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Is silicon-based life a possible alternative for carbon-based life?

Group IV of the Periodic Table of the Elements contains carbon (C), silicon (Si) and several heavy metals. Carbon, of course, is the building block of life as we know it. So is it possible that a planet exists in some other solar system where silicon substitutes for carbon? Several science fiction stories feature silicon-based life-forms–sentient crystals, gruesome golden grains of sand and even a creature whose spoor or scat was bricks of silica left behind. The novellas are good reading, but there are a few problems with the chemistry.

3 New Study Reveals DNA Organization in the Nucleus; Plus Highly Recommended Video

OK, this is really cool. We knew the nucleus had to be organized into compartments with particular chromosomes taking up particular regions. Now, using an elegant new technique, Rao et al. in a collaboration between the Center for Genome Architecture at Baylor College of Medicine, Rice University in Houston, Texas, and the Broad Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, have mapped which bits of DNA are close to each other, or nearest neighbors in the nucleus. The research, reported on in The Scientist , was published in the journal Cell .

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“If there were a Guinness Book of World Records entry for ‘amount of times having prayed the sinner’s prayer,’ I’m pretty sure I’d be a top contender,” says pastor and author J. D. Greear. He struggled for many years to gain an assurance of salvation and eventually learned he was not alone. “Lack of assurance” is epidemic among evangelical Christians. J. D. shows that faulty ways of presenting the gospel are a leading source of the confusion. Our presentations may not be heretical, but they are sometimes misleading. The idea of “asking Jesus into your heart” or “giving your life to Jesus” often gives false assurance to those who are not saved—and keeps those who genuinely are saved from fully embracing that reality. Greear unpacks the doctrine of assurance, showing that salvation is a posture we take to the promise of God in Christ, a posture that begins at a certain point and is maintained for the rest of our lives. ORDER YOUR COPY NOW >>>

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6 How Science and Religion Converge Rather Than Conflict – Part 1 of 5 - Stand to Reason Blog

At the most basic level, an explanation has two components: the explanandum and the explanans. The explanadum is that which needs to be explained, such as an event or object, and the explanans is that which does the explaining, such as sentences put together in a coherent form. For instance, let us take event E to stand for my 3-year-old son’s act of hitting my 7-year-old daughter (note the frequency of E has no bearing on my illustration). E constitutes the explanadum and as even philosophically untrained parents know, requires an explanans. Why did my son Jonah hit his sister? The explanans, L, may come in the form of a carefully constructed linguistic utterance. Jonah may say (and actually has said!), “Daddy, I hit Ella because she is a bad guy.” A satisfactory explanans ends further analysis. Given L, my need for an answer to why E occurred is satisfied and my investigation ceases (Of course, proper moral justification for Jonah’s actions is another question altogether).

Your Computer Doesn't Like You

Computers are electromechanical devices that we use as tools. They differ only in complexity from other tools like books, which we use to store and retrieve representations of knowledge. We make tools, and we use tools, and they serve our ends. We put representations of our intentions and knowledge and desires and memories and conceptual insights and errors into computers, and the software that we have written maps our inputs to outputs, and then we analyze and ponder the outputs. Nowhere in this process is there the slightest bit of thinking on the part of the computer. Computers can't think because things like tools -- even tools made in Silicon Valley -- can't think. Computers are devices we use for our own purposes, and like all devices, sometimes the consequences aren't what we expected. Sometimes the book really changes the way we think about things, and sometimes we drop the book on our foot. But the consequences of using tools -- and the consequences can on occasion be transformative for humanity -- are consequences entirely of human purposes and mistakes.

Why French Kids Don't Have ADHD

As a therapist who works with children, it makes perfect sense to me that French children don't need medications to control their behavior because they learn self-control early in their lives. The children grow up in families in which the rules are well-understood, and a clear family hierarchy is firmly in place. In French families, as Druckerman describes them, parents are firmly in charge of their kids—instead of the American family style, in which the situation is all too often vice versa .

The Sexodus, Part 1: The Men Giving Up On Women And Checking Out Of Society

The sexodus didn't arrive out of nowhere, and the same pressures that have forced so many millennials out of society exert pressure on their parent's generation, too. One professional researcher in his late thirties, about whom I have been conversing on this topic for some months, puts it spicily: "For the past, at least, 25 years, I've been told to do more and more to keep a woman. But nobody's told me what they're doing to keep me.

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12 2015 The Gospel Coalition National Conference April 13-15, Orlando FL

Our 2015 National Conference seeks to stir longing for our ultimate home in heaven as we explore the sweep of redemption from creation to consummation, Genesis to Revelation. Our plenary speakers will unfold the Bible's teaching on eschatology, a topic of burning importance today. Along with these nine plenary sessions we've planned more than 50 workshops and focus gatherings led by speakers addressing topics including evangelism, homosexuality, student ministry, sexual abuse, faith and work, and much more. Join us as we worship God together in word and song with joyful hope that Jesus is returning soon. 

Christianity Today's 2015 Book Awards

It’s like that with our current crop of book awards, which pursue paths both old and new. One of the victory nods goes to a new study of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. You’ve perhaps heard a thing or two about him. And like always, we honor plenty of volumes touching on the Bible, the church, and perennial matters of faith. But hopefully, we’ll also inspire at least some readers to acquaint themselves with abolitionists Hannah More and Sarah Grimke, or the philosopher Charles Taylor (and his penetrating look at our “secular age”).


With over 4,100 answers to frequently asked Bible questions published online, approximately 75% of the questions we are asked already have answers available to you instantly . We offer several options for finding the answers to your questions. You can search our site , which does a search of all of our articles based on the search terms you enter. You can browse our Top 20 most common Bible questions and Top 20 most visited articles , which together account for around 15% of the questions we are asked. You can look through our Frequently Asked Questions Archives , which divides questions and answers based on biblical categories. You can examine our What's New section to find out what articles have recently been added to the site. If you are unable to find your answer online, you can ask us your Bible question on our Bible Questions Answered page.

Exodus: Gods and Kings

For Christian audiences, one approach to Exodus: Gods and Kings would be to distrust and dismiss it at the outset, looking only for what it gets wrong, embellishes, excludes, or underemphasizes. This approach would call foul on all sorts of things: Moses wielding a sword but not a staff; Moses being chatty but Aaron having almost no lines; Moses killing lots of people and fighting in the Egyptian army; no “staff-to-snake” scene; no repeated utterances of “let my people go”; no “baby Moses in the Nile” scene; and every other deviation the film takes from the narrative in Exodus 1-14.

Save the Date

Debra: Sometimes people will ask me, “What’s a biblical approach to dating?” Well biblically, that includes a couple herds of goats and your extended family, and that would make for an awkward date at Starbucks. Really, the culture of dating changes a lot with the culture and time. We don’t get too much about dating in Scripture, but we do get a lot about what is it to be a godly person and how that plays out in our lives. I think sometimes we make it more complicated than it needs to be.

'It Meets My Needs' and Other Bad Reasons for Choosing a Church

For the record, I want my kids to love church. I just want them to love Jesus more. And that can happen without bounce-house evangelism or ski balling for Jesus. In fact, sometimes those things just get in the way. Most important is that we as parents are teaching and modeling for our kids what it means to follow Jesus and that there are other godly men and women in their life to do the same. And this can happen without all the bells and whistles.


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Bearing the Cross of Christ in Pakistan

By his amazing grace the Lord made it possible for us to escape to the United States, and at some point I’d like to share the story of God’s wonderful provision through intense conditions. It is important to mention that, regardless of the brutalities I’ve mentioned, the church in Pakistan is growing. Despite difficult circumstances, Christians are proud of their faith and wherever possible share it with others. They are not ashamed to call themselves Christ’s. Pakistani believers identify with the apostle Paul: “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?" Does it mean he no longer loves us if we have trouble or calamity, or are persecuted, or hungry, or destitute, or in danger, or threatened with death? (Rom. 8:35).

God's Not Dead: God's Not Dead! Nietzsche, Moral Absolutes, and Evolution

Some cultists advance the idea that life is about knocking on enough doors to sell magazines or to participate in enough temple and occult rituals to please God. Selected Hindus suggest one must stay pure to escape the Karmic cycle. The Prussian born Friedrich Nietzsche advanced the idea that life was about attaining power. Nietzsche wrote of the will of power, the Superman, and magnificent destinies. Yet, Nietzsche was a physically and emotionally weak man: headaches, unattractive, bad eyesight—a tragic figure. He ironically asserted, “A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything.”[5] A few years later, he fell into insanity and repeatedly declared that he was Jesus Christ.[6]

Ebola Medical Missionaries Named Time's Person of the Year

Medical missions is currently seeing record interest from physicians and medical students. Brantly, a doctor with Samaritan’s Purse and affiliated with the Christian Medical and Dental Association (CMDA), was “one of our most dynamic student leaders,” David Stevens, president of the CMDA, told CT. Before Brantly headed to Liberia, Stevens interviewed him at last year’s medical missions conference in Louisville, where more than 1,000 people committed themselves to careers in medical missions, he said.

Eat the Law and Live

That kind of image is not unprecedented. After all, God’s words had been long considered spiritual food for Israel, especially in times of suffering. As the nation wanders in the wilderness, they are called to remember that “man does not live by bread alone,” but by “everything that proceeds from the mouth of the LORD” (Deut. 8:3, NASB). God’s Word, his law, gives nourishment to the spiritually starved after disobedience and amid suffering. It revives the spiritually anemic (cf. Jer. 15:16; Ps. 119:103; Ezek. 3:1-3). Eat the law, Psalm 19 says. Consume the words of God, and live.

Bonhoeffer in Advent

Bonhoeffer’s father was a renowned psychiatrist, but Dietrich himself grew weary of psychology and became thoroughly averse to any diagnosis of the soul based on its premises. Instead, he found comfort in the daily reading of the Scriptures, especially the Psalms and other passages from the Old Testament. The Bible he had with him in prison was a gift from his mother Paula. It had once belonged to his older brother Walter, who had fallen in battle during World War I. He also found solace in the hymns of Paul Gerhardt, which he hummed or sang aloud in his cell. Each day at 6:00 in the morning—rather than sleeping in, which he could have done—he arose for Bible reading, prayer, exercise, and a wash with cold water. In thinking about his cold ablutions, he wrote to his parents with wry humor, “Being alone is certainly a steam bath for the soul!”

God’s Justice in the Land of Canaan

This is one of the most morally troubling passages in all of Scripture. It also happens to be one of the most frequently heard objections to the Christian faith today. God spoke these words to the Israelites as they were encamped on the plains of Moab and about to cross the Jordan River into Canaan. God had promised this land to their ancestor Abraham around 500 years earlier (Gen. 15:18-21), but it would be their responsibility, under the leadership of Joshua, to clear out the local inhabitants and take possession of the land. And it’s not simply forced eviction we are talking about here; it’s the slaughter of entire nations, down to the last man, woman, and child. Bible scholars call this  ḥerem  warfare. The Hebrew word means “to devote something to total destruction.”

The Myth of the Exceptional Woman

One of the big challenges for Christian women is the myth of the exceptional woman. The way we think of women leaders is completely incongruent with the way we view women in general. Women who are out front, writing, speaking, teaching, or heading up organizations are seen as more intelligent, more put together, more compassionate, and more relational than the average woman by Christian men and women. When researching my book, Dare Mighty Things , I statistically analyzed what people thought of women, female leaders, and successful leaders. Female leaders actually had more desirable leadership qualities that we expect in a successful leader.

The 2014 Christ and Pop Culture 25: #25 to 21

The Christ and Pop Culture 25 is a list of our favorite people, works of art, or cultural artifacts from the last year that we feel best represent God’s truth and grace in the world. The list is extremely weird, a meandering, whiplash-inducing product of the diverse perspectives of our writers. We wouldn’t have it any other way. The goal of our list is to illuminate and appreciate the good both in and outside of the church, to show the way God uses Christians to shine a light on the world, and the ways God’s common grace spills out into the most surprising places.

Don't Be Proud of Your Busyness

Fear and anxiety are different. As I establish in my book Anxious: Choosing Faith in a World of Worry , they are God-given gifts that help us react to danger, avoid it, protect ourselves and others, and learn from our mistakes. They can turn against us when we live in them long-term or when they show up at times when we don’t need them—as when panic attacks and other symptoms of anxiety disorders appear. But even then, they are merely beneficial processes that are working overtime. Worry, on the other hand, never helps us. It always drags us down, holds us back, distracts us from the opportunities and gifts of the moment.


At the same time, a flood of new entrants have joined the project of providing higher education. In the beginning, they were for-profit online providers. The University of Phoenix and others demonstrated that they could radically improve the convenience of seeking a degree and reaped massive financial rewards in the process (much of it in government aid, I should add). At first slowly, but now in increasing numbers, public and private non-profit traditional colleges have joined the rush to collect dollars online. Without singling anyone out, I don’t think I’d go too far in suggesting that many of the online efforts are of a lower quality than most comparable traditional offerings. Motivated students will continue to make much of the chance, but for many others the “just getting by” may be getting only easier. There is a sense in which higher education may be jumping tracks from offering students an opportunity to demonstrate excellence to engaging in something more like a transaction that would occur at a large store.

After Viral Video, Tarrant Police Officer Delivers 2 Truckloads of Groceries to Grandmother He Caught Stealing Eggs

A Tarrant, Alabama Police officer who became an Internet sensation after he decided not to arrest a grandmother he caught shoplifting eggs but to buy her some eggs instead, went a step further this week when he delivered two truckloads of food to her home to help her children.

A place to go on Christmas Day – Premier Radio

If you know of any activities happening on Christmas Day at your church or in your community, let us know and we will publicise them on our Premier Christian Radio afternoon show, Premier Drive.

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According to Notre Dame sociologist Christian Smith, the number one reason students reject the faith in college is intellectual skepticism. Naturally, many parents are concerned that their children will reject the Christian view of ethics, sexuality and human sacredness during their years in college. Unfortunately, many Christian students are ill-equipped to respond to the arguments they will hear in the classroom disparaging Christian history and doctrine.

Massive Genetic Study Confirms Birds Arose in

The non-monophyly of the birds of prey at the deepest branches of the Australaves and Afroaves radiations suggests that the common ancestor of core landbirds may have been an apex predator, followed by two losses of the raptorial trait. Seriema at the deepest branch of Australaves could be considered to belong to a raptorial taxon because they kill vertebrate prey (94) and are the sole living relatives of the extinct giant "terror birds," apex predators during the Paleogene. The deepest branches after Accipitriformes and owl among the Afroaves, the mousebirds and cuckoo-roller, have Eocene relatives with raptor-like feet, and the cuckoo-roller specializes on chameleon prey. This suggests that losses of the predatory phenotype were gradual across successive divergences of each of the two core landbird radiations. More broadly, the Columbea and Passerea clades appear to have many ecologically driven convergent traits that have led previous studies to group them into supposed monophyletic taxa. These convergences include the footpropelled diving trait of grebes in Columbea with loons and cormorants in Passerea, the wading-feeding trait of flamingos in Columbea with ibises and egrets in Passerea, and pigeons and sandgrouse in Columbea with shorebirds (killdeer) in Passerea.

RELEVANT Podcast: Propaganda

T his week we talk to LA rapper, Propaganda . Prop has been a vocal advocate for racial reconciliation, especially in light of the events in Ferguson and NYC, and he shares some important things we all need to hear. We also recount some of our favorite podcast moments from the past year, Chad gets a visit from the fire marshal, Jesse gets “ eaten alive ” and we learn about a monkey running wild through Tampa...again.

Metaxas On Miracles

Q: What are your next projects? A: I'm developing a TV talk show, because there are many topics like miracles that we don't seem to be having an honest and civil conversation about. I'd like to change that, as you might guess. It would be like an updated version of the Dick Cavett Show. Dick's a friend and he would be a frequent guest, of course, because he's more fun to talk to than anyone on the planet. But getting a talk show on the air these days would take a miracle. Fortunately I know that they still happen. So I'm counting on it.

Helping the Hurting (Weep with Those Who Weep)

Related to the above, unless you have one within reach , don’t offer to go get them a Kleenex, or anything like that. Now if they appear visibly self-conscious of the fact that they are getting gooey–then offer to get them one. Otherwise, let them cry. Offering to go get them a Kleenex can send the message, “You’re getting kind of messy right now; let me help you fix it!” Just let people cry. If I know people are going to be emotional around me, then I have a box of Kleenex within their reach so that they can get one if they want. I’ve seen some so upset that they didn’t care that their nose was running and that L’Oreal was streaming down their faces. They were just glad to be heard by someone who cared.

Military Family Gets the Surprise of a Lifetime for Christmas (VIDEO)

Cari's husband works for the Special Forces so she is never aware of his location. But, she is always worried and excited when he comes home. Both were nervous about how to pay for their kids' Christmas presents. But thanks to Ellen and awesome supporters, this military family is getting the Christmas of a lifetime!

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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

This already complicated situation gets even messier when members of the White Council—Gandalf, Saruman, Elrond, and Galadriel—gather to drive Sauron the Necromancer out of his stronghold at Dol Guldur and learn that he has long been planning to send two enormous armies of orcs to wipe out the elves, dwarves, and men around the mountain kingdom of Erebor. The violence that ensues takes up most of the screen time, punctuated by a few quieter scenes in which Martin Freeman (as Bilbo) and Richard Armitage (as Thorin) get to show off their serious Shakespearean acting skills.

Your Computer Can't Remember a Darned Thing

So a computer itself doesn't have memories, in the sense of remembering anything. But can a computer store memories? Of course not. Memories are not the kind of things for which the verb "store" has any sense. Nothing -- neither we nor a computer -- can store a psychological thing. "I can't store any more memories in my psychology, because I'm already full of propositions" doesn't even make sense. I can have memories, I can like or dislike memories, I can tell other people about my memories, but I can't store memories. And of course, neither can my computer store memories. My computer can store electrons, or data understood as patterns of electrons on the hard drive. But memories can't be stored on computers, because memories can't be stored at all. The assertion is nonsense.

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TGC Staff Cite Best Books from 2014

The fact that hundreds of thousands of books are published annually didn’t keep us from intrepidly citing our favorites in  2010 ,  2011 ,  2012 , or 2013 . Year-end lists are fun—and hopefully beneficial, too—so let’s continue the tradition. Some TGC staff members have identified several books (potential Christmas gifts!), all published in 2014, which we found to be particularly edifying or enjoyable. Our comments briefly explain why we appreciated them and how they might benefit you.

Santa Traded in His Sleigh to Fly Coach Around the World and Give Sick Kids Presents

This year Santa decided to fly coach and give out presents to sick children all around the world. You get a firsthand look at how he travels to each place and all the joy he brings to each and every person.

Strangers Send a Boy With Autism Enough Christmas Cards For a Lifetime – Just to See Him Happy!

It doesn't take a lot to make this 12-year-old boy with autism to smile. When he delivers mail at the post office he is always in a HAPPY mood. Him and his mother do this day in and day out. But, what happens next he was never expecting.

Christian Model Lauren Scruggs Marries E! Host Jason Kennedy 3 Years After Plane Propeller Accident; 'God Has Blessed Me'

The couple, who got engaged in May after eight months of dating, tied the knot at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas in Scruggs' home state of Texas. The ceremony, which attracted the likes of "Today" co-host Kathie Lee Gifford and Dallas Cowboys star Tony Romo among others, was officiated by The Village Church's Pastor Matt Chandler and The City Church's Pastor Judah Smith.

Our Own Kind of Time

When I started observing the church calendar about a decade ago, the notion that time itself could be an entrée into worship, a retelling of the Christ story, felt like a magical discovery. I was new to liturgy and adopted each liturgical practice intentionally and, at first, a bit awkwardly, fumbling over when to cross myself in church and stumbling through the prayers of the people. But, over time, liturgical practices become less self-conscious and more subconscious. What surprised me this year was how normal the calendar has become to me, how engrained. Somewhere along the way, my new year’s day became the first Sunday of Advent, no longer January 1.

SNL's Christmas Mass Skit Pokes Fun at Typical Churchgoers: Newly Minted Teen Atheist, Sweaty Palm Greeter (Video)

A hilarious, and surprisingly inoffensive Saturday Night Live skit poking fun at characters one might meet at Christmas mass has "favorites" ranging from the friendly greeter with the oh-so-sweaty hands to the organist who can't quite find the right note.

Christology and Temptation: Same-Sex Attraction & Christ’s Cross

Like us, he encountered a world ruined by Adam’s fall, a world that clawed at him, that wanted him to compromise himself. But he never did. He has rescued us by his cross. He has given us the Holy Spirit, the helper (John 15:26: Acts 2:1-12). We have infinite power available to us. The work of grace is not only convulsive, however. It not only gives us the ability to overcome temptation in the moment. It also progressively transforms us, making us less attuned to sinful desire and more steeled against external temptation.

50 PNAS Paper Admits Understanding the Origin of Cellular Features Is a

One remarkable example of how history continues to influence today's cell biology is the near universal use of ATP synthase as a mechanism for energy generation. Embedded in the surface membranes of bacteria and organellar membranes of eukaryotes, this complex molecular machine uses the potential energy of a proton gradient to generate a rotational force that converts ADP to ATP, much like a turbine converts the potential energy of a water gradient into electricity. However, the proton gradient does not come for free: cells first use energy derived from metabolism to pump protons out of membrane-bound compartments, creating the gradient necessary for reentry through ATP synthase. Even assuming that ATP production is an essential requirement for the origin of life, it is by no means clear that the path chosen for ADP-to-ATP conversion is the only possibility.

51 Family Makes a Sacrifice to Save a Little Girl Via Adoption
52 ZachariasTrust on Twitter
53 Raise Them in His Image, Not Yours
54 Secret Santas in Massachusetts Pay Thousands of Dollars to Close Out All Layaway Orders at Three Toys 'R' Us Stores
55 Adorable Young Boy Shows Unforgettable Joy After Hearing His Mother for the First Time
56 Christian Advocates Approve of First Non-Christian Ambassador of Religious Freedom
57 Florida County Refuses to Change Invocation Policy Over Atheist Group's Pressure
58 My Top Five Science and Faith Christmas Gifts for 2015
59 Awesome Family Sends Out a Funny Christmas Cards in Their PJs -- #Jammietime
60 5 Hostages Flee Australia's Lindt Chocolate Shop as Standoff Continues; Hostages Forced to Hold Islamic Flag
61 The Case for Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus - Kindle edition by Lee Strobel. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @
62 Sony Hackers Warn of 'Christmas Gift' to Put Company in 'Worst State'; Demand Comedy 'The Interview' About Plot to Kill N. Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un Be Pulled
63 Top Picks: 7 Books to Give as Gifts - Apologetics Guy
64 India: Pastor, Church Members Singing Christmas Carols Violently Attacked by 30 Hindu Radicals
65 Creed's Christian Frontman Scott Stapp Threatened to Assassinate Obama, Relatives Claim
66 The “celibate gay Christian” movement: How should we think about it?
67 Tactical Faith Today
68 Do You Have a Vision for Your Future?
69 Book Review: "Roman Catholic Theology and Practice: An Evangelical Assessment" by Gregg R. Allison
70 Tim Tebow Does Something Heartfelt During the Holidays -- Pays Off Layaway for Families' Christmas Presents
71 7-Year-Old With a Beautiful Voice Sings 'What Child Is This'
72 The Most Clever and Amazing Marriage Proposal You Will Ever See – Perfect for the Holidays!
73 WORLD | Army chaplain reprimanded for discussing his faith | Michael Cochrane | Dec. 15, 2014
74 Georgia Church Posts Message Saying 'Santa Is Satan'
75 Scientists re-create what may be life's first spark - US News
76 on Twitter
77 What happens if you ask 13 gay-owned bakeries to bake a pro-marriage cake?
78 Excuses!
79 BreakPoint - Eric Metaxas says no Christian in good... | Facebook
80 WORLD | In the fullness of time | Andrée Seu Peterson | Dec. 27, 2014
81 The meaning of marriage: a lecture at Google by Tim Keller
83 Congratulations, Ava DuVernay, Maker of Golden Globes History
84 Sunday Quote!- My Position is the Gospel; Yours is Not!
85 Pastor Dresses Horse in a Wedding Dress to Protest Gay Marriage
86 WORLD | A nation at risk | Sophia Lee | Dec. 27, 2014
87 U.S. religious freedom post filled