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Case-Making 101: Is the Bible written by eyewitnesses of the events?

Eyewitness Accounts: Many people think the Bible is just like other “holy books” telling mythological stories or giving philosophical advice. Not true! Upon close examination one will f…

Here’s How You Can Help Aleppo Right Now

The battle for Aleppo is over, and it left the Syrian city completely devastated. As of this morning, artillery “shelling” continued which is delaying the evacuation of millions. More details about the state of the city are rolling in every hour, but what we do know is that people there are facing what experts are calling one of the greatest humanitarian crisis of this generation. And people, especially Christians, can’t ignore it. Here are 4 organizations doing work in Aleppo worth supporting. ###Preemptive Love The Iraq-based organization is focusing their work on helping families fleeing violence in Aleppo. Check out this update from Preemptive Love’s founder, Jeremy Courtney: Click here to give. ###World Vision World Vision, the largest faith-based charity in the world has been helping refugees from Syria for a long time, with a special emphasis on children and food. On their site, they posted this chilling statement: “the situation in Aleppo city is the most dire they have ever seen it. World Food Program food aid has completely run out for about 250,000 people trapped in besieged eastern Aleppo.” Click here to give. ###World Relief World Relief is another organization doing impressive work in and around Aleppo. Their work centers around “providing non-temporary shelters, hygiene items, and trauma therapy to displaced Syrian and Iraqi refugee families, as well as sponsoring child-friendly spaces for mothers and children,” according to their website. Click here to give. ###White Helmets If you haven’t heard about them yet, the White Helmets represent one of the most inspiring developments of the year. The chilling Netflix documentary, White Helmets, tells their story. Check out the trailer: The White Helmets are a volunteer group that runs into harrowing crisis areas in Syria to help victims of the violence. Click here to give to the group.

Bob Dylan Finally Reacts to Winning the Nobel Prize

Bob Dylan finally responded to winning the Nobel Prize for literature. He accepted the award in a speech given on his behalf by the U.S. ambassador in Sweden, Azita Raji. Though Dylan wasn’t able to attend the event in person, the 13-time Grammy award-winner wrote in his speech that he was still there “in spirit.” Dylan went on to express his gratitude in joining the "rare company" of Nobel-winning writers, and prepared to accept his award by reading the works of past winners such as Kipling, Shaw, Thomas Mann, Pearl Buck and Ernest Hemingway. Bob Dylan winning the Nobel Prize in Literature came as a shock to most of us, but none seemed as surprised as Dylan himself. In his speech Dylan wrote, "If someone had ever told me that I had the slightest chance of winning the Nobel Prize, I would have to think that I'd have about the same odds as standing on the moon." The folk-singer paralleled his literary win to the writings of William Shakespeare saying, “I would reckon he thought of himself as a dramatist. The thought that he was writing literature couldn’t have entered his head. His words were written for the stage. Meant to be spoken, not read.” Patti Smith followed Dylan’s speech with a cover of his song "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall." The rock legend seemed a little nervous and even paused halfway through her performance to apologize for forgetting some of the words. Smith’s rendition was heartwarming nevertheless. You can watch her touching tribute here:

This ‘Star Wars’/‘Batman V Superman’ Mash-up Movie Totally Works

The YouTubers at Cosmic Book News created a trailer that mashed up Batman V Superman and Star Wars, and it offers a vast improvement of Zach Snyder’s DC Comics movie. Somewhere Patton Oswalt is smiling.

Royal Society Meeting: What Evolutionists Say When They Think Nobody's Listening

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Dean Kenyon and Academic Freedom -- A Case in Point

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

The Columbo Tactic: Diplomacy Rather Than D-Day (Greg Koukl)

In this lecture, Greg Koukl (of Stand to Reason ) explains the "Columbo Tactic"—a strategy for navigating discussions with non-Christians by...

Why all the excitement about the movie “Dunkirk”?

Today, Warner Brothers released the first full-length trailer for the forthcoming movie Dunkirk (see above). I assume that most of you reading this know why this film is so highly anticipated. But …

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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!

2016 TGC Book Awards

This year we unveil our inaugural TGC Book Awards. Working with  Council members  and key contributors, our editors have each identified one winner and one runner-up book in an area they regularly cover for TGC. We solicited nominations from various publishers, considered them alongside other noteworthy titles, narrowed the finalists to four for each category, sent those titles to the judges, and awaited their decisions. 

Christian chef hailed over Christmas music stance - premier

A Christian chef in the US has been hailed for his refusal to stop playing Christmas music in his restaurant, just because a customer was offended.

Religious Freedom and SOGI Laws

Today, I’ve joined with Alan Sears of the Alliance Defending Freedom and an amazing list of about 80 other Christian leaders to sign a statement clarifying where we stand on these troubling SOGI laws. The statement is very clear: SOGI laws threaten the freedoms of Americans to speak, teach, and live out their deeply held convictions in public life without fear of lawsuits or government coercion.

6 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.

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.

8 5 Reasons You Should Get Apologetics Training

1. Apologetics Will Help You Serve the Church. As my friend Tom Gilson wrote in his article for A New Kind of Apologist, one key feature of apologetics is to be a servant for the church. There is a huge need for some Christians in the church to have formal training on how to best answer some of the toughest questions about God, the Bible, evil and more. I often encourage my Biola M.A. students to offer to serve their pastor by doing research for sermons, being available to counsel young people with difficult questions, and being willing to offer apologetics classes for people in the church. The first reason to get formal apologetics training is to better serve the local church. Just as every church needs a teaching pastor, worship leader, and children’s director, every church needs a trained apologist .

Christianity Today’s 2017 Book Awards

“Rota, a skilled analytic philosopher, provides an engaging and compelling case for taking Pascal’s wager. The precision of the points is manifest on every page. But what makes the book even more profitable is its accessible prose. Inviting, charitable, and provocative—this is the sort of book that one could heartily give to a believer, agnostic, or even an ardent atheist. A home-run for Christian apologetics.” — Chad Meister, professor of philosophy and theology, Bethel College (Indiana)


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Cold-Case Christianity on the NRB Network | Cold Case Christianity

With the rules of evidence clearly in mind, he examines the case for the existence of God, the reality of dualism, the reliability of the Biblical text, and the deity of Jesus. Along the way we also take a critical look at the nature of the Christian Church in America today. Why are so many young people leaving the church? Why are so many older Christians apathetic and unengaged? Why do so few Christians understand what they believe, and why do even fewer understand why they believe it? Join J. Warner each week as he sorts through the evidence for the Christian Worldview and examines the life of the Church.

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15 The TC Apologetics Daily

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

Your Wounds Do Not Define You

Each time we choose to see ourselves through the lens of our wounds, we refuse the opportunity to look at ourselves through God’s eyes. No one else has the authority to define who you are. He created you. He says that you are made in his image (Genesis 1:27), redeemed and restored because of Christ (Galatians 4:4–5), co-heirs along with Christ (Romans 8:17), dearly loved (Romans 5:8), and valued beyond measure (Matthew 10:29–31). Whatever your story, the Lord of heaven and earth longs for you to see yourself in that light.

Should we expect to know what God’s reason is for allowing evil and suffering?

[…]Rowe applies this kind of noseeum reasoning to God and evil. Rowe suggests that if we cannot see a reason for a particular instance of evil, then there is probably not a reason. Suppose we hear about a very young child who is tortured to death to amuse some psychotic person. We think about this event and we examine all the circumstances surrounding it. No matter how hard we try, we cannot see any good reason why this child had to suffer the way she did. Since we cannot see a reason why God would allow this child to suffer, there probably is not a good reason—the child’s suffering was pointless. Of course, Rowe would be quick to point out that he is not speaking merely hypothetically. There are cases like this in the news every day—real-life cases in which we shake our heads in frustration, wondering why God would allow such a thing.

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21 Where’s the Liberal Mind?

But Molly Worthen recently admitted in The New York Times liberals aren’t doing the same hard work of teaching young people where core principles come from. “Great books clubs” for liberals have had very little success, she laments. Liberal students and donors are far more interested in activism.


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.

23 Be a Bookworm, not a Goldfish

In the developed world literacy is higher than it’s been at almost any time in history. And that is something to celebrate. But is it possible that even in our high-tech society where so much communication depends on the written word, we may be slipping back into a kind of pre-literacy?

24 Vocation in a Suitcase

So, Doyle opened “Unclaimed Baggage” in Scottsboro, Alabama, selling the contents of suitcases without homes. The business exploded and eventually earned national attention from the New York Times and Oprah Winfrey.  But for Doyle, who made charity a central part of his work, it was all about his customers, his community, and his faith.

Reasons To Believe : Mass Extinction Cycle and Life’s Long History

If mass extinction events followed by mass speciation events occur at a just-right frequency and intensity, life can remain abundant and diverse on Earth for several billion years. The key feature here is to periodically remove life from Earth that is not so efficient at removing greenhouse gases from Earth’s atmosphere and to replace the life that is removed with life-forms that are more efficient at removing greenhouse gases from Earth’s atmosphere. Given the rate at which the Sun’s luminosity is increasing and the degree to which life can tolerate small changes in the Sun’s luminosity, the ideal frequency for mass extinction events followed by mass speciation events is about once every 30–35 million years.

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

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.

‘La La Land’ Dances Between Love and Calling

In the movie, Mia (Emma Stone) and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) sing and dance their way into a charming romance. They trade banter, dance through a flirty scene worthy of its classic Fred and Ginger lineage, and—thanks to the movie’s heightened reality—literally float among the stars. Rolling Stone ’s Peter Travers calls it “the movie of the year,” Rotten Tomatoes has the critics’ consensus at 95 percent, and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about this movie since I saw it.

If I Only Knew Why

How could I possibly reconcile these losses? They were unspeakable. Preventable. Unexpected. And in the face of such catastrophes, my natural question was, “Why?” Why did this happen? If God was in control, why did he allow it? Why didn’t he stop it? Why? Why? Why?

Reasons To Believe : An Inordinate Fondness

If not for the fossil record, people alive today would have no idea of the vast history of life on Earth. The fossil record gives an incomplete and often imperfect view of life's distant past, much of which is lost forever. Still, this record provides enough of a window to reveal a menagerie of unusual and interesting animals. Why did the Creator make such a diverse array of creatures at differing points in Earth's history? Could it be that one of the reasons God created so many remarkable animals-like the dinosaurs, creatures that fascinate children and paleontologists alike-was for His amusement?

Christianity Today’s 2017 Book Awards

“Rota, a skilled analytic philosopher, provides an engaging and compelling case for taking Pascal’s wager. The precision of the points is manifest on every page. But what makes the book even more profitable is its accessible prose. Inviting, charitable, and provocative—this is the sort of book that one could heartily give to a believer, agnostic, or even an ardent atheist. A home-run for Christian apologetics.” — Chad Meister, professor of philosophy and theology, Bethel College (Indiana)

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Corporate Worship Saved My Marriage

But every Sunday morning is an opportunity for God to revive you from the week’s stupor. As you proclaim his goodness and mercy with dear brothers and sisters, God will melt your heart again. He will strike down your pride with the gospel, but he won’t leave you down. In his mercy, he’ll pick you up and give you strength for the week ahead.

The Breath of Life: Should Christians Agree to Ventilator Support?

When faced with the heart-wrenching challenges of modern medicine, we take refuge in the God who knows us (Psalm 139:1–4). We revel in the gift of his word, which itself is God-breathed (2 Timothy 3:16). While our days in this world vanish on the wind (Psalm 39:5), his breath unseats mountains and weaves galaxies (Psalm 18:15; 33:6). Even if we struggle for air, he is with us. He loves us, and he sent his Son to die for us so that “whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord’s” (Romans 14:8).

How to Respond to the "That's Just Your Interpretation" Objection

You’ve seen this happen before right? Once someone throws out the “that’s just your interpretation” line, the conversation comes to a screeching halt. Again, this usually happens when a moral or religious topic is brought up like “abortion is wrong” or “Jesus is the only way of salvation.” Perhaps you have found yourself in a conversation like that and thought you were making progress only to be dismissed with a slogan. What do you do?

Does a Multiverse Explain the Fine Tuning of the Universe?

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37 Preserve Freedom, Reject Coercion

More than 75 prominent religious and thought leaders have come together as charter signatories of "Preserve Freedom, Reject Coercion," a statement that affirms every American’s freedom to peacefully live their lives according to their beliefs and opposes government coercion or censorship of fellow citizens who have different views. These leaders are united by the idea that all laws must respect freedom and promote justice for every citizen, no matter who they are.

38 Renewing Your Mind | The Extent of the Atonement | Dec 14, 2016

Is there such thing as a 4-point Calvinist? In Dr. Sproul's final section on the atonement of Christ, he briefly discusses one of the most controversial issues that surround the whole discussion of the atonement of Jesus, and that being the question, "For whom did Christ die?" In this message, the subject of limited atonement is discussed in reference to the "Extent of the Atonement."

Is It Sinful to Be Pregnant Before Marriage?

First observation: That there would be a stigma that attaches to pregnancy outside of marriage is, I think, a good thing. We have almost entirely lost it today, because of the normalization of sexual immorality and because of putting people’s feelings above a call to holiness. But having said that, it is crucial that every Christian and every church make clear that any stigma to pregnancy outside marriage is because the pregnancy signifies previous sin, not because the pregnancy is sin. And if there has been no previous sin, say, in the case of rape, that should be handled really delicately and tenderly, but not, I think, in the church merely privately. So, I say again, appropriate stigma attaches to a previous sin as its basis and to a present pregnancy only as a possible pointer to that sin. And the reason that is important and hopeful is what follows in my second observation.

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Five Myths About the Ancient Heresy of Gnosticism

In the world of biblical studies, at least among some critical scholars, Gnosticism has been the darling for sometime now.  Especially since the discovery of the so-called “Gnostic Gospels” at Nag Hammadi in 1945, scholars have sung the praises of this alternative version of Christianity.

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Almost every Christian makes some distinction between essentials of the faith and non-essentials. But what exactly are the essentials?

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The UK government has been challenged on its stance regarding Azerbaijan, after it emerged two church leaders in the country had been fined for holding "illegal" prayer meetings.

Christianity Is Not a Popularity Contest

Judging others solely based on their outside appearance is a temptation for all of us. In that moment on the subway, I favored the nicely dressed men and ridiculed the other. I was judging someone’s heart by the clothing he wore. James warns us of this sin. Too often, we show favor based on what someone wears, what they look like, how much money they have, their intelligence, athletic prowess, or other standards and distinctions which God calls “evil thoughts” (James 2:4).

No One Ever Came to Jesus Because a Christian Scolded Them

The Church is supposed to be a hospital for souls, not a courtroom, like St.John Chrysostom says. Many Christians today, particularly Fundies and street preachers, like to rebuke people and warn them of hell. I saw a couple of street preachers, one at my college campus and another in Washington DC right by the White House. They were really making people feel guilty of their sins and uses "fear tactics" to get them to Christ. They mostly talk about hell. Fear of punishment is not the way to get people into Christ. Matthew 7 says not to judge anyone because only God can judge righteously. Many Christians often tell us to do things out of the fear of going to hell and that is very illogical. This is not existent in my church, that is, the Orthodox Church. The Church is like something that heals someone of their sins. "When Jesus heard it, he saith unto them, “They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance (Mark 2:17).”

Compassion International Says They Could Be Forced Out of India Within Weeks

Compassion, a notable, United States-based Christian charity, has been in India for more than 40 years and serves more than 145,000 Indian children by feeding, tutoring and providing medical care to those in the most need. They have the largest base in India and give out about $50 million worth of aid each year, but Indian officials say that Compassion and other organizations like it are using humanitarianism as a cover for their evangelism.

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