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Living in Troubled Times Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s, I seem to recall some Christians who saw engaging the culture more like fighting a “culture war” for Jesus. But things have changed over the past few decades. Today, we find ourselves in the position of a cultural minority in our country. The question is, “How should we …

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This ‘Simpsons’ Debate Parody Says What We’ve All Been Thinking About the Presidential Race

Amid a politically charged season, there is one thing that causes more headaches than trying to understand anything Kanye West says. And that is the presidential debates. But leave it to The Simpsons to provide hilarious political commentary that resonates with the masses. And if that doesn't work, there's always Donald Trump break dancing.

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The Meaning of Manhood

As I grew in my understanding of biblical manhood, I discovered that true manhood demanded more of me. As a single man, I had failed to put into practice what I knew marriage would require. I secretly thought that marriage would miraculously change me and make me a better man. I didn’t drink from the fountain of true manhood as a single guy, so I’m now drinking from a fire hose as a new husband. Now I'm learning the hard way about the high and hard calling of manhood.

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How Christians Ruin Dating

I don't think there is one person who has the title "The One," but rather God leads you to someone and puts those desires in your heart to pursue a future with them, and to honor Him and live for Him not just in your relationship with that person, but in every aspect of your life along the way. Not everything or everyone put in front of you is a test, which I used to believe. I had forgot that the Lord is good, and he knows what I need and knows my heart is after him, and honors that! God led me to my boyfriend through crazy circumstances. We aren't perfectly compatible, he wasn't everything on my "list" -- he is who I ACTUALLY needed. Not someone just like me or this perfect picture of a worship leader / knight in shining armor. He is real, he has taught me so much through his relationship with the Lord, and he is so many things I wish I was. We're not each others' "types" if you will, but we still are so attracted to each other. It has been the Lord who led us to each other and grew us closer, and I believe has given us the desire to be together. It's really profound to me.

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http://conference.thegospelcoalition.org/2016

We invite you to the conference for women, but not all about women. It's a gathering of women around the Word of God. To this third TGC Women's Conference, we come joyfully but soberly, knowing that suffering meets us at every hand, right at home and all across the globe. What better book for us in 2016 than 1 Peter—packed with gospel perspective on our short lives. It's a little epistle, but it gives us a big view of who we are in Christ and how we are to live as redeemed sojourners in this world. How do we stand firm in God's true grace? How do we offer a strong shining witness to Jesus Christ even in the midst of fiery trials? Peter points us insistently to the Lord Jesus, to his suffering on our behalf, and to the resurrection life he makes possible for those who believe in him. At TGCW16 we won't be getting away from real life; we will be seeing it clearly, in light of gospel help and hope. By God's grace, we will go away better prepared to live and share resurrection life, in a world of suffering.

4 Terry Crews Calls Porn 'An Intimacy Killer' in New Follow-Up Videos

Since actor Terry Crews posted a video confessional to Facebook earlier this month opening up about his past pornography addiction, he's received an influx of questions from fans who are struggling with addiction and want help. This unexpected and refreshingly honest dialog has led to two more videos from Crews that talk through the differences between guilt and shame, and the importance of confronting the problem of pornography.

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8 Biographies Everyone Should Read

In today's intellectual climate of specialization, I would like to see more biographies like the Metaxas book. What exactly is Bonhoeffer scholarship standards? If a Bonehoeffer scholar wrote a book about Bonehoeffer, it might not be accessible to the public. My question is--------why aren't there more writers like Metaxas who will make important figures understandable to the public? I read half of the Metaxas book (I had to give it back to my friend) and I found it to be weighty and researched. I especially enjoyed the part of Metaxas book about Bonehoeffer's time in America and his dilemma about what to do here. Maybe you could explain why it is not up to par or better----tell us what we should read that would match your scholarship standards.

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Justin Bieber: Without God I’d Be a Terrible Person

If we invest everything we have in a human, we’re gonna get broken … I feel like that’s why I have a relationship with Him, because I need it. I suck by myself. Like, when I’m by myself and I feel like I have nothing to lean on? Terrible. Terrible person. If I was doing this on my own, I would constantly be doing things that are, I mean, I still am doing things that are stupid, but… It just gives me some sort of hope and something to grasp onto, and a feeling of security, and a feeling of being wanted, and a feeling of being desired, and I feel like we can only get so much of that from a human.

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Free Webinar on the Risen Movie and the Resurrection of Jesus

On Thursday, February 25 at 8:00 p.m. (Central Time), join AiG’s Resurrection expert, Tim Chaffey, and Eric Hovind of Creation Today in a free webinar on “10 Things You Should Know about the Risen Movie.” You will learn how to evaluate this film biblically and will also receive answers to the most common objections to the Resurrection of Christ. You’ll learn about the evidence for the Resurrection and take a look at which Old Testament prophecies Jesus fulfilled in His death and Resurrection. You won’t want to miss this insightful and powerful webinar!

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Do Christian Parents Flirt with the Idol of Sports?

Am I guilty of being a sports idolater? Yes. Does this mean I may continue modeling this pattern of behavior for my family? By no means! (Rom. 6:2). Rather, in God’s amazing way, he continually takes my idolatry and redeems it by the power of his gospel. He gives me opportunities to model for my children repentance and the outpouring of his grace (Rom. 5:20). And he continues to grow us as we live in this tension.

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Disney Is Making a ‘Wrinkle in Time’ Movie With the Director of ‘Selma’

The Golden Globe-nominated director of Selma , Ava DuVernay is going to direct a film adaptation of the acclaimed fantasy novel, A Wrinkle in Time . The novel, which first appeared in 1963 by Madeleine L'Engle, is featured on American Library Association list of the 100 Most Frequently Challenged Books because of the book's references to witches and crystal balls and the claim that it "challenges religious beliefs." In many ways, though, the work has overtly Christian themes including the fight of good against evil as a battle of light and darkness. L'Engle herself was the official writer-in-residence at New York City's Episcopal Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Her fantasy works are known to be highly expressive of her Christian viewpoint in ways reminiscent of C. S. Lewis.

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Kathie Lee Gifford: How Billy Graham Led Me to Christ

When I first got there, I met for Bible study with about a dozen fellow Christians who felt called to serve God through arts and entertainment. We were chastised far more by Christians than by anybody else back then. They’d ask, “How can you say you’re a Christian and be in Hollywood?” I’d always respond, “How could I be in Hollywood and not be a Christian?” How could I put up with the work and rejection without the security of God’s faithfulness?

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What Is the Source of Biblical Love?

“Love is a decision.” “You have to choose to love.” We’ve heard statements like these inside and outside of the church. Perhaps we understand what many are attempting to communicate. The sentiment is a reaction to the widely accepted notion that love is a feeling. But feelings are fickle and change constantly. So, if love is defined by the way you feel, love is always unstable.

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2 Ways Apologetics Can Help You as a Pastor - www.ThePoachedEgg.net/mobile

Why is this position missing from the Scriptural lists? Wouldn’t it be wise for every church to have a trained and qualified Christian Case Maker ? I can tell you from personal experience: as I travel around the country, very few church leaders seem to be interested in apologetics, and even fewer have studied in this area. In fact, many seminaries don’t even offer courses in apologetics as part of their Master of Divinity programs. But here are two reasons why I believe pastors need to be apologists.

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Freedom of Expression in a Photoshop World

It is humility, after all, that goes hand in hand, and is the source, of true understatement. Understatement, as a figure of speech, has long had the technical title “tapeinosis,” which is Greek for humility. It is humble to understate something and allow your listener to experience the rare joy of discovering that something is more moving than was claimed. And it’s humble to understate things such that some listeners may never know the full force of it — because you are secure enough to have it go unacknowledged.

18 FREE 2 DAY EVENT WITH DR. TUREK & DET. WALLACE - FEB 24, 25

J. Warner Wallace is a cold-case homicide detective,  adjunct professor  of apologetics at  Biola University  and author of Cold-Case Christianity and God's Crime Scene .  J. Warner was a conscientious and vocal atheist through his undergraduate and graduate work in Design and Architecture (CSULB and UCLA); he always considered himself to be an “evidentialist”. His experience in law enforcement only served to strengthen his conviction that truth is tied directly to evidence. But at the age of thirty-five, J. Warner took a serious and expansive look at the evidence for the Christian Worldview and determined that Christianity was demonstrably true. After becoming a Christ follower in 1996, Jim continued to take an evidential approach to truth as he examined the Christian worldview.

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A New Kind of Apologist

Read a chapter for free from the soon-to-be-released book "A New Kind of Apologist." As Eric mentioned, John's chapter, "Telling the Truth about Sex in a Broken Culture," provides biblically-based clarity and direction that speaks to the culture's sexual brokenness. Click here for the free download .

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‘I’d like to punch him in the face': The incredible shrill of this election season

I’m calling on Christians to focus less on battling their enemies than on befriending them. If Christians are always thinking that it’s us against them, we won’t get very far. We can’t influence people who are our combatants. If we are unkind to those with whom we disagree, how will they ever see in us the profound, reconciling, unmerited, and sin-forgiving love of Christ? As a dear friend has reminded me, “You don’t have to see eye-to-eye to work shoulder-to-shoulder.”

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22 How to Respond to the “All Religions Basically Teach the Same Thing” Slogan | Think Christianly

With that in mind, the first thing to do when encountering this claim is simply ask a question—“That’s interesting; in what specific ways are all religions basically the same?” And then wait for a response. Fight the temptation to answer for them. Often, this will be enough to expose the superficial slogan so that you can have a more productive spiritual conversation.

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Move over, 2 Corinthians: Proverbs takes center stage in latest Bible flap of GOP campaign

Already fighting accusations of underhanded campaigning, Cruz asked his communications director, Rick Tyler, to resign after Tyler posted a video on social media and claimed that the senator from Florida could be heard disparaging the Bible. The allegation was false and Tyler apologized.

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Hiding from God

“We hide; God seeks. That’s the Bible. He’s relentless in his pursuit.” 

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Governor John Kasich’s completely unacceptable remarks about religious liberty

2. Kasich says, “I think frankly, our churches should not be forced to do anything that’s not consistent with them.” What about Christians that want to live out their faith in their daily lives? Does Kasich think people have a right to do that? Kasich gives the impression that religious liberty ends once someone steps outside the church building. But this truncated account of things is not what religious liberty is. Neither the Constitution nor the Courts have defined religious liberty so narrowly. Religious liberty is the freedom to worship and serve God according to one’s conscience in every sphere of life. Kasich apparently doesn’t understand that and has essentially staked out the “freedom of worship” position that is so often advocated by liberals. It effectively limits freedom of worship to the church house and banishes religious freedom from the public square. And it means that if you are a Christian proponent of traditional marriage, it’s fine if you want to hold that view privately. But you have to be willing to violate those beliefs when you go to work.

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1 Peter 3:1–6, Part 3: Beauty Is Not in Makeup or Clothing

Women have often been deceived into thinking that beauty is about how they look or what they wear — their clothing, jewelry, or hair style. But God defines beauty very differently. In this lab, John Piper introduces a distinct, supernatural, and imperishable beauty, and explains how women can pursue it.

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Assyrian Church Negotiates Release of 43 ISIS Hostages

ISIS released 43 Assyrian hostages from Raqqa on Monday after receiving ransom payments. The released hostages are the final remaining of the captives who were kidnapped a year ago from villages along the Khabour River in northern Syria. In May 2015, just three months after the kidnapping, the militant group refused an offer of $1.15 million ($5,000 per hostage) raised by donations from the Assyrian community in exchange for the release of the 230 kidnapped. ISIS requested $100,000 for each hostage, a total of $23 million. An Assyrian source spoke to Newsweek about details of the negotiations. The source said the release of the hostages was negotiated between the Syrian-Christian leaders and Sunni tribal leaders who are aligned with ISIS. In a statement to Newsweek , the Assyrian Church of the East Relief Organization (ACERO) called the negotiations a “culmination of the tireless efforts of the Assyrian Church of the East in Syria."

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Essential Truths for Your Everyday Work

The idea of partnering with God through your vocation may not be the way you naturally think about life. Our tendencies will always be to minimize God’s presence in our work—making everything a grind for survival or elevating our own efforts and accomplishments apart from him. In light of this, we must see that the believer’s work is a partnership with Jesus, who already achieved success on our behalf and offers mercy and grace in every struggle (Heb. 4:14–16). We need, therefore, to hold onto gospel truths to live out our vocation in this broken world. These truths include:

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We Need to Do More Than Talk About Race

Putting our faith into action looks like loving our neighbor, serving, stepping out of our “comfort zone” to serve those who are not like us. It also requires listening. We want to be slow to speak, and I think what is hard in this topic is to listen. So we want to be good listeners so we can enter into the pain of others, so we can be empathetic of others. We want to really love people. Part of loving people is to listen, to listen to their sorrows. God says we “mourn with those who mourn and rejoice with those who rejoice.” Part of acting is to mourn. Physically mourn, pray and really engage with those who are struggling in this area.

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Kanye West’s Work-in-Progress

It’s the latest entry on a lengthy timeline illustrating Kanye’s use of Christian themes and imagery in his work. Occasionally such efforts have been viewed by believers as an earnest search for truth. The song “Jesus Walks” from his debut album was nominated for a 2004 Stellar Gospel Music Award.

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Did the Apostle Thomas Die as a Martyr?

The Acts of Thomas (c. AD 200-220) is the earliest literary account of the martyrdom of Thomas in India. It begins with the apostles in Jerusalem dividing up the world for missions. According to lot, Thomas was assigned to go to India, but he reluctantly objected, even though Jesus appears to him at night. Shortly thereafter a merchant named Abban came from India looking for a carpenter to work for king Gondophares. Jesus offers to sell him Thomas as a slave, and this time Thomas enthusiastically agrees. Once he arrives in the city, Gondophares assigns Thomas to build him a palace outside the city gates. Thomas agrees, but instead of using the money to build the palace, he gives it away to the poor and afflicted. Gondophares, furious when he heard how Thomas used the money, casts him in prison, contemplating how he would kill him. That very night the king’s brother Gad died and was taken by an angel to see the palace Thomas had built in heaven. Gad was allowed to return to life the next day and tell his brother all he had seen. As a result, both Gondophares and Gad sought the forgiveness of Thomas, and decide also to follow the Lord.

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Institute for Christian Apologetics

The Institute for Christian Apologetics is a ministry of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary that exists to equip Christians to defend the Christian faith and present compelling reasons for embracing the Christian faith in a manner that is comprehensible and relevant in our contemporary culture.

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The Death Penalty Is a Pro-Life Issue Too

I certainly can’t do an expository argument here of every biblical text that can be used to justify the death penalty (though it is why I am considering doing a whole book on this issue). Nor do I have the space to argue (as I would like to) that the same God who demanded the death penalty for working on the Sabbath (Exodus 35:2) is fully incarnate in Jesus. What I can say here is that Jesus is the pinnacle event in all of history. He is the lens through which we read Scripture and through which we see the world.

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Sorry. Kevin Durant’s Custom 'Bible Servant' Nikes Won’t Be Available to the Public

The custom, Bible verse-inscribed signature shoes Nike created for Kevin Durant won’t be sold to the general public. In the fall, the NBA superstar posted images of his “Bible Servant” KD8 shoes that feature scripture on the inside "Take my yolk upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart and you will find rest for your souls,” a reference to the verse “M11:29" on the inside of the tongue, and is decked out with angels on the outside as a nod to KD’s Christian faith.

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https://www.crossway.org/books/how-to-be-an-atheist-tpb/

“How many times has atheistic naturalism appeared to be a charade, like a shell game where you never seem to see all the steps of the process? Or how frequently have you been told that atheists are too soft—that they must be even more rigorously skeptical? But then when they do follow their own system, there is nothing left with which to build their worldview! Get ready—you’re embarking on a challenging journey here. In this volume, Mitch Stokes uncovers issue after issue where atheistic naturalism looks more like the king who wore no clothes, and Stokes is the one to give him the message! This is must reading—I recommend it highly!” Gary R. Habermas , Distinguished Research Professor and Chair, Philosophy Department, Liberty University

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Renewing Your Mind | Igniting a Bible Study Reformation | February 25, 2016

Another article this month will deal with the history of study Bibles , so I won't go into detail on that specific subject. However, I do want to point out that our efforts to produce a study Bible are born of the same passion that drove men in years past to get the Word of God into the minds and hearts and souls of every person. This passion compelled William Tyndale to cross the whole continent of Europe, moving from city to city to escape execution, translating the ancient Hebrew into words that a literate plowboy could read and understand. After the Diet of Worms, Martin Luther fled in a faked-kidnapping episode to the Wartburg castle. There, he donned a disguise and undertook the task of putting the Bible into the German vernacular. This was anathema to the Roman church—Luther was told that if he were to translate the Bible into the common tongue, he would open a floodgate of iniquity. Hundreds of different denominations would arise, each claiming to base their faith on the Bible. Luther agreed that that could very well happen. But, he said, if getting the gospel that is plain enough for every child to understand into the hands of the normal person carries with it the risk that some will misinterpret Scripture and open a floodgate of iniquity, then so be it.

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Amplify Conference

Ed Stetzer is the Executive Director of LifeWay Research, a prolific author, and well-known conference and seminar leader. Ed has planted, revitalized, and pastored churches, trained pastors and church planters on six continents, holds two masters degrees and two doctorates, and has written dozens of articles and books. Ed is a contributing editor for Christianity Today, a columnist for Outreach Magazine, and is frequently cited or interviewed in news outlets such as USAToday and CNN. He is the Executive Editor of The Gospel Project, a curriculum used by more than one million individuals each week. He is also Executive Editor of Facts & Trends Magazine, a Christian leadership magazine with a circulation of more than 70,000 readers. In 2015, he began serving as the co-host of the BreakPoint This Week radio program with John Stonestreet. Ed is the Senior Fellow of the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College. He also serves as Visiting Professor of Research and Missiology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Visiting Research Professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and has taught at many other colleges and seminaries.

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Southern Baptists Lose Almost 1,000 Missionaries as IMB Cuts Costs

“God is not surprised by these financial realities,” stated IMB on its website. “He has reigned sovereign over the IMB for 170 years, and He will continue to reign sovereign over the IMB for years to come. … IMB leadership believes that, without question, God will continue to lead every one of its personnel on mission. It is expected that the 600-800 people who step aside from the IMB in the next six months will not be stepping ‘onto the sidelines of mission,’ but instead will be moving into a new phase of involvement in mission.”

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Theological Study Is for Everyone

Every Christian must be a theologian. In a variety of ways, this is something I tell my church often. And the looks I get from some surprised souls are the evidence that I have not yet adequately communicated that the purposeful theological study of God by lay people is important.

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Criminals Need God’s Mercy and Love, Too

Sex crimes done against children are considered to be some of the worst crimes one can do. People are generally more willing to work with victims, who might not have anyone representing or loving them, than they are with the perpetrators, who are just as broken but in different ways. As Christians, we know that God’s love can permeate anyone’s heart, but as a society we classify sins, calling some worse than others. God, however, is clear that all are in need of his love, grace, and compassion.

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Is It Intolerant to Claim Christianity Alone Is True?

A couple of years ago I visited Canada to record television interviews about my book Christian Endgame . Prior to the recording, some of the Christians in the green room told me to be cautious about saying that Christianity is the exclusively true religion. When I inquired why, I was told that it is considered intolerant in Canadian society to claim Christianity is the only way to God. The Christian program executives were concerned about receiving legal reprisals from the Canadian government for broadcasting “intolerant” religious statements.

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A Toddler in Egypt Has Been Sentenced to Life in Prison

A 3-year-old boy has been sentenced to life in prison for a crime he allegedly committed when he was 16 months old. Kids these days. In an apparent case of mistaken identity, a toddler was among the 115 people a military court in Egypt found guilty of killing three people and sabotaging public and private property. The crimes took place during the protest supporting ousted President Mohamed Morsy in 2014. Ahmed Mansour Qorany Sharara, who was 16 months old at the time, was also sentenced to additional three years for related charges by a civilian misdemeanor court. When police arrived at Ahmed's home to arrest the young criminal, authorities realized he was a toddler and took his father, Mansour Qorany Sharara, instead. He was detained for four months before a judge released him.

43 If You’re A Christian Parent, You Need to Read This Book | Cold Case Christianity

When Natasha Crain, the author of the popular blog, ChristianMomThoughts.com , first told me about her idea for a book, I knew I had to do whatever I could to help her make it a reality. Why? Because Natasha understood what was at stake: the next generation of believers. As a Christian blogger, she had been engaging skeptics and aggressive atheists for some time, and as a Christian parent of three young children, she had been readying her kids for the skepticism she experienced online. Natasha took this mission seriously. She devoured every apologetics book she could get her hands on, and now, she’s written one of her own. If you’re a Christian parent, you need to read this book, whether you’re interested in Christian “apologetics” or not.

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Husbands, It’s Time to Start Leading Family Worship

Husbands, fathers —if you have been negligent in this duty and great privilege, repent by starting family worship today. Again, you may feel awkward about what to say to your wife or your children about starting, but simply say that God has convicted you of your responsibility to lead in family worship and you want to start at a given time today or tonight. Almost certainly your wife will be thrilled more than you can imagine to hear you say that. Your children may or may not be as enthusiastic, but that does not really matter. The less interest they show, the more your family needs family worship. The Lord will help you. He does not call his Spirit-begotten sons to this task without giving them the power of the Holy Spirit to accomplish it. The same Father who gave you the gospel and who drew you to Christ will strengthen you by his Spirit to put on this badge of godly manhood.

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43. What if I don't even care about God?

Nathan Betts (bit.ly/nathanbetts) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "What if I don't even care about God?" This video is episode 43 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": bit.ly/sabqvideo More about RZIM Canada: rzim.ca/

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RZIM and Wellspring Join the End It Movement in Shining a Light on Slavery | RZIM

Today, February 25, freedom fighters all over the world are participating in the End It Movement and shining a light on slavery. Social media is saturated with the red “X,” symbolizing the movement to cross out modern-day slavery and bring freedom to an estimated 27 million people enslaved around our world.

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Challenge Response: The Bible Says Men Are Superior to Women - Stand to Reason Blog

Challenge Response: The Bible Says Men Are Superior to Women

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Timothy Keller on Twitter

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Speaking Up When the Culture Wants Silence (Part 2 of 2)

Jim Daly: John, this is one of the questions that many people, not a large number, but many people will ask me when I travel on the road for Focus on the Family; supporters, those who pray for us. They'll talk about a wrenching decision that they have to make, maybe even their son or daughter's same sex wedding. It is tough, and you're right, we haven't had to consider these things until the Supreme Court legalized it and there are many more questions that are now surfacing that confront us each and every day in the culture. And Dr. Al Mohler not only addressed that issue, but much more when it comes to this divisive issue of same sex relationships. And let's get back into it with Dr. Al Mohler who is the president of Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville, KY, and a former Focus on the Family Board member. He's written a number of books including,  We Cannot Be Silent, which analyzes how a number of Supreme Court decisions, over not just the last year, but the last 50 years have brought us to where we are today in the culture. Al, welcome back to "Focus on the Family."

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Biola University on Twitter

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51 WORLD | The big gamble | Jamie Dean | March 5, 2016
52 When and How Did the Universe Begin?
53 We don’t need a Republican on the Supreme Court
54 https://erlc.com/events
55 Jennifer Garner Goes to Church After Faith Is Restored by Movie Role
56 Is Belief In God A Rational Position?
57 Why Do We Need Religion?
58 Of Scarcity and Sanctity
59 The False Reality of Social Media
60 The Poached Egg on Twitter
61 Should Christians be afraid of The Witch? | Think Christian
62 Pray Together, Stay Together
63 God's Crime Scene: A Cold-Case Detective Examines the Evidence for a Divinely Created Universe - Kindle edition by J. Warner Wallace. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
64 Didcot pastor: Pray for a miracle after power station collapse - premier
65 Can You Be Too Young to Lead in Church?
66 Sacramento, CA — Biola on the Road — Biola University
67 The Lent Project
68 Help Me Teach the Bible: Christopher Ash on Job
69 How Can We Be Angry and Not Sin?
70 John Kasich Sounds Like Rachel Maddow on Religious Liberty
71 Talbot School of Theology › Israel & the Church
72 “Answering Jihad: A Better Way Forward”- Book Review – Sustaining Her
73 Democrats changes immigration rules to admit people with multiple STDs
74 Christian Life and Truth: Because Jesus Christ is Risen Things Can Change
75 http://rickwarren.org/devotional/english/happiness-habit-become-more-like-jesus-by-giving
76 The case for Christianity gets better
77 Ted Cruz Wants to Actively Look for Illegal Immigrants to Deport
78 What Could Possibly Be Wrong with Christian Masturbation?
79 Pres. Obama Unveils Plan to Close Gitmo
80 Cultural Elites | Soul Friend
81 Be Nice or Else
82 The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything
83 The Role of History in Reclaiming the Evangelical Mind
84 Eric Metaxas Show on Twitter
85 The Leon Show on Twitter
86 Dustin Johnson on Twitter
87 Comedian Dying of Cancer Fulfills Dream of Making a Stand-Up Special
88 Crossway on Twitter
89 The TC Apologetics Daily
90 The Burning Bush by R.C. Sproul | February 25, 2016
91 WORLD Mobile | Get rid of ‘Onward, Christian soldiers’? | Feb. 25, 2016
92 Reformation Trust on Twitter