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Interview: William Lane Craig on the Impact of C.S. Lewis

This video features an interview that William Lane Craig did near the 50th Anniversary of C.S. Lewis's death.  In the interview, Dr. ...

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Does God Exist? The Teleological Argument, Part 2

In recent posts, I’ve been explaining the Teleological argument, or the argument from design, as applied to the universe at large. Today, let’s zoom back to Earth and talk about the des…

Obama to Kaepernick: ‘Listen to the Pain' the Protest May Cause Someone Who's Lost Family in Combat

Last night, President Obama held a townhall meeting with members of the U.S. military, and was asked about Colin Kaepernick’s national protest. The 49ers quarterback has sparked demonstrations among athletes around the country, who are either kneeling or holding up a fist during the song, to protest police brutality and racial injustice. While the president emphasized that Kaepernick and others have every right to continue to demonstrate, and create conversations about racial equality, he said, I believe that us honoring our flag and our anthem is part of what binds us together as a nation. I want Mr. Kaepernick and others who are on a knee, I want them to listen to the pain that that may cause, somebody, for example had a spouse or a child who was killed in combat, and why it hurts them to see somebody not standing. But, I also want people to think about the pain that he may be expressing about somebody who’s lost a loved one, that they think, was unfairly shot. His full statement (which you can see below), is a nuanced response to a complicated situation, which has become increasingly polarizing.

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Tactics: the worst mistake a Christian can make when doing apologetics

First situation. I was talking with a lady who is an atheist. I had a copy of “God’s Crime Scene” in my hand, and she asked me about it. I told her that it was a book written by the guy who solved the homicide case that I asked her to watch on Dateline. She remembered – it was the two-hour special on the woman who was killed with a garrotte. She pointed at the book and said “what’s in it?” I said, it has 8 pieces of evidence that fit better with a theistic worldview than with an atheistic one, and some of them scientific. Her reply to me was – literally – “which denomination do you want me to join?”

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The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

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Amazon.com: Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy eBook: Eric Metaxas, Timothy Keller, Timothy J. Keller: Kindle Store

As Adolf Hitler and the Nazis seduced a nation, bullied a continent, and attempted to exterminate the Jews of Europe, a small number of dissidents and saboteurs worked to dismantle the Third Reich from the inside. One of these was Dietrich Bonhoeffer—a pastor and author. In this New York Times best-selling biography, Eric Metaxas takes both strands of Bonhoeffer’s life—the theologian and the spy—and draws them together to tell a searing story of incredible moral courage in the face of monstrous evil. Metaxas presents the fullest accounting of Bonhoeffer’s heart-wrenching decision to leave the safe haven of America to return to Hitler’s Germany, and sheds new light on Bonhoeffer’s involvement in the famous Valkyrie plot and in “Operation 7,” the effort to smuggle Jews into neutral Switzerland. In a deeply moving narrative, Metaxas uses previously unavailable documents?including personal letters, detailed journal entries, and firsthand personal accounts?to reveal dimensions of Bonhoeffer's life and theology never before seen.

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Worship Is Not Made-to-Order

The Promised Land is full of idols, which God commands the Israelites to destroy, and the basis for this command is holiness. God’s name will dwell there, and his people are to be identified by that name and live by that name (Deuteronomy 5–6). Thus, if they are God’s chosen people they must worship at God’s chosen place according to his command, to “do all that I am commanding you” (Deuteronomy 12:14). In other words, not only our desires for personal worship, but our whole life needs to be conformed in holiness to the desires of the one we worship.

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Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels

Most of us in the Star Trek generation understand this philosophy, even if we can't articulate it perfectly. Philosophical naturalism rejects the existence of supernatural agents, powers, beings, or realities. It begins with the foundational premise that natural laws and forces alone can account for every phenomenon under examination. If there is an answer to be discovered, philosophical naturalism dictates that we must find it by examining the relationship between material objects and natural forces; that's it, nothing more. Supernatural forces are excluded by definition. Most scientists begin with this presupposition and fail to consider any answer that is not strictly physical, material, or natural. Even when a particular phenomenon cannot be explained by any natural, material process or set of forces, the vast majority of scientists will refuse to consider a supernatural explanation. Richard Lewontin (an evolutionary biologist and geneticist) once famously wrote a review of a book written by Carl Sagan and admitted that science is skewed to ignore any supernatural explanation, even when the evidence might indicate that natural, material explanations are lacking.

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Questioning: Christians Should Question Beliefs

In 2007, I spoke at the University of Houston, Clear Lake, on the topic of “Can Truth Be Known About God?” Some of the main points included that we have a responsibility to find what is true, that it is not intolerant to say you think you have truth, and that there is truth to be known. At the end of my talk, several students asked me questions, including one gentleman who sat down with me for nearly half an hour. He was a follower of Eckhart Tolle, the main religious instructor in Oprah Winfrey’s life at that time. His main question was how I could claim to know truth at all through my thinking abilities. He said that I couldn’t know the truth about God until I got beyond my thinking abilities to the point where I experienced God as feeling; not as believing.

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Tim Tebow Hit By Pitch, Charges Mound To Offer Instant Forgiveness | The Babylon Bee

PORT ST. LUCIE, FL—Playing in his second instructional league baseball game with the New York Mets organization Thursday, Tim Tebow was hit by a pitch from lefty Chandler Hawkins during his third at bat. According to witnesses, the former NFL player immediately threw down his bat and aggressively charged the pitcher’s mound—but rather than engaging in the traditional fistfight or shoving match, Tebow rushed out to immediately forgive Hawkins face to face.

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Unmistakable: How We Know the Bible Is True

Ever since I first got serious about the question of how we know the Bible is true, it has seemed to me that the most urgent question is not how to provide arguments that convince modern atheists (like Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennet, Christopher Hitchens), but rather, how it is that an uneducated Muslim villager in the bush of Nigeria, or a pre-literate tribesman in Papua New Guinea, can know that the message of the Bible is true so that, three weeks after hearing and believing it, he would have a justified, warranted courage to die for his conviction. He could die for the truth of the Scriptures, and not be a fool.

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Book Preview: Cold Case Christianity for Kids by J. Warner Wallace and Susie Wallace

About the Authors J. Warner and Susie Wallace have been training young people in the church setting for over a decade. J. Warner is a cold-case homicide detective who has been featured on Dateline, FOX News, Court TV and other crime related television shows. A former atheist, he is the author of Cold-Case Christianity , God’s Crime Scene , and Forensic Faith . J. Warner has a master’s degree in theological studies, and Susie has a master’s degree in speech pathology. About the Book Children between 8 and 12 are at the critical age when they start to ask if Christianity is true. Cold-case detective J. Warner Wallace knows the thrill of high-stakes investigation and presents the case for Jesus in a compelling way while training kids “how to think, not just what to think” as they examine their faith intelligently. Cold-Case Christianity for Kids includes author illustrations, and is supported by an interactive website that allows kids to download chapter activities and “case note” fill-in sheets. When these are successfully completed and assembled in an “Academy Notebook,” readers will be qualified to earn a Cold-Case Academy “Certificate of Merit.

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The State of Theology

What we believe about God, about sin, about salvation, what we believe about ourselves as human beings, about other religions and about the Bible, what we believe about controversial social issues—all of these beliefs are influenced by our culture. But this survey indicates that regular exposure to Christian worship may have a tremendous counter-cultural effect. Evangelicals who attend church each week are far more likely to hold biblical convictions than their less regular peers. Infrequent church attendance leaves many uncertain about their beliefs and adrift theologically, even if they still consider themselves evangelical.

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I Quit My Job To Become 'Just' A Mom

But here I was, just a confused drug dealer who had no idea what God’s plan looked like for me. I wanted desperately for my day-to-day life to hold purpose and meaning, but it seemed that each career path I turned to offered me nothing but an empty paycheck.

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Hillsong NYC’s Carl Lentz: At This Church, We Are Not Saying 'All Lives Matter'

I would encourage anybody who cares about people, to somehow find a way to hear voices of those that don't share your journey. It will impact you. And times are as urgent as they have ever been... What's cool to me?? I don't see this photo and think about color. I see this photo and I think about family.. #occupyallstreets also.. Shout out to Corey Robinson who declared "I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT BEING BLACK! EVERYTHING!" Haha i cannot relate, but you totally convinced me.

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Pushing Back Against the PC Madness | The Stream

Things are getting so crazy these days that it’s not just religious conservatives who are pushing back against the PC madness. Even Hollywood liberals are speaking out.

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Every Knee Shall Bow?

With all these questions in the air, we in the church should be especially sensitive to the racial tensions in the history of America, and how quickly old wounds can be reopened. We weep with those who weep. Often that’s the only thing we can do after watching the latest dash-cam video. We grieve for the families now left without sons and husbands and fathers. We call for prayer. And we must remember. There is a history to this country that will not be easily forgotten. We have a long way to go, but we have a gospel to guide our way — and a justice-seeking Savior who reigns today, and extends hope to all who would surrender to him.

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Lee Strobel on Twitter

Here we are in front of our movie house with our movie car. #thecaseforChristmovie pic.twitter.com/4rghJLfr7d

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Has the Church Hurt You?

A church without wounds is an easy sell in a world where words are cheap: “They have healed the wound of my people lightly, saying, ‘Peace, peace,’ when there is no peace” (Jeremiah 8:11). In the last days, many are deceived because of the devil’s power to heal wounds: “its mortal wound was healed, and the whole earth marveled as they followed the beast” (Revelation 13:3). The world will be tempted to worship the healing of temporary wounds over the Savior from sin and Healer of souls? We’re tempted to do that now.

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Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: "There are No 'Must' Candidates!" -Darrell Bock

There is a real dilemma for their vote in this election. The choice we have before us is no real option. It is like choosing between facing a tornado rolling through your home or a hurricane. Both will do real damage in different ways. The only possible check on this regrettable situation involves the considered selection of legislators put around the poor choice the nation faces. Our votes for other offices now count for more.

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Why Is Apologetics Important? | Reasonable Faith Conference 2016 | Singapore

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org In March 2016, Dr. William Lane Craig participated in the Reasonable Faith Apologetics Conference at the Church of Singapore. This two-day Reasonable Faith conference was designed to train Christians in the defense of their faith. Dr. Craig spoke twice each morning, followed by Q&A, and again in the evening, followed once again by Q&A. At the conference in Singapore Dr. Craig met people who had come from Malaysia, China, Australia, and even Myanmar for the training. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: http://www.youtube.com/drcraigvideos Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/reasonablefa...

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Your Suffering Is Working for You

“Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light” (Matthew 11:28–30). You are kidding me. You’re going to die for Jesus. You got to call that light? Yes. Why? Because I look to the unseen. What? Glory. Glory beyond the grave that is going to so make up for this brief life, it will look momentary and it will look light.

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Theresa May: No Scotland opt-out or veto from Brexit

T heresa May yesterday said Scotland will leave the European Union along with the rest of the UK after Nicola Sturgeon’s Brexit minister rehashed her disputed claim she can block the process.

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The Myth of Religious Pluralism

I went on to explain that sometimes we do see similarities between these world religions, especially between the main three, Islam, Judaism and Christianity as we saw above. One reason for this is that they all stem from the same religious root. But even these religions differ greatly and in ways that are irreconcilable. The most drastic and important difference is in the person and work of Jesus Christ. In order to understand this we need to look to the claims of the New Testament (NT) about who Jesus is. Jesus first and foremost claimed to be God, and the NT authors claim that Jesus was crucified, died and rose again. In fact it’s on this claim alone that the Christian faith stands or falls. Saint Paul writes, “if Christ has not been raised, our faith is in vain” and that Christians are to be “pitied above all man.” Judaism and Islam both deny Jesus is God or even claimed divinity and that he died and was raised. In denying the main beliefs of Christianity, making them all irreconcilable and clearly on paths that lead to a different places.

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Ten Christian Athletes Who Were Tebowing Before Tebow

Beginning his pro career in 1900, Mathewson’s pitching brilliance and his deft use of the burgeoning world of sports journalism enabled him to win widespread acclaim for his clean-living, church-going life. By the 1910s, Protestant pastors and magazine editors alike often turned to “The Christian Gentleman” to attract listeners and readers to their message. Stories of Mathewson’s moral uprightness abounded: In one tale, Mathewson slid into home on a bang-bang play. The umpire, unable to see the tag, turned to Mathewson. “I was out,” Mathewson admitted, before explaining to the flabbergasted catcher that he was duty-bound to tell the truth because “I am a church elder.” Mathewson’s saintly image was boosted, too, by his untimely death in 1925 at age 45. The day after his death, fans attending the World Series matchup between the Pittsburgh Pirates and Washington Senators honored Mathewson by joining together for a chorus of “Nearer My God to Thee.” And in 1951, Mathewson’s Christian faith was given a more permanent symbol: He was one of four athletes memorialized in granite in the just-completed Sports Bay at Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in New York.

26 BreakPoint This Week

A proposed law in California would ban undercover investigations like the one that exposed Planned Parenthood's illegal trade in body parts. We tackle this story and more.

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Praying for a Breakthrough

So if you’re praying for a breakthrough and not seeing it, and in fact experiencing more temptations to discouragement, frustration, weariness, doubt, and cynicism than before, do not give up. Increasingly intense fighting always precedes strategic breakthroughs. Strategic ground is not yielded easily. You’re up against more than you know. But “he who is in you is greater than he who is in the world” (1 John 4:4). He has overcome the world (John 16:33) and he will give you justice (Luke 18:8).

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Defenders Class Live | Reasonable Faith

Defenders is Dr. William Lane Craig's Sunday school class on Christian doctrine and apologetics. Join leading Christian scholar Dr. Craig as he carefully and articulately teaches a comprehensive survey course from the Doctrine of God to the Doctrine of the Last Things, explaining Christian apologetic arguments along the way. Click on the link to watch live on Sunday mornings at 11:30 EST or to enjoy archived classes at your convenience.

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“The Atheist Delusion” – Why Millions Deny the Obvious

We have made these DVDs affordable for you to buy and give away to your friends, family, neighborhood, outside your local high school, at your university—when you check out at a store or when you leave a generous tip at a restaurant (DVDs as low as $1 when purchased in bulk).

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http://pastorrick.com/devotional/english/invest-your-money-in-getting-people-to-heaven

How do you do that? How do you store up treasure in Heaven? The Bible says in 1 Timothy 6:18-19, “Tell them to use their money to do good. They should be rich in good works and should give happily to those in need, always being ready to share with others whatever God has given them. By doing this they will be storing up real treasure for themselves in heaven — it is the only safe investment for eternity! And they will be living a fruitful Christian life down here as well” (TLB).

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Eric Metaxas: Bonhoeffer, Brexit & Backing Trump - Premier Christianity

The author’s profile reached a new peak in 2012 when he gave the opening address at the National Prayer Breakfast with President Obama seated next to him. Obama’s policies on abortion and religious liberty had long been anathema to many evangelicals, including Metaxas. That he was able to make Obama laugh while delivering pointed criticisms of the president’s administration is a testament to Metaxas’ rhetorical ability (whatever you make of his politics). He even made sure the POTUS left with a copy of his Bonhoeffer work in hand.

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Will God Ever Give Us More Than We Can Handle?

When Paul says he won’t give what is beyond what you are able, he means, not beyond what you are able with God’s help . We know that because of a couple of other things he says. For example, in 2 Corinthians 9:8 he says, “God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that having all sufficiency in all things at all times, you may abound in every good work.” In other words, in every test or temptation, the question is, “Will I do what I ought to do?” And Paul says, “There will be grace,” not just, “I am depending on you to use your resources without depending on grace.” “I am giving you grace so there will be grace to do it. But you are not independent of my powers to help.”

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American Evangelicals

After years of earnest but less public attempts, it is now with heavy hearts, and a hope for justice and restoration, that we Christian leaders urge ‘progressive’ evangelicals and Catholics to repent of their work that often advances a destructive liberal political agenda. We write as true friends knowing that most believers mean well. We desire the best for you and for the world God loves.

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Eric Metaxas on Twitter

Truly, my interview yesterday w/Todd Komarnicki is one of the best. Listen here & see SULLY. Todd also produced ELF! https://soundcloud.com/the-eric-metaxas-show … pic.twitter.com/yWOQRBUfF1

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All Student Summit: Taking Care of Your Soul - Donald S. Whitney

All Student Summit: Taking Care of Your Soul - Donald S. Whitney

38 How Can We Convince a Nonbeliever That the Bible Is the Word of God?

Before I try to answer that question directly, let me make a distinction that is important at the outset. There’s a difference between objective proof and the persuasion or conviction that follows. John Calvin argued that the Bible carries both persuasion and conviction in terms of its internal testimony—the marks of truth that could be found just by an examination of the book itself—as well as external evidences that would corroborate that substantial evidence to give solid proof for its being the Word of God.

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CrossExamined Radio w/ Dr. Frank Turek

Listen to CrossExamined with Frank Turek on American Family Radio network Saturday, 10-11 am Eastern on AFR network streaming audio and FM radio Tune in to our weekly call-in radio program hosted by Frank Turek on American Family Radio network. Join Frank as he discusses challenging topics, takes calls from listeners, and interviews dynamic Christian apologists. Sponsored by CrossExamined.org, this apologetics program is both informative and entertaining!  It is also available in podcast at the iTunes link below.

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The FBI’s Defense of How the Clinton Interview Was Conducted Is Full of Holes

I genuinely hate this case. I don’t mind disagreeing with the Bureau, a not infrequent occurrence in my former career. But I am hardwired to presume the FBI’s integrity. Thus, no matter how much irregularities in the Clinton investigation have rankled me, I’ve chalked them up to the Bureau’s being hamstrung. There was no chance on God’s green earth that President Obama and his Justice Department were ever going to permit an indictment of Hillary Clinton. Jim Comey says he didn’t make his final decision to recommend against prosecution until after Mrs. Clinton was interviewed at the end of the investigation, and that he did not coordinate that decision with his Obama-administration superiors. If he says so, that’s good enough for me. But it doesn’t mean the director made his decision detached from the dismal reality of the situation. And whatever one’s armchair-quarterback view on how he should have handled it, that reality was not of his making.

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Theresa May on Twitter

I want to be absolutely clear. There will be no unnecessary delays in invoking Article 50. pic.twitter.com/xSmfzhiGTn

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Why Evolutionary "Just So" Stories Fail

It was during this study that I began to understand the concept of a “just-so” story, and it has stuck with me ever since. Essentially, to save the Darwinian paradigm, Darwinists sometimes come up with logically possible, but evidentially unsubstantiated stories to account for some recalcitrant feature in the natural world (yes, Christian apologists can sometimes be accused of doing the same thing to explain apparent contradictions in the Bible. But that is a story for another time).

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The Gospel According to Marvel

Over the past decade, there has been a revival of interest in comic book superheroes, driven in large part by the Disney-owned Marvel Comics brand, publishers of such characters as Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Avengers, and more. Every culture has had its own heroes, from Hercules to King Arthur to the Lone Ranger, but the phenomenal popularity of Marvel superheroes in recent years suggests that Marvel’s unique approach to envisioning heroism is, for better or worse, feeding some sort of spiritual hunger in American culture.

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The Unbelievers Plan to Rid the World of God

Yet these atheists do not realize the silliness of their own views. Dawkins himself admits that it is possible that aliens designed and seeded life on earth—yes, really! Krauss and Dawkins both believe that all people ultimately came from a rock—clearly this is in violation of the Law of Biogenesis. Both believe that everything is material; therefore, from their view, logic, truth, and knowledge, which are non-material, cannot exist. By thus laying claim to logic, truth, and knowledge, they inadvertently borrow from a Christian worldview—how silly for their religion to borrow from its enemy! Dawkins argues there is no morality and then tries to say Christians are immoral. Both believe that nothing ultimately matters; yet they both seem to think it matters a great deal to force this belief on others. Neither Krauss or Dawkins seem to realize that in an atheistic worldview, the atheist is actually claiming to be “God” (because to know there is no God, one must be omnipresent and omniscient, which are attributes of God alone), which refutes their own atheism. This short list should suffice.

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Bill Clinton accuser Kathleen Willey: Hillary was complicit in his sexual misconduct

One of several women who have accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct is speaking out, saying Hillary Clinton shouldn't be exempt from criticism over her handling of the affairs that nearly ended her husband's presidency in the 1990s. Kathleen Willey — a former volunteer White House aide who accused Bill Clinton of making aggressive, unwanted advances during a private meeting in 1993 — said she holds Hillary Clinton responsible for smearing her and the many other women who have come forward with stories about their treatment at the hands of her husband. This no longer about Bill Clinton's transgressions or his infidelities or girlfriends or sex ... it's not about that anymore, Willey told the Washington Examiner. What it's about is the actions that his wife has taken against the women that he has raped and assaulted. None of the allegations of sexual misconduct levied against Bill Clinton during his decades in the public eye have ever been proven definitively. The former president has denied the accusations, admitting only to consensual relations with Monica Lewinsky and Gennifer Flowers.

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Nabeel Qureshi on Twitter

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Randy Alcorn: God Wants You to Find Your Happy Place

Something would be terribly wrong if we weren’t grieving for this world and those who suffer. But is it okay to be happy when we live in a world of hurt? And beyond that, is it actually God’s calling? Because if God commands us to rejoice, he must empower us to rejoice. He must want us to be happy. That’s what got me interested in God’s happiness. Is God happy? Can he be happy when he sees so much sin in the world, when he knows what his Son endured on his behalf, when he sees the persecution of his people? Can we?

51 The strange case of the missing Jesus
52 Crossway on Twitter
53 Donald Trump’s hotel in D.C. vandalized with ‘Black Lives Matter’ graffiti
54 Stevie Nicks Confirms Song "Sara" Was About Baby With Don Henley She Aborted | LifeNews.com
55 Hillary and the Rodeo Queens
56 Instagram photo by @louiegiglio • Oct 3, 2016 at 3:20am UTC
57 The Best of the Boring Parts of the Bible
58 The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
59 Can Scientists Trust Their Brains If Atheism is True?
60 5 Facts about global hunger
61 Instead of Sending Him to Jail, Officer Prays with Grieving Man and Drives Him 100 Miles to Be With His Family
62 Hillary Clinton is a ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing,’ just like her mentor
63 How Diverse Was Early Christianity? Clearing Up a Few Misconceptions
64 Guy Mason on Twitter
65 LeBron James: Why I'm endorsing Hillary Clinton
66 David Bentley Hart on William Lane Craig
67 Don’t neglect it.
68 Are Refugees Really Dangerous?
69 You Cannot Glorify God If You Find Him Boring
70 The Real Deal
71 Why We Should Expect Witnesses to Disagree | Cold Case Christianity
72 Why Studying Evolution Will Likely Challenge Your Kids' Faith
73 Team CLA on Twitter
74 Planned Parenthood CEO Confirms It Will Not Stop Selling Body Parts From Aborted Babies | LifeNews.com
75 C.S. Lewis Institute on Twitter
76 If Paul Could Tweet
77 What has preaching to do with discipleship? - Southern Blog
78 Colombia referendum rejects peace deal with Farc guerrillas
79 Admit It, Some Of The Bible Is Hard to Believe
80 Former Megachurch Pastor Tullian Tchividjian Almost Committed Suicide After Scandal
81 Did Jesus Go To Hell After He Died?
82 Crossway on Twitter
83 Christina van Dyke owes Richard Swinburne her resignation
84 New Research on Gospel Contradictions: Interview with Mike Licona
85 How Asking Questions Can Be an Act of Worship
86 Social Media Highlights (10/2/16)
87 Most Americans Believe in Supernatural Healing - Barna Group
88 Mary Jo Sharp on Twitter
89 A Global Update on Theological Famine Relief
90 4 Practical Questions for Applying Apologetics on Your Campus
91 Free From God
92 Crossway on Twitter