “to the saints of Ephesus,” this is my sphere, my audience. Paul knew who he was, what he was about, who he was doing it for. What a great way to live our lives.

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Eight Reasons Why God is Real

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org On February 27th, Dr William Lane Craig was interviewed by Barry Lynn on the radio show Culture Shocks. This interview was one of several conversations in a series entitled, "Why Do We Exist?" We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: http://www.youtube.com/drcraigvideos Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reasonablefaith

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How To Tell If Your Church Is Actually Producing Disciples - Carey Nieuwhof

Carey speaks to church leaders around the world about leadership, change and personal growth. In addition to writing one of the mostly widely read Christian leadership blogs in the world, Carey hosts the top-rated Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast where he interviews some of today’s best leaders.

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Five Questions about Sanctification and Good Works: Do Good Works Merit Eternal Life?

For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light. – Matthew 11:30. I agree with Mr. Neville Briggs in that this discussion on works and the law has been anything but easy. Either Jesus (and Paul) was wrong or the discussion is fundamentally flawed. I’m going with the latter. As I don’t want to be the one to point out obvious problems with no solutions I will state Scripture as I see it. I also, like Piper (according to Mr. Brandon Adams), reject the Covenant of Works. I don’t believe the sin of Adam was as small and trite (compared to what it really was) as cosmic treason. Clearly Adam disobeyed God but I see no mention of treason in Scripture to support that as being the cause of God’s wrath. But I also know that a covenant was broken. “But like Adam they transgressed the covenant; there they dealt faithlessly with me.” – Hosea 6:7. The Israelites, like Adam, dealt faithlessly with God. Reminds me of “if we are faithless, he remains faithful” from 2 Timothy 2:11-13. I’m not a Hebrew or Greek scholar but I’m betting that “faithlessly” and “faithless” could just as easily be “unfaithfully” and “unfaithful”.

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Reaching Postmodern “Leavers” - Christian Research Institute

Disheartened by the dwindling numbers, they switched tactics, investing money in huge on-campus advertising campaigns to generate a “warm market” of students. Despite such efforts, numbers continued to fall. Shortly after Kallenberg’s departure from the ministry in 1989, the percentage of conversions fell to an abysmal 2 percent. All along, Kallenberg and the other campus evangelists were sharing the same message. The results, however, were changing dramatically. So what was happening? For Kallenberg, the mystery cleared when he enrolled in graduate school and began studying philosophy. A major shift had taken place in the field, he discovered, that was now beginning to affect the culture. Suddenly Kallenberg understood why it felt like the “ground was shifting under (his) feet.” The old ways of thinking were crumbling, and Christian faith was regarded differently in the new milieu. Kallenberg didn’t realize it right away, but he was experiencing the impact of what we commonly call postmodernism.

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Future/Past (Feat. Kim Walker-Smith)

“Future/Past” is from the upcoming live album debut from John Mark McMillan “Live At The Knight,” releasing October 23rd in partnership with Jesus Culture. The live show was captured in his hometown and features special guest performances by Kim Walker-Smith, Bryan and Katie Torwalt, and Sarah McMillan.

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What We Can Learn from the NFL’s Domestic Violence Problem

Most official cases of domestic abuse involving famous athletes make the news and get posted in public databases for all to see. But that’s far from the norm in this country. The vast majority of abuse incidents remain behind closed doors, secrets that victims are afraid to confess, discuss, or bring to authorities. Those who suffer at the hands of their partners have stories just as harrowing, but even their close friends might not know it.

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Positive Purity

We live in a sexualized culture—a very, very sexualized culture. You already know that, of course. You can barely walk out your door or turn on a screen without seeing clear evidence of the fact. As Christians we are always in danger of being swept along with the current of the culture around us. For that reason I, like every other Christian, pursue sexual purity in my own heart and life. God calls us to nothing less. Thankfully, the Bible was written by people who also lived in sexualized cultures, and the wisdom they offer transcends the ages. (See, for example, Proverbs 7, 1 Thessalonians 4:3-4, 1 Peter 1:15, 1 Corinthians 6:12-20, John 4:16-18, and so on).

32 The Problem of Evil and the Skeptic's Dilemma (David Wood)

http://www.acts17.net The Argument from Evil (Problem of Evil) is the most important argument against theism. But are atheists consistent when they use this argument? In this lecture, David Wood shows that atheists often employ an inconsistent methodology when they examine arguments for and against the existence of God. Demanding consistency, however, puts atheists in a dilemma (the "Skeptic's Dilemma").

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Southern Seminary on Twitter

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'The Leftovers' Observes a Grief and Moves On

The Garvey family, who all remained intact after the disappearance, had been splintered apart by the voluntary departure of Laurie for the Guilty Remnant (a cult of people who dress in white, smoke like chimneys, stay silent, and are a ghostly reminder to everyone else that they ought not move on with their lives) and son Tom for Wayne's cult of healing. Jill, the teenage daughter, is consumed by numb depression; Kevin, father and chief of police, fears he's going nuts. While they haven't experienced departure, they sure have had departures—and that serves to underline that it's grief, not Rapture, that this show explores.

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Why Gospel for Asia Got Kicked Out of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability

And he worried that GFA has too much control over the lives of its staff members. Most live in GFA-owned housing at the group’s campus in Wills Point, Texas. Yohannan, he said, discouraged staffers from attending a local church. Instead, they were told to turn to him and other GFA leaders for spiritual guidance. Staff members were also told that their work was more important than anything, including their families—a charge also made by the GFA Diaspora.

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Pakistan Court Upholds Death Penalty for Security Guard Who Killed Former Gov Salman Taseer for Opposing Blasphemy Laws

The Supreme Court of Pakistan has upheld the death sentence of a security guard who assassinated former Punjab Governor Salman Taseer for publicly speaking against the country's draconian blasphemy laws on behalf of a Christian woman.

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Spots and stripes

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Hollywood Reboots We’d Actually Like to See

Let's be honest: most of these look like leftovers. But we can help fix the problem. Here are eight more properties we’d like to see brought into 2015 and beyond. Hollywood, your mission is clear.

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Seeing Refugees Through God's Eyes

Turmoil in the Middle East has created one of the worst human disasters of our time, and a tough problem. How we think and talk about it matters.

40 Crisis for Pope Francis as top-level cardinals tell him: your synod could lead to the collapse of the church - Spectator Blogs

The thirteen cardinals are to be enthusiastically applauded for their attempt to bring the corrective to the proceedings at the Synod. That systems and procedures are repeatedly subject to revision bespeaks an institution clearly run amuck. The responsibility for this resides with the pope who unfailingly reveals himself as entirely unsuitable for the responsibility that is his. To see our Church host to a charade unworthy of a third-rate low grade Islamic theocracy is mortifying. Given the obvious inability of this pontificate to administer this undertaking with responsibility, one is left bereft of hope that it is able to reflect upon the deep mystery of the sacrament of Holy Matrimony. I’m afraid that my perspective cannot be dismissed as a product of the “hermeneutic of conspiracy.” It stems from witnessing the mendacity of the heterodox riding roughshod through Roman Catholicism for over fifty years, deconstructing all that is base, rude and ugly. It has only gone viral exponentially since March 2013 and it need be arrested loudly, boldly and without apology.

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A and B Theory of Time and the Kalam Cosmological Argument (William Lane Craig)

http://reasonablefaith.org - Dr. William Lane Craig explains the A and B Theory of Time in relation to the Kalam Cosmological Argument. Dr. Craig defends the A Theory of Time. This is part of the "Defending the Cosmological Argument" series: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list... We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reasonablefai...

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Information Enigma

Information drives the development of life. But what is the source of that information? Could it have been produced by an unguided Darwinian process? Or did it require intelligent design? The Information Enigma is a fascinating 21-minute documentary that probes the mystery of biological information, the challenge it poses to orthodox Darwinian theory, and the reason it points to intelligent design. The video features molecular biologist Douglas Axe and Stephen Meyer, author of the books Signature in the Cell and Darwin’s Doubt.

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ISIS Terrorists Forced Pregnant Yazidi Women to Have Abortion Before Selling Them as Sex Slaves

Young Yazidi women, who were captured by ISIS terrorists in Iraq and were found to be already pregnant, were forced to undergo unsafe abortions by the terror group's gynecologists before being sold as sex slaves, according to three Yazidis who managed to escape their evil captors.

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Josh McDowell on Twitter

Did you attend the Oklahoma Wesleyan Family Symposium? As promised, find free downloads here: http://www.josh.org/resources/josh-talks/ … pic.twitter.com/lF42Z7AzaJ

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Sexuality and the Christian Faith: A Google Hangout with Rosaria Butterfield on Friday at 3pm

On October 16 at 3pm, we will be joined by Dr. Rosaria Butterfield to discuss sexuality, our culture’s objection to biblical morality, and what it looks like for Christians to speak the truth in love. Dr. Butterfield is a pastor’s wife, mother, homeschool teacher, and author of The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert and Openness Unhindered .

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What about the Sincere Seeker? | Reasonable Faith

You did not disclose, Muhammad, whether you are one of these sincere seekers after the true faith. If you are, then here’s what I would encourage you to do. Begin to read the Gospels and ask yourself whether Jesus of Nazareth could really be who he claimed to be. In your prayers, ask God, whoever He is, to show you the truth about Jesus, whether he spoke the truth from God or was just giving his own opinion. Look at the work of Christian philosophers and biblical scholars, such as you will find at this website. Watch on YouTube some of the debates which I have had with both Muslim scholars and unbelievers and ask yourself which way the evidence points. If you are truly seeking God, then I believe you will come to know the truth.

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Why Libertarians Need God - The Imaginative Conservative

But the impression that atheism or materialism is an accomplished host for libertarian values is mistaken. Individual rights, freedom and individual responsibility, reason, and moral realism: none of these make much sense if reality is ultimately blind matter in motion, if, as Carl Sagan said, “the cosmos is all that is, or ever was, or ever will be.” Libertarians may be surprised to learn that these core values—if not the entire repertoire of libertarian ideas—makes far more sense in a theistic milieu. But they need not take my word for it. The history of the West supports this view, as do the arguments of leading materialist intellectuals.

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Meaningless Life?: 11 Ways of the Wise: Ecclesiastes 7:1-14

I’ve since learned that Christianity is supposed to be a life lived with God that never ends.  It begins now with daily, mundane, and practical matters and continues forever. It’s not just about the day you die, but about every day. According to the Bible, there are basically two kinds of people – the wise and the foolish. The crazy cultural context in which we live refuses to draw such hard lines between the wise and the foolish.  Therefore, we end up with every lifestyle, perspective, ideology, and activity tolerated and eventually celebrated, which seems as though, culturally, the fools are winning. We all have at least a little fool in us, but the wise know this, dislike this, and work to correct this. In this section of Ecclesiastes, the person second only to Jesus Christ in wisdom shares with us 11 ways of the wise for today and every day.

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SeaWorld Will No Longer Be Allowed to Breed Orcas in Captivity at California Park

Officials in California inserted a last-minute amendment to a new measure that will allow SeaWorld to expand the tanks it uses to house it’s orcas, but now also bans them from breeding whales in captivity. The park, which has come under criticism for its treatment of killer whales, released a statement saying, “Breeding is a natural, fundamental and important part of an animal’s life and depriving a social animal of the right to reproduce is inhumane.” A lawyer for PETA, however, told The Guardian , “These 11 orcas [that are currently at the park] would be the last 11 orcas there.” The measure from the California Coastal Commission also makes it illegal to transfer or sell captive orcas or to keep whales captured at sea.

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Book sex: Required reading too hot for teens?

Book sex: Required reading too hot for teens? How many obscenities should a senior be given to read for English class in public school? Is reading about "dusting off a diaphragm" too much for juniors?   Check out this story on Freep.com: http://on.freep.com/1RvHcCa

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