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The Word is Out – Premier Radio

1. The following rules ("Rules") together with Premier Christian Radio’s ("Premier") general and competition terms and conditions (the “Terms and Conditions”) apply to The Word is Out on Premier Christian Radio competition ("the Competition") which will run from 3rd November 2014 and will conclude on 21st November 2014. The "Radio Station" is Premier Christian Radio.

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Low Oxygen Suffocates Darwinian Explanations for the Cambrian Explosion

It's not clear why they are stretching back the explosion to 800 million years ago, unless they are tossing in the first eukaryotes. The Ediacaran multicellular organisms exploded onto the scene 635 million years ago in the evolutionary time sequence; the onset of the Cambrian explosion itself (unrelated to the Ediacaran, most scholars believe) began about 540 million years ago. Gramling skirts over this gap: "It wasn't until about 800 million years ago that oxygen again began to rise, causing reactions that triggered global cooling and then -- about 542 million years ago -- a rapid diversification of animals called the Cambrian Explosion."

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Bird ancestor reshuffles fossil pack

Dr Barrett said the fossils now being unearthed were providing fascinating insights into the emergence of the bird line and the evolutionary "experimentation" that preceded it: "The beginnings of the bird line is all about fine-tuning parts of their anatomy - of their wings, of their hips, of their chest muscles and shoulder girdles, and so on - to make them flight-ready," he told BBC News.

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God Writes a Great Story

Fall : When our heart cries out, “"This isn’t fair!” and when we ache with unfulfilled dreams, are weary from the pains of living in this world, and our struggle with sin overwhelms us, we can look back to the Fall. The story of what happened in the garden, Satan’s lies and Adam and Eve’s subsequent sin, explains how we got to where we are. All that was perfect and good was broken the day they desired to be like God and bit into the flesh of the fruit God told them to eat. Sin and shame then entered the world. Ever since, each and every person is born a sinner. The curse of sin spread beyond humans, infecting the physical creation as well. Sickness and disease, hunger and famine, floods and violent storms, are all the result of that first sin.

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What the Election Reveals About Us, and Why We Vote as We Do

In last night’s wave election, several very strategic governorships were also on the line. Republicans won key contests in states including Florida, Iowa, Kansas, and even the state of Massachusetts—one of most deeply democratic states in the entire nation. Yet there were other very important issues faced by voters in respective states. In the state of Oregon, for example, voters supported a measure legalizing marijuana. This comes even after the Governor of Colorado warned other states that they should avoid the kind of reckless experimentation that he suggested his own state had engaged in by legalizing recreational marijuana two years ago. In Washington, D.C. voters approved an initiative legalizing recreational marijuana. Yet this vote will not affect the vast areas within the district that are controlled by the federal government. Further, since the D.C. government is ultimately under the control of Congress, Congress may also intervene in this situation. Voters in Alaska also passed a similar proposition known as Measure 2. Meanwhile, an effort to legalize so-called medical marijuana narrowly failed in the state of Florida.

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Republican Joni Ernst beats Bruce Braley in Iowa Senate race

Ernst first expressed that love by joining the Army Reserves and the National Guard, and she hopes to express it further by serving in the U.S. Senate. What makes her ambition especially noteworthy is that, should she win the GOP primary on June 3 and the general election in November, Ernst would become the first woman from Iowa to serve in Congress. Given the state’s long track record of moderate, independent-minded politics, one might be astonished to learn that only Iowa and Mississippi have yet to elect a woman to federal office or governor.

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Bridging the Gaps Between Bible and Brain

The dirty tepid water that flowed into Laodicea was no match for the famous hot springs in nearby Hierapolis, nor the clear cold mountain streams of Colossae. Just that basic information helps bring vivid detail to Christ’s announcement that he would spew the lukewarm Laodiceans out of his mouth as they were neither hot or cold (Revelation 3:14–16). The Mount of Olives, where Jesus prayed in the garden, is where the glory of the Lord ascended after departing from the temple (Ezekiel 11:23). When Jesus returns in all His glory He will descend and His feet will touch down on that very mountain (Zechariah 14:4). Geographical details not only enable us to visualize many passages, they also help us to make connections otherwise hidden. A good Bible atlas is an invaluable reference tool that can help you comprehend the geography of the Holy Land.

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

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

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Are Christian Students Living Within A Christian Worldview?

Although I have been working with high school students in Christian education for nearly a decade, I am not all that sure that I really have a firm grip on how they see the world. Especially our young Christian kids. Are they really seeing the world through the eyes of Jesus? Do they really understand what a Christian worldview looks like? Which led me to think about countless other questions. What sort of things are they bringing to the conversation that help them form the way in which they see the world? Things like trust, truth, social issues, history and politics. You could even throw in family life, media, morality, etc. Do they believe that the media is impacting them? What about T.V., movies, and music?

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Christians face persecution in 41% of countries – Premier Radio

Global religious freedom has entered a period of ‘serious decline’ according to a new report by charity Aid to the Church in Need.

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Family ministry: Do parents take over where you left off?

Regardless of when your church chooses to train parents, coordinate the training carefully with the youth or children’s event. The point isn’t simply to train parents but to train them to take home what their children are getting at the activity or event. Aim the training toward a single, very specific goal. For example, a training during youth camp might prepare parents and provide resources to lead four weeks of faith-talks—one faith-talk each week—during the month that follows camp. You might even facilitate role-playing during the session so that parents who have never led a faith-talk have an opportunity to practice. Or maybe, in a training session that happens during a spiritual retreat, you could work through specific faith-walk activities to apply the retreat curriculum in the context of each family’s daily life during the following week; you might, for example, provide parents with a list of open-ended questions to prompt discussions with their child throughout the upcoming week. If at all possible, make your training intergenerational; equip older adults to facilitate these training sessions, treating them as honored fathers and mothers in the family of faith (1 Tim.

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The Briefing 11-05-14

1) ‘Wave election’ for Republicans points to deepening worldview divide between two major parties

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I Care About Orphans

Take the pledge today and commit to serving an adoptive family. We'll send you a free download of our booklet, "Wrapping around Adoptive Families," with practical advice and ideas on how to help. Invite others to join you, and make serving an adoptive family a fun part of your day!

14 EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

What about Purgatory? Roman Catholicism teaches that believers incur debts that must inevitably be discharged in Purgatory “before the gates of heaven can be opened.” While Purgatory is not equivalent to a second chance for unbelievers, it is nonetheless decidedly unbiblical. First, the doctrine of Purgatory undermines the sufficiency of Christ’s atonement on the cross. […]

15 Grace to You

Not long ago, I received a letter from a young man named Aaron, a recent college graduate. His story is one we hear often. He was brought up in the church and had been taught about salvation in Christ all his life. Yet he saw a significant contradiction between what he said he ...

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Paul Tripp Health Update

We are thankful to announce that Paul's condition has improved dramatically. His infection is almost clear, and his kidneys will fully recover without the need for any further treatment. While he must remain in the hospital for a few more days for continued observation, Paul is well on his way to a full recovery.

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The seminary community gathers to worship in Alumni Memorial Chapel on Tuesday and Thursday at 10a.m.

18 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily, by Greg West: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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Grace to You

To reaffirm that John’s convictions were strong, Jesus appealed to the listeners’ own experiences, asking in effect, “Was the spokesman you saw preaching and baptizing uncertain and vacillating, like ‘a reed shaken by the wind’?” The reed was common to the riverbanks of the Middle East, a light and flexible stalk that easily bent back and forth in the wind. But the people knew that if ever there had been a man of unswerving belief, it was John. In fact, his bold stand for righteousness had landed him in prison.

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Burning Questions

Episode 1: Is There a God? Perhaps the biggest burning question of them all is this one: Are we alone in a meaningless, purposeless universe or is there some kind of creator – some kind of higher power out there? That’s a hotly debated question. On the one hand, our culture has recently seen a resurgent atheism whose advocates tell us that anyone who even professes belief in a deity is simply insane and irrational. Yet for all of that, belief in God seems alive and well. Over 90% of people in the world say they do believe in a higher power. The question simply will not go away: Is there a God?

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3 Ways Not to Use Greek in Bible Study

I'm not saying that Greek word studies are bad, or totally unnecessary (after all, we are not native Greek speakers). But unless you do them properly, they'll simply give you the illusion of knowing something when you really don't. Most of the time you'll do better to simply compare a number of solid translations like the NASB, ESV, NIV, and NLT. After all, the people who translated these Bible versions understand Greek far better than you or I ever will. So don't throw away their expertise. And as you read, pay attention to the context. An ounce of good contextual analysis is worth a pound of poorly done Greek word studies.

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Black Pro-Life Candidates Tim Scott, Mia Love and Will Hurd Win Huge Victories

Not only did pro-life candidates win huge election victories across the board last night, but black pro-life candidates won as well and helped undermine false criticism from the other side that somehow the pro-life issue is not one that resonates with African-Americans.

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Burning Questions

Episode 1: Is There a God? Perhaps the biggest burning question of them all is this one: Are we alone in a meaningless, purposeless universe or is there some kind of creator – some kind of higher power out there? That’s a hotly debated question. On the one hand, our culture has recently seen a resurgent atheism whose advocates tell us that anyone who even professes belief in a deity is simply insane and irrational. Yet for all of that, belief in God seems alive and well. Over 90% of people in the world say they do believe in a higher power. The question simply will not go away: Is there a God?

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Grace to You

So where does wisdom come from? Job says, “It is hidden from the eyes of all living. . . . Abaddon [Destruction] and Death say, ‘With our ears we have heard a report of it.’ God understands its way; and He knows its place” (vv. 2123). If you are searching for wisdom, go to God. He knows where wisdom is because “He looks to the ends of the earth, and sees everything under the heavens. . . . And to man He said, ‘Behold, the fear of the Lord, that is wisdom; and to depart from evil is understanding’” (vv. 24, 28).

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I’m an evangelical minister. I now support the LGBT community — and the church should, too.

It is hard to describe exactly why my moral vision shifted in this way. But undoubtedly, it had much to do with my move to Atlanta in 2007 and my growing contact with LGBT people, especially fellow Christians. I hardly knew anyone who was gay before that move, but afterward, they seemed to be everywhere, and a few became very dear friends. It became clear to me — in a deeply spiritual place that I will allow no one to challenge — that God was sending LGBT people to me. The fact that one of these LGBT Christians is my dear youngest sister, Katey, has made this issue even more deeply personal for me than it would have been. The fact that one place where she developed a deep struggle with her sexuality was in evangelical churches has contributed to my new moral commitment to make evangelical families and churches safe places for LGBT people.

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Burning Questions

Episode 1: Is There a God? Perhaps the biggest burning question of them all is this one: Are we alone in a meaningless, purposeless universe or is there some kind of creator – some kind of higher power out there? That’s a hotly debated question. On the one hand, our culture has recently seen a resurgent atheism whose advocates tell us that anyone who even professes belief in a deity is simply insane and irrational. Yet for all of that, belief in God seems alive and well. Over 90% of people in the world say they do believe in a higher power. The question simply will not go away: Is there a God?

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Dehydrated

If you've been a Christian for longer than a week, you should know that your experience is filled with bumps and bruises. In some cases, you'll feel as if you have nothing left. That's what Psalm 42 depicts: a deer desperate for a drink of water, even from a muddy puddle, because it can’t continue without refreshment.

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Renown Youth Conference

To be a Christian is to be a disciple. Jesus said that anyone who would be a disciple of Christ must “deny himself and take up his cross and follow me” (Mark 8:34). Nobody, however, does this perfectly. All Christians face struggles and obstacles in their walk with Christ. And yet, the New Testament calls disciples of Jesus to “grow in grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 3:18).

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Why I’m a Single Issue Voter

It means that all human beings, at any and every stage of life and in any and every state of consciousness or self-awareness, of any and every class, ethnicity, race, religion, sex, of any physical or mental ability or genetic defect, are to be considered persons of immeasurable worth and of inviolable dignity because they have been made in the image of God, and that they therefore must be treated in a manner commensurate with this moral status. Human dignity, however, is not based on the criteria set by man, but by the standards set by God. We can’t truly treat people with dignity if the dignity is not rooted in the eternal commands of our Redeemer.

31 The Pastors.com Daily

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

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WORLD | Transparent sinner | Marvin Olasky | Oct. 18, 2014

The prostitutes knew they needed help. Zacchaeus knew. And Matthew knew. But the Pharisees didn’t know, and the thing that guaranteed Christ was going to die on the cross was His love for sinners, because the Pharisees didn’t think they were part of that group. Yes, of course, we might sin somewhat if we take too many steps on a certain day, but we’re not really sinners. The thing that drove them to crucify Him, of course in God’s sovereignty, was that He didn’t pander to their religion. He told him their religion was the very thing that kept them from God. So we have to not only repent of our badness (I didn’t make this up) but also our goodness. There is nothing more difficult to accept than the truth that you bring nothing to the table except your sin, and He has to bring everything else. 

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God’s Grace Overflows in Hawaii

“In a small enough beaker, it only takes a little heat to make some major fireworks,” a chemistry teacher remarked at the end of the weekend. The Spirit lit some serious sparks in our small little islands through Overflow 2014. From history we know he’s brought true awakening and revival to Hawaii before, and we’re bold enough to believe he’s doing it again.

34 Five church planting dangers

Remember all those conversations over a drink on a Sunday evening as you dreamed with your friends of your ideal church? Perhaps you dreamed of meeting in a coffee shop with some mellow jazz music in the background while you discussed faith with your friends over a latte. Perhaps you dreamed of rocking out the Christian classics you grew up with. Perhaps you dreamed of hour-long sermons rich with theology. And now your church plant is a chance to create this church of which you and your friends always dreamed. The problem is that, while you might create a church ideally suited to you, the chances are it will not be missional. Your personal set of favourite features won’t necessarily create an ideal context to invite unbelievers (which also means it won’t be an ideal church for Christians either for healthy Christian living must be missional).

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20 Quotes from Tim Keller’s New Book on Prayer

“Jesus Christ taught his disciples to pray, healed people with prayers, denounced the corruption of the temple worship (which, he said, should be a ‘house of prayer’), and insisted that some demons could be cast out only through prayer. He prayed often and regularly with fervent cries and tears (Heb. 5:7), and sometimes all night. The Holy Spirit came upon him and anointed him as he was praying (Luke 3:21–22), and he was transfigured with the divine glory as he prayed (Luke 9:29). When he faced his greatest crisis, he did so with prayer. We hear him praying for his disciples and the church on the night before he died (John 17:1–26) and then petitioning God in agony in the Garden of Gethsemane. Finally, he died praying.” (27)

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The Ministry that Makes All the Difference

Weeping may endure for our Monday evening prayer meetings, but it also awakens our hearts for sharing in the joy that comes in the morning. With this hope we are encouraged: “Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving” (Col. 4:2). While my Jonah heart may attempt to run from this responsibility, there is no greater privilege than faithfully coming together in prayer.

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Leaders Collaborate to Help Underserved

“As we looked at expanding (church), we didn’t just look within but we looked without. As we talk about those who are returning home from prison, we looked at the desolation, the destitution, the healthcare disparities. We looked at the unemployment rate in the neighborhood where we serve, it’s almost 70 percent. And there’s so many challenges, and that’s when we started to look at the idea to not just share the Gospel, but show the Gospel in a broader more dynamic way,” says Charles.

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Wesley J. Smith - How Assisted Suicide Advocacy Hurts the Sick

Instead, reporting in the media too often makes us feel like token presences, burdens who are better off dead. For example, in a recent ABC “Nightline,” Ted Koppel interviewed a pro-euthanasia supporter with ALS who announced to the world that he was going to take his life on a specific date. He felt he was obligated to do so because of his beliefs and the terminal situation of his disease. I found this act of showboating pretentious and ABC’s presentation of his condition exploitive. Mr. Koppel asked him why he had not yet taken his life and his only answer was… no answer. It was obvious to me that despite what he said, this man really wanted to live. Indeed, the people around him urged him to live. He listened. He did not commit suicide but died a peaceful and natural death with loved ones at his side.

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Expanded Skin Colors Are Coming to Emojis As Diversity Effort Continues

People all over the world want to have emoji that reflect more human diversity, especially for skin tone. The Unicode emoji characters for people and body parts are meant to be generic, yet following the precedents set by the original Japanese carrier images, they are often shown with a light skin tone. ...

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Alex and Brett Harris Are Doing Hard Things

“I feel like Alex’s and my stories thus far are two different testimonies to the power of doing hard things and rebelling against low expectations as teens,” Brett said. “Alex is demonstrating the incredible momentum that you can have, and the level of competence and character that can be achieved, if you start pursuing them at a young age.”

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When Death Calls

So I was off, a haze of marathon flights, airport lounges, and Ebola health checks on days we travelled and packed days with inspiring people of faith when we arrived. I met first-generation Christians in China and talked with teachers working in impoverished slums in Kenya. During the last leg of our trip, a Ugandan boy whispered to me, “Jesus saved my life.” It had been a lot to take in: the travel, the cultural adjustments, the people, and the great need I saw all over.

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‘There Was No Republican Wave’

(Note: We’ll be traveling tomorrow, returning Friday.) “Given Obama’s low approval ratings, Republicans could have been running away with this thing,” the Washington Post’s E.J. Dionne wrote last week. Well, there’s no use crying over spilled milk. Anyway, according to CNN’s Sally Kohn, Democrats had “already won” three weeks ago. After all, there was “still a contest in the Senate,” “Democratic policies” were “emerging as third...

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10 Objections Believers of New Age Religion Have to Christianity and Their Answers

I believe simply put New Age is by passing the cross the blood the wrath that God Himself poured out on His Son Jesus Christ and His finished work on the cross FOR ALL SIN. Jesus FINISHED FULFILLING THE LAW OF GOD. It IS Father God who sent His Son to pay the price for the three things that are hidden in the ark of the covenant. What are those three things man’s rejection of God’s provision, God’s law and God’s chosen priest. It is Jesus obedience to His Father and Jesus came to reveal the name ABBA FATHER. It’s about JESUS! We are to rightly divide the Word of God that only comes through the power of the Holy Spirit in revelation what is law and what is grace and truth. Revelation occurs through meditation on the Word, asking Father questions and hearing the Word of God (not the word from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, consciousness and or natural man’s interpretation). Remember Jesus was under law when He spoke things in the synoptic gospels and the book of John. Such as what is the way to heaven when the rich young ruler came and asked Jesus? The rich young ruler never just asked which is the way to heaven, he asks his question based on his goodness in keeping the law.

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Why Evangelicals Are Wary of the Government

For example, a number of legal scholars came out against the subpoenas. As Gene Volokh discussed in his coverage of the subpoenas for the Washington Post , the city had no legal ground to ask for such a vast number of documents with only tangential or no clear relevance to the case. He also noted that despite what some evangelicals were claiming, pastors’ sermons can in fact be subpoenaed in certain situations, but in this case, it was not clear how sermons that mentioned homosexuality were pertinent to a case about the validity of petition signatures. Even more troubling, there is a long history of using subpoenas coercively to punish or intimidate people, he argued, suggesting that the evangelical community’s concerns about the subpoenas were legitimate.

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http://www.crossway.org/books/dangerous-calling-hcj/

“Pastoral ministry is a dangerous calling, and this is a dangerous book. It will not leave you unchanged. Pastors need pastors, and by God’s grace, every page of this book will minister to your heart, your marriage, your family, and the people you serve—in ways you never thought you needed it. This book digs down into the inner recesses of our hearts to reveal our greatest idols and point to our greatest needs. It will make you joyfully uncomfortable and, by God’s grace, will bring you to your knees in tears of thankfulness only to help lift your weary head to fix your renewed gaze on Christ. This book is like a mirror that redirects our hearts’ reflection from ourselves to Christ. If this book were a sermon, it would be the most weighty and refreshing sermon you’ve ever needed to hear. My sincere hope is that this book would be translated into multiple languages, become required reading in seminaries, and be ¬distributed to Christians everywhere who know they’re called to serve God and others with the gifts the Holy Spirit has equipped them.

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C.S. Lewis Foresaw Rise of Scientism as Religion Today, Says Scholar at Apologetics Conference

CHARLOTTE — The rise of "scientism," in which science is uncritically treated as a religion, holding the power to decide ethical questions, was predicted by famous 20th century Christian author C.S. Lewis, scholar John West explained at Southern Evangelical Seminary's 2014 National Conference on Christian Apologetics.

47 Church History in Plain Language - Christian Research Institute

Denver Seminary Professor Bruce Shelley compiles 2,000 years of church history into 500 pages using a thematic/chronological approach. Focusing on the most important issues and events, this wonderful tool is ideal for the lay person and reads like a novel.

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The Zimzum of Love

ME : "I'm seeing subtle but big successes in every chapter. You tell stories about your marriage that are amazing exercises in self-marketing—you seem to be talking about conflict but you never let yourself look nasty. And your wife never comes close to looking bad, which is so important on the Oprah Winfrey Network and Oprah's tours. On every page I see great branding, great re-packaging. 'Relationship' is such a boring, overused word. You've done away with relationship and started talking instead about this Energy, this Zimzum, this Space that only the two of you share."

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Princeton Theoretical Physicist Paul Steinhardt on the "Multiverse"

Paul Steinhardt, a theoretical physicist at Princeton University and one of the early contributors to the theory of eternal inflation, saw the multiverse as a "fatal flaw" in the reasoning he had helped advance, and he remains stridently anti-multiverse today. "Our universe has a simple, natural structure," he said in September. "The multiverse idea is baroque, unnatural, untestable and, in the end, dangerous to science and society."

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Interview: Award-Winning Gospel Trio 'Virtue' on Reunion, Family Heartaches, and Special Meaning Behind Single 'You Are'

My mom was a single parent so she raised all of us by herself and everything she tried to put us in like for church, any activities, it was always expensive because it was a lot of us but we always ended up able to do it. Somehow it was always paid anonymously. Someone had paid it and years and years pass and we find out that it was this same guy who is now funding this project. He has been in our lives and God sent him then and He kept him there so when he approached us about doing this CD we were like, "mmm.. no, we don't know." So we prayed about it, gave it a couple weeks and everyone one was on the same page and here we have it, Virtue, back together. We'll never be separated because we're sisters but the names goes professionally He knew the ultimate plan for the man, his name is Gary Crockett, for him to be the life-line for our music and he's has been there. So God, He always has a way to work things out so that is how we are able to do this because this man … he believes in us. He's been there since the very beginning. He's like our big brother and he knew. So we're so grateful and honored that God chose us to continue in this ministry.

51 Evangelical Vote Played Key Role in Republican Victories, Data Shows
52 Christian Rapper Trip Lee Tells Fans 'I Never Retired' From the Hip Hop Game
53 GoPro Captures an Incredibly Rare Siberian Tiger Release – This is a Must-See!
54 The TC Apologetics Daily
55 Senate Candidates Who Championed Pro-Life, Social Conservative Principles Win Decisive Victories
56 20 Ways to Refresh the Hearts of the Missionary Saints on Furlough
57 The Varieties of "Atheism"; plus on Kindle Now, Here's Our New Book The Unofficial Guide to Cosmos
58 At 30, Republican Elise Stefanik Makes History to Become The Youngest Woman Ever Elected to Congress
59 God's Not Dead: God's Not Dead: The Bible is the Word of the Lord
60 Is This the End for Mideast Christianity?
61 Murdered Memphis Pastor's Family Seeks Answers in Wake of Shooting Death
62 David Brainerd
63 Millionaire Dedicates His Free Time to Cleaning Up The Streets Every Morning (VIDEO)
64 WORLD | Missouri loses first round in marriage fight | The Editors | Nov. 5, 2014
65 God Helps These Sweet Foster Kids Find Their Forever Home – Hallelujah! (VIDEO)
66 Baskin-Robbins Will Celebrate Veterans' Day With Camo-Ice Cream
67 WORLD | Republicans catch a wave | J.C. Derrick | Nov. 5, 2014
68 David Platt Vows to Continue Preaching Ministry While President of SBC's International Mission Board
69 New York Archdiocese Plans to Merge Over 100 Parishes; More Than 30 Churches Expected to Close
70 10 Mothers Are Worried They May Not Be Raising Their Child Correctly – Hear What Their Kids Had to Say!
71 Come Reason's Apologetics Notes: What Archaeology Can Tell Us About the Bible
72 Princeton Theoretical Physicist Paul Steinhardt on the "Multiverse"
73 The Might and Majesty of Meekness
74 Country Music Superstar Releases A Popular Song – But Do You Know the Story Behind the Inspiring Lyrics?
75 Who Is Guy Fawkes: From Catholic Dissident to Face of Hackers, Resistance, Anarchy
76 A 90-Year-Old WWII Veteran Has Been Thrown in Jail – Wait Until You Hear Why, You Will Go Nuts!
77 Dartmouth Physicist: When Science Shades Over Into Faith
78 Reaching & Teaching Blog: 8 Essential Components for Discerning God's Will
79 Why Our Moral Debt Could Be Transferred to Jesus - Stand to Reason Blog
80 Thousands of People Break Quarantines to Find Food Despite Rising Ebola Infection Rate in Sierra Leone
81 George W. Bush Says He Read the Bible Every Day of His Presidency, at Museum of the Bible Event
82 Toughest People to Love
83 God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: How to Refute Islam at Its Base
84 Does God repent? - Christian Research Institute
85 How Not to React to the Ebola Crisis
86 WORLD | Stand down or stand our ground? | La Shawn Barber | Nov. 5, 2014
87 21 Bugs That Are Incredibly Disguised to Trick Other Animals
88 Giving International Students an Opportunity for Education
89 The Biggest Heresy In America | HeadHeartHand Blog
90 Recovering from a Dud
91 Optimizing Training for Maximum Gains
92 WORLD | Lone star, lone party: Republicans relish rule in Texas | Caroline Leal | Nov. 5, 2014