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Are Christians Hypocrites? My Response!

The claim that Christians are hypocrites is one of the most difficult to address. Sean briefly responds to this challenge to both Christians and skeptics.

Junk DNA: Is Preventing Breast Cancer a Function?

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

On the Origin of Chins

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

Senate majority must confirm an originalist to succeed Scalia

Discussions about the political consequence of Antonin Scalia’s death have already begun in earnest. That may be unseemly to some, but it is inevitable in this high political season. In the v…

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

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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. Is it permissible? Is it wise? Is it legalistic to say no? What follows is a lightly edited transcript from John Piper on why he is committed to abstaining from movies and shows he knows contain nudity. We’ve cast them in terms of seven questions to consider.

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Grace to You

God’s power also gives us spiritual victory. Paul instructs us to “be strong in the Lord, and in the strength of His might” (Eph. 6:10). When the adversary comes and you’re on guard, you don’t fight him; you go tell the commander, and he leads the battle. God will bring about the victory because “greater is He who is in [us] than he who is in the world” (1 John 4:4). Satan may be powerful, but he’s no match for God.

Grace to You

The completion of God's work in you will come at a future point in time that Paul calls "the day of Christ Jesus" (Phil. 1:6). Scripture also speaks of "the day of the Lord," which is the time of God's judgment on unbelievers, but "the day of Christ Jesus" refers to when believers will be fully glorified then rewarded for their faithful service (cf. 1 Cor. 3:10-15). All your earthly cares will be gone and God's promise to keep you from stumbling and make you stand in His presence blameless with great joy will be fully realized (Jude 24).

Grace to You

First, we must take our eyes off ourselves and look to God—through study of the Word, time in prayer, and sincerely desiring to be close to Him. Second, we must starve our flesh by removing the things on which it feeds. This means removing those things that promote pride. Third, and most important, we must simply ask for it. God alone can help us keep our lives in balanced perspective, and He will respond when we seek humility with all our hearts. David prayed, “Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me” (Ps. 51:10). He desired to be steadfastly humble, and knew only God could grant such a request. The Father stands ready to answer this prayer long before we even utter it—humility is that important.

Do Christian Parents Flirt with the Idol of Safety?

The tough pill for parents to swallow remains that, just as God’s love for our kids comes with no strings attached, his lordship over their lives comes without conditions too. That the Father offered his Son as a ransom for our children and us means they belong to him, not us. The full benefits of salvation come with the full commitment of discipleship.

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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9 Does Your Pastor Love Being a Pastor?

If you look around and there doesn’t seem to be a lot of payoff here, lift up your eyes. And if you have been taught by some psychologist or ethicist that you shouldn’t live for reward, close their book and read the Bible. This is a glorious promise to faithful pastors in hard situations. It is meant to motivate you in the ministry. It is meant to produce perseverance. It is meant to produce eagerness. It is meant to produce willingness. It is meant to produce on the ground, in the trenches, exemplary life.

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.”

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.

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.

The Best Books to Read for Lent (That You Won’t Find in a Christian Bookstore)

Gregory Wolfe of Image journal calls Hawthorne America’s “first great Christian writer.” And indeed, in this early collection of short stories we encounter an 18th-century writer who seeks, in Wolfe’s words, to “locate [the power of evil] in the human heart, in opposition to an age that wanted either to deny evil or locate it within human institutions.” That sounds appropriate for our own age as well, especially in an election year; and it’s also appropriately Lenten. Take, for instance, the Reverend Hooper in “The Minister’s Black Veil,” who unnerves his congregation by wearing a dark veil over his face, without explanation, till the day he dies. Like the veil—like the gray cross on some of our foreheads on Ash Wednesday—Lent both proclaims the sinfulness of our hearts and forces us to reckon with it before God, alone.

Don’t Be Embarrassed by Your Ordinary Church

Let’s think together about church, and in particular the church where you are a member. If it is like most churches today it is not very large (probably less than 200 people). You may be tempted to think that your church in its modest size is rather insignificant. When I talk to people about their churches I almost sense a little embarrassment about the size and perceived scope of their church. Apologetic words like small and ordinary come out. I would argue that these words are not bad at all—and perhaps even quite accurate—but it is the sentiment behind them that is concerning, especially in light of what the church is and does.

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.

DOUBT: A Splinter In The Mind | by Bobby Conway

Horrifying so, doubt is no stranger to our time. And capturing the zeitgeist of our changing times is quite the project. We live in a multi-textured culture that is replete with innumerable beliefs, opinions, ideas, and life philosophies. Ours is a culture of doubt and longing, faith and questioning, searching and probing. And much of the doubt has been accelerated by fast-paced change. Our culture is living between the tension of what we once were and what we are now becoming. And for many, waiting in the blank space between the definition of what we were and the search to define what we are becoming feels for the moment confusing, and even a bit uncomfortable.

Cosmologist Luke Barnes answers 11 objections to the fine-tuning argument

There is a very good explanation of some of the cases of fine-tuning that I talk about most on this blog – the force of gravity, the strong force, etc. as well as many other examples. Dr. Barnes is an expert, but he is also very very easy to listen to even when talking about difficult issues. Luke M. is very likeable as the interviewer.

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Preaching to a Persecuted People: The Pastor as Leader, Comforter, and Guide

Pastors, this is our aim. For ourselves and for our people. This is the work of a lifetime. This is a humanly impossible work. It is a glorious work. In the midst of suffering to lead your flock into this joy . . . “not under compulsion, but willingly; not for shameful gain, but eagerly; not domineering over those in your charge, but being examples to the flock” (1 Peter 5:2–3). In the new America that is less hospitable to our faith, a stage is being set as never before in our land for the display of the glory of God through the joy of his grieving people.

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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.

Triablogue: Art of the puerile

While there are notable exceptions on both sides, my impression is in general the tendency is for conservatives to focus on the issues in debates and arguments, whereas in general the tendency is for liberals to focus on individuals in debates and arguments. Generally speaking, conservatives tend to focus on debating the pros/cons or merits/demerits of an issue, whereas liberals tend to focus on the morality/immorality of an individual. For example, if someone disagrees with tax hikes, then they hate the poor. If someone disagrees with abortion, then they hate women. If someone disagrees with Pres. Obama, then they hate African-Americans. If someone disagrees with illegal immigration and amnesty, then they hate Hispanics. If someone disagrees with same-sex marriage, then they hate homosexuals. At its most crass, it's nothing short of bullying. Name-calling, insults, shaming. Yet, ironically, this is not only exactly what Trump the supposed bona fide conservative engages in, but this is the address where Trump lives and thrives. Simply witness his performance in the latest GOP debate in South Carolina.

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

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

25 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.”

Reason doesn´t exist in atheism.

The New Atheists claim to be "Beacons of Reason" or "The Reasonable Ones" but there's an irony to this. Check this 2-minute video to find out. FREE DOWNLOAD: (Stealing From God Chapter 1)

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Fight for Joy on Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day is hard for many single people. The cynical humor of the typical Christian single offers little more than a thin veneer over the pain and worry lurking within his heart. Cultural pressures to find his worth, identity, and security in a romantic relationship only exacerbate the inner struggle. And those pressures are often amplified in conservative Christian communities, as singles become collateral damage in the battle to defend marriage and the family. To many married believers, the singles in their midst are pitiable at best, dangerous at worst. But in the face of all these worries and pressures, Christian singles can lay hold of some glorious biblical truths to propel them in their fight for joy this Valentine's Day—and every day thereafter.

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.

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.

“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.

A Giant has Fallen — The Death of Justice Antonin Scalia and the Future of Constitutional Government |

“The American people have been converted to belief in The Living Constitution, a ‘morphing” document that means, from age to age, what is ought to mean. And with that conversion has inevitably come the new phenomenon of electing and confirming federal judges, at all levels, on the basis of their views concerning a whole series of proposals for constitutional evolution. If the courts are free to write the Constitution anew, they will, by God, write it the way the majority wants; the appointment and confirmation process will see to that. This, of course, is the end of the Bill of Rights, whose meaning will be committed to the very body it was meant to protect against: the majority. By trying to make the Constitution do everything that needs to be done from age to age, we shall have caused it to do nothing at all.”

Tim McGrew lectures on undesigned coincidences in the Bible

Undesigned coincidences in the Gospels … is an argument that was well-known in the nineteenth century but has, for no really clear reason, simply been forgotten as time has gone on. It is a cumulative case argument that the Gospels reflect, to an important extent, independent knowledge of actual events. Please note that this argument is quite independent of one’s preferred answer to the synoptic question. That is to say, even if, e.g., Mark was the first Gospel and others had access to Mark and show signs of literary dependence on Mark, the argument from undesigned coincidences provides evidence for independent knowledge of real events among the Gospel writers. There are many more of such coincidences beyond those given in the talk.

35 Creation, Evolution, and the Passing of a Judicial Giant

We note the passing today of US Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia. As America’s judicial watchers assess his full legacy, we note there were strong hints that he denied the evolution worldview. Last year, speaking at his granddaughter’s high school graduation, Scalia declared : “Humanity has been around for at least some 5,000 years or so, and I doubt that the basic challenges as confronted are any worse now, or alas even much different, from what they ever were.” Biblical creationists argue for 6,000 years as the age of the earth and humankind; evolutionists contend that humans evolved from an ape-like ancestor millions of years ago.

Schumer says Rubio 'molded' pathway to citizenship bill, predicts Senate takeover -

Schumer, the next Senate Democratic leader, painstakingly hashed out the immigration deal with Rubio and has previously avoided lashing out at the Florida Republican publicly. But as the presidential race heats up, Schumer is unloading the new line of criticism, saying Rubio was the main architect of the provision to provide a pathway to citizenship for the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants, something bound to give ammunition to his primary foes who call the measure "amnesty."

32. "If God appeared to me, I'd believe in him!"

Dr. Andy Bannister ( ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the objection "If God appeared to me, I'd believe in him!" This video is episode 32 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 free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": More about RZIM Canada:

Week in Review - 1/7 - The Eric Metaxas Show

Last weekend I was in Boca Raton catching rays at the pool (speaking at an event for Eastern Nazarene College)  and  hanging out with music legend Phil Keaggy, whom I  must  have on the radio show soon! But now I’m in NYC and the temperature is about 18 degrees. In between, it’s been a busy week. Yesterday I was interviewed by the  National Geographic  for a documentary about “The Pope and Hitler” and most nights this week I was at a conference on spiritual warfare hosted by Ken Fish (see radio details below), except for the evening when my producer Chris Himes and I had dinner with an Angel Tree donor. And of course every afternoon I was in the Empire State Building doing a radio show! By the way, thank you for listening, and please share  these podcasts  with your friends.

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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?

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.

Valentine's Day

The origins of the modern Valentine’s Day are mostly legend. Legend has it St. Valentine was a priest who died defending marriage under a Roman emperor opposed to the practice. Legend has it the date was set to parallel the beginning of bird mating season. The clearest connection between St. Valentine and the celebration of romantic love surfaces in the Medieval work of Geoffrey Chaucer. In his Pariliament of Foules, Chaucer drafts his own legend: “For this was sent on Seynt Valentyne’s day / When every foul cometh ther to choose his mate.”

Matthew 22:37, English Standard Version (ESV)

“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.

Precision with God’s Words, Love for God’s Glory

What marks a person as true, and not false, is his devotion to the glory of God. Jesus is so submitted to the glory of his Father that he is willing to lose his life for it (John 12:27–28). He is so little devoted to his own earthly comfort and security and fame, and so fully devoted to his Father’s glory that his teaching shines with a kind of wonder unlike anything merely human.

The Prophetic Warnings of Justice Antonin Scalia | The Stream

America suffered a great loss this past Saturday with the sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. But, to apply words from the eleventh chapter of the Book of Hebrews, Justice Scalia “being dead still speaks.” Some of his dissenting opinions were not just scathingly surgical (while criticized by some as “ intemperate ” and worse), they were prophetic.

WORLD | In life and death, Scalia changed the Supreme Court | Emily Belz | Feb. 13, 2016

For this court term alone, Scalia’s death will have massive implications for the outcome of cases concerning religious liberty and abortion. And it comes in the midst of an already volcanic presidential campaign. Saturday night, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., announced in a statement that the spot should remain vacant until the next president is elected, ending speculation that the Republican Senate might approve a nominee from President Barack Obama.  

Christ Crucified, Our Boast

See with what large letters I am writing to you with my own hand. Those who desire to make a good showing in the flesh try to compel you to be circumcised, simply so that they will not be persecuted for the cross of Christ. For those who are circumcised do not even keep the Law themselves, but they desire to have you circumcised so that they may boast in your flesh. But may it never be that I would boast, except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, through which the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world. For neither is circumcision anything, nor uncircumcision, but a new creation. And those who will walk by this rule, peace and mercy be upon them, and upon the Israel of God. From now on let no one cause trouble for me, for I bear on my body the brand-marks of Jesus. The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit, brethren. Amen.

50 An Excellent Wife

A sinfully loud wife can push her husband to the “corner of the housetop” (Prov. 21:9) or be “like rottenness in his bones” (Prov. 12:4). For example, one woman sadly told me her sin of constant disrespect caused a part of her husband to die, and she made him afraid to lead her. He even avoids talking to her because she just argues, and he doesn’t trust that she loves him anymore. She thought if she took control that he would respect her, but instead she is “doing him harm.” On this point, John Calvin said in his Commentaries on the Catholic Epistles, “For we know how outrageous a being is an imperious and a self-willed woman. And further, nothing is more fitted to correct the vanity of which Peter speaks than a placid quietness of spirit.”

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