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Speaking Truth to a Secular Age: A Google Hangout with Albert Mohler Today at 3:30pm ET

As we seek to leverage new technology for the advancement of God’s Kingdom, we regularly host live Google Hangouts with Christian leaders.

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Ligonier Ministries

The mission, passion and purpose of Ligonier Ministries is to proclaim the holiness of God in all its fullness to as many people as possible. Your gift enables our worldwide outreach. Donate Now

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Grace to You

People often question what God does because they don’t understand that He can do anything He wants. They ask, “Why did God do that?” I’ve often replied, “Because He wanted to.” He showed His sovereignty—His ultimate control of everything—in showing mercy to some like Isaac and Jacob, while hardening the hearts of others like Pharaoh (Rom. 9:6-21). To those who object to God’s right to control such things, Paul said, “Who are you, O man, who answers back to God? The thing molded will not say to the molder, ‘Why did you make me like this,’ will it? Or does not the potter have a right over the clay . . . ?” (vv. 20-21).

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Seven Questions to Ask Before You Watch ‘Deadpool’

On social media, Christians are debating whether or not it’s appropriate to see the film. What follows is a edited transcript from John Piper on why he is committed to a radical abstention from anything he knows is going to present him with nudity.

5 The Catalyst App

COMMUNITY - One of the things we are passionate about here at Catalyst is community, and we've made it easier than ever to engage with leaders all over the world. Respond directly to other users to create a conversation around any of the articles, growth tracks, or videos you find on the Catalyst App!

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Why Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill Made Christian History in Cuba

“This meeting of the primates of the Catholic Church and the Russian Orthodox Church, after a long preparation, will be the first in history and will mark an important stage in relations between the two churches,” the announcement said. “The Holy See and the Moscow Patriarchate hope that it will also be a sign of hope for all people of good will.”

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New California Law Forces Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers to Advertise Abortions

I haven’t, either. That’s because what Brown really did was just the opposite: The bill he signed ( AB775 ), named the Reproductive Fact Act, aims to punish pro-life pregnancy centers, which offer women and girls compassionate alternatives to abortion. Under penalty of ruinous fines for every “violation,” the law orders the pro-life centers to post notices and tell mothers that they can abort their babies and have California taxpayers foot the bill via the state’s expansive Medi-Cal program.

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Why It Is Imperative that Presidents Be Pro-Life

2. Filing of amicus briefs in cases before the judiciary  — Where a case may have broader implications,  amicus curiae  briefs are a way to introduce those concerns, so that the possibly broad legal effects of court decisions will not depend solely on the parties directly involved in the case. Both John Roberts, as a Special Assistant to U.S. Attorney General, and Samuel Alito, as Assistant to the Solicitor General, submitted briefs defending the pro-life cause. Reagan’s Solicitor General Charles Fried also called for  Roe  to be reversed in a brief. While the briefs themselves rarely decide the outcome of a particular case, they are useful in limiting the scope of a particular legal change or interpretation 3. Defending pro-life laws in federal courts  – The president selects the U.S. Attorney General (A.G.), the head of the Department of Justice and the chief lawyer of the United States government. The A.G. is responsbile for representing the United States in legal matters and supervising the “representation of the United States Government in the Supreme Court of the United States and all other courts, foreign and domestic, in which the United States is a party or has an interest as may be deemed appropriate.

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https://www.crossway.org/books/the-whole-christ-hcj/

“It is no exaggeration to insist that the issue dealt with in this book is more important than any other that one might suggest. For, as Ferguson makes all too clear, the issue is the very definition of the gospel itself. The errors of antinomianism and legalism lie ready to allure unwary hucksters content with mere slogans and rhetoric. I can think of no one I trust more to explore and examine this vital subject than Sinclair Ferguson. For my part, this is one of the most important and definitive books I have read in over four decades.” Derek Thomas , Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina; Robert Strong Professor of Systematic and Pastoral Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary

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Valentine’s Is About Jesus

When we elevate romance in our celebrations of Saint Valentine’s Day, we are doing more than supporting the manufacture of all things kitsch. We are appropriating an entirely unnecessary and entirely wonderful event in order to take our place in a tradition of romance and courtly love that points squarely to our Lord.

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Does Truth Exist? - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

If someone makes a statement which is self-contradictory, it simply means that it can’t logically be true. A cannot be both A and non-A at the same time and in the same sense. There is no middle ground. This comes from a law in logic called the “law of non-contradiction.” A self-contradictory statement would be “I can’t write a word in English.” Obviously, that statement is false because I just wrote a sentence in English. Other statements such as “I don’t exist” or “Relativism is true for everyone” can’t be true because if they are true then they are false. They are self-contradictory statements. Most relativists believe that relativism is true for everyone except them.  But, once again, if it is true then it is false.

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Correcting four myths about the history of the Crusades

What had happened? Most people actually know the answer, if pressed—though for some reason they do not usually connect the answer with the crusades. The answer is the rise of Islam. Every one of the listed regions was taken, within the space of a hundred years, from Christian control by violence, in the course of military campaigns deliberately designed to expand Muslim territory at the expense of Islam’s neighbors. Nor did this conclude Islam’s program of conquest. The attacks continued, punctuated from time to time by Christian attempts to push back. Charlemagne blocked the Muslim advance in far western Europe in about a.d. 800, but Islamic forces simply shifted their focus and began to island-hop across from North Africa toward Italy and the French coast, attacking the Italian mainland by 837. A confused struggle for control of southern and central Italy continued for the rest of the ninth century and into the tenth. In the hundred years between 850 and 950, Benedictine monks were driven out of ancient monasteries, the Papal States were overrun, and Muslim pirate bases were established along the coast of northern Italy and southern France, from which attacks on the deep inland were launched.

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A Pastor Is Not Married to the Church

The church is a bride, and she’s going to be married to a man. This is one of the great glories of the gospel. But as Paul makes clear, the church has only one husband. “I feel a divine jealousy for you,” he writes, “since I betrothed you to one husband, to present you as a pure virgin to Christ” (2 Cor. 11:2). One exceptionally fine day, the church will marry the God-man. Her pastor is just the matchmaker.

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17 AMP Conference – Apologetics | Mission | Partnership

“The AMP Conference brings together brilliant communicators who are also scientists, theologians, and philosophers. They equip us to amplify our voices in every walk of life so that regardless of your setting, you can confidently and compassionately share the gospel.“

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When Millennials Meet Ultrasounds

Expectant mothers often form that indissoluble bond with their child even before he or she is born. In millions of homes, the first family picture on the fridge is often that ultrasound picture. Ultrasound technology has advanced to the point where mothers and, hopefully, fathers can see their unborn child in real time. Something within us is touched, and touched deeply, when we see an unborn child—our own flesh and blood sucking a thumb, yawning, scratching an itch, even holding hands up as if in prayer.

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Marriage in Gospel Focus

Tim and Kathy Keller planted Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan in 1989. Together they wrote the book The Meaning of Marriage . Tim Keller is co-founder and vice-president of The Gospel Coalition. 

20 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily, by Greg West: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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Truthbomb Apologetics: William Lane Craig on Religious Pluralism

"Now this view, which one often hears expounded by laypeople and college sophomores, is rooted in ignorance of what the world's great religions teach. Anyone who has studied comparative religions knows that the worldviews propounded by these religions are often diametrically opposite one another. Just take Islam and Buddhism, for example. Their worldviews have almost nothing in common. Islam believes that there is a personal God who is omnipotent, omniscient, and holy, and who created the world. It believes that people are sinful and in need of God's forgiveness, that everlasting heaven or hell awaits us after death, and that we must earn our salvation by faith and righteous deeds. Buddhism denies all of these things. For the classical Buddhist ultimate reality is impersonal, the world is uncreated, there is no enduring self, life's ultimate goal is not personal immortality but annihilation, and the ideas of sin and salvation play no role at all. Examples like this could be multiplied." 1 In other words, they contradict; therefore, the view that says all religions are true or equally valid is demonstrably false.

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Signposts: The Danger of Valentine’s Day

Here in America, a lot of people think Valentine’s Day is a big deal. So it might be tempting to think that we really love love. But do we? Is there a danger to popular culture’s idea of what love should look like?

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Heresy Does Not Happen Overnight

Karl Giberson’s story is a cautionary tale for ourselves—an occasion to humbly ask God to examine and convict us of where our priority and authority lies (Ps. 139:23–24). While the scriptural terms “heresy” and “blasphemy” are rarely used in present-day evangelicalism, Giberson has moved into the realm where these sober descriptors find warrant: “These people blaspheme all that they do not understand . . . [they are] wandering stars” (Jude 10–13).

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100 Huntley Street: Empty Hands – Personal Story / LEE STROBEL

In his latest book "The Case for Grace", Lee Strobel crafts a compelling and highly personal experiential case for God, focusing on God's transforming work in the lives of men and women today. Writing with unusual candor, Lee draws upon his own journey from atheism to Christianity to explore the depth and breadth of God's redeeming love for spiritually wayward people.

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Will You Wrestle with God?

Lastly, wrestling with God changed Jacob’s identity. He was no longer to be known as one who received his blessing by deception. This time he received God’s blessing by prevailing with God by faith. This struggle turned out to be a profoundly gracious gift of restoration that God gave Jacob, not unlike the gift Jesus gave Peter by letting Peter affirm his love for Jesus as many times as he had denied it (John 21:15–17). Jacob’s tenacious faith pleased God and he rewarded Jacob’s request (Hebrews 11:6). When God calls us to wrestle with him, there’s always more going on than we first understand and God always uses it to transform us for good.

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Renewing Your Mind | Providence and Evil | February 12, 2016

What does the existence of evil say about the goodness of God? How are we to understand God’s providence as we experience all kinds of evil happening around us? Through the centuries, people have been trying to reconcile the goodness of God with the existence of evil. Some theologians and philosophers have concluded that either God is not good, or that He simply lacks the power to overcome evil. Here, Dr. Sproul clears up exactly why God allows evil.

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Biola Apologetics on Twitter

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The Lent Project

The Lent Project is a daily devotional series celebrating the Lent 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 season.

30 Two Teens in Arizona Were Killed in (Yet Another) School Shooting

Police have confirmed that two teens were shot and killed this morning in an "isolated incident" at Independence High School in Glendale, Arizona. The shooting occurred at a covered patio near the school's main building just before 8 a.m. The school has since been placed on lockdown. A spokesperson said investigators want to assure parents that their "children are safe." She added that this is not an active shooter situation, and that officials are not necessarily looking for a suspect. The victims are two 15-year-old females, whose names remain unavailable to news sources. Glendale Vice Mayor Ian Hugh is calling the shooting "a horrible tragedy" and said that city officials are following the developments. Glendale Union High School District posted the following statement on their Facebook page:

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32 Log In - The New York Times

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Practical Lutheranism: Luther on the 5th Commandment and Refugees

You see, the argument you’re making here is one which depends entirely upon making these kinds of assumptions. The way you’ve phrased this comment predicates the whole conclusion on the notion that those who are being called refugees will become criminals and rapists, and then you shift the blame for the crimes that it is assumed they are going to commit onto those who would argue as I did here. But when one looks at the assumptions your argument depends upon, I think it is extremely difficult to see them as showing the kind of love of neighbor and–yes!–even enemies that is required by Scripture. This doesn’t say we ought to let evil go unpunished, but it is to say that we ought not assume people are evil who have not committed those evil acts. Your comment obfuscates this and turns the two groups into but one.

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Lawsuit Claims Gospel for Asia Misused Most Donations to 10/40 Window

Wills Point, Texas – February 12, 2016: In the fall of 2015, the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) revoked Gospel for Asia USA’s membership, after a 36-year relationship. ECFA is an organization that provides accreditation to Christian nonprofits in the U.S. based on their “standards for financial accountability, transparency, fundraising and board governance.” ECFA accreditation entitles a ministry to use the ECFA seal, but the loss of accreditation does not mean that the organization is guilty of illegal or unethical behavior. It simply means the organization no longer meets the standards chosen by ECFA to entitle an organization to the ECFA endorsement. Gospel for Asia was a founding member of ECFA, so an endorsement by ECFA is and remains a great honor to us. However, many very reputable organizations are not members of ECFA because they do not meet their rules for membership or they have chosen not to meet them, but Gospel for Asia has always valued our endorsement by ECFA and therefore made efforts to remain in good standing for 36 years.

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Muhammad: The White Prophet with Black Slaves (David Wood)

http://www.answeringmuslims.com Many people who don't read the Muslim sources assume that Muhammad was dark-skinned. However, according to Islam's most trusted sources, Muhammad was white. These same sources show that Muhammad also owned black slaves. How can we reconcile these facts with the spread of Islam among African-Americans in recent decades? David Wood discusses the issue.

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Really Recommended Posts 2/12/16- Chivalry, Super Bowl Ad, Jesus Myth, and More!

I hope I never bore you with my broad selections of posts! I think we have a super lineup here [groaner, I know] with posts on chivalry, the Jesus myth movement, old and young earth creationism, and a Super Bowl ad that is making waves.

37 Frequently Abused Verses: Are We Called to Literally Eat Christ’s Flesh and Drink His Blood?

It should be noted that the Roman Catholic Church appeals to this passage as a proof of the doctrine of transubstantiation—the false teaching that the body and blood of Christ are literally present in the bread and wine of the Mass. Catholic theologian Ludwig Ott writes, “The body and the blood of Christ together with His soul and His divinity and therefore the whole Christ are truly present in the Eucharist” ( Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma [St. Louis: B. Herder, 1954], 382). It is a false foundation for a false doctrine, however, to suggest that Jesus was referring to the Eucharist (Communion or the Lord’s Table) here, since He used the word sarx (flesh). A different word, sōma (“body”), appears in the passages referring to Communion (Matthew 26:26; Mark 14:22; Luke 22:19; 1 Corinthians 10:16; 11:24, 27). Two additional considerations reinforce the fact that this passage does not refer to Communion: First, the Lord’s Table had not yet been instituted; therefore, the Jews would not have understood what Jesus was talking about if He were speaking of Communion.

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Doctrine of God Part 20: God's Love

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org Defenders is Dr William Lane Craig's weekly Sunday school class on Christian doctrine and apologetics. This video is part 20 of the Doctrine of God. Be sure to check out more doctrines as well as the audio of Defenders: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/defend... We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: http://www.youtube.com/drcraigvideos Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/reasonablefa...

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Evangelism Needs to Become More Intellectual | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes

There exists a fairly popular instruction for pastors that when they prepare their sermons, they should strive to "put the cookies on the lower shelf." In other words, the sermon needs to be simple with points easy to grasp by all. I agree that it is important to communicate clearly. Part of that is to help parishioners by approaching take complex ideas and breaking them up in such a way that they can be apprehended by most of the congregation. However, I fear that the drive to "put the cookies on the lower shelf" has been over emphasized. I've seen many Bible teachers who are afraid of being "too intellectual" or presenting difficult concepts because their congregants may not "get it." As a result, much of the preaching on Sunday mornings have been dumbed-down from what the average church goer would have experienced a century or two ago. Of course, not all ideas given in the Scriptures are able to be easily digested. God's orchestration of the conquest of Canaan is one example. The role that women play in New Testament churches is another. Concepts such as believers being predestined yet having the freedom to choose to follow Jesus is a third.

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Starting: @biolau #Periscope feat. @BiolaCMR ’s Chris & Alisa Grace, sharing about relationships/marriage/singleness pic.twitter.com/havoYNLAp5

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Establishing the Reliability of the Old Testament: The Ardent Testimony of the Ancients | Cold Case Christianity

The Testimony of Jesus In Matthew 23:35, Jesus said, “that upon you may fall the guilt of all the righteous bloodshed on earth, from the blood of righteous Abel to the blood of Zechariah, the son of Berechiah, whom you murdered between the temple and the altar.” This statement powerfully reveals the structure of the Old Testament in Jesus’ day. Remember the Hebrew Scripture at this time contained the same material we presently have in our Old Testament, although the books were divided and arranged differently. The ancient Jews placed Genesis at the front of the canon, but placed 2 Chronicles at the end. In this passage from the New Testament, Jesus referred to two murders; the murder of Abel and the Murder of Zechariah. Abel was murdered in the book of Genesis and Zechariah was murdered in the book of 2 Chronicles (in 2 Chronicles 24:20-22). In essence then, Jesus was saying “from the first to the last murder in the Scripture.” In this one statement, Jesus recognized the canon of the Hebrew Old Testament as it existed in His day.

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Zika and Abortion, a Tale of Two Viruses

Another story on NPR told listeners that “Zika might be a watershed moment in how reproductive rights are perceived in [El Salvador]—and the entire region.” It quoted a New York Times op-ed by Erika Guevara Rosas of Amnesty International, which said that “Women and girls cannot access an abortion even if continuing their pregnancy will kill them, or if their fetuses are not viable.”

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The "death of Christianity" in America - Adam4d.com

The “death of Christianity” in America

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Trump says his pro-abortion sister would make ‘phenomenal’ Supreme Court justice

As is the case on many issues, Americans have no idea what Trump believes on abortion. Ponnoru is right to note that it's fine for Trump to praise his sister. But it's concerning to suggest that we allow such a radical person into one of the most powerful positions in the country -- a position that would certainly help keep Roe v. Wade as law of the land.

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This Controversial Form of Love Might Be the Future of Relationships

Polyamory has existed in most cultures, but the term “polyamory” didn’t emerge until the 1990s in San Francisco (natch), where group marriages and open relationships from the free love and queer movements coalesced into the modern polyamory movement. Since then, polyamory has taken on a variety of forms. “If you ask one person what their definition of polyamory is, it will be totally different from somebody else’s,” says Maryland-based sex and kink educator Cassie Fuller .

47 Pastors.com

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Stop Using Israel’s Example to Justify the Barbaric Practice of Drafting Women into Combat

There is a fundamental difference between the Haganah and the IDF. Until November 1947, the Haganah was for local defense. There was a need to defend the place of settlement and the call to defense included everybody who was capable. But an army is a totally different thing. In war, an army’s main task is to destroy the enemy army — not just defend. When we protected the home with rifle in hand, there was no difference between boy and girl. Both could take shelter, and everything he knew — she knew. But in an army and in war, there is a reality of inequality in nature, and impossible to send girls to fighting units. Yet an army also needs non-combat units. And women are needed for appropriate professions to strengthen the nation’s fighting force by releasing men from those tasks for combat.

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Disability Does Not Justify Abortion

Everyone, even those in favor of unrestricted abortion at any stage of pregnancy, grants that the decision to abort is serious. And most people believe that it should be an informed decision. Thus, we would assume that more information about microcephaly would be offered, including how it impacts those living with it and their families. What is noteworthy by its absence in the New York Times article, no people living with microcephaly or their families are interviewed and no case studies are presented. The writer ignores how people with disabilities are responding to such efforts to destroy unborn people like them.

50 Grace to You Radio

With people’s thoughts turning to Valentine’s Day this month, it’s a good time to examine true, biblical love, and how to apply it to all your relationships. John MacArthur helps with that in his study The Greatest of These .

51 The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything
52 Poll: Millennials Pick Socialism Over Capitalism - Breitbart
53 How the Fight Over Transgender Kids Got a Leading Sex Researcher Fired
54 We Need to Stop Saying That There Are 33,000 Protestant Denominations
55 Grace to You
56 Thousands of Jen Hatmaker Fans Bought Her Book for Strangers
57 Free From God
58 Christian Pastor Destroys Gay Pastor | Robert Jeffress vs Neil Cazares-Thomas
59 New Study Shows Church-Going Couples Are Happier
60 It Feels Good to Be a Clinton
61 The Poached Egg on Twitter
62 God's Place in Black History
63 30. Is life really meaningless without God?
64 Philippians 4
65 I Came to Christ at a Church That Loves Refugees
66 Incredible Proof for Why You Should Have Faith in the Bible
67 2/6/16
68 Ted Cruz's Not-So-Secret Weapon: His Wife
69 Andy Bannister on Twitter
70 The Poached Egg on Twitter
71 MaryJo Sharp on Instagram: “An upclose view of the panelists at #ampconference2016! @rtb_official @seanmcdowell @rightonmission #Apologetics #evangelism #mission”
72 MaryJo Sharp on Instagram: “It's Q&A panel time! @seanmcdowell, @rightonmission's Sarah Sumner, and Jeff Vines. #ampconference2016 @rtb_official #Apologetics…”
73 MaryJo Sharp on Instagram: “One of the best parts of the #ampconference2016 is seeing good friends! @comereason's Lenny Esposito and @rzimhq's Abdu Murray.…”
74 MaryJo Sharp on Instagram: “And now, ladies and gentlemen... @seanmcdowell presenting on The Beauty of Intolerance. A fun title for the issue of the changing…”
75 The Porn Pandemic: It's Time to Talk About Porn in the Church
76 The Poached Egg on Twitter
77 Ravi’s Ministry Update, February 2016 | RZIM
78 The Christian Post on Twitter
79 MaryJo Sharp on Instagram: “The next speaker, Sarah Sumner of @rightonmission, discussing moral courage at #ampconference2016! #Apologetics #evangelism #mission…”
80 "New Age Bible Versions" & the "King James Only" Controversy - A Refutation
81 The Poached Egg on Twitter
82 Biola Apologetics on Twitter
83 The Christian Post on Twitter
84 Lincoln’s Providence
85 MaryJo Sharp on Instagram: “First up: @jeffvines on Conversations That Count! #ampconference2016 #Apologetics #reasonstobelieve @rtb_official”
86 MaryJo Sharp on Instagram: “The #ampconference2016 has begun! Introductions from Glenn Gunderson, pastor of Purpose Church. You've still got time to get here!…”
87 The Poached Egg on Twitter
88 What Wheaton, Hawkins, and Others Said at Public Reconciliation Attempt
89 CNN on Twitter
90 According to study, NARAL is right to fear ultrasounds
91 Pop Quiz: How competent are you with English?
92 Biola Apologetics on Twitter
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