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But only a little. “You wouldn't necessarily get this from 'Only a Ride,' which is based around a standard blues riff, but Jimmy Abegg is really into Robert Fripp and can play these things that come right up to the edge of dissonant jazz. Between the four of us we’ve got a pretty encyclopedic knowledge of music and John has a massive album collection right in the control room of his studio. So we'll flip through it and be referencing a Sham 69 album from the early '80s British punk scene, or something from Coltrane or Miles Davis, or Gang of Four or Television.” Amid all that eclecticism, there's another element keeping everything grounded. “Peter tends to write the melodies,” Taylor says - and while in most cases it might not be wise to let the drummer assume that duty, Furler did have quite a track record in his former role as the Newsboys' band leader. “If you take a good melody, it's almost indestructible,” Taylor maintains, “and so you can deconstruct it and add different instrumentation and dissonance and noise and it's still a great melody, no matter what you do to it.”

2 Truthbomb Apologetics: The Clearest Statements in the Bible about Jesus Being the Only Way to Salvation

If you are committed the authority of the Bible, you must hold that Jesus is only way to salvation. This isn't simply a matter a interpretation.  The Bible couldn't be more clear on the topic.  Consider these statements attributed to those who learned from Jesus and Jesus Himself: John 14:6 -  Jesus said to him, "I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, but through me." Acts 4:11-12 - "He is the stone which was rejected by you, the builders, but which became the very cornerstone.  And there is salvation is no one else; for here is no other name under heaven that has been given among men, by which we must be saved." Acts 16:30-31 - And after he brought them out he said, "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?"  And they said, "Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you shall be saved." 1 Timothy 2:5 - For there is one God, and one mediator also between God and men, the man Jesus the Messiah. 1 John 2:23 - Whoever denies the Son does not have the Father; the one who confesses the Son has the Father also. 1 John 5:11:12 - "And the witness is this, that God has given us eternal life and this life is in his Son.

Is Naturalism a Simpler Explanation Than Theism?

The space-time universe — which we can study with physical sciences — is all there is. Rather than appealing to “occult,” “spooky,” “supernatural,” or “theistic” explanations, naturalists claim their worldview is simpler. It requires fewer entities to explain the way things are. Right? God is a metaphysical fifth wheel — a mere explanatory appendage. God simply is not necessary to account for the way things are. “Science” will do just fine.

Simplifying and De-Stressing Your Holidays

Karen: Yeah, the focus on Christ and the focus on others. You know, I spoke earlier about Christmas being an excuse to make someone else's life better. Well, that's what God did for us. He used Christmas as an excuse to make our lives better by sending Christ. And as we focus on the real reason for the season and on reaching out to others, I think it helps to combat some of this commercialism and this gimme, gimme, gimme and the high expectations and then let's be honest, sometimes the depression that sets in after Christmas with kids, you know, after all the ripping open of the gifts is over. So, I think if we really make it our intent to focus on Christ and focus on others and lay down our lives for others by inviting them into our holiday season and doing for them, I think it can help to shift our focus.

Scientific Evidence for the Existence of God

Still, when I share this article with atheists, some of them tell me that they want to see scientific evidence for the existence of God instead. So here it is.

Persecution and Submission

There are at least two corporate benefits persecution brings to local churches and the church at large. First, persecution narrows the focus of the church. There’s no time to chase trends and cater to worldly “seekers” when you live under the threat of violent persecution. In fact, there’s no point in trying to make the church attractive to the world, since no amount of pomp and misdirection can entice a person to intentionally invite persecution. All pseudo-evangelistic trickery immediately goes out the window—it can’t hold up under the weight of fierce oppression and suffering.

Reasons for God

Lunch is NOT included. You are welcome to bring a packed lunch and eat this in the church during the lunch break, or alternatively there are plenty of cafes and sandwich shops within a 5-10 minute walk of St Mary’s if you would prefer to go out and buy something. Tea, coffee and other refreshments will be provided throughout the day and are included in the cost of your ticket.

The Briefing 11-19-14

1) Pending Ferguson verdict from Grand Jury reminder of important check in American system

Convoy of Hope

“We are thrilled to partner with Convoy of Hope and MSCA,” says Vanessa Ontiveros, facilities manager for SOS. “Their support, hard work and generous donation of grocery items will help SOS provide food and assistance to an average of 275 individuals a day. As we prepare for the increased demand during the holiday season, we are most appreciative of this tremendous donation.”

10 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.

Grace to You

Any person in the condition Jesus describes despairs of his or her own ability to obtain salvation. They will realize the end of their own resources and want to turn to the Savior. The desperation implicit here is part of genuine salvation. Those not desperate will continue to rely on their own confidence, but those who are spiritually desperate will repent of the old burdensome life of sin and embrace the true redemption Christ offers. Such persons are the only ones God receives into His kingdom (cf. Matt. 3:2; 4:17; Acts 2:38; 2 Tim. 2:25).

Eerily Beautiful Abandoned Places

From a ship graveyard in Mauritania to a picturesque 16th century Italian village, we can't help but be mesmerized by these mysterious and beautiful abandoned places around the world.

Achtung! Germany named world's favorite country

Achtung! Germany named world's favorite country Well, it took about 70 years. Yes, from being the world's pariah in the years following Nazism and World War II, Germany is now the world's favorite country, according to the Anholt-Gfk Nations Brand Index. Check out this story on

14 2015 The Gospel Coalition National Conference April 13-15, Orlando FL

Our 2015 National Conference seeks to stir longing for our ultimate home in heaven as we explore the sweep of redemption from creation to consummation, Genesis to Revelation. Our plenary speakers will unfold the Bible's teaching on eschatology, a topic of burning importance today. Along with these nine plenary sessions we've planned more than 50 workshops and focus gatherings led by speakers addressing topics including evangelism, homosexuality, student ministry, sexual abuse, faith and work, and much more. Join us as we worship God together in word and song with joyful hope that Jesus is returning soon. 


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Obama’s royal flip-flop on using executive action on illegal immigration

Obama:  Well, I think it is important to remind everybody that, as I said I think previously, and I’m not a king. I am the head of the executive branch of government. I’m required to follow the law. And that’s what we’ve done. But what I’ve also said is, let’s make sure that we’re applying the law in a way that takes into account people’s humanity. That’s the reason that we moved forward on deferred action. Within the confines of the law we said, we have some discretion in terms of how we apply this law. The same is true with respect to the kinds of the length of time that people have to spend outside of the country when their spouses are already here for example.

Man, Woman, and the Mystery of Christ: An Evangelical Protestant Perspective

Jesus intentionally went to Samaria. His disciples James and John, elsewhere in the Gospel of John, wanted to vaporize the villages there with fire from heaven. But Jesus spoke of water, of living water that could quench thirst forever. Thirst is a type of desperation, the sort of language the psalmist uses for the longing for God, as for water on a desert land. We live in a culture obsessed with sex—sex abstracted from covenant, from fidelity, from transcendent moral norms—but beyond this obsession there seems to be a cry for something more. In the search for sexual excitement, men and women are not really looking for biochemical sensations or the responses of nerve endings. They are searching desperately not just for mere sex, but for that to which sex points—something they know exists but they just cannot identify. They are thirsting. As novelist Frederick Buechner put it, “Lust is the craving for salt of someone who is dying of thirst.” The sexual revolution cannot keep its promises. People are looking for a cosmic mystery, for a love that is stronger than death.

Southern Seminary Christmas Concert

For the first time ever, Southern Seminary’s Department of Biblical Worship will collaborate with three local worship ministries: Sojourn Music, Sovereign Grace Music, and Highview Baptist Worship Ministry. The evening will also include music by international operatic tenor Philip Webb. With a wonderfully varied musical prism of expression and style, this concert is designed to exalt the incarnate Christ in the contour of the gospel through the Word and song.

19 Look at the Book Group

Biblearc Groups are a way to virtually study the Word together on Biblearc. Groups can be formed around studying a topic, reading through a book of the Bible, a class or Bible Study that meets in real time, or, as in this case, around a series of passages being studied, called…

A Field Trip to America's Public Libraries

When he was in his mid-thirties—with a wife, four children, and a mortgage—a lawyer friend told my father that he “thought like a lawyer” and should consider a career change. My father sheepishly admitted to his friend that he didn’t have a college degree; in fact, after receiving his GED while in the Navy, he’d only taken a few college classes. His friend did some research and found that, at that time, law schools admitted a small percentage of “non-traditional students” based on factors such as related work experience. My father made inquiries but, lacking the related experience, was rejected. He persisted, however, and asked if the school would reconsider if he passed the entrance exam. They agreed, and when my “dropout dad” scored in the 99th percentile, he was admitted to law school... (He) eventually graduated from Detroit College of Law and worked as an attorney for almost thirty years.

21 The Daily

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

Possible Worlds and the Probability of God

When I plug these number into the formula I come up with the probability that God exist to be 99 percent. Even if I had started with the presumption that there was a 98 percent chance that God does not exist, when I factor in the evidence it still puts the probability at 62 percent. Clearly, based on my interpretation of the evidence, it would be more reasonable for me to believe that God exists than to doubt it. Again, none of this proves beyong the point of rational dispute that God exists. But what it does show is that when we add this link to the chain of other theistic arguments, the rational reasons for believing in God far outweigh the rational reasons for atheism. Addendum #1:  On this point I disagree with Plantinga and agree with Ed Feser . Feser's objection is that, "Unless someone has actually given evidence to think that Plantinga’s concept of a maximally great being entails a contradiction or is otherwise incoherent, the rational position (again, at least if we buy the whole “possible worlds” framework in the first place) would be to accept his key premise rather than the key premise of the “no-maximality” argument, and rather than suspending judgment.

Myths and mysteries about the Gettysburg Address

View gallery.The Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC on Oct. 1, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed Seven score and 11 years ago, Abraham Lincoln gave his Gettysburg Address, widely considered one of the greatest speeches in American history. But even today, there are still a few points about the speech that are misunderstood.

The New Era of Theological Education

The most significant challenge seminaries will face in the next 20 years is changing educational delivery models. We must maintain academic standards while becoming much more church-centric in our training models. We must embrace technology but not equate technological advance with educational effectiveness. As part of this, seminaries will face increased pressure from churches and church leaders to demonstrate their relevance by producing leaders who can actually lead kingdom ministries—rather than just articulate theological or philosophical ideas about ministry. The seminaries that meet this challenge will have a future. The others will not.

'God Had Nothing to Do With This,' Says Christian Worship Leader Chris Picco Who Lost Wife and Son Just Days Apart

In an emotional speech delivered at the funeral of his wife, Ashley, and young son, Lennon James, at the Loma Linda University Church in California on Saturday, Picco declared: "God had nothing to do with this," as he mourned his tragic loss and prepared to keep on living.

Premier – Premier Premier

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How Pastors Are Passing the Leadership Baton

Then in 2007, at 73, Falwell died suddenly from cardiac arrest. When I interviewed his son Jonathan, I noted that if anyone was high risk, it was his dad—who flew private planes, received death threats for his politics, and had serious health issues. Jonathan technically had been named co-pastor two years earlier, when Falwell underwent two hospitalizations in one month with potential open-heart surgery to follow. But the two never discussed in detail Thomas Road’s future after its founder was gone. “I wish we had talked about it,” said Jonathan. “He wanted ...

Were Neanderthals a sub-species of modern humans? New research says no

However, the current study joins a growing body of evidence that the upper respiratory tracts of this extinct group functioned via a different set of rules as a result of a separate evolutionary history and overall cranial bauplan (bodyplan), resulting in a mosaic of features not found among any population of Homo sapiens. Thus Dr. M�rquez and his team of paleoanthropologists, comparative anatomists, and an otolaryngologist have contributed to the understanding of two of the most controversial topics in paleoanthropology -- were Neanderthals a different species from modern humans and which aspects of their cranial morphology evolved as adaptations to cold stress.

How Pastors Are Passing the Leadership Baton

Then in 2007, at 73, Falwell died suddenly from cardiac arrest. When I interviewed his son Jonathan, I noted that if anyone was high risk, it was his dad—who flew private planes, received death threats for his politics, and had serious health issues. Jonathan technically had been named co-pastor two years earlier, when Falwell underwent two hospitalizations in one month with potential open-heart surgery to follow. But the two never discussed in detail Thomas Road’s future after its founder was gone. “I wish we had talked about it,” said Jonathan. “He wanted ...

Reese Witherspoon

Obviously, this sort of hyperactivity is par for the course any time a star appears, but there’s something different with Witherspoon. There’s an ease to the way she turns from person to person, focusing her eyes on them just so. She has neither a hungry need for approval nor the droning plasticity of bored courtesy. She asks for each person’s name and says it back to them, with just the slightest hint of a Southern drawl that all her years in Hollywood have failed to completely scrub away. She has a knack for putting everyone around her at ease and seems to be genuinely enjoying herself.

Friends of TGC: Join a Global Gospel Vision

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.

Best Weather - College Rankings

Best Weather ranks 1,094 colleges based on five statistics and 17,000 student opinions from 17,000 students. A high ranking indicates that the local climate experiences neither extreme heat nor extreme cold, the location averages a high number of sunny days per year, and the students report weather having a positive impact on their campus experience.

Innovative Apologetics: God Surely Exists: Opening Proof

How to Share Your Faith Without It Being Awkward

Being known as someone who is putting their best into their work and into the way they live—who is loving and respectful of those around them—will set you apart and will have people questioning the source of your energy, joy, fervor and gifts. Invest in your relationships in every circle, be proud of your identity in Christ and be excellent at what you do—this is an excellent way to share your faith.

Living in light of the good Samaritan: Giving value to the devalued

Recently, after preaching the  parable of the Good Samaritan at the Gallery Church , I was headed to Harlem for dinner with my girlfriend, Liz. As we were walking up the stairs to exit the subway, I saw him: a nameless elderly man dressed in dirty clothes, begging for change. This isn't out of the norm to see at a subway stop. But for me, this time was different. I watched as people walked by and refused to acknowledge his existence. Yet, he persisted, "Can I have a dollar for a sandwich?" I watched as each person actively chose to look down rather than to look up at the face of the man. Honestly, I have to confess that I also walked by. However, with each step, my feet felt heavier to the point that I could no longer continue. I now heard two voices. One was the faint, defeated voice of the man asking for change. The other voice was my own, reciting the remnants of that morning's sermon I had just preached: "Don't be the Levite, don't be the priest, who walked by and refused to love the man who was vulnerable."

Giving Back on Giving Tuesday

Don’t look now, but the holiday season is right around the corner. Thanksgiving is only two weeks away, immediately followed by the retail-driven Black Friday and Cyber Monday, encouraging people to go out and start making their Christmas purchases.

2015 National Conference

God's people must cry out for His revival and a restoration of the light. Ligonier Ministries is seeking to help people do just that. On February 19–21, 2015, we will be hosting our annual national conference in Orlando. Alistair Begg, Rosaria Butterfield, Tim Challies, Kevin DeYoung, Sinclair Ferguson, Robert Godfrey, Peter Jones, Steven Lawson, Russell Moore, Stephen Nichols, and R.C. Sproul Jr. will join me in considering our theme, "After Darkness, Light." We will explore our need to be revived and restored to a high view of God, His law, His people, and His plan for the world.

In Search of Exoplanets: Defining Habitable Space Bodies

It is often speculated that life could arise on moons, dwarf planets, or other space bodies as well as planets. Yet these bodies are very limited in their ability to offer the right kind of habitat for intelligent life, the kind that could build rockets and radios. If we just want to look for a body that can sustain some kind of life, they may provide a broader field. However, in answering the question "Is there anybody out there?" we likely won't be satisfied with microbes barely surviving on a moon. We are looking for much complex life, with a brain capacity similar to our own, and the ability to modify its surroundings into complex technology. This means the factors that can allow complex multicellular technological life.

Rick Warren on gay marriage: 'The Church must not cave in'

"The only way to always be relevant, is to be eternal," Warren said. "No revolution will last, including the sexual revolution...every lie eventually crumbles under its own deception. Cultures rise and fall, they come and go, but the word of God and the Church of God continues. What I'm saying is it isn't necessary to be on the side of culture – it's not even necessary to be on the right side of history, it's just important to be on the right side.

40 Does Life "Suck"? Watch Privileged Species with Dr. Michael Denton, Now Out on DVD, and Find Out

On one hand there is Denton, who talks in Privileged Species about how "The human form is something significant in the cosmic order," adding that that is a "scientific finding," not a subjective judgment but an objective one, as objective as the unique properties of carbon, oxygen, and water. And then there is Nye, who says, in effect, "Human life sucks." Unfortunately that is not Bill Nye's lone, idiosyncratic view but one widely shared in and broadcast by the scientific and media communities.

Bodies of Myles Munroe, Wife and Crash Victims Returned Home; Family, Friends Get Ready for Burial

The bodies of renowned evangelical pastor and motivational speaker, Myles Munroe, his wife, Ruth, and three of seven other persons who died with them in a fiery jet crash in Freeport, Bahamas, two Sundays ago were returned home to family and friends in the island's capital of New Providence Monday in preparation for multiple memorials in upcoming weeks.

I’m 30 and Single. Why Do People Pity Me?

You miss several key points here. 1) Reality. Some Christians pray for marriage all of their lives. God doesn't answer their prayer. Why imply that if they keep being faithful, they'll get the golden ring. The church has made that promise far too long. When it doesn't come true, it causes many to feel like they've been duped by God. 2) The assumption is that marriage is the key to happiness. Obviously it isn't, or the divorce rate would be much lower. Healthy relationships are a key to happiness. They need not include marriage. 3) You make the assumption that every young woman yearns to have a child before "it's too late." This simply isn't true. Many young couples today are choosing to be childless (more than ever before). Why imply that having kids is something everybody must desire. Having children (or not) is a deeply personal decision. Let's not further the myth that it's necessary to have a happy marriage or a happy life. I like the fact that you write with a pastor's heart. I'm a pastor too, but sometimes we pastors sound like pastors, rather than people who are firmly entrenched in reality.

New York Church Hosting Free, 'Restaurant-Style' Thanksgiving Dinner; Event to Feed 1,000 People

"Every year we give out 5,000 invitation postcards, so we've been handing those out into the community every Saturday. We're actually on the street [and] hand delivering in different buildings. [It's] a lot of footwork," Stutzman explained. "[Guests] don't have to show ID or proof of anything. Just come and eat. Then once they eat they can kind of go 'shopping.' Everything is free, of course, whatever we have. I've been working with World Vision a lot this year so we have a good amount, and then I also ask the volunteers to bring bags of gently used clothes or toiletry items like soap, shampoo, toothpaste etc."

The Pope affirms the “Complementarity” of Marriage

Six videos have been released in conjunction with the Vatican’s colloquium on complementarity—an event being held now in Rome. I have not yet seen all six, but I have viewed the first one (see above). It is really well done. In fact, I would say that this is a must-watch video. It bears an international, timeless perspective on the fundamental “complementarity” of marriage—that is, that marriage is fundamentally a heterosexual union. It includes testimonials from N. T. Wright , Peter Kreeft , and many others.

Patience, Persistence, and Progression, Not Perfection

When we locate our identity, self-worth, and significance in Christ and we embrace Jesus as our life (Col. 3:4) and as our righteousness (Phil. 3:7–9), we are freed from the pressure to perform and released to think “patience, persistence, progression, and not perfection.” In turn, this belief leads to better performance. After our talk, the beloved young leader––who happens to be my 14-year-old son Jeremiah––said, “Thanks, Dad.”

A Book Recommendation from Steven Lawson - Banner of Truth

The Banner sat down with Dr. Steven Lawson to ask him if he had to recommend one Banner book for Christians to read, which would it be? On Sale for 72 hours — 50% Off Prices available through Nov 21st

Students for Life Abortion Debate Shut Down at Oxford University Following Intimidation by Feminist Group

A planned abortion debate at Oxford University organized by a pro-life group was shut down this week following intimidation by members of the Student Union's Women's Campaign group. A barrister has accused the college of caving into "criminal intimidation" and not respecting free speech rights.

2016 'Evangelical Primary' Is Already In Motion

Now that the mid-term elections are over, the political class is pivoting its attention to 2016. Most Americans aren't yet focused on electing our next president, but make no mistake: the potential candidates are already heavily engaged in running for that job.

49 The TC Apologetics Daily

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

Always Abusing Semper Reformanda

Another of the more pernicious abuses of the slogan semper reformanda in recent years is its invocation by adherents of the self-described Federal Vision movement. The adjective federal in this context has nothing to do with civil politics; rather, it refers to Reformed covenant theology. The advocates of the Federal Vision adopted this name for their movement to highlight either the need to change Reformed theology or to recover an earlier version, depending upon which of them you ask. They agree, however, that every baptized person is given a temporary, conditional election, regeneration, justification, union with Christ, adoption, and so on. After baptism, it is up to the Christian to do his part to retain what was given by grace. They speak of the “objectivity of the covenant.” They typically do not accept the Reformed distinction between the covenants of works and grace, between law and grace, or between law and gospel. They reject the Reformed doctrine that there are two ways of communing in the visible covenant community (the church): inwardly and outwardly. According to the Federal Vision, no one is finally regenerate, elect, or justified until the last day.

51 UN Report: ISIS Has Enough Weapons, Ammunition to Keep Fighting War for Two More Years
52 Russian President Putin Wants Closer Ties With Kim Jong Un; North Korean Leader Accused of Crimes Against Humanity
53 An Accurate Parody: On Andrew Wilson and Matthew Vines - Mere Orthodoxy | Christianity, Politics, and Culture
54 5 Things Everyone Should Do to Live More Sustainably
55 Beautiful Time-Lapse That Reminds Us of How Wonderful the World God Created Truly Is (VIDEO)
56 North Carolina Pastor Raises Over $30K to Host Gun Buy-Back Program to Curb Street Violence
57 When should pastors speak?
58 Why You Can't Read Scripture Alone
59 An Act of Kindness From a Gardener That Meant Everything to One Sick Girl
60 The Most Important Passage in the Whole of Scripture
61 Is Open Theism Still a Factor 10 Years after ETS Vote?
62 Bad Reasons to Adopt Pro-Gay Theology - Stand to Reason Blog
63 Fifth Person Dies in Jerusalem Synagogue Slayings That Killed 3 American Rabbis; Hamas Calls It Revenge Attack
64 Jimmy Fallon Fills in for Bono on the ‘Tonight Show’
65 3 Reasons to Give Thanks
66 IRS Scandal a Priority for New House Oversight Committee Chair
68 Why I am Thankful for Older and Younger SBC Conservatives - Prince on Preaching
69 Reasons to Believe on Twitter
70 Beautiful A Cappella Version of 'Mary Did You Know' That Will Light Up Your Day
71 8 GIFs That Will Have You Have You Laughing Out Loud!
72 George Whitefield
73 Obama Must Demand Pastor Abedini's Release in Upcoming US-Iran Nuke Deal Talks, Says ACLJ
74 Church Leaders Alarmed That IRS Agents Could Pose as Clergy to Access Privileged Information, Enforce Birth Control Mandate
75 Now a Clothing Brand Is Experimenting with the Name-Your-Price Model
76 Josh McDowell on Twitter
78 Dick Cavett to Discuss New Book at Socrates in the City
79 A Reader Shares a Telling Experience About Shopping at Barnes & Noble for Darwin's Doubt
80 Minn.-Wisc. Baptists focus on revival
82 WORLD | Long land battle | Angela Lu | Nov. 29, 2014
83 Brett Kunkle on Twitter
84 Mike Licona on Twitter
85 The Christian Post on Twitter
86 Blessed. Cursed. Claimed.
87 WORLD | Abortionist neglects to mention death settlement | La Shawn Barber | Nov. 19, 2014
88 Designing to Draw Attention to Red Light Districts
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