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What Russell Brand Says About Porn Is Shocking—and Makes 100% Perfect Sense

Russell Brand is about to say something about porn and 50 Shades that every Christian can totally agree with—and it’s kinda amazing.

Ex-Lesbian and Popular Spoken Word Artist Jackie Hill-Perry Tells How God Turned Her Life Around

Jackie Hill-Perry, a spoken word and hip-hop artist whose talents and unique testimony have garnered her popularity and praise, recently shared her story of leaving the gay lifestyle with televangelist Pat Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network.

After Losing Her Mother to Cancer This 8-Year-Old Girl Sings A Beautiful Song in Her Memory

8 year old Rhema Marvanne sadly lost her mother to cancer at a young age. But, she never forgets how much God loves and protects her through such a tragic time. She is blessed with not only a beautiful singing voice but a powerful faith.

12-Y-O Boy Turns Conservative Hero After Defending Giuliani, Proclaiming Obama Has 'Downright Hatred' for America

He's not yet old enough to cast a vote or drive a car, but 12-year-old Georgia native and middle school student CJ Pearson has become a conservative darling after passionately defending former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani's claim that he doesn't believe President Barack Obama loves America in a YouTube video that has amassed more than 1 million views since Saturday.

This Grandmother Gets the Surprise of a Lifetime From Her Granddaughter in the Hospital

It is graduation day for Taylor, and one of the most important people in her lives was unable to make it because of her health. Taylor's grandma Sharon had been stuck in the hospital after a bone marrow transplant and brain surgery. So Taylor decides to do something she was never expecting!

Truthbomb Apologetics: Video: How Did the Bible Become Compiled into One Volume? by Mike Licona

Welcome! It's been wisely stated that the way one answers the question, "Is there a God?" defines a life. Here at Truthbomb Apologetics we strive to offer apologetics resources to encourage and challenge both believer and unbeliever. Critical thinking is strongly encouraged, reason is a must, and all are welcomed!

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The Downtrodden Jerry Gergich Is the True Hero of 'Parks and Recreation'

And then a funny thing happened. As Parks began making nice with the character it had loved to tease, the show’s designated loser became, in a roundabout way, its moral compass. Mocking Jerry ceased to be funny, first to audiences and then to Pawneeans; learning to appreciate Jerry for all that he is became the mark of character growth. In one episode late in the series, Tom realizes, to his regret, that he missed years’ worth of kind emails from Jerry (he’d previously blocked his colleague's notes for being too boring). In another, Ann punishes Tom, April, and Andy for their participation in the Jerry Dinner by not allowing them to attend a party she's having. (Donna, having backed out of the dinner, gets an invite.) At one point, Ben stands up for Jerry (literally: he gets up on a chair, Norma Rae -meets- Dead Poets’ Society -style), declaring , passionately if extremely awkwardly, “Larry is my friend!”

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Addressing the Emotional Problem of Evil: Why Christians Hope - Christian Research Institute

While there is no quick-and-easy multiple-step resolution to addressing the emotional problem of evil, we can take steps to handle the tough questions of life now, instead of waiting for a crisis (ours or others) to question what we believe and why we believe. It may seem odd to suggest that one studies apologetics as a means of preparing to work through pain, but that is exactly what I suggest. Though we can never really be one hundred percent ready for the emotional impact suffering brings into our lives, at least we can become familiar with, and perhaps even find a conclusion to, the argument from evil before a devastating blow strikes our lives. We can find and interact with the answers to “Is God good?” and “Why do bad things happen to good people?” In finding answers, we can also find deeper trust in God, which in turn can affect our emotional responses to evil. As Neil stated at his daughter’s memorial service, “Our apologetics verifies our theology. Our theology directs our hope and our hope guides our emotions.”

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669. Can We Earn Our Own Salvation?

Bobby looks at whether or not our salvation can be earned.

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Eric Metaxas on Twitter

Are you ready? THE ERIC METAXAS SHOW is launching on the Salem Radio Network April 20th! Now you know.Tell others! pic.twitter.com/xTEaKuUId6

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The Briefing 02-25-15

1) ISIS recruits young ‘cubs’ in effort to create multi-generational jihad

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Ligonier.org

What makes the New Covenant different from the other covenants? How does that term “new” apply to the New Covenant? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us about the relationship the New Covenant has to all the others that have preceded it, and when it began.

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Duplicating a Power Plant Is No Easy Task

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution, including breaking news about scientific research.

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God, Evil, and the Rules of Logic | Reasonable Faith

As a mental exercise I like to ask myself questions about my faith that I feel may one day be asked by an atheist or agnostic. I sometimes run down a rabbit trail of thought that I myself cannot come up with a satisfactory answer. Today, I bring you one of those rabbit trails. In your discussions on the problem of evil you often argue that a world of beings with free-will that choose to follow God and negate all suffering may not be "feasible" for God to create. Although, it does seem logically impossible to create a being that is free but only chooses the correct path, it occurs to me that God himself created logic. Why should he be subject to the rules of logic? Can God not do anything? As far as I understand God created all things that exist. He is the ultimate entity. Thus, can he not create a free being that follows him no matter what? Sure, to my human understanding that is impossible. But with God all things are possible. Could he not have created a world where freedom of choice and ultimate happiness co-exist?

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The Case for Grace (Review of a Book by Lee Strobel)

My own life has been changed by grace. Secular people would be quick to point out that much of my “goodness” is not my own. I am “good” because I am doing my duty: God wishes me to do it. Sometimes I am good out of fear of Hell fire. None of that is to my credit and anyone who does not need any of this to be good is better than I am. And yet I am confident my neighbors are glad for the restraint I show. My children are glad for the mastery of anger. Slowly over the years, much of this assumed morality has become my own. God gave me the grace to obey Him and after a few years, I actually  liked being kinder and gentler.

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Adopted for life, ten years later: What I’ve learned since

That joyful hardship is exactly like its gospel equivalent in the Spirit of adopting grace. Sometimes we, as a church, don’t recognize how alien a new family seems. People in our midst come to know Christ; they learn to cry out “Abba,” but there’s still a long, hard adjustment to make. Sometimes they wonder if they’re welcome because they don’t know how to find Haggai in their Bibles, or because they don’t have any Vacation Bible School memories, or because they still crave cocaine. If the church is the household of God, we don’t see these struggling, anxious new believers as our guests or our ministry projects. They’re our brothers and sisters. It’s no burden to walk alongside them, steadying the cross on their backs. It’s just what you do, when you’re family.

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The Christian Post on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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Free Twitter Management Dashboard | Twitter Marketing Tool | Commun.it

“Kiva uses Commun.it to measure its impact and engagement on Twitter. But the service goes far beyond that. It gives us all the tools we need to listen to our most influential fans and followers..”

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NASA TV

The High Definition Earth Viewing (HDEV) experiment aboard the ISS was activated April 30, 2014. It is mounted on the External Payload Facility of the European Space Agency’s Columbus module. This experiment includes several commercial HD video cameras aimed at the earth which are enclosed in a pressurized and temperature controlled housing. Video from these cameras is streamed 24/7, though there isn't always a discernable picture. Some quick notes:

14 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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Open Roof Hospitality

None of these questions is answered in the text. And by no means is hospitality the main point of the passage. Yet their faithfulness to open up their home made me stop and ponder this question:  Do I have an “open roof policy” in my home?  Am I willing for my home to be filled, refashioned, and torn asunder so that people can meet with Jesus? Am I willing for carpet to be stained so that the laughter of children can be the music of my home? Am I willing to put aside my concern of impressing others so that I can focus on house-altering hospitality that points others to Jesus?

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Frank Turek on Twitter

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The Giving Church

“I would say, ‘Can I share with you our journey and our story and how exciting it is?’” he says. “Because I think in every believer, when we sign up to follow Jesus, the idea of salvation and forgiveness of sins is so great. But … that flame kind of flickers out, and I think that happens in a lot of churches. I love going in and just kind of lighting a little fire under them and giving them some simple stuff that they can potentially try or do. I’ve yet to see a church or group of leaders that hasn’t been willing to try something in their community."

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Christian Persecution Has Never Been Worse

Jesus told his followers to pray for unbelievers, Mohammad told his to behead them There is a big difference! Muslims have been gaining in numbers and territory by torturing and killing unbelievers since the 7th century until the Ottoman empire was broken up after WWI in 1924. They enslaved and raped captive women and children during their rein of terror. They tried to invade Europe many times but were pushed back by Christians and the Crusades. Unless we know history we are fooled into believing terrorism is something new to Islam because of the "terrible things the United States is doing" or because " Israel was made into a nation after WWII". The truth is terrorist are following the teachings of the Quran just like they always have. Moderate Muslims are just the ones that don't take the violent veses in the Quran, Hadith and Sharia law literally, the radical Muslims do. Islam seeks the establishment of Sharia law that calls for the submission and or death of unbelievers. Our constitution guarantees freedom of religion. Sharia law is, of its own nature, unconstitutional and can not be permitted in order to protect the very freedom of religion it seeks to destroy.

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Catalyst on Twitter

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The Purpose of Pornography

P ornography degrades women (those cocksure feminists who claim otherwise have fallen for the biggest male confidence trick of all time). It alters the neural pathways of the brain and literally changes the way its consumers think. It hinders men from developing mature emotional relationships with women. It reinforces and supercharges the notion that sex is a commodity over which the consumer has complete control. Further, if an article by Cosmo Landesman in this week’s Spectator is to be believed, it is impacting the middle-aged as badly as it is affecting the younger generation.

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There is No 'They' in the Kingdom of God

Plus, when we know that they have also adopted an identity that includes us, we like them more. We love it when other people include us in their group because it implicitly tells us that they want to associate with us. This simple act prevents inaccurate metaperceptions from forming or continuing. When we no longer think of ourselves as us versus them, we are no longer convinced that they don’t like us and don’t want to interact with us.

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Opinion: Time for mature conversation about the end of life

Choice now trumps life as Canada’s political preference of, well, choice. For the first 149 years of our existence, life had dignity and deserved the fullest protection of the law. By this time next year, Parliament must codify the principle that the choice to take one’s life is a greater good than life itself.

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Advice to Young Pastors from Conrad Mbewe, Ligon Duncan, and Ken Jones

I would urge pastors to study one vital area (other than the Scriptures and sound doctrine). That would be church history, with emphasis on Christian biography. I find that this practice answers a number of needs. First, as a pastor you learn from others who have gone before you on how to maintain personal godliness and domestic competence in the heat of a growing and demanding ministry. Second, you learn from others how to remain faithful to your calling in the long haul, despite the weariness of the fight of faith you must maintain. Third, reading biographies gives you a wider perspective of what you’re called to do. This could relate to the current stage in the spread of the gospel and thus help you put emphasis in the right place. The wider perspective can also make you consider your own mortality. Most biographies are on men and women who have gone to their reward and have left us their legacy. It begs the question: What kind of legacy do I wish to leave behind?

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Christian Rapper KB Talks New Album, Overcoming Temptation and Bizarre Questions About Lecrae and the Illuminati

"I just had a conversation this morning with someone about Lecrae and he was asking questions like, 'Is he in the Illuminati?'" KB said laughing."I've had long debates and conversations with people to try and help them understand. But what I say now is, the man loves Jesus and you might not agree with [him] but the dude loves the Lord, and I have been greatly impacted with just the character aspect when I look at his life."

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CROSS 2015

Is Satan winning? Between the growing hostility to Christianity in America and the troubling reality of unbelief among thousands of unreached people groups abroad, it’s easy to feel as if the gospel is losing ground to the powers of sin and hell. And yet Jesus, in Matthew 28:18, said, “all authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.” For that reason, God’s people, despite discouraging circumstances and the very real prospect of suffering, have the greatest reason for confidence and even joy. We serve an omnipotent God whose gospel kingdom is indomitable.

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How Legal Pot Will Be Welcomed by the Last Frontier

In sketching out Alaska's history with marijuana for The Atlantic back in December, Josh Kramer noted that the passage of Ballot Measure 2—the marijuana initiative—actually does little to change the status of the substance in a state where possessing small amounts of marijuana has technically been legal since 1975. However, as part of the national legalization riptide, the emergence of a first Republican-leaning state seems a noteworthy development.

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How To Pray Even When You Don't Feel Like it

I was recently going through a period of having been mad at God, and I wasn't sure how to reconcile some things in my mind - I just knew I needed to talk to Him again, even if I didn't know really feel up to it. Amazingly, I had to do nothing more than open myself up to just being there, being present, and it was like a wave of the Spirit responded to my silent cries. Now, I realize this is no magical formula, but for me, at that moment, it was as if He'd been just waiting on me to come back home. Once I did, the walls came down. Life isn't perfect now, but it was a wonderful first step.

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Gospel-Centered Ministry Is Not Just for English Speakers

The Gospel Coalition is deeply committed to expounding the gospel of Jesus Christ and him crucified. We do not think of the gospel as a little thing in the Bible, but the very center of the Word of God; we do not think of the gospel as that which tips us into the kingdom, to be followed by a lot of discipleship courses with no connection with the gospel, but as the power of God unto salvation. We do not think of the gospel as an optional extra for nice Christians, but as that which brings glory to God in Christ and in Christ’s blood-bought church. This gospel is not for Anglos only. How can it be, when it is the only message by which men and women everywhere must be saved? The Spanish-speaking world needs this gospel every bit as much as the English-speaking world; all of us stand in need of the grace of God. For TGC to restrict its mission to English-speakers only would be unbearably selfish. Like Paul, we see ourselves as debtors to others. A Spanish-language conference is merely one step we want to take to encourage Spanish-language brothers and sisters in Christ with the same responsibility to promote the gospel that all of us have.

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The Problem with Quiet Times

The problem with quiet times as I knew them was that they made no room for my ordinary life as a parent. They made no room for my children. (There are other potential problems with quiet times too—for the person who doesn’t have the same personality I have they can seem oppressive and impossible, for the person who is inclined toward individualism and independence and prefers time alone to time with other people they can be an excuse not to love and serve others, for the person inclined to see God’s work as only personal and not global, they can lull us into keeping God in a small box. But I’m not going to get into those problems in this post.) In denying my ordinary life as a parent, I was denying God’s desire and willingness to enter into that very ordinary life. I didn’t need special times of journaling and prayer and Scripture reading that were set apart from the messiness of three small children. Rather, I needed God to be with me in that mess.

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“Be All Things to All People": Surmounting Cultural Barriers in Presenting the Gospel to Muslims - Christian Research Institute

While much of Western culture does spring from Christian roots, these roots are often hidden or long dug up, and so we cannot hold too tightly to the “way we do things here” if they are not specifically mandated by Scripture. We must help our Muslim friends see the distinction between Western culture and Christianity so that they can begin to hear that the gospel is for people like them. If Muslim people see drunkenness or sexual immorality in the West (it happens in the East, too, but it is generally more hidden), and they see Christians drinking alcohol or wearing beach clothing, it is not so surprising that they assume that Christians are drunken and immoral, too. We do need to show how Christianity ≠ Western and our behavior may need to change.

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WORLD | Rebuilding Owosso | March 7, 2015

That same year, though, Pennington’s mother suffered a catastrophic stroke. (She died in 2012.) Pennington returned to Owosso and fell in love with it. He appreciated the city’s natural attributes—a location on the Shiawassee River amid Central Michigan’s rolling farmland—but he loved the history: Owosso was the hometown of America’s highest-paid author a century ago (James Curwood), our greatest impressionist painter (Frederick Carl Frieseke), and our most surprising presidential campaign loser (Thomas Dewey). The city had produced industrial innovations, including one of America’s first fiberglass cars.

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The Secret Shame of Abortion in the Church

However, in the church, we face the challenge of upholding the sanctity of life, while simultaneously ministering to women who feel overwhelming shame about their abortions. Our response is not to deny the sin and death inherent in abortion. Instead, we point women to the healing found in a community centered around the One who redeems us from all sin.

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ISIS Kidnaps 100 Christians in Syria: Prisoner Swap, or Libya-Style Propaganda?

In an otherwise unconfirmed claim, Newsweek reports that IS has demanded a prisoner exchange with the Kurdish forces: “They are seeking the release of ISIS members in exchange for the villagers. The exact number of prisoners ISIS is looking to swap for is not known. They have threatened the lives of the village men, estimated to be more than 100, if the swap does not go through.”

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Ravi Zacharias - Richard Dawkin's Gaffe (2012)

Ravi Zacharias telling the story of an interview on BBC Radio 4 with Richard Dawkins and Giles Fraser.

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Resources for Bengali Believers

Brewer says the greatest need for many churches in Asia is more evangelism and discipleship resources. Due to the great lack of theological support for adults, PDI expanded from translating only children’s materials to adding theology books as well. He shares the story of one Burmese pastor who was so excited to have children’s Sunday school material translated into his native tongue that he studied its content for his own sermon use.

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The Trouble with Outrage

February 9, 2015 — When did we become so mean? These days, it seems like we can’t talk about anything anymore—even with our brothers and sisters in Christ—without becoming defensive, making snap judgments, or interrupting each other with our well-rehearsed justifications. Whether online or in person, we hurl insults (“You don’t respect the authority of Scripture!”) and quickly dismiss each other with blanket labels like “liberal” or “conservative.” Then no one feels heard and everyone screams louder. And the good news of love and new life and hope in the gospel is drowned under the weight of so much mean-spirited noise.

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‘Parks and Rec’ Saw the Best in Millennials

Finding a show on TV that doesn't push the sex or violence agenda is difficult to find these days. However, "Parks and Rec" has the talent in the writer's room and on screen to promote entertainment that isn't gratuitous. The difference is that it is character driven, not event driven, so it isn't dependent upon the shocking moments that other shows, that don't have such relatable and brilliantly quirky characters, have to rely on to keep their ratings high. I am definitely going to miss this show but it makes me hopeful that other ones like it will come of the woodwork and be successful.

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In a similar vein, I enjoy writing men because I get to ask questions—different questions for each character, of course, as there is no one trait or circumstance that is true for all men. How does it shape your perspective on the world when you are always the tallest and strongest person in the room? (I have a few friends like this, and can only imagine.) What is it like to have the quiet confidence of knowing—without any doubt—that your work is valued? In a culture that elevates men as natural leaders, what is it like to have to conform to the expectations which accompany that role? We see George R. R. Martin deal with this last question with the character of Jaime Lannister, who begins at the top in every way in his society, but later is bereft of the martial prowess which gave him value. Meanwhile we love Tyrion because he faces challenges similar to those of a female character—he is physically smaller and weaker than most men, despised, and treated as a pawn by his father—and responds to these challenges with wit and pathos.

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Together LA Conference: Pastor Rafer Owens to Share How He Took Back Compton From War Zone for Gangs (VIDEO)

LOS ANGELES – Upon meeting Pastor Rafer Owens, who is both the dynamic leader of Faith Inspirational Missionary Baptist Church and a deputy sheriff serving in Compton in Los Angeles County, it is easy to understand why he was chosen to speak at Together LA, the three-day conference about discovering how to "love on" the metropolis, beginning this Thursday.

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Grand American Piano - Piano Restoration

The American piano was perfected at the turn of the 20th Century with decorative details embellishing the rich beauty of old-growth hardwoods. Restored American pianos are still state-of-the-art with hand-craftsmanship that cannot be duplicated by assembly lines overseas. They are an important part of America's heritage and as these beautiful instruments age, they increase in value.

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Great news: State Dept official in charge of counterterrorism caught soliciting sex — from a minor - Hot Air

Ed, if they say they got him then there is no misunderstanding, its pretty much a slam dunk case. I’ve interviewed members of Virginia’s ICAC and watched them conduct their everyday operations in those chat rooms. Its about as cut and dried as you can get. And no, its not entrapment. At no point in time can the officer posing as a child escalate the conversation to sex. It can only be done by the perp. Once the officer says they are a minor, and then the perp propositions them for sex, they can be charged. Virginia is one of the few states that is up to date with its laws on protecting kids from predators on the internet.

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Abortion is an Attempt to Project Strength

Additionally, you can imagine scenarios where someone attempting to help provide alternatives is not at all “violating a right to privacy” of any meaningful kind. For instance, last Friday my 9-month old daughter choked on some foreign object. She never turned blue or stopped breathing (thankfully!) but she did continually gag and throw up multiple times, even in the car on the way to the ER. We first rushed to the nearest Urgent Care center, but they turned us away because they cannot treat infants. We were running around frantically, to and fro, and jumped back in the car and sped down to the hospital. If, at any point in all that, some third party had interjected themselves, rushing up and offering to help, or even to direct us to a closer facility, the appropriate response would have been gratitude not outrage. I have no inherent right to not be noticed or to not have people attempt to offer help. In fact, for me to be angry at a true desire to help is itself a sin against charity.

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Hylomorphism as a Metaphysic for Intelligent Design Science

Given Aquinas' obvious theistic position and his classical empiricism it likely seems strange to many people when they hear some contemporary Thomists critiquing intelligent design on various grounds. As someone who sees a deep coherence between Aquinas and the modern design movement, I think these criticisms are misguided (part of my doctoral dissertation shows how ID and Thomism are compatible). I also think that such claims of incompatibility are unfortunate because they miss the ways in which Thomistic philosophy and ID science can be mutually informative.

46 The TC Apologetics Daily

The TC Apologetics Daily, by TC Apologetics: The latest news and thoughts for the apologetic-minded Christian.

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Heaven in the Face of Hell , by Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review

There are geopolitical considerations and action to be taken in that sphere; there are charitable works to ontribute to; but there is also a lesson in what it is to be truly Christian that often seems the stuff of legend to us today, even as fellow countrymen of ours have dedicated their lives in radical sacrifice to love of God and service flowing from that love. As Bishop Angaelos put it: “In the midst of this sorrow, however, we must continue to dig deeper for the joy that comes from an understanding that this life is but a ‘vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away’ (James 4:14), and that true glory and joy are found in an eternal life prepared for all those who live in and for love and peace.” He continued: “It is only through this understanding that we can continue to live according to the words of I Peter 3:15 as demonstrated in the life and witness of the Coptic Church and her children over centuries, ‘. . . always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you. . . .’”

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Pastor Married Nearly 50 Years, Perishes With Husband After Car Flips Over and Catches Fire

Members of a small Kansas church are now consoling each other after their pastor and her husband, whom she had been married to for almost 50 years, perished together in their car after it flipped over and caught fire along a local roadway Sunday.

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Why Can't Three Men Marry Each Other?

If "love is love" and "everyone should have the right to marry the one they love," then why can't any number of people come together in "marriage"?

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A 'DuckTales' Reboot Is Officially Happening

Here’s some news so awesome it will make you want to swan dive into a massive pile of gold coins. Disney has announced that they are rebooting the classic series DuckTales for DisneyXD. In a statement , a network executive explained, " DuckTales has a special place in Disney's TV animation history. It drew its inspiration from Disney legend Carl Barks' comic books and, through its storytelling and artistic showmanship, set an enduring standard for animated entertainment that connects with both kids and adults. Our new series will bring that same energy and adventurous spirit to a new generation." The new animated series is set to debut some time in 2017 ...

51 HHS Confirms Unaccompanied Illegal Alien Children in U.S. Will Have Access to Abortion
52 Supreme Court to hear religious freedom case - CNN.com
53 Ex-Marine Found Guilty of Murdering ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle
54 Franklin Graham: America Is Crumbling Morally; We Have Turned Our Back on God
55 Q Commons Northern Virginia | Bringing the Q national experience to your city.
56 How can God turn into a human if He's God?!
57 LIVE Event: TogetherLA
58 Seattle, Philadelphia, Washington: Hear John West on "Scientism in the Age of Obama"
59 Microview: "Understanding Spiritual Warfare: Four Views" edited by James Beilby and Paul Rhodes Eddy
60 To Explain the Origin of Animal Body Plans, Here's What May Be the Most Inadequate Proposal Yet
61 Joint Statement of Unity and Forgiveness – Joel McDurmon and Jordan Hall
62 'In Our Generation Marriage Has Been Distorted to Our People Because It Hasn't Worked,' Chris Brown Claims
63 Buy Two, Get Two at the Creation Museum in 2015
64 Looking at Nature with an Engineer's Eye
65 How to Memorize (Almost) Anything
66 This Pastor Says There Was One Thing He Would Never Talk About From the Pulpit, Not Anymore
67 Christianity and Violent Self-Defense
68 Bush hires one of D.C.'s "30 most influential" homosexuals as communications director | SteveDeace.com
69 Every Sermon Should be On a Gospel Errand |
70 Rethinking the Canon of Scripture: My Interview with Credo Magazine
71 END IT :: Shine a Light on Slavery
72 Sex and Violence in the Bible
73 A Historian Asks, "What if Other Human Species Had Survived?"
74 Let The New Yorker's Adam Gopnik Read Our Series on the 10 Top Problems with Darwinian Evolution, and Then Give Us His Thoughts
75 Encounter Greatness at the Torrey Honors Institute.
76 "Did Jesus Rise from the Dead?" - Mike Licona
77 The World Will Begin Again
78 Heavenly Sleep in Peace, Part 2
79 BreakPoint on Twitter
80 The Forum: Finding the back door to people’s hearts
81 ISIS Fighters Claim All 150 Syrian Christian Hostages Are 'Safe,' Will Be 'Released Within a Few Days'
82 WORLD | Indiana’s political youth movement | Russ Pulliam | Feb. 25, 2015
83 WORLD | Barnabas Aid director convicted of sexual assault | Jamie Dean | Feb. 25, 2015
84 MARK MITTELBERG on Twitter
85 Paul Copan explains some responses to postmodernism
86 Get Around on the Trailer for the New Brian Wilson Biopic, 'Love & Mercy'
87 Overview of the fine-tuning argument and some objections to it
88 Biola University on Twitter
89 Does God Care If You Like Your Job?
90 MARK MITTELBERG on Twitter