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- Atheists promote ‘skip church’ Christmas billboards

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis is the among four southern cities targeted by American Atheists’ new billboard campaign attacking Christmas. The billboards, which began appearing Dec. 1, feature a young girl writing a letter to Santa; her letter reads, “Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is to skip church! I’m too old for fairy tales.”

The Magic Of Christmas Eve Goes Beyond Religion

The snow was falling lightly and it wasn't too cold. I waited alone on the broad avenue, smoking roll-your-own cigarettes (I was young and still stupid in a lot of ways back then) and marveling at the snowflakes. After a while an older guy walked up and joined me. For a little while we just stared uptown together in the silent hope of conjuring up a bus. But after a while, it being New York and late at night and Christmas Eve, we got to talking. Then we got to laughing (profanity-laced complaints about bus/subway/whatever service is always a NYC ice-breaker). Then we got to sharing cigarettes and a flask of something that tasted like battery acid but packed a nice punch. Finally, we started swapping stories about family and work and the holiday screw-ups that had brought each of us to the bus stop.


We need to be reminded at Christmas of the fact that that celebration of incarnation is inherently eschatological. As Christmas Eve arrives, let’s remember one of those most famous and cherished Christmas hymns, “Joy to the World,” published first in 1719 and written by that great hymn writer, Isaac Watts. But even as it is so often sung at Christmas time and even as millions of Christians sing it as a Christmas carol, declaring the truth that the Lord has come in Bethlehem — that wasn’t what the hymn was about when it was written and that’s not what its words were originally intended to convey. Isaac Watts’ hymn, which begins with those famous words,  “Joy to the world the Lord is come, let Earth receive her King, let every heart prepare him room, let Heaven and nature Sing,” was written about the Lord’s second coming – not about his incarnation, not about his birth in Bethlehem.

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

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25 Easy Ways to Have The Best Christmas Ever

And while it's true that nostalgic traditions are a huge part of what makes Christmas that most magical time of the year, why not make this the year you start some new traditions of your own? Here are 25 ideas to help you get started on making this season the brightest (and most creative) one yet.

Christmas in a Minor Key

Christmastime is here. Bring on the blitz of traditions and travels, wants and wishes. Get the shopping done, get the family together, get the food ready, get the getting going in all its guises. Fill the snowy expanse that is the holiday season. With so many things trying to get in, sometimes it seems like nothing succeeds and Christmastime is empty instead of full: Christmas in a minor key. The marketeers have convinced us that we’re longing for something, but once again their offered ephemera have failed to satisfy.

God's Not Dead: The Incarnation of Jesus Christ: God in the Flesh

Jesus as the Son of Man and the Son of God has two natures found in one person—Christ is God the Great I AM in human flesh (Exodus 3:14; John 8:58). The Bible reveals the dual nature of Christ and humanity’s salvation demands that be the case. It’s a mystery, but a mystery that in selected ways not only makes sense, but is necessary for redemption. Jesus, in the incarnation, did not lose His divinity. He did not lose His authority or His deity. He voluntarily came to the earth as a human baby to live perfectly as He fulfilled the Law—He took on our humanity in order to die in our place (Isaiah 53:4-6; 2 Cor. 5:21; and 1 Pet. 2:24). All the newfangled views of Christ fail to overturn such truths.

Oldest stone tool ever found in Turkey discovered

Scientists have discovered the oldest recorded stone tool ever to be found in Turkey, revealing that humans passed through the gateway from Asia to Europe much earlier than previously thought, approximately 1.2 million years ago. The chance find of a humanly-worked quartzite flake, in ancient deposits of the river Gediz, in western Turkey, provides a major new insight into when and how early humans dispersed out of Africa and Asia.

‘God plus’ or bust; lose the incarnation, lose it all

That’s why June 3, 2011 was such a wake-up call for me. I was traveling the Middle East with seminarians and laypersons from around the United States, few of whom could be described as conservative evangelicals. Not the sort who’d be caught scribbling “Frequent The Gospel Coalition” site on a New Year’s resolution list, in other words. On this particular day, I was chatting with one of my new friends, a successful 57-year-old businessman from Atlanta. This gentleman—we’ll call him Bill—loosely identifies as a Christian. For him, Christianity is more about global philanthropy and mystical connection with the divine than it is about historical events.

12 I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day - Stand to Reason Blog

The lyrics originate from the poem “Christmas Bells” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, written on Christmas day in 1863. But the original was not a feel-good song but one born in grief. Longfellow’s wife had died in a fire in 1860. And on December 1, 1863, the widower received the news that his eldest son, 19-year-old Charley, had been nearly paralyzed by a gunshot wound fighting for the Union in the Civil War. It was with that background that he penned this poem about the dissonance between the Christmas bells, the singing of “peace on earth,” and the world around him of injustice and violence—ending with the hope for eschatological peace. 

O Subtle Star of Bethlehem

But a growing consensus confirms that the Star of Bethlehem was not a bright object, like a supernova or a comet, as others have argued. "The gospel story is one in which King Herod was taken by surprise," said Gingerich. "So it wasn’t that there was suddenly a brilliant new star sitting there that anybody could have seen [but] something more subtle."


Brad Reynolds, S.J., a photographer and artist in residence at Gonzaga University, Spokane, Wash., is also the author of several mystery novels. His poem is taken from America: The National Catholic Review (December 11, 2006).

Don’t Be a Scrooge This Christmas

Sure, Christmas is a time of commerce. The department stores are decorated to the hilt, the ad pages of the newspapers swell in size, and we tick off the number of shopping days left until Christmas. But why all the commerce? The high degree of commerce at Christmas is driven by one thing: the buying of gifts for others. To present our friends and families with gifts is not an ugly, ignoble vice. It incarnates the amorphous “spirit of Christmas.” The tradition rests ultimately on the supreme gift God has given the world. God so loved the world, the Bible says, that He gave His only begotten Son. The giving of gifts is a marvelous response to the receiving of such a gift. For one day a year at least, we taste the sweetness inherent in the truth that it is more blessed to give than to receive.

WORLD | In the fullness of time | Andrée Seu Peterson | Dec. 27, 2014

Nevertheless, “the fullness of time” would be naught but a lovely daisy chain to be admired from a distant outpost, far from God and far from hope, had He not woven it still further till it reached to you and took in all your comings and your goings. Then the star that shone on Bethlehem did shine upon your soul, and you were smitten by its light.

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You’re Invited to Come and See

“I know, but I’m going to try to do better. You asked me what it means to pray in Jesus’s name. And I’ve been thinking about your question. I think it means we aren’t just praying on our own. We are praying as a part of Jesus’s family, in Jesus’s name.” I open my arms to indicate her brother and her dad in front of us. “Just like our family all has the name Becker, God’s family all has Jesus’s name. So when we say, in Jesus’s name, we’re saying that we’re excited to be a part of God’s family.”

A Christmas Present from the Mainstream Media: Newsweek Takes a Desperate Swipe at the Integrity of the Bible (Part 1)

Thanks, Russ. I appreciate the comment. However, I disagree with your analysis here that this is a call for Christian “entitlement.” If Newsweek publicly slanders any group or individual, willfully ignoring the facts, then there is nothing wrong with asking for that organization to own up to its mistake. Your understanding of Stark’s argument, and early Christianity is not precisely accurate. Stark is correct that the Christian willingness to suffer persecution played a big role in its advancement, but he never said that Christians were obligated to stay silent when they were abused by the state. In fact, in the second and third centuries, Christian apologists spent a lot of their time appealing to the Roman government for fair treatment and justice (see writings of Justin Martyr and Tertullian as examples).

#10 of Our Top Ten Evolution Stories of 2014: A Stunning New Illustration of Intelligent Design in the Cell

wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year! We'll be on a light reporting schedule as we enjoy some vacation time with family and friends. In the meantime we offer to our wonderful readers a countdown of the past year's Top 10 stories reflecting the most exciting and important developments in the evolution debate, concluding on New Year's Day. Enjoy! Oh, and by the way, if you haven't finalized your year-end contribution to support the work of the Center for Science & Culture, including


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Innovative Apologetics: Bill Nye in His Book "Undeniable" Says The Truth of Divine Creation Harms Kids

The frightening side of Advent: Bonhoeffer’s Christmas sermons

For many Christians like me, Christmas is a time of comfort, of peace, and of abundance.  We’re fortunate if that is the case.  But what if Christmas is intended to be an annual reminder of our need for a Savior to break into our darkness, our “homelessness,” and for us to be convicted of our lack of offensive faith?  What if Advent, the season leading up to the celebration of the Incarnation, ought not make us sentimental and satisfied but rather challenge us to live out our sentness as bold heralds of Christ’s coming?

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How Wish Lists Affect Our Gift-Giving

As a Christian, I see an element of loving our neighbor in giving them something they want. Whether from a list or from studying their interests, a thoughtful gift shows the recipient that we care for them and want them to feel loved. As the receiver, we are given the opportunity to exercise humility by accepting the gifts given to us, even if they aren’t all from our list or less than what we asked for.

God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: The Evidence for the Exodus Provides a Problem for Ridley Scott’s “Exodus: Gods and Kings"

Joy Overbeck - Barack Obama’s Contradictory Christianity

Barack Obama has a strangely inconsistent view of Christianity. At the same time he scolds that Christian belief dictates we must not “oppress the stranger” if those strangers happen to be four or five million illegals who are new potential Democratic voters, his enforcer Attorney General Eric Holder oppresses The Little Sisters of the Poor into court. Obama’s administration thinks it’s more important to force this group of Catholic nuns to violate their religious beliefs by providing Obamacare abortion-inducing drugs than to allow them to help the elderly poor and dying unmolested by an autocratic government.

Wishing You Neither a 'Traditional' nor 'Contemporary' Christmas

The mission of High Street Hymns is to bring joy and growth into congregational worship through the reclamation of ancient Christian hymnody and poetry. There’s a long tradition of composing music to these texts, and we are participating in that effort, but from a different angle and musical strain. About 35 years ago a rift occurred in congregational music that resulted in what we now call “traditional” (organ, choir, and hymns) and “contemporary” (folk, rock, and choruses) music. Our hope is to be a bridge between the two, creating space for intergenerational congregational worship that is neither “traditional” nor “contemporary” as we currently understand those words. For example, a few years back we put O Little Town of Bethlehem to a new melody: Click here to listen

Cal Thomas - 'Unbroken' the Film

In media appearances, Jolie has refused to discuss why the most remarkable part of Zamperini's story was excluded from the film. That would be the night he was converted at the 1949 Billy Graham crusade in Los Angeles. As Hillenbrand tells it in her book, Louis came home, poured his alcohol down the drain, threw out his cigarettes, was reconciled to his wife and became a new man because, he said, he had asked Jesus Christ to be his savior.

Nativity Trivia

The most important thing about the Christmas story isn’t your mastery of Nativ­ity trivia. At the center of Christmas is the birth of Jesus. Think about it: The God who made heaven and earth—the God who made you—came to earth in the form of a hu­man baby born to a poor couple. God, who is spirit, became a human just like you.

What options are there in the origins debate? - A Taxonomy of Christian Origins Positions

Third, there are positions related to the scientific origins which would further subdivide Rau’s categories as dilineated above. For example, young earth creationists often hold that the Global Flood can account for the fossil record and stratification. But some YECs have historically held that the Flood would have been tranquil and essentially had no impact on the Earth. Other YECs simply hold that the universe and the Earth have an appearance of age because God would have known at what age it would have needed to be in order to sustain life. There is much diversity about the mechanisms related to the Flood as well. Similarly, Old Earth Creationists exist upon a spectrum, though Rau’s principles about what unites them are correct. However, OECs are often confused with other views along the spectrum such as directed evolution. Strictly speaking, an Old Earth Creationist will not hold to the notion that speciation occurs on such a broad scale through evolution.

Reasons for God

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3 Ways to Guard Your Christmas Witness

Needless to say, we should labor to ensure we grasp and confess why “he had to be made like his brothers in every respect, so that he might become a merciful and faithful high priest in the service of God, to make propitiation for the sins of the people” (Heb. 2:17). The cradle leads to the cross, and we should be careful that when we speak of the former we get to the latter. The baby in the manger came to be the crucified Son of God; our treatment of the incarnation should reflect such joyful seriousness.  

34 Apologetics Training - Advice to Christian Apologists | Reasonable Faith

Have you ever wondered what type of training would be the most beneficial for those who aspire to become Christian apologists? Dr. Craig, when asked to present for the Stobb Lectures, recently addressed students interested in apologetics as ministry, offering them three key pieces of advice to help in that pursuit. Here, in the first of two parts, he explains why budding apologists should select an area of specialization in their studies and then demonstrates why a background in analytic philosophy provides a crucial foundation, even as a part of historical and scientific apologetics training.

Christmas Gift to Ebola Patients

As a health care provider, we provide compassionate care to those who are entrusted to us. I hope that, as I care for the sick, I can show just a small part of God's love for them. Caring for those with Ebola provides a different challenge, as the patients can only see the eyes of the health care provider and can only hear a voice muffled by a face mask.  

36 Reflections on “Uncaused Beginnings” | Reasonable Faith

In section 2 Oppy takes cognizance of the objection that it is arbitrary for the naturalist to single out certain sorts of things as uncaused features of an initial contingent state of reality, since there is nothing to constrain what comes into being at that moment. Oppy rejoins that if it were really possible for a rabbit, say, to feature in an initial state of reality, then it would have to be possible for the initial state to be nothing but a rabbit, which is manifestly impossible. Of course, I agree that it is obviously impossible that the first state of reality should be a rabbit, since I hold that things cannot come into being uncaused. But, first, I fail to see why it is impossible, if things can come into being without a cause, the initial state might not have been a single rabbit. It might exist for no more than an arbitrarily short moment, but that is irrelevant. A fundamental failing of Oppy’s argument in this section seems to be his assumption that the things which feature in an initial state of reality must be capable of persisting, which is just not true. Besides, we can substitute other entities which can exist apart from larger networks, such as various elementary particles.

37 Is the story of the woman being stoned for adultery in John 7-8 authentic?

One hundred and forty years ago, conservative biblical scholar and Dean of Canterbury, Henry Alford, advocated a new translation to replace the King James Bible. One of his reasons was the inferior textual basis of the KJV. Alford argued that “a translator of Holy Scripture must be…ready to sacrifice the choicest text, and the plainest proof of doctrine, if the words are not those of what he is constrained in his conscience to receive as God’s testimony.” He was speaking about the Trinitarian formula found in the KJV rendering of 1 John 5:7–8. Twenty years later, two Cambridge scholars came to the firm conclusion that John 7:53–8:11 also was not part of the original text of scripture. But Westcott and Hort’s view has not had nearly the impact that Alford’s did.

38 10-Year-Old Finds Out He Will Be a Brother in Awesome Christmas Surprise

Y oung Ethan really wanted to be a big brother some day, and this week, his parents gave him an awesome Christmas surprise : A sonogram with the evidence that his wish was coming true. There really are such things as Christmas miracles ...

Atheists come up with their own 'ten commandments'

The contest drew more than 2,800 submissions from 18 countries and 27 U.S. states, according to Bayer and Figdor. The proposed “non-commandments” ranged from the quizzical (“Don’t follow your nature”) to the quixotic (“Thriving in space is the ultimate goal”).

The New ‘Walking Dead’ Spinoff Has Found Its Lead

T he upcoming, yet-to-be titled Walking Dead spinoff has found its lead. According to Deadline , Kim Dickens, who most recently drew attention for her role in David Fincher’s Gone Girl, will star as a guidance counselor and mother of two who “looks like the girl next door but has a darkness to her, a troubled past that will come back to haunt her.” Actor Cliff Curtis will play the male lead, a co-worker who is in a relationship with Dickens's character. Robert Kirkman, the man behind the original Walking Dead graphic novel, created the series, which takes plays during the same zombie takeover, but in a different location ...

Two Disgraced Women Who Changed the World

[A]n angel of the Lord appeared to (Joseph) in a dream, saying, “Joseph, son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife; for the child who has been conceived in her is of the Holy Spirit. She will bear a son; and you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins.” Now all this took place to fulfill what was spoken by the Lord through the prophet: “Behold, the virgin shall be with child and shall bear a son, and they shall call his name Immanuel,” which translated means, “God with us.” And Joseph awoke from his sleep and did as the angel of the Lord commanded him, and took Mary as his wife, but kept her a virgin until she gave birth to a son; and he called his name Jesus. (1:20-25)

Jesus Changes Everything

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Answering Muslims: Muslim Says Nabeel and I Should Have Our Throats Slit for Making Video about the Qur'an

Four years ago, Nabeel Qureshi and I made a video discussing the textual history of the Qur'an. We showed that, according to Muslim sources, the third "rightly-guided" caliph, Uthman, gathered all available Qur'an manuscripts and burned them because of textual differences. The original "Burn the Qur'an Day," then, was carried out by Muslims. Here's the video: Four years later, we're still getting death threats over the video. Here's the latest:

44 I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day - Stand to Reason Blog

The lyrics originate from the poem “Christmas Bells” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, written on Christmas day in 1863. But the original was not a feel-good song but one born in grief. Longfellow’s wife had died in a fire in 1860. And on December 1, 1863, the widower received the news that his eldest son, 19-year-old Charley, had been nearly paralyzed by a gunshot wound fighting for the Union in the Civil War. It was with that background that he penned this poem about the dissonance between the Christmas bells, the singing of “peace on earth,” and the world around him of injustice and violence—ending with the hope for eschatological peace. 

My 7 year old is an atheist

Now that I am finished crying, I can respond to you that we must have been separated at birth -- I could have written this article word-for-word. My seven year old posed questions and made comments similar to your's. My seven year old is now almost 20 and it has been the most joyous, enlightening, heart warming journey with her. My fear with her self-declared atheism was the trouble she would encounter because, of course, Atheism = Satan worship according to my upbringing! I constantly tried to get her to use a different label... even agnostic was better than "that" word. But I finally grew to realize that she was so much brighter than I was... and was not ashamed by what other people thought -- she showed by her actions and deeds that not believing in God didn't mean that she wasn't compassionate, giving, spiritual and loving. People gravitated to her throughout school because of her inclusiveness, her support, her humor and zest for life.. all in spite of not having to base it all on what she was told to do in church. So let me assure you that you have so much to look forward to as you watch your daughter grow and become a young woman.

46 The ‘Lord of the Rings / Let It Go’ Mashup You’ve Been Waiting For Is Here

I f you’ve ever wanted to see the entire plot of The Fellowship of the Rings set to the Frozen anthem "Let It Go", than we have a Christmas surprise for you. The team at The Hillywood Show has created the most epic "Lord of the Rings: Let It Go" parody mashup imaginable for your viewing enjoyment ...


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Miscellaneous Misconceptions About Christmas

Many Christians use Christmas and its various symbols as reminders. Jesus Christ is the main reason why many believers celebrate Christmas. Some, however, get too caught up on the origin of how we came to use Christmas as the reminder for His birth. Our focus should not be on the origin of Christmas—or even on the symbols themselves. In fact, there are many conflicting reports concerning the source of certain traditions. For example, some claim the Christmas tree has a Christian origin while others believe it has pagan roots.

WORLD | Into the Woods | Emily Whitten | Jan. 10, 2015

Once upon a time, a childless baker (James Corden) and his wife (Emily Blunt) wished for a baby. Enter stage right, with a bang and a puff of smoke, a gnarled old witch (Meryl Streep) who will break the curse on their house and grant their desire—if they bring her four things from the nearby woods.

Bible's Christmas accounts 'complementary'

Though the Levirate marriage explanation has been debated by scholars, at least one thing is certain: for the nearly 1,800 years since Julius’ inquiry, disciples and skeptics alike have continued to wonder why the Bible’s two accounts of Jesus’ birth report the story in slightly different ways. In response, three seminary professors have explained that the narratives do not contradict one another at any point and tell the story in different ways to highlight different aspects of Jesus’ person and work.

51 Let This Video of The Rock Singing Carols Give You a Last-Minute Dose of Christmas Spirit
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53 FDA now allowing gay men to donate blood
54 WORLD | The first Christmas (with apologies to Clement Moore) | Marvin Olasky | Dec. 24, 2014
55 Renewing Your Mind | The Glory of Christmas | December 24, 2014
56 Spreading the Story of Life Change Online
58 Lee Strobel on Twitter
59 Sony Is Putting ‘The Interview’ on YouTube and Other Streaming Sites
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61 WORLD | Midday Roundup: Another police shooting ignites protests in St. Louis | Leigh Jones | Dec. 24, 2014
62 The Christian Post on Twitter
63 The Comfort Zone: Words of Comfort: Gun at my face.
64 Stoning Adulterers - Christian Research Institute
65 Rachel’s Children
66 WORLD | The incomplete telling of Louis Zamperini’s life | Cal Thomas | Dec. 24, 2014
67 WORLD | Clinton looks like a 2016 shoo-in, but can she compete with the GOP? | Dec. 24, 2014
68 Lee Strobel on Twitter
69 5 Ways to Improve Audience Engagement
70 Reflecting on Christmas Memories (Part 1 of 2)
71 WORLD | Web Reads: Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up with videos | Susan Olasky | Dec. 24, 2014
72 Town Officials Are Forcing a Resident to Take Down His Zombie Nativity Scene
73 New study: high levels of generosity to spouse makes a happier marriage
74 Bin lorry crash: Archbishop comforted mother who saw parents and daughter die – Premier Premier
75 Sexual Sanity for Women in a World Gone Mad - Christian Research Institute
76 WORLD | Terror and grace in 1914 | Marvin Olasky | Dec. 27, 2014
77 WORLD | No Samantha shortcuts | Andrée Seu Peterson | Dec. 24, 2014
78 Seven Rules for Being Kind to Waiters - Aleteia
79 WORLD | Santa Claus’ Christian beginnings | Albin Sadar | Dec. 24, 2014
81 6 Meditations on The Pre-Incarnation | HeadHeartHand Blog
82 Worldview | HeadHeartHand Blog
83 Merry Christmas from Stand to Reason - Stand to Reason Blog
84 Let every heart prepare him room!
85 What If Jesus Had Never Been Born?