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The Foundation of Truth is God

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Why Apologetics Has a Bad Name

Apologists often do not speak with gentleness, love and respect. A few years ago, I had a public debate with a skeptic on the question of God and morality. As part of my preparation, I listened to many debates from Christians. Although I won’t mention any names, there were a handful of Christian debaters that honestly made me cringe at how they treated their opponents. One debater (the head of a well-known apologetics ministry that will remain anonymous) demeaned and personally attacked his opponent. I even showed the video to my wife and she was appalled at his antics and behavior. But it’s not just public figures that act this way. We probably all have an example of some overly eager apologist who was unnecessarily argumentative rather than loving. If this is you, PLEASE STOP because you are giving Christianity and apologetics an unnecessarily bad name. I often tell my students that if they can’t speak the truth in love, then don’t even bother to speak truth.

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How to Train Your Dragons: Killing Pet Sins Before They Kill You

“Be careful,” it said. “He can do what he says. He can kill me. One fatal word from you and he will ! Then you’ll be without me for ever and ever. It’s not natural. How could you live? You’d be only a sort of ghost, not a real man as you are now. He doesn’t understand. He’s only a cold, bloodless abstract thing. It may be natural for him, but it isn’t for us. Yes, yes. I know there are no real pleasures now, only dreams. But aren’t they better than nothing? And I’ll be so good. I admit I’ve sometimes gone too far in the past, but I promise I won’t do it again. I’ll give you nothing but really nice dreams — all sweet and fresh and almost innocent. You might say, quite innocent . . . ”

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The Grace Awakening: How the Reformation changed the world - Premier Christianity

The girl could never make herself a queen. But then the king comes along, full of love for her. And on their wedding day he makes his marriage vow to her. With that, she is his, and the prostitute becomes a queen. He takes and bears all her debts, and she now shares his boundless wealth and status. It is not that she earned it. She didn’t become a queen by behaving royally. Indeed, she does not know how to behave royally. But when the king made his marriage promise, he changed her status. For all her backstreet ways, the poor girl is now a queen.

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Whatever Became of Repentance?

Repentance is the means by which we experience the forgiveness of sins, for one. This alone changes everything, of course. And thus it is also the means by which we can change the temperature of the angry debates in church, online, and in our culture. What if instead of stubbornly entrenching ourselves deeper in argument or accusations, we paused and said sincerely, “I’m sorry to say that I’ve contributed to this problem, and I have a lot to repent of.” Or “I have to admit that I’ve said some stupid and offensive things like the very thing I’m criticizing.” If we were to do that, yes, some would crucify us. This is the risk taken by followers of the crucified Lord, who teaches us to be meek and humble of heart. But often, this repentant posture disarms people and can turn caustic debate into humane conversation.

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The Best Place to Give Up Grumbling

Shouldn’t there be a stark contrast in the lives of those who do know God? Shouldn’t our lives display a joyful and humble awareness of how outrageously good God has been to us? This isn’t a call for chipper, bland, slap-a-smile-on positivity. Nobody buys that. Neither is this a call to ignore life’s realities. We have real reasons for sorrow, and we experience real pain.

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The Bee Explains: Main Differences Between Popular Bible Translations

The Knoweth Jesus Version has legions of disciples who herald it as the only legitimate form of the Scriptures, claiming that all others have been developed through a partnership between the New World Order and Satan himself in order to make sure they don’t knoweth Jesus. KJVers contend that modern Satanic versions intentionally obscure important Christian truths like the Trinity, the divinity of Christ, and the NASA flat-earth cover-up. Also a top choice for readability, memorization, and open-air preaching at sporting events.

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Presuppositions of Science

“Science is committed to several presuppositions: that nature exists, that it has discoverable order, that it is uniform, are existential presuppositions of science; the distinctions between space and time, cause and effect, the observer and the observed, real and apparent, orderly and chaotic, are classificatory presuppositions; while intersubjective testability, quantifibility, the public availability of data, are methodological presuppositions; some aaxiological presuppositions are the honest reporting of results, the worthwhileness of getting the facts right, and scrupulousness in avoiding observational or experimental error. If any one of these presuppositions were abandoned, science, as we know it, could not be done. Yet the acceptance of the presuppositions cannot be a matter of course, for each has been challenged and alternatives are readily available.”(1)

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“I Am Who I Am”

Put yourself forward a few years to the day when every human being will give an account of himself before the living God. God will say to millions of people, “Now it is my understanding that you said often during your life that you believed in me. You affirmed my existence. Is that right?” “Yes.” “And is it not true that in your life the more honor and importance and virtue and power and beauty a person had, the more regard he was paid and the more respect he was shown and the more admiration he received? Is that not the case?” “Yes.” “Then why is it that I had such an insignificant place in your life since you say you believed in me? Why didn’t you feel more admiration for me and seek my wisdom more often and spend time in fellowship with me and strive to know the way I wanted you to make all your everyday decisions? Why did you treat me as though I were like hydrogen?”

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Justin Trudeau Speaks Out on the Importance of Gender Equality

I want my sons to escape the pressure to be a particular kind of masculine that is so damaging to men and to the people around them. I want them to be comfortable being themselves, and being feminists—who stand up for what’s right, and who can look themselves in the eye with pride …

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The Poached Egg on Twitter

#KindleDeals in Christian #Apologetics : This Week's Top Ten Best-Sellers (Plus 2 Biographies) https://buff.ly/2yhoZIv  pic.twitter.com/MxErslM9ot

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The First and Second Theses by Stephen Nichols

On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther posted his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. This session considers Luther’s first and second theses, and their summary of the essence of the Reformation: the authority of the Bible versus the authority of the Roman Catholic Church.

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Josh McDowell: That’s My Story (and I’m Sticking with It)

Obviously, if I had not encountered God’s love in that student group at Kellogg College and experienced it again through that pastor’s friendship and mentoring, I would have been content to hate Wayne Bailey for the rest of my life.  But the truth had taken root in me as a result of those relationships.  I’m convinced that all the evidence in the world, all the most powerful arguments and most convincing proofs, would never have gotten through to me if the transforming power of God’s love had not reached my heart through that student group and others, including the pastor at tiny Factorville Bible Church.  In fact, my mind continued to rebel long after my heart knew what I must do.

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Study shows Christian persecution is on the rise - Premier Christian Radio

The report concluded: "At a time in the West where there is increasing media focus on the rights of people regardless of gender, ethnicity or sexuality - to name but a few - it is ironic that in many sections of the media there should be such limited coverage of the massive persecution experienced by so many Christians." Listen to John Pontifex from Aid to the Church in Need, speaking with Premier's Eno Adeogun:

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Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design - Kindle edition by Stephen C. Meyer. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

I'm not a Christian and I certainly don't believe in "creation science" which is often confused with intelligent design. I have spent my life studying science, and all of my degrees are in scientific and medical areas, but I've always been interested in spirituality. It's unfortunate that so many scientists are atheists. Perhaps they have no choice in the matter since they are generally wed to the very narrow perspectives of their scientific specialties. (Others, like Richard Dawkins, are wed to the industry of Atheism.) The Signature in the cell was the first book that I have read that explains in no uncertain terms why the genetic code would be impossible for nature to create by randomly combining primordial molecules. It is a technical book filled with technical facts and statistics that is so interesting that you forget that you are actually learning something. Although it doesn't talk about God or any form of religion or spiritual world, it is difficult to avoid the obvious conclusion that something outside of our material universe had something to do with the very first reproducing organism as well as multiple steps along the way to the evolution of the human species.

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God Will Keep You Through Dementia

I will never forget Helen, a retired missionary, who could no longer be cared for at home due to her husband’s infirmities and who lived in a nursing home’s dementia unit. When I would go in to see her, I would often find her with several friends gathered around, listening to her tell stories of Africa. She would be laughing and slap her thigh when she got to the punch line. The entire group would laugh contagiously with her. What difference did it make that she only told three stories and did so over and over again? She enjoyed it and her friends did too.

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Q & A: Is the Fine-Tuning Argument Mistaken?

Q&A: Is the Fine-Tuning Argument Mistaken? By Nate Sala “Whenever I bring up the fine tuning argument and the constants of the universe in a conversation with my husband, he asks if the constants could have been different. I never fully understood what he really wanted to know.  But I googled a bit to try and figure out what he really wants to know, and it seems as if it has something to do with “top-down cosmology”. According to Stephen Hawking: ” it is inevitable that we find our Universe’s “fine-tuned” physical  constants, as the current Universe “selects” only those past histories  that led to the present conditions”. He seems to be saying that the constants aren’t fine tuned because it could not have been different. Therefore, no fine tuning argument. I don’t know how to answer him to this. I hope this makes sense :)” – Jana B. Thanks for the great question! I should say, I’m so glad to see you’re engaging your husband with substantive dialogue on God’s existence. We’ll keep praying for you and him! Jana, I think your question could be boiled down to this: In light of Stephen Hawking’s “top down cosmology”, are the physical constants the way they are necessarily, and thus not fine-tuned after all? The short answer is no, and I’ll explain.

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Defend the City: A Call to Single Men

So it is with us in the war against sexual sin. You are a city under siege. The armies of lust are at the gate, with seething hatred in their hearts and satin lies on their tongues. They seek to steal your contentment by making you grasp for phantom pleasures. They yearn to kill your manhood by rendering you incapable of cherishing a woman who is not airbrushed or imaginary. And they long to destroy your very soul by leaving you more in love with lust than with Jesus (1 Peter 2:11).

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The Point: The STD Crisis

The CDC reports that sexually-transmitted diseases in the U. S. are at an all-time high. Over two million cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis were reported last year according to the annual Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report.

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Gay Coffee Shop Owner Kicks Out Pro-Life Customers

“There’s nothing you can say. This is you and I don’t want these people in this place,” the owner says. The group asks why he can’t tolerate their presence, prompting the owner to ask them if they would watch him have sex with his boyfriend.

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The Courage to Be Ordinary: Help for Average Christian Leaders

Most ministry is rightly done in obscurity. My best stories are those that few will ever know. As hard as that is, I think that’s very appropriate. For in those cases, my Father sees, understands, appreciates, and affirms. And that’s enough. One day God will say to me, “Well done, good and faithful servant” (Matthew 25:21), and give me the “unfading crown of glory” (1 Peter 5:4). Sometimes he gives me a foretaste of that through the affirmation and praise from others, but most of my ministry will be in obscurity.

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Atheism and the burden of proof.

This article is a joke. Philosophy does nothing to prove the existence of anything. It only explores our reasoning and motivations. This is what apologists always do… try to shift the burden of proof. Atheism *makes no claim* that needs to be supported by evidence. It merely says theism’s evidence is insufficient to warrant belief. There is no real time, contemporary, or tangible evidence to support any of the claims by *any* brand of codified supernatural certainty. None. There is only conjecture and anecdotal evidence based on the fact that there is any existence at all. This is not sufficient to prove any single belief system. Whenever theists are put to the test of proof of *any* kind, they can come up with nothing but ancient scripture, stories of dubious coincidences, and personal feelings. It takes a special level of self deslusion and intellectual dishonesty to attach the word “truth” to any of that.

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Awesome Advice for Aspiring Apologists

After his first talk I immediately purchased one of his books and went up to the long line forming at his merch table so I could get his autograph and ask him where I should begin as a youth pastor needing to answer tough questions my students were raising. Sean could see that I was interested in learning more about apologetics and using this discipline to strengthen the faith of the students in my youth group and to increase my evangelistic efforts. He told me as I began my journey that I was going to run into many roadblocks! He said I was going to be confused and constantly stumped time and time again. To my surprise, he told me not to be dismayed by these questions in which I had no answer. Rather, he instructed me to actually be encouraged by these questions — to get excited when a new challenge comes along!

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The Gospel Lobbyist: Thomas Cranmer (1489–1556)

Thomas Cranmer helped lead the English Reformation, but he is an unlikely hero alongside Luther, Calvin, and the other Reformers. He did not write any major theological books or pastor any important churches. Indeed, Cranmer did not adopt the central truths of the Reformation until relatively late in his life. But during the years of the Protestant Reformation, he shaped English theology perhaps more than any other person who has ever lived.

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Mourning Together

There will come a time when mourners are ready to talk in more detail about their suffering. They may have questions that have plagued them since it began. In our conversations, we have the privilege to point them to Jesus, the Man of Sorrows. We can’t speculate why something has happened or even try to determine how it is going to turn out. But we can and ought to remind them that Jesus knows their pain and sorrow. He is the Suffering Servant (Isa. 53:3–12). And because of what He did for us, we can “with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need” (Heb. 4:16). Remind them of who they are because of what Christ has done. Remind them that He is their refuge, shelter, and hope.

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There's No Good Reason to Deny the Early Dating of the Gospels | Cold Case Christianity

The gospels also contain many descriptions of miracles. The philosophical naturalist must also deny the truthfulness of these supernatural accounts. Skeptics, therefore, date the gospel accounts very late, arguing that eyewitnesses to these events were already dead and unavailable to deny the claims. It turns out that the presupposition of philosophical naturalism is at work in the minds of those who would deny the early dating of the gospels. When this presuppositional bias is removed, the remaining evidence confirms that the gospels were written in the lifetimes of the eyewitnesses.

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Luther’s timely discovery of a merciful God | Michael A.G. Haykin

In the late 1880s, the church historian Philip Schaff (1819–1893) noted that the “Reformation was a republication of primitive Christianity, and the inauguration of modern Christianity. This makes it, next to the Apostolic age, the most important and interesting portion of church history.” 1  And central to the Reformation in its beginnings is its pathfinder, namely, Martin Luther (1483–1546). One might well ask why Luther, in particular, is seen as the central figure of the Reformation when there are other good choices available — Huldreich Zwingli, for example, or John Calvin. It was Luther’ rediscovery of a central doctrine of the New Testament, justification by faith alone, that sparked the Reformation. Although this doctrine had not been totally lost in the Middle Ages — French pre-Reformer Jacques Lefèvre d’Étaples (1455–1536) was preaching it before Luther — it was Luther’s experience that gripped the hearts and minds of a generation. Luther rightly viewed the obscurity into which this key doctrine had fallen in the Middle Ages as having had detrimental effects on the health of the church of his day.

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Romantic Love Is a Wonderful Gift — and a Terrible God

Paul, in my research into the pastoral letters of eighteenth century pastor John Newton , I was surprised how often he wrote to newlyweds to warn them to avoid making their spouse an idol of security. Over and over he does this, and I think partly because he experienced it in his own marriage, an incredible love story in itself. But this concern lives on today through the ministry of, for example, Tim and Kathy Keller, who warn against a consuming fascination with romantic love that shapes much of popular media. The lie says: If you find romantic love, then your life will be safe and fulfilling. So much so that marriage becomes a type of salvation, and romantic love takes on almost redemptive expectations. So what would you say to Christians, either singles or newlyweds, who are in danger of losing awe in God by becoming preoccupied with romantic love?

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Only 2 Days Until the New Bible Answer Man Format Goes LIVE

We have been building up to this moment for months. Starting this Monday, 10/16, you can catch the live stream of The Bible Answer Man broadcast on Facebook and YouTube every day at 6pm EST. Have your questions ready, only two more days until the new format is LIVE!

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BreakPoint on Twitter

#Sexabuse scandal in #Hollywood sparks debate over double standards in the media and how this affect our worldview. http://bit.ly/2xH2rRJ  pic.twitter.com/LqviHuY4LN

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Ligonier Ministries on Twitter

The credit for your redemption is to be given to God. To God alone is the glory. — @RCSproul #Reformation500 pic.twitter.com/685GNMpedZ

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Church Discipline Stirs Controversy

I think the reason that people react so severely to this is because people no longer regard homosexual behavior as wrong. This is in the eyes of our culture today a legitimate expression of one's sexuality. They probably wouldn't regard premarital sexual relations as wrong either, and so would be shocked if the church were to discipline someone for engaging in premarital sex as our church once did in Illinois when we were in attendance there. There a heterosexual couple was disciplined by the elders of the church because they were engaged in sexual relations even though they weren't married. Fortunately they did repent and were reconciled to the church and restored to fellowship. But it takes guts to call sin for what it is and to maintain the standards that the church is called to maintain today even when it is culturally unpopular and politically incorrect. [2]

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Pink and White or Grey and Green? #TheShoe Is Here, and It's the #TheDress of 2017

As with #TheDress, the baffling thing about the Shoe is how obvious the answer seems. Chances are, you immediately think “Well, it’s obviously pink and white” or “it’s obviously grey and mint.” But once you ask a friend or co-worker what they see, you’ll realize that the answer isn’t nearly as straightforward as you thought.

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Why Shouldn't We Trust the Non-Canonical Gospels Attributed to Matthew? | Cold Case Christianity

The Gospel of Matthew is a reliable New Testament record of the life and ministry of Jesus, but this ancient document isn’t the only text attributed to the ex-tax collector formerly known as Levi. Other slightly less ancient texts also claim to have been written by the same man who wrote the gospel we accept as canon. But are these non-biblical texts reliable? Were they really written by Matthew? There are four characteristics of reliable eyewitness testimony , and the first attribute requires that an alleged eyewitness account be old enough to actually be written by someone who was present to see what he or she reports . None of the following texts described in this article were written early enough to have been written by the Apostle Matthew, and like other late non-canonical texts , these errant documents were rejected by early Church leaders. In spite of this, these ancient fabrications were constructed around nuggets of truth. Although they were written by authors who altered the story of Jesus to suit the purposes of their religious communities, much can still be learned

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I Hate Porn

Porn is like a narcotic , it hijacks the brain , it redefines human sexuality, and in the meantime ruins lives, destroys families, and destabilizes ministries. And honestly it’s a problem that makes me tired — tired of the devastation Satan is causing to children, women, families, pastors, churches, and the world with this tragic evil.

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The Significance of Lecrae Leaving White Evangelicalism

I spoke out very frequently throughout 2016 in many different ways and it affected me. I went from a show that may have had 3,000 there to 300 but that was the cost. But those 300 people were people who I knew loved Lecrae, the black man, the Christian, all of who Lecrae was, not the caricature that had been drawn up for them.

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Mourning Together

There will come a time when mourners are ready to talk in more detail about their suffering. They may have questions that have plagued them since it began. In our conversations, we have the privilege to point them to Jesus, the Man of Sorrows. We can’t speculate why something has happened or even try to determine how it is going to turn out. But we can and ought to remind them that Jesus knows their pain and sorrow. He is the Suffering Servant (Isa. 53:3–12). And because of what He did for us, we can “with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need” (Heb. 4:16). Remind them of who they are because of what Christ has done. Remind them that He is their refuge, shelter, and hope.

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Pew: US Followed Global Trend on Refugees Until Now

That’s how America, which resettled an average of just 0.6 percent of the world’s refugees every year between 1982 and 2016, is still technically a refugee’s best shot for a stable new life. The US took in a whopping 69 percent of the world’s resettled refugees during that period, far outpacing Canada (No. 2 at 14%) and Australia (No. 3 at 11%).

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Mourning Together

There will come a time when mourners are ready to talk in more detail about their suffering. They may have questions that have plagued them since it began. In our conversations, we have the privilege to point them to Jesus, the Man of Sorrows. We can’t speculate why something has happened or even try to determine how it is going to turn out. But we can and ought to remind them that Jesus knows their pain and sorrow. He is the Suffering Servant (Isa. 53:3–12). And because of what He did for us, we can “with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need” (Heb. 4:16). Remind them of who they are because of what Christ has done. Remind them that He is their refuge, shelter, and hope.

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http://pastorrick.com/devotional/english/ask-god-for-the-impossible

Do you want to thrive in every circumstance? In the Bible, Daniel and his friends rose to top positions of leadership because they were unshakeable in their faith even though they were surrounded by a corrupt culture. Today, the world’s value system increasingly drifts further from God. To thrive, no matter what, you need to dive into scripture and learn how to be unshakable in your faith.

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Keith & the Movies on Twitter

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Wilson’s Bookmarks

The famous Thames is at the heart of Rosemary Ashton’s One Hot Summer(see above); a much lesser-known river runs through Ryan Schnurr’sIn the Watershed. In 2016, Schnurr followed the Maumee River from its headwaters to its mouth—from Fort Wayne, Indiana (where he grew up) to Toledo, Ohio, opening into Lake Erie. Recounting his journey and what he saw in in the present, Schnurr also weaves in the deep history of the ...

46 Martin Luther: The Man Who Rediscovered God and Changed the World: Eric Metaxas: 9781101980019: Amazon.com: Books

On Tuesday of this week I woke up to find both my kindle and audio version of the mammoth book. Since Bonhoeffer I have read every Metaxas book and both travel to see him at some of those book launches and become a regular listener of the Eric Metaxas Show normally by Podcast on the website. Since I knew the book was coming, I clear most of my schedule so I could read/listen to the book. It twenty hours long or 450 page (plus footnotes etc). Eric is without doubt an excellent writer! Something I am not. For most of my life I worked in the Printing profession so I was glad to see the Eric gave the invention of the printing press it's proper due in why Martin Luther's reforms work where other before him fell short. Martin Luther is depending on who list one of the top 5 people on the last Millennium. I personally rank him 2nd to Johann Gutenburg who moveable type combined with the Printing Press was the Reformation and the biggest event of the last millennium. Being a son of the Protestant Reformation I have never understood how one could be "Roman Catholic". Eric does the huge task of taking us back to the world of 1500 and that in Europe the Pope was ruler over all the rulers in what was called the Holy Roman Empire.

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The Monastery’s Lost Houselamp: Johannes Oecolampadius (1482–1531)

He left Basel for a time, but returned in 1522 when he assumed a post at the University of Basel. He was a scholarly and effective participant in various disputations — which was one of the ways that cities made their decisions — and as a result, the leaders of Basel decided to join forces with the Reformation. The Mass was abandoned in Basel by 1529.

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‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ Explores the Painful Origins of Winnie-the-Pooh

He is speaking of Christopher Robin, the son of A. A. Milne, subject and first recipient of the stories of the Hundred Acre Wood. The newsreel narrator, like the adoring fans of Winnie the Pooh he describes, can perhaps be forgiven for not sensing the horrible cruelty in telling an unhappy child that he ought to be joyful. But then Christopher’s father, who knows all too well that the stories were forged as a desperate attempt to connect to his hurting, lonely child, drives the knife in just a little deeper: “You’re the luckiest boy in the world ...”

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Line of Fire, 10-13-17: Dr. Brown Answers Your Questions

Dr. Brown will take your calls and answer your email questions on a wide range of subjects. Listen live here 3-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments. To help support this ministry, please visit https://www.gofundme.com/askdrbrownst...

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Greg Koukl on Twitter

Drive-Time #Podcast : Greg and @TomGilsonAuthor talk about the accusation that Christians are intolerant. thttps://www.str.org/node/42139#. pic.twitter.com/JC104dlYGU

51 Ligonier Ministries
52 Why the Efficiency of Biological Organisms Cannot Be Explained by Evolution | Cold Case Christianity
53 Article: Why Does God Seem Hidden? by Jonathan Morrow
54 Westminster Seminary on Twitter
55 This is why I love teaching my kids about the Reformation — Southern Equip
56 Evidence That Demands A Verdict Redux: An Interview with Josh McDowell and Sean McDowell
57 Instagram post by Southern Evangelical Seminary • Oct 13, 2017 at 5:02pm UTC
58 Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood
59 A Non-classical Proof for the Existence of God
60 Renewing Your Mind | Securing Our Faith | Oct 13, 2017
61 Is Anyone Born a Racist? Or Is It Learned?
62 The “Mind-Boggling” Trinity | Reasonable Faith
63 Article: Why Does God Seem Hidden? by Jonathan Morrow
64 BreakPoint on Twitter
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66 Smashmouth Incrementalism, Part Dos | Blog & Mablog
67 Chicago: Chance the Rapper Bought Out Screenings for 'Marshall' So You Can See It for Free
68 Zachary's Vlog, Days 45-47: South African Safari
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71 The Briefing 10-13-17 - AlbertMohler.com
72 Chris Byland on Twitter
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74 Democrats dogged by Weinstein cash
75 Ben Sasse on Twitter
76 There Are No Good People in Heaven
77 Tesla fires hundreds after company-wide performance reviews
78 Ravi Zacharias: We never come to terms with the source of the problem
79 Wisdom in Evangelism
80 Mystery Mammoth Points to a Global Flood and Ice Age
81 Timothy Keller on Twitter
82 Free From God
83 Chicago Cubs on Twitter
84 The Most Misinterpreted Verse About Faith in the Bible • ChurchLeaders.com
85 Hijacking Back Your Brain from Porn
86 Taking the Offense without Being Offensive
87 Where Did Jesus Say, "I Am God"? (A Response to Zakir Naik)
88 WORLD on Twitter
89 A Legacy of Church-Focused Scholarship — Southern Equip
90 4 Lessons for Christians from the Harvey Weinstein Scandal
91 An Innocent Black Man Forgave the Crooked White Cop Who Framed Him
92 When You Feel Judged as a Mom
93 LSU Football on Twitter
94 Dr. Michael L. Brown on Twitter
95 Mississippi School District Pulls To Kill a Mockingbird Because it “Makes People Uncomfortable”
96 If there is no God there is nothing we are intended to be
97 Greg Bahnsen Defender of the Truth
98 Piper: My Hopeful Response to Lecrae Pulling Away from ‘White Evangelicalism’