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Steve Harvey Crowns the Wrong Miss Universe and Awkwardly Apologizes

In a move that would make even John Travolta feel awkward, Steve Harvey misspoke and crowned the wrong Miss Universe. After Harvey announced Miss Colombia, Ariadna Gutierrez, as Miss Universe, he had to interrupt her celebratory tears and waving to apologize and crown the actual winner, Miss Philippines, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach. More excruciating than his apology is the lengthy, silent pause before the crown is plucked from Miss Colombia and handed over to Miss Philippines. If ever someone felt the pang of Ricky Bobby's words, "If you ain't first, you're last," it's right now. Hang in there, Miss Colombia. You know what they say: First is the worst and second is the best. If you enjoy crippling awkward tension, you can view every deplorable moment in the footage from the event.

Cambrian Arthropod Was a Loving Mother

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Why Humility Always Trumps Inflammatory Rhetoric

Colbert's comments about prayer underscore a need to bring humility to public discourse.

Assessing the "Logic" of Legalized Euthanasia

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Here’s a Behind the Scenes Video From GQ’s Profile on Hillsong NYC

GQ magazine recently published a long, in-depth feature looking at Hillsong NYC, and “What Would Cool Jesus Do?” is a compelling read. The writer isn’t a Christian, but is fair minded in her first-person exploration of what has made the church so popular among millennials and even celebrities. Over the weekend, they published this behind-the-scenes video featuring some of their interviews with pastor Carl Lentz and members of the Hillsong NYC congregation.

The Day a Judge Tried to Kill Intelligent Design

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The Death of God Is Greatly Exaggerated

@Terry P. Carriker First, no controversial decision was made in 325. You're speaking of the Council of Nicea, which had nothing to do with the Canon and everything to do with the Arian heresy. Arius claimed that Jesus was not God, but a created being.  The Canon was set long before then by the process of using only those books and letters written by an Apostle or a person with firsthand knowledge of the Apostle. Nearly the entire New Testament can be recreated by reading quotes in letters from Clement, Ignatius, and Polycarp. The Muratorian Fragment from the reign of Marcus Aurelius (c. AD 160-AD 180) lists 25 books as authoritative. 24 of those are in the Canon of 27.  So your assertion that Constantine edited the Bible in 325 is demonstrably false and absurd. Second, that is a straw man argument. No-one has said that God (the Holy Spirit, to be precise) has stopped inspiring Man. Listen to Bach's Mass in B Minor, or read Mere Christianity for evidence of inspiration. (cont.)

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Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God? | AlbertMohler.com

Francis J. Beckwith, a leading Catholic apologist and philosopher, defended the claim that Muslims and Christians worship the same God. At one point, Beckwith argued that two people could have differing knowledge of Thomas Jefferson while knowing the same Thomas Jefferson as the third President of the United States. He continued: “In the same way, Abraham and Moses did not believe that God is a Trinity, but St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, and Billy Graham do. Does that mean that Augustine, Aquinas, and Graham do not worship the same God as Abraham and Moses? Again, of course not.”

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Kirsten Powers: Becoming a Christian Ruined My Love of Christmas

The Christmas season was a magical time, made all the more special because I got to experience the magic twice. I helped pick out and decorate two Christmas trees, one at my mother’s house and one at my father’s. Wherever we woke up on Christmas morning, my brother and I were greeted by mountains of presents piled under the tree. We would spend hours plowing through them and then look at each other with delight as we realized we would get to do it all over again just a few hours later at the other house. Christmas meant two of everything.

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The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything

Actress April Castillo Hernandez returns to the show to discuss a miraculous event that happened when she was 12. Listen...

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Bethlehemian Rhapsody

To download this song, go to http://www.puppetunes.com This delightful parody written by Mark Bradford and directed by Darla Robinson (darla@ puppetunes.com) tells the Christmas story in a new....and UNIQUE....way that will touch the hearts of generations to come. Enjoy!

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The Death of God Is Greatly Exaggerated

Thank you, Kate Bachelder, for a most well written article. Points (among several great ones) that stood out for me: First, the trend towards "an unwillingness to talk publicly about matters of faith and ultimate  reality..." illustrates the need for all of us to understand our "worldview", and for Christians, specifically, to understand some of the basic concepts of Christian apologetics, so that we know what we are talking about in the public square. Second, you said that Mr. Metaxas is "keenly sensitive that there are people listening [to his broadcasts] that do not share his point of view". It is certainly commendable that he pursues an attitude of civility and respect when addressing those that are opposed to him. Understanding why we believe what we believe, and expressing our arguments respectfully are important elements of preserving our First Amendment rights -- thoughtful and respectful discourse.

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An Escape from Failure Culture

Last night, at the culminating moment of an international beauty pageant, celebrity host Steve Harvey made a mistake at a critical moment. He read the name of the first runner up as if she had won the crown. However, like any responsible person would, he rectified the situation and took complete responsibility, resisting the urge to shift the blame. “I have to apologize.” But it did not end there. Our infatuation with failure couldn’t let it stop there. His Wikipedia page has already been updated.

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Saint Nicholas and the Origins of Santa Claus

It might surprise many today to find out that Saint Nicholas (spoiler alert) is a real person after all. Is he the white-bearded man with a red suit, a cap, and a sleigh?

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Obey the Government for God’s Sake

The Pharisees are aiming to entangle Jesus in a trap. They intend to hang him on the horns of a dilemma. So they come and they say, “Teacher, we know that you are true and teach the way of God truthfully, and you do not care about anyone’s opinion, for you are not swayed by appearances” (Matthew 22:16). We know you speak the way of God with faithfulness, and that you are not impressed by anybody’s faith and don’t cow to anybody’s opinion. This is called buttering up. Jesus is going to call it malicious, because they really don’t give a rip what Jesus thinks. They mean to entangle him, to trap him. How? “Tell us, then, what you think. Is it lawful to pay taxes to Caesar, or not?” (Matthew 22:17).

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North Korea Sentences Canadian Megachurch Pastor to Life in Prison

The family and church are eager to have Mr. Lim home after close to 7 months in detention in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. There are no comments regarding the charges and allegations made against Mr. Lim except that the humanitarian aid projects that Mr. Lim has both initiated and supported in the DPRK have been for the betterment of the people. It is this tremendous love for the people of the DPRK that motivated Mr. Lim to travel to the nation over 100 times. He remains a compassionate and generous man and we hope to see him home soon. We are grateful for all those who share in our concerns and ask for your continued prayers and support.

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Just Drop the Blanket

In that climactic scene when Linus shares what “Christmas is all about,” he drops his security blanket, and I am now convinced that this is intentional. Most telling is the specific moment he drops it: when he utters the words “fear not” (at :38 seconds).

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Pastor Ed Young Sr. Prays With Caitlyn Jenner in Texas Megachurch

Transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner, prayed with Pastor Ed Young Sr. at a Christmas pageant at Houston's Second Baptist Church for a reality show. The pastor's son, Ed Young Jr., who leads Fellowship Church in Grapevine, Texas, posted their photos and tweeted about it.

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What Kind of Astronomical Marvel was the Star of Bethlehem?

If figuring out the biblical text requires me to understand history, geography, religion, sociology, or something else, then it’s my responsibility to do the necessary study. It’s obvious from Matthew 2 that the Star of Bethlehem is a real astronomical entity that was faithfully observed by astronomers in the Ancient Near East. The biblical scholar, then, is challenged to search for astronomical information, and that’s what I’ve done.

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The Advent Project

The Advent Project is a daily devotional series celebrating the Advent season through art and Scripture. Our goal is to help individuals quiet their hearts and enter into a daily routine of worship and reflection during this meaningful but often hectic season.

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The Eternity Before Christmas

As a materialistic society marks its most material time of the year at Christmas, the preexistence of Christ before all created things reminds of us of his priority and preciousness above every gadget and gismo, every present and party, all the trees and trimmings, lights and laughter, candles and cookies. Surely this is what his preexistence means for us — priority and preciousness above and beyond anything else not preexistent.

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The Death of God Is Greatly Exaggerated

Metaxas is the best apologist to come out of Yale since Buckley.  Ironically, if either happened to actually speak on campus today, they would swiftly be disowned, harassed and ask to apologize and return their degree.  When only one message is allowed in the public arena with respect to morals, social change and science, the rational, logical and data driven positions can merely be drowned out by turning up the volume on the microphone or by slick marketing.  The fruit of this is despotism, social and moral decay and technological stagnation.  His works on Wilberforce and Bonhoeffer have told the stories of Christians who successfully and bravely opposed the greatest evils of our recent past, Slavery and Hitler.  Arguably elective abortion and Islamic terrorism are today's equivalent.  I hope Metaxas is more than a historical writer and can bring his wit and conviction to bear on today's crises.

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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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How Christians Should Fight

College is a formative time for anyone—you’re exposed to new ideas and opinions, you meet new people with different backgrounds, and you learn a lot (mostly about how much you have left to learn). I went through this whirlwind of transformative educational experiences oscillating between two extremes. I attend one of the most politically and socially conservative universities in America, but I spend my weekends with a community of debaters liberal enough to make my professors’ stomachs turn. And if there’s anything I’ve learned from this set of whiplash-inducing circumstances, it’s this: I’m often wrong.

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Should Parents Let their Children Believe in Santa Claus? | Reasonable Faith

There is one caution, however. You should let your children know that many other children actually do believe in Santa Claus, and that it’s not their job to inform them otherwise. That’s between them and their parents. My daughter said that our policy of telling the children Santa is make-believe led to “some interesting conversations” at school with children who said that Père Noël exists. “No, he doesn’t!” Oops! I find it rather ironic that it was our children who were the free-thinkers and sceptics when it came to Santa Claus. Best to tell your children that while we know Santa is a just a fun, make-believe figure, they shouldn’t upset other parents who haven’t been so honest with their children as we have.

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Of Course Christians and Muslims Don't Worship The Same God

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Myth, masks and Star Wars: The Force Awakens | Think Christian

I read this only hours before I saw the movie at an opening night screening. It really enhanced my viewing (many thanks for the vagueness and no spoilers). There’s little not to love about this latest entry to the franchise—arguably the best-executed one to-date, I think—but one thing I did find especially interesting is how this idea of masking has played even into the marketing of the film. It’s been abundantly clear that the trailers were designed to misdirect audience anticipation about key elements in the storyline such that when they’re played out on screen (and I won’t mention any details out of courtesy to those who didn’t brave the lines for a midnight screening), you’re like “whoa…didn’t see that coming.” The idea of who the good and bad guys are—and how they’re often not who they seem to be—has been a major motif of the whole franchise, and this one really enhances it with the masks.

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Deconstructing Christian Reconstructionism

Only when Rushdoony created the Chalcedon Foundation in 1965, first seeded by a women’s Bible study in Los Angeles, did he have the freedom to vigorously pursue his “lawless” and “pietistic” opponents and articulate an unencumbered vision of “sphere sovereignty” under biblical law. By the 1980s, Rushdoony’s influence reached its zenith. Christian activists admitted as much: “Though we hide [Christian Reconstructionist] books under the bed, we read them just the same.” The cocksure second generation of Reconstructionists, eager to secede from one another over anything from survivalist tactics to the source of Passover blood, undermined and decentralized the movement. McVicar less convincingly attempts to discern Rushdoony’s influence on prominent evangelical leaders such as D. James Kennedy, Pat Robertson, or Francis Schaeffer; these later chapters are notable not because they demonstrate Rushdoony’s influence everywhere, but because they provide a front-row seat for the decline of CR.

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Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

The angels demonstrate a reverence and admiration that we, in our fallen state, struggle to display and maintain. The gospel is good news for us, not angels; yet they rejoice and worship as if they were the ones experiencing this peculiar good of our merciful God. We would do well to listen and learn.

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WORLD | Abused and exploited | Sophia Lee | Dec. 26, 2015

What happened to Sarah is a form of domestic sex trafficking. Victims can be male or female, 40 or 9 years old, living in wealthy suburbia or a gang-ridden inner city. The exact number of trafficking victims in the United States is unclear, but there are rough estimates. In 2014, the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline received reports of 5,042 potential human trafficking cases—71 percent were sex trafficking cases, and about 31 percent involved minors. Foster, homeless, runaway, and pregnant youngsters are at highest risk. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children estimates more than one-third of the 1.7 million runaway children each year are lured into prostitution or pornography within 48 hours of hitting the streets. The Department of Justice believes about 300,000 children in the United States are trafficking victims.

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My Top 10 Theology Stories of 2015

At the same time, I believe informed obedience of God’s command to love our neighbors depends on hearing from others, especially when we can’t relate to their experiences personally. What a difference it would make if we read and watched for the sake of empathy and unity and not for judgment and division. What if we consumed news for the sake of prayer and action, rather than despair and distraction? 

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Premier Christianity on Twitter

5 film stars you (probably) didn't know are Christians http://www.premierchristianity.com/Blog/5-film-stars-you-probably-didn-t-know-are-Christians … pic.twitter.com/xYng7PH0xM

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Is Most of Our DNA Garbage?

Biochemist Fuz Rana provides an assessment of the "Junk DNA” Wars taking place within the scientific community. Is most of the human genome junk? Or is most of the human genome functional? Two factions are squaring off on this issue in the aftermath of the publication of the ENCODE project results in the Fall of 2011. ENCODE “skeptics” lampoon the ENCODE conclusions, rejecting them because they don’t match the predictions of the evolutionary paradigm. The response of the ENCODE skeptics makes it evident that some scientists have a religious-like commitment to the evolutionary paradigm, refusing to abandon key aspects of the theory, even when the data overwhelmingly contradicts predictions made by the evolutionary model.

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Parents read Bible verses cut from Charlie Brown Christmas school play - www.ThePoachedEgg.net/mobile

The decree meant students at W.R. Castle Elementary were forbidden from acting out the most important part of the play, when Linus recites the Bible verse Luke 2:8-14. Parents expressed outrage over the decision, both online and in protests at district offices, but school officials refused to reverse the ban, EAGnews reports.

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The Fruit of Grief in Miscarriage

I stood in front of two women, one beautifully round at 35 weeks pregnant; the other listening intently to her story. Just days before, the expectant mother’s doctor told her the baby had stopped growing. After several previous miscarriages, the mom was bracing herself to once again trust God amid grief. The other woman sat attentively, listening to her weeping friend.

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The Poached Egg on Twitter

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"Childhood's End" - Utopia, God, and Science

Karellen and the Overlords are working for the Overmind to “change the world…” They follow its bidding and do what it says in order to reshape reality in the image that the Overmind desires. The Overmind claims to be “the collective consciousness of this universe” and, more simply, “all.” The Overmind takes the children of humanity to transform them into part of the collective consciousness of itself. So where is God? In the world of “Childhood’s End,” the Overmind plays the part of God, but a pantheistic type of being which is itself clearly not all powerful. Indeed, to call the Overmind pantheistic is itself a bit of an overstatement, as it can only bring certain people to itself and do so in certain ways.

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Reasons to Believe on Twitter

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The Poached Egg on Twitter

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Why Doesn't Mark Say Anything About Jesus' Birth?

Silence Doesn’t Mean Denial While it is true that Mark does not include a birth narrative, this does not mean that he was either unaware of the truth about Jesus or denied the virgin conception. Eyewitnesses often omit important details because they either (1) have other concerns they want to highlight with greater priority, or (2) presume that the issue under question is already well understood. The gospel of Mark exhibits great influence from the Apostle Peter . In fact, the outline of Mark’s Gospel is very similar to the outline of Peter’s first sermon at Pentecost. According to the Papias, Mark was Peter’s scribe; his gospel is brief and focused. Like Peter’s sermon in Chapter 2 of the Book of Act’s, Mark is focused only on the public life, ministry, death and resurrection of Jesus. But Mark is not alone in omitting the birth narrative. John’s gospel is considered by scholars to be the last Gospel written. The prior three “synoptic Gospels” were already in circulation and the issue of the virgin conception had already been described in two of them. Yet John also omitted the birth narrative.

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Christians to tone down Christmas in Bethlehem - premier

Christians in Bethlehem have been told to hold 'low key' celebrations this year following a spate of deadly protests in the region.

39 Defenders Class Live | Reasonable Faith

Defenders is Dr. William Lane Craig's Sunday school class on Christian doctrine and apologetics. Join leading Christian scholar Dr. Craig as he carefully and articulately teaches a comprehensive survey course from the Doctrine of God to the Doctrine of the Last Things, explaining Christian apologetic arguments along the way. Click on the link to watch live on Sunday mornings at 11:30 EST or to enjoy archived classes at your convenience.

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The Poached Egg on Twitter

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Alejandro González Iñárritu Talks to CT About ‘The Revenant’

Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu: I think that honestly God is around every moment, in nature and in those beautiful landscapes. We shot at the end of the day every day, at dusk time, which I always say is the time when God speaks. And we have to listen. Every object speaks . . . every plant and every shine in the snow, every tree are like soldiers of this planet. Everything is totally revealed in another level, another dimension. These men were absolutely surrounded by it, but they couldn’t see it. There was a lot of ignorance, a lot of illiterate, young, poor guys who were basically surviving a lot of threats. And between them there was never an understanding but there was a lot of prejudice… And they got kind of lost. Very sadly, that’s kind of the planted seeds of the world we are living now. We are blinded. But I think the beauty of existence is all around all of them, all the time.

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Innovative Apologetics: Evidence for the Exodus part 1

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Renewing Your Mind | The Mystery of the Messiah | December 21, 2015

Paul goes on in the following verses to define the mystery for his readers, but for now let us consider what it means that the apostle understands his mystery as the mystery of Christ or the mystery involving Jesus. Puritan commentator Matthew Henry is helpful here. He writes that “it is called the mystery of Christ because it was revealed by him, and because it relates so very much to him.” Galatians 1:11–12 shows that it was the revelation of Jesus Christ that put this mystery into Paul’s stewardship. Therefore, our Savior revealed it to His apostle by the Holy Spirit. Yet the mystery not only was given by Christ but is also about Christ. Essentially, the mystery is equivalent to the gospel, that good news of salvation, declaring that men and women can be forgiven of their sins and made full citizens of the kingdom of God when they repent and trust in Christ Jesus alone for salvation. Throughout the New Testament, we see the gospel described as “the gospel of Jesus Christ” or “the gospel of our Lord Jesus” — the good news of who He is and what He has done for His people (Mark 1:1; 2 Thess.

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Should Missionaries Fundraise?

Or verses 19–20. He puts his own financial integrity on the line. He says, “We carry out this act of grace that is being ministered by us for the glory of the Lord himself and to show our good will. We take this course so that no one should blame us about the generous gift that is being administered by us.” In other words, you can give to us, because we have got all the safeguards in place for the integrity of those who are handling this money. Or in verse 24 where Paul returns to an explicit exhortation. “So give proof before the churches of your love and of our boasting about you.”

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http://rickwarren.org/devotional/english/will-you-trust-god-or-will-you-worry

Without a doubt, the number one way God tests your faith is through your finances. You’ve already been tested many, many times in your finances. Do you trust God, or do you worry?

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The latest social science is wrong. Religion is good for families and kids.

The rituals associated with religion lend meaning to life, including its most difficult moments and seasons — from the loss of a job to the loss of loved one. Moreover, as I’ve noted elsewhere, more formal “rites as a baptism and a  bris , congregations erect a sacred canopy of meaning over the great chapters of family life: birth, childrearing and marriage.” Religious rituals encourage us to take our family roles more seriously and to help us deal with the stresses that can otherwise poison family relationships. The norms — from fidelity to forgiveness — taught in America’s houses of worship tend to reinforce the faithful’s commitments to their spouses, family members and children and give them a road map for dealing with the disappointments, anger and conflicts that crop up in all family relationships. And as one of the most powerful sources of social capital outside of the state and workplace today, religious social networks provide support and succor to millions of Americans.

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Paul the Forgiven

This Sermon by Pastor Mark Driscoll was preached at James River Church in Ozark, MO, on June 7th 2015.

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Do Christians And Muslims Worship The Same God?

In its statement about Professor Hawkins' view that Muslims and Christians worship the same God, Wheaton College emphasizes its rejection of religious prejudice and its commitment to treat and speak about neighbors with love and respect, as Jesus commanded people to do. But, the statement says, "our compassion must be infused with theological clarity."

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FIFA Suspends President Sepp Blatter for 8 Years

Sepp Blatter, the president of FIFA—as well as Michel Platini, the head of the Union of European Football Associations—have been officially banned from all soccer-related business for eight years. The move comes after a long-running corruption scandal led to the arrest of numerous FIFA officials, and an internal ethics committee determined that both of the men themselves violated the FIFA Code of Ethics. According to the internal investigation, the men were guilty of “breach of loyalty and gifts” though they were cleared of the charges of “bribery and corruption.” Both maintain that they’ve done nothing wrong. Blatter has been particularly defiant, telling reporters, "Even suspended I am the President. I am not ashamed … "I will always repeat that. I am a man of principles. These principles are never taking money you have never earned and pay your debts.”

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67 From Little Bethlehem Will Come a Ruler in Israel
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69 Sunday Quote!- Russell Moore on Christmas and the Strangeness of Christianity
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71 What Does the Bible Really Say About Alcohol?
72 An Arabic Christmas Carol (Byzantine Hymn of the Nativity)
73 You’re a Merry Man, Charlie Brown
74 Sources: NFL likely to suspend Beckham 1 game
75 The American Orphan Crisis
76 Grace to You Radio
77 The Death of God Is Greatly Exaggerated
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82 5 Errors to Drop From Your Christmas Sermon
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86 The Atheist Who Didn't Exist
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88 The Vatican Is Wrong: Jews Do Need Jesus
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90 The Case for Funerals
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