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This remarkable passage has at its center an indictment of thanklessness. They did not honor Him as God or give thanks . Paul wants us to understand that the refusal to honor God and give thanks is a raw form of the primal sin. Theologians have long debated the foundational sin — and answers have ranged from lust to pride. Nevertheless, it would seem that being unthankful, refusing to recognize God as the source of all good things, is very close to the essence of the primal sin. What explains the rebellion of Adam and Eve in the Garden? A lack of proper thankfulness was at the core of their sin. God gave them unspeakable riches and abundance, but forbade them the fruit of one tree. A proper thankfulness would have led our first parents to avoid that fruit at all costs, and to obey the Lord’s command. Taken further, this first sin was also a lack of thankfulness in that the decision to eat the forbidden fruit indicated a lack of thankfulness that took the form of an assertion that we creatures — not the Creator — know what is best for us and intend the best for us.

4 Arrive Alive

Now since this is a Christian worldview broadcast, let me give you a Christian worldview take on all of this: Needlessly endangering your life and the lives of others is bad. When you’re behind the wheel, to quote the Bible, do it with all your might. So put down the phone. Turn off the apps. Arrive alive.

Happy Thanksgiving Greeting from Greg Koukl | Stand to Reason

As Thanksgiving approaches, I’m thankful for all the work STR’s donors made possible this year. Prayers and support have allowed STR to equip and train you and many others to be more effective ambassadors for Christ. I invite you to watch this video we put together for you with highlights of what STR accomplished this year. We’re very grateful for the friendship, prayers, generosity, and the opportunity to create training tools for you to meet the challenges you are facing as a Christian ambassador.

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Wisconsin grants Jill Stein's request for recount of votes for president

#1: Are We Raising a Generation of Almost Christians? [Podcast] - Jonathan Morrow

Are we raising a generation of almost Christians? Why are students walking away from the faith? As moms and dads, how do we help our children build a lasting faith? How do we overcome a culture dominated by feelings? How do we make a difference in the lives of our children? These are just few of the questions I talk about in this episode of Your Worldview Podcast.

Philosopher Stephen T. Davis on Tolerance

"There is no necessary connection between being an objectivist on truth and being intolerant.  Of course, there is a historical tendency that can be disturbing--a sense of absolute certainty does lead some people to intolerance and imperialism.  Still, relativists who try to make this point don't seem to realize that there can be moral systems that are taken to be objectively true and that teach or even require tolerance...The Christian motivation for tolerance is not that nobody has the objective truth but that Jesus told us to love all people and especially our enemies.  And we Christians try to practice tolerance and respect for people precisely because we believe that Jesus' teaching is true (i.e., objectively true)." 1 Courage and Godspeed,Chad Footnote: 1. Stephen T. Davis, Rational Faith, p. 20. Related Posts Common Objection #28- "Tolerance Requires Us to Accept All Views Equally!" Alan Shlemon on Tolerance Video: Was Jesus Intolerant? by Dr. Frank Turek

Lord, Break My Heart

But such remembering is perhaps most beautifully portrayed in Acts 2:44–45, where “all who believed were together and had all things in common [and] were selling their possessions and belongings and distributing the proceeds to all, as any had need.” This is a sign and wonder: to be so moved, so distressed, by another’s distress, that one gives his wealth away to provide for the other’s need. But again we remember what Jesus said, in fact, when someone would not give his wealth to the poor, “With man it is impossible, but not with God. For all things are possible with God” (Mark 10:27).

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Check out a classic Chuck Colson BreakPoint commentary on Thanksgiving, Squanto and the providence of God.

11 Thankful for What? Thankful to Whom?

That’s what drove the Pilgrims to hold the first Thanksgiving. Gratefulness. For survival. But some historians suggest that first gathering was nothing more than a Harvest Feast, a common occurrence from Europe that the Pilgrims were mere imitating. Therefore, they say, it really wasn’t a religious gathering at all but a secular one.

What Is Thanksgiving Day?

Thanksgiving is an American holiday that stretches all the way back to a time long before America became a nation. The Pilgrims landed in 1620. They faced brutal conditions and were woefully unprepared. Roughly half of them died in that first year. Then they had a successful harvest of corn. In November of 1621 they decided to celebrate a feast of thanksgiving.

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Sin Will Never Make You Happy

What is the sword of the Spirit? It’s the word of God (Ephesians 6:17). Here’s where faith comes in. “Faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ” (Romans 10:17). The word of God cuts through the fog of Satan’s lies and shows me where true and lasting happiness is to be found. And so the word helps me stop trusting in the potential of sin to make me happy, and instead entices me to trust in God’s promise of joy (Psalm 16:11).

Pages and Pages of Joy

As Christmas approaches, we wanted to remind you of our recent titles from the team at Desiring God. We’ve done our best to saturate them in the Bible and fill them with God and his gospel, and we’ve prayed over them again that they might be a means of God’s grace not only for you, but also your loved ones.

Who Could Be Happy in a World Like Ours?

And yet, so often, happiness seems to be pulled just out of our reach — institutionalized abortion, mass shootings, the recurrence of cancer, moral collapse, unfaithful friends, personal sins that seem so embedded in our bones that they just won’t die. Who could be happy in such a world as ours?

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Renewing Your Mind | The Priest with Dirty Clothes | Nov 25, 2016

Dr. R.C. Sproul tells of a young priest who falls from his horse. The mud ruins his garments, dashing his hopes of appearing before the king. But the great prince offers his own beautiful clothes, echoing the timeless message of the Lord Jesus Christ atoning for our sin and clothing us with the robe of His perfect righteousness, without which no one can see God.

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"Contentment is a choice." Lydia Brownback on finding contentment:

Jesus and the Culture of His Day: An Interview with Craig A. Evans

Craig A. Evans: All that we have of history are “remains,” either remains of writings or the physical remains of human culture. With respect to Jesus we have a significant body of writings and physical remains, which are brought to light through archaeological excavations and analysis. My book assembles the most important of these remains and then interprets the remains and the written records in a way that sheds light on one another.

Is the Empty Tomb A Legend?

For more resources visit: In 1998, Dr William Lane Craig debated Professor Keith M. Parsons at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, TX. The topic of the debate was "Why I Am/Am Not a Christian." After the debate there was a lengthy exchange between the debaters lead by the moderator. The debate concluded with a question and answer period allowing both Dr Craig and Professor Parsons the opportunity to respond. 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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Conservative #AnywhereButTARGET Campaign Website Shut Down for 'Diversity' Reasons and to 'Stop Hate' | The Stream

A conservative corporate watchdog group’s effort to galvanize conservatives against Target’s restroom and changing-room policies was shut down on Thanksgiving Day by the server company hosting its website, because the campaign allegedly violated the company’s effort to “create an inclusive workplace” respectful of “diversity.”

BBC drops head of religion role - premier

A BBC spokesman has told Premier it will not be appointing a new head of religion and ethics to replace Aaqil Ahmed.

Science and Faith: An Interview with a Biochemist

Through RTB’s Visiting Scholar Program, we often have the pleasure of hosting and working with experts in various fields of study. Earlier this year, RTB welcomed Dr. Russ Carlson, a biochemist who has contributed to important research on complex carbohydrates and taught at the University of Georgia for 26 years. Russ received his PhD in biochemistry from the University of Colorado in 1976, and currently serves as an emeritus professor of biochemistry and molecular biology and of the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia.

Reminder: There Are 10 ‘Friends’ Thanksgiving Episodes on Netflix

Traveling to be with your family? Have the day off in the lead up to the holiday? Just looking for a little Wednesday night binge watching? Here’s your friendly reminder that there are 10 Friends Thanksgiving episodes on Netflix, ready for your seasonal enjoyment.

27 Squanto and the Miracle of Thanksgiving - Metaxas, Eric &

Experience the true story from American history about the spiritual roots and historical beginnings of Thanksgiving. This entertaining and historical story shows that the actual hero of Thanksgiving was neither white nor Indian but God. In 1608, English traders came to Massachusetts and captured a twelve-year-old Indian, Squanto, and sold him into slavery. He was raised by Christians and taught faith in God. Ten years later he was sent home to America. Upon arrival, he learned an epidemic had wiped out his entire village. But God had plans for Squanto. God delivered a Thanksgiving miracle: an English-speaking Indian living in the exact place where the Pilgrims landed in a strange new world.

Archbishop backs expansion of school savings clubs - premier

The Archbishop of Canterbury has given his backing to an expansion of savings clubs and financial education in primary schools across England.

Christian persecution 'getting worse' - premier

Christian persecution is getting worse across the world, according to a landmark report on the issue released in Parliament today.

1 Peter 4:15: Do You Suffer Because of Your Sin?

The cross defangs the fatal bite of sin — but it can still have devastating consequences. In this lab, Pastor John tells us not to consider ourselves to be martyrs when we suffer for our own sin.

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Road Trip Q&A 2: Can Muslims Defend the Quran by Pointing to Old Testament Violence?

Support my video projects on Patreon: Can Muslims justify violence in the Qur'an by pointing to violence in the Old Testament? In this video, David Wood and Nabeel Qureshi respond to the question: "Dear David how would you answer a Muslim that tries to show the violence of the Old Testament as a way of justifying the violence of the Quran. Like 'the Old Testament is filled with violent passages yet you choose to believe Christianity is peaceful. It's for the same reason I believe Islam is peaceful despite some violent verses.'"

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35 The 2016 Youth Reads Christmas Book List

If you have teens or preteens to buy books for this Christmas, we're here to help! I've compiled a list of all the best-reviewed books on the Youth Reads page over the past two years, with direct links to Amazon or the Colson Center store. (Note: Where series are mentioned, I've linked instead to the original Youth Reads review, which contains links to all the books in that series.) "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain. Target audience: Middle school, high school. This classic is a cultural snapshot, a critical look at a particular time and place in our nation’s history, delivered with perceptiveness and wit that could only come from Mark Twain. (Reminder: What is now a highly offensive racial slur was then a common part of speech and as such is used liberally, causing the book to be challenged frequently in schools. Parents should be aware.) "Breeder" by K. B. Hoyle. Target audience: High school. Hoyle's award-winning sci-fi novel tackles weighty topics—trustworthiness, human worth, reproductive technology, cloning—realistically and honestly. The author's Christian worldview shapes her vision of dystopia, and offers a note of hope.

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Oy With the Poodles Already

In case you lived under a rock in a prior decade, Gilmore Girls was a WB (and CW) dramedy that aired from 2000 to 2007. In it, Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) was a single mother who raised her brainy daughter Rory (Alexis Bledel) in the small Connecticut town of Stars Hollow, populated by quirky, lovable characters, especially Luke (Scott Patterson), the gruff guy who owned the diner and Lorelai’s on-and-off love interest, and Lorelai’s best friend Sookie (Melissa McCarthy!), a chef. The show was funny, noticeably fast-talking, and mostly friendly enough for parents and teens to watch together; it grappled with some very big themes in both Lorelai’s and Rory’s coming-of-age stories, and it did it without seeming like a Story About Growing Up.

The Book of Revelation: How Difficult Was Its Journey into the Canon?

The Book of Revelation: How Difficult Was Its Journey into the Canon? by Michael J. Kruger The story of the New Testament canon is a fascinating one, with many twists and turns.  There are books that were accepted very quickly, almost from the start (e.g., the four gospels), and there are other books that struggled to find a home (e.g., 2 Peter). And then there is the book of Revelation.  Few today would contest the claim that the book of Revelation stands as one of the most controversial, complicated, and esoteric books in the New Testament canon.  Perhaps it should come as no surprise, then, that its reception by the early church was equally complicated and controversial. But, the story of the book of Revelation is not what one might expect. Other debated books tended to have a lukewarm reception at the earliest stages, only to gain more and more acceptance over time. Revelation, on the other hand, had nearly the opposite experience; it had a very early and positive reception in many parts of the church, only to run into serious challenges at a later point.

Do You Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness?

I thought, “What’s wrong with this picture? How could a Christian establish life goals and not have at the top the attainment of righteousness in the sight of God?” Did not our Lord say, “Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you” (Matt. 6:33)? One of the scariest things that Jesus ever said was the warning He gave that “unless your righteousness exceeds that of the scribes and Pharisees, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven” (Matt. 5:20). The Pharisees were devoted to the quest for righteousness, but they ended up in a distorted pursuit of self-righteousness. It can be easy to dismiss the pursuit of righteousness as always ending in an inflated self-righteousness. But this does not eliminate the obligation that Christ gives us to seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness.

Christian Case Makers: Don't Allow Your Vigilance To Become Vitriol | Cold Case Christianity

When the authors of Scripture encourage us to evangelize the lost, they seldom warn us about being disrespectful or harsh. Peter, however, when encouraging us to make a defense for the hope we have in Jesus, does find it necessary to warn us about these two attributes of vitriol. Interesting isn’t it? There’s something about Christian Case Making that can sometimes lead to vitriol. It’s our prideful nature as fallen humans, even as we do the best we can to be vigilant; God has warned us not to let this vigilance turn into vitriol.

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42 The Bodily Resurrection of Jesus | Reasonable Faith

In conclusion, we have seen that the critical argument designed to drive a wedge between Paul and the gospels is fallacious. Neither the argument from the appearance to Paul nor the argument from Paul's doctrine of the resurrection body serves to set Paul against the gospels. Quite the opposite, we have seen that Paul's evidence serves to confirm the gospels' narratives of Jesus's bodily resurrection and that their physicalism is probably historically well-founded, that is to say, Jesus did rise bodily from the dead and appear physically to the disciples. And finally we have seen that the gospels present like Paul a balanced view of the nature of Jesus's resurrection body. On the one hand, Jesus has a body--he is not a disembodied soul. For the gospels and Paul alike the incarnation is an enduring state, not limited to the 30 some years of Jesus's earthly life. On the other hand, Jesus's body is a supernatural body. We must keep firmly in mind that for the gospels as well as Paul, Jesus rises glorified from the grave. The gospels and Paul agree that the appearances of Jesus ceased and that physically he has left this universe for an indeterminate time.

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Thanksgiving podcast break: But lots of GetReligion links in radio visit with Metaxas

Eric and I disagreed on the wisdom of voting for Trump. You'll hear hints of this in this Eric Metaxas Show hour, even though that isn't the subject of the interview. What we agree on is that this whole campaign was not a shining hour for the mainstream press and the great Gray Lady in particular.

A Harvard Psychiatrist Says 3 Things Are the Secret to Real Happiness

…and while their findings might surprise some, Christians shouldn’t be surprised at all: your relationships are the most important part of your life. Your health and happiness are vitally linked to the connections you have to the people around you. Read the article below to learn how strong relationships effect health and well-being. But ask yourself,  if relationships with people are important—what about a relationship with God?

A Prayer for the Worried Mom’s Heart

And as we remember, we need to turn to God in prayer. Hebrews says that because of Jesus, we can come to the throne of grace with confidence, to receive the help we need (Hebrews 4:16). Paul was referring to chronic worry when he wrote in Philippians 4:6, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.” We are to give our worries to God in prayer, trusting him with all our burdens and cares. As a result, we will receive in return the peace we long for, “And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:7).

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Traditional Carol Service - premier

You are invited to attend the annual Traditional Carol Service, hosted by Methodist Central Hall Westminster and Premier Christian Radio, on Sunday 11th December 2016. The evening will feature traditional carols, Advent readings and even some of your favourite Premier Christian Radio voices, including  Pam Rhodes, Tony Miles, John Pantry and Dave Rose.


God speaks to us through our circumstances. If we’re going to live a life of significance, God’s got to make constant course corrections, and one of the things he uses to do that is the circumstances that come into our lives. When you start to listen to God through circumstances, impressions, teachers, or the Bible, sometimes he’s going to lead you in ways that you don’t understand. Hang in there! Following God is not always easy, but it will reap more blessing in your life than you can imagine.

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54 Millions Will Eat, But Miss the Point
55 Are the Gospels Eyewitness Accounts? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #3) | Cold Case Christianity
56 Mosaic Covenant (Part 2) by R.C. Sproul | November 24, 2016
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58 Happy Thanksgiving: Free Downloads from R.C. Sproul
59 Book Review: Creating Life In The Lab
60 Protected view of St Paul's destroyed by skyscrapper, conversationists claim - premier
61 The One Who Gave Thanks
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63 Renewing Your Mind | The Lightlings | Nov 24, 2016
64 A Prelude to Joy: A Thanksgiving Meditation | RZIM
65 Waiting in the Era of Instant Gratification
66 The Danger of Treating the Word “Disciple” as a Noun Instead of a Verb
67 Quantum Fluctuations as Atheists’ Pixie Dust
68 Information: Evidence for a Creator?
69 The Associated Press on Twitter
70 Why Christian Discipleship is Critical to Christian Survival
71 Resources to Help You Defend the Deity of Jesus
72 Does Atheism Solve the Problem of Evil?
73 The Moment of Truth: Its Reality
74 What Is the Best Argument for the Existence of God?
75 Crossway on Twitter
76 Why Don’t We See Miracles Like the Apostles Did?
77 Singleness Is Not a Problem to Be Solved
78 Did Jesus Exist? Searching for Evidence Beyond the Bible
79 A Look at Messianic Prophecy: Hints and Signs of the Coming King in the Old Testament
80 Can We Really Have Hope Without Suffering?
81 11 Objections to the Kalam Cosmological Argument
82 Why All Christians Must Seek Public Justice
83 Why God is Necessary for Rational Thought
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85 Why Your Future Matters Now
86 The Stream on Twitter
87 Scientific Naturalism and the Argument from Reason
88 Dinosaurs for Thanksgiving
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91 3 Questions to Detect Sports Idolatry
92 Can A Witness Be Trusted If He Can’t Be Cross-Examined? | Cold Case Christianity
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