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Do Evolutionary Principles Derive from Observation, or Are They Imposed on It?

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

Why We Need Great Art

Consider this an invitation to treat yourself to the kind of art that may take a bit of effort to digest because it is rich, complex, and sumptuous.

Jennifer Garner Returned to Church After Appearing in Faith-Based Movie

Actress Jennifer Garner is starring in an upcoming movie called Miracles from Heaven. The film is based on the true story of the Beam family who had to lean on their faith during their daughter's near-death experience and her long battle with a chronic digestive disease. Garner, who plays Christy Beam, the mother of the young girl, got a lot more out of the experience than just a good movie. While on the road promoting the film, she stopped by Bishop T.D. Jakes' church to attend Sunday service and spoke about the life-changing impact the movie has played in her personal life. "I fell so in love with this family, I fell so in love with their love for each other. I fell so in love with their faith. It was a transformative experience to play this woman right here, she made me stronger," she said about playing Christy. Garner hasn't openly spoken about her faith in the past, a fact she attributes to her community in Los Angeles. "[Faith] is a topic that has become very political. If you're a person of faith, you are so on the outside, that there's no way to bridge to somebody that's 'normal'," she shared during a Q&A in Dallas. The actress noted that the normal posture of the industry doesn't include talking about faith in between takes, but this movie was very different in that respect. A fact that she says had an impact on her family: I will say that being around this community, and while I've always gone to church in West Virginia, that when I got back to Los Angeles, I was talking to my kids about the movie and they said, 'Mom you don't take us to church,' and we went that Sunday, and they went today without me. That decision was a direct gift from this movie and for that I'm very grateful.

One in 700 Quintillion: Exoplanet Study Confirms Terran Exceptionalism

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

Carly Rae Jepsen Just Remade the ‘Full House’ Theme Song

Pop star Carly Rae Jepsen has released a new version of the classic theme song to Full House, and it will take you back to the TGIF glory days. Check it out below. The Fuller House reboot, with Jepsen's new theme, drops this weekend on Netflix.

Kel Mitchell Says 'Good Burger 2' Might Be a Thing

What a time to be alive. This year truly is the year of reboots and we aren't mad about it. But the newest and best reboot announcement hasn't arrived on a silver platter, but wrapped in fast food paper and shoved in a bag of condiments: A Good Burger sequel may be in the works. During an interview on the Brown and Scoop podcast, Kel Mitchell gave us a bright glimmer of hope, “Everybody is talking about a Good Burger 2, us doing a Bad Boys type of film. Me and Kenan have definitely been talking about it. You might definitely see something coming up with me and him soon. We have definitely been talking about doing something big for the fans, because everybody has been looking for it. They want us back together.” Indeed they do, Kel. Indeed they do. We have no confirmation or expected dates for the Nickelodeon movie reboot, so until we once again hear those magic words: "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?" we'll just have to watch the original (now on Netflix) on repeat or there's always Jimmy Fallon.

Selena Gomez Surprised Concert Goers at Hillsong Show

Singer Selena Gomez surprised some unsuspecting concert goers this week—at a Hillsong Young & Free concert. She showed up at L.A.'s Belasco Theatre and performed her song "Nobody" with the Australian worship outfit. Back in October, the singer replied to a fan on Twitter, who asked what inspired her to write the song on her new album album, "God," Gomez said, adding that "'Nobody' is about Him." And, when you break down the lyrics, it's actually a moving worship song, to which the crowd at Thursday's show can attest. Watch it below.

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Ligonier Ministries

Ligonier Ministries’ 2006 National Conference, Bought with a Price , discusses God’s plan for the church and the congregant’s role in it. Dr. Sproul is joined by other Christian scholars, pastors, and leaders, including J. Ligon Duncan III , Sinclair Ferguson, … Learn More

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7 Signs You’re Spending Too Much Time Looking at Your Phone

Recent research has confirmed that cell phone “addiction” is actually a real thing. Professionals have even devised methods of determining if you suffer from a psychological condition that warrants actual medical intervention ( symptoms include : reduction of competing behaviors, engaging in the behavior despite risks and negative consequences, withdrawal, etc.). But even if you’re not neurologically dependent on playing Kim Kardashian’s iPhone game for a few moments while you’re pumping gas, there still may be ways to determine that you are spending too much time looking at your phone.

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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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Six Things Submission Is Not

What is submission not , according to 1 Peter 3:1–6? When I preached on this passage probably twenty years ago, women in my church found this question really helpful because we bring to the text presuppositions from our experience. You might hear submission means six or seven things, and five of those sound horrible to you, and two look okay.

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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.

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The 5 Friends You Really Need

But when you only surround ourselves with a chorus of people who nod and amen at every turn of the conversation, you begin to lose touch with people from other walks of life. It’s easy to make straw men and stereotypes of people who hold opposing views, but when “those other people” are your trusted friends, it’s harder to dismiss their ideas. Instead, you’ll be pushed to listen more honestly and grapple with these differences in the context of a relationship. And not only that, but having friends with whom you hold clashing views can lead to spirited conversations that would have never happened in like-minded community.

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How Can Rubio and Cruz Stop Trump? Flip a Coin | The Stream

Donald Trump just won the Nevada caucuses by a wide margin, and conservative commentator Jonah Goldberg is making  the case that a Rubio-Cruz compact, with Florida Senator Marco Rubio at the top of the ticket and Texas Senator Ted Cruz agreeing to drop out in exchange for the VP slot, may be the only way to stop Trump from winning the nomination. But what are the odds the ambitious Cruz would agree to play second fiddle given all the bad blood between the two senators? The opposite scenario, with Rubio playing second fiddle, is just as unlikely, particularly since Rubio finished just ahead of Cruz in South Carolina and Nevada. Neither man is likely to agree to take the VP slot soon enough for a Rubicruz or Cruzio nomination missile to derail the Trump Express. So here’s my idea: flip a coin.

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The Top Five Reasons Faith is Not What You Think It Is

If we are honest, all of us can identify with this man. “I believe; help my unbelief” is a perfect summary of the internal struggle that every Christian experiences. It’s like reaching for Jesus to pull you out of the water when you have a weight tied to your ankle. In that moment you are focused on the weights keeping you under, but your heart is yearning to look up! So look to Jesus! The point of this passage is this: even if you are only 51% sure that Jesus will do what he says, He can work with that.  Here’s the thing, the only things that you know with 100% certainty is that you exist, because you are a thinking thing, and logical and mathematical laws like “1+1=2.” Other than that we need to be ok living in the tension of doubt and unanswered questions. Jesus never promises to answer all of our questions. Most of the time he says something like, “Trust me and let me work.” Do not be afraid of doubt or unanswered questions, because God meets you there. Our beliefs need to have reasons behind them, and they must best correspond to reality. But if your expectation is that Christianity will bring you to a place of 100% certainty, the flesh will do a lot of damage to you when you never get there.

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3 Ways to Preach Heaven

If hell is your future, your best life is now. But if headed for heaven, your best life is still to come. If you’re outside of Christ, in other words, this life is as good as it gets. But if you’re in Christ, your pain in this world is the only pain you’ll ever experience, and your struggles now are the only ones you’ll ever endure.

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What Does the Bible Actually Say About Dating?

Though the Bible doesn’t talk directly about dating, it does speak volumes about relationships, godly interactions and principles that can be applied to how you date. 1 Corinthians 10:31 reminds us that no matter what it is we’re doing; it can be used as a means to glorify God. When it comes to dating, I think we could all benefit from relaxing a bit about searching for hard and fast rules, and learning to apply Godly wisdom to every single part of our lives.

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Family worship and the day I made my daughter cry

My daughter, Laurelen, graduated from a small, classical Christian high school. The school enjoys a commencement tradition in which the parents hand the diploma to their child, but only after speaking a few words of encouragement (usually accompanied with some nostalgia) to him or her. The graduate responds with some brief, prepared remarks of his or her own.

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Can We “Agree To Disagree” On Sexuality and Marriage?

I’m a pastor (teaching elder) in the PC(USA) and since my church has been named in this thread I thought I’d clarify a few things. 1)Throwing my church under your bus for argument purposes is disgusting and un-Christian. How dare you! Do you know me? Have you been to my church? How can you make such a charge that we are following culture and not our Lord Jesus Christ when all of my fellow pastors read the Bible in their pulpits every Sunday as they proclaim God’s word? You owe all of us an apology for such incredible self righteousness and gossip. 2) No one speaks for anyone in my church. Therefore the statement that the PC(USA) says thus and so about abortion is a statement by one General Assembly which any Presbyterian can affirm or reject. Therefore you must ask each Presbyterian what they believe about a non-salvation issue. We are all agreed that we must believe in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. Our church governance in one way is like that of Baptists in that our General Assembly is like a Fellowship or Convention recommending positions we can take on certain issues.

15 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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What the Bible Really Says About Politics

Thanks for the reminders during this election season. I think some of these (points 1-2) warrant further discussion. Such as a discussion about how God set up commandments such that we can have mutually exclusive obligations under the first two points: serving government while serving God (e.g that bad guy in Germany circa 1940s vs doing God's will). And so I personally feel least bound to the 'respect governing authority no matter what' commandments-- Perhaps I don't have enough faith to trust that God really put (fill in with name of just about any cruel dictator) into power.

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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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The Secrets of God in Our Suffering

The God who dried Job’s tears with a tornado answers us with a hundred riddles and with a litany of indecipherable mysteries and a catalogue of natural absurdities and animal wonders to fill our imaginations with awe and wonder that cannot answer our questions, but somehow work together to quiet and humble and satisfy our hearts. “The secret things belong to the Lord our God, but the things that are revealed belong to us and to our children forever” (Deuteronomy 29:29) — and the riddles he reveals are more than enough to inspire our trust in his sovereign goodness in governing all things, even when the specific why of our suffering remains a mystery.

21 https://www.periscope.tv/w/aaB1WjFxTFFHR3dYekJRSlp8MWRSS1pwTld2V2dKQi0g2wRxplCF7FDF0CYHPS1M3aIJN55a26Znq_JjjbXO

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C.S. Lewis Institute on Twitter

In the legacy of C.S. Lewis, the Institute endeavors to develop disciples who will articulate, defend and live their faith in Christ in personal & public life.

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What You Can Actually Do After a Breakup

The breakup line, it's God telling me to break up, is a cop out. God doesn't decide these things for us, it's our free choice and we can pray that he blesses our choices. We also don't date people who are abusive, or whichever non-negotiable vice, but God doesn't have a predetermined plan for us, he doesn't decide for us unless it affects His kingdom, like being called to be a missionary because your heart has moved so close to God's you share the same passion for the lost. Using God as a cop out excuse stops both parties from healing, it creates amenity between someone and God and it doesn't lead to Christian reconciliation. If you don't go through this season growing the same issue will occur till you learn to take ownership of your choices and learn to be a good romantic partner in a healthy relationship.

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Abortion Clinic Closings Are Happening at Never-Before-Seen Rates

In most states in America, at least one abortion provider closes every two weeks, the fastest rate since it became legal in 1973. According to a new report from Bloomberg Business , in the last five years, 21 new abortion providers have opened, but across the country, at least 162 have been closed down. The primary reason is due to conservative lawmakers passing new legislation that makes it more and more difficult for providers to operate. In Texas alone, at least 30 clinics have closed down.

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How Do We 'Respect' Authority We Disagree With?

One of the chief ways we honor God is in the way we respond to those He has put in authority over us. Whether we agree or disagree with our authorities, showing honor and respect is presented in the Bible as a non-negotiable. In showing honor and respect, we also honor and respect God, who, in His own wisdom and for His own purposes, ordains who will lead and who will follow.

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Biola Apologetics 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

28 How the Non-Existence of Vampires Reveals the Existence of God

This last principle is particularly intriguing and makes me wonder if it can be applied to the anthropic principle. As Wikipedia explains, “In physics and cosmology, the anthropic principle states that humans should take into account the constraints that human existence imposes on the kind of theoretical universe that can support human life.” The anthropic principle is often stated in a positive way, assuming that certain conditions must be met before human life can exist. At least two dozen demandingly exact physical constants must be in place for carbon-based life to exist on earth, the slightest variation in any of these conditions—even to a minuscule degree—would have rendered the universe unfit for the existence of any kind of life, much less for humans.

29 The Ligonier Statement on Christology

He was born of the Virgin Mary and lived among us. Crucified, dead, and buried, He rose on the third day, ascended to heaven, and will come again in glory and judgement.

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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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How Can We Be Angry and Not Sin?

There is a kind of anger that comes from our regenerate, Spirit-directed nature, even if it is unavoidably tainted by our indwelling sin as it passes through the defective filters of our minds and mouths. And because the Holy Spirit through David and Paul instructs us to “be angry,” it means some things must make us righteously angry.

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Christian Life and Truth: Risen: The Great Sign of the Resurrection of Jesus

Don’t feel sorry for Christ, who, it should be said, wouldn’t feel the least bit sorry for anyone who rejects the truth. Jesus said He would get all who are His, not one would perish. Jesus was history’s most compassionate man—it was part of what makes Him great, His willingness to reach out and love and heal every hurting person, sometimes even among His enemies. His most telling parable was that of the Good Samaritan. An enemy of the Jewish people was made the hero in Christ’s compelling tale about extending mercy to those who do not deserve it. By the end of the story, we will all have deep inspiration to reach out to all men with compassion, friends or enemies.

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Challenging Eyewitnesses of the Resurrection

The challenge makes a very important mistake in his reasoning here. He claims that car crashes are common and implies that eyewitness to those are reliable. However, he fails to recognize that the inclusion of details of the event (a car crash) makes the event less probable. Let us say that a person claimed to witnessed a car crash between a red 1994 Ford F-150 and a silver 2009 Nissan Altima. The inclusion of the details makes the event quite rare, not common. Once the person includes the location, date and time (never mind the drivers, passengers, weather conditions, or any other details), the event becomes as improbable as any other unique event, including the resurrection.

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Concrete gold mines: churches make half a million by renting out car parks - premier

One church in King's Cross, central London, has made more than £200,000 in the last four years by renting out its parking spaces. It's used some of the money to provide a weekly breakfast for homeless people.

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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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Donald Trump: The Vacillator-in-Chief

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Training Days

One of the greatest objections to the existence of the Christian God is the presence of suffering and evil in the world. The question of why a loving God would allow so much suffering is common to all of us. Whether we experience what Os Guinness describes as the ‘lash’ of evil against us, or the impact of sickness or the effects of a natural disaster, the question of suffering demands an answer.

38 http://stopthechristiangenocide.org/

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Transcript: The Cosmological Argument | Reasonable Faith

Reasonable Faith features the work of philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig and aims to provide in the public arena an intelligent, articulate, and uncompromising yet gracious Christian perspective on the most important issues concerning the truth of the Christian faith today, such as:

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2016 National Conference: Day 3

Dr. R.C. Sproul closed our 29th National Conference with a message on the power of the gospel. Beginning in Romans 1, Dr. Sproul focused on the fact that the gospel is God’s. It is our duty to believe and proclaim it, not to change it. This gospel is about Jesus, who was born according to the Scriptures—a clearly defined message about Jesus’ person and work.

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University of Kentucky Update | RZIM

If you were able to join us in person at the Memorial Coliseum at the University of Kentucky Wednesday night, February 24, you remember the electricity in the room. All kinds of people attended with different worldviews, from skeptics to believers, freshmen to Masters students, members of the community to professors. Despite the cold rain and biting wind, a line outside formed before doors opened and within the hour, the room was completely filled.

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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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The Top Five Reasons Faith is Not What You Think It Is

If we are honest, all of us can identify with this man. “I believe; help my unbelief” is a perfect summary of the internal struggle that every Christian experiences. It’s like reaching for Jesus to pull you out of the water when you have a weight tied to your ankle. In that moment you are focused on the weights keeping you under, but your heart is yearning to look up! So look to Jesus! The point of this passage is this: even if you are only 51% sure that Jesus will do what he says, He can work with that.  Here’s the thing, the only things that you know with 100% certainty is that you exist, because you are a thinking thing, and logical and mathematical laws like “1+1=2.” Other than that we need to be ok living in the tension of doubt and unanswered questions. Jesus never promises to answer all of our questions. Most of the time he says something like, “Trust me and let me work.” Do not be afraid of doubt or unanswered questions, because God meets you there. Our beliefs need to have reasons behind them, and they must best correspond to reality. But if your expectation is that Christianity will bring you to a place of 100% certainty, the flesh will do a lot of damage to you when you never get there.

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45. Is technology good or bad?

Nathan Betts (bit.ly/nathanbetts) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Is technology good or bad?" This video is episode 45 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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Grand Inquisitor on Twitter

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592. Why Are You A Christian?

J. Warner Wallace gives the key reason as to why he is a Christian.

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How Victims of Sexual Abuse Can Get the Better of Satan

But there’s a deeper reason that kindness feels terrifying to someone who has been abused. In a sense, kindness “arouses” the body. When someone is kind, it rings the body’s pleasure centers. But victims of abuse can struggle with a sense of guilt and complicity in the way their abusers aroused them. And in those lies, they have come to regard their bodies as dangerous or repulsive.

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On Dying and Reckoning with the Prosperity Gospel

Bowler recently spoke with Christianity Today ’s assistant editor Morgan Lee about how Americans define suffering, what she would embrace from prosperity gospel theology, and how she copes with the loss of control that suffering brings. “It’s very bizarre to be eclipsed by a disease you barely knew existed a couple months ago,” she said. “It’s been a really intense year.”

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The Dark Continent

Leffingwell says the great need in sub-Saharan Africa is why the ONE Campaign is advocating for the Electrify Africa Act, a bill that will reportedly provide 20,000 megawatts of power and bring electricity to 50 million Africans. The goal of the bill, which failed in the Senate once and is being reintroduced, is to provide electricity to Africa through U.S. private sector investment to support national development plans.

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Should Christians be afraid of The Witch? | Think Christian

While its seeming embrace of the occult has earned The Witch an endorsement from no less an authority than The Satanic Temple, that doesn’t mean the movie should be met with irrational fear. For Christian horror-movie fans, it functions as a provocative consideration of the ways religious extremists may be particularly susceptible to the devil’s whims. When it comes to encountering evil, the family in the film veers wildly back and forth between “triumphalism” and “defeatism,” two theological extremes John Stott discusses in The Cross of Christ :

51 William Lane Craig vs Klemens Kappel | "Does God Exist?"
52 The Lent Project
53 Much-Needed Clarity: What “Wonderful Things” Does Planned Parenthood Do?
54 WORLD News Group on Twitter
55 4 Key Points Christian Kids Need to Understand About Evolution
56 Senator Ted Cruz at the National Religious Broadcasters Convention
57 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
58 Josh McDowell on Twitter
59 Does the Bible Tell Christians to Judge Not?
60 Truthbomb Apologetics: How Did the Early Church Leaders Decided Which Books Would Be Included in the New Testament Canon?
61 Updated Article on Jesus’ View of Homosexuality - Stand to Reason Blog
62 Tactless Christianity
63 Renewing Your Mind on Twitter
64 The Poached Egg on Twitter
65 The just way to appoint a Supreme Court Justice | Think Christian
66 What Does the Bible Say about Defending the Faith? - www.ThePoachedEgg.net/mobile
67 Biola University on Periscope
68 Motherhood and the Life of the Mind - Christian Research Institute
69 WORLD | Ballot Boxing: Taking on Trump | Jamie Dean | Feb. 26, 2016
70 Truthbomb Apologetics: Counterpoints: David Silverman vs. William Lane Craig on Objective Moral Truths
71 Is It Intolerant to Claim Christianity Alone Is True? - www.ThePoachedEgg.net/mobile
72 Governor John Kasich’s completely unacceptable remarks about religious liberty
73 Undercover Investigation: Christians Fleeing Violence in Pakistan Are Being Detained in Thailand
74 #Christian Reason Today
75 How Do I Wisely Tell a Professing Believer I Don’t Think They Are Saved?
76 For the Exclusive Claims of Christ by John MacArthur | February 27, 2016
77 The Surprising Trend in This Year’s Best Picture Nominees
78 Contact With Mystery
79 What Happens When the Spirit Falls?
80 http://rickwarren.org/devotional/english/happiness-habit-investments-in-eternity
81 Kanye West Is Putting Out Another Album This Year (and Received a Blessing from Kirk Franklin)
82 The Temptation of Evangelical Politics
83 Donald J. Trump on Twitter
84 New study: parents of four or more kids are happiest
85 WORLD | Kansas shooter served protective order before attack | Leigh Jones | Feb. 26, 2016
86 The Skopos Observer
87 Max Lucado on Twitter
88 Human Dignity and the Colson Task Force Recommendations
89 Renewing Your Mind | The Sending of the Twelve | February 27, 2016