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Does God Exist? How Did Everything Begin? Who Am I? Why Am I Here? What Happens After I Die? Cabbages and puppies don’t think about this stuff…but people do....

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Islam, ISIS, and the Forced Conversion of Yazidis The Islamic State (ISIS) recently released a video of dozens of Yazidis converting to Islam in order to avoid execution. Our ...

Has the Church Replaced Israel? - Darrell Bock, David Brickner, Mitch Glaser

In this episode, Dr. Darrell Bock, David Brickner and Dr. Mitch Glaser discuss Israel and anti-Semitism, focusing on the question, “Has the Church replaced Israel?”

Halloween: Trick or Treat?

While Halloween can often be a time associated with ghosts, devils and darkness, this video is designed to share the good news that Jesus is the light of the...

Multiple NC Campaign Workers Willing to Aid Non-Citizen With Felony Kay Hagan Votes

A stunning undercover video exposes a reckless disregard of election law in North Carolina. Multiple campaign operatives and workers, both democrats and repu...

Burning Questions: Episode 5 Trailer "Can We Trust the Bible?"

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Sexual Ethics

A thoughtful look at what the sexual revolution really does to the hearts of people, and how the Bible paints a much more fulfilling picture of sex as a beau...

Secret Thoughts Of An Unlikely Convert | Rosaria Butterfield and Russell Moore

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WORLD | North Dakota high court reinstates RU-486 regulations | Courtney Crandell | Oct. 30, 2014

The 2011 law requires drugs used in abortions to be labeled for that use. RU-486 uses a combination of two drugs: mifepristone and misoprostol. Misoprostol induces labor after a woman takes two doses of mifepristone, but it’s only labeled for treating stomach ulcers. Twenty percent of the abortions performed at the North Dakota facility use the mifepristone and misoprostol combination, Kromenaker said. 

Common Interpretive Pitfalls

Most interpretive challenges can be resolved through studying the passage within its wider context. “God is not a God of confusion” (1 Corinthians 14:33) and He does not have a problem explaining Himself. The problem is usually with us—whether it be a personal objection to what Scripture says, a cultural gap between us and the text’s original setting, a refusal to obey, or a lack of broader biblical knowledge. Whatever the case, skills in Bible interpretation can be acquired and applied. And I’ll explain how in the days ahead.  

Faithful Thinkers: Book Review: The Case For Life

I have been quite excited to read Scott Klusendorf's The Case For Life: Equipping Christians to Engage the Culture ( paperback , Kindle , GoodReads , Video Trailer , Interview , Life Training Institute ). From my elementary school days, I have been exposed to pro-life Christians who have faced ridicule, fines, physical harm, and even jail time for their commitment to the unborn's right to life. It was not until my exposure to Christian apologetics that I became aware that the fight was more than each side just emoting at one another. In this book, Klusendorf provides the scientific case for the humanity of the unborn and the objective moral wrongness of killing them. He addresses many common and powerful challenges to the prolife position. The book is divided into four parts and is 243 pages in length. This review will provide a chapter-by-chapter summary then conclude with my comments. Part 1- Pro-Life Christians Clarify The Debate Chapter 1- What Is The Issue? Klusendorf begins by clarifying that there is one issue that is up for debate- the one issue that will make or break the case for the pro-life position.

5 An Evening with Hank Hanegraaff: How to Mine the Bible for all its Wealth - Part 1 - Christian Research Institute

On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast CRI presents a riveting message given by Hank Hanegraaff at Colonial Presbyterian Church in Kansas City, Missouri back in September. In this message, Hank lays out essential principles every Christian needs to know about the art and science of biblical interpretation.

Here's When It's OK To Use The 'R-Word' In 1 Nifty Chart

"Why am I hurt when I hear 'retard?'" John Franklin Stephens, Special Olympics global ambassador, wrote in a blog for HuffPost. "Let's face it, nobody uses the word as a term of praise. At best, it is used as another way of saying 'stupid' or 'loser.' At worst, it is aimed directly at me as a way to label me as an outcast -- a thing, not a person. I am not stupid. I am not a loser. I am not a thing. I am a person."

NY State blesses ‘incest' marriage between uncle, niece

The state’s highest court has toppled a cultural taboo — legalizing a degree of incest, at least between an uncle and niece — in a unanimous ruling.

State of Maine, nurse who went to Africa at odds over Ebola quarantine

Kaci Hickox leaves her home in Fort Kent, Maine, to take a bike ride with her boyfriend on Thursday, October 30. Hickox, a nurse, recently returned to the United States from West Africa, where she treated Ebola victims. State authorities want her to avoid public places for 21 days -- the virus' incubation period. But Hickox, who has twice tested negative for Ebola, has said she will defy efforts to keep her quarantined at home.

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

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Paul Tripp Health Update

We are thankful to announce that Paul's condition has improved dramatically. His infection is almost clear, and his kidneys will fully recover without the need for any further treatment. While he must remain in the hospital for a few more days for continued observation, Paul is well on his way to a full recovery.


While the church today looks quite different than it did two thousand years ago, Christians share the same faith with the church fathers. Although separated by time and culture, we have much to learn from their lives and teaching. This … Learn More

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?

As Great Barrier Reef Ails, Australia Scrambles To Save It

The Great Barrier Reef — the world's largest living structure — generates some $5.6 billion a year in tourism revenue for Australia. But like many of the world's reefs, its future is in jeopardy. Climate change, invasive fish and pollution have killed off much of the reef.

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?

John Fund - Non-Citizens Are Voting

North Carolina features one of the closest Senate races in the country this year, between Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan and Republican Thom Tillis. So what guerrilla filmmaker James O’Keefe, the man who has uncovered voter irregularities in states ranging from Colorado to New Hampshire, has learned in North Carolina is disturbing. This month, North Carolina officials found at least 145 illegal aliens, still in the country thanks to the Obama administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, registered to vote. Hundreds of other non-citizens may be on the rolls.

The Butcher, the Baker, and the Biotech Maker

The interviews also give us a glimpse of God’s brilliant attributes and actions. An artist at our church points to God’s creativity, an accountant talks about God’s order, a pediatric oncologist reminds us that God will one day heal all wounds, and a handyman reflects God’s restoration. The one thing that really matters, of course, is the gospel—but because of the gospel, all things matter (Col. 1:15-23), including the work of the butcher, the baker, and the biotech maker.

God's Not Dead: God, Atheism, and Science

While Hitchen's maxim pretty much destroys all of your assertions, too often it is used as a panacea against all religious argument. Indeed, while it is inherently true, "anything that is introduced without evidence can be dismissed without evidence" doesn't mean that there is no evidence to support the atheistic world view. Virtually all of science refutes your wildly subjective claim: "Only the living God allows us to account for the logic, induction, and ethics required to make scientific discoveries." So as time and patience allows let me counter your premise point for point starting with your polemical attack on Sagan. Sagan is correct by declaring the cosmos is all that exists, we have considerable scientific evidence of that. IT EXISTS! There is not one shred of evidence that concludes it was created by a supernatural creator.. We also have understanding of how the universe expands and contracts that reasonably suggest how the universe or universes came into existence through dying stars, black holes and colliding galaxies. To assert otherwise is fallacious Post Hoc ergo Propter Hoc thinking.

The Light Shines on All Hallows’ Eve

All Hallows’ Eve is now all the more holy for also being Reformation Day. It is a day of profound thanksgiving for Christians, a day to “remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God” and to “consider the outcome of their way of life, and imitate their faith” (Hebrews 13:7). October 31 is not just a day for nighttime candy-collecting guising fun for children. It is a day for us to tell them the sweet gospel of the Light of the world and to help them remember our gospel forebears whose courageous stand on biblical truth is why we now know the gospel.

Glory Reorientation

Consider this illustration, as absurd as it might be. Imagine you and your family are driving to Disney World, and about 100 miles out, you see a sign for the resort complex. Because you see letters that spell Disney World, you pull the car over and have your vacation on the side of the road. What a wasted vacation! You never actually got to experience the true "glory" of Disney World because you stopped at the sign.

When We Don't Get A Happy Ending

As hard as it is to believe, these men had already had their happy ending. They had already discovered peace, redemption, resolution, purpose, and hope. They had already discovered these things years ago, not in circumstance, but in Christ. They did not need their earthly lives to continue on an upward trajectory because they knew they were on an eternal one instead. And how desperately I, and I suspect so many of us, need to reclaim this dynamic. We need to divorce our joy and peace from the ups and downs of our circumstances, the hectic EKG of success and failure, and plug them instead into the constant character of God.

Michael Brown - President Obama vs. Franklin Graham on Islam

During a 2009 interview on France’s Canal+TV channel that is just now being reported widely, President Obama claimed that Americans needed to be better educated on Islam and that, if we compute the total number of Muslims in America, we would be one of the biggest Muslim countries in the world.

What Led You To Become An Atheist? Some Surprising Answers | HeadHeartHand Blog

My reason for leaving Christianity and becoming more of an agnostic did start during high school and solidified during college. I was mainly lead there by much, much thinking along with some emotional reasons as mentioned above. My main idea is this; Everyone in life believes in any number of things, from numerous religions to science to the Universe, and so on. I grew up in Christianity and I looked at other religions. People of all religions firmly believe that their religion is the right one, and I believe that they feel a connectedness and passion just like Christians..if they weren’t getting something out of it, then why would they continue practicing that religion? I see many young Christians go on and join church merely because that’s what their family has always done, and/or their friends and family would view them as ‘lost’ or a ‘sinner’ having been raised ‘right’ and yet still leaving the Church. My life experiences have put me in touch with all sorts of people, and each one, Christian or not, were amazing people. They all have hopes, dreams, beliefs, traits that are beautiful and traits that are bad.


My earliest calling as a Christian was to be a preacher and a teacher of the word of God. I’ve spent my life studying the Scriptures and look forward to this new opportunity to share God’s word—in fact, to share it in a way that reflects both a serious study of its history, background, and theology, and also my desire to allow the Scriptures to shape my life.

Churches Should Shift Priorities From Defending to Re-teaching Marriage, Say ERLC Conference Panelists

He opined "I think one of the reasons why marriage has declined is because you do have some well-intentioned Millennials who have been through the trauma – and they'll use that word – trauma of divorce when they were kids who don't want to make that mistake. The irony is though they ramp up the romantic new definition of marriage in the process of trying to avoid that – so we're going to co-habitat ahead of time, we'll give this a trial run, we're going to post-pone and delay here until we're absolutely sure that whatever romantic longings and feelings we have for each other is going to be good enough to sustain us over the long haul. So instead of seeing that part of the divorce culture came about from this (romanticized) re-definition of marriage, they're actually clinging even fiercer to that redefinition as they're trying not to repeat the mistakes of their parents."

Social Media, Civil Discourse, and the Fear of Missing Out: A guest post by Amy Whitfield

Of even greater concern is mockery through which some of the darkest parts of our beings come out. I remember a time when I encountered a presentation from a Christian that had nothing with which I disagreed, but the presentation itself left something to be desired. We didn’t differ on truth, but rather on style. I looked at my phone and the Twitter stream was filled with jokes and sarcasm. My first instinct was to join in, because I wanted to be noticed; I wanted to be funny. Just like the desire to be part of a clique in high school, I wanted “the cool kids” to like me. And then, before I could type anything, one thought crept into the back of my mind: “What if this person looks at this stream? They will see fellow believers making fun, minimizing and maligning their offering, and I will be among the scornful.” I realized where my heart had gone, and I quickly put my phone down. I was disheartened and convicted that I had wanted to join the chatter. Sometimes I think we are so eager to be a part of something, to be accepted, that we will unite around our shared meanness without even seeing what we have done.

10 Reasons Why Friends and Family Struggle to Believe the Gospel

Christians can unknowingly or unintentionally hinder the Gospel by the way in which we share – such as sharing in a way that makes much of us rather than of Jesus or by taking a proud rather than a humble approach. I once led a seeker study for sincere people from another country and the Southeastern student leading with me often laughed at their questions or made their questions seem trivial and often tried to argue with them. This grieved me to my core. I once heard a UNC professor (Tim Muelhoff) who was making tremendous strides in sharing his faith with his faculty peers say, “Even if everything in you intellectually disagrees with another person, you can still find a way to affirm their emotions.” He would ask, “What has happened in your life to bring you to this point?” And often times they would share emotional experiences that helped him have compassion on them. Listening and caring builds trust and takes down walls. Also Christians can, sometimes with the best of intentions, try to force more theological concepts on an unbeliever than they are ready to grasp and sometimes do damage by not respecting them.

Rehana, Poster Girl for Kurdish Peshmerga, Alive and 'Fighting Fiercely,' After ISIS' Claims of Beheading Her

The woman, who went by the name Rehana, was seen as an image of hope in the city as it fought ISIS forces. An image of her giving the peace sign while dressed for battle went viral, making her an international symbol. Just two days ago, though, ISIS militants claimed to have captured Rehana and killed her by beheading. They sent photos of members holding her head high, alongside the ISIS flag.

Abraham Kuyper Goes Pop

T he statesman and theologian Abraham Kuyper is all but forgotten in his native Netherlands, but his reputation continues to flourish in the United States among Christians looking for better ways to imagine their role in Western society. They often come to Kuyper for his account of the “cultural mandate”—the biblical theme of responsibility for the world so often neglected in narrower versions of conservative Christianity. But they stay for Kuyper’s most distinctive contribution, his carefully developed account of culture’s “spheres,” each with its own features, functions, and significance. The family, government, science, art, education, and more are each essential. None can be reduced to the other, and each requires particular virtues and bequeaths us particular forms of flourishing.

How to Not Screw Up Your Life

We need to invest in time set apart for our own physical and spiritual health. Exercise keeps us sharp mentally, boosts our energy, and reduces the chances of getting a life-threatening disease. I try to do some form of exercise at least five days a week. Taking a day of rest, or Sabbath, each week reminds us to rest in the Lord’s all-sufficient grace and provision for our lives. It’s tough when there’s so much to do, but I try to make Fridays my Sabbath.

ERLC Conference Shifts From Compassionate to Judgmental, Says Same-Sex Marriage Activist (Interview)

While most within the Southern Baptist Convention applauded the opportunity to openly discuss how Christians should respond to the growing cultural and political acceptance of gay marriage during a three-day conference hosted by the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, most in the LGBT community tracking the event were not so pleased.

32 Do the genealogies of Jesus in Matthew and Luke contradict one another? - Christian Research Institute

Furthermore, Luke, writing to a primarily Gentile audience, extends his genealogy past Abraham to the first Adam, thus highlighting that Christ, the Second Adam, is the Savior of all humanity. Additionally, calling Adam “the son of God” (3:38) and strategically placing the genealogy between Jesus’ baptism and the desert temptation, Luke masterfully reveals Jesus as Theanthropos—the God–Man. It is also instructive to note that while Luke’s genealogy stretches from the first Adam to the second, only mountain peaks in the lineage are accounted for. Thus, it is impossible to determine how many years elapsed between the creation of Adam and the birth of Jesus. Matthew, writing to a primarily Jewish audience, emphasizes that Jesus Christ is the seed of Abraham and the legal heir of David, the long–awaited King of Israel who would ultimately restore his people from exile.

Why Nigerian Health Officials Turned to a Megachurch Pastor When Ebola Struck

Faith healers at times clash with the medical community. Nigerian pastor Ituah Ighodalo garnered criticism after claiming that God’s anointing, the words of Jesus, and the laying on of hands would cure Ebola. He later explained he was not trying to encourage physical contact with Ebola patients but attempting to highlight Jesus’ healing power.

Grace and Truth: Reflections on ERLC 2014

Southern Baptists are working through the reality of homosexuality. That is clear. But this should not be read to mean that we are giving up one inch of biblical teaching. We are not. If Jesus tarries, David Platt should have thirty years to lead the IMB. He is perhaps our most significant young leader. He is as rock-solid as they come on the doctrine of sexual complementarity. God has designed men and women for his glory; God has called men and women to distinct roles in the home and church. The SBC’s young leaders have learned from the older generation. We are not relinquishing biblical truth. Sexual complementarity will in fact be increasingly a part of our preaching and teaching as the culture embraces transgender identity.

Bringing Order Out of Chaos, One Dirty Job at a Time

I haven't always intuitively classified my work as image-bearing, but as I've thought about it, I've seen that bringing order out of chaos reflects the image of God. When I get to a job, it can be filthy everywhere. By the time I leave it, though, it's clean. I make clean what is filthy. We see God doing that all over the place in Scripture. In creation, he creates order out of chaos by speaking creation into existence. As sinners, he takes the chaos of our lives and makes order through Christ. At the end of a job, there's a great deal of satisfaction knowing that God has used the work of my hands to make clean and new what was once dirty.

Innovative Apologetics: How to Be An Effective Witness for Christ: Evangelism 101

Questions on Resurrection, Creation, Ghosts, and Multiverse

Dr. Craig answers a variety of questions he's received including Paul's word for "resurrection", the definition of "Creationist", the existence of ghosts, and the so-called "multi-verse."

Come Reason's Apologetics Notes: What Archaeology Cannot Tell Us About the Bible

Yesterday, I began to look at some ways the study of archaeology helps support and understand the Bible . Given that the Bible is a collection of sixty-six books written over 1500 years, the study of the past can provide unique insight into the narratives. In fact, so much of what the Bible talks about has been verified by archaeology, it has inspired William F. Albright to say: The excessive skepticism shown toward the Bible by important historical schools of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, certain phases of which still appear periodically, has been progressively discredited. Discovery after discovery has established the accuracy of innumerable details, and has brought increased recognition to the value of the Bible as a source of history.1 Because there have been so many finds that directly relate to the Bible, some Christians are keen to overreach on discoveries made just as some skeptics are equally keen to hurriedly disassociate archaeological finds of any biblical importance. Therefore, I'd like to look today at some of the limitations of archaeology.

Jesus Changes Everything

Podcasts like “The Briefing” by Al Mohler and “Let My People Think” by Ravi Zacharias play important roles in the life of the believer— instructing us on how we should think about this world and current events with a distinctly Christian worldview. Jesus Changes Everything is a welcome addition to this genre. Dr. Sproul Jr. has a masterful way of helping people think through theological concepts and the implications of our actions and the actions of others on the commands we have been given on how we should live as children of the King in this fallen age. I highly recommend this podcast as a daily primer which is able to help us put on the lenses of a Christian, enabling us to walk and talk in accord with the commands of our Lord.

When a Friendship With God Becomes Natural

Is there something today which is preventing you from accepting the love of God? Perhaps a bad religious experience, or maybe some misperceptions about God and His plan for you. The Lord is able to clear those things up in your mind once you meet Him and begin to interact with Him. You will speak to Him in prayer, and He will speak to you through His Word. It won't be an audible voice, and yet, you will come to know His presence and His leading. That's what happens for those who enter God's family. Without a relationship through faith in Christ however, the Bible feels like a "closed" book. It doesn't make sense. Not until you meet Jesus, your friend and Redeemer.

When Bible Movies Aren’t ‘Biblically Accurate.'

There’s no indication that Scott is a religious individual, so we should not hold him—or anyone else in Hollywood making Bible movies—to the same standards as we do Christian scholars or pastors. These movies aren’t biblical commentaries or sermons. They’re entertainment. They are stories told by professional storytellers concerned with tension, dialogue, character development, action and sub-plots, not documentaries about ancient texts.

'Duck Dynasty's Jep Robertson on Illness: 'I Thought I Was a Goner'

"I reached to get my bow and that's kind of the last I remember. I crumbled to the ground and they said that I had a seizure for five minutes," he told "Good Morning America." "I thought I was a goner. Waking up Thursday, I was looking around and asked [my wife] Jess, 'What are we doing in the hospital?' I had no idea what had happened four days before."

What a Christian Ethic Looks Like Outside

Pinchot summed up his ethic for the forests in the phrase “the greatest good to the greatest number for the longest time.” This implied three things: First, to not use available natural resources would be a waste. Second, in using them, waste must be prevented. Third, resources must be preserved and developed “for the benefit of the many, and not merely for the profit of a few.”

'God's Not Dead' Earns Two Prestigious Awards, Sequel Film in Development

During an upsurge in faith-based films in the theater, "God's Not Dead" won the coveted Dove Award in a category that included "Grace Unplugged," "Heaven Is For Real," "Son of God," and "When Calls The Heart." Furthermore, "God's Not Dead" also earned the Film Television Impact Award at this year's KLOVE Fan Awards in June.

Rick Santorum on Why We May Be 'One Generation Away' From Christian Persecution in America

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction," said Rick Santorum. "Every generation has to fight for it. We sort of feel that in America today with respect to what I think is the foundational freedom, the freedom of conscience, the freedom of religion. If you don't have the freedom of religion or the freedom of conscience than all these other freedoms really don't stack up to very much."

For the Glory of God

I believe this approach to relating the OT and NT is a bit too simplistic. Perhaps the NT authors have less to say about the particular forms of worship because they’re spending their time on something far more fundamental. They’re trying to help new covenant believers develop a Christ-centered lens through which they can understand all of life, including what God had been doing under the old covenant. Once this Christ-centered lens is in place, new covenant believers can figure out many of the specifics regarding worship forms on their own. Even where the NT doesn’t explicitly terminate OT forms, we must still take into consideration the Christ and kingdom dynamics that alter the way we read and interpret the entire OT and understand its fulfillment. Block uses this fuller principle in several places, but in my opinion doesn’t do so consistently throughout the book.

Christian Leader With Same-Sex Attraction Says Parents Must Show Love for Their Gay Children

Sharing his own story of becoming a Christian as a same-sex attracted man at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission's National Conference Tuesday, Moody Bible Professor Christopher Yuan revealed how Christian parents can best love their lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual children and guide them back to the Gospel.

Sabbath or Die? Church Planters Talk the Importance of Godly Rest at Leadership Conference

NEW YORK — The founder of New Life Fellowship Church in Queens, New York, pastor Pete Scazzaro said he knew that an 80-hour work week with no rest was one of the issues holding his church back, in the past, from experiencing change for the better.

Christians Urged to Gather on International Day of Prayer as Persecution Reaches Unprecedented Levels

Curry:  I think it's important considering all that has happened in the last year, from Iraq to Syria, to the issues of persecution in North Korea; that we have a time here in America to come together and pray as one body of believers for the people who are part of our family, who are persecuted. And so we are organizing the International Day of Prayer this weekend, and we are having a simulcast event where people can take part and pray, interview and talk with persecuted believers, just to rally our family around this idea that we want everybody to have the freedom to study the words of Jesus and decide for themselves if He really said who He said that He was.

Days Before She Takes Her Life, Cancer Victim Brittany Maynard Completes Bucket List; Survivor Tells Her 'Life Is Beautiful Always'

Brittany Maynard, the 29-year-old cancer-stricken woman determined to take her own life under Oregon's Death With Dignity Act on Nov. 1, celebrated the completion of her bucket list with a visit to the Grand Canyon in Arizona, as one survivor reminded her in a powerful video that "life is beautiful always."

51 Modern Witchcraft - Christian Research Institute
52 'Stoned' Street Preachers' Freedom Of Speech Case To Be Reviewed By US Appeals Court
53 Among the Mind Deniers: A Darwinist Mathematician Reflects on Philosophy
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55 11 Guilty Dogs Who Are Impossible to Get Mad At – Their Reaction to Being Bad is Adorable! (VIDEO)
56 Mark Labberton: This Is the Best of Times for Following Jesus
57 William Dembski on Materialism's "Tang Problem"
58 Zondervan Reformation Week eBook Sale Ends Sunday
59 Does God have a gender? - Christian Research Institute
60 Protein Folding: A Materialist's Nightmare
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62 Grace to You Blog
63 Kurdish Female Forces Are Fighting ISIS in Kobane to Protect the 'Rights of Women Everywhere'
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65 Timothy Brindle: Christianity and Hip-Hop (An Interview)
67 Connecticut School Accused of Racism After It Bans Nigerian-American Girl From Class Amid Ebola Fears
68 Nike's New Ad Is For the Lebron Fan In All of Us
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71 Brittany Maynard Delays Voluntary Suicide: 'It Doesn't Seem Like the Right Time Right Now'
72 Jim Geraghty - UPDATED: Registered Republicans Have 94,000 Vote Edge in Colorado's Early Vote
73 Bittersweet Memory Found After a Young Man Passes Away From a Rare Disease – His Secret Will Touch Your Heart!
74 Where Sin Increased, Grace Overflowed
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77 Chivalry Is Dead, Long Live Feminism
78 Paul – Apostle or Fraud (Part 10)
79 Answering Muslims: Study: 19 of 20 Worst Countries for Women Are Muslim-Majority Countries
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