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Auld Lang Syne

What makes “Auld Lang Syne” so powerful? It has nothing to do with a New Year and everything to do with an old friend.

Peer-Reviewed Scientific Paper Develops New Ways of Measuring Complex and Specified Information in Life

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

#6 of Our Top Stories of 2015: Peer-Reviewed Paper Reveals Darwin's Unavoidable Catch-22 Problem

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

The Most Inspiring (and Challenging) YouTube Videos of 2015

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Why You Should Be Optimistic About the Future

9 stats that show major improvements being made in the world.

#4 of Our Top Stories of 2015: Fear of Intelligent Design Prevents Some Biologists from Accepting ENCODE

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

Truthbomb Apologetics: Video: Correct, Not Politically Correct- How Same-Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone by Frank Turek

Video: Correct, Not Politically Correct- How Same-Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone by Frank Turek

Doughnut Raccoon Is the New Pizza Rat

Sorry, Pizza Rat. There's a new hungry pest whose determination is taking the Internet by storm. Meet Doughnut Raccoon, an animal who sees no problem with sneaking into a doughnut shop through the ceiling to grab himself a bear-claw to-go.

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The One Must-Read This Year

There are no emotions of thankfulness or wonder or adoration that come close to what we ought to feel because of this book. This is why the psalmist cries out in desperation: “Incline my heart to your testimonies” (Psalm 119:36) — because our hearts cannot delight in this book as we ought, without omnipotent help from God. The book is so great, we need great help to see it and savor it for what it is. Let this sink in. God gave us a book of complete truthfulness about himself, and his saving work, and his will for us. This alone is enough to make a wise person read it and savor it deeply every day.

Churches Need to Stop Avoiding Talking About Sexual Abuse

I am sorry for what happened to you as a child and for sharing what your struggles and gains. That said, and I wish more than anything that it wasn't true, pretty much the only thing society as a whole talks about is sexual abuse - specifically of children. Each church talks about it often: who can help in daycare, who is able to volunteer for youth group, background checks, fingerprinting. All of those things are there for nothing more than to curtail sexual abuse. Now it is certainly possible that we are simply saying the same thing in different ways. Whereas you say that the church in general never speaks about sexual abuse in terms of victims, I am saying that the church speaks more than anything on those who were the perpetrators. Christians are the most staunch proponents of sex offender laws that, without exception, do nothing to actually stop the problems our nation is facing. Christians picket homes of offenders, petition counties to make harsher zoning laws, and have prayer services to stop sex offenders from moving into neighborhoods. The church as a whole is obsessed with sex offenses, and I have been in many churches where the issue is brought up openly and loudly.

Don’t Waste Your Weaknesses

What did it mean for me to identify and exploit this weakness? It meant first that I accept this as God’s design for my life. I will never read fast. It meant I stop complaining about it. It meant that I take my love for reading and do with it what I can for the glory of Christ. If I can only read slowly, I will do all I can to read deeply. I will exploit slowness. I will ask Jesus to show me more in reading little than many see in reading much. I will ask Jesus to magnify his power in making my slowness more fruitful than speed.


We invite you to the conference for women, but not all about women. It's a gathering of women around the Word of God. To this third TGC Women's Conference, we come joyfully but soberly, knowing that suffering meets us at every hand, right at home and all across the globe. What better book for us in 2016 than 1 Peter—packed with gospel perspective on our short lives. It's a little epistle, but it gives us a big view of who we are in Christ and how we are to live as redeemed sojourners in this world. How do we stand firm in God's true grace? How do we offer a strong shining witness to Jesus Christ even in the midst of fiery trials? Peter points us insistently to the Lord Jesus, to his suffering on our behalf, and to the resurrection life he makes possible for those who believe in him. At TGCW16 we won't be getting away from real life; we will be seeing it clearly, in light of gospel help and hope. By God's grace, we will go away better prepared to live and share resurrection life, in a world of suffering.

Join Us in Spreading Joy

We invite you here at year's end to join us in spreading joy in God to millions of visitors like you who come to If you have never given before, I want to encourage you that every small monthly or year-end gift matters. It could be your gift or prayer that God uses to trigger the next testimony of life-change for everlasting joy.


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Do the Apostles of Jesus Qualify as Martyrs?

Peter urges Christians to expect and accept persecution for the name of Christ: “Yet if anyone suffers as a Christian, let him not be ashamed, but let him glorify God in that name” (1 Pet 4:16). In his classic study on persecution in the early church, Geoffrey de Ste. Croix argues that persecution “for the Name” likely began during the time of Emperor Nero (AD 54-68): “The onus is one those who deny the early importance of this long-lasting element to produce reasons why it should have arisen only after Pliny’s day, when all that we know of Roman religion would lead us to expect its appearance very soon after Christianity first attracted the attention of the government.” [2]

Evidence for God: Predictions of the Birth of Jesus | Innovative Apologetics

An important segment of “proof” for Christianity is the messianic prophecies that were fulfilled by Jesus Christ. The Old Testament foretold the coming of the Messiah in precise detail. The Old Testiment ( Tanakh ) was written centuries before the coming of Jesus and predicted more than three hundred prophecies about Him including His birth. No other founder of any religion can provide a similar prophetic record of their life written down centuries before their birth. Joseph Smith, Ellen G. White, David Berg, Mohammad, and Buddha did not supply a widely transmitted, pre-existing written record that accurately predicted the specific details of their lives. Isaiah 9:6 is one of my favorite prophecies and serves as a wonderful text for celebrating the birth of Jesus. In the text the prophet Isaiah reveals that the future Messiah will be a “Son given” (see John 3:16) and “Mighty God” (see Revelation 1:7-8). The baby boy will be born as God manifested in the flesh—what a glorious truth to rejoice in. [for more see my book Reality and the Folly of Atheism HERE ].

Atheism Preys on Fear and Prejudice

However the New Atheists generally do not debate. They shout and mock. They know that they are right and that their position is the reasonable and intelligent one. Therefore, everyone who disagrees with them is ipso facto not intelligent enough to debate with. If anyone doubts the crypto–religious nature of the New Atheism, just pay a visit to the Dawkins website, complete with its testimonies and “converts corner.” Try challenging atheist doctrine and you will soon find yourself on the receiving end of abuse normally reserved for heretics by the most extremist religious cults. Attending a Dawkins book event is more like a Billy Graham revivalist meeting, than it is an educational event. There are a lot of needy atheists out there (and recovering religious types) who need this kind of therapy, but it should not be dignified by being called “debate.”

10 Questions to Ask of New Year’s Resolutions

Genuine, lasting change is God’s work. The Father is intimately involved in our lives so that our circumstances train us in godliness. The Son has set us free from both the penalty and power of sin so that we now live under the reign of grace. The Spirit gives us a new attitude toward sin and a new power to change. Change is in the DNA of those who’ve been born of God, and we’re changed through faith.

God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: The Bible or the Qur’an: There's No Comparison

How to Answer Objections and Start Gospel Conversations

You’re teaching a co-ed college Bible study. The group is a diverse mix of Christians and non-Christians, and all seem to be reasonably interested in learning more from Scripture. You’re feeling good about the material and the group’s openness to the gospel. Everything is going smoothly—that is, until one of the students, a quiet, meek sophomore who has attended every session, raises her hand and asks, “I get what you’re saying, and all this Bible stuff sounds great. But how can we really  know if it’s all true? How do we know Jesus is alive right now? Why should we trust the Bible more than the Book of Mormon or the Quran?”

Biblical Archaeology’s Top Ten Discoveries of 2015

Ten-year old Matvei Tcepliaev, a tourist from Russia, participated in the Temple Mount Sifting Project during his family's visit to Jerusalem. Amidst the dirt that is the focus of this project – illegally excavated from the Temple Mount in 1999 – he discovered a seal dating to the time of King David and the Jebusites, 3,000-years ago . Archaeologists called it a rare find from that period of Jerusalem's history.

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Advice for Future Apologists In 1 Peter 3:15 , Christians are commanded: "In your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect." From the Greek word for "give an answer" comes the word "apologetics." Christians are commanded to be apologists. But how do we go about this? In this video, seven experienced Christian apologists (Douglas Groothuis, Gary Habermas, Craig Hazen, Mike Licona, Nabeel Qureshi, Mary Jo Sharp, and Frank Turek) give advice to future apologists.

Top 15 Articles of 2015

This has been an amazing year for Desiring God. God has been extremely gracious to us as we continue to aim to make the glory of God and the goodness of joy the foundation and flavor of everything we do. This calendar year God blessed us with ninety million page views from over two hundred countries.

My 5 Favorite Theology Reads of 2015

As 2015 ends its long journey and approaches the Grey Havens where it will bid us farewell and “pass into the twilight,” it is time, once again, to reflect on the books and the parchments we encountered along the way. I am blessed to serve the church in a capacity that necessitates the reading of many books. It just so happens that I am also a bibliophile , so that part of my job is also a great pleasure. In addition, for years I have loved to let others know about great book discoveries ( here are my favorites of 2014). When I read a book that I believe is helpful in one way or another, I want to tell as many people as possible.

Did You Hear About the Father Who Is the Mother and the Mother Who Is the Father

As for the child of this couple in Ecuador, can anyone say to me with a straight face that having your mother be your father and your father be your mother is in the best interest of the child? That there will no confusion or emotional scars for this child as he or she grows up and understands biological and social realities? Does anyone really believe that this is some kind of social "advance" and that we should be celebrating it rather than mourning it?

Discovery Institute on Twitter

Is information being created when we snap a picture of Niagara Falls?

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Imitate God in everything you do because you are His dear children. Live a life filled with love, following the example of Christ. Eph 5:1

Scriptural Inerrancy and the Apologetic Task | Reasonable Faith

So I almost never argue with an unbeliever about biblical inerrancy. I’ll concede for the sake of argument virtually all the errors and inconsistencies in the Old and New Testaments that he wants to bring up, while insisting that the documents collected into what was later called the New Testament are fundamentally reliable when it comes to the central facts undergirding the claims and fate of Jesus of Nazareth. For the apologetic task it doesn’t really matter whether Jesus was born in Bethlehem, which day of the week he was crucified, how many angels were at the tomb, and so on. So long as the central facts are secure, the unbeliever ought to become a Christian.

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Clinton: Islamic State persecution of Christians, Yazidis, a genocide

"I think I was asked this a couple months ago, and I said that term carries with it legal import, it is a very important concept and label for behavior that deserves that name," Clinton said at a town hall in Berlin, New Hampshire, when asked about the Islamic State's killing of Christians, Yazidis, Kurdish Muslims and other religious minorities in the region.

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Meet a man forced to live in a fast changing and godless society. He faced fears about the future, concern for his safety, and the discouragement of world that seemed to be falling apart at warp speed. Sound familiar? His name was Daniel, and with the power of hope, humility, and wisdom, he not only thrived, he changed an empire while he was at it. Though he lived thousands of years ago, he has a much to teach us today. Exploring the story of Daniel to help us not only survive – but actually thrive in an increasingly godless culture. Topics include: Why panic and despair are never from God; What true optimism looks like; How humility disarms even our greatest of enemies; Why respect causes even those who will have nothing to do with God to listen; and How wisdom can snatch victory out of the jaws of defeat. For those who know Jesus and understand the full implications of the cross, the resurrection, and the promises of Jesus, everything changes – not only in us, but also in our world.   ORDER YOUR COPY NOW >>>

Church had "deep hostility" to Margaret Thatcher's government, files show - premier

The Church of England was accused of having a "deep hostility" towards the policy of Margaret Thatcher's government, newly released documents show.

Serving the Church and Selling Mattresses

We focus on the home, with our primary product being furniture and mattresses. Since home is a place for hospitality, security, and rest, we try provide people these opportunities. The importance of rest is seen in the creation account—the seventh day—and the importance of being hospitatable is seen in passages like Hebrews 13:2 and Titus 1:8. As a result of our efforts, people can rest on a mattress or sit and talk with their family around a table. It’s fulfilling to think that people live life on the products we sell them.

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Why any senior pastor would keep fired-up women from full service in the church is just beyond me. - Bill Hybels

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#Christian Reason Today, by Arthur Khachatryan: The Christian apologetics e-paper highlighting the best of reasons for the Christian faith.

The Problem with Saying ‘All Lives Matter’

I wish black lives mattered when it came to abortion. That's the problem. The #hashtag only comes up when a black person is affected by someone who is not black. Why doesn't the #hashtag come up when there is a black on black crime? There needs to be consistency. Your example of the house being broken into is so silly. Of course, if a black man is shot, people are going to grieve and be hurt because of the situation. If my friend John gets shot, I won't look at my buddies around me and talk about how much their lives matter to me. No, I'm going to be focused on John and his life and how much it meant. It should be John's life matters. It should be Trayvons life matters. Your example is saying the focus shouldn't be on all lives but the black lives that are affected. Well in that case, the focus shouldn't be on black lives but the life that was affected. If we focus on every life individually wether black, white, asian, then unity will exist, but if we only focus on one race at a time, then division will exist. I listen to Urban Family Talk every single day and they talk about this from a black persons perspective in a biblical view and they would disagree with everything that you have said.

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.

Innovative Apologetics: Answering Atheism: God is Required to Underwrite Propositions

5 Things You Can Give to God Every Day

God has not only give you spiritual gifts, but he’s also given you talents—areas in which you are naturally skilled. Perhaps you are a talented musician, or a talented writer or artist or host or leader. Do you know where God has given you this kind of skill? He has given these talents so you can return them to him, using them for his glory. No matter who you are and what you do, you can commit these to him and look for creative ways to use them for the good of others and the glory of God.

Examining Jesus by the Historical Method (Part 1)

1) Jesus died by Roman crucifixion. 2) He was buried, most likely in a private tomb. 3) Soon afterward, the disciples were discouraged, bereaved, and despondent, having lost hope. 4) Jesus’ tomb was found empty very soon after his interment. 5) The disciples had experiences that they believed were actual appearances of the risen Jesus. 6) Due to these experiences, the disciples’ lives were thoroughly transformed, even being willing to die for this belief. 7) The proclamation of the resurrection took place very early, at the beginning of church history. 8) The disciples’ public testimony and preaching of the resurrection took place in the city of Jerusalem, where Jesus had been crucified and buried shortly before. 9) The Gospel message centered on the death and resurrection of Jesus. 10) Sunday was the primary day for gathering and worshipping. 11) James, the brother of Jesus and former skeptic, was converted when, he believed, he saw the risen Jesus. 12) Just a few years later, Saul of Tarsus (Paul) became a Christian believer due to an experience that he believed was an appearance of the risen Jesus.

Bill Cosby Has Been Charged With Sexual Assault

Allegations against Bill Cosby have been piling up for the past year, as more than 50 women accused the comedian of rape, sexual assault and sexual misconduct in incidents dating back to the ’60s. But now, Cosby is facing his first criminal charges for a case from 2004 . Former Temple University employee Andrea Constand says Cosby gave her pills and wine and then assaulted her in his home while she was unconscious. The case was closed in 2005 after Cosby said the acts were consensual, and the statute of limitations was set to run out in 2016. But the case was reopened this summer in light of new testimony. “Reopening this case was our duty as law enforcement officers,” Montgomery County District Attorney-elect Kevin Steele said at a press conference. “We examined all the evidence and we made this determination because it was the right thing to do.” An arrest warrant has been issued, and Cosby is expected to be arraigned Wednesday afternoon.


There is simply no clarity regarding the timing of Jesus’ birth. The Scriptures do not speak directly to the issue, but the presence of flocks in the field has caused many to question the traditional December date of Christmas. This is because grazing in the field seemingly indicates a milder climate than that of winter, although there are reports of occasional breaks, for upwards of a few weeks, in the rainy winter season. Commentator William Hendriksen raises an interesting point as well: “At this season of the year many roads in that region are impassable. No government would have forced people to travel  then  to the places where they must be registered” ( New Testament Commentary: Luke , vol. 11, 150).

What Are the Biggest Challenges Facing the Evangelical Church in 2016?

As we near the end of one year we get reflective, and as we approach a new year we get prophetic, and one question we tend to see this time of year, looking into 2016, is this one: Pastor John, from your vantage point, what are the biggest challenges facing the evangelical church today and in the near future? What events or issues come to mind?

Songwriter Files $150 Million Lawsuit Against Spotify

In response, Spotify released a statement defending streaming music without artists' permission, claiming, “the data necessary to confirm the appropriate rights holders is often missing, wrong or incomplete.” As his interview with NPR notes, however, in Lowery’s case, his songs are registered with the U.S. copyright office, making it easy to see who owns the rights. In their statement, Spotify says they have “set aside the royalties we owe until we are able to confirm their identities,” but Lowery's lawyer says they could also be on the hook for copyright infringement penalties, which cost $150,000 per violation.

When the Church Gets Things Right

While acknowledging that is a reality for many of us, I’d also like to invite you to see that not all acts motivated by belief systems are negative. Christians often get it wrong, but we often get it right, too. Sometimes, followers of Jesus can act in the face of tragedy and disaster to make a real difference for the hurting, the grieving and the oppressed.

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What’s Wrong with Progressive Creation?

One result of compromising with our evolutionary culture is the view of creation called the “day-age” theory or “progressive creation.” This view, while not a new one, has received wide publicity in the past several years. Much of this publicity is due to the publications and lectures of astronomer Dr. Hugh Ross — probably the world’s leading progressive creationist. Dr. Ross’s views on how to interpret the Book of Genesis won early endorsements from many well-known Christian leaders, churches, seminaries, and Christian colleges. The teachings of Dr. Ross seemingly allowed Christians to use the term “creationist” but still gave them supposed academic respectability in the eyes of the world by rejecting six literal days of creation and maintaining billions of years. However, after his views became more fully understood, many who had previously embraced progressive creation realized how bankrupt those views are and removed their endorsement.

Human Nature and Christian Apologetics

Those we invite to name Christ as Lord are, first, made in God’s image and likeness (Genesis 1:27-28). Thus, humans are “finite replicas of God,” in Cornelius Van Til’s phrase. As such, we are personal, relational, rational, emotional, and volitional. We represent God on earth as does nothing else and are called to cultivate and develop nature (Genesis 1-2; Psalm 8). We mortals are finite and personal; the immortal God is infinite and personal. Since we are finite, we need an infinite reference point in order to find our purpose and the meaning of life and of death. We are not sufficient unto ourselves. We were created to look up to God before we look down at ourselves and the rest of creation.

Renewing Your Mind | Glory to the Holy One, Part 2 | December 30, 2015

Reclaiming the arts, whether in worship or the larger community, will plainly clarify the church’s proclamation of the gospel. If the gospel requires hearts to contemplate the sinful human condition, so will our rendering of it in poetry, music, painting, and more. The longing we experience when listening to a great hymn, or any other expression of beauty in the Christian community, is not a superficial longing we may experience briefly at the moment. It is, in fact, a paradigm for the intense longing for beauty all sinners exhibit. The release from this longing will never be truly complete until we have found it in the love of God for His tragically sinful people. Our glorious God, who comes graciously to His church, intends that we “walk” up the road to Golgotha before we sing our alleluias.

Marriage, race among top issues for ERLC in 2015

Copyright (c) 2015 Baptist Press. Reprinted from Baptist Press (, news service of the Southern Baptist Convention. The original story can be found at new - an hour ago Marriage, race among top issues for ERLC in 2015 by Tom Strode, posted Wednesday, December 30, 2015 (an hour ago) Tags: ERLC2015gay marriagerace relationssanctity of life Tweet Panelists discuss the Gospel and homosexuality at the ERLC's Equip Austin event, July 29. Photo by Gary Ledbetter Panelists discuss the Gospel and homosexuality at the ERLC's Equip Austin event, July 29. Photo by Gary Ledbetter NASHVILLE (BP) -- The Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission addressed same-sex marriage, religious freedom, racial reconciliation, the sanctity of human life and politics among other issues in a tumultuous year for social and church-state issues.

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Jesus says to love our enemies and to pray for those who persecute us (Mat. 5:44). The Spirit of Jesus in the prophets and in the apostles also tells us that those who turn a blind eye to the killing of others are wrong. The fact that we feel contradictory praying both for justice against the Islamic State and for salvation for Islamic State terrorists is partly because we fail to distinguish between the mission of the state in the use of the temporal sword against evildoers (Rom. 13:4) and the mission of the church in the use of the sword of the Spirit against sin and death and the devil (Eph. 6). But that’s not, I think, the main problem.

49 Why do people suffer for a sin Adam committed long ago?

It is important to have a response to both Christians and skeptics when asked about why God allows evil. In this post I want to provide a response to when a Christian asks you, “Why do people suffer for a sin Adam committed long ago?”


I began passionately following Jesus Christ as a young child. And I am so thankful that in Jesus God has provided such a clear revelation of himself that a young child can understand. Yet the more one seeks to understand that revelation, the more he realizes he is just beginning to glimpse the greatness of God's love and wisdom and power....****.... I have been teaching the Bible and apologetics for 35 years. I have a B.A. in Pastoral Ministry/Bible & Theology (Minor in New Testament Greek) from Fort Wayne Bible College (later Taylor University Fort Wayne).I have an M.Div. from United Theological Seminary, Dayton, Ohio (where I focused on New Testament, Pastoral Ministry and Spiritual Renewal). I was a full-time pastor for nearly a decade and have pastored part-time for nearly another decade of the last 30 years....****.... I'm also husband to a wonderful woman, and a proud homeschool dad and grandpa....****.... And since 1997 I have been working in a factory to support all of this--currently building RVs. And I sell on Amazon and eBay (as a "Top-Rated eBay PowerSeller") focusing on used books and vintage items that I find at auctions and other sales.

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56 The Mark of Christianity That is Disappearing from Our Worship
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65 Ultra-feminist founder of Femen Brazil declares herself pro-life, apologizes to Christians
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