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Stand on Your Head for Joy: New Sermon from Reformation Sunday

The Bible gives us a rock-solid foundation for our hope in Jesus. Its pages sparked the Reformation and will continue to guide us long as we give it the primary place of authority.

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Martin Luther at the Movies | Think Christian

A mini-festival in honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.

The Church needs to reclaim Halloween. Here’s how you can do it - Premier Christianity

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What Is the Meaning of Life? - Tracts

What is the purpose of our existence? Is it simply to have a good job, build a family, and enjoy life? Is that all there is? Certainly not. We’re made for so much more. Your purpose is to know God. After we die, the Bible says we’ll face God as our Judge. Have you ever rebelled (sinned) against God? Examine yourself by God’s Law, the Ten Commandments. Have you ever told a lie? Ever stolen (the value is irrelevant)? Jesus said, “Whoever looks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” In God’s courtroom, our sins are very serious crimes. They’re so evil that the just punishment is death and eternity in a terrible place called Hell. The Bible says that God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked. He is rich in mercy and provided a Savior: “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” Jesus Christ died on the cross, paying the death penalty for sinners. He then rose from the dead three days later, defeating death. Hundreds saw Him after His resurrection; it’s no fairy tale. Jesus fulfilled all the prophecies about the promised Savior, written in the Holy Scriptures hundreds of years before His birth. Religious rites, sacred traditions, or attending church can’t save you. Salvation is a free gift of God that you can’t earn. To know God and have your sins forgiven, do what the Bible says: repent and believe. Trust in Jesus as you’d trust in a parachute —don’t just “believe” it can save you, put it on and cling to it with all of your being. Wholeheartedly commit yourself to following Christ, and turn your back on sin. Then show your gratitude by obeying His command to be baptized. Be sure to also join a Christian church and read the Bible daily. God will never let you down.

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Reformation 500 Celebration & Resource Giveaway

You’re invited to join us for a live online event with Sinclair Ferguson, Stephen Nichols, Burk Parsons, R.C. Sproul, and Derek Thomas as we celebrate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his Ninety-Five Theses to the Castle Church.

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Martin Luther - Eric Metaxas

500 years ago, on October 31st, a young monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the Wittenberg church door and changed the world. If someone played their cards right, they could parlay that fact into impressive book sales. But it would have to be someone famous for writing biographies of notable Christians, preferably someone with a large platform. Hmm, who could pull that off? 

Reformation 500 Celebration & Resource Giveaway

You’re invited to join us for a live online event with Sinclair Ferguson, Stephen Nichols, Burk Parsons, R.C. Sproul, and Derek Thomas as we celebrate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his Ninety-Five Theses to the Castle Church.

Reformation 500 Celebration & Resource Giveaway

You’re invited to join us for a live online event with Sinclair Ferguson, Stephen Nichols, Burk Parsons, R.C. Sproul, and Derek Thomas as we celebrate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his Ninety-Five Theses to the Castle Church.

Real Stories... Christians and Halloween (part 2)

On Halloween, as the public’s attention turns toward the world of the paranormal and “spirits,” one SES graduate (class of 2011), a former astrologer, uses what she learned at SES to help Christians defend against New Age beliefs and to educate those flirting with the paranormal.

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A Prayer of Thanks for the Reformation and its Reformers

Lord, we are eternally grateful to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. We thank you for that providential and courageous and monumental hour in history and that we are reaping its triumphant benefits to this very day. We thank you for the unflinching audacity of those who would not back down from Pope, prelate or the devil himself.

Group nails 95 new theses on 500th anniversary of Reformation - Premier

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Here He Stood: Martin Luther (1483–1546)

Luther would not be married for another twenty years — to Katharina von Bora on June 13, 1525 — which means he lived with sexual temptations as a single man till he was 42. But “in the monastery,” he said, “I did not think about women, money, or possessions; instead my heart trembled and fidgeted about whether God would bestow his grace on me.” His all-consuming longing was to know the happiness of God’s favor. “If I could believe that God was not angry with me,” he said, “I would stand on my head for joy.”

What Made Luther a Lutheran? | The Stream

After taking his master’s degree, Luther was prepared to begin the study of law. Until this juncture in his life, he had been precisely fulfilling his father’s expectations, and now, by entering the study of law, he would take the final step toward becoming a lawyer. But perhaps something about having arrived at this point gave him pause. Perhaps the finality of it struck him. But whether the idea to enter a monastery had ever been in his head, as we guess it must have been, it must have been jarred loose to swim into his ken at this juncture. In any case, the mythic notion that his idea of entering the monastery was exclusively delivered by a lightning bolt from the sky near Stotternheim can hardly be the whole story. Like much else in the more fanciful and idealized versions of his life, it is far more folk legend than fact. That one day he was fear stricken and blurted a vow, and by some powerful sense of obligation decided to see it through, can hardly be the whole truth.

Does Christian Hypocrisy Undermine the Reasonability of the Faith? | Oklahoma Apologetics Alliance

Hypocrisy is one of the biggest challenges to the Christian faith? Sean responds with both compassion and reason.

What Martin Luther and Donald Trump Have in Common | The Stream

Sir, I do not understand why you are lionizing Trump. As far as I can tell there is no good reason to do so except that he nominally stands against the dems. This is enough in a presidential election, particularly one where his opponent was at least equally onerous to gain a vote, but let us not pretend he is more than that. He is a marginally better alternative to democrats who would persecute Christians as hard as they could get away with but he is not a great man of faith and it is I think inside to count him in our corner. We Should look at him as he is, our current best alternative. Much as a sleeping bag is better than bare stone, but certainly not as good as a decent bed.

One Day at a Time: Trusting God with My Incurable Disease

My mom’s disease awakened me to the Lord. I can honestly say that if not for this disease in my family, I may have never come to faith in Christ. And even since turning to Christ (about fifteen years ago), I can see how the Lord has used the disease to continue to sharpen and purify my faith in him. I believe with all my heart that the Lord was sovereign over all of these things. Even something as seemingly “terrible” as an incurable disease is still ordained by our good God who works out everything for the good of those who love him (Romans 8:28).

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Halloween is not a threat. It’s an opportunity. Join us in making much of God and making the most of Halloween and Reformation Day .

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Philippians 1:15–18: Four Ways to Defend the Gospel

Peter charges us to be ready in season and out of season to give a defense of the hope that is in us. In this lab, Pastor John prepares us with four ways to give a defense when the time comes.

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WATCH: CNN Falsely Claims That Terrorist Said “God Is Great” Instead Of “Allahu Akbar”

CNN falsely reported on Tuesday that the Islamic terrorist who attacked and murdered innocent civilians in New York City shouted, “God is Great,” instead of what he is alleged to have actually said: “Allahu Akbar.”

Jihad Returns to New York City

New York City is reeling from the terrorist attack our leaders are powerless to stop. In support of ISIS, Sayfullo Saipov, who immigrated to the United States from Uzbekistan, rented a truck from Home Depot. On October 31, 2017, he drove the truck down a Manhattan bicycle path and plowed it into a crowd of people before crashing into a bus. As usual, politicians and reporters are convinced that the attack had nothing to do with Islam, Islamic terrorism, the Quran, or Muhammad's teachings. In this video, David Wood discusses the insanity. Here's David's original "Understanding Vehicular Jihad" video: PATREON: TWITTER: FACEBOOK: MINDS: WEBSITE:

6. Should Christians Participate on Halloween?

The One Minute Apologist explains the origins and facts of Halloween, as well as what it means to participate.

A Reminder From Eugene Cho to Avoid Racist Halloween Costumes This Year and Every Year

Eugene Cho is the senior pastor of Quest Church and the founder of a global poverty initiative called One Day’s Wages. He’s also frequently been a compelling voice for Christians to take the cancer of American racism seriously, and he’s ready to call people out racially insensitive Halloween costumes.

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You Cannot Guarantee Your Child’s Godliness

He made metal idols for the false god Baal (2 Chronicles 28:2). He made sacrifices and offerings to foreign gods “on the high places and on the hills and under every green tree” (2 Chronicles 28:4) — all over the land that God had promised and given his people. When God sent waves of enemies against the nation because of her sin, Ahaz ran to Assyria, and not God, for help (2 Chronicles 28:16–18). He even stole from the temple to bribe the Assyrian king (2 Chronicles 28:21). Then he destroyed the vessels for worship, slammed and locked the doors of the temple, and made altars all over Jerusalem where he worshiped the gods of the nation’s conquerors (2 Chronicles 28:22–25).

Pope Francis Offers Mind-Blowing Deals On Indulgences For Reformation Day

A crazed-looking Pope Francis ran an infomercial throughout the day Tuesday, marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by offering hourly lightning deals on high-quality, official indulgences granted by the Roman Catholic Church.

What to Do When Ministry Jobs Are Scarce

What can we pastors do to protect ourselves from unexpected unemployment? Every pastor should have a plan. Fortunately, there are many strategies we can employ. Here are three ways you can thrive in a volatile ministry market.

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Got Karma? Misses and Misuses

Also, one must ask, on what values or standards is karma based? It is based on the values found in Hindu teachings, which are diverse and complex. Hinduism is not one monolithic religion but rather a network of wide and multifarious beliefs depending on from which particular texts, gurus, sects, schools of thought, or region of India they stem. Also, each Hindu can choose which deity they prefer as a main deity (the one god is believed to appear as numerous deities). In New Age beliefs, teachings on karma can vary according to the one teaching it.

36 Alumni Academy: The Reformation (add on to Here We Stand conference)

As an Alumnus or general attendee of "Here We Stand", you are invited to join us for an exclusive conference addition taught by Dr. Mohler, Dr. Haykin, and Dr. Jones. This Academy will be from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., immediately following the formal close of the "Here We Stand" conference on Thursday, November 2nd.

MUSLIM - What You Need to Know About the World's Fastest Growing Religion

Is Islam a peaceful and tolerant religion? For all the debate over Islam and its growing presence in the world, one thing is often overlooked: Islam is not a religion in the sanitized Western sense. It is, in contrast, an all-encompassing sociopolitical legal matrix that has bred a worldview antagonistic to anything but itself. While there may be millions of peaceful and tolerant Muslims, many of them our neighbors, the religion of Islam itself is hardly peaceful and tolerant. In the new book, MUSLIM: What You Need to Know about the World’s Fastest Growing Religion, Hank Hanegraaff, president of the Christian Research Institute, explores the history and teachings of Islam in accessible and memorable fashion. Based on years of primary research, this eye-opening book examines the following topics: •The true story of the life of Muhammad, detailed by authoritative Islamic sources • How Islam—one billion six hundred million strong and growing—is poised to fill the vacuum left by a Western culture in demographic decline •The grave specter of Islamic jihadism exacting mass genocide on Christians in the East and ever-multiplying terrorist attacks throughout the West.

Why Understanding Christianity Destroys the 'One God Less' Argument - A Clear Lens

So often people assert that all gods and religions are the same. Yet, this can’t be farther from the truth. Ravi Zacharias once stated , “All religions are not the same. People say they’re fundamentally the same; superficially different. Actually, they’re fundamentally different and at best superficially similar!” The God of the Bible is unique among the world’s plethora of deities to choose from. Unlike the others, God has entered into history, the prophecies of His prophets have come true, and He is a relational God. These just a few of the ways the Holy One Of Israel stands head and shoulders above all other gods.

In ‘Stranger Things 2,’ No One Is Safe from Trauma’s Haunting

While Will’s experience of trauma plays out in dark, theatrical ways, Eleven’s story almost seems like the real-life explanation for Will’s metaphorical one. It’s not until the last episode that Eleven and the rest of the gang are reunited, and until that point, her story runs parallel to theirs. Eleven’s circumstances are certainly extraordinary—but dealing with childhood neglect and abuse are unfortunately not nearly as unusual. Watching her navigate the effects of her trauma leads us to the most gutturally heart-wrenching moments of the season. She and Hawkins police chief Hopper awkwardly (and violently) hash out their past hurts and losses as they learn to love and care for each other, and her dramatic rescue of the gang at the last minute comes as a result of her own difficult path towards healing.

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Why Does My New Testament Quote the Old Testament Incorrectly?

Have you ever been reading in the New Testament and read a passage where Paul or Matthew, or another writer, quotes from the Old Testament, and you turn to the passage in your Old Testament only to find that it doesn’t sound anything like that?  I certainly have.  For many years that puzzled me, and I have little doubt that it might puzzle you too.  Perhaps you’ve just been told that it’s because they used the Septuagint (Greek Old Testament) in Jesus’ day.  While this is certainly true, a little more information might help you come to terms with some of the differences you find and how you can explain them to others.

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Astros Pastor: ‘You’re Playing for the Lord’

Trust, especially with the Spanish-speaking players, is so critical. They do come from circumstances that sometimes are not healthy. They’ve seen a lot of things in these places in Latin America—Venezuela, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic. I’ve even talked with guys from Nicaragua, and Mexico, of course. They don’t know what you’re like and what you’re going to talk about, so it’s very important to be real clear with them off the bat. That trust grows throughout the season.

God's Crime Scene for Kids: Investigate Creation with a Real Detective

Product Description In this companion to Cold-Case Christianity for Kids, Jason uncovers a mystery in his grandmother's attic. He and his friends, Hannah, Daniel and Jasmine, enlist the help of Detective Jeffries at the Jr. Detective's Academy. Along the way, they develop the skills needed to investigate the mystery and the evidence of God's existence. The cadets learn logical-thinking skills as they examine the contents of a mysterious box and the vast universe. In God's Crime Scene for Kids , real-life detective J. Warner Wallace shows kids ages 8 to 12 what skills are needed to solve Jason's mystery, and at the same time looks at evidence in the universe that demonstrates God is the creator. Ultimately, kids will learn how to make their own case for God's existence.

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Is the Reformation Still Relevant?

Five hundred years ago, on October 31, 1517, Martin Luther posted his “blog” to the door of the local church. The words and concepts have since been shared millions of times, and began what is now called the Reformation. But are his rebellious writings still relevant?

Pastor Says Millennials Have almost ‘Completely Lost the Knowledge of God’

A Christian pastor recently said that the majority of millennials do not have a Christian worldview and society is “on the verge of having a generation that has completely lost the knowledge of God.”

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Together for the Gospel

David Platt is the president of the International Mission Board (IMB) and Founder of Radical. Prior to the IMB, he served as the senior pastor of The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Alabama for eight years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism (A.B.J.) from the University of Georgia, and a Master of Divinity (M.Div.), Master of Theology (Th.M.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He is author of Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream and other books including Counter Culture, Radical Together, and Follow Me. David practices what he preaches through his travel nationally and internationally, teaching from God’s Word in churches, seminaries, the underground church, or even under a shade tree in Africa or Latin America. He married his wife, Heather, in 1999 and they are parents of four children.

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