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Watch Colbert Try to Convert Bill Maher to Christianity

The host of HBO political talk show Real Time, Bill Maher, was recently a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and things got a little testy when the topic of personal faith came up. Maher—who is famously anti-religion—and Colbert jokingly debated the merits of Catholicism, ancient wisdom and even Pascal's Wager. Colbert’s attempt to bring Maher back to the Church wasn’t exactly successful, but it made for a lively two minutes of TV.

Russell Brand on the problem of porn | Think Christian

Russell Brand's Trews episode about the problem of pornography is remarkably consistent with a sound Christian theology of sex.

Amanda Blackburn, Murdered Pregnant Pastor's Wife Was Raped, Sources Say

Amanda Blackburn, the pregnant wife of Resonate Church Pastor Davey Blackburn who was fatally shot in the head during a home invasion last Tuesday, was also sexually assaulted.

My Biggest Evangelism Mistake

Have you ever shared your faith in a way you later regret? Sean shares an evangelistic failure, lessons from it, and advice how to better share your faith.

Jimmy Fallon and Justin Bieber Have Created the Ultimate Secret Handshake

If you and your BFFs are looking for a secret handshake, look no further. Jimmy Fallon and Justin Bieber have fashioned the best secret handshake since Lindsey Lohan and her butler in The Parent Trap. This has to be the modern-day interpretation of greeting one another with a holy kiss.

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Blind Spots : Book Excerpt

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Commodifying Human Life

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Are You Infected by the Culture of Death?

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The Fundamentals Personified

In the doctrine of justification by faith, it is Christ’s own perfect righteousness, imputed to the believer, that makes the pivotal difference between true biblical justification and the corrupted doctrine of Roman Catholicism and the cults. That is what Paul meant when he wrote, “Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes” (Romans 10:4). It is also why Paul wrote that Christ is become to us righteousness (1 Corinthians 1:30), and it is why Jeremiah called Him “The Lord our righteousness” (Jeremiah 23:6). The Lord Himself, Jesus Christ, is our righteousness (Jeremiah 33:16). That is the very essence of justification by faith alone, sola fide .

Triablogue: Three stages of jihad

Still, if you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.

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Helen Shapiro // Finding Jesus // The Profile

Singer and actress Helen Shapiro tells Premier's Maria Rodrigues how she found faith in Jesus Christ. Join us for an in-depth interview with a well known Christian speaker, author or public figure every Saturday afternoon. The Profile is broadcast every Saturday at 4pm on Premier Christian Radio and is brought to you in association with Premier Christianity Magazine. For more 'The Profile' interviews, visit: | For more video and audio content: | Like us on Facebook | Tweet us @TogetherPremier

Christian convert attacked in Bradford - premier

A man who converted from Islam to Christianity has been attacked in an alleged religious hate crime.

Awaiting the Fullness of Joy in Service

Someday, I want to stand before Jesus and be able to honestly say, “I did it, with your help. Even though it was with shaky faith and much struggling, I poured myself out in serving those who are most forgotten and in need, just like you told me to.”

The Freethinking Argument

For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.

E! is Canceling 'The Soup'

Because all good things must come to an end, E! is canceling The Soup after a successful 12-year run. The show's host, Joel McHale, relaunched The Soup back in 2004 after it first debuted as Talk Soup with Greg Kennear in 1991. Since then, it has provided countless hours of laughs and mercilessly made fun of reality shows like Keeping Up With The Kardashians . The last episode will air December 18.

Cosmology, the Big Bang, and the Beginning -

My reluctance to accept my Dad’s dementia diagnosis is not all that different from the reluctance demonstrated by many in the scientific community when the evidence for the “Big Bang” was discovered.  The “Big Bang” describes the scientific theory that all space, matter and time came into being at some point in the finite past.  This was significant because “all throughout history men have assumed that the universe as a whole was unchanging…the universe itself was just there…”1 The reaction by many in the scientific community was curious.  Professor of Physics at Auburn University  J. M. Wersinger explains:

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What’s the Point of Thinking Deeply About God?

So how might we motivate everyone to grow in this skill? Now since non-thinkers are unlikely to be motivated by thinking, the most fruitful approach for Erin, the thinker, is to show the kind of fruits of her own thinking which non-thinkers really get excited about. And it sounds like Erin is really good at this. She talks about her affections for God being raised, about rejoicing in God, loving him, wanting to lift up her voice and sing a hymn because of her thinking. And all of that, it seems to me, is exactly what would awaken an emotionally hungry non-thinker to be curious. “How do you keep the fires of your emotions stoked like that?” And then you would be able to give some illustrations of how thinking provides the kindling that you throw on the fires of your heart.

Renewing Your Mind | A Heavenly Inheritance | November 20, 2015

I recently completed a study of the book of Joshua, and while midway through, I came upon a magnificent passage amidst the record of the division of land among the twelve tribes. In 13:33, it is recorded: “But to the tribe of Levi Moses gave no inheritance; the LORD God of Israel is their inheritance, just as he said to them.” As a pastor in the twenty-first century and in the spiritual line of the Levitical priesthood, I was deeply humbled and delighted to read of the glorious inheritance of the Lord’s ministers in the Old Testament. Although the Lord commanded the other tribes to give the Levites cities in which to dwell, thus demonstrating the Lord’s care for the physical well being of His ministers (Josh. 21), their inheritance was far greater than that of the other tribes — they were given the Lord Himself as their inheritance. Their lives were dedicated to the Lord God Almighty, and with beautiful accord, the Lord God Almighty dedicated Himself to them.

What the Bible Says About How to Treat Refugees

All of the above is how the individual is to treat others, not a policy argument. The Good Samaritan took the stranger to an inn to care for him. We have similar options in caring for the refugees in countries nearer to their home. We serve many in need in their home countries. We have established safe havens in Iraqi Kurdistan after the Gulf War. It would be wise for us to pause the refugee program in the states and maintain care overseas, at least for a bit. We have done it before in 2011.

Building His Church in a Refugee Crisis

In the wake of terror attacks in Paris and Beirut, the response from Americans — even among Christians — has been as strong as it is divided. While many have called for Americans to follow their nobler impulses and respond in compassion, courage, and love by welcoming refugees, many others (including now a majority of the country’s state governors) have voiced their strong disapproval for accepting any refugees, citing significant security concerns. Many are asking, What does the vetting process look like for incoming refugees? Can we accept only Christian refugees but turn away Muslims? How do we bring together a desire to show compassion with the responsibility to keep our country safe?

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He stilled violent seas, healed the sick, brought the dead to life. But what’s the significance of Jesus’ miracles? And what do they have to do with how you minister today? Get a life-changing look at the living, ruling Savior in John MacArthur’s study, Jesus Over All .

College Encourages Lively Exchange Of Idea

BOSTON—Saying that such a dialogue was essential to the college’s academic mission, Trescott University president Kevin Abrams confirmed Monday that the school encourages a lively exchange of one idea. “As an institution of higher learning, we recognize that it’s inevitable that certain contentious topics will come up from time to time, and when they do, we want to create an atmosphere where both students and faculty feel comfortable voicing a single homogeneous opinion,” said Abrams, adding that no matter the subject, anyone on campus is always welcome to add their support to the accepted consensus. “Whether it’s a discussion of a national political issue or a concern here on campus, an open forum in which one argument is uniformly reinforced is crucial for maintaining the exceptional learning environment we have cultivated here.” Abrams told reporters that counseling resources were available for any student made uncomfortable by the viewpoint.


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Hillary Clinton: Muslims Are 'Peaceful and Tolerant,' Have 'Nothing Whatsoever to Do With Terrorism' - Breitbart

In a statement her own campaign Tweeted out as her marquee comment, Clinton declared: “Let’s be clear: Islam is not our adversary. Muslims are peaceful and tolerant people and have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism.”


U.S. resettlement groups respond to governors’ call to halt arrival of Syrians fleeing ISIS terror

Muslim world reacts to Obama's latest speech - IPhoneConservative

For those that understand "Poe's Law" no further disclaimer is required. For those that don't.........I suggest you look it up. Please visit where original unedited clip was taken from. They do invaluable work in detailing and reporting on the media in the Middle East.

Should We Pray For ISIS to Be Defeated or Converted?

Jesus says to love our enemies and to pray for those who persecute us (Matt. 5:44). The Spirit of Jesus in the prophets and in the apostles also tells us that those who turn a blind eye to the killing of others are wrong. The reason we feel contradictory praying for both justice against ISIS and salvation among ISIS is partly because we fail to distinguish between the mission of the state in the use of the temporal sword against evildoers (Rom. 13:4) and the mission of the church in the use of the sword of the Spirit against sin and death and the devil (Eph. 6). But that’s not, I think, the main problem.

3 Tips For A More Civil Conversation About Syrian Refugees

In “ Help Refugees Help Themselves ,” an essay in the latest issue of Foreign Affairs, Alexander Betts and Paul Collier offer a plan that would resettle Syrian refugees closer to home. While hundreds of thousands of Syrians have sought refuge in Europe, millions have instead made their way to Lebanon, Jordan, and Turkey. Some have found themselves in refugee camps; others have settled in cities, where they work illegally and lead a marginal existence. Betts and Collier offer a more sustainable solution: Instead of herding refugees into camps where they are forced to subsist on aid, they call for the creation of special economic zones. Essentially, a consortium of countries, including all of the major Western economies, would create financial incentives and trade concessions to spur industrial development in these zones, which would employ refugees and, in some number, citizens of the host country. Betts and Collier note that the Jordanian government has already established a number of industrial zones, one of which, King Hussein Bin Talal Development Area in the eastern Mafraq Governorate, is just 10 miles away from the sprawling Zaatari refugee camp.

The Fine Tuning of the Universe

For more resources visit: Be sure to view the Kalam Cosmological Argument animation video: Reasonable Faith features the work of philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig and aims to provide in the public arena an intelligent, articulate, and uncompromising yet gracious Christian perspective on the most important issues concerning the truth of the Christian faith today, such as: -the existence of God -the meaning of life -the objectivity of truth -the foundation of moral values -the creation of the universe -intelligent design -the reliability of the Gospels -the uniqueness of Jesus -the historicity of Jesus' resurrection -the challenge of religious pluralism Read more: We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains full-length clips: Follow Reasonable Faith on Twitter: http://twitter.

When God Leaves You Waiting

The waiting room where God performs heart surgery is normally not a physical place, but a lingering season that follows a disappointment. These situations often leave us with only a few tough options. We can focus on regret, run away from our problems by ignoring them, or we can look forward to the resurrection that is going to take place in our lives.

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Ravi Zacharias Visits Egypt to Present the Christian Worldview in a Series of Gatherings | RZIM

All public events will be held at Kasr El Dobara Church (KDEC) in Cairo. On Friday, November 20, Zacharias will speak at 10:30 a.m. on the foundations of the Christian faith, and at 1:00 p.m. Maher will speak on the practical implications of following the Biblical worldview. Friday evening, Ravi will speak to a youth gathering on “The Problem of Pleasure.” Sanj Kalra, an itinerant speaker with RZIM accompanying Zacharias on this visit, will also share his testimony of how Jesus Christ transformed his life.

Why Women And Child Refugees Are A Threat

We only have to look to an attack as recent as Paris to see that this is true. When police raided a suburban Paris apartment where they believed the mastermind of the attacks was holed up and planning another attack, they found a woman, who blew herself up with an explosive vest. How many other women are playing either a support or active role in terrorism plots across the West? The use of women is becoming increasingly common as radical Islamists seek to breach areas on high alert for military-aged men.


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What 'The Hunger Games' Taught Three Millennials

Matthew: The Capitol clearly still has a lot of power, mostly in terms of military strength and control of information—at the end of the movie, for example, they let the rebel hovercraft escape so they can send Peeta, their weapon, into District 13. But District 13 and Coin have some unique forms of power that they can use unconventionally and asymmetrically—Beetee's technical wizardry and Katniss's stardom mixed with sympathetic anger—to move the needle against the Capitol. Katniss has power that they use, but she doesn't exercise very much agency over it in this movie, or in any of the other movies so far.

Five Mistakes Pastors Make On Social Media

A pastor who is not on social media could be compared to a pastor not using the telephone, computers, or microphones when they preach. Social media gives each pastor the equivalent of their own TV station, radio station, and printing press. This is one area of our culture pastors cannot afford to sit-out. The potential reach of social media is far more than the average pastor will personally minister to personally in their lifetimes.

Grace Is Not a Thing

Grace is for godly people. As much as people may not say this explicitly, many believe it deep down. It results from the simple misconception that God loves good people rather than that God’s love makes people good. But the Bible is not a story of God looking for good people, but one of God redeeming sinful people. And that should come as good news. Grace is for ungodly people, but it transforms them into godly people. We must understand this, because a decision for Christ apart from devotion to Christ is more about fleeting emotions than lifelong commitment.

12 Signs You Were Definitely Homeschooled

Denim frocks, scrunchies and similar things were cool when Bonnie Hunt wore them in the early ’90s, but they definitely were not cool when worn by 13-17 year-olds in 2006. And the list of things you weren't allowed to wear was likely too long to recount. A personal favorite: Graphic tees. Most homeschool moms were in agreement with the “no shirts with anything remotely questionable on it” policy. And it didn’t even have to be offensive.

Inventing the Universe by Alister McGrath, book review

Since the first half of the 19th century, when new scientific disciplines and revolutionary scientific concepts began to take shape, scientists have been eager to share their discoveries with the general public. Concepts such as evolution and the vastness of geological time challenged not only the scientific consensus but literal interpretations of the Bible, so it is not surprising that they provoked vigorous debate – and continue to do so.

Under Our Skin: A TGC Webcast

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Five Reasons Death Is Gain

Christ is a more wonderful person than anyone on earth. He is wiser, stronger, and kinder than anyone you enjoy spending time with. He is endlessly interesting. He knows exactly what to do and what to say at every moment to make his guests as glad as they can possibly be. He overflows in love and with infinite insight into how to use that love to make his loved ones feel loved. Therefore Paul said . . .

Of Monsters and Men

“You feel almost stupid about sometimes not loving it. Of course, there are a lot of things that happen at home that you miss out on ... and there’s this weird feeling of isolation, too. Because we all get what’s happening. There’s this whole world and this family, and then everyone kind of splits up and goes back home. And it’s kind of isolating in a way, because nobody really knows what’s been happening out on tour.”

A History of Faith and Flatulence

Some predictable names and tales appear. Monty Python, G. K. Chesterton, and Jonathan Swift have cameos. And of course, reformer Martin Luther (1483–1546) is prominent. Luther satirized the countless dubious relics in the Middle Ages, making a list of ones he expected the Catholic Church to trot out next: “Three flames from the burning bush on Mount Sinai . . . A whole pound of wind that roared by Elijah in the cave on Mount Horeb . . . Two feathers and an egg from the Holy Spirit.” Sprinkling his rhetoric with ample references to anal emissions, Luther could even turn his mockery back on himself: “I resist the Devil, and often it is with a fart that I chase him away.” Luther wanted to puncture religious pretense wherever he found it, including among his own ranks. He wasn’t above passing gas to do so.

Do Christians underestimate fiction? | Think Christian

Love this piece, Caryn. I’ve fretted over that perennial statistic before, too…because I find myself in that Christian majority who prefers a work on nonfiction to fiction. I have to actually discipline myself to take a break from reading works of theology and spirituality in order to delve into a good sci-fi or fantasy novel, or even the occasional saccharine romance. I have to fight a latent feeling that my time spent reading fiction like this is “wasted,” especially when I’m doing good most days to read more than ten pages at a time.

Is The Bible Really Accurate? by Mark Mittelberg

Sir William M. Ramsay of Oxford University, one of the great archaeologists of the last century, started out as a staunch skeptic, doubting many of the details recorded in the New Testament. Specifically, he thought Luke was foolish in his storytelling because he named so many specific names, locations, and dates. These specifics would be easy to check out and refute—assuming, as Ramsay did at the beginning, that they were not actually true. But over his thirty years of study, research, and excavation, Ramsay increasingly realized that Luke’s writings in both the Gospel of Luke and the book of Acts were accurate records of the events and details they reported. He later summarized his findings in this way: “Luke is a historian of the first rank...This author should be placed along with the very greatest of historians.” 

Too Poor to Get Out of Jail

Skyrocketing crime rates in Nairobi have put pressure on police to make arrests and solve cases. Poor men like Kelvin become easy targets to pin crimes on, even with no legal justification. In 2013, an independent review of Kenya’s policing found that 64 percent of felony cases lacked sufficient evidence to charge detainees in the first place. In other words, nearly two out of every three cases failed meet the standard to charge them with the crime, much less find them guilty. Not surprisingly, when cases do finally come to trial, only 25 percent result in convictions.

La Sagrada Familia and God as unhurried client | Think Christian

La Sagrada Familia is a work of incomparable brilliance. Although vaguely Gothic in plan and profile, its actual expression in stone is entirely Gaudí. He devised the structure and ornament as a singular, inseparable whole, inventing a new architecture to realize his vision. While architects are generally to be discouraged from trying to invent new architectures (it can tend to make cities appear chaotic), Gaudí’s doing so is entirely appropriate. The Gothic echoes in the building’s shape, if not its details, provide a comforting familiarity that shatters on closer inspection.

How to Lead After a Church Split and Other Listener Questions - Rainer on Leadership #176 -

Todd: I have been in ministry for two decades now. I have served in children’s, youth, college, young adult, interim, and missions roles. I was also a senior pastor for a year. I left that pastorate feeling led into church planting. That journey led me to eventually being part of a team and assisting another lead planter for a season. Towards the end of the time in that role I started looking for a full time job in the ministry again. I have been looking for almost three years now. Discouragement has been difficult at times. I have heard from some churches but not many. I am unsure where to turn or what to do at this point. I have had my resume listed with the state conventions in several states as well as directly contacted a number of DOM’s in an area where my wife and I might like to live. My question is what can and should I do at this point? I feel stuck in a secular job, where I work as hard as I can, but I do not feel fulfilled in. And at times I worry some of my most productive years are being wasted outside of ministry.

¡Despierta! Un llamado a Pastores y Lideres Latinoamericanos

Algo nuevo está sucediendo entre los Protestantes Hispanos en Norte-América y especialmente en Latinoamérica. Dios, para su propia gloria, ha alzado nuevas voces para proclamar la verdad bíblica de una manera fresca y nueva. Al mismo tiempo, Dios parece estar creando un hambre; un hambre espiritual en esta población que comprende más de 50 millones de personas en los Estados Unidos solamente. La generación joven está buscando de la enseñanza sólida, bíblica y cuando lo encuentran, hay una sensación de emoción que se puede percibir inmediatamente. Uno no puede más que pensar en la parábola de la moneda perdida. Para algunos, la nueva enseñanza puede significar una fe recién descubierta y para otros es el reavivamiento de una fe que sólo necesitaba ser fortalecida. En cualquier caso, “¡Despierta!” es la llamada del día para los pastores latinoamericanos y líderes de la Iglesia. Despierta, a lo que Dios está haciendo; únete a este movimiento de Dios y móntate a Su ola.

Iceman Confirms 'Top Gun 2' Is Happening

Apparently, we're pausing the '90s revival movement to reboot an iconic '80s flick. Val Kilmer, the actor who played Tom Cruise's foil in the 1986 classic, Top Gun , posted to Facebook that he has agreed to reprise his role as Iceman in a sequel. There are few details available about the movie, but we do know that Cruise and producer Jerry Bruckheimer are on board as well. While, sure, this movie could be fun, let's hope the jorts-clad beach volleyball scenes stay in the '80s.

Book Review: "Who Was Adam?" - 10-Year Update by Fazale Rana with Hugh Ross

The updated portion of the book is significant. Those wondering if it is worth getting for this update should know the answer is in the affirmative. There are over 100 additional pages filled with analysis of more recent discoveries and how they impact the RTB model of human origins. To their credit, the authors frankly admit areas in which their predictions were mistaken or their model is challenged. Perhaps the most interesting section is that in which Rana and Ross analyze various behaviors thought to be evidence of early culture among hominids and the like (chapter 23). They show that these behaviors might be anthropomorphism of animal behavior. The chapter on junk DNA shows how scientific discovery has confirmed one of the predictions of the RTB model, and the concluding pair of chapters analyze arguments for and against the RTB model and its viability.

What Kind of God Would Condemn People to Eternal Torment?

On what basis can I so strongly and confidently assert the necessity and existence of eternal, conscious torment in hell, even if my heart naturally cries out in rebellion against the thought? Only because God’s Word is clear on the matter. The Bible describes hell as a place where God pours out His wrath on people who have been created in His image (Matthew 10:28; 25:46; Revelation 14:10–11; 20:10–15). God the Father has appointed His Son to be the eternal Judge who will condemn people to hell (Matthew 25:31–34, 25:41; Acts 10:42). This is not momentary or temporary torture dispensed by Satan or his demons, but eternal torment poured out by God Himself. This punishment will be inflicted upon conscious human beings, people who know who they are, what they were, what they have done (Luke 16:22–31).

Ligonier Ministries

You know the story. A man has been a believer in Christ for decades. To all outward appearances he’s a man of Christian faithfulness and integrity. He has maintained a reputation as a fine example of public and private faithfulness to the things of God for decades. Then, without warning, it all collapses into a sinkhole of sin. Everyone wonders how it could have happened so quickly. In most cases, it soon becomes known that — like most sinkholes — the problem didn’t develop overnight.

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God Created Man Male and Female: What Does It Mean to Be Complementarian?

Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.” So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. And God blessed them. And God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth.” And God said, “Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the face of all the earth, and every tree with seed in its fruit. You shall have them for food. And to every beast of the earth and to every bird of the heavens and to everything that creeps on the earth, everything that has the breath of life, I have given every green plant for food.” And it was so. And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good. And there was evening and there was morning, the sixth day.

Baptist 21 panel builds bridges | Florida Baptist

A Baptist 21 panel discussion designed to improve communication among the generations of pastors serving in the Sunshine State was held in conjunction with the Florida Baptist State Convention.

What Is An "Objective" Moral Value or Duty?

For more resources visit: In 2011 Dr William Lane Craig spoke at the Forum of Christian Leaders (FOCL) in Hungary. While they he spoke on the topic, "Five Arguments for Theism" and took questions from the audience to accompany his lecture. In this clip, Dr Craig answers the question, "What is an objective moral value or duty?" We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook:

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Things Women Shouldn’t Say When They Catch Their Husbands Watching Porn

I have to say that while I usually enjoy RELEVANT's articles for being balanced and thoughtful, I am disappointed in this one. First, it's telling women what NOT to say, in a culture that silences women all the time. You might as well say, "Women, you should be discerning with your words in though situations," as if that were not obvious. Second, the article has the pretense of being understanding towards wives, but it really is showing the understanding towards husbands. And third of all, if there is so much "research" backing up how men are more visual and sexual, then it needs to be presented in the article. From the research I have done, men and women have the same level of physical and psychological reaction to sexual images, but men choose to act on those reactions more often. However, many researchers theorize that it is because of culture, not nature. Men are told that they are visual, that they are more sexual, that they just can't help it because it is "how God created them." The more our culture tells this to men, the more the issue is perpetuated. The article should be about how to stand up against sin, which God made us all capable to do in Him.

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57 The Gestation of Greatness?
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61 Islam and Terrorism | Apologetics Index
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67 UK strikes on IS in Syria 'defensible' says Cardinal Vincent Nichols - premier
68 Here's Where America's 338,000 Christian Refugees Come From
69 Is the Oral Tradition Comparable to the Telephone Game?
70 Dave Grohl and Joseph Gordon-Levitt Are Headed to ‘The Muppets’
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