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Jordan Peterson — Do the Stitches Hold? | Evolution News

The modern heretic and YouTube sensation seeks to meld clinical and evolutionary psychology with Jung, Nietzsche, and the Bible.

VP Pence Responds to Joy Behar Mocking Christian Faith as 'Mental Illness'

Vice President Mike Pence has responded to an ABC talk show host who likened Christianity to "mental illness," criticizing the network for allowing open mockery of the faith of millions of Americans.

Nikolas Cruz Shooting: Trump Adviser Mark Burns Wants Congress to Federalize Public School Security

As the nation continues to reel in the aftermath of the deadly Valentine's Day school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Pastor Mark Burns of Harvest Praise and Worship Center in Easley, South Carolina who is also a member of President Donald Trump's evangelical advisory council has called on Congress ...

Trump Quotes God's Word in Speech on Parkland Shooting: 'I Will Heal You'

President Donald Trump quoted from a Bible passage on prayer and healing when addressing the nation on the most recent tragic mass shooting at a school in Parkland, Florida.

Raising The Bar As Christian Believers (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #91) | Cold Case Christianity

Our kids can typically learn more, engage more deeply, and understand more than we require. How can we "raise the bar" to better prepare them for the future?

William Lane Craig, Jordan Peterson, and Rebecca Goldstein in Conversation | Apologetics315

Dr Rebecca Newberger Goldstein is an American philosopher, novelist, and public intellectual. Currently, she is Visiting Professor of Philosophy at New College of the Humanities, London, England. She graduated summa cum laude from Barnard College and received her PhD in philosophy from Princeton University. She is the author of ten books, which have received wide attention from such publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The London Times, The Globe and Mail. In 2011, she delivered the Tanner Lectures on Human Values at Yale University, and in 2005 was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. She has won numerous awards, for both her fiction and scholarship, including, in 1995, a MacArthur Fellowship prize, popularly known in the U.S. as the Genius Award. In 2015, she was awarded the National Medal of the Humanities by President Obama in a ceremony at the White House.

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It is my conviction that @BrettKunkle of @Maven is doing some of the most important work in student apologetics today. Learn about him and his new(er) ministry here: 

Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

If indeed Muslims and Christians worship the same God, there would be little need for disagreement, dialogue, and debate between them. If I am satisfied to shop at one grocery store and you are satisfied to shop at another store, why should I try to convince you to shop at my store or vice versa? Do not both stores provide the food we need, even if each sells different brands? The analogy is tidy, but does it really fit? Deeper questions need to be raised if we are to settle the question of whether Christians and Muslims worship the same God. First, what are the essential teachings of Christianity and Islam? Second,what does each religion teach about worshipping its God? Third, what does each religion teach about the other religion? That is, do the core teachings of Islam and Christianity assure their adherents that members of the other religion are fine as they are because both religions “worship the same God”?

6 Misconceptions About the New Testament

Ask any detective or journalist and they will tell you that eyewitness accounts of the same event are never exactly alike. We have an overwhelming amount of redundancy between the four Gospels, more overlap than dissimilarity. When there are differences, they are minor and do not significantly change the basic account. If anything, it would be more suspicious if everyone told exactly the same details, as if they had collaborated beforehand to get their story straight.

Is the Bible literally true?

Christians today are facing more challenges than ever. The Poached Egg exists to equip Christians to meet those challenges and be more confident in their faith and become more effective witnesses for Christ. If you find these articles and posts useful, please consider partnering with me in 2018 to continue this work that God has laid on my heart. As someone once said, the Gospel is free, but someone has to pay for the plumbing. You can become a monthly partner for just as little as $5 a month (that’s only $60 a year), the price of a gourmet cup of coffee. Special one time gifts are welcome and encouraged as well. Will you help?

The Gospels Get It Right When It Counts- and When It Doesn't

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard someone tell me that the Gospels are unreliable. Sadly, they are usually just parroting what they have heard from their popular atheist heroes. In The God Delusion , Richard Dawkins says, “The gospels are not reliable accounts of what happened in the history of the real world. All were written long after the death of Jesus, and also after the epistles of Paul, which mentioned almost none of the alleged facts of Jesus’s life.”

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Do New DNA Discoveries Really Disprove the Bible?

Christians today are facing more challenges than ever. The Poached Egg exists to equip Christians to meet those challenges and be more confident in their faith and become more effective witnesses for Christ. If you find these articles and posts useful, please consider partnering with me in 2018 to continue this work that God has laid on my heart. As someone once said, the Gospel is free, but someone has to pay for the plumbing. You can become a monthly partner for just as little as $5 a month (that’s only $60 a year), the price of a gourmet cup of coffee. Special one time gifts are welcome and encouraged as well. Will you help?

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Advice for Aspiring Authors

3.  Develop your unique voice. When I first started writing, I found myself mimicking the voice of other authors. I tried to write with the authority of J.P. Moreland or the clarity and persuasiveness of Philip Yancey. But this question was lurking in the back of my mind: “How has God wired me to communicate? What experiences has God given me that shapes how I uniquely communicate?” Personally, it felt like my writing “voice” started to emerge in my early 30s and is probably best seen in A New Kind of Apologist as well as the unique contributions I made to the updated Evidence that Demands a Verdict . If you are an aspiring author, prayerfully focus on developing the unique voice God has given you.

The Danger in Our Daily Devotions

In our day, we have an unusual and increasing wealth of information about God and the gospel at our fingertips. The Bible itself is worth a lifetime and more of study, but we’re also swimming in sermons, articles, blogs, and social media. “All this information, all the effortless access to truth about God, freezes over our sense of miracle” (Parnell, 42). Be absolutely amazed that we even know this God and that he loves us as surely and sacrificially as he does.

How Can You Make a Career in Apologetics?

Christians today are facing more challenges than ever. The Poached Egg exists to equip Christians to meet those challenges and be more confident in their faith and become more effective witnesses for Christ. If you find these articles and posts useful, please consider partnering with me in 2018 to continue this work that God has laid on my heart. As someone once said, the Gospel is free, but someone has to pay for the plumbing. You can become a monthly partner for just as little as $5 a month (that’s only $60 a year), the price of a gourmet cup of coffee. Special one time gifts are welcome and encouraged as well. Will you help?

Three Important Questions to Balance in the Wake of Gun Violence | Cold Case Christianity

The Question of Gun Control Some will now argue that all gun ownership should be eliminated; some will argue that guns are not the problem and nothing should change. The truth is that we need a realistic compromise in the middle here. I am a police officer. I own guns; I carry them on-duty and off-duty. But I do think there are some reasonable restrictions that will not violate the spirit of the Second Amendment. Here are some questions we need to start asking: Who would we be willing to disqualify from gun ownership based on prior criminal behavior or documented mental illness? What should be legally required related to the security of gun collections (i.e. safes etc.)? What consequences should we enact for those who allow their guns to fall into the hands of someone other than the owner (i.e. their children or strangers)? What kinds of guns are essential for hunting or self-defense, and what kinds of guns are not? These are difficult and sometimes controversial questions, but the conversation must begin and seek a “middle ground” response.

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As a grateful (not proud, but grateful) gun owner, I call on my fellow gun owners to take the initiative in charting a different and constructive conversation that will preserve the privilege of appropriate gun ownership while putting into place the type of restrictions that can actually make an impact (even if they don’t solve the entire problem) – as tough as they need to be! It may only save a few lives, but if one of those lives happen to be one of your or my loved ones, matters might look a bit different. For example, and disagree with this as you will, I cannot think of a single good reason why a general citizenry should have access to assault weapons used by the military and law enforcement agencies; particularly when those weapons have the capacity to hold substantial ammunition and be equipped with “bump stocks” that effectively make them fully automatic. Are these guns fun? Sure. Do many use them safely and responsibly? Of course. But that is not the point! In light of circumstances as they are NOW in our country – not as they were in colonial days or as

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The New View of Heaven Is Too Small

This revision reflects the broader trend of evangelical scholars and pastors countering a wispy, ethereal view of heaven, separated from our present life. Rather than use “rapture” movies to scare non-Christians into faith so they are delivered from the burning earth, these evangelicals insist that Christian hope is not for the annihilation of the earth, but the restoration of all creation to service of the Lord. Our heavenly hope is that the Lord sets things right, and heaven comes to earth. Our kingdom work now anticipates the new creation to come, in which we reign with King Jesus in the renewed creation.

Were the Early Christians Really Persecuted?

In Cold Case Christianity , I discuss the evidential value of the martyrdoms of the original eyewitnesses to the Resurrection of Jesus. When evaluating the reliability of these witnesses, their potential bias can be assessed on the basis of their willingness to die rather than recant their testimony. Many skeptics, however, doubt these martyrdoms occurred in the first place. The deaths of the Apostles are recorded by a variety of ancient authors; some of these accounts are, admittedly, more thorough and reliable than others. Critics of Christianity have accused early Christians of inventing these apostolic martyrdom stories. In fact, some skeptics have denied the systemic persecution of early Christians altogether in the first two centuries. Candida Moss, professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of Notre Dame, has written a book, ( The Myth of Persecution: How Early Christians Invented a Story of Martyrdom ) challenging the early persecution of Christians (including the Apostles) prior to the 3 rd Century. I think her task is daunting, however, given the

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When someone says, "Prayer without action is nothing," (Btw, I agree Christians should act!), they are basically saying, "Crying out for help to the God who created the heavens, earth and everything therein is useless." Frankly, that seems silly. God has acted. God does act.

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Though we would never have chosen many of the directions in which the Lord has led us, we know that the Lord was writing a story for His glory, and reading those prevailing providences backward sometimes enables us to understand just how He was doing so. 

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Daughters of God, embrace your status as firstborn sons. We are co-heirs together in Christ. Here all are one in him. …

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Are scientists closer to being able to make life? Philosopher of science Stephen Meyer talks with Micheal on Great Minds with Michael Medved.  #mindsiwthmedved

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The Bible applies to our entire life. God is not just interested in changing how we act. Since God’s purpose is to make us perfect reflections of Jesus, he transforms us from the inside out. @DocHarmon …

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Our hearts are heavy with news of the horrific attack in Parkland, Florida, one of the deadliest high school shootings in modern American history. Please join me in praying for all impacted and for peace in our troubled times:  #ParklandStrong

What If My Pastor Avoids Genesis?

Can one layperson in a church really make a difference? Before we can help, we need to understand what might be holding a pastor back. It’s not that most pastors don’t care about their sheep. But there are a number of factors that encourage them to avoid Genesis or teach some old-earth interpretation.

There is no 'Plan B'

Therefore, it is paramount that we have a correct understanding of what Jesus promised and didn’t promise if we are to have confidence in what Jesus is doing to and through us on planet Earth. Jesus promised to be with you through suffering; He didn’t promise that you would avoid it. I tell my classes, “God’s Plan A for your life is to take you through regular periods of suffering and there is no Plan B.” Suffering purifies us and, if we bear it while continuing to honor God, it proves to humans and angels that we really are His disciples

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On the latest episode of Great Minds with Micheal Medved listen in as MIcheal explores the question of what is life exactly with philosopher of science Stephen Meyer.  #mindswithmedved

How Memphis Second Graders Are Connecting Church and Community

When Toronaka Houston walked into the first day of teaching second grade at Lucie Campbell Elementary School in Memphis, Tennessee, she was scared to death. It wasn’t that she was new to teaching. Houston had 12 years of experience under her belt, all of it at a middle-class public school in Memphis. But Lucie Campbell was completely different. It’s a Title 1 school, which means it has high numbers of children from low-income families. (In fact, 95 percent of its students are eligible for free or reduced lunch.) In 2015, only a quarter of them tested proficient in math and reading/language arts. As one of the lowest-performing 5 percent of schools, it had to either improve or be taken over by the state. Houston’s principal, Jaron Carson, had a vision for the lower-performing, inner-city schools. He landed a job at Lucie Campbell and asked her to come along. After a lot of hesitation, she agreed. “I want to be a helper,” she said. The school she stepped into was nothing like the one she left. In the 2012–2013 school year, there were eight serious incidents related to student discipline (this category includes things like possession of weapons or aggravated assault).

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We are living in a day where people are pessimistic about the future but against this pessimistic and fearful backdrop, Jesus Christ offers real hope. Christianity offers a full life to those who accept Jesus! Read more:

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Chance the Rapper: 'I Love Jesus. And I'm Super Cool With Saying That'

Gayle King asked him about his music and how he would describe it, saying: “They’ve described your music as hip-hop, soul, R&B, with a little bit of gospel. Most people don’t put hip-hop and gospel music together.”

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John Piper: “Christian preaching is a miracle in the preacher that aims to be a miracle in the people. Through the preached word, the Holy Spirit gives spiritual sight and spiritual savoring.” …

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The Lord is always working all things together for the good of those who love Him and are called according to His purposes (Rom. 8:28)—and on this side of eternity, we sometimes see exactly how these providences have been used for our good. 

Not an Act of God: Ministries Respond to Surge in Mass Shootings

Of the 26 shootings that BGEA chaplains have responded to in the US, more than half have taken place since 2014—including the 5 so far this year. Gun violence now makes up about a tenth of the incidents the rapid response team has addressed in America over its history.

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Did Jesus commend faith that is blind?

Enough with ‘I Am Enough’

This has bothering me for a while. I often have a well-intentioned person or a motivational meme trying to tell me “I am enough.” While this idea sounds comforting, each time I hear it I must again wrestle down the lie. I want to believe that I am enough; I really do. And I appreciate the attempt to correct a culture that overvalues performance, perfection, and photoshopped beauty. When people say, “You are enough,” they are trying to help me and other struggling women to walk in freedom and joy. But the statement doesn’t work. In fact, it fails on two fronts. It does justice neither to the incredible beauty and potential in me because of Christ, nor to the scary caverns of envy and anger I harbor because of sin. “I am enough” can’t capture the simultaneous realities that I was created to be perfect, that I am deeply flawed because of sin, and that I’m a cherished daughter of the God of the universe because of Christ’s work. Not Enough in Myself We were made to be beautiful, flawless crowns of creation. As masterpieces of the Master Artist, whose creative play yielded sweeping galaxies and microscopic diatoms, all humanity is meant for much higher things than “enough.

Digital Doxology (3): Technology Reveals God | HeadHeartHand Blog

It’s because both reveal God in ways that lead us to admire his attributes. Here, for example, are six attributes of God that are revealed in technology,  providing lyrics of praise to God.

Do I have to join a church to be be a Christian? — Southern Equip

Granted, the grounds of a sinner’s salvation in Scripture are clear: Grace alone, faith alone, Christ alone. True, the Bible never adds “church membership” as a condition of salvation. Note the qualifier “intentionally” in my thesis—it is the key pillar in my argument. I am here assuming the individual making this query is intentionally seeking to avoid church membership and church attendance while claiming to be a follower of Christ. And yes, I realize there are many situations that keep true believers out of church for periods of time, so that’s not the person I have in mind. My argument applies only to those who claim to be Christians and intentionally reject participation in any local church.

‘Black Panther’ Is the Most Purposeful Superhero Movie Ever

In that way, the movie is greater than the Marvel standard. It’s important. It starts conversations about topics most people leave outside the theater. Not just power, but also inequality, abuse of privilege and hypocrisy. The film challenges the conceit of Wakanda as an affluent city on a hill, and when you see it surrounded by a world in preventable peril, it feels uncomfortable. That tension loads the inevitable confrontation between Black Panther and Killmonger with meaning.

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Isn’t Veganism Closer to God’s Original Design?

“Dear Pastor John, several of my friends are either vegans or vegetarians. While they are mostly non-Christians, they occasionally challenge me theologically for eating meat. I see in Scripture that God provided quail for the Israelites in the wilderness. He demanded animal sacrifices. Jesus, after the resurrection, ate broiled fish. Peter was given a vision of animals that were clean to eat. But before the fall, my friends point out, God gave man only seed-yielding plants and the fruit from trees for food. In eternity, instead of killing animals, the lion shall eat straw like the ox and no further blood will be shed. Yet, the more I think about this, I’m unconvinced that eating meat is sinful. But isn’t veganism closer to God’s original, pre-fall and even post-fall dietary design for us?”

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Mike Pence on Why He Ignored Kim Jong Un's Sister: Leads Propaganda for 'Evil We Have Witnessed Rarely'

(Photo: REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon) U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, President of South Korea Moon Jae-in, his wife Kim Jung-Sook, President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of North Korea Kim Young Nam, Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe watch during the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea on Feb. 9, 2018.

Chris Rock Is ‘Talking From Hell’ on His New Netflix Special

Audiences want their laughs with a sense of responsibility now. That’s why Stephen Colbert has been dominating Jimmy Fallon on late-night TV, and it’s why Rock’s new hour sits atop the pack of Netflix specials. This isn’t the first standup special with a purpose beyond jokes, but it’s the first of its crop to root that purpose in the comedian. Not only was it prime to see Rock deliver his typical teardowns of modern social issues, but it was prime for him to tear himself down, too. Only Chris Rock could have written and performed

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“Fret not yourself because of evildoers; be not envious of wrongdoers! For they will soon fade like the grass and wither like the green herb.” Psalm 37:1-2. Freedom from fretting comes from how you see the future. They fade. You flourish.

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