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

Don't Hide Behind the Hype

John Mark McMillan on the new worship culture and dropping cynicism.

Malala’s Ordinary Greatness

A conversation with documentarian Davis Guggenheim about his latest film, 'He Named Me Malala.'

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From Bioethicists, a New Method for Normalizing Suicide

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San Diego, CA | Give to Biola University

Biola will be joined by Adam Edgerly , Site Pastor of NewSong Los Angeles Covenant Church. Adam earned his BA and MA in Inter-Cultural Studies from Biola University and his MBA from Emory University. He has published articles on Islam in the African American community, and the growing impact of Third Culture Churches. He has led retreats and workshops on five continents and traveled to over 20 countries. Prior to his ministry at NewSong LA, Adam served the Evangelical Covenant Church denomination as Associate Director of Evangelism and Regional Director of Church Planting and Community Transformation. He also has a background in business and entrepreneurship, which provides a unique perspective on today’s global marketplace.

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Nathan Fielder Is Hilariously Ripping Off ‘The Blacklist’

Comedy Central’s resident prankster Nathan Fielder is making the late night rounds promoting the upcoming season of Nathan For You. And in his recent visit to Jimmy Kimmel, he showed that it will probably be full of more copyright-challenging antics. His cult series became its own viral news story last year, when he opened a coffee shop he called “Dumb Starbucks,” that was basically a satirical rip-off of an actual Starbucks. The prank blurred the line of performance art and comedy so much, some people first speculated that Banksy was actually behind it. In his recent visit with Kimmel, Fielder “explained” why his new marketing campaign is nearly an exact rip-off of the campaign promoting NBC’s The Blacklist and why there are no new ideas. Watch as he gleefully skates the razor thin line between satire and actual copyright infringement.

Watch Beck, Fiona Apple, Cat Power, and More Perform Classic Oldies Covers

Because nostalgia is real. Because The Beach Boys are and will always be cool. (Love and Mercy, anyone?) Because the Turtles were underrated. Whatever the reason, last night, indie’s heavy hitters joined up in Los Angeles to pay tribute to a few of the greats in a special performance they called “Echo in the Canyon.” Among the performers? Fiona Apple, Beck, Cat Power, Regina Spektor and Jakob Dylan. A live album of the evening is coming up, but in the meantime, check out a few select performances below.

Here’s a Fake Commercial for the Hoverboard ‘Back to the Future II’ Promised Us

This is truly a sick joke. In honor of the 30th anniversary of the film Back to the Future II—which predicted we would all be flying around on sweet hover boards in the year 2015—Universal Pictures has released this fake commercial, showing just how high they had gotten all of our hopes up.

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Bad News, Indeed — Playboy Opened the Floodgates and Now the Culture is Drowning

A venerable parable from Confucian China told of an elderly man who had seen emperors and events come and go, and observed from his Confucian worldview that good news and bad news were often difficult to tell apart. “Good news? Bad news? Who’s to say?,” he would reply to any news from his neighbors.

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Did Jesus Claim to Be God in His Teachings?

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How Important Is Physical Attraction in Dating?

So here's the thing. I'm friends with this great guy. We have some mutual friends and get along really well with each other. Because of this, many of those friends have suggested (a number of times, in fact) that we date. The problem is, I'm not physically attracted to him. I feel terrible about it, I've tried to talk myself into it, but I'm just not crossing over. However, I'm wondering if attraction matters as it seems really sad to not date someone who is so great in so many other ways.

What Introverts Wish the Church Understood About Them

As an introvert who used to be a leader behind the scenes of my church, I can definitely relate to this. However, while I agree that it's important for introverts to step out of their comfort zones, I wonder why we seem to not see that need for extroverts. (If we do, we never really say so: if there's a comfort zone one assumes must be stepped out of, it's always the introvert who's standing in it.

Heartland fury as university renovates chapel to accommodate Muslims | Fox News

A decision to make a university’s chapel “faith neutral” to accommodate Muslim students has created great angst in the nation’s Heartland after critics were accused of being Islamophobic.

Can we please stop pretending marijuana is harmless? - The Boston Globe

The argument here isn’t whether marijuana should be legal. There are champions on either side of that debate. Instead, should the drug become widely available, it’s to our detriment to blindly consider marijuana’s legalization a victory worthy of celebration. We must be cautious when societal shifts can affect health, especially among our most vulnerable populations.

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The Tolerance Jesus Will Not Tolerate

The error of Jezebel was a serious sin, an entrenched sin, and a subtle sin . The people had probably been told that the “deep secrets” wouldn’t harm them. We don’t know exactly what it meant for the church to learn Satan’s so-called deep secrets. We don’t know if that’s what the false teachers called them or if that’s what Jesus is calling them. But what was going on was probably some kind of false teaching that devalued the material world. This Jezebel may have been saying, “The physical world doesn’t matter. It’s the spiritual realm that counts. So go ahead and participate in idol feasts and do whatever you want sexually. Those are material things. God doesn’t care about that.” Or she may have been saying, “Look, if you are truly spiritual, then your relationship with God will be strong enough to withstand the deep things of Satan. So go ahead. Participate in evil practices. You can handle it and you’ll probably even learn more about the enemy in the process.” Whatever it was that she was saying, it was a lie and it was leading people into sin.

A Pastor's Journey from Gay Pride Parades to the Pulpit

We can learn that homosexual identity goes much deeper than sexual habits. Before her partner died, my mom told me they had stopped being sexually active years ago. But she still called herself a lesbian. When gay people are invited to give up that lifestyle, they think, “You want me to give up my friends, my community, my movement, my acceptance? No, thank you”—especially when the church hasn’t offered them an alternative community.

12 Top Digital Ministry Experts You Should Know

One of the best ways to grow in your skill as a digital disciple is to learn from others who are using innovative, creative, and tech-savvy methods in their ministry. In August of this year, Aboundant asked you to nominate persons you know who are effective digital ministers. Nominations continue to be accepted, but we’d like to introduce you to some of the people who were nominated. Later this fall, we’ll begin to interview some (and eventually all, we hope!) of these digital ministry practitioners. For now, we encourage you to let us know about others who are involved in vibrant, meaningful and creative ministries that utilize websites, social media, visual storytelling, blogging, and so on. They don’t need to be well-known, published authors, or experts in their field; we’d like to know about anyone who is a respected and effective digital minister, whether clergy or laity. Share your nominations using the form at the bottom of the page.

I Need Thee Every Hour

Thank God for Annie S. Hawks who wrote these lyrics and her pastor, Robert Lowry, who composed the music. The lyrics could hardly be simpler, and yet they capture one of our heart’s most profound longings and can be prayed in the sweetest, most sorrowful, or most mundane moments in life. The prosody of the music, the way the melody and meter aligns with the wording, could hardly be more perfect.

3 Things Christians Get Wrong About Women Leaders

As for what Paul says, there is no indication in his writings that these were "contextual" cases, especially as we see in many cases, given to different groups, the same thought being taught. Not only is this taught in to the two churches that she mentions, but it is also in accordance to the qualifications that Paul gives to Timothy is 1 Timothy. Even the way the passages are worded seem to be the belief of Paul as a matter of fact, not a directive to a certain group. In addition, Paul uses the creation narrative himself as a reason for woman to NOT teach. "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; rather, she is to remain quiet. For Adam was formed first, then Eve; and Adam was not deceived, but the woman was deceived and became a transgressor." - 1 Timothy 2:12-15

How a Marriage Can Survive the Worst

Had we not already been in therapy together by this point, I'm not sure how Brea would have reacted. In our sessions, we were able to talk through our difficulties, our pain and our disagreements. Thankfully, we were given tools and insights we could use to help us navigate the strains put on our relationship. We certainly don't have it all figured out, and we struggle just like everyone else. But here are a few things we’ve learned about maintaining our marriage through this terrible time:

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God Doesn’t Need You to Be ‘Qualified’

It sounds downright prudent and sensible, doesn’t it? Over the years, I’ve seen people with Kingdom success written all over them. I knew it was only a matter of time before God did something extraordinary through them. I watched them over time as they got ready, got ready—then got ready some more. They never seemed to graduate from the school of getting ready.

The Only FOMO to Fear

The story of the rich man and Lazarus is the grand story of FOMO role-reversal. By the end, we find a formerly rich man (who lost everything) and a formerly beggar (who gained everything). The former rich man now faces eternal torment as a beggar who must plead for a drop of water to cool the agony of judgment. The beggar now faces eternal delight as a redeemed sinner whose regrets and fears have been washed away in the eternal joy of God’s restorative presence.

8 Stats That Will Change the Way You Think About Wealth

If you are reading this article, that means you have access to either a computer, a laptop or a smart phone. You have electricity. You have a connection to the Internet. If you know where your next meal is coming from and you don’t have to worry about getting clean water, having shelter over your head and accessing medical care, you benefit from more wealth than many people throughout human history.

Loving Money Is Suicide

“Judas, Bethlehem,” Jesus says, “if you can’t see me and my worth, you are going to die and never see me again. You can’t serve two masters. Either you will love the one and hate the other or you will despise the one and be devoted to the other. You can’t serve God and money. You are devoted to money, Judas. You are devoted to money. You get up in the morning, you think money. You go to bed at night, you think money. You open the newspaper and go to the stock page, you think money, money, money, money, money. It is the hope and the god that you have. It is your security. It is your pathway to pleasure. If that is true, you are dead. You are going to die, Judas, and never see me again.”

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God Calls Us to Share the Gospel, Not Just Talk about It

I would like your opinion on how how “direct” to be about the issue of Hell when witnessing. I have a friend who contacted me a year ago when she came down with a fatal illness. She likely has only 2 or 3 years to live. She said she wanted me to talk to her about God, because she said I’m “the most brutally honest person she knows.” I sprang into action, addressing the issue of God’s love and His magnificence from every angle I could think of. I definitely covered the basics, and of course, I elaborated on the reason Jesus Christ came to die for us, and what it says of him–how incredibly wonderful He is. I gave her a Bible and I’ve spoken to her of the possibility of being “eternally separated,” from God but I haven’t delved into how horrible it will be. My friend believes God saved her life when she was hospitalized recently on two occasions (she really did almost die), but when I asked her if that made her more interested in getting to know Him, she said “not really.” When she first became ill, I asked a pastor about how far I should go with being upfront with my friend about Hell.

Taking the Swagger Out of Christian Cultural Influence

This includes America. American culture does not belong to Christians, neither in reality nor in Biblical theology. It never has. The present tailspin toward Sodom is not a fall from Christian ownership. “The whole world lies in the power of the evil one” (1 John 5:19). It has since the fall, and it will till Christ comes in open triumph. God’s rightful ownership will be manifest in due time. The Lordship of Christ over all creation is being manifest in stages, first the age of groaning, then the age of glory. “We ourselves, who have the firstfruits of the Spirit, groan inwardly as we wait eagerly for adoption as sons, the redemption of our bodies” (Romans 8:23). The exiles are groaning with the whole creation. We are waiting.

When Tomorrow Is Too Late - Christian Research Institute

There are risks to trusting in feelings and ignoring the evidence. Imagine getting ready to board an airliner that you learned had serious problems with the landing gear in its previous flight. “Don’t worry,” the stewardess tells the passengers on the PA system, “I know it will be OK. While we haven’t exactly fixed the landing gear yet, the mechanics will be on board this flight to do additional maintenance on it once the plane takes off.” In this circumstance, would you board the plane? Even if it meant losing his entire airfare, a wise person would simply walk away and look for alternative transportation. Of course, sometimes it is a natural response to want to rely on what we have been taught or what feels best. Yet no matter how sincere we might be, only the fool goes with his or her feelings against the facts. As Proverbs 28:26 puts it, “He who trusts in himself is a fool, but he who walks in wisdom is kept safe” (NIV).

Playboy’s Move Away From Nudity Is Actually a Bad Sign

I think Christians generally have a really constricting view of sexuality. Pornography will not incapacitate you, it will not by it's nature make you a misogynistic. And masturbation has existed for thousands of years. Sexual urges are very natural, and can be involuntary. Sex and lust are not things we should be ashamed of. So erotic visual content is ubiquitous? So is violent imagery and profanity. These are all natural things, and only cause problems for society when they put people in conflict or keep people from engaging with each other collaboratively.

Do the New Testament Documents Give Any Evidence for the Possibility of Miracles Occurring?

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How to Pray for the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Pray for daily reminders that each individual is a person with hopes and dreams and a future. Pray for guidance to become the servant God has called each and everyone one of us to be. Pray for God’s love to flow through you and to those in need. Pray for the boldness to do what is right even when it’s not easy.

Why You Feel Stuck and What to Do About It

But more and more, I’m realizing if you’re able to receive constructive feedback from a boss, parent, spouse or teacher and then implement what’s needed to do it better the next time, you care more about learning than your ego.

Our Beautiful, Broken Christian Ancestors

I am a seventh-generation Texan who has ancestors from all over the South. When I think of the South, I see my grandmother’s hands, gnarled with arthritis—hands that picked and shelled native pecans and mastered a rolling pin. I imagine my great-grandfather’s dusty feet as he walked from Arkansas to the Gulf Coast looking for cheap land, a kid leading a milk cow. I think of live oaks and tall pines, Jekyll Island and the Blue Ridge Mountains, Walker Percy and Flannery O’Connor, bourbon and fried okra.

The Biggest Story: Kevin DeYoung on His New Children’s Book

In this book, he gives children an overview of the Bible’s entire redemptive storyline—beginning with creation, ending with new creation, and centering on Jesus, the “Snake Crusher.” It’s obviously a lot to pack into 130 brief and illustrated pages, so if you’re looking for detailed retellings of the “little stories” like Cain and Abel or David and Goliath, expect to be disappointed. But if you’re interested in seeing how these “little stories” fit into the big story about Jesus, then we’d encourage you to make this little book a part of your family reading. We strongly suspect your children won’t be the only ones learning.  

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Prometheus: Finding God in Outer Space - Christian Research Institute

Given the rich philosophical and theological fodder found in Prometheus , there are multiple opportunities for apologetic engagement. Will we find God in outer space? C. S. Lewis pondered this question decades ago in an essay originally titled, “Will We Lose God in Outer Space?” 4 The essay seeks to address what implications there might be for Christian theism if intelligent life is discovered on other worlds, as well as whether or not we are the only fallen creatures in the universe, and the implications to God’s plan of redemption. Lewis, incidentally, suggests the vast distances between heavenly bodies in space may be God’s means of quarantining the troublemakers (us), lest we infect unfallen creatures scattered about the cosmos. In any event, we need not travel to distant locales in outer space in order to find God. Indeed, according to Christian theism, God has found us. Evidence for God’s existence is ample and found both in general revelation (e.g., creation and human moral conscience), as well as special revelation (via the person of Christ and the pages of the Bible).

Questions on C.S. Lewis, Necessary Beings, and Accommodating Culture

Questions on C.S. Lewis, Necessary Beings, and Accommodating Culture

Stewardship Isn’t Just About Money

Instead of getting frustrated that I didn't get more (N.T. Wright’s brain, George Clooney’s looks, Peyton Manning's arm), I'm going to get every drop out of what I have to work with. I want to get the highest rate of return possible out of every part of my life, so that when the time comes, I will know I’ve given my all for the God who gave me everything.

Episcopal Church in Decline? Denomination Loses Nearly 50K Members, Closes 69 Parishes

The Episcopal Church continues to experience losses in both church attendance and membership, according to recently released numbers from the denomination's Office of the General Convention.

The Difference Between Ethics and Morality

The Christian concept of ethics is on a collision course with much of what is being expressed as morality. This is because we do not determine right or wrong based on what everybody else is doing. For example, if we study the statistics, we will see that all men at one time or another lie. That doesn’t mean that all men lie all the time, but that all men have indulged in lying at some time or another. If we look at that statistically, we would say that one hundred percent of people indulge in dishonesty, and since it’s one hundred percent universal, we should come to the conclusion that it’s perfectly normal for human beings to tell lies. Not only normal, but perfectly human. If we want to be fully human, we should encourage ourselves in the direction of lying. Of course, that’s what we call a reductio ad absurdum argument, where we take something to its logical conclusion and show the folly of it. But that’s not what usually occurs in our culture. Such obvious problems in developing a statistical morality are often overlooked. The Bible says that we lean toward lying, and yet we are called to a higher standard.

The question of miracles: Do angels exist? | Fox News

Elisha the prophet is traveling with Israel’s army and when his servant awakes one morning, he sees the enemy army surrounding them, with horses and chariots. But when he tells Elisha this, Elisha is not concerned. He prays, “Open his eyes, Lord, so that he may see.” The passage says that the Lord then opened the servant’s eyes and he “saw the hills full of horses and chariots of fi re all around Elisha.” In other words, he saw what was there, but what had been invisible to him: God’s army of angels with their “chariots of fi re.” Sometimes it seems that God allows us to see into the invisible realm simply to encourage us.

Palestinian activist: Anti-Israel BDS is "bulls***"

Igal Hecht of TheRebel.Media presents part 2 of his interview with Palestinian human rights advocate, Bassem Eid, where the focus is on the anti-semitic BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) movement. Eid sets the record straight about the use of the word "apartheid" to describe Israel saying that those who make this claim are essentially anti-semitic. He also explains why BDS actually only hurts the Palestinians they claim to care about. You don't want to miss this very illuminating discussion. (Cameraman: Lior Cohen) JOIN for more fearless news and commentary you won’t find anywhere else. VISIT our NEW group blog The Megaphone! It’s your one-stop shop for rebellious commentary from independent and fearless readers and writers. http://www.TheRebel.Media/TheMegaphone PLEASE DONATE TO SUPPORT's first hand coverage of Israel and the Middle East!

God Heals by Humbling

It can only be one thing. God will heal them by humbling them. He will cure the patient by crushing his pride. If only the crushed and humble enjoy God’s fellowship (v. 15), and if Israel’s sickness is a proud and willful rebellion (v. 17), and if God promises to heal them (v. 18), then his healing must be humbling and his cure must be a crushed spirit.

American Missionary Is Gunned Down in Haiti, Child Kidnapped

An American missionary who became a mother to orphaned children in Haiti, and kept scores of others from going hungry through a nutrition program, was viciously gunned down on Saturday while one of the children she was traveling with was kidnapped.

After God - 1. Identity After God

What other paths does our culture offer to creating self-worth? 'I have value because I am busy, because of all I have to do': the destructive self-worth of the workaholic. 'I have value because people like me' – leading perhaps to a different kind of vulnerability and bondage. 'I have value because of my pain' – when a hurt cannot be surrendered, forgiven and outgrown because it seems, actually, the only truly meaningful thing in the person's life. 'I have value because of what I belong to' – because of the party or the regiment, because of a Metallica jacket or a Millwall scarf – even if I don't have value, yet perhaps I receive value by belonging to something that might... Bizarre degrees of loyalty are sometimes the result of that kind of thing; we see it all around us. Or again in youth culture: I have value from how I look – in the mirror are the latest Reeboks, the latest designer labels.

Eric Metaxas Breaks Down What It Means to Have ‘True Faith’ in New ‘Miracles’ Book

Mark Twain said that if you dissect a joke, you kill it, just as you must kill a frog before dissecting it. Of course there’s some truth to this. If you must explain why something is funny, you will almost certainly kill the humor. There are many who say the same thing about faith and miracles. They are in love with the idea of believing, with the ineffable magic of it, and don’t think any of it should be examined too closely. For these people, exactly what one believes in matters less than belief itself, and they don’t want to get too close to the details of it, lest they eff the ineffable and the fairy dust be blown away. But true belief is really not like frogs and jokes at all. We must examine what we believe. We must blow away the fairy dust. Though there is great mystery involved, it’s not all mystery. Exactly what we believe is vitally important. Do we believe in something that’s really true? Or are we afraid to find out? We have to separate the fake miracles from the real ones, or we do the real ones a grave injustice and do the truth itself an injustice too.

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On this day in 1993, @albertmohler was inaugurated our ninth president. Here is Billy Graham speaking at ceremony:

God Loves My Fat Body As It Is

What about health concerns? Rather than looking to weight or size alone, many in the fat acceptance movement focus on other health indicators, such as cholesterol, blood sugar levels, energy, or endurance. While people may address such concerns by increasing activity, changing their diet, or trying medication—and may lose weight as a result—being thin is not our definition of health. (For people with chronic illnesses, who may not become “healthy” in the typical understanding of the term, the “health at every size” philosophy supports any steps they choose to take toward health.)

Time to Watch some 80s Fantasy Flicks

I will update this post with links to the reviews as I watch the movies. I expect this will take me a long time to get through, but I have already watched one of those I haven’t seen yet, so buckle your seatbelts because we’re going to embark on an epic adventure of hair and magic as we go through some 80s Fantasy flicks together.

3 Truths to Help Our Children Weather the Gender Storm

That brings us back to Jeremy, who entered fourth grade this fall in a new dress and with a new name: Jenny. I told the questioner God would give her the words to explain things to her daughter, just as he has millions of parents before her when difficult issues of sexuality have arisen. And I told her to keep crying. If asked why she cries, she can say: “Jeremy doesn’t understand that he is enough, that God created him according to his image. It must be very painful.”

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