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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.

Neuroscience Busts Transhumanist Immortality Fantasy

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Nominal Christianity Will Fail You When Suffering Hits

Superficial, "Sunday only" Christianity does not work when we suffer. What we need most is a real, authentic, substantial, active relationship with God.

Malala’s Ordinary Greatness

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

Christian Radio Host Responds to Claim From Obama’s Former Pastor That ‘Jesus Was a Palestinian’ With Six Pointed Words

Christian leader Dr. Michael Brown responded to what he called "outlandish" statements from the Rev. Jeremiah Wright during a speech at the at the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March over the weekend, including the claim that Jesus was a Palestinian. In a video reaction, Brown unleashed six concise...

Christian Radio Host Responds to Claim From Obama’s Former Pastor That ‘Jesus Was a Palestinian’ With Six Pointed Words

Christian leader Dr. Michael Brown responded to what he called "outlandish" statements from the Rev. Jeremiah Wright during a speech at the at the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March over the weekend, including the claim that Jesus was a Palestinian. In a video reaction, Brown unleashed six concise...

The Probability of God’s Existence Is either 0% or 100% | Theology for the Church

Does the Modal Ontological Argument prove the existence of God? It at least demonstrates that God’s existence, if possible, would be necessary. So the only way God couldn’t exist is if his existence was impossible. This means there is no 50-50 chance of God existing, no 10% or 90% either. Either God cannot exist or he must exist. The probability of God’s existence is 0% or 100%.

The Probability of God’s Existence Is either 0% or 100% | Theology for the Church

Does the Modal Ontological Argument prove the existence of God? It at least demonstrates that God’s existence, if possible, would be necessary. So the only way God couldn’t exist is if his existence was impossible. This means there is no 50-50 chance of God existing, no 10% or 90% either. Either God cannot exist or he must exist. The probability of God’s existence is 0% or 100%.

No one Is Really A Relativist

Despite the claim that many people are relativists, objective morality is written on the human heart. Our actions reveal we believe in objective moral truth.

Here’s a New Look Netflix’s ‘Very Murray Christmas’ Special

Netflix has released a new teaser for its upcoming Christmas special starring Bill Murray and a ridiculously long list of his very famous friends (including George Clooney, Amy Poehler, Chris Rock, Phoenix, Rashida Jones, Michael Cera and others). The Sofia Coppola-directed extravaganza drops on Dec. 4.

From Bioethicists, a New Method for Normalizing Suicide

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Help Me Teach the Bible: How the New Testament Helps Us Teach the Old Testament Rightly

In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible , Lane Tipton , associate professor of systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, walks us through key passages in the New Testament that reveal how Jesus, Paul, and Peter train us to read and understand the Old Testament. He then applies these insights to key passages in the Old Testament including David and Goliath, Abraham and Isaac, the Psalms, and Isaiah 52–53.

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What Are We Missing in the General Epistles?

The Christian faith is in many ways surprising, yet maybe we have heard the language for so long that it can feel routine. The voice of the General Epistles holds the potential to wake us from the slumber of spiritual stupefaction. We are typically not as familiar with many parts of these letters, and they sound a beautifully discordant note to cultural Christianity and misguided assumptions about the faith. How often do we think about the reality of angels kept in chains of gloomy darkness (2 Pet. 2:6)? Do we understand the image of a dog returning to its own vomit (2 Pet. 2:22)? What does the archangel Michael’s unwillingness to rebuke the devil say to us (Jude 9)? These surprising passages draw our attention to the gravitas and eternal significance of the realities that are addressed in the pages of Scripture.

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British Humanist Association President: 'I'm envious of your faith" ‐ Premier premier

Al Khalili, who has been President of the British Humanist Association since 2013, even suggested that the special status given to "humans" in secular humanism may be wrong, saying "the danger is it can be seen as elevating humans above where they are within life on Earth. That somehow we are special. As a scientist I'm aware that humans are evolved apes. Humanism I think somehow elevates us into that category which really shouldn't exist."

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5 Uncomfortable Issues The Church Needs to Talk About

I'm a guy who feels isolated from my church. This comment may get ignored but I don't care if anyone listens or not. I just want to get it off my chest. There aren't that many people I can rely on at my church. I have been coming to this church for about a year now and I still feel like this distant stranger who feels rejected a lot of times. I usually sit alone in an isle where I'm the only one that sits in it. I feel very lonely. I wish I had more fellowship with other people. Our church tries building community through life groups but all the leaders that have been in my life group have moved out because of wonderful opportunities and I'm constantly searching for a new leader to be in my life group but as that happens, I see a lot of strangers that come into this life group which get's harder and harder to bond and entrust my issues to. My life group has had four leader already and they all moved out within one year. I'm constantly wondering if this will ever change and that I won't feel lonely any more.

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Our double lives: Dark realities behind 'perfect' online profiles

Here's the first of my #totalhonestytuesday. This is my current billing statement for Fall 2015. It has never been this before. I have never paid off everything I owe. Ever. I have been putting myself through life the past ten years and college the past few. I have slaved working long hours at jobs I don't like. I have had 3 jobs at a time. I have gotten 0 hours of sleep for several nights straight. I have cried countless tears out of not feeling good enough or strong enough or hard working enough to make it through college and life paying by myself, not having someone to support me or give me money when I'm short. I have applied for every scholarship possible. I have had anxiety attacks thinking I wasn't going to make it. I have felt alone. I worried I couldn't come back to school this year. I've been through heinous and unforgiving bouts of depression. But today, for the first time, I paid off all of my debts myself and the balance is $0. I've never been more happy to see the number 0 in my life. I have taught myself I can do this. I'm doing it.

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Grace to You Radio

A one-minute radio feature where John MacArthur applies biblical truth to daily living.

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Why this socialist will vote for Harper

I am drawn to Justin Trudeau’s Liberal plan in this election to invest in the country and to have the courage to admit the government will run deficits for three years.

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Jesus Was Not a Palestinian

Dr. Brown refutes some bizarre comments made by Rev. Jeremiah Wright, President Obama’s former pastor, at a Louis Farakhan rally in Washington, DC on October 8th, including the claim that Jesus was a Palestinian and that today’s Palestinians are descendants of the ancient Canaanites.

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How Important Is Physical Attraction in Dating?

Did he pray about telling me no? I'm sure he did. Did he ask God to change his heart toward me should it be His will? Doubtful. Did he take the time to get to know me besides the shell containing the soul? No. Now maybe your guy friend isn't even interested, so this doesn't apply to you Belle, but I'm writing it for all of the people who are just asking for a chance, no guarantees, just that someone is willing to give them a chance since they've gone and taken a risk for someone they think is worthy. If your sweet Beast is interested, do you really know him well enough to know your heart could never change and that there is nothing in him that you desire in a future spouse? If there are no red flags character wise, and he asks for a chance, please really truly consider it before flat out saying no. You'd be surprised how much affection, a good character, and a winning personality can change how a person appears to you. Physical attraction may start something, but it's not going to be what holds it together.

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Is God All Knowing? (William Lane Craig)

Robert Lawrence Kuhn (host of PBS' "Closer to Truth") asks William Lane Craig on God's omniscience. Questions explored: What does it mean for God to be omniscience? What is meant by proposition? What is meant by non-propositional knowledge? Does God have propositional or non-propositional knowledge? What is the difference between natural knowledge, free knowledge, and middle knowledge? Who is Luis de Molina? Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list... Closer to Truth: http://www.closertotruth.com Video index of Dr. William Lane Craig: http://drcraigvideos.blogspot.com 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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The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything

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Farewell to the Missionary Hero

T he book cover shows a white woman wearing a straw hat holding a brown baby, a golden light glowing behind her. The slender children’s biography still has the price tag; 25 years ago, I paid $3.95 at the Shepherd’s Shoppe in San Antonio. From the stories inside, I learned about Amy Carmichael’s mission to India during the first half of the 20th century. I was hooked on missionary stories from childhood onward. They conjured a life of Nancy Drew–style escapades done in the name of Jesus.

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Josh McDowell on Twitter

Please pray that God will give graduating seminary students in China wisdom to teach truth! http://ow.ly/MvuQE  pic.twitter.com/B5BKH3bzBX

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Suffragette Official UK Trailer #1 (2015) - Carey Mulligan, Meryl Streep Drama HD

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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.

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43. Josh McDowell - Tolerance Is Unbiblical

Special guest Josh McDowell shares the evils and dangers of being tolerant in our society. For more information visit josh.org.

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How ‘Playboy’ Magazine Legitimized Pornography—and Destroyed Itself in the Process

Here’s a simplified explanation: Sexually explicit material triggers mirror neurons in the male brain. These neurons, which are involved with the process for how to mimic a behavior, contain a motor system that correlates to the planning out of a behavior.  In the case of pornography, this mirror neuron system triggers the arousal, which leads to sexual tension and a need for an outlet. “The unfortunate reality is that when he acts out (often by masturbating), this leads to hormonal and neurological consequences, which are designed to bind him to the object he is focusing on,” wrote Struthers. “In God's plan, this would be his wife, but for many men it is an image on a screen. Pornography thus enslaves the viewer to an image, hijacking the biological response intended to bond a man to his wife and therefore inevitably loosening that bond.” (For more on this see,  9 Things You Should Know About Pornography and the Brain .)

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There's Nothing Progressive About Physician-Assisted Suicide

Yes, everyone deserves a death with dignity. But physician-assisted suicide—which could put undue pressure on the poor, the lonely, and the excluded—isn’t the way to achieve this. Focusing on expanding access to health care for every American at the end of their lives would be the progressive thing to do.

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Blind Faith? | Reasonable Faith

Ultimately, the question comes down to this; is knowledge ever a bad thing? Wouldn't it be better for people of faith to learn what the opposing arguments are, and make their own informed decision about whether those arguments are fallacious (perhaps using your refutations to inform their decision, but still with a firsthand exposure to the opposing arguments themselves), then to just take your word for it and make an a priori dismissal of their validity without ever seeing them? What would you say about an atheist who dismissed Christian arguments the same way? Do you believe that God wants people to follow him through blind faith? If not, what makes "quit reading and watching the infidel material you've been absorbing" distinct from blind faith?

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The Pleasure of Pleasing God

But there’s also a dynamic element in our relationship. When my daughter and I are playing together in the living room, my delight as a father is full. I have barriers in place for her and commands to be followed, but she can act like a wrecking ball in that fence of obedience, and it brings me incredible joy. And the more I laugh and delight in her, the more she works to keep me laughing. She’ll play the same games over and over again so that I keep playing; she’ll tell the same two-year-old jokes to keep me laughing.

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Why Marriage Shouldn’t End Your Dating Life

Making time to date one another in a season of life that is very busy (and shows no signs of slowing down any time soon) is a powerful gift you can offer your spouse. Time is a precious commodity to any of us, and when we willingly spend that time with one another, we are saying “You are worth my time.” And because our lives are made up of just that—time—we are saying, in essence, “You are worth my life.”

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Crossway on Twitter

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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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How True Art Points to God

God gives us the ability to make art, but art that is put to His use. God fills the workers in Exodus with the Holy Spirit to create the tabernacle and the ark, and we should model our own art off of this inspired act of creation. Art created by Christians should do what Bezalel did: create a space in which individuals can meet with God. Art is incarnational on both sides of production and reception. Like Noah’s ark, too, true art takes on a life of its own that is completely outside the hands of the creator—a life imbued by God.

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Pastors.com

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

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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.

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Where's the Line Between Greed and Ambition?

But perhaps Jesus, being God in the flesh, is allowed to have that characteristic, yet the last things recorded by Matthew—one of Jesus’ disciples—is Jesus saying this: “Go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you” (Matthew 28:19-20).

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A Biblical Answer to Poverty: God’s People and the Marketplace

Even with these monumental strides, we still have a lot of work to do. People around the world lack necessities of clean water, food, and shelter. As we seek to help the most vulnerable, we must first go to scripture to understand what to do and how to do it. The Bible gives us everything we need. Biblical principles create more flourishing for more people while simultaneously helping individuals experience personal fulfillment. The best way we can help the poor is by doing our job well. When we live into who God created us to be, we experience joy, reinforce dignity, and serve other people.

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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

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5 Surprising Characteristics of Churches That Are Actually Reaching the Next Generation - Carey Nieuwhof

Carey, thanks for this timely post. For me the hardest one is #4 taking the risk. I believe we evangelicals need to take the risk to honour and accept the role that women can and do play in the leadership of the church. That may put us at odds with our denomination… but it may also lead to a change in our denomination.

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Did Adam and Noah Really Live Over 900 Years?

Along with American composer George Gershwin, many people find it difficult to believe that Methuselah lived to be 969 years old. Nevertheless, the Bible teaches quite plainly that the early patriarchs often lived to be nearly 1,000 years old and even had children when they were several hundred years old! Similar claims of long life spans are found in the secular literature of several ancient cultures (including the Babylonians, Greeks, Romans, Indians, and Chinese). But even a life span of nearly 1,000 years is sadly abbreviated when we consider that God initially created us to live forever .

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The 5 Big Misconceptions About Community

I could not agree with this more! I moved to Nashville about 2 months ago by myself. No relatives here, no family... Just me, myself and I. It has been so incredibly lonely the last 2 months that all I do is work and go home. I started attending a house church and only within the last 2 weeks has there started to feel like any community has developed. It's so difficult to actually meet people and befriend them and start to develop a mural sense of pouring into/being poured into. It's such a slow process, but when it happens it is so incredibly sweet.

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Room

It's also unblinking in how it tackles the matter of parenting, and the most complicated of repercussions. This accounts for the emotional gut-walloping you get repeatedly: parental love is never perfect, and everyone screws up their kids in their own particular way. The film uses this as a thread throughout, and it is uncommonly visceral. I am not a crier and I watch so many films that my emotional radar is probably a bit dulled, but I was moved by this film in ways I rarely have been, and it's been difficult to explain why.

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

I hated Christians because I saw how they treated gay people. At the end of one parade, I saw signs saying, “God hates you.” Protesters were spraying water and urine on people. I asked my mom, “Why are they acting that way?” She said, “Caleb, they’re Christians, and Christians hate gay people.”

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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.

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Putting the cookies on the lowest shelf

I recently met with about 80 contractors who will be working on a new building for the church I serve as pastor. I introduced myself and the 200-year history of our church, told them about our mission to glorify God by proclaiming Jesus Christ and serving others, and then I turned it over to our architect. From that point on, I might as well have been in Uzbekistan at a goatherders’ convention because I had no clue what they were saying.

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Plan for Prayer

Therefore, prayer highly exalts and glorifies God precisely by pursuing everything we long for in him, and not in ourselves. “Ask, and you will receive . . . that the Father may be glorified in the Son and . . . that your joy may be full.” Unless I’m badly mistaken, one of the main reasons so many of God’s children don’t have a significant life of prayer is not so much that we don’t want to, but that we don’t plan to.

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University of Pittsburgh Open Forum: Live Stream | RZIM

What does it mean to be human? Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale address this question at the University of Pittsburgh Thursday, October 15, 2015 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. EDT. There will be a Q&A following the open forum.

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An Organic Journey Towards the Doctrines of Grace

In two minutes, Trip Lee talks about his organic journey towards the doctrines of grace (Calvinism or Reformed theology) and how he saw these doctrines in the Scriptures before he read them in any other book.

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Another Novelist to Consider Reading

He isn’t profound. He isn’t penetrating. His books may not be dissected in lit classes. But his command of vocabulary and syntax is amazing. And his humor is, unlike many humorists, is actually very, very funny. There’s nothing like unwinding with a little Jeeves and Wooster after a four hour elder meeting to get the old egg cracking again, what? (Take my word for it, and read Wodehouse to understand my drift).

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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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5 "C" Suggestions for Developing Trust as a Leader - Ron Edmondson

T rust is like gold in leadership. Without it a leader will fail to build a healthy following. Change will be difficult to implement. Retention and recruitment of leaders becomes near impossible.

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Why I Still Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist - The 4 Questions

This excerpt was taken from the "Why I Still Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist" DVD set. If you would like the full 10 hour, 12 part set, click here: http://impactapologetics.com/dvd-comp...

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Were Early Christian Scribes Untrained Amateurs?

2) Why do you assume that you are the judge of what’s “befitting the Word of God”? Why do you assume that Greek writings are inferior to Aramaic? Because in uninspired works, some things get lost in translation? Is it not amazing to you that even with the centuries of gaps in our manuscript tradition and the thousands of variants that have taken place, the NT is incredibly well preserved? Again, try to put yourself into the mind of a 1st cent. Christian who grew up with both Greek and Hebrew. And do you really believe that if the NT were written in Aramaic, “no one would dispute it”? That seems to belie Jesus’ own teaching that the Gospel is an offense to the unbelieving.

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7 things to pray for missionaries

There are numerous ways a church or even those who are preparing for ministry can pray to bless their missionaries.  Because the church might not always know those immediate, pressing issues in the missionary’s life, praying from God’s Word is always valuable and applicable in every season and place. Here are seven simple ways to pray for missionaries from Paul’s charge to Timothy (see 2 Tim. 2:1-7):

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It's Official: Terrorists Are Now the Persecuted Church's Greatest Threat

The US State Department's latest International Religious Freedom (IRF) report, released Wednesday, confirms that the biggest threat to minority Christian communities and other religious minorities worldwide is now the "new phenomenon" of non-state terrorism, particularly in the Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia.

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52 We’re casual about sex and serious about consent. But is it working?
53 Planned Parenthood Will No Longer Receive Money for ‘Fetal Tissue Donations’
54 What Does It Mean that God Is Jealous?
55 J.J. Abrams and Cameron Crowe Are Making a Show About Concert Roadies
56 Principle #3 Sexual Purity Trumps Sexual Anarchy
57 Video Update from Pastor Mark and Ecclesiastes Part 11
58 'A Great Candidate for Demon Possession' — Ex-Drug Lord Tells How God Took Him From Darkness to Light
59 Ligonier Ministries
60 Religious Persecution Exists Even in the US, Kerry Admits During Rollout of International Religious Freedom Report
61 Ted Cruz: Far Left Hates Christians, Obama Trained by Harvard's Marxist Elites
62 The Biggest Story: Kevin DeYoung on His New Children’s Book
63 Bad News, Indeed — Playboy Opened the Floodgates and Now the Culture is Drowning
64 Boycotting gay weddings? A distorted take on an important book
65 Nun Too Crazy? Obama Trying to Hand Pick Opponent in Birth Control Battle, Little Sisters of the Poor Attorneys Say
66 President Obama Is Sending 300 Troops to Cameroon to Fight Boko Haram
67 Greg Laurie on Twitter
68 3 Truths to Help Our Children Weather the Gender Storm
69 Josh McDowell on Twitter
70 How to Disagree
71 The Apologetic Value of Philo Not Mentioning Jesus | Stephen J. Bedard
72 Niagara Falls’ New Recycling Mascot ‘Totes McGoats’ Is Straight from Your Nightmares
73 ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Is in the Works
74 The Wintery Knight's favorite Bible verses
75 Frank Turek on Twitter
76 Errors in the Apocrypha
77 Et tu, Brute? (How to Handle Betrayal and Rejection)
78 Disproportionately Gay; An Alarming Trend In Youth Lit
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81 Beauty: The Oft-Forgotten Virtue in the Art & Science of Defending the Christian Faith