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WORLD | City demands pastors’ sermons in LGBT lawsuit | Andrew Branch | Oct. 15, 2014

“This is clearly a massive overreach by what just is an outright tyrannical regime in this city trying to punish pastors for daring to step up against them, and we’re simply not going to yield, bend, or bow,” said Dave Welch, a subpoenaed pastor and leader of the No UNequal Rights petition drive. The pastors aren’t afraid to release their sermons—they want people to hear the message they preach, Welch said. But giving sermons and pastors’ private correspondence to the government to be used as evidence against them is another matter.

Let This Short Film Teach You the Value of Vulnerability

N ick P. Ross is a comedian who beat Hodgkin's lymphoma back in 2008, and now has posted a series of very cool videos to YouTube, but this one might be the best. In it, he re-enacts a true story about what can happen when people's walls comes down . It's well worth your three minutes ...

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We don’t yet know the outcome of this, but the attempt itself is unsettling. It is also foolish, audacious, and unconstitutional. As one friend said to me: “We have to remember that the question here is not ‘should pastors give their sermons to city bureaucrats or not in a situation like this?’ The question is 'should city bureaucrats have the authority to demand sermons in a situation like this?'" Absolutely not. When the state honors the First Amendment; that is, when it provides for the free exercise of religion and doesn’t act in a role of paternal oversight, it is less likely to betray or violate the First Commandment—which demands that we have no other gods other than God the Father of Jesus Christ.

5 Muslim Jihad, Christian Crusades - Christian Research Institute

From its earliest inception, through the present,jihad has been central to the thought and writings of prominent Muslim theologians and jurists. The precepts and regulations elucidated in the 7th through 9th centuries are immutable in the Muslim theological-juridical system, and they have remained essentially unchallenged by the majority of contemporary Muslims. The jihad is intrinsic to the sacred Muslim texts, including the divine Qur’anic revelation itself, whereas the Crusades were circumscribed historical events subjected to (ongoing and meaningful) criticism by Christians themselves. Unlike the espousal of jihad in the Qur’an, the constituent texts of Christianity, the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, do not contain a form fruste [sic] institutionalization of the Crusades. The Bible sanctions the Israelites’ conquest of Canaan, a limited domain; it does not sanction a permanent war to submit all the nations of humanity to a uniform code of religious law….The Crusades as an historical phenomenon were a reaction to events resulting from over 450 years of previous jihad campaigns.

Ciliate Organism Undergoes

First the information in the second nucleus (the germline micronucleus) is broken into about 225,000 small fragments. Next, the organism swaps about half of that DNA with its mate. Then, the organism reassembles its thousands of chromosomes in the germline micronucleus. And this reassembly process shows the important functionality of non-coding DNA: "millions of noncoding RNA molecules from the previous generation direct this undertaking by marking and sorting the DNA pieces in the correct order." After sex, the old somatic macronucleus disintegrates, and a new somatic micronucleus is created from a copy of the newly assembled germline micronucleus. The paper describes the process: In the micronucleus (MIC), macronuclear destined sequences (MDSs) are interrupted by internal eliminated sequences (IESs); MDSs may be disordered (e.g., MDS 3, 4, and 5) or inverted (e.g., MDS 4). During development after conjugation [sex], IESs, as well as other MIC-limited DNA, are removed. MDSs are stitched together, some requiring inversion and/or unscrambling. Pointers are short identical sequences at consecutive MDS-IES junctions.

Strange Fire Redux, Part 2

The tongues that were spoken on the Day of Pentecost, as well as the gift of tongues in the early church had a specific purpose. The phenomenon was a fulfillment of Isaiah 28:11-12. That prophecy is closely paraphrased by Paul in 1 Corinthians 14:21: “By men of strange tongues and by the lips of strangers I will speak to this people.” In other words, tongues were given to show Israel that God was turning his attention to the Gentiles. People from all nations would now be embraced under a New Covenant. The languages spoken at Pentecost are listed in Acts 2:9-11. Without exception, they were Gentile languages. Jews from all over the world were present in the city of Jerusalem. They had never heard God being praised in a Gentile language. The language of worship was Hebrew, exclusively. Even in the dispersion, praise to YHWH was always offered in the sacred language. So when the Apostles began speaking Gentile languages, the people of Jerusalem were hearing something completely new and shocking. The meaning was unmistakable: this was a declaration that God was turning from an apostate, Christ-rejecting nation to open the way of salvation for the wider world.

BREAKING: Mark Driscoll resigns from Mars Hill Church - Religion News Service

I do not personally know Pastor Mark Driscoll or any of the Mars Hill members but I do know that WHAT was done to him was not based on Scripture. Sounds more like a “business” ran organization rather than a N.T. Church. It is amazing to me that the churches in America take a model out of Forbes magazine for running a business and apply it to the church. What a “graceless” bunch of leaders and members who have forced this man to resign. In my opinion he is better off without them and they will have to stand before God and answer for not following the word of God in their “discipline” methods for a God-called minister. The Apostle Paul said in Galations 6 “If anyone among you is overcome by some sin, you who are godly should gently and humbly help him back onto the right path, remembering that next time it might be one of you who is in the wrong.” What a poor testimony to the world, no wonder they steer clear of the “church” who kills it’s wounded…

Here’s What You Need to Know about Ebola

A s Ebola begins to spread to countries around the world, and the outbreak in West Africa continues to grow at an alarming rate, we break down what you need to know about the virus, how it’s transmitted and what you can do to help those suffering.

Renewing Your Mind | How to Study the Bible, Part 2 | October 15, 2014

 Sproul addresses the spiritual disciplines of prayer, worship, Bible study, service, and stewardship in order to help Christians mature in their faith. Dr. Sproul gives practical advice and encouragement in all these areas in order to help believers have a more intimate relationship with the God of the universe.

The Briefing 10-15-14

1) Same sex marriage supporters limit religious liberty to worship service context only

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Resource for Students and Student Leaders!

Did you know that students have recently been ordered to stop reading their Bibles during free time at school? Here at Focus on the Family, we believe the Bible is a powerful message of hope and love for humanity—something to be celebrated, not banned. We also believe in the cherished religious freedoms our Founding Fathers fought to protect.

City of Houston demands pastors turn over sermons

The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could be held in contempt of court.

Expositors Summit

Preaching is not an advisory role based in religious expertise but a prophetic function whereby God speaks to his people. For this reason the Expositors Summit is designed to strengthen and instruct preachers and students for the glorious task of expository ministry. You’re invited to join R. Albert Mohler Jr., John MacArthur and H.B. Charles Jr. for the explication of God’s Word and gospel fellowship.

Grace to You

“Afterward Jesus found him in the temple and said to him, ‘Behold, you have become well; do not sin anymore, so that nothing worse happens to you.’ The man went away, and told the Jews that it was Jesus who had made him well. For this reason the Jews were persecuting Jesus, because He was doing these things on the Sabbath” (John 5:14–16).

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20 Bono is Sorry

Pitchfork, a music-reviews website, reports that a seemingly chastened Bono replied, “Oops. I’m sorry about that. I had this beautiful idea and we got carried away with ourselves. Artists are prone to that kind of thing. Drop of megalomania, touch of generosity, dash of self-promotion, and deep fear that these songs that we poured our life into over the last few years mightn’t be heard.”

Evangelizing to People Who Have Heard it All Before

Hello to every one out here, am here to share the unexpected miracle that happened to me three days ago, My name is Jeffrey Dowling,i live in Texas,USA.and I`m happily married to a lovely and caring wife,with two kids A very big problem occurred in my family seven months ago,between me and my wife so terrible that she took the case to court for a divorce she said that she never wanted to stay with me again,and that she did not love me anymore So she packed out of my house and made me and my children passed through severe pain. I tried all my possible means to get her back,after much begging,but all to no avail and she confirmed it that she has made her decision,and she never wanted to see me again. So on one evening,as i was coming back from work,i met an old friend of mine who asked of my wife So i explained every thing to her,so she told me that the only way i can get my wife back,is to visit a spell caster,because it has really worked for her too So i never believed in spell,but i had no other choice,than to follow her advice. Then she gave me the email address of the spell caster whom she visited.


There is no doubt that the fighting and acrimony turns people off, and that is enough reason to knock off the fighting and acrimony.  But the problem may go even deeper. The very disgreement about an issue like origins can be taken as a lack of clarity in the revelation that we, as Christians, all accept.  And there is an expectation that there shouldn’t be any such lack of clarity, if the revelation were genuine.  So the disagreements are themselves taken as indications that Christians are not in possession of genuine divine revelation.  Now this is a bad argument, and just a little reflection will reveal that it is bad.  But without that reflection it can seem better than it is, and those who are leaving the church because of disagreements about origins are not likely to have reflected adequately about whether they should expect disagreements about origins.  I’m worried that it is an implicit and unreflective endorsement of arguments like this that is mostly responsible for “driving young people away.”  If so, then the disagreements can be as civil as pleasant as anyone would like, but the exodus would continue.

Rethinking Jephthah’s Foolish Vow

6. The willing fulfillment of this vow by Jephthah’s daughter (11:36) appears to contradict the literal interpretation of a child sacrifice. Not only were such sacrifices clearly forbidden and abominated in Scripture (Deut. 12:31; 18:9–12; cf. 2 Kings 3:27; 23:10; Is. 57:5), but the concern of the text is never death, but always virginity. In 11:37, Jephthah’s daughter requests a two-month leave in order to lament her virginity. Then, in 11:38, the text records that while with her friends, she wept over the fact of her virginity. Then again, in 11:39, it is recorded that Jephthah fulfilled his vow to the LORD, and the text clearly describes how this vow was fulfilled—“that is, she did not know a man.” It appears, therefore, that Jephthah’s vow consisted of offering a member of his house to the full-time service of the LORD, and thus not to the normal duties of a household, such a marriage and having children. Service of this type in not unknown in the Old Testament (Ex. 38:8; 1 Sam. 2:22; cf. 1 Sam. 1:11, 22–28).

Have $3,650? You Are Among the World’s Wealthiest

A ccording to a new report on global wealth by the group Credit Suisse, if you have $3,650, you are among the wealthiest half of the people on the planet. As the Telegraph notes, “This is net wealth—so, once debts have been subtracted.” Their research found that though global wealth has grown at a record pace over the last year—by 8.3%, totaling $263 trillion—most of it is in the hands of a very select few. Half of the entire population (more than 3 billion people) own less than 1% of all the global wealth. The top 1%, those who have at least $798,000, owns 48.2% of all of the planet’s money. The problem of income inequality grew worse in 23 countries in the last year alone ...

Burning Questions

Episode 1: Is There a God? Perhaps the biggest burning question of them all is this one: Are we alone in a meaningless, purposeless universe or is there some kind of creator – some kind of higher power out there? That’s a hotly debated question. On the one hand, our culture has recently seen a resurgent atheism whose advocates tell us that anyone who even professes belief in a deity is simply insane and irrational. Yet for all of that, belief in God seems alive and well. Over 90% of people in the world say they do believe in a higher power. The question simply will not go away: Is there a God?

The Boomerang Effect

Disillusionment is exactly what Yong Kim felt when he was a young adult attending his home Korean immigrant church outside of Toronto, The Light Presbyterian Church. After more than a decade of service to the church but little power or control over decisions that affected the English-speaking ministry to which he belonged, he and his family left the church. Ten years later, Kim was visiting the church when the senior pastor approached him. “He said to me, ‘It’s been a while since you've been back to this church, and I know you're active at the other church you are at, but this is your home church. We are in need of more leaders to help the English speaking congregation. Could you come back home?’” At the time, this congregation had dwindled down to about 40 people, so after much thought and prayer, Kim and his family decided to “boomerang." Alongside the English ministry pastor Jason Noh, they were able to rebuild the congregation, renamed New Hope Fellowship . The church continued to meet on the campus of its parent Korean immigrant church, then launched a second location in downtown Toronto; today the church serves a total of 400 English-speaking congregants.

27 How to Engage in Politics without Losing Your Soul - Christian Research Institute

We in the United States are in a heated presidential election. When the political temperature rises so does name-calling, character assassination, and confrontation. Even committed Christ-followers, unfortunately, get caught up in the partisan political whirlwind of the moment and join in the fight. We as Christians should seriously engage in the ongoing debate in the political public square, but in doing so we must demonstrate a citizenship seasoned by God’s wisdom and love.

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Burning Questions

Episode 1: Is There a God? Perhaps the biggest burning question of them all is this one: Are we alone in a meaningless, purposeless universe or is there some kind of creator – some kind of higher power out there? That’s a hotly debated question. On the one hand, our culture has recently seen a resurgent atheism whose advocates tell us that anyone who even professes belief in a deity is simply insane and irrational. Yet for all of that, belief in God seems alive and well. Over 90% of people in the world say they do believe in a higher power. The question simply will not go away: Is there a God?

The Epidemic of Male Body Hatred

Every male portrayal of God or the godly in art history is jacked. The statue of David. The creation of Adam. Even Jesus has a six pack. A six pack. Vascular. A youthful head of hair. We think, “David must have written Psalm 102 about P90X, because this guy is shredded.” What place does 18% or 25% body fat play in God’s story? And what about the scrawny, the skeletal, the scraggy? Neither quite fit in God’s grand history — at least how art portrays it. And so men are given the aesthetic message from both Christian history and cultural rhetoric: “The secret password to our love is to be godlike in your body.” So, of course, we spend fortunes and hours and energies we don’t really have to attain an image we can’t really attain to earn love that isn’t really love. It’s a cycle of death (Proverbs 16:25–26).

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Advice to Young Pastors from David Powlison, Danny Akin, Tim Keller

You aren’t reflecting, talking, listening, watching, and reading in order to pass judgment. You’re learning what life is like—the human condition, the realities that Jesus intends to invade and that Scripture ought to illumine. You are learning about the clothes that redemption wears. You can’t cram when it comes to knowing people. So plan on making this a lifetime project.


If there were a world record for the “number of times asking Jesus into your heart,” I’m pretty sure I would hold it. I’ve probably “prayed the prayer” more than five thousand times. Every time was sincere, but I was never quite sure I had gotten it right. Had I really been sorry enough for my sin that time around? Some wept rivers of tears when they got saved, but I hadn’t done that. Was I really sorry? Was that prayer a moment of total surrender? Did I really “get” grace?

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Nurses’ Union: Ebola Patient Left In Open Area Of ER For Hours - CBS Houston

DALLAS (AP) — A Liberian Ebola patient was left in an open area of a Dallas emergency room for hours, and nurses treating him worked without proper protective gear and faced constantly changing protocols, according to a statement released by the nation’s largest nurses’ union.

How Time and Infinity Point to a Creator

David French - City of Houston Attacks Pastors, then Doubles Down

Umm, no. Pastors are not “fair game” simply for doing their job. First — and contrary to popular leftist belief — pastors can absolutely educate their flock, engage in issue advocacy, and even endorse ballot referenda from the pulpit. That does not make them “fair game.” Under IRS rules, they have an unlimited right to engage in issue advocacy, and they can endorse ballot referenda so long as the endorsement-related activities do not constitute a “substantial part” of the church’s activities in a given year. But those are IRS rules and utterly irrelevant to a state-court lawsuit regarding the validity of voter signatures.

How to Be a Generous Lover

Imagine you and your husband live in sexual utopia. You always want to have sex at exactly the same time and the same way your husband wants it. Every initiation is met with an eager response. There is never any conflict about foreplay, being too tired, giving each other pleasure, or trying something new in bed because your desires are always exactly the same. How fantastic would that be? It would be almost like the sex portrayed in movies—what a great love life!

7 Things Your Church Needs From You

Not too long ago I had the opportunity to speak to a gathering of young adults from several churches across our city. I chose to speak about how any Christian (not only young adults) can make a church better and stronger. Here are some of the things I came up with: 7 things your church needs from you.

Pastors of Houston, Shout It From the Rooftops This Sunday

In light of this egregious example of gay-activist bullying—the very kind that I and others have documented for years now—I urge every pastor in the city of Houston to address the issues of homosexuality and transgenderism this Sunday, announcing this for the entire world to hear but at the same time, refusing to obey the unrighteous decree of Mayor Parker's office to turn your sermons over for government scrutiny. (This should be done respectfully, in the spirit of Acts 4:19-20; 5:28-29.)

WORLD | Transparent sinner | Marvin Olasky | Oct. 18, 2014

The prostitutes knew they needed help. Zacchaeus knew. And Matthew knew. But the Pharisees didn’t know, and the thing that guaranteed Christ was going to die on the cross was His love for sinners, because the Pharisees didn’t think they were part of that group. Yes, of course, we might sin somewhat if we take too many steps on a certain day, but we’re not really sinners. The thing that drove them to crucify Him, of course in God’s sovereignty, was that He didn’t pander to their religion. He told him their religion was the very thing that kept them from God. So we have to not only repent of our badness (I didn’t make this up) but also our goodness. There is nothing more difficult to accept than the truth that you bring nothing to the table except your sin, and He has to bring everything else. 

7 Educational Scriptures On Loving and Forgiving Our Enemies

It's important for us to read and understand God's word because in the Bible it tells us that we can't grasp it on our own. One area that is difficult for us to grasp is about loving and forgiving our enemies.

Shouldn’t Liberals Defend Religious Liberty?

No matter where you stand on the issue of gay marriage, gay rights, etc., one would expect liberals, by definition, to be the most passionate defenders of religious liberty and free expression.

Be Ready to Answer Your Kids’ Questions About the Bible

Actually, God did. No individual or group of people or institution decided which writings would be in the Bible. Each book of the Bible has its own story about how it came to be included in the Scriptures, but in each case God caused his people over time to recognize these writings as manifesting the power and authority of the Holy Spirit. That’s why the Apostle Paul wrote, “All Scripture is breathed out by God” (2 Timothy 3:16) and why the Apostle Peter wrote, “For no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit” (2 Peter 1:21). God has used men, councils, and the church to weed out the writings that were not inspired by God (a lot of wrong and even strange teachings have been written!), but God himself determined the Scriptures. And this means that every individual, group of people, church, and denomination are under the authority of Holy Scripture as God’s revealed written word and must submit to Scripture as their final authority.

Pastors’ Sermons Subpoenaed in Houston | Jim Daly

I live in Houston. It is ridiculous for the Mayor to come out and say they did not know of this subpoena. I do not believe that for a minute. This was issued a while ago and has only made it to the news recently, according to what I read in the news.  Also, for those of you who criticize the mayor's election, not all Houstonians elected her. She is in the CITY, not suburbs. We pay taxes that affect the city but get no vote in the city mayor.  People did not show up and vote. This is what happens.  Low voter turn out.  Also, she did not put for all opt these issues until her last term when she cannot be up for reelection.  SO she is putting forth her own agenda.  The HERO ordinance was passed by city council DESPITE the overwhelming opposition from those within the city of Houston.  Thousands of valid signatures were presented, yet these were just thrown out. Read the full info! Houston Chronicle. The HERO ALSO applies equal access to restrooms AND locker rooms. Think what this would mean for your kids if this passes?   I empathize that gender identity is an issue for people.  Family restrooms that are non gender are available almost everywhere.

A Generation of Skeptics Are Open to the Resurrection, Gary Habermas Says

CHARLOTTE — Due to the evidence, a generation of skeptics are now open to believing in the resurrection, the foundational event for the Christian faith, Gary Habermas explained at the Southern Evangelical Seminary's 21st Annual National Conference on Christian Apologetics.

Doctors Told A Mother Her Child Would Die After Birth, Now She's 15 -- This is a MIRACLE!

No matter what negative thoughts were told to this amazing teen, she would carry on and fight. When Lacey was born doctors told her mother she would pass away immediately after birth.

Hobby Lobby president advocates for religious freedom at Cedarville University event

Standing against infringements will require more courage and intensified efforts on the part of Christians, said Stephen Krason, the director of political science at Franciscan University of Steubenville, a Catholic school in eastern Ohio that also challenged the mandate. Krason said the secular left has come to see religion as a threat to freedom, especially sexual freedom. The result, he said, has been increased intolerance for and repression of traditional Christian viewpoints, especially opposition to same-sex marriage.

This Little Girl Reminds Us About Who Protects and Loves Us the Most in This Short Precious Prayer!

It is a reminder to us all to thank the Lord everyday for all that he has blessed us with. Most of us forget to do this. But, it is important that we spend time alone and speak with the Lord whenever we can. Short, sweet and to the point is this girls prayer. She tells us why she loves Jesus so much! SHARE it with ALL!

Not All Catholic Bishops Onboard With Positive Language Toward Same-Sex Couples in Controversial Synod Report; Needs 'Right Degree of Prudence'

A recently released midterm report from the Synod of Bishops on the family, which defended the traditional definition of marriage but used positive language toward same-sex couples in some situations, has garnered controversy among some bishops who say it does not accurately reflect the assembly's views.

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52 An Evening with Eric Metaxas
54 How Do I Find a Mentor?
55 J. Warner Wallace podcast: pluralism, relativism and postmodernism at the university
56 Perfect Timing From 2 Teen Heroes Saves a Grandmother of 7 From a Speeding Train
57 Honoring the Sabbath Like a Command
58 Second Dallas Healthcare Worker Who Cared for Thomas Eric Duncan Tests Positive for Ebola
59 God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: The Christian World View: Rational Predispositions That Support Truth
60 'Duck Dynasty' Star John Luke Robertson Engaged; Says 'A Lasting Marriage Depends on How Much You Love God Almighty'
61 Ancient fossils of bizarre figure-eight water creatures confirmed among our strangest distant cousins
62 Statistics on whether atheists are more moral than religious people
64 You Can’t Erase Gender, but You Can Sure Try - Stand to Reason Blog
65 ISIS Training Video: Recruits Shot At, Systemically Kicked in Stomach by Instructors
66 Dad Gets Caught in the Bathtub Singing to His Baby (VIDEO)
67 Ebola Outbreak: CDC Says Dallas Nurse Amber Vinson Is Being Transported to Atlanta Hospital for Treatment
68 There is NO WAY a Woman Can Say No to This! This Man Sweeps Her Right Off Her Feet With His Proposal!
69 Come Reason's Apologetics Notes: The Explosion in Apologetics Education (video)
70 Alvin Plantinga, the Compromiser?- A Call to Christian Charity in Disagreement
71 CDC Sends Ebola Response Team to Help Care for Nurse Nina Pham Who's 'Doing Well' After Receiving Blood Transfusion From Dr. Kent Brantly
72 Did God Cause Second Ebola Case in Dallas?
73 3 Kids on 'The Voice' Sing a Beautiful Version of 'Angel' Together That Will Touch Your Heart
74 Deeds Shape Creeds
75 7 Bible Verses That Are Perfect for Newlyweds
76 Ebola Mortality Rates Up to 70 Percent; Obama Warns World 'Not Doing Enough'
77 A Curious Fawn and a Little Girl Become Best Friends
78 'The Prince of Darkness Is Powerfully at Work in World Affairs,' Says Franklin Graham
79 Two Models for Husband-Wife Love | HeadHeartHand Blog
80 God's Not Dead: God's Not Dead! Nietzsche, Moral Absolutes, and Evolution
81 Atheist Gets Nearly $2 Million in Court Settlement Because He Was Forced to Attend Religious Drug Treatment Program
82 Newest Ebola Patient Took Frontier Flight 1143 With 132 Passengers Day Before Diagnosis; World Has Less Than 60 Days to Control Virus Says UN
83 Innovative Apologetics: The Human Mind and The Brain Are Not Identical
84 William Lane Craig debates James Crossley: Did Jesus rise from the dead?
85 Secularism Encroaches–But Hope Is Real
86 Has the Church Learned Anything From Ferguson?
87 WORLD | Ebola fear | Marvin Olasky | Oct. 15, 2014
88 Answering Muslims: Reza Aslan Invites ISIS Jihadists to Kill Apostates and Take Captives (but Probably Doesn't Even Realize It!)
89 Star Trek: TNG Season 3 "Sins of The Father" and "Allegiance"
90 The Smartest Woman You Never Knew: Gretchen Passantino Coburn
91 WORLD | Globe Trot: ISIS ground truth versus the Obama narrative | Jamie Dean | Oct. 15, 2014
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93 WORLD | Is Rick Santorum ready for a presidential bid reboot? | Oct. 15, 2014
94 Are "budget cuts" to blame for the CDC's inept handling of Ebola?
95 Reza Aslan and "the Jesus of History"
96 Innovative Apologetics: Germs and Roaches: No Need for Evolution
97 WORLD | Black pro-lifers fight NAACP’s free speech attack | Courtney Crandell | Oct. 15, 2014