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Rev. Dr. Richard D. Warren | Humanum 2014

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The Fine Tuning of the Universe

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/finetuning Be sure to view the Kalam Cosmological Argument animation video: http://youtu.be/6CulBuMC...

God Is the Best Explanation for the Applicability of Mathematics to the Physical World

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org On February 1st, 2013 at Purdue University, Dr William Lane Craig participated in a debate with Dr A...

Frank Turek Interviews William Lane Craig at Southern Evangelical Seminary (October 29, 2011)

http://reasonablefaith.org - October 29, 2011 - Frank Turek does an interview with William Lane Craig at the Apologetics Confrence at the Southern Evangelica...

Big Questions Atheism & Meaning

Prof Alister McGrath discussing his conversion from atheism to Christianity and the meaning that gave him

William Lane Craig on Information Overload

Here is William Lane Craig's response to a relevant issue. I also have noted that there are 6 things that impact discussions on the existence of God. 1. Proofs and evidence are person-relative. Whi...

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1 http://askdrbrown.myshopify.com/collections/black-friday-sale

2 Alleged Evidence Against God

Kevin Harris: Welcome, come on in. This is the podcast of Reasonable Faith with Dr. William Lane Craig. I’m Kevin Harris. Dr. Craig, I will look on the web from time to time and go to some of the more prominent websites that represent a naturalistic or atheistic point of view and will bring some the material to the podcast to discuss with you. I’m looking at one of the more prominent websites right here, and the author lists objections or evidence against God. [1] So, let’s take a look and get your thoughts.

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THE LIVING RICE: Remember the Prisoners on #GivingTuesday

On Dec. 2, 2014, the world comes together to give. Join Prison Fellowship as we participate on #GivingTuesday to support our mission to change the lives of prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families through Jesus Christ. We ask our friends, donor, fans, and followers to remember the prisoners on the first Tuesday in December. We made everything easy for online giving. Here’s how you can help: Give to Prison Fellowship through the online gift catalog; or, Give to Angel Tree; or, Give your time and volunteer for Prison Fellowship and Angle Tree this Christmas Fans and friends of Prison Fellowship may also  support our cause by sharing our #GivingTuesday memes below. Helping us spread the word about Giving Tuesday will help us reach new potential supporters and grow public interest on what we do. To help, simply choose an image below, click on it to view the full size image, right click it, save it in your computer and share it to your friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media pages. Remember to use the hashtag #GivingTuesday when sharing.

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Rethinking Retirement

John Piper responds: "Lord, spare me this curse!" And his resounding message is for anyone who believes there's far more to the golden years than accumulating comforts. It's for readers who long to finish better than they started, persevere for the right reasons (and without fear), experience true security, value what lies beyond their cravings, and live dangerously for the One who gave his life in his prime. With this brief book, Piper is sure to spur fellow baby boomers in their resolve to invest themselves in the sacrifices of love-and to grow old with godly zeal.

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No Church Too Small

No matter the size of your congregation, God can use your church family to reach out into the community and minister to Angel Tree families this season, just like Victory is doing. No church is too small!

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Here’s NeedtoBreathe Performing During Yesterday’s Thanksgiving Parade

I n case you missed yesterday’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the entire thing is now on YouTube for your viewing enjoyment. Along with the inflatable cartoon characters, marching bands and Kiss appearances, the annual celebration also featured a live appearance from Needtobreathe. The performance of their single “Brother” starts at about the 1:28 mark ...

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Benjamin Watson on Ferguson

I’M ENCOURAGED, because ultimately the problem is not a SKIN problem, it is a SIN problem. SIN is the reason we rebel against authority. SIN is the reason we abuse our authority. SIN is the reason we are racist, prejudiced, and lie to cover for our own. SIN is the reason we riot, loot, and burn. BUT I’M ENCOURAGED because God has provided a solution for sin through the his Son, Jesus, and, with it, a transformed heart and mind. One that’s capable of looking past the outward and seeing what’s truly important in every human being. The cure for the Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, and Eric Garner tragedies is not education or exposure. It’s the gospel. So, finally, I’M ENCOURAGED because the gospel gives mankind hope.

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Correction: Christian Parents-Gays story

The collapse of support for "reparative therapy" is also a factor, Shopland said. In June of last year, Alan Chambers, the leader of Exodus International, a ministry that tried to help conflicted Christians repress same-sex attraction, apologized for the suffering the ministry caused and said the group would close down. At a conference on marriage and sexuality last month, a prominent Southern Baptist leader, the Rev. Al Mohler, said he was wrong to believe that same-sex attraction didn't exist, but he continues to believe sexual orientation can change through the Gospel. Baldock, The Marin Foundation and the Gay Christian Network all say Christian parents have been reaching out to them for help in notably higher numbers in the last couple of years.

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Grace to You

Can you identify some spiritual obstacles you've faced recently? How did you handle them? You'll always have them to deal with in your Christian walk, but don't fret. See them as opportunities to exercise faith and see God's power on display in your life. Continue to trust the Lord and demonstrate your faith by courageously doing what He has called you to do.

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Many Faiths, Common View on Marriage: Men and Women Are Created for Each Other

The Vatican conference brought together speakers from more or less every faith tradition on earth: Catholic, Evangelical, Pentecostal, Mormon, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Jain, Sikh and Taoist. The speakers hailed from 23 different countries, representing all the continents inhabited by man. Although the speakers came from many different faiths, they all shared a common view: that men and women are created for each other. The speeches and videos were amazing, and I encourage you to check them out . Here I just want to highlight five presentations:

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How the Normalization of Pornography Fuels the Rape Culture

Why does society all too often objectify female bodies while devaluing or ignoring female consciousness and experiences? We contend that the normalization of pornography contributes significantly to the “rape culture.” Sadly, a significant number of those responsible for describing and attempting to address issues related to the “rape culture” are the very ones normalizing the viewing of pornography.

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OneRepublic on Twitter

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Why “The Hunger Games” Is About Racism

(In his book Playing God , CT's executive editor Andy Crouch defines the slippery, contested concept of privilege this way: “The best way I know to define privilege is the ongoing benefits of past successful exercises of power.” Those past exercises could have been righteous, or not; the point is, it's a type of power, and that power must not be taken lightly.)

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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.

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Conference

From the time we wake up to the time we go to sleep, our world screams “it is not finished…there’s still more to do.” There’s always another email to answer, another call to return, another child to take care of, another bill to pay, another relationship to reconcile. But there’s one who tells us that it IS finished. And that’s what we’re going to be talking about at LIBERATE 2015—how to embrace Jesus’ message of “it is finished” in a world that shouts the opposite. We’ll explore how the finished work of Christ affects how we approach this exhausting world we live in. This 3-day conference promises to be a weekend of freedom, as we shift our focus from what we have to do, and celebrate what Jesus has already done.

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The Pastors.com Daily

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

17 ReasonableFaith.org – Defend Biblical Christianity, Apologetics, Bible Questions | Reasonable Faith

Q: I'm taking a philosophy class at a local community collage. I wrote a paper on the fine-tuning argument presented by Robin Collins. The fine tuning is improbable given atheism. Here we have all of the number for fine tuning for life given by Collins. But my professor raised an objection that I have never heard before, namely what is the probability of God? His objection is that if have a probability for the fine tuning we need a probability to compare it to. Since we don't have a clear one, why should we conclude that God is more likely than atheistic fine tuning? If you could help me understand this I would greatly appreciate it. I can understand that it seems like a very reasonable thing to think God is not as unlikely as the fine tuning but is there a strong philosophical argument or case to be made here?

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The coming wave of anti-abortion laws

Arkansas, for instance, already has strict anti-abortion laws. But with a Republican governor succeeding a Democrat who had vetoed two measures that would have banned most abortions beyond a certain stage of pregnancy, lawmakers plan to seek more restrictions — such as barring doctors from administering abortion drugs through telemedicine. Republican gains in the West Virginia Legislature will redouble pressure on Democratic Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to accept a ban on most abortions after 20 weeks, which he has previously deemed unconstitutional. And Tennessee voters approved a ballot initiative that removes a 15-year barrier to legislation limiting abortion legislation in that deeply conservative state.

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The Sale That Stole Thanksgiving

I realize that some people must work on holidays. At 18, my father spent a lonely Christmas as a new Air Force recruit on outdoor guard duty in the sub-zero winter of North Dakota. I've spent part of my own Thanksgivings and Christmases visiting loved ones in nursing homes and hospitals and have expressed my gratitude to the nurses, doctors, and aides who were there to care for them. And while I am glad that firefighters will rush to my aid if I set the kitchen ablaze (it's happened before) on Thanksgiving Day, having stores open for business on that day falls into an different category, meeting only our perceived need to be able to buy what we want when we want it… and at huge discounts.

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Multiply Your Gift this Giving Tuesday

Your gift on Tuesday, December 2, will equip pastors with the resources they need to grow in faith and be more effective in sharing the gospel with others. You’ll multiply their ministry!

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Canon Andrew White ordered home with $57m bounty on his head - Archbishop Cranmer

He has no fear of ISIS personally, and has said so many times. He knows that at an appointed time he will go to be with the Lord in eternity, and that the jihadis can destroy nothing but his body, which is already ravaged and weary with Multiple Sclerosis. His witness throughout his own suffering has been manifest; his courage consistent; his sacrifice of love profound. His love of Jesus radiates like laser of light in a world of darkness and shadows. “I’ve been shot at and bombed and they’ve tried to blow me up,” he says. “People say, ‘Aren’t you afraid where you are?’ Never, not one day; I love it. I feel really sad that I’m not there now.”

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Ferguson Cop Darren Wilson Will Never Police Again, His Lawyer Says

Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Missouri, police officer who killed unarmed teen Michael Brown in August, setting off months of protests, will likely never be a law enforcement officer again, his lawyer said in an interview with NBC station KSDK.

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ZachariasTrust on Twitter

We are currently seeking a Personal Assistant to our Executive Director! Follow link: http://bit.ly/1tYNLFP  pic.twitter.com/EHIZqFSD20

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Protracted Unrest Between ENCODE Researchers and Junk-DNA Advocates Goes On

Undoubtedly these findings will lead to a great deal of excited discussion about what they mean for evolution or for intelligent design, but the same basic principle applies to Mouse ENCODE that applied to Human ENCODE: much of what Darwinian evolutionists had dismissed as junk appears functional. Non-coding regions of the mouse genome are transcribed, and appear to function in previously unimagined ways, such as regulation of gene expression, chromosomal stability, and maintenance of species identity. Carninci offers further thoughts:

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Social Media’s Soulless Society - Prince on Preaching

Christians ought to be those who stand up in our soulless society and declare that these events are not a video game and that we are not talking about avatars but about men and women who are God’s image bearers. As Christians, we have the responsibility to bear faithful witness to Jesus Christ by clarifying who our enemy really is: “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places” (Eph. 6:12). The gospel empowers us to see the value of those who society views as valueless and to seek the rescue, not destruction, of our cultural opponents.

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5 Reasons for Musicians and Church Leaders to Love Carolling the Story

2. Explore and immerse yourself in the abundance of historic church Christmas music. These are the real “crossover” songs of Christian music—appearing in movies, musicals, television shows, commercials, novels, and radio charts; affecting the education of countless generations; sung more frequently and knowingly and passionately in the public square than any modern song likely ever will. With traditional carols, there is a sense of familiarity, quality, depth, and relevance to the whole church body that a modern-based diet can almost never bring. Christmas music is the best place to see this contrast. The most widely known carols are written by the greatest composers in history, including Beethoven, Handel, Holst, and Mendelssohn. Others are a unique hybrid of folk music and church music traditions that have stood the test of time. The poems of Christina Rossetti, Phillips Brooks, as well as Charles Wesley and Isaac Watts arrest both the mind and heart. Certainly congregations enjoy both innovation and the familiarity of tradition, new sounds and also the sounds they grew up hearing and singing.

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Interview: “If I’m a Christian, Why am I Depressed?”

In 1980 Bob Somerville accepted the call to a church planting ministry in Visalia, CA and while serving there he established the Biblical Counseling and Educational Center equipping laymen and pastors in the field of Biblical Counseling. He has spoken widely on the subject of Biblical Counseling, teaching seminars in the U.S. as well as speaking to missionaries in Europe, Central & South Africa, and Japan. Dr. Somerville is a fellow and serves as a member of the Board of The National Association of Nouthetic Counselors. Dr. Somerville’s wife Mary is a tremendous asset to his pastoral and counseling ministry. Mary holds a Master’s degree in counseling from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, has authored two chapters in the book "Women Helping Women", and has published the book "One With a Shepherd: The Tears and Triumphs of a Ministry Marriage". Bob and Mary have two children and seven grandchildren. 

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Working in Family Law Can Reflect God’s Compassion

I am a paralegal in a fast-paced environment that sometimes requires long hours and short breaks. My position includes scheduling calendars; working with opposing counsel and the court to set depositions, hearings, and trials; and drafting letters of representation throughout trial. Since a simple mistake could make a devastating impact on the lives of others, I have to be focused, time-efficient, and extremely detail-oriented. I take this responsibility seriously and trust God to guide me through the details of my work.

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The Church Needs Philosophers and Philosophers Need the Church

The church needs philosophers. But we Christian philosophers need the church too. We need to be reminded daily that the Western canon of intellectual history is not our "real food." To paraphrase Jesus, "Man does not live on Descartes and Kant alone, but on the word of God." We need to be reminded of the Great Commission. Remind us that Jesus, and not a solution to the problem of universals, is the world's greatest need. Push us to live for Christ and experience his grace; remind us that our life in Christ is more satisfying, more exhilarating than getting a book published, a journal article accepted, or even an important idea coherently articulated. We need to be daily pulled down from the heights of the Areopagus, where philosophical problems lurch around every corner and crag, and be bothered by the mundane problems of relating with one another as brothers and sisters in Christ. We need good biblical exposition and sound theology to remind us of the limits of our discipline and that reason provides us with  a  tool, but not the  only  tool, as we wrestle with ideas and their implications.

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Beloved Dust

Goggin and Strobel argue that Beloved Dust is really a book about prayer—but not the kind you normally read. This is not a “how to” book about prayer, nor is it a guilt-inducing summary of the epic prayer lives of the great saints of old, nor is it even a biblical study of prayer. Rather, for the authors, prayer is the “ground of the Christian life” (xviii) and the primary expression of an authentic relationship with God. In other words, the Christian life is in large measure a praying life. Beloved Dust is meant to provide readers with a particular understanding of the Christian life that helps, in turn, to form in them a particular understanding of the life of prayer.

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Books to Give This Christmas

I like to read books, but I really love to give books. They're easy to wrap. They're usually under $20. They can be shared with others. Most importantly, buying them supports people I like.

32 No Writ of Habeas Corpus for Orangutans

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution, including breaking news about scientific research.

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The World of Saint Patrick

Perhaps it’s partly because the authors seem so transparently intent on provoking misplaced worship. How different from Paul in Lystra (Acts 14). When he miraculously heals a crippled man, and the crowd starts offering sacrifices to him, he is horrified. Tearing his garments, he pleads with them: “Men, why are you doing these things? We also are men, of like nature with you, and we bring you good news, that you should turn from these vain things to a living God” (Acts 14:15). Paul knows that miracles are meant to point us to the power of the triune God, not to his servants. The hagiographers, by contrast, create molds into which molten devotion can all too easily flow.

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http://www.crossway.org/books/new-morning-mercies-hcj/

“Each morning for years, Paul Tripp has served fresh-brewed wisdom and encouragement through his pithy, thought-provoking tweets, reminding us again and again of the all-sufficiency of Christ and his grace. New Morning Mercies offers more of the same (without the limitation of 140 characters)! These devotional readings will strengthen, nourish, and recalibrate your heart, and open your eyes to behold God’s fresh mercies at the dawn of each new day.” —Nancy Leigh DeMoss , author ; radio host, Revive Our Hearts

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Do You Live in an Underserved County? (UPDATE: 11/25)

Every year, Prison Fellowship assists churches in ministering to the families of incarcerated parents through its Angel Tree program.  Angel Tree is a ministry that reaches out to the children of inmates and their families with the love of Christ, offering churches an opportunity to share Christ’s love by serving the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the families of prisoners.

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My Wonderfully Confusing Call to Ministry

In the years after seminary, through Scripture and wise counsel, the Lord graciously guided my heart. I began to recognize that, while there are certainly specific callings within the realm of Christian life and polity, all Christians are called to live an intentionally gospel-saturated life. My father, a bi-vocational minister, reminded me that “whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might” (Ecc. 9:10). He encouraged me to devote my work in any job—even seemingly mundane tasks—to excellence and service to others for God’s glory. I also began to understand Acts 17:28 in a new light. Rather than keeping “ministry” in a specific silo or quadrant within the walls of my life, the Lord was giving me wisdom to understand that living, moving, breathing, eating, and all other activities find their end in him. These truths freed me, as I began to grasp that my surrender to the Lord in high school was less of a vocational declaration and more of a defining mark of spiritual growth. The guilt that I sometimes felt didn’t come from Scripture or the Spirit, but from a perception of what I thought it meant to surrender to the Lord.

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What the Earliest Non-Biblical Authors Say About Jesus (Free Bible Insert) - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

The earliest non-Biblical accounts of Jesus match the record we presently have in the New Testament. The story of Jesus was not distorted over the years , and even if we lost every Biblical manuscript on the planet we could still re-assemble the ancient details of Jesus’ life, ministry and nature. The Old Testament prophets predicted Jesus as the Messiah, He was born miraculously, had a powerful earthly ministry, suffered and died on a cross, rose from the grave, and demonstrated His Deity in the Resurrection. Jesus alone has the power to save us. The earliest non-Biblical authors have a lot to say about Jesus, and their words confirm and verify the eyewitness Gospel accounts we have in the New Testament. Visit the ColdCaseChristianity.com homepage to download this month’s free Bible Insert so you can easily recall what the earliest non-Biblical authors say about Jesus.

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When Dad Doesn’t Disciple the Kids

This mom walks in a great deal of anxiety, particularly in more conservative environments that emphasize fathers leading spiritually in the home. She sees her children going to bed each night with no family time spent in the Scriptures or in prayer, with no conversations broached on the critical subjects that help kids transition to adulthood with the wisdom they need. She has gently raised the suggestion that Dad initiate these teaching moments, to be met with apathy or with short-lived token attempts. And because she has been taught that God wants men to lead such conversations in the home, she begins to believe she can only sit silently, not wanting to usurp authority, confused about what her role should be as mother and wife, praying that the Lord would change her husband’s heart.

39 What Are “Kinds” in Genesis?

The first thing that needs to be addressed is: “What is a kind?” Often, people are confused into thinking that a “species” is a “kind.” But this isn’t necessarily so. A species is a man-made term used in the modern classification system. And frankly, the word species is difficult to define, whether one is a creationist or not! There is more on this word and its definition and relationship to “kinds” later in this chapter. The Bible uses the term “kind.” The Bible’s first use of this word (Hebrew: min ) is found in Genesis 1 when God creates plants and animals “according to their kinds.” It is used again in Genesis 6 and 8 when God instructs Noah to take two of every kind of land-dwelling, air-breathing animal onto the ark and also in God’s command for the animals to reproduce after the Flood. A plain reading of the text infers that plants and animals were created to reproduce within the boundaries of their kind. Evidence to support this concept is clearly seen (or rather not seen) in our world today, as there are no reports of dats (dog + cat) or hows (horse + cow)! So a good rule of thumb is that if two things can breed together, then they are of the same created kind.

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Dr. Michael L. Brown on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

41 National Treasures Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Are Hosting the Golden Globes Again

T wo of America’s greatest national treasures will be returning to host the Golden Globes on Jan. 11, and they’ve created this charming promo video to prove it ...

42 Did Polygamy Accomplish the Purpose Given in LDS Scripture? - Stand to Reason Blog

Polygamy certainly is not encouraged in the Book of Mormon. Speaking of David and Solomon’s “abominable” practice of having many wives and concubines, Jacob 2:26-27 [part of LDS scripture] warns, “Wherefore, I the Lord God will not suffer that this people shall do like unto them of old. Wherefore, my brethren, hear me, and hearken to the word of the Lord: For there shall not any man among you have save it be one wife; and concubines he shall have none.”

43 Truthbomb Apologetics: Video: Christmas for Doubters

Welcome! It's been wisely stated that the way one answers the question, "Is there a God?" defines a life. Here at Truthbomb Apologetics we strive to offer apologetics resources to encourage and challenge both believer and unbeliever. Critical thinking is strongly encouraged, reason is a must, and all are welcomed!

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We Need More Silence in Our Lives

In the midst of the audio swirl, the Creator speaks softly. Often, His voice does not try to compete or to overwhelm the other sounds. It beckons. It implores. It asks us to silence the chaos, the entertainment, the other voices. The clamor must cease for us to find what we all search for. When the hush finally begins, then we can listen. Then, we can conquer the discouraging voices that promise loneliness. Then, we can hear the affirmations that our hearts earnestly crave. “You belong. You are loved. You are mine.”

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C.S. Lewis' 3 Most Controversial Beliefs

The almighty God is certainly capable of making a human being out of nothing, out of dust or mud, out of bone - or even out of a non-human hominid ape. I'm not sure that from His perspective there really is all that important a difference. The real point of Genesis 2 cannot be understood except when read within the context of Genesis 3; each chapter is part of a whole story. In Gen 3, after the fall God tells Adam: "for dust thou art, and to dust thou will return". This refers back to the creation of Adam "out of dust" in Gen. 2, and the two statements serve as a pair of bookends for the whole story. To be sure, to say that Adam (and every human) is made out of dust is actually a literally and profoundly true statement. Ask any scientist if we and all other living things are ultimately made from the dust of extinct stars, and without exception they will have to agree that we are. Thus, the Gen. 2-3 story is most assuredly PROFOUNDLY true, even if it proves necessary to interpret it in something other than a simplistic literal way.

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WORLD | University of Virginia grapples with response to gang rape report | Laura Edghill | Nov. 28, 2014

About 97,000 U.S. students between 18 and 24 years old report alcohol-induced sexual assaults, including gang rapes, every year, according to the government’s National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Based on UVA’s  student population, more than 100 students per year are likely to be victims of such an assault on campus. That means that for this one story that has grabbed the national spotlight, dozens more likely linger in the shadows.

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WORLD | UN: Birth control, abortion, and sex ed key to economic success | Kiley Crossland | Nov. 28, 2014

UNFPA boasts that if sub-Saharan Africa will adopt its recommended practices, the region will see an economic boost of as much as $500 billion a year, for 30 years. Today, sub-Saharan Africa has 1.2 workers to every non-worker. As a role model, the report recommends East Asia, with 2.4 workers for every non-worker. The report claims after East Asian countries began expanding access to voluntary family planning in the 1950s and 1960s, people delayed starting families and had smaller families. South Korea’s per-capita gross domestic product grew by 2,200 percent between 1950 and 2008.

48 Do parents have a plan to raise self-sufficient, practical children?

I have frequently heard from Christian women who I have courted who hear my marriage plan that children should not be directed in any way toward doing hard things, studying STEM fields and getting good jobs. Although these women are not successful themselves, they are very concerned that I will make my children feel bad by steering them towards fields that are hard, but will make the kids successful. Children have to have good self-esteem, they insist. They have to be allowed to study ballet or art history in college, if they feel like it, otherwise they will rebel and become atheists. Two of the women who told me this had double-digit student loan balances and were still living at home in their 30s.

49 Patagonia Is Giving Away Clothes to Keep You from Shopping on Black Friday

F or a clothing company, Patagonia sure does dislike consumerism. And, they particularly hate the shopping free-for-all known as Black Friday. Every year, they try to prevent consumers from taking part in the retail madness with a new campaign , and this year, they’ve decided to just give clothes away in exchange for old threads. At eight of their stores around the country, you can bring your used Patagonia gear and exchange it for other lightly-used duds as part of their Worn Wear campaign. If you can’t find anything you like, you can go to the site Yerdle , and use a special card they’ll give you for the used clothes ...

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Believe the Bible

Answers in Genesis is an apologetics ministry , dedicated to helping Christians defend their faith and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively. We focus on providing answers to questions about the Bible—particularly the book of Genesis—regarding key issues such as creation, evolution, science, and the age of the earth.

51 WORLD | Report: Adam Lanza’s mom, schools failed | Andrew Branch | Nov. 28, 2014
52 Biologists Are Getting to Be Less Reticent About Using the Phrase "Design Principles"
53 TGC15 + Shane & Shane + 96 hours = Fantastic Deal
54 There Will Be a Second Season of ‘Serial’
55 WORLD | It’s the company you keep | Barnabas Piper | Nov. 28, 2014
56 WORLD | I’m thankful for … | Marvin Olasky | Nov. 28, 2014
57 Obama immigration action may split religious coalition
58 WORLD | Connecticut agrees to offer health plans with no abortion coverage | Sarah Padbury | Nov. 28, 2014
59 WORLD | Wonder of wonders | Amy Henry | Nov. 28, 2014
60 Deport jobless EU migrants, says Christian MP – Premier Premier
61 Showing Kindness and Generosity to Others
62 Thank You!
63 Christian Bale: ‘Drones Would Be Sent Out After [Moses]’ Today
64 The Comfort Zone: Words of Comfort: Calling the Easter Bunny.
65 US Church offers 'Drive-Thru' prayers – Premier Premier
66 New study: invisible shield above the Earth protects us from electron threat
67 The Supreme Court and Same Sex Marriage
68 WORLD | Slavery and the Bible | Andrée Seu Peterson | Nov. 28, 2014
69 WORLD | A Christmas jazz album that points to Jesus | Jeff Koch | Nov. 28, 2014
70 Is God Necessary for Us to Know Order and Purpose in the World?
71 Pharrell Williams Says Michael Brown Was 'Asking For Trouble', Displayed Unacceptable Behavior
72 Here’s Your First Look at the New ‘Star Wars’ Movie
73 WORLD | Snowpiercer shows mankind at its cruelest | Juliana Chan Erikson | Nov. 28, 2014
74 WORLD | Tanzania to 40,000 Maasai: Get lost! | Feumba Samen | Nov. 28, 2014
75 How to Shop Ethically This Christmas
76 Pastor, stop being afraid of fear
77 White House threatens veto of bipartisan tax cut bill for small businesses
78 WORLD | Foxcatcher | Sophia Lee | Dec. 13, 2014
79 Check out | HeadHeartHand Blog
80 WORLD | Taking a stand | Andrée Seu Peterson | Nov. 29, 2014
81 1 in 3 doctors support Assisted Dying Bill, according to latest survey – Premier Premier
82 Leonard Fournette blows up an Aggie defender
83 Church of England Education chief criticises new 'anti-terror bill' – Premier Premier
84 Archbishop calls for Church to lead Ebola response – Premier Premier
85 Pope begins historic Turkey visit – Premier Premier
86 Chaplain bemoans 'Black Friday' shopping behaviour – Premier Premier
87 How Can a Successful Conspiracy Be Pulled Off?
88 Renewing Your Mind | God's Will and Your Vocation | November 28, 2014
89 Thank God For God | HeadHeartHand Blog
90 Please Convince Me
91 Contradictions: The Unforgivable Sin
92 New study: gamma ray bursts make life impossible in 90% of galaxies