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You can officially add “Jetovator” to your Christmas list. A group of YouTube filmmakers have made a Star Wars-inspired short film, centered around a race between water-powered Speeder Bikes constructed from the water crafts and a ton of Duck tape. The result is the coolest fan-made Star Wars movie you'll see today.

This 'Finding Dory' Trailer Recut as a Psychological Thriller Will Change the Way You See It Forever

The video editing geniuses at CineFix recut a trailer to Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory to make it into a psychological thriller, and it works surprisingly well. Warning, you probably won’t see Dory the same way again.

Here Are the First Trailers for ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

We finally have a full trailer for the new Spider-Man movie, and it looks very, very promising. The clip has everything you’d want in a collaboration between Sony and Marvel: Cool villains, lots of action and, of course, a wise-cracking Tony Stark. Spider-Man: Homecoming drops in July.

The ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ Trailer Just Dropped

A trailer for the latest installment in the Planet of the Apes franchise has released. The movie picks up where Dawn of the Planet of the Apes left off, with humanity and apes preparing for a final battle of species. And yes, seeing CG apes riding on horses—now armed with guns—is still weirdly unsettling. The movie releases in July.

Nigeria: 737,000 people displaced by Boko Haram last year - premier

As many as 737,000 Nigerians were forced to flee their homes because of Boko Haram in 2015 alone, an international report has found.

A lesson about men for marriage-minded women from the movie “High Noon”

One of my favorite movies for explaining the differences between men and women is “High Noon” (1952). Here’s the summary from IMDB: Former marshal Will Kane (Gary Cooper) is prepa…

Silicon-Based Life: If Scientists Repurpose an Enzyme, Is It Intelligent Design?

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Reasons To Believe : Science News Flash: An Old-Earth Perspective on Dinosaur Feathers Preserved in Amber

It turns out the same is true for paleontologist Lida Xing who purchased several amber pieces from a market in Myitkyina in the country of Myanmar. The amber sold at the market comes from a nearby mine in the Hukawng Valley. While most buyers are looking for amber to make jewelry, Xing was looking for amber with inclusions of plant and animal remains. The amber from the mine dates to 99 million years. Because of the amber’s age, the well-preserved plant and animal remains entombed by this fossilized tree resin offer a unique glimpse at ancient life on Earth, providing details and insight that far exceed those available from highly compressed fossil remains that typically comprise the fossil record.

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Hand out two pieces of paper to each person in the group. Say the Lord’s Prayer together. When it comes to the line ‘forgive us our sins’, take a moment of quiet to each write on one of the pieces of paper the things for which you are asking God’s forgiveness. Then gather the papers in a large saucepan, light a match and let the papers burn. If you have an open fireplace, burn that the papers there. As you say the line ‘as we forgive those who sin against us’, take Your second piece of paper and write down the names of those you need to forgive. Ask for God’s help to forgive these people, and again gather the papers and burn them. Then continue saying the rest of the Lord’s Prayer together.

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Jesus and Apologetics

Last week we looked at the use of logic in apologetics. We have a reasonable faith and so therefore it should be understood using logic and reason. Just in case you are still not convinced I thought it would be fun to look at how Jesus, the most brilliant thinker in history, used logical arguments to refute His critics and establish the truth of His views. If Jesus used these methods, and we are followers of His, then logically we should do the same.

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The latest news and thoughts for the apologetic-minded Christian. by TC Apologetics

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Is a Challenge to Roe a Heartbeat Away?

This is not the first time such a measure has been enacted at the state level. In 2013, both North Dakota and Arkansas enacted measures that were similar to the Ohio measure. In both instances, the bills were quickly struck down by federal courts. And in January of this year, the Supreme Court declined to hear these cases on appeal.

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Amazon.com: Seven Women: And the Secret of Their Greatness eBook: Eric Metaxas: Kindle Store

Eric Metaxas's latest book, "7 Women and the Secret of Their Greatness", is a collection of mini-biographies of seven women selected from various periods in history. He includes Joan of Arc, Susanna Wesley, Hannah More, Saint Maria of Paris, Corrie ten Boom, Rosa Parks, and Mother Teresa. Metaxas writes in an utterly captivating way and truly brings these women to life on the page. At the start of this book, the only woman I really knew much about was Corrie ten Boom, thanks to reading her book, "The Hiding Place", earlier this year. I had only a small amount of knowledge regarding the other women (including one I had never heard of before). After slowly making my way through the extraordinary stories of these ordinary women, I am blown away by how they allowed themselves to be used by God for great purposes. My personal favorites to read about were Hannah More, Saint Maria of Paris, and Corrie ten Boom. By writing about these women in this book and the men from "7 Men", Metaxas gives us a wonderful gift. In our world gone crazy, we need to learn from these figures who have done amazing and mighty things simply by being available to be used by God for His glory and good purposes.

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Southern Evangelical Seminary  developed the subject series for the Christmas season. This is a great resource to go through with your family. It will provide you with conversation starters among family and friends this Christmas season. The series will also equip you to answer questions they may have. You can listen to all 12 days  here . Stand firm in Christ, Chase

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Divorce Isn't the Only Way to Quit a Marriage

Speak openly to your partner about your needs. If it’s a conversation surrounding intimacy or sex, be open about that too. There’s nothing wrong with needing a schedule or speaking to a counselor that might help you reconnect. Life is crazy and we fall into default mode rather easily. Neglecting your connection ultimately pushes you further apart. I have friends who have an “every Tuesday” rule because it's perfect timing for their schedules. Work at your connection. It's important to protect that, no matter what. Even when you’re mad, irritated or tired. Chances are that if you prioritize your “schedule,” you will forget why you were mad or irritated in the first place.

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The Apostle Paul's letters; From Man or God?

In my last post we asked the question, “Were the authors of the New Testament (NT) aware that they were writing with divine authority?” The liberal will say “NO”. They contend that the authors of the NT were writing occasional documents. These letters were never intended to have universal application much less carry divine authority. In fact, so they say, it was the later church that imposed upon these letters authority.

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Kids Aren’t the Priority. Marriage Is.

Wow, how I would love to step back into time in my nearly 21 years of marriage and three children later and re-prioritize. My wife and I have fallen so by the wayside in our marital relationship while she has become bonded more with our kids. And if the kids aren't around, she's glued to her cell phone looking at Pintrest or Facebook and not talking to me. Makes for one lonely marriage when only one person is trying to connect and the other person doesn't care to even try.

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Wesley Snipes Is Writing a Novel About Spiritual Warfare

There are spiritual warriors that inhabit this planet who are here to help balance out the evil forces, and they are always looking for the next apprentice. And when they find the next apprentice to train—the next heir apparent—then they can move on to the higher realms.

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City's refugee welcome is inspiring, says Archbishop Justin Welby - premier

The Archbishop of Canterbury said it has been "inspiring" to see first-hand work in his former-home city to welcome refugees.

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Dear Teens, Virginity Is Good for You

We talk about this on BreakPoint quite a bit: Young people who wait until after the wedding have a better chance for a stable, fulfilling, happy marriage—not to mention they don’t have to worry about sexually transmitted diseases and unplanned pregnancies. You’ve probably also heard me or Eric Metaxas talk about how obedience to the Lord’s loving plan for confining sex within marriage brings incalculable spiritual benefits in our Christian lives.

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Why Kids Need a Biblical Worldview and Where to Start - Jonathan Morrow

I know life is crazy busy and some days its all about survival mode. And we need to apologize quickly when we blow it. But every little conversation or bedtime story in the context of a loving secure relationship with Mom and Dad makes an eternal impact. Here’s a place to start. I’ve created a pdf that has my top 5 biblical worldview resources for kids. Order one of these resources today, and start reading it together. You can do this!

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Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels - Kindle edition by J. Warner Wallace, Lee Strobel. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

Christian apologetics is a constantly growing and changing scene and although it's the one career path that will absolutely guarantee that you'll never be rich, but there's definitely no shortage of "C-list/B-list" apologists out there. These folks are usually uneducated "discernment ministry" types running their own basement/blog "ministries" and defending the faith against the attacks of skeptics, academics, heretics and YouTube atheists. But, there are also a few "A-List" folks who have respectable education, write books, teach at Christian Colleges/Seminaries, debate Bart Ehrman or Richard Dawkins (two resume-making debaters for Christian apologists) and put on Alaskan cruises devoted to apologetics and worship via buffet. Of the "A-List" apologists, William Lane Craig is one of the biggest, so it's no surprise that several in his circle, the newest of which is J. Warner Wallace, are climbing onto the "A-List" and getting exposure (and plenty of endorsements from the staff and friends of Biola). All that being said, when I started reading "Cold Case Christianity" by J. Warner Wallace, I already had an idea what to expect: Card-carrying evidentialist apologetics, mainly philosophical defense of Christianity, plenty of party-line towing with regards to the evidentialist apologists (i.

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Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels

Most of us in the Star Trek generation understand this philosophy, even if we can't articulate it perfectly. Philosophical naturalism rejects the existence of supernatural agents, powers, beings, or realities. It begins with the foundational premise that natural laws and forces alone can account for every phenomenon under examination. If there is an answer to be discovered, philosophical naturalism dictates that we must find it by examining the relationship between material objects and natural forces; that's it, nothing more. Supernatural forces are excluded by definition. Most scientists begin with this presupposition and fail to consider any answer that is not strictly physical, material, or natural. Even when a particular phenomenon cannot be explained by any natural, material process or set of forces, the vast majority of scientists will refuse to consider a supernatural explanation. Richard Lewontin (an evolutionary biologist and geneticist) once famously wrote a review of a book written by Carl Sagan and admitted that science is skewed to ignore any supernatural explanation, even when the evidence might indicate that natural, material explanations are lacking.

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Rapid Response: “You Can’t Be Certain About the Claims of Christianity” | Cold Case Christianity

In our Rapid Response series, we tackle common concerns about (and objections to) the Christian worldview by providing short, conversational responses. These posts are designed to model what our answers might look like in a one-on-one setting, while talking to a friend or family member. Imagine if someone made the following statement: “No one can be absolutely certain about ancient historical claims, and the Bible can’t be proven beyond a possible doubt. The claims of Christianity are dramatic and critical. If you want me to believe these kinds of claims you’d have to be able to prove them beyond any doubt.” How would you respond to such a statement? Here is a conversational example of how I recently replied:

20 The Humility of a King | Stand to Reason

The divergence of Jesus’ rule from Pharisaic rule is stark. Throughout his gospel, Matthew addresses the emerging power of the Pharisaic rabbis. His gospel was likely written in the Syria-Palestine area, where the rabbis exercised serious influence in Jesus’ day. Matthew records the growing conflict between Jesus and the Jewish religious leaders. Things start “heating up” in chapter 12, as we see the religious leaders’ initial rejection of Jesus and his authority. In chapter 14, Jesus withdraws with his disciples, but in chapters 15 and 16, He encounters more resistance from the scribes, Pharisees, and Sadducees. The confrontations continue in chapters 19, 21, and 22. After Jesus silences the Sadducees in 22:23-46, the religious leaders do not “dare from that day on to ask Him another question.”

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22 Dressing Melania

That’s what came to mind when I learned recently that several major clothing designers refused to dress Melania Trump because they dislike the President-elect.

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The Briefing 12-12-16 - AlbertMohler.com

It’s a really important piece that ran just last week. He writes, “The presidential election was so close that many factors were ‘but-for’ causes of Donald Trump’s victory.” That ‘but-for’ in other words is in quotation marks as if it marks the beginning of an argument. One factor that has been overlooked, he argues, is Donald Trump’s surprising success with religious voters. “According to exit polls,” he writes, “Trump received 81 percent of the white evangelical Christian vote, and Hillary Clinton only 16 percent. Trump did significantly better than the overtly religious Mitt Romney [a Mormon we note] and the overtly evangelical George W. Bush. He likely,” according to Bernstein, “over-performed among other theologically conservative voters, such as traditionalist Catholics, as well.” He then goes on to ask, “To what can we attribute Trump’s success? The most logical answer is that religious traditionalists felt that their religious liberty was under assault from liberals, and they therefore had to hold their noses and vote for Trump.” At this point we simply have to say that there is, of course, plenty of empirical evidence for making this argument.

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Why Do We Envy the Wicked?

When life seems unfair, or you feel depressed, or you feel like you’re being exploited, where do you turn? Do you turn to work to drown out your feebleness with more effectiveness? Do you turn to the mall to drown out your monotony with new clothes? Do you turn to your phone and social media to drown out your depression with a shot of affirmation? Do you turn to alcohol to numb your struggle? These therapeutic band-aids to our challenges cannot fundamentally heal us. They will only cover the pain for a moment.

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Disappointing Worship Services

If you often feel Sunday-morning letdown, consider the expectations you have for your church. What do you expect from the environment? Do you expect it to be well-furnished and ornate with well-executed and culturally relevant music? Beware of ways that our consumer mindset pollutes our attitudes at church. The church is more like a dinner in, at home with family, than one out at an expensive restaurant.

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Can Christian Men and Women Be Friends?

“Love your neighbor as yourself: I am the Lord” (Leviticus 19:18). No pharisaical command about male-female relationships should inhibit this command. Neither should a libertarian free-for-all subtly subvert it. God delights in male-female friendships, but only when they say something true and good about him to the world (John 13:35). Men and women, let’s be diligent in wisdom, relentlessly above reproach, and let’s be friends in Christ.

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'New York Times' Executive Editor On The New Terrain Of Covering Trump

BAQUET: You know, I guess I'm not. I guess I think that the laws are so fortified in the country. I am more worried - and it is more problematic - if Donald Trump and the people around Donald Trump - and, again, I'm going to take him at his word when he says that he's going to behave differently as president of the United States. But if he doesn't, I'm more worried the president of the United States has tremendous power to thwart the flow of free information. The greatest stories of our generation have come from people who decided inside government that they wanted to talk to reporters secretly, whether it was Edward Snowden, whether it was the Pentagon Papers, whether it was The New York Times' publication of the NSA wiretaps.

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Did the Gospel Writers Intend to Write Accurate History?

Most people– unless they have been educated out of it –still believe that you can know some things about the past. In other words, we can discover important historical truths about people like Plato, Alexander the Great, and Julius Caesar (and I would argue Jesus of Nazareth…but that’s another post).

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Can Christians Benefit from Books by Nonbelievers?

Okay, Jonathan, here is my most recent thinking about why a measured use of wide reading, including non-Christian authors, is a wise thing. I call it the reality factor. When I am reading the Bible, there are dozens and dozens of experiences and concepts and words that I can fly right over without pausing to contemplate the reality behind the words and the experiences and the concepts. And that is what I mean by the reality factor. We need to stop, bring in the reality factor, and go deeper behind.

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Did the Disciples Invent the Resurrection?

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org On Thursday, April 10th, 2014 Dr William Lane Craig spoke on the "Objective Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus" at Yale University. Dr. Craig is one of the leading theologians and defenders of Jesus' resurrection, demonstrating the veracity of his divinity. This is the biggest claim in history! After the lecture, Dr Craig had a lengthy question and answer time with students from Yale. In this video, Dr Craig answers the question, "Did the disciples invent the resurrection?" We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: http://www.youtube.com/reasonablefait... Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reasonablefai...

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Church collapse kills at least 60 - premier

The death toll from a church collapse in southern Nigeria could rise from the current figure of 60 as debris is cleared away, rescue officials have warned.

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Grieved to hear this " @CTmagazine : Cairo church attack kills 25 on Muhammad's birthday. http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2016/december/cairo-church-attack-kills-25-egypt-copts-bomb-cathedral.html … ”

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Practicing Advent in a Time of Turbulence

For me, there have been years in which practicing Advent took discipline; I had to hold myself back from leaping to the Christmas merriment. This year, I could not jump to a holly jolly Christmas if I tried. This year, I know in my very bones that I need this space to stop and grieve the brokenness, disappointment, and darkness. This year, I collapsed into Advent like I was falling into the arms of an old friend. There, I’m held by my local and global church community as together we mourn, wait, ache, and sing “Oh Come, Oh Come Emmanuel.”

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The God of the Old and New Testaments; Same or Different?

Doesn't it seem as if there is a lot of violence and wrath in the Old Testament? Surely this cannot be the same God as the one the Apostle John told us is love (1st John 4:8). Many people, including Christians, struggle with this concept. It is nothing new. Marcion, a 2nd Century "Christian" (I use that term lightly here), pushed this very belief. It led him to reject the entire Old Testament and only accept part of the New Testament as Scripture. 5.99!

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Sexual Exploitation and the Syrian Refugee Crisis

The challenge is that both of these inextricably connected issues are overwhelming enough on their own. Millions of Syrian refugees represent the worst humanitarian crisis of our time. And the 46 million victims of human trafficking in our world are enslaved by the fastest-growing criminal industry that generates an estimated $150 billion each year. The overlapping of the two creates an even deeper crisis.

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When Christmas Meets the ‘Umbrage Industry’

Bowler begins with the fascinating history of how the early church chose December 25 as the day to observe Christmas. The Bible gives little guidance, and Bowler is not convinced by the common argument that the church just decided to Christianize a pagan holiday. Instead, he attributes the date to obscure assumptions the early church made about the timing of Jesus’s conception, and the belief that great people sometimes died on the same date they were conceived (around mid-March, in Jesus’s case). Still, Christmas’s proximity to older pagan festivals would plague its reputation for millennia.

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http://pastorrick.com/devotional/english/god-is-close2

God is never too busy for you. That’s how close he is. That’s the kind of love that he has. Psalm 145:18 says, “The Lord is near to all who call on him.” Every time you call, God is near. He thinks about you a lot more than you think about him. He thought about you before you were born. He thinks about you every moment of every day. The truth is that too many times, we get too busy for God. But he never gets too busy for us.

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The Evidence for Christianity Doesn't "Tell" Us Anything

I’m usually careful to avoid making overly aggressive claims when sharing the evidence for Christianity. I seldom tell anyone I can “prove” Christianity is true. Instead, I typically say something like, “I’d be happy to share the evidence I found compelling.” In my experience, there’s a big difference between “proof” and “evidence” . Journalists are seldom careful, however, in distinguishing between the two. I did a quick Internet search and found the following articles:

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The Useful Delusion of Christian Belief

My father taught me how to attend church as a non-believer. He did it for many years in many different contexts with both his kids and grand kids. He was willing to attend Catholic Mass as a non-believer with my mother in the early 1960’s, and he did it again with his second family at the LDS church near his home. He attended Methodist services with my grandparents and Baptist services with my sister-in-law. He also attended the church I pastor several times. He even served once with us on a service project. He sang the songs  and sat quietly during the prayers. If you didn’t know better, you would swear he was a believer. But as a happy atheist, he rejected Christianity (and Mormonism) while he simultaneously embraced these two religions. He rejected their claims related to the existence of God while embracing them as useful delusions. He liked the impact these religions had on his children, and for that he continues to be grateful.

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Supporting Sustainable Fashion Is a Human Rights Issue

The average number of times a person wears an article of clothing is five times. You wear the item five times before it’s (essentially) designed to fall apart . The low costs of factory production labor and poor quality model allows stores to produce at a high volume, stay in front of trends and keep a demand on cheap, unsustainable clothing.

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Modesty Lets Our Light Shine

Those thoughts sparked a Twitter debate on the virtues — or lack thereof — of showing off one’s figure with bare clothing. One reply asked, “What’s wrong with not being covered up?” With only a few characters, Ayesha Curry, a professed believer in Jesus Christ, injected modesty — and salt and light — into the social stream.

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Fun Islamic Facts 14: Licking Muhammad's Fingers (David Wood)

Support my videos on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3615911 Here's the text of the video: Welcome to “Fun Islamic Facts,” where I share fun facts about Muhammad and the Qur’an whenever jihadis go on a killing spree. In Fun Fact Number 9, we saw Muhammad commanding his followers to dunk flies into their food and drinks, even though we know that flies carry diseases such as typhoid, cholera, dysentery, anthrax, salmonella, and tuberculosis. But the prophet who told his followers to dunk flies into their food and drinks also told them to lick each other’s fingers. Sahih al-Bukhari, Number 5456: Narrated Ibn Abbas: The Prophet said, “When you eat, do not wipe your hands till you have licked it, or had it licked by somebody else.” Sahih Muslim 5294: It was narrated that Ibn Abbas said: “The Messenger of Allah said: ‘When one of you eats some food, let him not wipe his hand until he has licked it, or had it licked.’” Why did Muhammad want his followers to lick their fingers and to lick each other’s fingers? He tells us. Sahih Muslim 5300: It was narrated from Jabir that the Prophet enjoined licking one’s fingers and (wiping) the plate, and he said: “You do not know in which part the blessing is.

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Addressing the Concerns of a Critic and the Case for Intelligent Design

In 2008, Baker Books published my book, The Cell’s Design . Overall, the reaction to the book has been positive. But there have been a few reviews that were critical. One of note was written by microbiologist Frank Steiner. A recent discovery regarding the structure of an enzyme by researchers from Germany helps address the central point made by Steiner, and in doing so actually strengthens the case for the intelligent design of biochemical systems.

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The Ultimate Goal of Reading the Bible

The reason that’s relevant for what we’re going to do together in the three sessions that we have this weekend is that, if it’s true, then it carries huge implications about the way we read the Bible. If the spiritual sight of the glory of God — the spiritual sense of a divine and supernatural light — is the means by which God planned for the truthfulness of his Word to be known, and if that sight is a supernatural experience enabled by the Holy Spirit opening the eyes of our heart (Ephesians 1:18), then the implication is that we should read our Bibles with the desire and the prayer and the expectation that this supernatural encounter — this miracle — will happen. And so we should be on the lookout for the supernatural reality of the glory of God and take whatever steps we can to see it.

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South Korea Votes to Impeach First Woman President

Park was accused of allowing a non-governmental friend to weigh in and influence topics from her wardrobe to who would be placed in official positions; she is also accused of extorting millions from South Korean companies with the help of this friend.

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Stealing From God (paperback)

FANTASTIC! This book takes the tiger by the tail and calls those that rant against Christianity to the carpet, with THE EVIDENCE, THE TRUTH, and breaks down EXACTLY what they "stand" for and against, and what is shown in this book, they have NOTHING to stand on. EVERY CHRISTIAN should know the facts and tactics, atheists use against Christianity, and with that knowledge, the atheist sand castle can't possibly stand. Thank you, Frank for all the effort and research to put this book together. It compels me to know Hiis Word and their tactics, and now I feel MUCH more equipped, and confident when I encounter and engage, an atheist, not to rant back at them, but to present real truth, to help them think and prayerfully find who it is they rage against, and truly find Jesus.

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52 Brits to spend 1.9 billion minutes on social media on Christmas Day - premier
53 Child stabbed after claims she was possessed by Jesus - premier
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55 Jury shown moment church shooting suspect calmly leaves building - premier
56 Crossway on Twitter
57 Wait to Date Until You Can Marry
58 Reasons To Believe : Mass Extinction Cycle and Life’s Long History
59 WORLD on Twitter
60 Can Science Disprove God?
61 Washington Post, Your Attacks on Evangelicals are Getting Dangerous | The Stream
62 Resurrecting Bodily Remains | Reasonable Faith
63 Christianity is a crutch...you may need it someday - The Veritas Forum
64 Renewing Your Mind | Substitutionary Atonement | Dec 12, 2016
65 Log In - New York Times
66 Do Miraculous Events (Like the Virgin Conception) Invalidate Christianity? (Podcast) | Cold Case Christianity
67 Teacher fired for stating pro-life views that “triggered” pro-abortion student
68 Day 11: The Incarnation
69 Join the Prayer Movement for Life!
70 Journey: Session Four: Growing in Humility
71 What If I Don’t Want to Pray?
72 The Briefing 12-12-16 - AlbertMohler.com
73 The Briefing 12-12-16 - AlbertMohler.com
74 Albert Mohler | Facebook
75 The Columbo Tactic: Diplomacy Rather than D-Day (Greg Koukl)
76 13 Christian Gift Ideas from the Christian Gift Store
77 Are counter-imperial readings of the Bible about to make a comeback?
78 Day 12: Why Jesus had to Come.
79 Case Making Apps Every Christian Should Have on Their Phone or Tablet | Cold Case Christianity
80 Retrieving The Reformation After Babel: A Conversation with Professor Kevin J. Vanhoozer - AlbertMohler.com
81 Wintery Knight on Twitter
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83 God’s Promise for the Disappointed
84 Is God Necessary for Morality?
85 Atlas Obscura on Twitter
86 Compassion: 145,000 Children Could Lose Sponsorship by Christmas
87 LifeWay Poll Says 38 Percent of Evangelicals Believe Physician-Assisted Suicide Is Morally Acceptable
88 The Crown, The Pastorate, and Hidden Vulnerability
89 Is there such a thing as “the one”?
90 Dr. Brown Exegetes John 6:37-44
91 Continually Washed by the Gospel
92 Parents: Don’t Train Your Kids On Your Own | Cold Case Christianity