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Weighing the Impact of California's New Physician-Assisted Suicide Law

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Can We Escape the Law of Non-Contradiction? - Stand to Reason Blog

3) I agree with you that there is no "law" of non-contradiction. The locution "law of non-contradiction", while in common usage and used, I think, with colloquial intent by Barnett, seems to commit one to some sort of "laws of thought" view: they are tools of the mind used by it in thinking and only mysteriously map on to reality. Taking this a step further we get an almost Kantian view:they are only laws of thought and don't necessarily map on to reality. A more ancient and persuasive view is held by Aristotle (and the host of those who follow him well into the modern era) in Metaphysics G: non-contradiction is not a law of thought; it is a fact about existence or being itself. Reality is structured such that contradictions are impossible; thought merely maps on to that structure. Call it a "law" if you like,although this seems to misleadingly suggest that it is a product of will or Will. It is indeed inviolable though as a baseline fact about existence itself (even God's existence), and thus about all existence. If this is one's view and is what one discovers about reality by both conceiving of it and experiencing it, it would seem that one is well within their epistemic rights to assert it. The burden, it would seem, is on those who deny that reality just is such as one reasons and experiences it to be.

Watch Rockapella Kind of 'Reunite' to Discuss ‘Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego’

If you were a kid in the '90s, finding Carmen Sandiego was even more important than finding Waldo. And you couldn't begin your journey around the world without first watching the a capella legends Rockapella sing the show's iconic theme song. Now 25 years later, the group got back together and talked about their absolutely, no-doubt most important work ever.

Watch the Alabama Shakes Kill It on Colbert

In case you need further evidence that the Alabama Shakes are one of rock ’n roll's most soulful artists, here is their latest performance on The Late Show. Equipped with a gospel-style organ and background vocals, the outfit played the restrained-but-powerful Sound & Color bonus-track “Joe.” Jimmy Fallon may have some of the best viral bits. Kimmel may do the best pranks. But no one can touch Colbert’s taste in music. You can read our latest interview with the Shakes here.

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The Gospel Coalition on the App Store

The Gospel Coalition is a fellowship of evangelical churches throughout North America deeply committed to: • renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ, • reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures, • and speaking and living for God in a way that clearly communicates to our age. The Gospel Coalition app features daily updates from leaders such as Tim Keller, Don Carson, Justin Taylor, Kevin DeYoung, and many other trusted voices who love God and the church of Jesus Christ. Our app includes much of what makes out website so popular: • biblically and theologically informed essays on the gospel and contemporary life; • video interviews on cutting-edge issues of concern in education, the family, biblical studies, and pastoral ministry; • blog posts from a diverse collection of writers; • reviews of the latest books on theology, history, counseling, and the Christian life; • and the latest links to news and commentary for church leaders. You’ll also find videos from our national conferences, featuring speakers such as John Piper, Alistair Begg, Matt Chandler, Mark Driscoll, Al Mohler, and many more.

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Mister Rogers TV Hall of Fame (Special Appearance by Jeff Erlanger) (1999)

Fred Rogers is inducted into the TV Hall of Fame. Jeff Erlanger, who appeared on Mister Rogers Neighborhood in 1981, surprises Rogers at this ceremony.

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How Friendships Change When You Become an Adult

“That is how friendships continue, because people are living up to each other’s expectations. And if we have relaxed expectations for each other, or we’ve even suspended expectations, there’s a sense in which we realize that,” Rawlins says. “A summer when you’re 10, three months is one-thirtieth of your life. When you’re 30, what is it? It feels like the blink of an eye.”

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The Christian Post on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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Design Should Matter More to Christians

As an architect, and someone interested and involved in various forms of art, I could never understand why Christian book covers, websites and other publications had to have the most disgusting graphic design ever. Great content and a true ministry deserves the best wrapping. I am not saying to judge everything by the first impression of it, but why not make that first encounter visually appealing and radiating a sense of excellence in the way it is presented? Fortunately there has been a great improvement in this field recently. Let us remember that everything God created was GOOD. He himself said so in Genesis. Also, everything God commanded Israel to build was very detailed and required top quality material and craftmanship. I believe our Jesus is a God of excellence and He is pleased in us being aware of every detail of what we do. We are also remembered in the New Testament to do everything "as if unto God himself". Heart is what matters most, and I believe it is not a disadvantage if our intent of doing good is shown outwardly.

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Time With God Shouldn’t Be a Chore

If being outside makes your soul come alive, set aside intentional time to connect with God in the great outdoors. The One who called the earth into existence is the same God who died on the crossbars of a tree to save us. The whole earth is full of God’s glory (Isaiah 6:3)—so go and encounter Him there. Sit by a river and meditate on Scripture. Go on a hike and let the beauty of the earth remind you of God’s beauty.

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Everyone who registers before March 1, 2016 will receive a registration package in the mail containing the wristband, which provides access to the conference. It is therefore important that the mailing address entered on the registration form is one that will be valid in March 2016 (e.g. students should not enter their home address if they will be away at school in March).

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What Is Reformation Day?

What is Reformation Day? It is the day the light of the gospel broke forth out of darkness. It was the day that began the Protestant Reformation. It was a day that led to Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Knox, and may other Reformers helping the church find its way back to God’s Word as the only authority for faith and life and leading the church back to the glorious doctrines of justification by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone. It kindled the fires of missionary endeavors, it led to hymn writing and congregational singing, and it led to the centrality of the sermon and preaching for the people of God. It is the celebration of a theological, ecclesiastical, and cultural transformation.

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15 Sadly Hilarious Christian Breakup Lines

@RELEVANT These words echoed in the room even though it was a whisper, "It's not you...it's God." (Rather than, "It's not you. It's me.")

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Take Halloween Captive

We betray the fullness of Christ’s power when we cower before the demonic façade of Halloween. Instead, take Halloween captive. Here are five ways to prepare your heart and home for advancing the gospel, dressed with the invincible power of God and his word.

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An Open Letter to Southern Baptists and Our Missionaries

If you have sensed God’s leading to return to the States, please know that we need you. Thus, I also pray another prayer for you: that God will help you to love the North American church. You come home to churches that aren’t always healthy. We struggle with doing evangelism, and we need work on making disciples. We spend more money on buildings than you can fathom. I suspect it would be easy for you to get frustrated with our churches, but I pray that won’t be the case. I pray you’ll love our churches with the same kind of love Paul expressed for the church at Corinth (1 Cor. 16:24) – a church that he also described as deeply flawed. I want you to love us because we desperately need your fire, your persistence, and your wisdom.

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Woman Who Killed Her Baby Has Conviction Overturned, Court Says Six-Day-Old Baby Isn’t a Person

A New York court recently ruled that a Long Island woman who killed her baby in a car accident cannot be convicted because her baby was not a person yet.

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Luther’s Ninety-five Theses: What You May Not Know and Why They Matter Today

Although the Ninety-five Theses doesn’t explicitly lay out a Protestant theology or agenda, it contains the seeds of the most important beliefs of the movement, especially the priority of grasping and applying the gospel. Luther developed his critique of the Roman Catholic Church out of his struggle with doubt and guilt as well as his pastoral concern for his parishioners. He longed for the hope and security that only the good news can bring, and he was frustrated with the structures that were using Christ to take advantage of people and prevent them from saving union with God. Further, Luther’s focus on the teaching of Scripture is significant, since it provided the foundation on which the great doctrines of the Reformation found their origin.

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3 Prayers We Need to Stop Saying

GIVE US FAVOUR I guess I disagree with this point the most because this is personally a prayer that I'm praying now. For me, this prayer isn't so straightforward as to say whether we are blessed by God or not. I mean, yes, I agree we are all already blessed by God. We can see it in His creations, in the life He's given us, the parents, the friends, even the fact that we know the Word. But is there not evidence in the bible where heaps of people request God for favour? If you google it, I'm sure you can find heaps of bible verses that say something along the lines of 'If I have found favour in your eyes Lord, grant me...'. I think this is a humbling prayer actually. That you request for something, but you acknowledge that it is still God's decision whether He wants to grant you this request. It's presenting your request, as Ben mentioned philippians, and also in other verses like Matthew 7:7-8 "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.

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Why Aren't Millennials Having Sex Anymore?

This is why sexual revolutions always turn out so boring. This is why the sterile, casual, condom-clad vision of sex in our culture is so dull. This is why pornography is so numbing to the soul. It is because, in the search for sexual excitement, men and women are not really looking for biochemical sensations or the responses of nerve endings. And, in fact, they are not ultimately even looking for each other. They are searching desperately, not for mere sex, but for that to which sex points–something they know exists but they just can’t identify. … They are looking to be part of an all-encompassing cosmic mystery. They are looking for a love that is stronger than death.

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The Behemoth

The Behemoth is a small magazine about a big God and his big world. From the editors of Christianity Today , this ad-free, digital biweekly aims to help people behold the glory of God all around them, in the worlds of science, history, theology, medicine, sociology, Bible, and personal narrative.

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China Scraps One-Child Policy

"Instituting a two-child policy will not end forced abortion, gendercide, or family planning regulations in China," said Littlejohn in a statement. "Couples will still have to have a birth permit for the first and the second child, or they may be subject to forced abortion.... It's the fact that the government is setting a limit on children, and enforcing this limit coercively. That will not change under a two-child policy."

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5 Keys to Surviving a Breakup

Getting over things is easy, or keeping busy also, but feeling, identifying the emotion and dealing with why you feel that way is difficult and requires maturity and maturity as a Christian. God did say we should make peace with each other, be kind, merciful, compassionate, slow to anger and most of all loving. Revelation Chapter 3 says the church will reject things that would otherwise make them Godly. Your heart and mind needs to be renewed by God, therefore the mature approach is to ask for forgiveness where you've hurt someone. Figure out why you acted like you did. Don't run away from healing and healing your ex, be an example for the world. However if your ex was abusive it's often best to stay away from such people.

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How to Disagree About Heated Issues

But some issues carry more weight. Think about the world right now and you won’t have to look far: Gun control. Gay marriage. Planned Parenthood. The 2016 election. The heavier the issue, the more passion we tend to have for it. And that’s a good thing! We should have passion for the things we really care about. But there are always people on the other side of the debate, and no matter how strongly we feel about an issue, there’s a right and wrong way to engage with those who disagree with us.

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Reformation Day: Jesus Came Knocking

If Jesus is knocking on our door, let us welcome him in fully that we may eat with him and he with us (Revelation 3:20). Accepting his unsurpassed invitation to joy through repentance and reformation may be the greatest way to celebrate Reformation Day.

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Cross Examined

The Cross Examined App features inspiring content from author and apologist Dr. Frank Turek, president of CrossExamined.Org . Featuring a "Quick Answers" section that helps you respond to popular objections to Christianity, the Cross Examined blog, speaker schedule, and radio recordings- this app can help you grow and defend the faith. Share your discoveries via Twitter, Facebook or email. WiFi internet is required for iPod touch. For more information about Cross Examined, please visit: www.crossexamined.org The Cross Examined app was developed with the Subsplash App Platform.

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The Gospel Coalition on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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What Spiritual Growth Really Looks Like

I use the illustration of a college student having his or her tuition fees, books and meals paid for. However, nobody is going to go the cafe and get your food for you. It’s already made available to you, but you gotta go, and then use your meal ticket that’s been paid for and go in, and if you want some cereal, you’ve got to pull the lever that releases the cereal into the bowl. Sanctification is the same way. Everything’s already provided for us, the issue is we have to connect to the ways in which God releases the things He has for us in relation to spiritual growth.

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Pop Quiz for Potential World Leaders (David Wood)

http://www.answeringmuslims.com Since our current leaders may be a lost cause, we may need to look to the future of Western leadership. Here's David Wood's pop quiz for potential leaders.

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Why “God’s Not Dead” Resonated, and What It Missed

With that being said, we should prepare our kids to be students in college settings where there faith is to be challenged. But I never taught my kids to expect the antagonism that the star of the movie did. That would make them too vigilant for their own good. In addition, the biggest challenge for Christians on campus is not the intellectual challenge of apologetics, it is the difference in the morals and way of life between what is acceptable for Christians and what isn’t. In addition, as I’ve seen in my kids, another issue is that kids are being taught to be more thing-oriented than we were through the use of an ever growing technology used in social media as well as other things.

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Chuck Colson Was Not a Culture Warrior

Colson’s time in jail was not easy. The air was foul. At night, many fellow convicts struggled to sleep. He watched as inmates fought one another to no purpose, and he struggled to experience spiritual health in this deadened environment. In January 1975, Colson received incredible news: He was released from jail. He returned to everyday life and puzzled at his future. As he prayed, Colson could not shake an emerging, and surprising, conviction. He felt that he should launch an effort to help prisoners. You could say it like this: As soon as he got out of prison, Chuck Colson went right back in.

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A Sitcom About Living Biblically Is in Development

What would it be like to literally live as biblically as possible for an entire year? The premise will soon be explored in a TV comedy from the new production company founded by The Big Bang Theory ’s Johnny Galecki (Leonard). The show is based on a 2007 experiment from author A.J. Jacobs—chronicled in his book A Year of Living Biblically , as well as a RELEVANT cover story —in which the agnostic humor writer attempted to follow every command of the Bible as literally as possible for 365 consecutive days. By “literally as possible,” we do mean as literally as possible: This includes dressing, eating, talking, grooming and socializing only as the Bible specifies. There’s no word yet on a release date for the show.

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Frank Turek on Twitter

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Crossway on Twitter

Happy Reformation Day! Here's some wisdom from Luther on preaching: http://cway.to/1LRQN5P  pic.twitter.com/cqHNmEnNmq

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Christmas Starts with Christ ‐ Premier premier

Christmas Starts with Christ  is a campaign aimed at helping churches to make Christ and the amazing story of his birth the focus of the nation’s favourite time of year. Our vision is for the message “Christmas starts with Christ” to be visible amongst the busy-ness of the season, to act as a reminder that although there are many ways that we mark the celebration, Christ is the true meaning.

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The Seminary of Suffering

Christ said to the suffering apostle, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Paul responded to this: “Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me. For the sake of Christ, then, I am content with weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions, and calamities. For when I am weak, then I am strong” (2 Corinthians 12:9–10).

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Gunman kills 3 in downtown Colorado Springs shooting spree, police say

Officers were responding to a report of shots being fired when they spotted a suspect matching the description of the person they were trying to find, Colorado Springs police Lt. Catherine Buckley said. The suspect opened fire, and police fired back, she said.

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J.P. Moreland lectures on "Love Your God With All Your Mind"

My friend Shawn was telling me just last week that one of the speakers from Stand to Reason told him that if he had not read the “Love Your God With All Your Mind” book, then he could not be a real Christian apologist. Exaggeration? Maybe. But why take that chance?

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Five reasons why the multiverse is not a good explanation for cosmic fine-tuning

This Explanation Requires Fine-Tuning If there is a multiverse vacuum capable of such creative activity, it would be reasonable for us to ask how the physics of such an environment could be so fine-tuned to create a life-permitting universe. As Oxford philosopher Richard Swinburne observes, any proposed multiverse mechanism “needs to have a certain form rather than innumerable possible other forms, and probably constants too that need fine-tuning in the narrow sense . . . if that diversity of universes is to result.” Theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking, when assessing “eternal inflation” models as a source for the multiverse, admits the same problem of fine-tuning: “The problem is, for our theoretical models of inflation to work, the initial state of the universe had to be set up in a very special and highly improbable way. Thus traditional inflation theory resolves one set of issues but creates another—the need for a very special initial state.”

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Don’t Waste Your Life on Bad Books

When you browse each resource you’ll see whether others in our community like it and why. Hubworthy makes it simple for you and your church or ministry to likewise set up individual and group bookshelves. You can easily upload books you recommend in a sermon, link to guides for one-on-one discipleship, and generally help other believers know what God has used to form you. All the while your ministry will raise money through your personal bookshelf. Hubworthy has offered a special discount code for The Gospel Coalition community to get 20 percent off your first 12 months, whether you pay monthly or yearly. Just enter the code  TGC20  at the end of the sign-up process .

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What You Need to Know About the Recent Violence Between Israel and Palestine

The right Christian framework on this is really to go deeper in a serious way. Peacemaking can’t be disconnected from how messed up the world is, and from the hard issues that create conflict and violence and hatred. It’s serious, gritty stuff if you try to engage it at that level. I’m not suggesting we need to be on the ground trying to broker peace between the Israelis and Palestinians as American Christians. There are people there, Israelis and Palestinians, who do understand the things that make for peace and are trying to do those things—and those are the folks we need to listen to, learn about their work and give voice to them. They’re the ones who ultimately can show us the way out of the cycles of revenge that we’re in right now.

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We Are Committed to God's Glory Alone

Come together to remember the burning truths of the Reformation, apply its spirit of protest to our times, and take courage for life and ministry. Come together for 10 main session talks, 9 breakout sessions, 10 gatherings, and 3 pre-conferences (live Spanish and deaf translations available). T4G 2016: April 12-14, Louisville, KY.

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The Reformation: Trick or Treat?

It’s no accident that October 31 is both Halloween and the day remembered for the start of the Reformation. Both key off November 1, All Saints’ Day — or All Hallows’ Day (Hallows from the Old English for saints or holy ones).

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RZIM Canada

It was my privilege to attend the superbly organized Canadian RZIM Summer School at Trinity Western University this July. The conference brought together a team of gifted and diverse presenters and enthusiastic attendees who spanned a wide age range, dominated by students and recent graduates. God took this mix of people and spoke to them through His Word, worship, prayer and fellowship on how we might better understand our times and our calling. The topics were extremely relevant. I particularly appreciated the personal stories of how God worked in the lives of the presenters. Despite the dense and rich content, there was time for reflection, prayer, and opportunity for developing friendships. Overall, this was one of the most significant and cohesive conferences that I have ever been to.

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C.S. Lewis Institute on Twitter

November 13, we'll be streaming a talk by Dr. Gary Habermas on the Case for the Resurrection http://cslewisinstitute.org/live  pic.twitter.com/ebTpMl2t4P

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Laughing At, Or Laughing With?

Are we as audiences sensitive enough to the glorious contradictions of our fellow humans—the dignity mixed with foolishness—to see documentaries like these and respond appropriately? Sometimes it seems highly unlikely. At the same film festival where I saw Finders Keepers , I also caught Nick Broomfield's chilling documentary Tales of the Grim Sleeper , about a serial killer who, through police negligence, carried on his gruesome murders of African-American women for thirty years in Los Angeles. In his films, Broomfield appears as a character, investigating events while putting himself in the story. Over the course of his sleuthing, Broomfield strikes up a friendship with Pam, a prostitute who knew many of the murdered women. Like Shannon Whisnant, Pam fills every scene with her verve and charisma. Like Shannon, she often rattles off humorous turns of phrase. Given Tales of the Grim Sleepers' higher narrative stakes, however, the question of when to laugh becomes even knottier. Unfortunately a good chunk of the audience I saw the film with gave little consideration to these subtleties, and roared with laughter nearly every time Pam opened her mouth—including during several emotionally charged moments during which Pam described lost friends.

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NBA on Twitter

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New study: legalizing physician-assisted suicide increases suicide rates

[T]he October issue of the Southern Medical Journal included a study examining the correlation between legalizing physician-assisted suicide and the overall suicide rate. The study, “How Does Legalization of Physician-Assisted Suicide Affect Rates of Suicide?”, contradicts the notion that legalizing assisted suicide would reduce the total number of suicides by helping people cope with their declining condition.

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Naturalism Fails

Let us try to understand this: Out of the physical comes the non – physical namely minds, beauty, emotions and moral values. So the conclusion is that ‘physical gave rise to non-physical’.

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God, Time, and Relativity: William Lane Craig's Lecture at PhysPhil Conference 2012

For more information and resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org Dr William Lane Craig recently lectured on "God, Time, & Relativity: Exploring the Mutual Implications of Relativity Theory and Conceptions of Divine Eternity" at the PhysPhil Conference at St Andrews on Tuesday, September 11th 2012. The day was divided into talks and discussions on the subject of space and time, the strange world of quantum mechanics, and the relationship between metaphysics and the physical sciences. Spanning the worlds of physics, philosophy, and philosophical theology, this turned out to be a very stimulating interdisciplinary conference. Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: http://www.youtube.com/drcraigvideos 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/reasonablefaith

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Ole Miss Takes Down Its State Flag Because of Confederate Battle Emblem

Earlier today, the University of Mississippi removed the Mississippi state flag from its campus because of the banner's Confederate battle emblem. The university’s interim chancellor, Morris Stocks, announced his decision only after the flag was gone and placed in Ole Miss archives. For a long time, the state flag flew just under Old Glory near the university’s administration building.

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Understanding Radical Islam

Dr. Brown speaks on Radical Islam at Grace Chapel in Franklin Tennessee. March 1, 2015.

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A Heartbreaking Letter From Indonesia

DR. CRAIG: In terms of her own faith, she needs to be constant in her personal devotional life, Bible reading and prayer, worship of God in a meaningful corporate environment, Christian fellowship, sharing honestly and openly with other Christians about the struggles that she is going through. She shouldn’t try to cut herself off from these resources in the way that her friend does who now apparently has ceased to go to church and is withdrawing from the Christian community that can be a source of emotional strength to get through this. The person who wrote this letter needs to keep in touch with the Christian community and to keep up her devotional and spiritual life in order to make it through this difficult trial. [6]

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WHO: We Never Said People Need to Stop Eating Bacon

A spokesperson told the Irish Times , “We’re not saying stop eating processed meats altogether. Do not cut out meat completely as it has nutrients. But we do not want to do anything to excess. Research indicates reducing your consumption of processed meats can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer.” They said that comparing bacon and red meat to something like tobacco isn’t accurate, explaining, “no level of tobacco is safe.” According to their latest statement , they are simply saying that “reducing consumption of these products can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer.” So, essentially, they are just telling something that everyone is already very well aware of: Eating too much processed meat is bad, but moderation is fine. We should have never doubted the wisdom of Ron Swanson in the first place.

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Jesus and Logical Fallacies: The Genetic Fallacy | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes

Technology can be a great tool and certain technological achievements have made huge impacts on humanity. The printing press helped usher in the Renaissance and the steam engine fueled the Industrial Revolution. With the advent of the Internet, humanity has entered into the Information Age 1 , one which pundits lauded as a golden time where an explosion in knowledge would help more people to become more intelligent. However, as anyone who has engaged in an online debate will tell you, that isn't necessarily the case. There's a whole lot of junk out there as well, and it takes a thoughtful person to sift through the arguments. One mistake I see constantly is a person who rejects any religious claim and asserts that a certain proposition must be right because it is scientific. Such people ridicule religious thought as "ancient" or "superstitious" because it is old or simply part of a traditional faith culture.  Scientists are the ones who really know; and we need to trust them because they are the unbiased discoverers of truth. Such charges are nonsense.

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54 Who Is This Son of Man? 
A Review of My Debate with Dr. Bart Ehrman (Part 1)
55 Adhering to the Book of Concord: "In So Far As" or "Because" it agrees with Scripture?
56 Report: More than 100 Dead Following Massive Earthquake in Afghanistan
57 1517: Glory to the Holy One Concert (Saint Andrew's Chapel)
58 George Osborn // Saved from Certain Death // The Profile
59 Fashioning Justice
60 Why Should Christianity Be Privileged Over Other Religions?
61 The Roger Wagner Chorale - A Mighty Fortress is Our God
62 "God is Able to Keep You " A Chapel Message Presented by H. B. Charles, Jr.
63 Stephen Colbert and Chance the Rapper Are Releasing a Song They Made Together
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65 Is Morality Grounded In Self-Preservation?
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73 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
74 Living with food allergies and longing for heaven
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