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Come Reason's Apologetics Notes: Science versus its evil twin: Scientism

One of the difficulties Christians face in defending their faith today is this misplaced elevation of science above everything else . I've had conversation with people who, like the trident chewing gum ad, think that if a majority of scientists hold a view then that somehow provides evidence for that view being correct. They believe this even if the point we're discussing is not a point of science! They claim that science is the only way we can know truth and if a claim doesn't have its basis in science then it's either not knowable or not worth discussing . Those who claim that science is the only way to find truth remind me of actors cast in a 1950's b-grade movie, a flickering sci-fi tale where our hero (science) is replaced by his evil twin, intent on ruling the world. All those in the film who should know better continue to mistake the twin for the original, even though signs are clearly there to tell the two apart. The name of this evil twin is scientism, and while it may look like science on the surface, all the signs are there to prove that it's nothing like science at all.

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If Christianity is true why do Christians behave so badly

Critics of Christianity, when pointing out some kind of reprehensible act committed by Christians, tend to get the response “Well they weren’t really Christians. A REAL Christian wouldn’t do that.” This is understandably frustrating, as it seems that Christians keep moving the marker so that they can never be pinned down. However, “Christian” is just a label that anyone may apply to themselves. If that label has no objective standards against which the person may be judged, then the term becomes meaningless. One cannot accuse a so-called “Christian” of doing something that indicts Christianity as a system of belief if there is no standardized system to be believed.

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Martin Rees: 'We shouldn't attach any weight to what Hawking says about god'

On the need to confront the big environmental problems facing us in the 21st century, he parts company with his friend and colleague Stephen Hawking, who famously once said that humans will have to colonise distant planets if they are to survive. "I think that's an an ill-thought through statement and we have to bear in mind that there is nowhere we know about in our own Solar System that is even as hospitable as the top of Everest or the South Pole. The problems of the Earth must be solved here on the Earth and we must not divert attention from that necessity," Lord Rees said. He is equally scathing about Hawking's more recent comments about there being no need for God in order to explain creation. "Stephen Hawking is a remarkable person whom I've know for 40 years and for that reason any oracular statement he makes gets exaggerated publicity. I know Stephen Hawking well enough to know that he has read very little philosophy and even less theology, so I don't think we should attach any weight to his views on this topic," he said.

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New Poll Finds Evangelicals’ Favorite Heresies

No doubt, phrases like “only begotten Son” (John 3:16) and “firstborn of all creation” (Col. 1:15) have led others in history to hold these views, too. In the fourth century, a priest from Libya named Arius (c.250–336) announced, “If the Father begat the Son, then he who was begotten had a beginning. … There was a time when the Son was not.” The idea, known as Arianism, gained wide appeal, even among clergy. But it did not go unopposed. Theologians Alexander and Athanasius of Alexandria, Egypt, argued that Arius denied Christ’s true divinity. Christ is not of similar substance to God, they explained, but of the same substance.

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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.

6 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

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

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New Poll Finds Evangelicals’ Favorite Heresies

No doubt, phrases like “only begotten Son” (John 3:16) and “firstborn of all creation” (Col. 1:15) have led others in history to hold these views, too. In the fourth century, a priest from Libya named Arius (c.250–336) announced, “If the Father begat the Son, then he who was begotten had a beginning. … There was a time when the Son was not.” The idea, known as Arianism, gained wide appeal, even among clergy. But it did not go unopposed. Theologians Alexander and Athanasius of Alexandria, Egypt, argued that Arius denied Christ’s true divinity. Christ is not of similar substance to God, they explained, but of the same substance.

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Mars Hill Church Will Close Its Doors for Good

"Rather than remaining a centralized multi-site church with video-led teaching distributed to multiple locations, the best future for each of our existing local churches is for them to become autonomous self-governed entities. This means that each of our locations has an opportunity to become a new church, rooted in the best of what Mars Hill has been in the past, and independently led and run by its own local elder teams."

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Burning Questions

Episode 1: Is There a God? Perhaps the biggest burning question of them all is this one: Are we alone in a meaningless, purposeless universe or is there some kind of creator – some kind of higher power out there? That’s a hotly debated question. On the one hand, our culture has recently seen a resurgent atheism whose advocates tell us that anyone who even professes belief in a deity is simply insane and irrational. Yet for all of that, belief in God seems alive and well. Over 90% of people in the world say they do believe in a higher power. The question simply will not go away: Is there a God?

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Goodbye, Mars Hill: Mark Driscoll's Multisite Empire Will Sell Properties and Dissolve

Founded in 1996, the Seattle-based megachurch planted 15 satellite sites across five states, its passion for creating new churches further evidenced by Driscoll founding the Acts 29 network. By New Year's Day, the multisite organization and the Mars Hill name will be no more.

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9Marks at Southern

The gospel tells the story of God, man, Christ, and a requisite response. It heralds the news about creation, fall, redemption, and a glorious consummation. And it is the only thing that will build a church. All that other stuff only builds a crowd.

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Burning Questions

Episode 1: Is There a God? Perhaps the biggest burning question of them all is this one: Are we alone in a meaningless, purposeless universe or is there some kind of creator – some kind of higher power out there? That’s a hotly debated question. On the one hand, our culture has recently seen a resurgent atheism whose advocates tell us that anyone who even professes belief in a deity is simply insane and irrational. Yet for all of that, belief in God seems alive and well. Over 90% of people in the world say they do believe in a higher power. The question simply will not go away: Is there a God?

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Burning Questions

Episode 1: Is There a God? Perhaps the biggest burning question of them all is this one: Are we alone in a meaningless, purposeless universe or is there some kind of creator – some kind of higher power out there? That’s a hotly debated question. On the one hand, our culture has recently seen a resurgent atheism whose advocates tell us that anyone who even professes belief in a deity is simply insane and irrational. Yet for all of that, belief in God seems alive and well. Over 90% of people in the world say they do believe in a higher power. The question simply will not go away: Is there a God?

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Six North Carolina judges quit after gay ‘marriage’ legalized

"When the federal judges ruled that gay marriage was legal and North Carolina honors that, and part of a magistrate's job is to perform marriage ceremonies, I knew I couldn't honor that law," Holland told The Christian Examiner. "It's against my belief. It's against what the Bible says.”  As for his future prospects? “God has always taken care of me," Holland said.

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Jerusalem is teetering on the brink of disaster

Glick leads the Temple Mount Faithful organization, which is dedicated to re-building the long destroyed Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount. That's a highly political, even dangerous, idea: access to the Temple Mount is controlled by Israel, but only Muslims are allowed to pray there. Both the al-Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock, Muslim holy sites, are located there; allowing Jews access to the Western Wall and Muslims access to the Temple Mount is meant as a sort of compromise. Calling to rebuild the ancient Temple on the Mount is a way of upsetting that balance, and claiming the entirety of the holy site for Jews.

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We Are Not Our Own: On God, Brittany Maynard, and Physician-Assisted Suicide

All three points from 1 Corinthians 6 are here again, not in regard to sex, but explicitly in regard to death. Christ paid the price of his life to be the rightful Lord over the living and the dead. Therefore, we are not our own; we are the Lord’s. Therefore, we live and we die “to the Lord.” That is, life and death are not our private concern. They are not our choice. He bought us. He owns us. We live and we die to him — in reliance on him, in accordance with his will, for his glory.

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Ligonier.org

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18 The Pastors.com Daily

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

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The God Particle

And it’s not just creationism that is dividing culture. In the era of “new atheism”—with authors and thinkers like Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris and Daniel Dennett leading the charge—anti-God rhetoric has aligned itself with science. In turn, religion—particularly Christianity, by its default of being the most culturally prominent faith—has found itself pitted in an ongoing thought war with what can be empirically observed and measured (science), and defending what, by its very definition, is based on a belief in things that can’t be seen (faith).

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O'Hare Cancels 700-Plus Flights For Wind, Rain

It looks like Mother Nature's Halloween curveball will affect more than just Chicago-area trick-or-treaters.

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Reformation Then and Now, Here and There

My meditation on the distance from Luther and Singapore led me to ask if the gap between Luther and America might be just as great. Luther was wracked by guilt and doubted his ability to lay hold of sufficient grace to satisfy God's justice. The typical American feels no such burden. For Americans, guilt is not a problem, but a pseudo problem. Luther agonized over the wrath of God toward sin. Today, Christianity lite regards God as a genial Father, arms perpetually open to everyone, without mentioning repentance and atonement. Luther worried about demons bent on dragging his sinful soul to hell. Americans scoff; many Singaporeans share his concern. Here, Hindus flog and pierce themselves, hoping to atone for their sin. Their customs and rationale seem eerily similar to that of medieval flagellants. Here, Buddhists buy garden deities (for $88.88) that promise divine favor in terms that bear resemblance to the indulgences that stimulated Luther's Ninety-five Theses.

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Want More Misinformation from the Creators of Cosmos? Use the Official Cosmos Study Guides!

In classic Cosmos -style flowery materialist prose, the study guide goes on to cite "the unbroken thread that stretches from the first one-celled organisms of nearly four billion years ago directly to you" and the "[c]ontinuity of life from one-celled organisms to us." But what is the evidence for this "unbroken thread" and "continuity"? In fact leading scientists have observed that biology appears to be full of discontinuities. As Ernst Mayr wrote: When we look at the living biota, whether at the level of the higher taxa or even at that of the species, discontinuities are overwhelmingly frequent. . . . The discontinuities are even more striking in the fossil record. New species usually appear in the fossil record suddenly, not connected with their ancestors by a series of intermediates. (Ernst Mayr, What Evolution Is, p. 189 (Basic Books, 2001).) Now of course Mayr was a thoroughgoing materialist and evolutionist who believed (by faith, I presume) that Druyan's "unbroken thread" exists. But doesn't that make Mayr's admission that the raw biological data shows discontinuities rather than "continuity" or an "unbroken thread" even more compelling? For more details, see my discussion of the "tree of life" in our response to Episode 2 .

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Halloween and the Dark Side — What Should Christians Think?

How should Christians respond to this pagan background? Harold L. Myra of Christianity Today argues that these pagan roots were well known to Christians of the past. “More than a thousand years ago Christians confronted pagan rites appeasing the lord of death and evil spirits. Halloween’s unsavory beginnings preceded Christ’s birth when the druids, in what is now Britain and France, observed the end of summer with sacrifices to the gods. It was the beginning of the Celtic year and they believed Samhain, the lord of death, sent evil spirits abroad to attack humans, who could escape only by assuming disguises and looking like evil spirits themselves.”

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God's Not Dead: God's Not Dead! Nietzsche, Moral Absolutes, and Evolution

Some cultists advance the idea that life is about knocking on enough doors to sell magazines or to participate in enough temple and occult rituals to please God. Selected Hindus suggest one must stay pure to escape the Karmic cycle. The Prussian born Friedrich Nietzsche advanced the idea that life was about attaining power. Nietzsche wrote of the will of power, the Superman, and magnificent destinies. Yet, Nietzsche was a physically and emotionally weak man: headaches, unattractive, bad eyesight—a tragic figure. He ironically asserted, “A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything.”[5] A few years later, he fell into insanity and repeatedly declared that he was Jesus Christ.[6]

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TGC Spotlight 10.31.14

The Gospel Coalition is a fellowship of evangelical churches deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures.  We yearn to work with all who, in addition to embracing our confession and theological vision for ministry, seek the lordship of Christ over the whole of life with unabashed hope in the power of the Holy Spirit to transform individuals, communities, and cultures.

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Sharyl Attkisson releases video of computer hack during Benghazi research

In her new book “Stonewalled: My Fight for Truth Against the Forces of Obstruction, Intimidation, and Harassment in Obama’s Washington,” the reporter said she had her computer checked out by a source she refers to as “Number One.” The individual concluded that what was done to her computer was “worse than anything Nixon ever did. I wouldn’t have believed something like this could happen in the United States of America.”

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A world in ruin needs your aid’: Why wait?

Attending seminary is not treading water or wasting time; it is digging a well that you and your hearers will drink from for the rest of your lives. Dig deep. I often advise eager students to focus on what to do as they prepare to go. Live out the missionary call in your life as you prepare. This includes being involved in intercultural ministry in your community: teach ESL, participate in international church ministries, share the gospel with those you encounter, learn another language, develop relationships with those who come from different contexts than you — to name a few examples. The world is at our doorstep. Serve even as you prepare.

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Lesbian group wants UN to label sexual orientation counseling ‘torture’

“Persuading the Committee Against Torture to take up the issue of conversion therapy on the international stage has the potential to save the lives of countless LGBT youth in the United States and around the world,” said NCLR attorney Samantha Ames. “Conversion therapy is damaging our human rights record both at home and around the world and creating a crisis the United Nations can and should address this November."

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Innovative Apologetics: Defeating Relativism and Exposing Self-referential Sentences

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Renewing Your Mind | Questions and Answers | November 1, 2014

The immediate results of coming to know Jesus Christ are the new hungers and new pursuits that are planted within the human will. I well recall that dramatic change in my own way of thinking. There were new longings, new hopes, new dreams, new fulfillments, but most noticeably, there was a new will to do what was God’s will. Thomas Chalmers characterized this change that Christ brings as “the expulsive power of a new affection.” This new affection of heart — the love of God wrought in us through the Holy Spirit — expels all other old seductions and attractions. The one who knows Christ begins to see that his or her own misguided heart is impoverished and in need of constant submission to the will of the Lord — spiritual surrender. Yes, we are all gifted with different personalities, but humility of spirit and the hallmark of conversion is to see one’s own spiritual poverty. Arrogance and conceit ought to be inimical to the life of the believer.  A deep awareness of one’s own new hungers and longings is a convincing witness to God’s grace within.

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Cheating Movember (or How to Stop Worrying and Love the Lip Worm) - Dad Matters

Mustaches are pretty much amazing. They provide warmth. They embody swagger and self-confidence. They save you food and drink for later. They’re one of the best ways to declare “I Am All that is Man” without saying a single word. They even help save lives.

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Resources

That the man of God may be perfect,

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Baylor University Press - Reading Backwards

Hays thus traces thereading strategies the Gospel writers employ to “read backwards” and to discover how the Old Testament figuratively discloses the astonishing paradoxical truth about Jesus’ identity. Attention to Jewish and Old Testament roots of the Gospel narratives reveals that each of the four Evangelists, in their diverse portrayals, identify Jesus as the embodiment of the God of Israel. Hays also explores the hermeneutical challenges posed by attempting to follow the Evangelists as readers of Israel’s Scripture—can the Evangelists teach us to read backwards along with them and to discern the same mystery they discovered in Israel’s story?

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Films

Out of Darkness; The Story of the English Bible  is a four-part mini documentary, produced by Truth Remains, that tells the story of God's careful preservation of Scripture through the centuries. The men who gave their lives to translate the Bible into English are not household names, yet the bloody price they paid fueled the Reformation and shaped the modern world, enabling countless Christians to enjoy the privilege of owning and studying God's Word in English. Listen to David Parsons, John Glass, Dennis Swanson, and Nathan Busenitz tell one of the greatest stories in church history.

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3 Reasons President Obama Is Wrong About Stay-At-Home-Mothers

But perhaps it’s because this stay-at-home mother studied economics before she stayed home with her kids, in reality this is like saying “I want a world where unicorns are real and not just Taylor Swift Halloween costumes .” You can say you wish that taking time out of the workforce would have no effect on income, but that’s not how economics works. If every person got paid the same over the course of his or her lifetime — whether or not he or she took time away from the workforce to raise children — that would be an imaginary place, not a real place where scarce goods are allocated through market prices. I mean, you can believe in your heart of hearts that command economies can magically milk efficiencies out of something other than people acting in their self-interest, but you probably can’t do it with a grasp of reality. People should be free to make their own decisions regarding what they consume and what they produce, unless we want to be controlled by an all-powerful state. And what that means is that we have trade-offs.

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UKIP MEP apologises to Christian charity leader – Premier Radio

Premier consists of Premier Christian Media Trust registered as a charity (no. 287610) and as a company limited by guarantee (no. 01743091) with two fully-owned trading subsidiaries: Premier Christian Communications Ltd (no. 02816074) and Christian Communication Partnership Ltd (no. 03422292). All three companies are registered in England & Wales with a registered office address of 22 Chapter Street, London, SW1P 4NP.

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The Strategic Benefit of Busyness for Christian Parents - Prince on Preaching

I could give many other examples, but I simply want to encourage Christian parents to think about the strategic benefits of every season of life. As the parents of eight children who are active in church, school, community service, and sports we spend a great deal of time picking up and dropping off at various activities. We try to remind ourselves that those rides are strategic opportunities that we will not always have. One day there will be no more sporting events to take them to and from. The real question is, while we still have these strategic opportunities, how are we going to leverage them for the glory of Christ in training our children in the fear and admonition of the Lord? Some of the most important gospel conversations and discipleship talks I have ever had with my children have taken place on those rides as we talk about how Christian commitment should shape every aspect of daily life.

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WORLD | Why public school education | Steve Cole | Nov. 1, 2014

Our son’s calling included living out his faith in the classroom. For six straight weeks he challenged his biology teacher on evolution. In a humanities class, the teacher pulled out a Bible and insisted to the class that it did not teach that homosexuality was wrong. Right there on the spot, our son pulled out his Bible and proved otherwise by reading verses from Leviticus and 1 Corinthians. His world literature teacher assigned his class to give a five-minute oral presentation on the prompt “If you were banished to a desert island and allowed to bring one book, what book would you bring, and why?” It was as if Christmas had come early for our son! He presented what the Bible says about man, sin, Jesus, and salvation! During the T-shirt phenomenon—which happened to take place during the 2012 presidential election—our son walked into his English class with a shirt parodying the Obama campaign’s well-known “Hope” posters, showing a similarly drawn Jesus and the words “Jesus is our greatest HOPE.” His English teacher asked, in front of the class, “Sam, is that T-shirt serious or ironi

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WORLD | All Saints’ Day | Marvin Olasky | Nov. 1, 2014

Forty-one years ago today, God took away my blindness to Marxist evil and proceeded to change my life. There’s nothing exceptional in that. Every Christian is a saint who was a sinner, some more notoriously so than others.

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November

For Mideast Christians, 2014 has been a year of bloody disaster. Could this be the end for these earliest churches?

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Ligonier.org

Are we fighting the right battles? Are we upsetting the world because we are Christians or because of our political positions? Political activism and social ministry are important, but they are not the Gospel. True reformation occurs only when hearts are changed.

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Prayer movement launched for climate agreement – Premier Radio

Premier consists of Premier Christian Media Trust registered as a charity (no. 287610) and as a company limited by guarantee (no. 01743091) with two fully-owned trading subsidiaries: Premier Christian Communications Ltd (no. 02816074) and Christian Communication Partnership Ltd (no. 03422292). All three companies are registered in England & Wales with a registered office address of 22 Chapter Street, London, SW1P 4NP.

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Possible ISIS Propaganda Found in Quantico, Va., Near Marine, FBI Facilities - NBC News

A U.S. government employee found seven leaflets that appeared to be ISIS propaganda this week in Quantico, Virginia, near both the Marine Corps Base and the FBI Academy, Pentagon officials said Friday.

44 There Is No Razor Blade in Your Banana

Many of us have gone through periods of our life plagued by irrational fears. Suppose, for example, that you heard a radio warning one Halloween that sinister culprits had inserted double-edged razor blades into bananas in several supermarkets. These had been put into children’s lunch boxes and several kids had bitten into them. You cringe. You can’t get it out of your mind. Day after day you think about it more and more often. You try to forget the whole thing. But every banana reminds you, then every fruit, then every man’s shaved face. You give up bananas entirely. You turn away cringing when you see others even touch a banana. Then your mind sees razor blades in other fruit: apples, pears, peaches. Before long your life seems utterly dominated by the fear of razor blades and you can scarcely move lest you get cut.

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Creating Christian Media

I think that we sometimes need to come out of the box that we have built for ourselves. In the same way that I do not need to be leading people literally down the Romans Road with every word I utter, media ought to operate in the same way. Just like our lifestyles as a whole are testimonies that should point people towards Jesus Christ, our media should do the same thing. By the values communicated through it and the beauty shown by it, we point towards our Creator through what we do. There are times to directly present the literal Gospel message, but there is more to being a Christian piece of content than simply meeting that one criteria. Rather, Christian content glorifies God in whatever form that may take.

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Boko Haram denies deal to release Christian girls – Premier Radio

A militant group in Nigeria which is holding more than 200 mostly Christian school girls hostage has denied a ceasefire which would have seen them released.

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WORLD | Weekend Reads: Sound doctrine and enjoyable sounds | Caleb Nelson | Nov. 1, 2014

According to Puritan theologian John Owen (1616–1683), the “doctrine of the Trinity is the foundation of all our communion with God.” In other words, humans could neither know nor properly worship a Unitarian God. But to know God and commune with Him in public worship was the heartbeat of Owen’s theology, and Ryan McGraw wants to see such a passion restored to the contemporary church. “A deep-seated and explicitly Trinitarian piety” in its readers’ lives is the stated goal of The Foundation of Communion with God: The Trinitarian Piety of John Owen  (Reformation Heritage Books, 2014).

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Truthbomb Apologetics: Article: Human Value Isn't What It Used to Be by Alan Shlemon

Welcome! It's been wisely stated that the way one answers the question, "Is there a God?" defines a life. Here at Truthbomb Apologetics we strive to offer apologetics resources to encourage and challenge both believer and unbeliever. Critical thinking is strongly encouraged, reason is a must, and all are welcomed!

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Cross Church - Dr. Ronnie Floyd Interviews Naghmeh Abedini

Cross Church - Dr. Ronnie Floyd Interviews Naghmeh Abedini

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WORLD | Mexico frees U.S. Marine jailed on weapons charges | Leigh Jones | Nov. 1, 2014

“As I said after visiting Andrew in the Mexican jail, he needs to come home to the United States to be with his mother Jill and the support network of friends I know to be standing by to help him,” Royce said. “He is a hero who served his country bravely on the battlefields of Afghanistan, which is why so many Americans have been focused on getting him home.”

51 Is feminism compatible with chivalry?
52 WORLD | Birdman | Sophia Lee | Nov. 15, 2014
53 The Continuing Influence of the Reformation: Our lives, our thoughts, our theology- Reformation Review
54 New Mercies Every Morning - Stand to Reason Blog
55 New Mercies Every Morning - Stand to Reason Blog
56 Christian charity: Refer North Korea to the International Criminal Court – Premier Radio
57 What if C.S. Lewis met Stephen Colbert? - @CSLewisInst @stephencoIbert
58 Church like 'ship without helm', says Catholic Cardinal – Premier Radio
59 Who Interprets Scripture? Sola Scriptura, the Reformation, and the modern era: Reformation Review
60 Faithful Thinkers: Book Review: Programming of Life
61 Check out | HeadHeartHand Blog
62 The Gospel in the Marketplace of Ideas - Christian Research Institute