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Question Evolution Day 2016

February 12th is Question Evolution Day. Here are some great resources for you to celebrate Question Evolution Day. We'll begin with the entire first and second seasons of Creation Today. Seasons three and four of Creation Today can be viewed at Creation Today's YouTube channel. As a Christian apologist I first learned how to scientifically challenge evolution from the late Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith. Dr. Wilder-Smith was not a hack. He was a scientists scientist and his observations and scientific analysis of Evolutionary theory were devastating (and still are). Below you will find several segments and an entire episode of Fighting for the Faith dedicated to exposing the bankruptcy of Evolutionary Theory. Each of them contains lectures from the late Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith along with other resources that give sound reasons why Christians should never compromise when it comes to human origins. Enjoy! Program #1 - The Bankrupt Theology of Biologos PROGRAM SEGMENTS: • Adam and the Gospel: Is a Historical Adam Necessary? • Ken Hamm and Death The Enemy • 7 Postulates of Evolution by Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith Program #2 - Is Biogenesis Scientific by Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith Program #3 - The Great Debate: Evolution or Creation by Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith

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Abraham Lincoln and Intelligent Design

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On Darwin Day, Darwinism Is Well Past Its "Sell By" Date

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Truthbomb Apologetics: Sunday Praise: "You Are Good" by Tim Timmons

Sunday Praise: "You Are Good" by Tim Timmons

Jimmy Fallon Interviews Peyton Manning...Or Is It?

Kristen Wiig dressing up as someone she knows almost nothing about has become somewhat of a holiday in the world of late night. Remember that time Kristen Wiig visited Jimmy Fallon as Michael Jordan? Or the time she came as Harry Styles. Or, better yet, the time she did an entire interview as Khaleesi? Well, here she is again, hilariously mimicking NFL quarterback, Peyton Manning. So, grab your favorite pre-game meal, french fries and toast, and enjoy.

John Krasinski, Maya Rudolph, and a Bunch of Celebrities Dramatically Read the Lyrics to Bieber’s ‘Sorry’

Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” may be a catchy jam, but let’s be honest with ourselves here, it’s not exactly the most lyrically deep song ever written. Vanity Fair asked a bunch of celebrities—including John Krasinski, Maya Rudolph, John Legend, Jenny Slate, Jon Hamm, Don Cheadle, Bryce Dallas Howard, Judd Apatow and other—to do their best dramatic readings of lyrics like “I hope I don’t run out of time, could someone call the referee.” The results are as weirdly entertaining as you’d expect.

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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.

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Grace to You

God’s power was beautifully demonstrated at the cross. Satan was subdued, death was conquered, and the penalty for our sins was paid. The gospel “is the power of God for salvation to every one who believes” (Rom. 1:16). When we were saved, God made each of us “a new creature” (2 Cor. 5:17). Not only that, but “He who began a good work in [us] will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus” (Phil. 1:6). God’s power saved us and gives us strength to live lives pleasing to Him.

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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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Steve Martin - Atheists Don't Have No Songs (Live on Letterman 03-16-2011) [HD]

Steve Martin - Atheists Don't Have No Songs (Live on Letterman 03-16-2011) [HD]

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The Most Neglected Spiritual Discipline

When we undertake a spiritual discipline—especially the discipline of fasting—it’s easy to start feeling superior. Jesus actually takes this up Himself. In Matthew chapter 6, right after Jesus teaches us how to pray, He hits this issue. To paraphrase verses 16-18: “When you fast, don’t be a jerk about it, because that would totally miss the point.”

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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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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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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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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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Trump Worth $10 Billion Less Than If He’d Simply Invested in Index Funds

While Trump did have a big head start — his father, Fred, was a multimillionaire New York real estate developer — there’s no doubt The Donald has created a fortune of his own. But if he’d stopped working 30 years ago, he could have done much better.

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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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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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What Wheaton, Hawkins, and Others Said at Public Reconciliation Attempt

Ryken said Wheaton's board of trustees will conduct a thorough review with faculty to be better prepared when future issues arise over the school's statement of faith. "We want to learn everything that we can from this situation, to be a better and stronger community with a shared understanding of academic freedom in the context of our Christian convictions."

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Senior U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia found dead at West Texas ranch

Arizona v. United States (Scalia dissent, court ruling on state law against undocumented residents): "We are not talking here about a federal law prohibiting the states from regulating bubble-gum advertising, or even the construction of nuclear plants. We are talking about a federal law going to the core of state sovereignty -- the power to exclude. "The Court opinion's looming specter of inutterable horror -- 'if Sec. 3 of the Arizona statute were valid, ever State could give itself independent authority to prosecute federal registration violations" -- seems to me not so horrible and even less looming. "If securing its territory in this fashion is not within the power of Arizona, we should cease referring to it as a sovereign state." less

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Eric Metaxas on the App Store

Eric Metaxas just got a whole lot more interactive! With the NEW Eric Metaxas App you can connect with Eric like never before. Just download and open your Eric Metaxas app to get a live feed of what’s on-air, and everything else that’s played over the past couple of hours. Listen to your favorite podcasts and interviews form Eric Metaxas. You can tap any item in the feed for details. Then, depending on station programming, you can interact with great features like: Exclusive offers and deals Social posts Promotions and giveaways And more You decide when you want to listen, and when you want to browse by turning the live stream on or off within the app. Get what you want off the radio with the new Eric Metaxas app. Please note: This app features Nielsen’s proprietary measurement software, which may allow you to contribute to market research like Nielsen's TV Ratings. To learn more about Nielsen’s digital measurement products and your choices in regard to them, please visit http://www.nielsen.com/digitalprivacy

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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. 

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Hour 1: Liberals Respond to Antonin Scalia's Death with Hatred, Mockery, Joy - Breitbart

Hour 1: Liberals Respond to Antonin Scalia’s Death with Hatred, Mockery, Joy

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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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We Have Forgotten God | RZIM

Quoting Abraham Lincoln's words, Ravi Zacharias points out that just as was the case in Lincoln's day, America has a problem with arrogance and has forgotten how much God has richly blessed her. Listen to Lincoln's words as he challenges the nation to bow the knee and return to God.

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William Lane Craig explains the faith enterprise in an 8-minute video

Third, Christianity is not about just being passive, having feelings and doing private things like prayer, singing and attending church. Christianity, when done right, involves projecting your beliefs outward. Evangelism, the practice of telling non-Christians the truth about Christianity, is not optional for Christians. Although many other religions dislike Christians for evangelizing, and some even use coercion and force to stop us, it is our responsibility. Many Christians seek to augment their evangelism by learning how to answer objections to Christianity, and how to make a case for the truth of core Christian beliefs. This involves studying philosophy, as well as scientific and historical evidence. And then there are other things to do – like organizing talks with good scholars on university campuses, and funding them through your job. Giving to charities that protect religious liberty and promote the pro-life message, and natural marriage. Those last two are important, because Christians care about children, since they are made by God, in order to know God, and selfish adults must be convinced control themselves.

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9 Things You Should Know About Justice Antonin Scalia (1936–2016)

4. Scalia was the first Italian American to serve on the Supreme Court—a fact that was frequently remarked on during the opening remarks of his confirmation hearings . This lead Senator Howard Heflin (D-Alabama) to jokingly say, “Judge Scalia, I believe that almost every Senator that has an Italian American connection has come forward to welcome you to this or to participate in this hearing thus far. I would be remiss if I did not mention the fact that my great-great-grandfather married a widow who was married first to an Italian American.” Scalia replied, “Senator, I have been to Alabama several times too.”

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Downton Abbey: The Final Season Episodes 5 and 6 - A Christian Perspective

Trust is something that can be lost, and it is hard to gain. A Christian perspective, I would argue, entails a kind of believing the best of others until proven otherwise. After all, isn’t that how we would like to be treated ourselves? Thomas Barrow has given others many reasons to lose their trust in him. Now that he is reaping the rewards of his own incessant sowing of discontent, he has fully come to realize just how hard it is to regain that trust. In his character, so far, we see in a way the state that all of us have been in or will be in–a state in which we must confront the fact that we have sinned, fallen short of expectations, and cannot earn our way back. Baxter has continued to be an example of grace shown to Barrow in his situation, but his own recalcitrance on accepting her grace shows, perhaps, how far he has fallen. The question is: Will he be able to come back?

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The Poached Egg on Twitter

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AMP Conference 2016 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.

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Are You Trusting in a False Hope?

I see echoes of my own agnostic response in the article above. The first step is to realize that it's not about you, and you should start by recognizing and compassionately addressing suffering in other people. Seeing that when others suffer we do as well is the first step towards liberation. The second step might be to realize that there is a difference between pain and suffering. My pain does not inherently necessitate suffering. I can choose to suffer, or I can choose to see what life is offering me, even in the midst of the pain. This is a hard road... One that requires dedication and, ironically, commitment to compassionate living. As it is in compassion that, in the depths of our pain, we can find relief.

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“Transparent” and the Art of Propaganda Squads

On a side note, my reference to Stalin’s use of propaganda in no way should communicate a moral equivalence between the creators of “Transparent” and one of the worst, most violent regimes of the last century. The point is that all revolutions rely on propaganda, and that the Sexual Revolution is following in a long line of other revolutionary ideas. Now, one can trace aspects of the Sexual Revolution back to their Marxist origins (back through Herbert Marcuse’s advocacy of “repressive tolerance,” and to Wilhelm Reich’s application of Marxism to sexuality, etc.), but that is not the point of this post.

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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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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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31. What if I have doubts about God?

Nathan Betts (bit.ly/nathanbetts) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "What if I have doubts about God?" This video is episode 31 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel

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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.

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The Danger of Easy Theism - www.ThePoachedEgg.net/mobile

Not long ago, Oprah Winfrey interviewed distance swimmer, Diana Nyad , and inadvertently started an online firestorm over their comments related to atheism and theism. During the show, Nyad identified herself an atheist and said, “I can stand at the beach’s edge with the most devout Christian, Jew, Buddhist, go on down the line, and weep with the beauty of this universe and be moved by all of humanity. All the billions of people who have lived before us, who have loved and hurt and suffered. So to me, my definition of God is humanity and is the love of humanity.” After hearing this, Oprah responded, “Well, I don’t call you an atheist then. I think if you believe in the awe and the wonder and the mystery, then that is what God is. That is what God is. It’s not a bearded guy in the sky.” Nyad attempted to reaffirm her lack of belief in a Divine Being, but Oprah seemed to miss the point, attempting instead to rope her into some form of theism on the basis of Nyad’s admitted awe of God’s creation. Later in the show, Nyad spoke of her belief in the soul, in spite of her atheistic worldview: “We all have souls and I feel their (humanity’s) collective souls.

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46 Is the Biblical Stance against Homosexuality Necessarily Unloving? - Stand to Reason Blog

Think about biblical truth like 1 Corinthians 6:9-11. Paul says, “Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God. And such were some of you. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God.”

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How Do You Move Beyond Generic Theism to Christian Theism?

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org In February 2015, Dr William Lane Craig visited Rutgers University in New Jersey at the invitation of the campus Christian group Ratio Christi. He gave an evening lecture on the subject “The Existence of God and the Beginning of the Universe” to a packed auditorium of several hundred students. Although some pushback was anticipated, the audience, which was composed of both believers and nonbelievers, proved to be very open, and a wonderful time of interaction for an hour and a half afterwards took place. 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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Patton Speech - George C. Scott - 1970

Be Seated Now, I want you to remember that no bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country. Men, all this stuff you've heard about America not wanting to fight, wanting to stay out of the war, is a lot of horse dung. Americans, traditionally, love to fight. All real Americans love the sting of battle. When you were kids, you all admired the champion marble shooter, the fastest runner, the big league ball players, the toughest boxers. Americans love a winner and will not tolerate a loser. Americans play to win all the time. Now, I wouldn't give a hoot in hell for a man who lost and laughed. That's why Americans have never lost and will never lose a war. Because the very thought of losing is hateful to Americans. Now, an army is a team. It lives, eats, sleeps, fights as a team. This individuality stuff is a bunch of crap. The bilious bastards who wrote that stuff about individuality for the Saturday Evening Post don't know anything more about real battle than they do about fornicating. Now, we have the finest food and equipment, the best spirit, and the best men in the world.

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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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53 The Christian Lover
54 100 Huntley Street: Empty Hands – Personal Story / LEE STROBEL
55 The Best Books to Read for Lent (That You Won’t Find in a Christian Bookstore)
56 A 10-Year ‘Friday Night Lights’ Reunion Is in the Works
57 Darwin's Finches Are Evidence for Evolution? Think Again | The Stream
58 The Poached Egg on Twitter
59 WORLD | In life and death, Scalia changed the Supreme Court | Emily Belz | Feb. 13, 2016
60 What the Church Can Learn From Justice Scalia’s Life
61 Does Your Pastor Love Being a Pastor?
62 Renewing Your Mind | Providence and Evil | February 12, 2016
63 DOUBT: A Splinter In The Mind | by Bobby Conway
64 What Is Christian Marriage? by R.C. Sproul | February 13, 2016
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66 AMP Conference 2016 on Twitter
67 9 Things You Should Know About Justice Antonin Scalia (1936–2016)
68 Kimberly Vaughn on Twitter
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70 Chad on Twitter
71 Tim McGrew lectures on undesigned coincidences in the Bible
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73 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
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77 Cosmologist Luke Barnes answers 11 objections to the fine-tuning argument
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79 Book Review: Programming of Life- Part 2
80 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily
81 Muhammad: The White Prophet with Black Slaves (David Wood)
82 Biola Apologetics on Twitter
83 Two Teens in Arizona Were Killed in (Yet Another) School Shooting
84 Valentine’s Is About Jesus
85 Log In - The New York Times
86 Practical Lutheranism: Luther on the 5th Commandment and Refugees
87 Lawsuit Claims Gospel for Asia Misused Most Donations to 10/40 Window
88 Frequently Abused Verses: Are We Called to Literally Eat Christ’s Flesh and Drink His Blood?
89 Doctrine of God Part 20: God's Love
90 Evangelism Needs to Become More Intellectual | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes
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