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1 At What Age Should Parents Start Training Kids to Defend Their Faith? - Stand to Reason Blog

At What Age Should Parents Start Training Kids to Defend Their Faith?

2 How to Stay Christian in Seminary - Kindle edition by David Mathis, Jonathan Parnell, John Piper. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

"Mathis and Parnell here contribute to a small but important stable of books that everyone thinking about attending or already enrolled in seminary should read. Studying theology is not an intellectual game, nor is it simply what you have to do to receive credentials. It is, rather, the project, both art and science, of living to God in intelligent, affectionate, and obedient response to God’s Word. The seminary is no ivory tower but a crucible in which Christian wisdom and spirituality are tested and refined—not only, or even primarily, by exams, but by the vital tests of everyday life. How to Stay Christian in Seminary alerts students to the real curriculum that undergirds degree structures: the pedagogy of the triune God that aims at forming the mind and heart of Jesus Christ in students and disciples.” — Kevin J. Vanhoozer , Research Professor of Systematic Theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

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'Reconsider Pakistan's place in Commonwealth' after Christian killings – Premier Premier

Meanwhile the head of the South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance, Manoj Raithatha, has called on all Christians in the UK to sign a petition, by the British Pakistani Christian Association, calling on the UK government to put diplomatic pressure on Pakistan.

4
God Has Spoken

Because of its trinitarian framework, this volume provides relatively easy access to material that addresses the historical development of theology proper, Christology, pneumatology, and the Trinity. However, it does not lend itself as well to knowing where to turn for discussion of the progress of other theological loci: bibliology, anthropology, angelology, hamartiology, ecclesiology, and eschatology. These topics are scattered throughout the book, meaning that readers must work their way through several sections, with occasional help from the (non-exhaustive) index. Using the doctrine of Scripture as a first example, the canon of the Old Testament is treated in chapter 1, and the canon of the New Testament is presented in chapter 18; chapter 19 covers other important ground, like the relationship between Scripture and church tradition. Similarly, theological anthropology is presented in terms of its Jewish background (the image of God, chapter 2) and its shaping through debates about Christology (chapter 11). Angelology (chapter 20) is slipped under Part Seven, “The Work of the Holy Spirit.

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The State of Theology: The Taming of God

In what may arguably be the best American novel , Herman Melville takes a break from discussing and pursuing a white whale and devotes a small chapter to sharks. The harpooners on board the Pequod had come across a teeming, frothing, fuming school of great white sharks. Queequeg had never encountered such ferocious beasts, and as they hoisted one on to the boat, he was about to have an encounter he wouldn’t soon forget.

6
Science Says Lasting Relationships Come Down To 2 Basic Traits

Even when they were talking about pleasant or mundane facets of their relationships, they were prepared to attack and be attacked. This sent their heart rates soaring and made them more aggressive toward each other. For example, each member of a couple could be talking about how their days had gone, and a highly aroused husband might say to his wife, “Why don’t you start talking about your day. It won’t take you very long.”

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Ladies, It’s Time To Take Responsibility For Your Failed Relationships

I know you’ve written articles about this before but I’d like to see you write another one not just addressing single men but all of the sh*tty men in general in our country. These men today aren’t men…they’re boys. They act like little children. Playing video games all day, not interested in careers, can’t stay in relationships. I’m only 32 and I’m about to give up even looking! I thought I found real men twice but both of those ended when we were still engaged because I found out they were full of sh*t and not the kind of men I want to be with. There’s been plenty of other losers before them and after them. Failed relationships after failed relationship and every single one ended because the man was an assh*le or worse. This is how it is for women today. There aren’t any real men left so we have no where to turn. The guys we are left to deal with are either jerks or needy and clingy, non-motivated p*ssies. Men aren’t ready to be responsible and reliable anymore. They only put on that front until you get to know them better and then the truth comes out. I know what I deserve as a woman, and it’s better than what these men/boys are offering.

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“C.S. Lewis of our time” Ravi Zacharias shares his views on suffering and God’s plan

“Having come to Christ on that bed of suicide, through that most lonely moment in my life, when not only had I not learned how to live. I didn’t even know how to die. In that moment, crying out a Bible is brought to me. Who asked for that Bible to be brought to me? I didn’t. I never cracked open a Bible in my life. Why did God in His sovereign grace find somebody to bring that Bible to me?”

9
When a Cashier Reminded Me My Son Has Down Syndrome

Because I sometimes forget why months like October are so important to me. It gives our community a chance to spread awareness, to educate the public, to debunk the myths that are out there and show our children in a different light. It gives us a chance to move forward from just awareness to acceptance, so when we’re out in public and we are so taken by our children that we forget, that we aren’t reminded and shocked by the ignorance of others.

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The seminary community gathers to worship in Alumni Memorial Chapel on Tuesday and Thursday at 10a.m.

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On the Wrong Side of History? Carson, Keller, and Piper Tackle a Common Objection

The wrong-side-of-history objection “presupposes a certain view of history, an inevitability of certain social trends that are going that way no matter what we do,” Don Carson explains in a new roundtable video with Tim Keller and John Piper. “But if we look at history another way—space and time are going to unravel as the Lord of history brings all things to pass—you bet I want to be on the right side of history.” As Keller puts it, “Since Jesus Christ is coming again, the only way to be on the right side of history is to belong to him.”

12
Advent: The Dawning of Indestructible Joy

There’s nothing wrong with a little aesthetic, nostalgic Christmas romance. God made us sentimental beings to increase our enjoyment of and gratitude for his many past graces. But if the romance and nostalgia become the substance, the pursuit of our Christmas celebrations, then they become deceptive — mirages of joy that disappear as soon as we reach for their illusive promise.

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The Christian Writers Daily

The Christian Writers Daily, by T.E. Avery: Daily Articles By Christian Writers.

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Roanoke School Board votes to outsource substitute teachers

Miss Melanie Kaye Mitchell, 59, Hillsville,passed away on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at Twin County Regional Hospital, Galax, Va.Melanie was born on July 14, 1955 in Bremerhaven, Germany to the late William Earl Mitchell and June Smith Mitchell of Sylvatus, Va.In addition to her mother, Melanie is survived by her brother, William Earl "Billy" Mitchell, Jr., of Sylvatus, Va.; and sister and brother-in-law, Kimberly Anne and Christopher David Patton, of Galax, Va.; and her niece, Emily Morgan Patton, of Galax, VA. Also left to cherish her memory is the loving residents and devoted staff past and present of the Carroll House Group Home, Hillsville, Va. where Melanie lived for 33 years.Melanie "retired" on October 21, 2004 from the Mount Rogers Industrial Development Center in Hillsville, Va. after 24 years of dedicated service, and afterwards, Melanie continued to participate in the developmental day program for the remaining years of her life.Melanie's special gift was her smile, healing touch, and abundant love for all those who touched her life.Funeral Services for Melanie will be held at 2 p.

15
Mr. Milquetoast and Other Misconceptions About Humility

When understood in the light of biblical teaching, humility is not letting who you are hinder you from loving others. In other words, the purpose of humility isn’t to make you think less of who you are, but to enable you to love others regardless of who they are.

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Josh McDowell 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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Can Scientists and Evangelical Leaders Work Together?

A joint survey of 10,000 adults conducted by AAAS and sociologists at Rice University in Houston, Texas, found that although evangelicals show nearly as much interest in new scientific discoveries (21%) as the general public (32%), they are more than twice as likely as other respondents to look to a religious leader for answers to a scientific question (10% v. 4%) rather than to a scientific source. Evangelicals are also more than twice as likely as other respondents (29% v. 14%) to say that science and religion are in conflict and that they are on the side of religion. Still, nearly 50 percent of evangelicals view the relationship between science and religion as one of collaboration.

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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7 Lies Christian Parents Believe

My 2 youngest children and I had wonderful spiritual conversations from the time they were 2 years old. We talked about God, Jesus, Heaven, and so much more. Both of them decided without any pushing whatsoever to go forward for baptism at ages 4 and 6 respectively. After some more conversations to make sure they understood what they were doing, both were baptized at age 7. Now at 15 and 8 they are full of faith and following Jesus with all their hearts. Talk to your kids about faith just like you talk to them about every other important thing in your life. Don't pressure, just have conversations so that they learn and understand.

20
8 Types of Women You Should Never Date

What is the point of directing one of these articles to men and the other to women? Several traits are pointed out in both articles (though using gender specific stereo types). And any of the negative traits mentioned in either article would be red flags regardless of the person's gender. Is a woman who tells white lies worth dating, while a man isn't? Is a man who tries to control every detail of his significant other's life okay to date even though a woman who does the same is a "control freak?" Unfortunately, much of this article perpetuates gender stereo types and may potentially create riffs between men and women. I was prompted to comment here after reading several facebook comments on these articles where women seem to be attacking men and men attacking women based on the traits mentioned. I think the goal of this article is to encourage examining a person's character before dating them - which is an excellent point, but I think the point could have been made in a less gender polarizing way.

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The father of the late Dr Myles Munroe speaks on his beloved son – Premier Gospel

The head of Bahamas Faith Ministries and internationally known Evangelical pastor, Dr Myles Munroe, has sadly passed away in a tragic plane crash.

22
The Hugh Hewitt Show - Opinion and Information with a Unique Twist

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has made a sound argument for getting things done in the lame duck session that have “deadlines,” so those deadlines don’t screw up the roll-out of the GOP agenda –from budget to follow-through appropriations, Obamacare repeal efforts (whole or partial) and a variety of other reforms.  That makes sense to me, but it also makes sense to get the Defense Authorization finished as soon as possible, and to get an immigration regularization bill back on the table in January, one that is relatively short and simple to understand, one whose Title One is a long, strong, double-sided fence the completion of which is a trigger for the provisions that follow in Title II.  The president might kill this off with an executive order, but assume –it is very hard to do so– that he will act as though the Constitution is more than a suggestion.

23
Stephen Colbert and the Southern Catholic Charism

Given demographic changes in the South, we might also ask whether Colbert’s mode of “accommodationist” Catholicism qualifies as a Southern charism. As migrations from the North and Latin America continue to converge in the Bible Belt—stripping that epithet of its Protestant, if not its pious connotations—a new attitude seems to be taking hold among the Southern faithful. Catholic millennials may have a TV hero in Colbert, but older and more traditional Catholics flip the channel to EWTN, an export of the Birmingham suburbs. Atlanta’s grand Eucharistic Congresses now offer our closest approximation to the triumphalism on display in Chicago or Philadelphia a century ago. And while the New Catholic South could hardly be called a “ghetto” in the making—indeed, it has in part been born of alliance with the region’s evangelical culture, as seen in EWTN’s adaptation of televangelist techniques—it does seem poised to take a voice of assertive leadership within a Church increasingly circumspect about the trajectory of national politics. If Colbert inherits the mantle of the charming, liberal Catholic spokesman from the South, he may be the last to wear it for a while.

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Can Scientists and Evangelical Leaders Work Together?

A joint survey of 10,000 adults conducted by AAAS and sociologists at Rice University in Houston, Texas, found that although evangelicals show nearly as much interest in new scientific discoveries (21%) as the general public (32%), they are more than twice as likely as other respondents to look to a religious leader for answers to a scientific question (10% v. 4%) rather than to a scientific source. Evangelicals are also more than twice as likely as other respondents (29% v. 14%) to say that science and religion are in conflict and that they are on the side of religion. Still, nearly 50 percent of evangelicals view the relationship between science and religion as one of collaboration.

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Florida Pastor Preaches Sermon Lasting 53 Hours and 11 Minutes, Breaks Guinness World Record

A Florida Pastor recently broke the Guinness world record for the Longest Speech Marathon by preaching a sermon that lasted 53 hours and 18 minutes from Friday to Sunday.

26
The Preacher, the Counselor, and the Congregation

At University Reformed Church, one of our firm convictions is that the ministry of the preacher and the ministry of the counselor are not different kinds of ministry, but rather the same ministry given in different ways in different settings. Both are fundamentally, thoroughly, and unapologetically Word ministries. One may be more proclamation and monologue, and the other more conversational and dialogue, but the variation in approach and context does not undermine their shared belief in the power of the Word of God to do the work of God in the people of God. What shapes our understanding of pulpit ministry is a strong confidence in the necessity, sufficiency, authority, and relevance of God’s Word. The same confidence shapes our understanding of counseling ministry.

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Why seminary can never qualify anyone for ministry

A seminary is an academic institution and awards an academic degree because a student completed a prescribed course of study. Though we do everything possible to make it a spiritual pursuit and to tie it to a knowledge of Christ and a commitment to the local church, an intelligent Buddhist could fake his way through and graduate from a Baptist seminary. If a student chooses to go through the seminary and do only what is required of him academically, he may perform very well in classes and even graduate at the top of his class. Without true connection and accountability to a local body, however, that student is not qualified as a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ and would not be qualified to lead a church until he has been faithful in serving a church and submitting to the elders (Hebrews 13:17; 1 Peter 5:5). My prediction for such a student would be that he would wipe out in the real world of church life and ministry.

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WORLD | Federal judge overturns marriage law in South Carolina | The Editors | Nov. 12, 2014

The Supreme Court has ruled same-sex marriages can begin in Kansas while a lower court considers a case against existing state law. Last week, federal district Judge Daniel Crabtree issued a preliminary injunction against the Kansas constitutional amendment that defines marriage as between one man and one woman. A full suit on the case is pending, but Crabtree’s ruling means same-sex couples can receive marriage licenses in the meantime.

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Colorado Senior Sues High School for Prohibiting Student-led Prayer, Hymn Singing

Chase Windebank, a senior at Pine Creek High School, is the plaintiff in a lawsuit filed by legal ministry Alliance Defending Freedom against his Colorado Springs school for allegedly barring him and other students from meeting together during their free time to pray, sing hymns and discuss various subjects.

30
Giant sunspot returns – and it's bigger and badder than ever

The sun is currently near the maximum of Solar Cycle 24 – the 24th cycle of solar activity since detailed recording began in 1755. Sunspot number rises and falls on a roughly 11-year cycle, and although Cycle 24 is very weak compared to others in the last century, it can still produce a doozy of a spot.

31
Reasons to Believe

How does Distant Starlight connect to a belief in God?

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http://www.crossway.org/group/thanksgiving

Crossway invites you to sign up and receive a daily email devotional to help you prepare your heart for Thanksgiving. Adapted from his latest book New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional, these short devotions from Paul David Tripp only take 5 minutes to read, but will spur you to reflect on God’s Word all day long.

33
Gallup: Most Americans Want Republicans, Not Obama, to Lead Nation

A recent Gallup poll found that, in keeping with the midterm election results, a majority of Americans want the Republican Party to lead the country rather than President Barack Obama.

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15 of Soren Kierkegaard’s Most Challenging Quotes

Christian existentialism is a theo-philosophical movement which takes an existentialist approach to Christian theology. - The Sickness Unto Death, is a book written by Danish philosopher, Søren Kierkegaard in 1849 under the pseudonym Anti-Climacus. A work of Christian existentialism. - In The Sickness Unto Death, Kierkegaard personifies an attitude with the average citizen (spissborger). This is an individual who is unconsciously fleeing from the opportunity to live an authentic life. This average citizen often appears as "morally superior" to others, but really this is an unreflected individual. The individual are being swallowed up by social norms and others expectations, without even being aware of this. The result is that the individual becomes alienated, both from himselves and the society. - An individual's values must be the result of an "existential awareness". The important thing is to preserve the independence and responsibility in interacting with other people, and it's precisely this ability the character never did develop. - A synthesis of individual freedom and existential integrity, however, can only be reached when the individual have seen through all the deception of society.

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Stop Wondering What ‘Might Have Been’

When we play the “if only” game, we strive to be in constant control because we’re not sure God is up for the job. We struggle to always make the right decisions instead of realizing God can redeem our dead ends and detours. We hold onto situations that aren’t good for us, career paths that aren’t best for us, and dreams that aren’t true to us because, when push comes to shove, we’re not convinced God has our best interests at heart. Focusing on what might have happened can shape our image of God in a negative way and prevent us from seeing His faithfulness in every situation.

36 Does Satan have access to our minds? - Christian Research Institute

First, while Satan cannot read our minds he can influence our thoughts. Thus, the Bible instructs us to “put on the full armor of God so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes” (Eph. 6:11). Without it, you are a guaranteed casualty in the invisible war; with it, you are invincible. Spiritual warfare is waged against invisible beings that personify the extremities of evil. And their weapons are spiritual, not physical. While they cannot bite us physically, violate us sexually, or cause us to levitate, they can tempt us to cheat, steal, and lie.

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Saeed Abedini Postcard Blitz: Obama Needs to Press Iran to Release American Pastor at Nuclear Talks

A new initiative is encouraging supporters of Iranian-American pastor Saeed Abedini to purchase and send postcards to the White House to urge President Barack Obama to demand the release Abedini as part of the upcoming nuclear negotiations with Iran.

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Passion: The Essential Collection (Live) by Passion

After a decade-long stint leading a student ministry at Baylor University in Texas, Louie Giglio and his wife Shelley moved to Atlanta in 1995 and started the Passion conferences, a national collegiate ministry that used live worship music and teaching to encourage young people to live for the glory of God. Yearly Passion events served as the movement's centerpieces: multi-day, festival-styled gatherings whose attendance grew exponentially from a couple of thousand when Passion held its first get-together...

39 You know it's coming...be prepared

Are you dreading that outspoken aunt at Thanksgiving, the co-worker in an alternative lifestyle, or the atheist neighbor? Not every conversation is a requirement to “contend for the truth,” but shouldn’t we be prepared with an articulate, thoughtful, winsome defense? The Bible says yes.

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Yasser Arafat 'Found Jesus' Before He Died, Wept While Watching 'The Passion of the Christ,' Says Evangelical Friend

Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat might have converted to Christianity before his death in 2004, suggested Christian writer and speaker RT Kendall, a close friend of his. Kendall revealed that Arafat wept while watching Mel Gibson's epic "The Passion of the Christ" a decade ago, and said that he would not be surprised to see his friend in heaven.

41 The TC Apologetics Daily

The TC Apologetics Daily, by TC Apologetics: The latest news and thoughts for the apologetic-minded Christian.

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Pope Francis Creates Panel to Process 'Backlog' of Appeals From Priests Accused of Sexual Abuse

The Vatican announced Tuesday that Pope Francis will set up a panel to help process the "backlog" of appeals from priests who've been accused of committing sexual abuse against minors. The new judicial body, or college, will be overseen by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

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Wait Until You See What This Store is Doing for Our Military Women – You Won't Believe It!

Most girls can't wait for that big day when they get married to the one they love. But before doing so, many deal with the stress of planning and picking out an expensive wedding dress. A North Carolina bridal store did something special for these girls serving in the military.

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The gospel of the suffering apostle

MS:  Because the Corinthian correspondence is so tightly bound up with the particular problems of that church, it seems a bit alien to us. Certain passages from these letters, especially 1 Corinthians, appear more frequently in our preaching and teaching because they deal with questions that remain immediately relevant for us. Second Corinthians deals with the root issue that lies behind both letters: the question of the legitimization of an apostle. In a certain, obvious sense, we do not have to deal with that issue. Persons claiming apostolic authority don’t normally show up in our churches. Or if they do, we already know what to do with them! In other ways, however, this question remains highly relevant. An apostle displays the marks of God’s saving work in Christ within the world, the gospel in action. The life of an apostle is nothing other than the life of the Christian written large. As I suggest in the commentary, the Corinthians sense this truth. It is for this reason they are uncomfortable with Paul, who lacked the sort of preaching skills they sought. The Corinthians, who had already resisted Paul’s authority, had come to embrace other apostolic claimants, who had arrived with the charisma, rhetoric, display of power, and claims of remarkable experiences that Paul lacked.

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'The Problems Between Our Countries Are Between Politicians, Not Christians'

I went twice to Crimea and talked to the people. Some people are really eager to come back to Russia, because they speak Russian, they have so much relationship. Russia, in my opinion, has no desire to take over more land or something like this. Of course I’m not a politician, I am a Christian leader. However, I can understand. I can feel it what is going on society, because for many many years when Crimea was part of Ukraine, the many, many Russians said some not very nice words to Mr. Khrushchev who just gave it up. This small land has made tension between our political leaders. One of the difficulties between political leaders and we like parts of societies have some misunderstandings. We need one part of our leadership to explain the history that is behind the land. It’s a complex issue. You have to understand why this decision was made. In my opinion, the Russian Federation has no desire to take more land or create another Soviet Union. Of course, we were a Russian empire in the past, but now we have to obey international laws, rules, and regulations. We want to be a country that has normal life and good relations with everyone.

46 Answering Muslims: The World's Most Persecuted Minority: Christians

@Goshi May the Lord Jesus Christ bless you my brother in Christ. I am also Pakistani. You are 100% right...there is no help for our Christian brothers and sisters. I can speak for what it's like in Pakistan as I was born there and lived there and saw with my own eyes what their life was like. As for Christian these days trying to leave Pakistan good luck, they can't even leave to a different city to escape persecution or false allegations. So to leave to a different country is almost impossible. A friend I had in high school was from Iran and he told me this face to face. I asked him how you ended up here. He said you what it's funny a church sponsored us to come to this country. He also added what a stupid church. At the time I was like weird why would a church sponsor Muslim families, I was young and didn't care much. My friend from Iran was a good man, and so was his family, but I still wondered why a church was doing this and they were not helping Christian families who were there suffering. I later learned that my aunts church was also sponsoring Muslim families, and I was absolutely shocked in light of recent events, why a church is doing this and not helping out the body of Christ.

47
Garth Brooks Performs A Song About All the Beautiful Mothers in the World – Get Ready to Call Mom!

Not only is this a beautiful song to hear it has so much meaning behind it. It's often we forget how much these beautiful women do for us, and we forget to say "thank you." Use this time to think about all the amazing things your mother has done for you and give her a call. Every word in this song will touch your heart and remind you of what matters most in life.

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The Word is Out – Premier Radio

1. The following rules ("Rules") together with Premier Christian Radio’s ("Premier") general and competition terms and conditions (the “Terms and Conditions”) apply to The Word is Out on Premier Christian Radio competition ("the Competition") which will run from 3rd November 2014 and will conclude on 21st November 2014. The "Radio Station" is Premier Christian Radio.

49
Exclusive: Steve Taylor & The Perfect Foil's 'Moonshot' Song Premiere

In describing "Moonshot," Taylor said the song is about "the fine line between ambition and insanity. The character in the song is extremely ambitious, and yet at a certain point, you start wondering if he is off his meds. I think that any of us who are involved in the arts live that fine line daily." When asked where Taylor falls, he quipped "I think as a band, we are very ambitious, but I think we go over that insane line more than once."

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Was Jesus Married with Children? Here We Go Again

4. There is absolutely zero evidence from early Christianity that Jesus was married.  Not a single historical source anywhere tells us such a thing. The closest any source comes to doing so is a fragmented portion of the third-century Gospel of Philip where we are told that Jesus kissed Mary “on the…”, but the text is missing at precisely this point.  But, aside from being a late gospel, the context of this passage does not suggest any sexual/romantic love for Mary.  Even Bart Ehrman agrees that the affection Jesus shows Mary here is not a different kind than shown to his male disciples (Ehrman, Truth and Fiction in the Da Vinci Code , 179).

51 In Defense of Marriage and the Rule of Law — The Importance of Making the Right Argument
52 Watch Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready Shred During the National Anthem
53 7 Bible Verses That Remind Us That Babies Are Beautiful Gifts From God
54 Looming Ferguson Grand Jury Verdict Prompts Calls for Prayer, Overnight Vigils
55 Doug Groothuis: How Jazz Can Shape Apologetics - DEFEND Mag
56 Albert Mohler comments on KBC decision to oust church
57 Nurse's Simple Act of Kindness Pays Off in a Big Way (Video)
58 Obamacare Architect: Americans ‘Too Stupid to Understand’
59 Mission in a Secular Age: A Conversation with James K. A. Smith
60 Republican Party Historic High: GOP Controls 68 of 98 State Legislatures
61 Yes, "We've Been Wrong About Robots Before," and We Still Are
62 The Problem of Good - Stand to Reason Blog
63 Patiently Pursuing Authentic Relationships
64 YouVersion Now Offers More Than 1,000 Bible Versions in Over 700 Languages
65 The 1 Secret to Beating Frustrations: The Art of Successful Days
66 Get Ready to Be Blown Away by This Beautiful Hymn Sung by 2 Stars!
67 3 Essential Elements of Everyday Apologetics - Apologetics Guy
68 Catalyst One Day 2014 - Seattle, WA with Andy Stanley & Craig Groeschel
69 Is World Magazine A Muck-Raker? | HeadHeartHand Blog
70 From Foster to Forever
71 The importance of having a narrative when confronting the assumption of naturalism
72 Come Reason's Apologetics Notes: The Difference Between God Being Understandable and Illogical
73 Crossway on Twitter
74 Medical Marijuana with Elliot Miller - Part 2, and Q&A - Christian Research Institute
75 My path to the Ph.D.
76 "Star Wars: Darth Plagueis" by James Luceno- Morality, Darkness, and Politic
77 WORLD | Women dying in India after sterilization blitz | Courtney Crandell | Nov. 12, 2014
78 Jerry B. Jenkins Suddenly Shuts Down Christian Writers Guild
79 WORLD | Private schools win textbook funding battle in New Mexico | Sarah Padbury | Nov. 12, 2014
80 James White on Twitter
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84 How To Get Things Done: Taming the Email Beast
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86 Innovative Apologetics: How to Be An Effective Witness for Christ: Evangelism 101
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