Devastating Arguments Against Christianity (Courtesy of the Internet)
I'm writing this post primarily for my own convenience. During my online journeys to r/atheism, "freethought" blogs, and beyond, I encounter the following arguments so frequently that it seems sens...
Christian Apologetics Ministry Crossexamined.org
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Weighing the Impact of California's New Physician-Assisted Suicide Law
Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.
How Can God Be A Trinity?
How can God be three and one? Sean briefly defines the Trinity and shows how there is no contradiction when it is properly understood.
‘Fixer Upper’ Couple: ‘Our Family Has Made a Commitment to Put Christ First’
The couple behind HGTV’s reality series Fixer Upper recently spoke with Billy Graham Evangelistic Association about their faith and the impact the show has had on viewers. Fixer Upper centers on Chip and Joanna Gaines, and—like a lot of HGTV series—shows the designers undertaking new home renovation projects each episode. The couple first met at Baylor University, and for years, ran a home renovation and design company before being approached by the cable network. In the interview, they explained:
Our family has made a commitment to put Christ first, a lifestyle our parents modeled for us very well. They showed us how to keep our marriage and family centered around God. As for "Fixer Upper", we have been surprised at the impact of our faith through the show. We haven’t been overtly evangelical, but the rich feedback we have received on family and love all source from our faith. Jesus said the world would know His disciples by their love for one another, and we’ve glimpsed this in practice and strive for it every day.
It’s not the first time the show’s stars have spoken about their faith. Back in April, Joanna filmed this video for Baylor, discussing her testimony, calling and using her platform to share her faith.
Hillsong Worship performs an acoustic version of "Cornerstone" from the album "Cornerstone" live for RELEVANT magazine.
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Comments by Darwinists: Another Perspective
Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.
In a Radio Debate, Our Jonathan M. Meets Thoughtful Atheist Cory Markum
Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.
Break Up Your Afternoon By Watching Hundreds of Tubes of Go-Gurt Explode in Slo-Motion
We’re all busy. We’ve all got important things that need to be done today. But let’s be honest, your never too busy to watch 1,000 tubes of Go-Gurt exploding in super slow motion. This is why the Internet, and arguably Go-Gurt, was invented.
Watch a Real-Life Drum Hero Play 71 Beatles Songs in 5 Minutes
A hero down in Australia by the name of Kyle Smith decided to do the impossible—play 71 Beatles songs in five minutes. Okay, so maybe it’s not totally impossible, but it’s fun to watch the drummer have a go at it—particularly when he gets to “Yesterday” and just takes a brief rest. Bonus points for his rooftop setting. (And bonus points to you if you get the importance of that.)
God Doesn’t Want You to Be Cynical About Your Future
I've been thinking a lot about cynicism. Many recent life events left me cynical. I fight against it on a daily basis, but I don't think I'll ever trust the church (as in, church the institution) like I used to. I'm learning to trust God because he is perfect. The church has issues because its made up of imperfect people, but I can't be mad at God. He is perfect even though the church isn't. I try to believe the best about the world, but I feel like the reason many millennials who are struggling with their faith get upset with the church is because we are trying to believe that the world is still good. We try to believe that there's hope. Yet, I hear over and over again from older Christians that the world is "going to Hell in a handbasket." It's hard. Hard not to be cynical. Hard not to hurt. When the people who are supposed to be your leaders do nothing but condemn your generation, my natural reaction is to not want anything to do with them. So, on a daily basis, I fight cynicism and ask God to help me. I still go to church. Still live a Christian lifestyle. Still follow Jesus. But God, it hurts.
A lesson about men for marriage-minded women from the movie "High Noon"
Ask yourself: Who are you, as a man? And does your woman accept that you have obligations to stand up to evil and do good ? Will she support you in your battle against evil, or will the marriage just be about her feelings and desires? I would especially beware of women who think that God is speaking to them through their feelings and desires. Look at her friends: are they practical and successful? Or are they irresponsible, unaccountable and reckless? Look at her father: does he have a plan for her, and does he lead her to be practical, frugal and hard-working? If you are not going to get an ally and a supporter in a wife, then you will not be able to serve God well, as a married man. Think about it.
How “Pattern Recognition” Helps Us Demonstrate the Existence of God | Cold Case Christianity
When my sons were young, they each had a police officer costume. As part of their costume, each had a plastic toy pistol shaped to resemble the old revolvers my dad’s generation of police officers used to carry. They weren’t precisely fashioned, but their shapes certainly echoed the design of real pistols, and my boys used them to effectively recreate a number of imaginary “cop and robber” games. These toy pistols were obviously the product of intelligent design, and even my young sons recognized the pattern similarity when compared to the pistols with which they were familiar (the ones used by their father and grandfather).
Is Fundamentalism Really a Dirty Word?
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Amen, this war on truth is getting crazy brothers and sisters. At a home group that my wife and I attend, a woman spoke up and told about how happy she was for her grandson because he had recently started attending a catholic church. Another person then chimed in and said that he thinks that denominations are divisive, calling catholicism just another denomination. I had to speak up at that point. Catholicism is not just another denomination, it is an entirely different religion that preaches a false gospel of salvation by works. The reformation did not happen for no reason. This led to the woman going outside and breaking down and crying. I believe that it was something that she needed to hear though. As the ecuminism movement becomes more prevalent, I expect this scenario to happen more and more.
Michael Brown - Spiritual Suicide: When European Churches Sell Their Souls to Islam
At a time when Christians in the Middle East are being tortured, beheaded, and crucified rather than denying Jesus, Christians in Europe – I should say so-called Christians – are renouncing the Great Commission and removing the cross (literally) to make peace with Muslims.
Parenting Means Wrestling Demons
I nudged the door open with my shoulder, hands holding carryout (again). I made my way through the dark living room and set dinner on the table. I could hear the kids playing in the basement as I peeked into the bedroom to find my wife lying there, doubled over with nausea. She felt too sick to think about eating, not to mention preparing food for the rest of us, and so for the fourth time in as many nights, dad was dishing dinner for the fam.
Grace to You Radio
How can you make this year’s Christmas all it should be? Consider that as John MacArthur sets the tone for a truly worshipful celebration in his study The Real Meaning of Christmas .
Why Are Men Frightened of Marriage?
More young men than ever before are refusing to get married. The reason? "Women aren’t women anymore." Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/paul.j.watso... FOLLOW Paul Joseph Watson @ https://twitter.com/PrisonPlanet
The Weird and Wonderful Church Drawings of John Hendrix
The first thing you will notice about them is that they are—well, not Thomas Kinkade. There are sea monsters and birds dressed in priestly robes and mountains with mouths. The words of Jesus are set upon the bellies of cuddly creatures. Some of the drawings are ominous; in Hendrix’s Nativity scene, rendered in red and black, an underground monster appears to open his jaws to devour the Holy Family. “There’s a Where the Wild Things Are vibe that runs through a lot of my drawings,” says Hendrix. “I’m very drawn to the mysteries of the Scripture.” Rather than providing “inspiration”—in the way that word captures a popular Christian approach to art—Hendrix probes the Bible’s odder passages, such as when God puts the deeps in storehouses (Ps. 33:7), or the beast in the Book of Revelation.
How to Create a Facebook Video Ad That Moves People to Action
To create a video ad, you have a lot of different options. Of course, you can use a recording of yourself (or hire someone to do it for you), but you don’t have to. Using videos with animated text, images and music can be equally (if not more) effective.
Glory to the Holy One Concert
On November 2 at 7:30 p.m., we are presenting a sacred music concert at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Tennessee, in the beautiful Laura Turner Concert Hall. This event will provide a special time of worship and reflection on the beauty of the Lord and will feature music from the recently released album Glory to the Holy One . The album features sacred music written by award-winning composer Jeff Lippencott and Dr. R.C. Sproul. "This is one of the most personally rewarding projects of which I have ever been involved, and I am thrilled to see it come to fruition and to share this music with the church. I hope that you will be able to join us for this event." —Dr. R.C. Sproul
We Are Committed to God's Glory Alone
Come together to remember the burning truths of the Reformation, apply its spirit of protest to our times, and take courage for life and ministry. Come together for 10 main session talks, 9 breakout sessions, 10 gatherings, and 3 pre-conferences (live Spanish and deaf translations available). T4G 2016: April 12-14, Louisville, KY.
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Advice for Students Who Are Porn Addicts
Cut off the supply, and heal the wound. Ben Stuart offers helpful advice, on two fronts, for anyone struggling with an addiction to pornography.
How True Art Points to God
God gives us the ability to make art, but art that is put to His use. God fills the workers in Exodus with the Holy Spirit to create the tabernacle and the ark, and we should model our own art off of this inspired act of creation. Art created by Christians should do what Bezalel did: create a space in which individuals can meet with God. Art is incarnational on both sides of production and reception. Like Noah’s ark, too, true art takes on a life of its own that is completely outside the hands of the creator—a life imbued by God.
Fred Thompson, former US Senator, dead at 73
It continued: "Fred once said that the experiences he had growing up in small-town Tennessee formed the prism through which he viewed the world and shaped the way he dealt with life. Fred stood on principle and common sense, and had a deep love for and connection with the people across Tennessee whom he had the privilege to serve in the United States Senate. He enjoyed a hearty laugh, a strong handshake, a good cigar, and a healthy dose of humility. Fred was the same man on the floor of the Senate, the movie studio, or the town square of Lawrenceburg, his home."
If God Is in Control, Why Does Bad Stuff Keep Happening?
We live in a world where you can’t simply look at the evidence and say, “There you are, there is a good God, everything’s OK.” That’s why the good news of Jesus is that in the middle of this confusing world, with so much beauty but also so much sorrow, what God has done in Jesus launches a project, which says “Yes, the sorrow is real, but God has dealt with it and is dealing with it. The beauty and power of creation are real. God is going to do the new thing, for which those are signposts.”
What to Do When You’re Overwhelmed by the World
Disappointed with relevant on this article (NOTE) to Christians. Can't help but wonder if part of the problem was the whole House of Cards. That this program was given, I can't help but think the author watches this program. What we watch, read and participate in affects us. This program is filled with bad language and pornography. Of course you are going to feel overwhelmed by the world, sin is like that. The article was good, because almost everyone feels overwhelmed by life - truth is, at times life is hard. Being involved in prayer, petitions, voting - this was great advice! It can help keep us focused (on Christ), give us a purpose outside ourselves and teach our children what is important. But I was so very disappointed how this article started. I understand the purpose was to show the difference between physically caused due to demands (or choices) of life, like kids awake, or watching a marathon. But saying marathon of House of Cards, just replace that with, marathon of pornography and foul language. You are starting from a place where sin is not just prevalent, but endorsed.
What it Actually Means to Love Your Enemies
The love required of Christians goes beyond loving one another, however. In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus said, Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy. But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you; That ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven: for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust (Matthew 5:43-45). Jesus knew He was saying something radical. He knew that the world's standard was and is to love our neighbors and hate our enemies. Jesus wants more of His followers, however.
Can Someone be ‘Too Christian’?
Ooo the feels on this question. I have to admit that I feel the same way. I have a lot of friends who are arguably really conservative when compared to myself but I don't know if I ever saw it as 'too Christian'. I think the only people I can think that may fit this category are a pair of siblings I grew up with at my old church. Don't get me wrong, they're great people and strong servants of Christ, and the only moment I thought they were 'too Christian' was when we were graduating highschool. My friends and I were all gunning for the best school we could get into. It was what we worked hard for our whole lives. The other two on the other hand, rolled by with B's and C's because they had already decided to head to a small Christian college that didn't have grade criterias. In fact, you could show up on day 1 with a check and they'll let you in. Anyways, one day we were chatting about college and when we mentioned where we were all going, the two of them looked at us like we were nuts. The first words out of their mouths were, "Why aren't you guys going to a Christian school?" The tone wasn't so much as judgemental as it was in wonderment that we never even considered a 'Christian' university.
Learning to Love My Haters
I received pushback from the start, mostly from one critic, a young Somali woman I’ll call Maryan. She hated the way I characterized my refugee friends, nitpicking even the slightest details (for instance, I said that they loved Bollywood movies, which Maryan took to mean that I was implying no Somali people were sophisticated enough to enjoy black and white films). More readers shared her critiques than my original columns. People emailed me links to Maryan’s posts, and I clicked and read on in horror: how she hated me more than she hated anyone in the world, how she wished I was dead.
How Do I Praise Others but Avoid Flattery?
So the key question becomes: How can we celebrate or praise good things about another person without spreading a net for their feet or working their ruin? I think the key difference between good praise and bad flattery is this: Flattery is bad because it’s calculated. It is given with a view to obtaining some advantage (Jude 1:16). Flattery may be true. It may be not true. That is not the issue. You may be saying something true about somebody and still be flattering. The issue is whether it is calculated to achieve some purpose that is not rooted in the authentic, spontaneous delight that we take in the virtue we are praising.
Purity Is More Than Saving Sex for Marriage
James states that pure religion is we look after “orphans and widows” (1:27). But whatever cause we undertake—whether we’re called to care for widows and orphans, end sex trafficking, protect the environment, engage the business world, stop abortion or raise a godly family—it’s all fueled from the waters in our spiritual reservoir (see John 7:38).
The Fear of the Past and the Progress of the Saints - TIC
If man is homo superbus , whose only purpose is to be true to himself (whatever that means) as opposed to being true to the truth beyond himself, we have nothing to expect in the future but a libertine free-for-all that leads to the freefall of society into the abyss it has prepared for itself. If, on the other hand, man is homo viator we can measure true progress in terms of growth in virtue. All growth in virtue in individuals or in cultures is true progress. All absence of such growth is the absence of progress. It’s as simple as that, even though, as with all simple things, it is much easier said than done! Yet, however difficult the simple path may be, we can at least embark upon our true progress on this path of virtue with courageous enthusiasm. As Chesterton remarked, “being ‘progressive’ simply means you are prepared to go with great energy and excitement in the direction you want to go”. Surely the definition of a saint is one who courageously takes the path of virtue “with great energy and excitement”. Isn’t it comforting to know that, when all is said and don
1 -The Screwtape Letters (Narrated by John Cleese)
http://www.jesus2020.com GO HERE FOR PLAYLIST OF EVERY PART IN ORDER: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=... C.S. Lewis' "The Screwtape Letters" Narrated by John Cleese. The Screwtape Letters is a satirical Christian apologetics novel written in epistolary style by C. S. Lewis, first published in book form in February 1942. The story takes the form of a series of letters from a senior demon, Screwtape, to his nephew, a junior "tempter" named Wormwood, so as to advise him on methods of securing the damnation of a British man, known only as "the Patient".
Pride, Pro Baseball, and Perspective
Earlier this month Zobrist and I met at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City before his Royals played the Detroit Tigers. Rare is the professional baseball player equally comfortable talking about how bullpen depth has changed hitting as he is explaining why J. C. Ryle’s Five English Reformers is his favorite recent read. We talked about his own 2014 book, Double Play: Faith and Family First (B&H), co-written with his wife, Julianna, along with Mike Yorkey. Julianna, a Christian pop singer and mother to their two young children, never spends more than six days apart from Ben despite his rigorous six-month travel schedule during the season. Their love story unfolds over the course of the book.
Christmas Starts with Christ ‐ Premier premier
Christmas Starts with Christ is a campaign aimed at helping churches to make Christ and the amazing story of his birth the focus of the nation’s favourite time of year. Our vision is for the message “Christmas starts with Christ” to be visible amongst the busy-ness of the season, to act as a reminder that although there are many ways that we mark the celebration, Christ is the true meaning.
Renewing Your Mind | I Believe, Part 1 | November 2, 2015
Today, millions of church-goers around the world continue in the tradition of reciting the ancient symbol of Christendom—the Apostles' Creed. But do we actually believe what we profess? Beginning this new series on The Apostles' Creed, Dr. Sproul examines two crucial words that turn an outward profession into an inward conviction: "I Believe."
Fiorina on Getting Mocked by The View: ‘I Am Tired of Being Insulted by Liberal Feminists’
Carly Fiorina responded to being mocked by the hosts of The View on Fox News Sunday this morning by saying conservative women are a big threat to liberals. After Fiorina joked about being told to smile more at last week’s debate, the View hosts mocked Fiorina for looking “demented” and/or like a Halloween mask. They got criticized both by CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin and ex-View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
Taco Bell Is Giving Everyone Free Breakfast Because a Base Was Stolen in the World Series
If you are willing to make consuming fast food Tex-Mex the first (questionable) decision of your day, then Taco Bell would like to treat you to breakfast. Before the start of the World Series, the restaurant announced it would give away free “AM Crunchwraps” if there was stolen base during the MLB championship. Thanks to the Royals’ Lorenzo Cain, who successfully stole a second base this week, America will collectively be able to experience the intestinal adventure that is a free Taco Bell breakfast on Nov. 5.
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The Comeback: It's Not Too Late And You're Never Too Far
This reading plan includes seven daily devotions based on Louie Giglio’s book The Comeback: It’s Not Too Late and You’re Never Too Far. Each reading draws on examples of men and women in Scripture to show how God is in the business of giving fresh starts to people who need a comeback.
Debunking 4 Myths About Religious Freedom
Some suggest that religious freedom protections allow people simply to skirt the law, as though one is issued a card exempting him or her from catering gay weddings or providing abortion drugs in insurance plans. That’s hardly the case. We have long respected the right of religiously motivated conscientious objectors to be exempted from combat duty that violates their consciences. No, this doesn’t mean a laissez-faire policy of draft dodging for anyone who claims a religious objection. It just means the government looks into the religious claims and doesn’t force, by penalty of jail, Mennonites or other pacifists to drop bombs or fire rifles. Nor does the accommodation of Native American religions to use eagle feathers in their worship mean open season on endangered species.
RAANetwork on Twitter
"Because of total depravity, a sin like racism never disappears. It evolves into subtler, more nefarious forms."
Iran Imprisons Another American Citizen
Former Marine Amir Hekmati, who has duel citizenship with the U.S. and Iran, was arrested in 2011 and sentenced to death for espionage. His death sentence was overturned. The U.S. government has called for his release and has denied that he has been involved in any work for state or military intelligence. Hekmati is a combat veteran of the Iraqi war.
Rejoicing in Pain
One way of rejoicing in suffering comes from fixing our minds firmly on the greatness of the reward that will come to us in the resurrection. The effect of this kind of focus is to make our present pain seem small in comparison to what is coming: “I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us” (Romans 8:18; cf. 2 Corinthians 4:16–18). In making the suffering tolerable, rejoicing over our reward will also make love possible.
I Repented. Why Don’t I Feel Better?
Lately, I’ve been going through an intense time of confessing and repenting both to God and to others. Without giving all the nitty-gritty details, a sin pattern in my life came to light and I’ve had to face how much I’ve hurt others and how far I’ve wandered from God. It has been a painful experience, and while I know logically that this is healthy, I still feel tempted to retreat back into that sin. I’ve always been told that repenting and turning to Jesus makes everything better, but it doesn’t feel like it. Am I wrong to feel this way?
Church of Norway Votes in Favor of Gay Marriage
The General Synod of the Church of Norway, the largest Christian denomination in the Scandinavian country, has voted in favor of accepting same-sex marriage, and will be offering the service to gay couples in the future.
My Beloved (Live)
The live video of “My Beloved” was captured in Crowder’s new hometown of Atlanta at Passion City Church. With camera shots captured by drones, the music video features a festival atmosphere, complete with lasers, neon and banjos. After the recording, guests were invited to partake in a petting zoo and food trucks.
WORLD | Who is my neighbor? | Jamie Dean | Nov. 14, 2015
There’s a young Congolese woman who was separated from her parents during the war and lived in a refugee camp for 14 years. Heather Lowery, a church volunteer assisting her, says the young Christian woman is working hard at a manual job. Her goal is to pay back her travel loan to the U.S. government and go to college.
I am a lover of hip hop. I fell in love with the music form when I was 10, and I’ve never been the same since. As a child and a teenager, when I wasn’t in class or asleep, I was listening to my favorite rappers. I hung on their every word, and they had a lot to say. Most rappers don’t intend to be teachers, but that doesn’t mean I wasn’t learning. I listened closely to their ideas about the good life—and I liked what I heard.
Why Settle for the 'Wilberforce Option' When We Have Dr. King?
I appreciate the appeal of Gerson and Wehner’s Wilberforce Option. I certainly agree that it is better than angry combativeness or disillusioned withdrawal. Still, the Wilberforce Option reflects US evangelicalism’s continued love affair with cultural dominance. While many of his positions were unpopular, William Wilberforce accomplished much of his work from a place of great privilege. To be clear, this is a legitimate Christian form of public engagement. But I fear many evangelicals remain enamored with the pursuit of power as the primary resource for cultural engagement.
I Don’t Know What to Do With My Life. Help!
I have been working what I've realized is a dead-end job for the last few years, and I'm ready to move on, but I am trying to figure out what on earth I'm supposed to do for the rest of my life. I have been offered a ministry position at my church, but even though I love my church, I just don't feel like that's what I'm supposed to do. I still have a lot of debt from school, so I feel like I need to be somewhat practical. So my question is, how do I choose where to go next, and how do I know that is where God wants me, without feeling crippled by college debt making me jump at a chance to make money?
Contemporary America and a Call to Prayer
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Is Genesis 1:1 the Creation of Earth or the Universe?
For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org In March 2015, Dr William Lane Craig delivered the Cadbury Lectures at the University of Birmingham in the UK. The honor of being invited to deliver these prestigious lectures was especially meaningful since it was at the University of Birmingham that Dr Craig did his doctoral studies in philosophy in the late 1970s. In fact, for that very reason, the organizers asked him to stay an extra day to deliver an additional lecture at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts on the kalam cosmological argument, the focus of his doctoral work those many years ago. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains full length clips: http://www.youtube.com/reasonablefait... Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/reasonablefa...
Did Matthew Think Peter Was a False Disciple?
In a response to a lecture Gundry gave that preceded the book, Westmont provost Mark Sargent praised Gundry’s “close textual analysis” and said his argument “succeeds best in demonstrating that Matthew amplifies the false discipleship theme in his own self-contained narrative.” But he was unconvinced that “Peter’s denial of Christ in Matthew brands him once and for all as a false disciple destined for eternal damnation.” Sargent believes placing Peter alongside Judas is an interpretive misstep. Judas’s lapse “is forecast right from the get-go,” he said. “But why not Peter also if Matthew is intent on the parallel?”
How Can God Be A Trinity?
The bible teaches that God is triune. But how can God be three and one? Isn't this a contradiction? Sean briefly defines the Trinity and shows how there is no contradiction in the Christian view of God when it is properly understood.
Bubble-Wrapping Our Kids
Yes! But the key is what I learned in my years of teaching teens and college students: Remove the bubble wrap. And like Moody, encourage them toward a God-sized vision for their lives. Help them see their giftedness and how it relates to the needs in their world, so that they can pursue their role in God's restoration of all things under the lordship of Christ.
Coming to Terms with a Post-Christian World
Gerson and Wehner are surely correct that Christians must learn to live in a world—I would call it a post-Christian world—that accepts same-sex marriage. And they are right to say that as a general rule, Christians should work with LGBT citizens and their allies on causes both sides support.