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The conviction to lead: Winston Churchill’s courageous legacy | Resources

In his ninety years, Churchill had spent fifty-five years as a member of Parliament, thirty-one years as a minister, and nearly nine years as prime minister. He had been present at or fought in fifteen battles, and had been awarded fourteen campaign medals, some with multiple clasps. He had been a prominent figure in the First World War, and a dominant one in the Second. He had published nearly 10 million words, more than most professional writers in their lifetime, and painted over five hundred canvases, more than most professional painters. He had reconstructed a stately home and created a splendid garden with its three lakes, which he had caused to be dug himself. He had built a cottage and a garden wall. He was a fellow of the Royal Society, an Elder Brother of Trinity House, a Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, a Royal Academician, a university chancellor, a Nobel Prizeman, a Knight of the Garter, a Companion of Honour, and a member of the Order of Merit. Scores of towns made him an honorary citizen, dozens of universities awarded him honorary degrees, and thirteen countries gave him medals. He hunted big game and won a score of races. How many bottles of champagne he consumed is not recorded, but it may be close to twenty thousand. He had a large and much-loved family, and countless friends.

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‘Fixer Upper’ Couple: ‘Our Family Has Made a Commitment to Put Christ First’

The couple behind HGTV’s reality series Fixer Upper recently spoke with Billy Graham Evangelistic Association about their faith and the impact the show has had on viewers. Fixer Upper centers on Chip and Joanna Gaines, and—like a lot of HGTV series—shows the designers undertaking new home renovation projects each episode. The couple first met at Baylor University, and for years, ran a home renovation and design company before being approached by the cable network. In the interview, they explained: Our family has made a commitment to put Christ first, a lifestyle our parents modeled for us very well. They showed us how to keep our marriage and family centered around God. As for "Fixer Upper", we have been surprised at the impact of our faith through the show. We haven’t been overtly evangelical, but the rich feedback we have received on family and love all source from our faith. Jesus said the world would know His disciples by their love for one another, and we’ve glimpsed this in practice and strive for it every day. It’s not the first time the show’s stars have spoken about their faith. Back in April, Joanna filmed this video for Baylor, discussing her testimony, her calling and how she uses her platform to share her faith.

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Seven Marks of Christian Maturity | Resources

Seven Marks of Christian Maturity

Watch the Kid President Team Explain How ‘Peanuts’ Inspired the Viral Series

The duo behind YouTube’s most inspiring series, Kid President, recently visited with the family of Peanuts-creator Charles Schulz to discuss the legacy of the comic and how the series has inspired quirky art like their YouTube series. For fans of Charlie Brown or Kid President, Robby Novak and Brad Montague’s thoughts on creativity and childlike humor provide for an interesting short watch.

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Break Up Your Afternoon By Watching Hundreds of Tubes of Go-Gurt Explode in Slow Motion

We’re all busy. We’ve all got important things that need to be done today. But let’s be honest, your never too busy to watch 1,000 tubes of Go-Gurt exploding in super slow motion. This is why the Internet, and arguably Go-Gurt, was invented.

This Department Store Christmas Ad is the Sweetest Thing You'll See All Day

U.K. department store John Lewis has become known for their touching Christmas commercials, and this year the store went above and beyond, setting their ad in outer space. It's not the most logical commercial, and it might leave you with a lot of questions (How can that old man breathe on the moon without an oxygen tank? How is that little girl's telescope so powerful? What exactly are they trying to sell?), but it will also warm your heart. And after all, isn't that the real point of Christmas ads?

Coldplay Announces Album Release Date, Debuts New Single

Today’s a big day for Coldplay fans. Not only has the band confirmed the release date of their new album A Head Full of Dreams on Dec. 4, they’ve also released the single they teased earlier this week. You can check out “Adventure of a Lifetime” below.

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http://seanmcdowell.org/blog/what-makes-the-deaths-of-the-apostles-unique

In contrast to the beliefs of Buddhist monks and Muslim radicals and any other modern martyrs, including Christians, the beliefs of the apostles was not received secondhand, but from personal experience with the risen Jesus (Acts 1:21-22; 1 Cor 15:5-8). They proclaimed what they had seen and heard with their own eyes and ears, not stories received from others (Acts 1:3; 2:22-24). Peter not only claims that he was an eyewitness but that the events took place in public and that his audience had full knowledge of them. The events were not done secretly in a corner. Buddhist monks and Muslim terrorists are certainly willing to suffer and die for a faith they received secondhand, but the apostles were willing to suffer and die for what they had seen with their own eyes.

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The Resurrection of Jesus | Reasonable Faith

3. Certain appearances have earmarks of historicity. For example, we have good evidence from the gospels that neither James nor any of Jesus’ younger brothers believed in him during his lifetime. There is no reason to think that the early church would generate fictitious stories concerning the unbelief of Jesus’ family had they been faithful followers all along. But it is indisputable that James and his brothers did become active Christian believers following Jesus’ death. James was considered an apostle and eventually rose to the position of leadership of the Jerusalem church. According to the first century Jewish historian Josephus, James was martyred for his faith in Christ in the late AD 60s. Now most of us have brothers. What would it take to convince you that your brother is the Lord, such that you would be ready to die for that belief? Can there be any doubt that this remarkable transformation in Jesus’ younger brother took place because, in Paul’s words, “then he appeared to James”?

3 Only the Trinity Fits All of the Scriptural Data - Stand to Reason Blog

For many, the Trinity seems to be a mysterious, intractable difficulty. I think they’re mistaken. I’m convinced the Trinity is not a problem, but a magnificent solution to a host of other problems. Most importantly, only the Trinity is consistent with God’s own self-revelation in both Testaments:

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“For evangelicals, J. I. Packer stands as one of the foremost theological leaders of this generation. His writings have illuminated the minds of countless Christians with the clarity of the Bible’s teaching. He has answered our questions, provoked our thinking, expanded our understanding, and always pointed us to Christ. I’m so glad that Crossway has produced this biography of the man behind the words.” Phillip D. Jensen , Evangelist and Bible Teacher, Two Ways Ministries

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Mountain Brook teen and LSU superfan Sid Ortis dies

Surrounded by family, 16-year-old Sid passed away early this morning. "Today around 7:24 a.m., Sid won his race and is in Heaven celebrating,'' his mom, Lynn Ortis, posted on Facebook. "We are so proud of our son for not getting bitter, living life, trusting Jesus until the end. Please pray for us as we learn to live without him."

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Not everyone thinks Starbucks' new holiday cups are so great

This isn’t the first time Starbucks has been attacked for its cup designs. In 2005, the company launched its "The Way I See It" campaign, printing quotes from notable figures on its cups. Some dealt with gay rights and religion, drawing anger from Christian and Muslim groups. The company quietly discontinued the campaign after two years. And just last March, Starbucks was forced to yank its controversial #RaceTogether campaign, which was intended to get people to talk about race, only days after launching it.

9 Religious children are meaner than their secular counterparts, study finds

“It would be interesting to see further research in this area, but we hope this goes some way to undoing the idea that religious ethics are innately superior to the secular outlook. We suspect that people of all faiths and none share similar ethical principles in their day to day lives, albeit may express them differently depending on their worldview.”

10 Time With God Shouldn’t Be a Chore

If being outside makes your soul come alive, set aside intentional time to connect with God in the great outdoors. The One who called the earth into existence is the same God who died on the crossbars of a tree to save us. The whole earth is full of God’s glory (Isaiah 6:3)—so go and encounter Him there. Sit by a river and meditate on Scripture. Go on a hike and let the beauty of the earth remind you of God’s beauty.

11 Why We Should All Practice Confession

I agree with the author whole-heartily, we ( the church) need to practice the "cleansing" of confession.Let me be clear up front that when I mention cleansing, I do not mean a human absolution of sin.Scripture is emphatic that only God can forgive sin, Psalms "Against you and you only have I sinned", however Jesus makes it clear that we posses the authority to extend forgiveness to others and , in deed, the extension of said forgiveness is required of us in order to receive forgiveness ourselves. I have come to believe that without confession ( performed in the proper loving environment) we then create an unattainable perfectionists environment because if we do acknowledge our sin, many times we will be looked upon with disdain and judged as being a lousy Christian and subsequently living in that mindset.

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Goodbye 'Bathroom Bill': Houston Voters Reject New LGBT Protections

The Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, or HERO, was branded the “bathroom bill” by opponents who feared accommodation of transgender individuals would give men, including sexual predators, the right to use women’s restrooms in public.

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God Doesn’t Want You to Be Cynical About Your Future

I've been thinking a lot about cynicism. Many recent life events left me cynical. I fight against it on a daily basis, but I don't think I'll ever trust the church (as in, church the institution) like I used to. I'm learning to trust God because he is perfect. The church has issues because its made up of imperfect people, but I can't be mad at God. He is perfect even though the church isn't. I try to believe the best about the world, but I feel like the reason many millennials who are struggling with their faith get upset with the church is because we are trying to believe that the world is still good. We try to believe that there's hope. Yet, I hear over and over again from older Christians that the world is "going to Hell in a handbasket." It's hard. Hard not to be cynical. Hard not to hurt. When the people who are supposed to be your leaders do nothing but condemn your generation, my natural reaction is to not want anything to do with them. So, on a daily basis, I fight cynicism and ask God to help me. I still go to church. Still live a Christian lifestyle. Still follow Jesus. But God, it hurts.

14 Purity Is More Than Saving Sex for Marriage

James states that pure religion is we look after “orphans and widows” (1:27). But whatever cause we undertake—whether we’re called to care for widows and orphans, end sex trafficking, protect the environment, engage the business world, stop abortion or raise a godly family—it’s all fueled from the waters in our spiritual reservoir (see John 7:38).

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Listen to CrossExamined with Frank Turek on American Family Radio network Saturday, 10-11 am Eastern on AFR network streaming audio and FM radio Tune in to our weekly call-in radio program hosted by Frank Turek on American Family Radio network. Join Frank as he discusses challenging topics, takes calls from listeners, and interviews dynamic Christian apologists. Sponsored by CrossExamined.org, this apologetics program is both informative and entertaining!  It is also available in podcast at the iTunes link below.

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http://conference.thegospelcoalition.org/2016

We invite you to the conference for women, but not all about women. It's a gathering of women around the Word of God. To this third TGC Women's Conference, we come joyfully but soberly, knowing that suffering meets us at every hand, right at home and all across the globe. What better book for us in 2016 than 1 Peter—packed with gospel perspective on our short lives. It's a little epistle, but it gives us a big view of who we are in Christ and how we are to live as redeemed sojourners in this world. How do we stand firm in God's true grace? How do we offer a strong shining witness to Jesus Christ even in the midst of fiery trials? Peter points us insistently to the Lord Jesus, to his suffering on our behalf, and to the resurrection life he makes possible for those who believe in him. At TGCW16 we won't be getting away from real life; we will be seeing it clearly, in light of gospel help and hope. By God's grace, we will go away better prepared to live and share resurrection life, in a world of suffering.

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Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Like us on FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/dHs73 Follow us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens Japanese TRAILER (2015) - Star Wars Movie HD Star Wars: The Force Awakens, opens in theaters December 18, 2015. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is directed by J.J. Abrams from a screenplay by Lawrence Kasdan & Abrams, and features a cast including actors John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Academy Award winner Lupita Nyong’o, Gwendoline Christie, Crystal Clarke, Pip Andersen, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max von Sydow. They will join the original stars of the saga, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, and Kenny Baker. The film is being produced by Kathleen Kennedy, J.J. Abrams, and Bryan Burk, and John Williams returns as the composer. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is Episode VII in the Star Wars Saga The Fandango MOVIECLIPS Coming Soon channel is the destination for movie clips, interviews, trailers, TV spots, behind-the-scenes videos, and all promo content for the hottest new movies.

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19 How Suffering Saved My Faith

After leaving that church, I made my own way, and it might be said that I made my own faith, too. As a freshman in college, I actually wrote my own version of the Ten Commandments. Nineteen years old and faux-pensively modifying the Word of God. I guess I had to if I were to find a place for myself inside it. I had already left church for that very reason. I saw no place within its walls for someone like me. God, it seemed, was silent. Could we trust a God who wouldn’t heal, at least not in the way we expected Him to?

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Mormon Church Just Codified Two Major Policies Involving People ‘In Same-Gender Marriage’ and Their Children

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has amended its Church Handbook of Instructions to read that gay couples are apostates who have turned their backs on the church and that their children cannot take part in official church activities.

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How Christians Can Flourish in a Same-Sex-Marriage World

Marriage was not redefined only by the Supreme Court; it was also redefined by decades of social practice. Marriage, over time, has come to be viewed as a contract of individuals based on love rather than an institution recognized by the state to serve social purposes. When gay couples sought to join a contract of individuals based on love, they were pushing on an open door. Arguments for marriage based on tradition or natural law started to sound ancient and unintelligible. And many evangelicals, we must admit, have not been immune to this changed view of marriage.

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24 A Sitcom About Living Biblically Is in Development

What would it be like to literally live as biblically as possible for an entire year? The premise will soon be explored in a TV comedy from the new production company founded by The Big Bang Theory ’s Johnny Galecki (Leonard). The show is based on a 2007 experiment from author A.J. Jacobs—chronicled in his book A Year of Living Biblically , as well as a RELEVANT cover story —in which the agnostic humor writer attempted to follow every command of the Bible as literally as possible for 365 consecutive days. By “literally as possible,” we do mean as literally as possible: This includes dressing, eating, talking, grooming and socializing only as the Bible specifies. There’s no word yet on a release date for the show.

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26 4 Keys to Discovering Your Calling

We live in a day and age in which everything must feel right in order to be right. Although I agree that for some people, their calling is based on what they love and are good at, I find that this article completely overlooks and doesn't even acknowledge that for others, their calling is something of a burden for which God's grace alone is sufficient. With that being said, what if your calling isn't something that makes you jump out of bed in the morning? What if you're not particularly good at it? When God gave Moses his calling, Moses wasn't jumping up and down with happiness. In fact he tried everything he could think of to get out of it. Not only that, but he wasn't good at public speaking either. Yet God called him. And God provided for Moses the grace that he needed to fulfill that calling. And about Jonas? God gave him a pretty clear calling. Jonas ran the other way and when he did fulfill the calling, it was with a wretched attitude. But God used him to bring to repentance an entire city. And what about the apostles. Most of them were fishermen, far from the public speakers they were called to be to proclaim the Gospel.

27 How to Pray for the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Pray for daily reminders that each individual is a person with hopes and dreams and a future. Pray for guidance to become the servant God has called each and everyone one of us to be. Pray for God’s love to flow through you and to those in need. Pray for the boldness to do what is right even when it’s not easy.

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SMH RT @billmooneyhan Leonard Fournette was in Katrina. You won't like Leonard Fournette when he's angry. pic.twitter.com/xCA0ulGbH9

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Words of Grace - Keeping Watch with My Father

Like most men in this world, Kyle Richard Patty is unspectacular, unremarkable, and unlikely to be remembered as “the best.” In our day, being bland is almost a sin. We like to think and speak of ourselves with the grandiosity fit for celebrities. We all can do anything. Everyone is amazing. The worst thing in the world is not to be star. But being amazing probably never entered my father’s mind. I think he just wanted to take care of life’s basics. I think he aspired to be content.

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'The vicar of Baghdad' explains what happened when he invited Isis to dinner

They were coming for him and his people. Friends were being killed or fleeing for their lives. So Andrew White did what he always does when faced with an enemy. “I invited the leaders of Isis [Islamic State] for dinner. I am a great believer in that. I have asked some of the worst people ever to eat with me.”

31 Nearly 1,000 Police Officers Have Been Fired for Sexual Misconduct in Recent Years

In the AP report, Penny Harrington the co-founder of the National Center for Women in Policing who once served as a police chief in Portland, Oregon, explained that many officers know how to avoid punishment: “They knew the DAs. They knew the judges. They knew the safe houses. They knew how to testify in court. They knew how to make her look like a nut. How are you going to get anything to happen when he's part of the system and when he threatens you and when you know he has a gun and ... you know he can find you wherever you go?”

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Innovative Apologetics: Share Your Faith: Witnessing Can Bring Marvelous Results

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Is God’s Love Conditional?

If this is true, I fear that the unguarded reassurances today that God’s love is unconditional may stop people from doing the very things the Bible says they need to do in order to have the peace that they so desperately crave. In trying to give peace through “unconditionality” we may be cutting people off from the very remedy the Bible prescribes.

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Are Moral Truths a Product of Individual Belief?

It sounds as if we are tripping over semantics when the real issues at hand is simply about the knowledge that human beings across our entire globe have basic knowledge about the concepts of right versus wrong. Where do the concepts of fairness come from? Where do we get a sense of what is normal or abnormal? Where do we acquire the knowledge that there is some sort of semblance to this world which has a definite right way of doing things? Is everything simply subjective and are we each defined by our environment, culture, and heritage? This line of thinking sounds solid but does it make sense? For example, have you ever heard of a place in this world where rape, incest or child abuse where openly accepted and popularized? Is there any country that we know of where stealing, murder or treason are looked upon as being subjective actions where a person is never held accountable for such crimes? If these things are inherently wrong, then where did we get the idea which tells us that these behaviors are not acceptable? There are some who say that we just instinctively know what is right and wrong because if the behavior does not benefit society then it is a learned concept handed down from one generation to the next.

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The Folly of Atheism as the Absence of Belief in the Existence of gods | Innovative Apologetics

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If Richard Dawkins Is Right

Luke: There’s no need to worry about that. We could invent a story about a synagogue ruler’s terminally ill daughter being healed, give the synagogue ruler a name, set it all in a particular place, and still no one—absolutely no one, not even the people living in that place—would trouble to fact-check. Everyone would simply swallow the story whole!

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39 Ole Miss Takes Down Its State Flag Because of Confederate Battle Emblem

Earlier today, the University of Mississippi removed the Mississippi state flag from its campus because of the banner's Confederate battle emblem. The university’s interim chancellor, Morris Stocks, announced his decision only after the flag was gone and placed in Ole Miss archives. For a long time, the state flag flew just under Old Glory near the university’s administration building.

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John Hawkins - 20 Questions Conservatives Would Love To See Asked At The Next Democrat Debate

1) Hillary Clinton, your husband has had numerous affairs, has had sex with an intern and he settled a sexual harassment case with Paula Jones. Incidentally, there are far worse accusations than that against him that haven’t been proven. So, isn’t it fair to say that your husband is part of the war on women?

41 20 Ways to Change Your Life in Your Twenties

Emotions are tricky, and they can be trouble. Often, they spring up from our triggered trauma. For example, let’s say (hypothetically) your husband says something about your blog. He might mean it innocently, even positively. But (hypothetically) you hear it differently. You immediately feel threatened, defensive, hurt. All of your (hypothetical) insecurity swells to the surface in an instant. You can go with it. Milk it. Act on it. Hurt him back. Or you can do the better thing and take it back to truth.

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A Tantrum for My Transformation

The alarm fails to sound. The kids are slow to get ready. The fridge is empty of milk (after I set the table with bowls of cereal). And then the route to an appointment is filled with red lights. Soon I find myself stuck for an hour in a tiny exam room, waiting for the doctor to show up while my boys bounce off the walls. After the appointment, we stop at the grocery store on the way home (for the milk) and the boys act like wild animals broke free from a zoo. My heart sighs and I wish I could just rewind time and start the day all over.

43 Sandra Bullock Will Star in a New All-Female ‘Ocean's 11’ Movie

Yet another franchise reboot is in the works. According to Entertainment Weekly, Hunger Games director Gary Ross is set to make a new version of the early 2000s George Clooney heist comedy (which, itself was based on a 1960s Rat Pack action comedy), Ocean's 11 . The new iteration of the caper series will star an all-female cast led by Sandra Bullock. Aside from Bullock, none of the other gang members have been revealed, but we can probably still expect the same sort of slick, Vegas style and quick dialogue: Both Clooney and director Steven Soderbergh are helping to produce.

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Reflections from 40 Years in Pastoral Ministry

Jeff Robinson (PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is a senior editor for The Gospel Coalition. He also pastors a church plant in Louisville, Kenturcky, and serves as senior research and teaching associate for the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies and adjunct professor of church history at Southern Seminary. Prior to entering ministry, he spent nearly 20 years as a newspaper journalist in Georgia, North Carolina, and Kentucky, covering various beats from politics to Major League Baseball and SEC football. He is co-author with Michael Haykin of the book To the Ends of the Earth: Calvin’s Mission Vision and Legacy . Jeff and his wife, Lisa, have four children. You can follow him on Twitter .

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Couldn’t God Have Used Evolution?

I am fairly at a loss to comprehend how anyone, for a moment, can doubt that Christian theology must stand or fall with the historical trustworthiness of the Jewish Scriptures. The very conception of the Messiah, or Christ, is inextricably interwoven with Jewish history; the identification of Jesus of Nazareth with that Messiah rests upon the interpretation of the passages of the Hebrew Scriptures which have no evidential value unless they possess the historical character assigned to them. If the covenant with Abraham was not made; if circumcision and sacrifices were not ordained by Jahveh; if the ‘ten words’ were not written by God’s hand on the stone tables; if Abraham is more or less a mythical hero, such as Theseus; the Story of the Deluge a fiction; that of the Fall a legend; and that of the Creation the dream of a seer; if all these definite and detailed narratives of apparently real events have no more value as history than have the stories of the regal period of Rome—what is to be said about the Messianic doctrine, which is so much less clearly enunciated: And

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Ligonier Ministries

The church has a message for a lost and dying world, but that message has often been obscured or replaced by man-made messages. In this seminar, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson will remind us of the church’s most basic message to the world – the Gospel of Jesus Christ and explain why the continued proclamation of that message is essential.

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It’s All About Jesus! Daily Devotionals with Mark Driscoll Coming Soon…

Thank you to everyone who supports this ministry with prayer, giving, and encouragement. As we continue to increase the ways to get Jesus-centered Bible teaching out, I wanted to make you aware of what is coming next.

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How Do You Move Beyond Generic Theism to Christian Theism?

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org In February 2015, Dr William Lane Craig visited Rutgers University in New Jersey at the invitation of the campus Christian group Ratio Christi. He gave an evening lecture on the subject “The Existence of God and the Beginning of the Universe” to a packed auditorium of several hundred students. Although some pushback was anticipated, the audience, which was composed of both believers and nonbelievers, proved to be very open, and a wonderful time of interaction for an hour and a half afterwards took place. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: http://www.youtube.com/drcraigvideos Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/reasonablefa...

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The Resurrection of Jesus Christ: Infallible Proofs

Christians can have the utmost confidence in the death, burial, and Resurrection of Jesus since God’s Word accurately tells us about these historical events. These central truths of the Christian faith were also witnessed by hundreds of people. Jesus was publicly executed on a Cross, buried in Joseph’s tomb ( Mark 15:42–47 ), and seen alive again by more than 500 people at the same time. The post-Resurrection appearances of Jesus are infallible proofs that He conquered death and God’s Word the infallible proof of the event in our world today. Our next article in the series will look at several other pieces of evidence related to the Resurrection, which will be followed by several articles examining many of the alternative views developed by critics and skeptics to explain away the Resurrection.

51 Does the Resurrection Require Extraordinary Evidence?
52 Is All Worship Equally Acceptable to God? - Stand to Reason Blog
53 Stephen Colbert and Chance the Rapper Are Releasing a Song They Made Together
54 Study: America Is Becoming More Polarized When It Comes to Religion
55 WORLD | A pastor’s aid to teaching ethics | Bill Newton | Nov. 7, 2015
56 9 Tips for Writing Better Announcements
57 WORLD | Prayer and a pass | James Bruce | Nov. 14, 2015
58 Know Your Southern Baptists: Billy Graham
59 Muslims Enter Catholic Monastery And Destroy It. The Reason Why Muslims Destroy Catholic Churches And Monasteries Is Because Islam Is A Form Of Protestantism - Walid Shoebat
60 Loving acts earn a hearing for the gospel, Metaxas tells DBU audience
61 Finding Truth | Apologetics Journal
62 Sherry Turkle: How to Keep Your iPhone from Destroying Your Relationships
63 https://www.crossway.org/books/side-by-side-tpb/
64 Impact 360 Institute
65 WORLD | Bangkok’s goopy pot of spiritual confusion | Sophia Lee | Nov. 7, 2015
66 Miss You Already
67 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
68 Southern Seminary on Twitter
69 If Jesus paid all of our sin debt, then why do we still have physical death?
70 Paul David Tripp on Twitter
71 Truthbomb Apologetics: Common Objection #27- "Intelligent People Don't Believe in God!"
72 Biola University on Twitter
73 2015: The Year of Baptist Books
74 It Takes a Daring Faith to Pray for Success
75 WORLD | A disappointed man | John R. Erickson | Nov. 7, 2015
76 Renewing Your Mind | The Beatitudes | November 7, 2015
77 God, Science & the Big Questions: Leading Christian Thinkers Respond to the New Atheism
78 Desiring God on Twitter
79 Why Pakistan’s Christians Want Muslims to Stop Calling Them 'People of Jesus'
80 Albert Mohler on Twitter
81 J.J. Abrams and Lucasfilm Grant Dying Star Wars Fan's Wish
82 When Jesus Rebukes the Persecuted Church
83 Sean McDowell on Twitter