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http://erlc.com/article/baptists-put-aside-differences-unite-for-religious-liberty-in-houston

WASHINGTON , D.C., Oct. 16, 2014—The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Baptist Joint Committee are often on different sides of church–state issues. The Southern Baptists of Texas Convention and the Baptist General Convention of Texas represent two different strands of denominational life. These groups put aside their differences Thursday to stand together in asking Houston Mayor Annise Parker to stop the “improper and unwarranted” subpoena of pastors’ sermons.

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12 Questions to Ask Before You Watch ‘Game of Thrones’

“Pastor John, do you believe there is a difference between film nudity versus pornography? I know many Christians who are against porn, but they have no issue watching movies or TV shows that show graphic nudity.” A young woman named Emily recently emailed this question to the Ask Pastor John inbox.

5 EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

What is the biblical view of wealth? I am persuaded that the Bible teaches a form of Christian capitalism—in other words, responsibility associated with wealth. It does not promote the possession of money for the sake of money, but instead encourages us to use money for the sake of the kingdom. In short, a biblical […]

6 Connect with Grace to You

From offices around the world, Grace to You extends John MacArthur's verse-by-verse Bible teaching using modern media-Radio, television, books, and the World Wide Web.

7 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily, by Greg West: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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Grace to You

Why do some question the liberating truth that in Christ they are dead to sin? Some are victimized by an inadequate view of salvation, seeing it as a mere change in their legal standing before God. Salvation involves far more, however; it involves a transformation of life. Those who believe their Christian life to be a constant battle between their old and new selves will not be able to consider themselves dead to sin. The accusations of Satan (Rev. 12:10) and conscience also make it very difficult for some to count on their death to sin. But the biggest difficulty Christians face in believing sin is a defeated enemy is their constant battle with it. That struggle makes it hard to believe we’re really dead to sin’s power (Rom. 7:15-24). Nevertheless, the Bible teaches that Christ’s holiness imputed to believers has released us from sin’s dominion. Therefore, Christians can choose not to sin and are never forced to sin.

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Seduction and the Cost of Saying ‘No’

In talking with the Iranian youth, I realized that it was possible for Iranians to avoid persecution—so long as they stayed silent about their faith and kept it a purely private matter. Persecution comes when they live out their faith publicly and share the gospel with others inside their country. Likewise, with American youth, it is possible for them to avoid the pain and suffering that comes with following Jesus if they keep Christianity a private thing that only affects their afterlife. The pain comes when they do the difficult work of saying “no” to the seductive idols of our culture.

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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.

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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.

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Frank Turek - Same-Sex Marriage Decisions: The Constitution Protects Gays But Not Blacks and Women

These rulings are also absurd constitutionally. The 14 th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution was passed in 1868 to prevent states from discriminating against newly freed slaves. At that time blacks and women didn’t even have the right to vote, yet no one ever thought a court could use the “equal protection” clause to change state voting laws. So why do courts think they can use it now to change state marriage laws? Are we to believe that “equal protection” does not guarantee a woman’s right to vote but does guarantee a woman’s right to marry another woman? What planet are these judges ruling from?

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Teacher’s Bible Ban In Class Sparks Protest & Change - CBS Miami

“Good morning, Mr. Rubeo,” says a woman. “Giovanni called you because I asked him to. I noticed that he had a book, a religious book, in the classroom. He’s not permitted to read those books in my classroom. He said if I told him to put it away, you said not to do that. So please give me a call. I need to have some understanding on direction to him about the book he’s reading opposed to the curriculum for public school. Ms. S. Thomas. Thank you. Have a wonderful day. Bye, bye.”

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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?

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The Romantic Rationalist

With contributions from Randy Alcorn, John Piper, Philip Ryken, Kevin Vanhoozer, David Mathis, and Douglas Wilson, this volume explores the man, his work, and his legacy—reveling in the truth at the heart of Lewis’s spiritual genius: God alone is the answer to our deepest longings and the source of our unending joy.

17 The Pastors.com Daily

The Pastors.com Daily, by Pastors.com: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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Really, It's Okay To Be Single

She eventually did find people who accepted her as a single person, and never pressured her to get married: non-Christians. It was her non-Christian friends who provided her a community where she could be both single and fully valued - after all, to them, marriage was a dated and impotent institution, why push it on anyone?! And to this day, she has not set foot in a church, and feels little inclination to do so again. Now, there is definitely an element of "chicken or the egg" to this story - was it really the church's focus on marriage that drove her away, or was it simply an excuse to leave? Is this a story of external alienation, or internal apathy? I don't know the answer to that. All I know is that if the church had played its proper role in valuing that sister as a full person, regardless of her marital status, she would have had one less reason to exit those doors. And that breaks my heart.

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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?

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Christ Will Come Again

The second coming of Jesus Christ is the personal (he won’t send an angel in his place), visible (every eye will see him), physical (he will come in the body in which he was crucified, raised, and glorified) return of Jesus to this earth to consummate the salvation of his people (Phil. 3:20-21; Heb. 9:28; 1 John 3:1-3), to be glorified in them (2 Thess. 1:10), and to inflict vengeance on those who have defied him and the gospel of grace (2 Thess. 1:8). At his first coming Jesus came as a suffering servant, a sacrificial lamb, “to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself” (Heb. 9:26), and to inaugurate the kingdom rule of God. We read in Hebrews 9:28 that he “will appear a second time, not to deal with sin but to save those who are eagerly waiting for him” and to consummate the kingdom in its fullness.

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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?

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The Mars Hill Postmortem

I love TGC and have learned much from reading articles here. But I must admit, as a member of Mars Hill Church, it makes me sad to have my church boiled down to a 4-point case study. None of this has been simple for any of us. Nothing will be simple going forward. Though I agree with many of the points made here, and I do want the Church (capital C) to learn from what has happened, I can’t help but hope that my brothers and sisters in Christ would remember that we are a real church with real people who love Jesus. Many of us have been loved well by our church leadership, and, in turn have led and loved others well. Right now we are grieving the loss of our pastor, who many of us cared about very much, and we are dealing with the uncertainty of Mars Hill’s future. For those of us hanging in there and loving our church through this crisis, I would have loved to see encouragement before critique.

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Former Atheist Academic Who Rejected God and Believed ‘Smart People Don’t Become Christians’ Reveals What Changed Her Mind Entirely

As an atheist Dr. Holly Ordway had always felt like she wasn’t quite “God’s type” — that is, until she says she began deeply questioning the ins and outs of the Christian faith.

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Cardinal Is “Appalled,” Denies Africa Comments Caught on Tape

It is hard to say why Kasper chose to tell a very obvious lie. It is even harder to say why some were so ready to defend his original comments. It requires an exceedingly partisan mind to spin as insightful comments so offensive that even their speaker won’t stand behind them. Gallicho’s choice to take to the pages of Commonweal to lavish praise on the remarks suggests something that anyone who watches Church politics begins to suspect: Catholicism is now second only to Sufism in the central role accorded to spin.

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Ebola Nurse Amber Vinson Checked with CDC Before Flight: Source - NBC News

The second Ebola-infected nurse from a Dallas hospital contacted Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials on Monday to check if she could get on a plane with an elevated temperature, and was not barred from taking the flight, NBC News has learned.

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The Defense of Marriage Isn’t Over

At the federal level, Congress has an opportunity to protect religious liberty and the rights of conscience. Policy should prohibit the government from discriminating against any individual or group, whether nonprofit or for-profit, based on their beliefs that marriage is the union of a man and woman or that sexual relations are reserved for marriage. The government should be prohibited from discriminating against such groups or individuals in tax policy, employment, licensing, accreditation, or contracting.

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Invading Love

If we believe the Bible, we should remember that God is always near; Psalm 34:18 says, “The Lord is near to the brokenhearted.” We should also recall that God’s promises never change - “For I the Lord do not change” (Malachi 3:6) and "There is no variation or shadow due to change [with the Father]." (James 1:17)

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Ordinary

As I read Michael Horton’s new book,  Ordinary: Sustainable Faith in a Radical, Restless World , this episode came to mind. Too many churches, Horton argues, “like to raise the bar, up the ante, and lay out radical calls that most people can’t possibly answer” (22). The focus of countless congregations today is on “jaw-dropping testimonies” and “novel experiences,” which leads to “an environment of perpetual novelty” (23). Despite a well-intended trajectory of growth, the professor of systematic theology and apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary in California claims, many churches today leave people with a “shallow understanding of what they believe and why they believe it” (23). As Horton sees modern Christians, we start out seeking an emotional high of a spiritual kind, binge on one exciting “world changing” program after another, and end up exhausted and overstimulated, with little actual knowledge of the Scriptures and the life-transformation it enacts.

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Cancer Research Offers Insight on the Creation and the Fall

I very much want us to find a cure for cancer. We have developed therapies to improve the quality of life for cancer patients, and we are identifying biomarkers to diagnose cancer earlier. Yes, we want to eventually conquer cancer. But I also recognize that we live in a broken and sinful world and that we will experience pain, suffering, and sickness until Jesus comes back for his people. So my sureness and hope is in our Lord and his return, and I look forward to and long for the day when we will have new bodies. 

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What Mark Driscoll Teaches Us About Grace and Accountability

Very good article, but I take issue with one thing; it is a theological point that should be accepted, the one pr. Driscoll teaches when it comes to marriage. Even if I don't believe this is the "only way" to do marriage, pr. Driscoll actually have a lot of biblical stuff behind him. And the bible also talks about "God's wrath", so it's kind of understandable that he preaches a God who judges. I agree with most of the things I read here, but when it comes to pr. Driscoll's theology, I can't blame the case on it... That is actually something the Western world needs right now; radical preaching. "Grace-theology" is blurring sin and moral from a lot of Christian fellowships, and that is scary! The perfect solution should be something in between, but the history of the church shows us that people like pr. Driscoll are needed, and theology like his change the worldview of a generation to be more Godlike. I hope I don't step on peoples toes right now, but I don't think it's fair to point at his teachings when the problems that led to this whole thing are about his personal style of preaching and doing ministry.

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Reaction to Pastor Mark Driscoll's Resignation Includes Sadness, Gratitude From Mars Hill Church Community

Mark Driscoll, pastor of Mars Hill Church, has resigned from the multi-city megachurch he and his wife helped found 18 years ago after a series of calls were made for the Seattle, Washington, preacher to step down from ministry due to his admitted "divisive" leadership style.

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God's Not Dead: Atheistic Evolution: Difficulties Make It Impossible

In a widely cited speech, Nobel laureate David Baltimore remarked, “Modern biology is a science of information.” Many … biologists have identified information as biology’s central problem. For matter to be alive, it must be suitably structured. A living organism is not a mere lump of matter. Life is special, and what makes life special is the arrangement of its matter into very specific forms. In other words, what makes life special is information. Where did the information necessary for life come from? This question cannot be avoided. Life has not always existed. There was a time in the history of the universe when all matter was lifeless. And then life appeared—on earth and perhaps elsewhere. Biology’s information problem is therefore to determine whether (and if so how) purely natural forces are able to bridge the gulf between the organic and inorganic worlds as well as the gulfs between different levels of complexity within the organic world. Conversely, biology’s information problem is to determine whether (and if so how) design is needed to complement purely natural forces in the origin and subsequent development of life (William Dembski).

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City of Houston Demands That Pastors Turn Over Sermons Addressing Homosexuality or Gay Mayor Annise Parker

A group of pastors in Houston, Texas are now fighting to block subpoenas from the city's lawyers demanding that they turn over all sermons addressing homosexuality, gender identity or the city's first openly lesbian mayor, Annise Parker.

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Thursday is for Thinkers: 3 Things Atheists Have Taught Me About God

I could list more things, but it’s safe to say I’ve learned valuable truths from atheists about the God of all Truth. My prayer is that they too may come to know the One whom they have taught me more about.

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La Mirada School Hosts ShakeOut Event

It's the 2014 Great California ShakeOut earthquake drill at Biola University in La Mirada. About 60 volunteers will play the roles of quake victims treated by first responders to prepare for a devastating earthquake.

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How Boko Haram's Murders and Kidnappings Are Changing Nigeria's Churches

In April, the group’s kidnapping of 276 girls, mostly Christians, from a school in Chibok drew global outrage. But 219 of those girls are still missing as are hundreds of other abducted children. The group has killed at least 2,000 Nigerians in the first six months of this year, according to Nigerian officials. In total, 650,000 people fled northern Nigeria to escape violence. Some 1,600 Nigerian Christians have died at the hands of Boko Haram and other groups, according to the Jubilee Campaign.

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Four Reasons Why Some Preachers Get Better and Others Don’t

For the last 16 years I’ve sat in a seminary classroom, listening to student sermons on an almost daily basis, and I’ve heard every kind of sermon and every level of preacher. I’ve seen guys so nervous that they had to stop and vomit during the sermon, and I’ve been so moved by a student’s sermon that I felt I had been ushered into the presence of the risen Christ. I’ve seen guys who were no better the fifth time they preached for me than they were the first time, but I’ve seen guys whose initial sermon was depressingly awful turn it around so radically by the end of the semester that I almost couldn’t recognize them as the same preacher.

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How Boko Haram's Murders and Kidnappings Are Changing Nigeria's Churches

In April, the group’s kidnapping of 276 girls, mostly Christians, from a school in Chibok drew global outrage. But 219 of those girls are still missing as are hundreds of other abducted children. The group has killed at least 2,000 Nigerians in the first six months of this year, according to Nigerian officials. In total, 650,000 people fled northern Nigeria to escape violence. Some 1,600 Nigerian Christians have died at the hands of Boko Haram and other groups, according to the Jubilee Campaign.

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Who Is The Real Jesus: The Jesus Of The Bible Or The Jesus Of The Qur’an? | Reasonable Faith

I propose to answer that question as a historian. I shall look at the New Testament and the Qur’an as the historian looks at any other sources for ancient history. I shall not treat them as inspired or holy books. Accordingly, I shall not require them to be inerrant or infallible in order to be valuable historical sources. By taking this historical approach, we prevent the discussion from degenerating into arguments over Bible difficulties or Qur’anic inconsistencies. The question is not whether the sources are inerrant but whether they allow us to discover who the historical Jesus really was.

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Innovative Apologetics: The Longest Known List of Self-refuting Statements

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Christian Youth Leaders Must Teach Apologetics to Show Believing in Jesus is Not Blind Faith, Says Student Pastor

"I believe that one of the ways that youth workers can equip teenagers in a meaningful way is to help them understand that faith in Jesus is not a blind faith that goes against all reason but rather a logical response to evidence that supports the existence of the God of the Bible and the fact that Jesus really is who the Bible claims him to be," McVeigh wrote in a blog post for Church Leaders.

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Renewing Your Mind | The Evangelistic Zeal of George Whitefield | October 16, 2014

After reading the text, young Whitefield prayed over "'every line and every word' in both the English and Greek, feasting his mind and his heart upon it till its essential meaning became a part of his very person." Whitefield devoured the words and truths of Scripture like a feast spread before his hungry soul. Little did he realize at the time that God would use his newly kindled heart as a torch whose fire would engulf two continents. As the candle flame flickered in that second-story window, Whitefield was being prepared to be loosed upon the world with the good news of Jesus Christ. His private acquaintance with the Word is most clearly seen in the scriptural vocabulary of his preaching. He readily used biblical metaphors, drew biblical analogies, and illustrated biblical truths with other biblical passages. Cross-references in Scripture flowed freely from his lips as he prayed that the Holy Spirit would sear the truth upon souls in need of divine grace.

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Don’t Listen to the Africans, Says Catholic Cardinal

Africa is totally different from the West. Also Asian and Muslim countries, they’re very different, especially about gays. You can’t speak about this with Africans and people of Muslim countries. It’s not possible. It’s a taboo. For us, we say we ought not to discriminate, we don’t want to discriminate in certain respects.

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17-Year-Old Diagnosed With Cystic Fibrosis Has Something Incredible to Say About Hospitals – She is Awesome!

This 17-year-old superstar has all kind words to say about hospitals which are known in most cases as a sad place to be. She speaks all kind words about what perks you have in the hospital and the amazing people that work there.

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Honoring the Sabbath Like a Command

As an ex-adventist, I can speak with some authority on this issue. Even in the SDA church it is preached exactly as you have explained it in your article. Gift from God, Sabbath for Man not man for Sabbath, 10 commandments not under the law but still good to do etc... The fact is that once you start regulating and imposing a ritual, it eventually takes over and the ritual itself becomes God. Most Christians also confuse the fact that The Law included all 613 commandments of Moses, they were all together and never to be separated (moral law, ritual law, that is a modern construct, the Jews never saw it as that and still don't). The new covenant did away with the old. Or else you start down the track of "I know it's not a salvation issue, but; yes Sabbath, yes no pork or sea-food, etc, not to mention all of the other commands about sacrifice and women and mens purity etc... Now that Jesus has come, and his holy spirit is here, every day is a sabbath, every day we dedicate our lives in all that we do for him. I just caution people jumping onto this sabbath thing as a fad....it can lead to other things that take away more than it gives.

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Satanic Temple Wants Display of Satan Descending Into Hell to Be Featured Inside Florida's Capitol

A Satanic Temple group is petitioning Florida's State Capitol to include a display depicting the angel Lucifer descending into hell among other holiday stands. Florida denied the group's same request last year, deeming it "grossly offensive."

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Finding a Level Head in a Hectic World

Sober judgment has always been in high demand, but now the supply is at record lows. In the Information Age, we have access like never before to the stuff that makes for high IQ, but raw intellect alone is prone to extremes and debilitating imbalances when wielded without the great stabilizer of emotional intelligence (EQ). Call it wisdom, level-headedness, or just sanctified common sense — the biblical attribute of “sober-mindedness” is at a premium. Which should get our attention when such a thing is central to both a healthy Christian church and the healthy Christian walk.

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'God's Not Dead' Writers Spotlight Religious Liberty in Upcoming Movie

"When we did 'God's Not Dead' and if you look at that and you look at this and anything else we do, I'm tired, I'm sure Christians are tired. I'm just tired of [how] we are always put in the shadows, we are persecuted down. In other words, we are put in these positions where we're not allowed to speak, we're not allowed to do this, we're not allowed to do that and ... we just felt that it's time to fire the shot heard round the world," said Solomon.

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