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A place to go on Christmas Day - premier

Working with our 2016 partner Community Christmas, this Christmas we’re aiming to make sure that more people (than ever this year) will have somewhere warm and friendly to spend time on one of the biggest days of the year.

NASA on Trial: Persecution of David Coppedge Was a Preview of Creeping Totalitarianism

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

No Room in the Inn? Why the Traditional Christmas Story is Wrong - Apologetics Guy

Why History Matters I once heard a well-meaning Christian say something like, “Why study all this history stuff? The Bible says it. I believe, it. That’s the end of it!” But what about this? Reading what “the Bible says” is one thing. Getting “what the Bible means” is another. Case in point: Most people summarize …

Jimmy Kimmel Tried to Tell His Kid About Jesus and Christmas. It Didn’t Go Well

This week on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel told a funny story about telling his daughter about Christ’s birth on Christmas. He explained, I wanted to give her an idea about why we actually celebrate Christmas … So I read her the story about Mary and Joseph and the manger and baby Jesus, and about halfway through, she said, “No, I want the story of Christmas.” Kimmel said that his 2-and-a-half-year-old likes “Rudolph better.” There’s probably some deeper undertones about pop culture symbols conflating with religious celebrations, but, the story was a funny reminder of how kids think, and why telling the real meaning of Christian holidays is important—and, sometimes, unintentionally funny. Every Sunday school teacher has been there, Jimmy.

Youth Video Lesson - Jesus In Focus: Is the Virgin Birth a True Story?

Youth Leaders! This accessible apologetics video lesson for Jr. High and High School students will help you integrate apologetics into your Christmas season. Includes 2 videos, a Leader's Guide and PowerPoint presentation. Simplify your ministry. Download it now.

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Facebook Is Going to Start Labeling Fake News

We're making it easier to report hoaxes, and if many people report a story, then we'll send it to third-party fact checking organizations. If the fact checkers agree a story is a hoax, you'll see a flag on the story saying it has been disputed, and that story may be less likely to show up in News Feed. You'll still be able to read and share the story, but you'll now have more information about whether fact checkers believe it's accurate. No one will be able to make a disputed story into an ad or promote it on our platform.

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William Lane Craig vs Herb Silverman | "Does God Exist?"

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org University of North Carolina Wilmington (March 23, 2010) - Does God Exist? William Lane Craig debates atheist Herb Silverman on the existence of God. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/

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Street pastors will save NHS £13million during festive period - premier

Street pastors are set to save the NHS millions of pounds as they divert drunks away from A&E during the festive period.

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http://rzim.eu/thetimeisnow/

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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Muslim businessman erects tallest Christmas tree in Baghdad to show solidarity with Christians

Yassir Saad, a Muslim businessman in Iraq, says he has erected the tallest Christmas tree in the city to show solidarity with Christians during the holiday season.

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God Loves to Work in Our Weakness

Our weakness reminds us that the marks of spiritual maturity are not the abilities lauded by the world, like productivity or being a great public speaker. God chooses what is foolish in the world to shame the wise, and what is weak to shame the strong (1 Corinthians 1:27). So let us move toward such people not merely to serve them but to learn from them. Study God at work in their lives. Look through their limitations to Christ inside. Listen to them gladly testify to God’s goodness, grace, and glory.

7 Fake Faith Doesn’t Sell

Churches with what the authors called “theologically conservative beliefs” grew the fastest. By “conservative beliefs,” it’s clear they mean “churches that actually believe in the Christian faith.”

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A Christmas Miracle! Will Ferrell and Kristin Wiig Are Starring in a Musical Together

The book reveals the story of how corporate America used Broadway talent to write and perform material about their products from the 1950s to the 1980s. Apparently, some of these performances had the actors fighting for and ultimately playing the roles of inanimate objects—like diesel engines or bathtubs. And if the idea of Will Ferrell singing a song as a bathtub doesn’t have you completely sold on this project, maybe the production team will win you over.

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http://pastorrick.com/devotional/english/trust-one-day-at-a-time1

Think about the right things. God gives us a list of things to think about, things that are true, honorable, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, and worthy of praise. Where do you find things that are pure and lovely to think about? At the movies? I don’t think so. On TV? No. You will only find pure and lovely and honorable thoughts in the Word of God. You need to read it, study it, memorize it, and fill your mind with it. Isaiah 26:3 says, “You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in you, all whose thoughts are fixed on you!” (NLT, second edition)

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Crossway on Twitter

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Westminster Seminary on Twitter

Don't miss this free ebook by Beale & Trueman including their best articles from the WTJ: http://westm.in/2hKAekM  pic.twitter.com/qVSUeM2ccN

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Keep “Christmas in Christ”

We must ask ourselves, amidst the joyous colors and shapes that enter our eyes, among the redundant but renewing choruses that yearly find their way back to the radio waves and out to our ears, and even within every feeling and thought, have we kept the Christ in Christmas? It is so easy for us to do things in the name of Christ without considering His Word or will. Notwithstanding, even if we have, may we please be open to consider that if we do, we could be wrong ? Any time we keep Christ in anything, we are submitting to an idolatrous religion, that’s it. Please consider what is being said before cutting out any such thought. Our rebuttal just may be only for childhood sentimentalism without even knowing it. If you work to keep Christ in a song, your song has become an idol because the song is the end, not Christ. If you keep Christ in your home, you are working too hard and for the wrong cause. Please, allow me to explain.

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What We Talk About When We Talk About Santa

My 5 year old (kindergarten) daughter asked "Did Santa die? I mean did Saint Nicholas die?" And so I said yes that he did and I looked up when he died Dec 6 343 at 73 years old. And there were several legends or stories about his benevolence, I believe the idea is true but I don't know if it was money for poor children or dowries for 3 poor sisters to get married off. We have never "celebrated" Santa and this particular child of ours REALLY believed it last year and it was really cute. Also, she asked if she would be getting presents from Santa this year and I said, "well, you did some bad things this year didn't you, so I guess not. But we love to give our kids gifts to show God's love and God forgives when we do wrong." She said "Well my brother and sister won't get presents either! Cause they were bad too!" And so I said, "well good thing we don't celebrate Santa or no one would be getting presents!" (All of this was said tongue in cheek and kinda kidding around. Well, from my side of the convo anyway)

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Incoherent Questions

If one assumes determinism is true, then they must also assume that these questions are just as incoherent as those found in the opening paragraph. Determinists cannot ask or answer these questions because they do not believe human agents have free will or the ability to change our own minds. This is because they affirm that things external to humans (nature or God) causally determines all things — including our thoughts and beliefs.

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The True Grace of Christian Camaraderie

By Silvanus, a faithful brother as I regard him, I have written briefly to you, exhorting and declaring that this is the true grace of God. Stand firm in it. She who is at Babylon, who is likewise chosen, sends you greetings, and so does Mark, my son. Greet one another with the kiss of love. Peace to all of you who are in Christ. (1 Peter 5:12–14)

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Cold Case Christianity For Kids!

Get it on Amazon: amzn.to/2cjtKTG Visit www.coldcasechristianityforkids.com/ where kids can download activities, fill in case notes, and earn a certificate of merit! Between the ages of 8 and 12, kids often start to wonder if Christianity is true. In Cold-Case Christianity for Kids, detective J. Warner Wallace draws readers into the thrill of high-stakes investigation by showing them how to think rather than telling them what to think. In this children's companion to the bestselling Cold-Case Christianity, detective Wallace gets kids excited about testing witnesses, examining the evidence, and investigating the case for Christianity.

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God, the reasonable, and the possible

In my philosophy of religion class we are working through the excellent book Debating Christian Theism , edited by Moreland, Meister, and Sweis. The strength of this book is that it places leading defenders of opposing views on the nature and existence of God in dialogue. The book highlights the current state of play in the God debate as well as the strength (and firm ground) of the arguments for God in the face of atheism. It also highlights what I think is a kind of double standard that is sometimes applied to theistic arguments by its detractors.

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Really Recommended Parallel 12/16/16- Roe vs. Wade, “Anthropoid,” God the Son, and more!

Hello, dear readers! I hope you live somewhere warmer than I do. Anyway, I’ve collected some reading for you to peruse as you warm up inside, preferably with a cup of hot cocoa or some eggnog. The topics this week include the movie “Anthropoid,” Kevin Giles lecturing on the divinity of God the Son, Governor John Kasich taking action against abortion, and a dinosaur tail.

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Christianity Today’s 2017 Book of the Year

“The Cross of Jesus Christ is the confounding heart of ‘beautiful orthodoxy’—confounding because, as Rutledge shows so powerfully, crucifixion itself is so ugly we cannot truly bear it. And yet, as she builds her case for the unique significance of Jesus’ death, insisting that we take into account the full breadth of biblical images and metaphors that interpret it, the full scope of our lostness and God’s goodness comes into view. Among this book’s many great gifts is its insistence on the power of Sin (which Rutledge capitalizes) in everything from individual lives to whole societies—and thus on the singular power of God, who alone can secure our rescue. This is a magnificent summary of a life’s work preaching the radical gospel of grace, and it deserves to shape the church’s proclamation for generations to come.” —Andy Crouch, CT executive editor, author of Strong and Weak

20 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily

Daily Christian apologetics and news fresh to your desktop, courtesy Ichthus77.com. by Maryann Spikes

21 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.

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Frank Turek 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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4 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me in My Twenties

I am pleased that others above have given this article the thumbs up. I agree. I would like to comment individually about the 4 points, in reverse order. "It's not about you" - very true, and I wish someone had got this through to me decades ago. Unfortunately, my father very much contradicted this one to me, so it took me a long time to learn (in fact, I think I am still learning it) "Ideas Are Cheap, Action Is Costly" - also very true, and I learned it the hard way. "Your Best Mentor Is Right in Front of You" - somehow, my bosses have never been mentors. I could never engage them in the right way. "Don’t Just Chase Passion, Look for Opportunity" - when I was in my 20's and later, passion was never an option, and in most circumstances, neither was opportunity - at least, I didn't know how to recognize them. Certainly, doing something because you were passionate about it was never encouraged to me and barely even suggested. Maybe I misunderstood, but that's the way it seemed. I'm afraid this is one I still don't understand. I'm 63 now, and still trying to work out what I'm passionate about.

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Congrats, Frank Wolf: Obama Approves Expansion of International Religious Freedom Act

The passage of the Frank R. Wolf International Religious Freedom Act shows a strong coalition working together for the cause of international religious freedom. The bipartisan nature of this passage shows us that religious freedom does not have to be a partisan issue but is rooted in our deepest commitments as Americans, and I hope that persecuted religious minorities around the globe will see that they have not been forgotten. While the passage of this act by no means solves the religious freedom crisis around the world, it is a step in the right direction.

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Crossway on Twitter

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The 11 Worst Fact-Checks By Facebook's New Fact-Checkers

Here, they work to rebut Newt Gingrich’s food stamp president claim. There’s a calculation error here which is key, and I assume FactCheck.org people were likely just calculating based on a misreading of the numbers – they ought to have been comparing 14.55 million (under eight years of Bush) to 14.46 million participants under (at the time) 3 years of Obama - which is not, contrary to their estimates, 444,574 fewer (I have no conceivable explanation for how they found that figure). But this less than 100k difference really sticks in my mind because of the unmitigated spritely optimism of the FactCheck.org review, which claims that things are looking up and that more people will come off the food stamp rolls in the near future, perhaps even tomorrow. Now that we have the latest numbers in hand, we see a total of 46,681,833 people on the rolls - which means Obama added 14.69 million participants to the program on his watch... definitively making Gingrich's claim correct.

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Addict guilty of murdering Christian pensioner, 82 - premier

A drug addict who battered her elderly Christian neighbour to death has been found guilty of her murder.

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Jesus Is Evidence That God Exists

The Gospels Make A Case For God’s Existence But that isn’t how I came to faith. I first became interested in the existence of God after reading the gospels. I read them as a curious atheist. A local pastor aroused my curiosity by providing a few choice samples of Jesus’ teaching, and I was simply curious to see if the gospels contained any additional wisdom. I was no more committed to Jesus as an ancient teacher than I might be to Buddha, Socrates or any other ancient sage.

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Christian CEOs sleep rough to help homeless - premier

300 CEOs and senior managers including Christians slept rough in Edinburgh last night to raise money for those who don't have a choice.

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German bishops condemn country's arms trade with Qatar and Saudi Arabia - premier

German church leaders have spoken out against their country's growing arms sales to Gulf states including Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

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China: Christian prisoner has organs harvested - premier

"The family's three requests - for viewing rights of his body for family members, for an independent autopsy, and for all Peng's personal possessions to be returned to his family - have not been met, and the dissection of his body, without the family's consent, can only have made their suffering more acute.

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Christian girls imprisoned for sharing faith released - premier

"These four girls' lives have already been disrupted and are now in imminent danger simply for sharing their faith. We hope that the girls and their families will be able to find safety and that similar incidents will be prevented in the future."

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Dylann Roof Found Guilty on All Charges in Charleston Massacre

Roof went into the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church and sat in Bible study for about an hour with the parishioners before he attacked, killing nine and injuring three. He was charged with nine counts of hate crimes that resulted in death, three counts of hate crimes with an intent to kill, nine counts of obstructing the exercise of religion that resulted in death, three charges of obstructing religion with the attempt to kill and nine counts of using a firearm to commit murder during a violent crime.

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Biola University on Twitter

"All this is ministry. Your life is ministry. You’re called to fulfill your ministry." @NAQureshi at the 2016 fall commencement. #BiolaGrad pic.twitter.com/ieG3qRD2uv

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Pope Francis brings together Colombia's president and political opponent to talk peace - premier

Pope Francis has met with the Colombian president and his main political opponent to discuss the country's peace deal.

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What Is Your Capacity for Mystery?

In twelve minutes, John Piper pulls apart some of the tensions between Calvinism and Arminianism. Believing the whole Bible, with all of its varied pieces, is not a small or simple thing. A theology that lives “by every word that comes from the mouth of God” (Matthew 4:4), will require a great deal of mystery. Those of us who accept the both truths of our full human responsibility and God’s absolute sovereignty can, as G.K. Chesterton wrote, “see two different pictures at once and yet see all the better for that.” The question is whether you are able to admit that the Bible can say two things that seem to our minds to be contradictory and, in the end, not contradict each other after all.

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The Gospel of 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story'

At one point, an explosion erupts from the populated city. As flames engulf the sky, the camera cuts above the moon’s atmosphere, slowly panning toward the hovering Death Star. It’s one of the more poetic images of the franchise, and simultaneously communicates both awe and terror. In a world that is no stranger to nuclear weapons, it reminds us of the devastating power we possess to level entire cities with the click of a few buttons. We saw planets explode in previous Star Wars films, but somehow this feels different.

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'Multiple structural faults' caused Nigeria church collapse - premier

Nigeria's engineering regulatory body has said the church that collapsed on Sunday had many structural faults.

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#1: Are We Raising a Generation of Almost Christians? [Podcast] - Jonathan Morrow

Are we raising a generation of almost Christians? Why are students walking away from the faith? As moms and dads, how do we help our children build a lasting faith? How do we overcome a culture dominated by feelings? How do we make a difference in the lives of our children? These are just few of the questions I talk about in this episode of Your Worldview Podcast.

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Churches joins urgent appeal for Yemen - premier

Rev Virginia Luckett, Director of UK Churches at Tearfund, said: "Yemen is facing one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time, and we're encouraging Christians and their churches across the UK to come together to support the appeal, both by prayer and giving.   "We heard just today that St Mary's Church in Welwyn held their 'Big Carol Sing' for the Yemen Crisis Appeal, collecting more than £250. This is typical of our generous supporters, who are digging deep at this busy time of year. We welcome any support that people can offer."   Tearfund is working through a local partner to provide hygiene and sanitation packs to prevent the spread of cholera plans to train first aid responders in areas where medical facilities have been destroyed.   Catholic parishes will also be holding collections for the DEC Yemen Crisis Appeal as part of their Christmas services this weekend.   Jo Kitterick, Head of Parish and Volunteer Engagement at CAFOD, said: "Advent is a time of prayer and reflection, and we ask that the people of Yemen are kept in thoughts and prayers over the coming weeks.

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Coldplay - True Love [new album Ghost Stories song]

Coldplay - True Love [new album Ghost Stories song]

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5 Perfect Answers to 'Why Are You Single?' This Holiday

Why do you have to feel all the shame about being single over the holidays? Maybe it’s time to make other people uncomfortable this season. The next time your grandma brings up that she had been married for 10 years at your age, tell her that Dr. Phil isn’t a real psychiatrist. It’s probably time she knew. If your uncle is asking about that ex he bonded with over football on Thanksgiving, bring up his financial troubles! (Just kidding, this a satire piece, people.)

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My Surrender That Became An Adventure

We were admitted in January 2014 and began classes that spring semester, starting with only one class. For the next three years, we took every single class together and drove to campus once or twice a week. I was pumped and so excited to have the opportunity to sit and learn from the great professors from the Apologetics Dept. and Talbot Seminary. I was like a wide-eyed child. This is what I had always wanted. Blessing after blessing came pouring into our lives. We became good friends with many of our professors. We also made many friends with our fellow students who we are still in touch with, and some are 20-30 years our junior! It was an absolute blast sitting in the classroom again and engaging in the banter between the prof and students while learning incredible things about our God. In the meantime, we were also making friends with fellow Apologetics distance students via Face Book and Twitter. However, the greatest blessing in all of this was learning more about my Lord Jesus, who He is, and how He loves us. My faith has been strengthened and so has my zeal for wanting to share what I have learned.

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Top Ten Books Of 2016 | The Babylon Bee

Using The Babylon Bee ‘s proprietary book analysis algorithm, we managed to cut through the chaff of the millions of terrible books released this year, with only the elect few making our definitive, authoritative top ten:

46 The TC Apologetics Daily

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

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God Made Every Part of You for Worship

We were made for this. God calls us to taste this Bread of Life, to drink this life-giving water, to see this light of the world, to smell the sheep on our Good Shepherd, to hear his question, “Who do you say that I am?” We were made to touch his nail-scarred hands and see him standing outside the empty tomb (John 20:27).

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Why Advent Is More Jewish Than You Think

When I first came to faith in Jesus in the mid-1970s, I assumed that seasonal pop-culture markers like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer shared equal meaning with the quiet little family at the center of the manger scene, and that Advent was the religious name for holiday TV specials that served as a countdown toward Christmas morning. Years later when I married my husband, we threw ourselves head first into the non-denominational congregations we attended during our children’s growing-up years. There, Advent was primarily the name we gave to December’s church programming: the ladies Christmas tea, the children’s Christmas program, and the all-carols service that we celebrated the Sunday before Christmas. The local Christian radio station often had Advent-themed teaching, and what I heard spurred me to do some reading about the history and purpose of Advent. Our family began using those little Advent calendars with a Bible verse for each day, and one year, I decided it was time to really up our game with both an Advent wreath and a chanukiah.

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After Dylann Roof verdict, best stories aren't about the killer — but resilient survivors

Felicia Sanders, who survived the rampage but lost her son and her aunt, watched from the first of six rows of wooden benches, along with her husband, Tyrone. The Rev. Eric S. C. Manning, who now inhabits the office once occupied by the church’s pastor, the Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney, who was among those killed, sat one row back. The Rev. Anthony B. Thompson, whose wife, Myra, led the evening Bible study that Mr. Roof joined, always took his place in the fifth row, along with John Pinckney, the former pastor’s father.

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From One Reader to Another: Books to End a Year's Reading, or to Bring in a New Year - AlbertMohler.com

“How does an idealist turn into a willing participant in murder?” This is the central question in Kati Marton’s chilling account of Noel Field, one of the deadliest spies in the history of the Cold War. Marton tells the story very well, and from a most unique perspective. her Hungarian parents were prominent journalists whose lives intersected with Noel Field and who, rightfully, could claim to have been among his victims, spending years in a Communist prison, charged with spying for the United States. Like so many in the U.S. and Britain who became spies for the Soviet Union, Noel Field was born into a life of privilege. After graduating from Harvard University, Field was hired by the U.S. State Department. He was recruited by Josef Stalin’s NKVD and, most notoriously, was used by Stalin as a pretext for his infamous show trials by which he liquidated his political enemies — real or perceived. The most compelling dimension of the story was Field’s commitment to Communism until the end of his life, even long after he knew the truth about Stalin and when he had to know that his treason had sent so many human beings to both torture and death.

51 Chapter 21, Sec. 7-Chapter 22, Sec. 7 by John Gerstner | December 17, 2016
52 No Cremation — But Should I Gift My Body to Science?
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54 FREE Social Media Management Dashboard | Twitter/Facebook Marketing Tool | Commun.it
55 The Case For Christ on Twitter
56 JP Moreland's Web » My Journey with Cancer: An Update
57 Your Painful Story Brings God Glory
58 I Still Believe in Santa, and God Too | RZIM
59 Magi, Wise Men, or Kings? It's Complicated.
60 Know When to Walk Away
61 The Wrath the World Needs
62 RELEVANT on Twitter
63 RELEVANT on Twitter
64 The TC Apologetics Daily
65 Biola University on Twitter
66 I’m On the Lookout for the Next Great Christian Novel
67 Ligonier Ministries
68 When Darkness Falls at Christmas
69 A Great Teacher Can Simplify without Distortion
70 What is the Best Evidence for Intelligent Design? | CrossExamined.org
71 Scorcese’s ‘Silence’ Asks What It Really Costs to Follow Jesus
72 Fear and Trembling
73 9 Things You Should Know About Aleppo and the Syrian Crisis
74 I Only Believe What Science Can Prove | Whattaya Do? | New York Apologetics
75 What is the Frank Wolf International Religious Freedom Act?
76 Renewing Your Mind | The Return of Christ | Dec 16, 2016
77 Lee Strobel on Twitter
78 Albert Mohler: Ask Anything Live (Dec, 14, 2016)
79 Will We Fear God in Heaven?
80 Biola University on Twitter
81 Friday's Featured Sermon: "Through Christ, Life"
82 FREE Social Media Management Dashboard | Twitter/Facebook Marketing Tool | Commun.it
83 Isn’t It Objectively True That I Hold My Own Subjective Moral Values?
84 Are We Entering a Post-Liberal Era? | The Stream
85 The Briefing 12-16-16 - AlbertMohler.com
86 The Briefing 12-16-16 - AlbertMohler.com
87 BreakPoint on Twitter
88 So the New York Times executive editor said, 'We don't get religion" ... So what? Now what?
89 The Briefing 12-16-16 - AlbertMohler.com
90 The Briefing 12-16-16 - AlbertMohler.com
91 Meet the Cast of the ‘DuckTales’ Reboot—with Their Own Take on the Theme Song
92 Crossway on Twitter
93 Former archbishop: get more Christianity in citizenship tests - premier
94 A Dark and Stormy World