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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.

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Why Max Lucado Broke His Political Silence for Trump

Yes. There was one occasion he held up a Bible. On another occasion, at Liberty University, he read from Scripture. On multiple occasions he’s said “Of course I’m a Christian.” There was a time in Iowa when he said “I’m a Christian,” and somebody asked about forgiveness and he said “I’ve never asked God for forgiveness.”

2
Stephen Curry and the Culture of Self-Trust

The gospel transforms our notion of self-worth and identity because it invites us to embrace a sense of meaning and purpose that’s bigger than ourselves. In Christ, we we’re not demoralized by failure or overly impressed by narrow ideas of success, like football tackles or MVP awards or prestigious scholarships and degrees.

3 Grace to You Radio

Scripture says there is a narrow way that leads to heaven—and a broad road that goes the opposite direction. John MacArthur helps you know which path you’re on in his study The Road to Nowhere .

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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.

5
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.

6
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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The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything

Actress April Castillo Hernandez returns to the show to discuss a miraculous event that happened when she was 12. Listen...

8
Love Is the Main Thing in Saving Faith

If you are a parent or a pastor or a small group leader, or a Christian who cares about helping anyone trust Christ and live by faith, what all this means is that your desire to help the people you serve will include a desire to help them love Christ. This does not mean do things for him. It feels things for him. It means treasure him above all else. Be satisfied in all that God is for us in him.

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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?

10
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.

11
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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https://www.crossway.org/books/unshaken-tpb/

Crawford W. Loritts Jr.  (DDiv, Biola University) is the senior pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in Roswell, Georgia. He has served as a national evangelist with the American Missionary Fellowship and the Urban Evangelistic Mission, and as associate director of Campus Crusade for Christ. He is a frequent speaker at professional sporting events, including three Super Bowls and the NCAA Final Four Chapel, and has spoken at conferences, churches, conventions, and evangelistic outreaches throughout Europe, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and the United States. He is the author of six books, including Leadership as an Identity , Lessons from a Life Coach , and For a Time We Cannot See .

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Donald Trump Refuses To Disavow David Duke Or The KKK

Donald Trump Refuses To Disavow David Duke Or The KKK

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Christian Persecution in China Is Even Worse Than You Thought

It’s also symbolic. When you have a church cross that’s higher than a Chinese flag or is the highest symbol in that region or that city then that is a direct threat to the Chinese government. In some cases, the Chinese government is actually requesting and enforcing that churches raise a national flag, a Chinese flag, higher than their cross.

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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.

17 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.

18
What Happens When the Spirit Falls?

The more we let texts like 1 Corinthians 14 shape our thinking about the Holy Spirit’s gifts and manifestations, we can better identify how God is working among us to do exactly what we have prayed. We ought to work hard at communicating truth about God to one another, all the while recognizing that in all our effort it is not just we who are working with all of our spiritual gifts, but God working in and through us (1 Corinthians 15:10).

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Inerrancy Is a Place to Live

Just as it’s possible to ignore what Scripture says about its own truthfulness, it’s possible to so focus on internecine debates about inerrancy that one forgets to promulgate the gospel, forgets to walk in humility before God in his holiness, forgets to love brothers and sisters in Christ as Christ has loved us. God still says he favors, not those who defend inerrancy, but those who are humble and contrite in spirit and who tremble at his word (Isa. 66:2)—though we must immediately add that if one approaches God with such contrition, humility, and reverent fear before his word, he or she is far more likely to think of the doctrine of inerrancy as something easy to believe.

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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.

23
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.

24
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.

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The Surprising Trend in This Year’s Best Picture Nominees

That said, this is a pretty remarkable batch of films. In a time when much of the country seems hyper-focused on one or two agendas, Hollywood has offered us a group of films with wide-ranging interests, each of them surprisingly moral. How do we treat our enemies? How do we serve self-sacrificially? How do we speak for the oppressed?

26 Student Conferences - Summit Ministries

Summit’s Student Worldview Conferences are intensive two-week retreats designed to teach students (ages 16-22) how to analyze the various ideas that are currently competing for their hearts and minds. Each summer, 10 two-week conferences are held in Colorado, Tennessee, and California. For more information on availability and the particulars of each venue, please click one of the links above.

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Are atheists right to say that you can’t prove a universal negative like “God does not exist”?

So there are two ways to disprove a universal negative. Look where you expect the thing to be evident, and show that the evidence is not there. For example, show evidence that the universe is eternal. You can’t have a Creator if you can show evidence that the universe is eternal. The second way is to show that the concept of God is logically contradictory, e.g. – that the concept of a “timeless person” is self-contradictory. Scholarly atheists try to do this, but this has not filtered down to the rank and file, which is why they still hold to these atheist slogans like “you can’t prove a universal negative”. Of course you can.

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Eric Metaxas asks Ted Cruz about Donald Trump's hair.

User-Created Clip by James A. Smith Sr. February 27, 2016 Eric Metaxas asks Ted Cruz about Donald Trump's hair. Eric Metaxas and Ted Cruz have fun about Donald Trump's hair and his coarse language.

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There’s Going to Be a Flight of the Conchords Reunion Tour

Your favorite New Zealand-based musical comedy duo is getting back together. Flight of the Conchords—aka Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement—have announced that they are embarking on a reunion tour this summer, hitting more than two dozen cities across the country. And, don’t expect it to be all nostalgia. They wrote on Facebook , “We’ve got new material, which we’ll be showcasing on the road.” You can go here to see the full rundown of dates.

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Will You Still Work When the Baby Is Born?

Even after college and marriage, I still assumed I would only be in the marketplace for a few years. Then we’d decide to grow our family, and I would stay home. But after two graduate degrees and many long hours of work, my husband and I were more passionate than ever about our vocations. As my pregnancy progressed, friends, family, co-workers, and even clients were asking the same question: What will you do once the baby is born?

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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.

32 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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https://www.crossway.org/books/word-filled-womens-ministry-tpb/

“Out of both biblical conviction and years of experience, these women think seriously about discipleship, evangelism, intergenerational mentoring, and compassion. Their strength is evident, their commitment to Scripture robust, their joy in the gospel intoxicating, their anticipation of the consummation providing a lodestar to their lives and service. Although this is a book by women to foster “Word-filled women’s ministry,” much of it will be read with equal profit by men. I hope that some of those men will be pastors who in consequence reflect on what they can do encourage such ministry in their own churches.” D. A. Carson , Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; Cofounder, The Gospel Coalition

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Q+A with Oscar Nominee: What’s So Funny About the West Bank?

Khalil knows them well. The son of a Palestinian-Israeli father and British mother, he grew up in Nazareth, near a Carmelite monastery not unlike the one in his film. Oddly enough, he was not allowed to watch movies as a child, developing a love of storytelling from his mother’s reading classic tales to him instead. His father is an evangelist in the Brethren church and runs the well-known Emmaus Bible School in Arab Galilee.

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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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Do supporters of Donald Trump really support what Trump believes?

I’ve had conversations with Trump supporters about some of these issues, and the response I get is that Trump is leading in the polls. I actually sent one Trump supporter who told me this to Real Clear Politics, which catalogs all the polls that are done nationally and at the state level. The polls clear show that Trump does not win against Clinton nationally, and he does even worse against Bernie Sanders. The response of the Trump supporter? All the polls are biased. So, the polls that show Trump in the lead in the Republican primary are not biased, but the polls showing Trump losing to Clinton and Sanders are biased.

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Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel - Kindle edition by Russell D. Moore. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

I enjoyed reading an advanced copy of Onward: Engaging the Culture Without Losing the Gospel by Russell Moore. The book begins with a few chapters summarizing the increasing secularization in the United States (and even in the Bible belt itself), as evangelicals have shifted "from moral majority to prophetic minority." Moore then explains how the already, not-yet nature of the kingdom of God means that our priority, as individual Christians and as churches, should be the reconciliation of sinners to God not the subjugation of those who (sometimes vehemently) disagree with us. The next chapter does a great job explaining how the culture war, in a sense, is nothing new: Going all the way back to the days of Jesus, true Christianity has always been strange and freakish relative to the wider culture. Moore writes: The church is not to be walled up from the broader culture but to speak to it (2 Pet. 2:12), but that can only happen if, as sojourners and exiles, we have something distinctive to say (2 Pet. 2:11). We are called to "proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness," but we can only do so if we remember that we are "a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession" (2 Pet.

39 Senator Ted Cruz at the National Religious Broadcasters Convention

Senator Ted Cruz at the National Religious Broadcasters Convention Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), a candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, made remarks and then participated in a panel discussion moderated by Eric Metaxas at the National Religious Broadcasters Convention. Topics included the Supreme Court, the Internal Revenue Service, presidential candidate Donald Trump, immigration, and various religious issues. This was part of the Presidential Candidates Forum at Proclaim 16, the NRB International Christian Media Convention, held at the Opryland Gaylord Hotel and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee. close

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Forgotten Classics: Dynamics of Spiritual Life

Dynamics of Spiritual Life  proceeds in a linear and systematic fashion by considering the nature of renewal in some depth. Lovelace isn’t writing about revival specifically, although he can’t ignore that. Rather, he addresses the conditions for renewal given what Scripture and church history tell us. In Part I, he measures the current situation (1979) for the church and looks at biblical patterns of renewal. He considers preconditions for renewal (knowing God and our sinfulness); primary elements of renewal (our status in Christ); and secondary elements of renewal (mission, prayer, community, theologian integration, and disenculturation). Renewal in the church is the second and longer part of the book. Here Lovelace offers a cornucopia of insight on the “sanctification gap,” how revivals go wrong, the nature of orthodoxy and ecumenism, the Christian and the arts, a biblical account of social action, and “the prospects for renewal.”

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A Basic Introduction to the Types of Apologetics - www.ThePoachedEgg.net/mobile

Having understood the definition of Christian apologetics , and having seen the biblical support for it along with all of the benefits it provides , we are now in a position to outline the various types of apologetics that one may study. If you are new to the discipline, you may use this outline to direct your study moving forward.

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Christians Should Be Offended By Bad Art

And maybe if there are areas in which we have not been trained, we need to make sacrifices to collaborate with someone who has, paying them at least a fair price for their labor. A songwriter might need accompanying musicians; an author might need a designer to do good work in designing a book cover; a playwright will need actors and a theater to bring her play to life. Good and careful work bears faithful witness to the costly discipleship to which we have been called. And the converse is also true. “Bad Christian art that reflects a lack of investment of time, commitment, craft, or skill, presents the illusion that the Christian life is not worthy or requiring of the same,” writes author and literature professor Karen Swallow Prior .

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46 Alejandro González Iñárritu Talks to CT About ‘The Revenant’

Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu: I think that honestly God is around every moment, in nature and in those beautiful landscapes. We shot at the end of the day every day, at dusk time, which I always say is the time when God speaks. And we have to listen. Every object speaks . . . every plant and every shine in the snow, every tree are like soldiers of this planet. Everything is totally revealed in another level, another dimension. These men were absolutely surrounded by it, but they couldn’t see it. There was a lot of ignorance, a lot of illiterate, young, poor guys who were basically surviving a lot of threats. And between them there was never an understanding but there was a lot of prejudice… And they got kind of lost. Very sadly, that’s kind of the planted seeds of the world we are living now. We are blinded. But I think the beauty of existence is all around all of them, all the time.

47 The Briefing 02-29-16 | AlbertMohler.com

First, looking to Super Tuesday, the Republicans have 13 different contests and the Democrats 11, and as you’re looking at Super Tuesday shaping up, it is clear that on the Republican side it is a far different picture than anyone could’ve imagined just a matter of weeks or months ago. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton’s very convincing victory over the weekend in the South Carolina Democratic primary indicates that she is likely to be extremely successful, especially in the Deep South, with many of the crucial states voting in those areas in the Democratic primaries. On the other hand, on the Republican side, the emergence of Donald Trump as the front runner in the Republican campaign has completely resorted all expectations of the Republican race, and Trump’s ascendancy also raises a host of questions about the future of the Republican Party and about the present of that party in terms of the priorities of the Republican electorate. For the last nine Republican presidential cycles—that means every Republican nomination race going back to 1980—no winning presidential ticket on the Republican side has emerged in which the leading candidates were not solidly identified in one way or another either as American evangelicals or with American evangelicals.

48 The Lent Project

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17 Ways Your Kids Will Encounter Challenges to Their Faith

This is related to number 14, but is worth calling out separately. Under every YouTube video, you’ll find comments. On the one I just described, there are over 13,000. If you want the opportunity to bang your head repeatedly on the table next to you out of spiritual frustration, please read some. The comment sections often take on a life of their own, where your kids will have the opportunity to read all kinds of additional challenges to their beliefs (be assured that nonbelievers often comment on Christian videos as well, so this isn’t a matter of somehow protecting your kids from secular media).

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51 Apologetics Press - La Bendici�n de Dar
52 How 'No Country for Old Men' and 'Spotlight' Help Me Serve a Broken Church
53 Biola Apologetics on Twitter
54 Donald Trump Is a Scam. Evangelical Voters Should Back Away (CP Editorial)
55 We Need to Do More Than Talk About Race
56 The Top Five Reasons Faith is Not What You Think It Is
57 The Top Five Reasons Faith is Not What You Think It Is
58 You Were Never Made to Be 'Productive'
59 Kirk Cameron: how an atheist actor became an evangelical Christian
60 Holding onto hope in Mad Max: Fury Road | Think Christian
61 Is Donald Trump a successful businessman? Let’s look at his record
62 Pastor 'shot dead by his brother' at Ohio church - premier
63 Why We Must Teach Apologetics Unapologetically
64 What are the Top Books to Give a Non-Christian?
65 The Poached Egg on Twitter
66 Brandon Sanderson’s “Calamity” – The Reckoning of Humanity
67 Speaking the Truth in Love: The Role of Apologetics in Pastoral Ministry
68 Christian student against same-sex marriage allegedly expelled from university - premier
69 Are Predestination and Salvation "To Everyone Who Believes" Compatible? - Stand to Reason Blog
70 Did the Apostles Know They Were Writing Scripture? - www.ThePoachedEgg.net/mobile
71 The TC Apologetics Daily
72 Amazon.com: Seven Women: And the Secret of Their Greatness eBook: Eric Metaxas: Kindle Store
73 God, The Beginning and the Big Bang: 10 Quick Points [Updated] - www.ThePoachedEgg.net/mobile
74 Why apologetics is critical for youth ministry
75 Why Shouldn't We Trust What the Non-Canonical Gospels Say About Jesus?
76 What was the Jesus Seminar? Should anyone have taken them seriously?
77 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily
78 The Poached Egg on Twitter
79 The Poached Egg on Twitter
80 Sunday Quote: Dietrich Bonhoeffer on Anthropomorphism and God
81 Eric Metaxas on Twitter
82 William Lane Craig and Peter Slezak | "Did Jesus Rise from the Dead?"
83 Truthbomb Apologetics: How Did the Early Church Leaders Decided Which Books Would Be Included in the New Testament Canon?
84 Updated Article on Jesus’ View of Homosexuality - Stand to Reason Blog
85 Yes, You Are Called to Be a Leader
86 Habits of Grace
87 BreakPoint This Week: The Oscars - A Christian Perspective
88 Dr. Brown Interviews Kim Davis
89 For the Exclusive Claims of Christ by John MacArthur | February 27, 2016
90 Trump Says He's Being Audited Because He's a Strong Christian
91 Christianity & Islam: What Must I Do to Be Saved?
92 Heart, Soul, Mind & Strength
93 While Hollywood Celebrated the Oscars, Hannibal Buress, Ryan Coogler and Ava DuVernay Raised $133K for the People of Flint