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Gay Marriage? A Debate (Anscombe Society, Princeton University)

November 5th, 2014. Princeton University, McCosh Hall. Resolved: The case for same-sex marriage has a rational limiting principle and changing marriage polic...

Megachurch Pastor Ed Young to Baptize Copies of 'Fifty Shades of Grey;' Calls Book a 'Perverted Attempt to Trap Readers'

Just over a week before the steamy "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie opens on Valentine's weekend, controversial founding pastor of the popular Fellowship Church in Dallas, Texas, Ed Young, says he will baptize copies of the book on which the movie is based, calling it a "perverted attempt to trap readers."

You Won't Believe This 10-Year-Old's Powerful Voice When She Sings 'House of the Rising Son'

10-year-old Anna Christine is nervous before getting on stage and playing the piano for "America's Got Talent." But, when she takes a deep breath and starts to perform, she leaves the judges speechless. This performance is like nothing you have ever heard before from a young girl.

10-Year-Old Twins' Sing an Amazing Cover Of 'I'm Yours'- This is a Must-See!

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The Westlake High marching band's impressive performance starts off great and ends even better. First they play, then they welcomed home one of their own member's father from Afghanistan.

16-Year-Old Who Sings Every Time She Attends Church, Stuns the Judges During Her Audition!

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Self-Esteem, Entitlement, and Violence

Sadly, in suburban American parenting, the automatic response to an “affront to self-esteem” is more self-esteem. But Pierre and others suspect that the “promotion of unconditional self‑esteem of children in more affluent family structures instills a kind of”—here’s that word again—“entitlement.”

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The Briefing 02-06-15

A Key Victory for Religious Freedom: Yes, Religious Employers Can Hire (and Fire) for Religious Reasons

3 Calling Things By Their Proper Names

Contrast this kind of politically correct denial with the growing realization in Europe that things must be called by their proper names. The massive march in Paris after the Charlie Hebdo massacres is one sign. Another is the willingness of growing numbers to speak up.

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Dear Justice Kennedy: An Open Letter from the Child of a Loving Gay Parent

If it is undisputed social science that children suffer greatly when they are abandoned by their biological parents, when their parents divorce, when one parent dies, or when they are donor-conceived, then how can it be possible that they are miraculously turning out “even better!” when raised in same-sex-headed households? Every child raised by “two moms” or “two dads” came to that household via one of those four traumatic methods. Does being raised under the rainbow miraculously wipe away all the negative effects and pain surrounding the loss and daily deprivation of one or both parents? The more likely explanation is that researchers are feeling the same pressure as the rest of us feel to prove that they love their gay friends.

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Mom prays, dead son comes back to life

Mom prays, dead son comes back to life A Missouri mother is saying the power of prayer brought her son back to life after he was dead for 45 minutes. But, the teen didn't just survive the accident, he's thriving. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1D0zpqt

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The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily, by Greg West: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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Marley (2012)

Marley (2012) *** 1/2 (out of 4) Director Kevin Macdonald epic look at music legend Bob Marley follows him from his ...

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Pope says spanking OK with conditions

Pope says spanking OK with conditions Pope Francis made the remarks during a Wednesday appearance in St. Peter's Square. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1DLeq9E

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Canadians Have A Right To Assisted Suicide, High Court Says

In a unanimous ruling, Canada's supreme court struck down the country's law that bans doctor-assisted suicide Friday. The court said the law denies people the right "to make decisions concerning their bodily integrity and medical care" and leaves them "to endure intolerable suffering."

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Critics pounce as Obama again shows he isn’t easy on America

Obama spoke a day after meeting with Muslim leaders, in what participants said was his first roundtable with a Muslim-only group since taking office. The Muslim leaders argued that their community has faced unfair scrutiny in the wake of terrorist attacks overseas. Although the White House released only a broad description of the meeting — which touched on issues including racial profiling — participants said it gave them a chance to express their concerns directly to the president.

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When Reading the Bible Through Just Wouldn’t Do

Don’t misunderstand. I am by no means down on the notion of reading the Bible through in a year. I foresee returning to the practice one January when I am able to give myself fully to its rigor. But for now, in my woundedness, I take comfort knowing “a bruised reed he will not break, and a faintly burning wick he will not quench . . .” (Isaiah 42:3). The Puritan theologian Richard Sibbes wrote, “If believers decay in their first love . . . another grace may grow and increase  . . . they sometimes seem not to grow in the branches when they may grow at the root. Upon a check grace breaks out more; as we say, after a hard winter there usually follows a glorious spring.”

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9Marks at Southern

The gospel tells the story of God, man, Christ, and a requisite response. It heralds the news about creation, fall, redemption, and a glorious consummation. And it is the only thing that will build a church. All that other stuff only builds a crowd.

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Why Grammy-Nominated Lecrae Will Never Dominate the Gospel Charts Again

2014 is the final year that most Christian rap/hip-hop songs and albums, like Lecrae's releases, will be broadly eligible for Billboard's Gospel charts. After soliciting feedback from the industry throughout the year, Billboard has discontinued categorizing most Christian rap and hip-hop titles for our Gospel Albums, Gospel Digital Songs, Hot Gospel Songs and Gospel Streaming charts.

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The Gospel in Guatemala

Guatemala is considered by many to be a “Christian” nation, and while I hear people use Jesus’s name all the time, it's usually as a means to other things. Prosperity theology, pastoral abuse, biblical illiteracy, and corrupted ministry practices are all too common. The truth is that Guatemala is not so much “Christian” as it is confused. People know Jesus as a symbol of Christianity but not who he is as the Bible expounds him. Generally speaking, Christianity in Guatemala is dominated by Roman Catholic restrictions, syncretistic paganism, immature leadership, and a tragic misunderstanding of the gospel. There is still much work to be done here.

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God's Not Dead: God's Not Dead: There's Proof Everywhere

Moral arguments for God's existence may be defined as that family of arguments in the history of western philosophical theology having claims about the character of moral thought and experience in their premises and affirmations of the existence of God in their conclusions. Some of these arguments are on all fours with other theistic arguments, such as the design argument. They cite facts that are claimed to be evident to human experience. And they argue that such facts entail or are best explained by the hypothesis that there is a God... Other moral proofs of God's existence take us away from the patterns of argument typical of natural theology. They deal in our ends and motives. These variants on the moral argument for God's existence describe some end that the moral life commits us to (such as the attainment of the perfect good) and contend that this end cannot be attained unless God as traditionally defined exists (

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External Change

If the Bible’s description is accurate, then God’s grace is our only hope. Changing our environment won’t help, so each one of us needs grace – grace that’s not only big enough to rescue us from our sin, but also powerful enough to free us from the self-atoning prison of our own righteousness. Cry out for that grace today and watch the Lord provide in abundance.

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Why Joshua Harris Kissed His Megachurch Goodbye

“Like me, [Mahaney] had never received formal theological training, and the group of churches he led, which grew out of the Jesus Movement in the 1970s, at that time didn’t place a high value on seminary training,” said Harris. “So instead of attending seminary before becoming a pastor, I moved into C. J.’s basement, worked as an intern in the church, traveled the country with him and began preaching. It was on the job training and I soaked up everything C. J. taught me.”

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02. Islam and Christianity: Is it the same God?

Dr. Andy Bannister ( http://bit.ly/andybannister ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Islam and Christianity: Is it the same God?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out "Answering Islam: The Crescent in Light of the Cross" by Norman Geisler and Abdul Saleeb ( http://bit.ly/13zP15K ). This video is episode 2 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": http://bit.ly/sabqvideo More about RZIM Canada: http://www.rzim.ca/

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Parenting for Eternity, Not Just 5 p.m.

“It’s easy to get bogged down in the immediate moment, and it’s hard to lift our eyes to the long term,” Jen Wilkin observes in a new interview with Lauren Hansen. “As a parent of young children, you can’t just be living to get to 5 p.m. You must begin with the end in mind.” She goes on to explain: “Children’s moral development begins around 18 months and is basically set by age 11. So if you wait until your child is 6 or 7 to get serious about parenting, you’ve given over about half the time you have to set their moral framework.”

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Christians Must Practice Their Faith Outside the Church - US News

The call for Christians to “get out of the pew” is hardly new. In the first decades after Christ, St. Paul wrote to Philemon, the leader of a church that met in his home, to encourage him to accept a former slave and ex-prisoner back into his household on grounds of spiritual equality and brotherhood. If followed, Paul's advice would breach social conventions and raise eyebrows. It was this trend toward radical egalitarianism, rather than hypocrisy or judgementalism, that made early Christianity so threatening – and so appealing – to the broader culture around it. And it has continued through the centuries. Churches have long been built alongside public hospitals, orphanages and centers of learning created for the benefit of the entire community, but especially for the poor and marginalized.

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Obama at National Prayer Breakfast: 3 Principles to Oppose Those Who Use Religion for Evil

Three principles can guide people of faith in opposing those, like ISIS, who distort their faith and commit evil acts, President Barack Obama explained Thursday at the National Prayer Breakfast.

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All’s forgiven: IRS re-hires hundreds of employees fired for cause, including tax cheats - Hot Air

No matter. The press has determined that the IRS scandal has been defused. It was a determination they were resolved to make as soon as the damaging scope of the IRS’s abuse of power came to light in nearly two years ago. But the targeting of conservatives is not the only scandal in which the tax agency finds itself caught up. Issa’s charge that the IRS is plagued by corruption seems accurate when the latest revelations are considered. According to a new investigation conducted by the tax administration inspector general, the IRS has rehired a variety of individuals it previously dismissed for poor conduct, including their failure to abide by U.S. tax law.

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Atheism failed me

In the end of my investigation for a God-less universe, I found myself like Peter in John 6. (I tend to so resonate with Peter – impetuous, speaks before he thinks, reckless at times, etc., but always passionate.) By chapter 6 of John’s gospel account, Jesus has fed the thousands, healed the sick, and cast out demons. But now, he’s teaching the crowd what following him really means. The response is heartbreaking. For most of them, it turns out, had no interest in following Jesus. They wanted the sizzle, but not the substance; the blessing, but not the commitment.  In the words of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, they wanted grace that was “cheap” rather than “costly.” In short, they wanted an “A” in the course without doing the homework. And, in verse 66, John records, “It was at this time many of those who followed Jesus turned away and deserted him.” Jesus then turned to the twelve and asked, “Are you going to leave me too?” Peter replied, “Lord, where else would we go? You have the words of eternal life.”

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Federal Court Defends—and Broadens—Ministerial Exception

The Supreme Court in Hosanna-Tabor framed the issue of ministerial exception in a religious-employment lawsuit as “whether the Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses of the First Amendment bar such an action when the employer is a religious group and the employee is one of the group’s ministers.” The Supreme Court found that “Both Religion Clauses bar the government from interfering with the decision of a religious group to fire one of its ministers.”

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Seventh Son

The title character is Tom Ward (Ben Barnes), whose status as a seventh son qualifies him in some vague way to be an apprentice to Master Gregory (Jeff Bridges), a famous Spook. Spooks fight witches using an ambiguous combination of sword play and folk knowledge. Gregory is in pursuit of Mother Malkin (Julianne Moore), the queen of all witches. He used to be in love with her, but for some vague reason he now hates her, and for slightly less vague reasons she returns his loathing.

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Chris Pratt and Chris Evans Made Good on Their Super Bowl Bet

A s you probably know, Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) and Captain America (Chris Evans) faced off in a superheroic Super Bowl bet that ultimately (narrowly) went Captain America's way when the New England Patriots clinched the win. Today, Pratt fulfilled his part of the bargain and visited Christopher’s Haven in Boston, Mass. in full Star-Lord garb. Chris Evans joined him, because he's a good sport and these two are great. They spent all afternoon chilling with the kids in the hospital, handing out presents and (begrudgingly, in Pratt's case) signing Tom Brady jerseys. They even made a combined $27,000 donation to both Christopher's Haven and the Seattle Children’s Hospital Evans would have visited if he lost the bet. So, everyone wins. Except for the Seahawks. And Chris Pratt. But everyone else wins ...

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God Didn’t Design Us for Busy

In past years I lived in fear of never being good/popular/worthy/successful/accomplished enough. I thought that working around the clock and never taking a break was something to be praised. Oh, friend, those days were so hard. And so unproductive in the big picture. I believed that the number in my bank account and the number of followers I had on social media somehow equated to my worth—and in order to increase those numbers, I had to increase my work hours and decrease rest. But where was that really getting me? God designed good work coupled with good rest. He did not design the extremes of busy and lazy. And he gives us a way out of both.

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Officials Predict More Measles Cases After 5 Babies Are Diagnosed In Illinois

Health officials in Illinois are trying to find the source of a measles infection, after five babies were diagnosed with the contagious respiratory disease in a Chicago suburb. Saying that more cases are likely, a health official warns, "The cat is out of the bag."

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Who Are Your 3? Your 12? Your 70? Your Thousands?

We need a handful of close friends. Jesus spent more time with Peter, James, and John than the rest of the disciples, and this was intentional on Jesus’ part. He wasn’t showing favoritism. Rather, Jesus knew that there needed to be a tightly knit core of friends in his life. This is the circle of people with whom we hang out to talk about our spiritual growth and development on the deepest levels. We pour wisdom into them, and they pour it right back into us.

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The Biblical Approach to Spanking

Many people have bought into a bad, stereotypical model of spanking, where out-of-control parents and religious fanatics beat children instead of disciplining them. Not surprisingly, they have rejected it entirely, assuming that since they don't know how to do it right, it shouldn't be done at all. "Extreme spanking" has domi­nated the discussion at the expense of more moderate practices of physical discipline. As a result, a huge segment of the population believes spanking is barbaric, basing that opinion on the abuses rather than the biblical model. But many parents who believe this are having enormous problems at home — constant conflict, high tension, complete loss of control, and no tools to deal with any of it.

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Praise Pours in for “The Drop Box” | Jim Daly

I believe “The Drop Box” is a documentary you won’t want to miss. We’ll be presenting it at select cinemas nationwide on March 3, 4 and 5, 2015. The special event will include an exclusive panel discussion featuring Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife, President of Show Hope, Mary Beth; Brian Ivie, Kelly Rosati, Focus’ vice president of community outreach, and myself.

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Franklin Graham Responds to Obama's ISIS-Christian Prayer Breakfast Comparison: Jesus Lived for Peace, Mohammed Killed Innocent People

"Today at the National Prayer Breakfast, the President implied that what ISIS is doing is equivalent to what happened over 1000 years ago during the Crusades and the Inquisition," Graham wrote. "Mr. President — Many people in history have used the name of Jesus Christ to accomplish evil things for their own desires. But Jesus taught peace, love and forgiveness."

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Why Joshua Harris Kissed His Megachurch Goodbye

“Like me, [Mahaney] had never received formal theological training, and the group of churches he led, which grew out of the Jesus Movement in the 1970s, at that time didn’t place a high value on seminary training,” said Harris. “So instead of attending seminary before becoming a pastor, I moved into C. J.’s basement, worked as an intern in the church, traveled the country with him and began preaching. It was on the job training and I soaked up everything C. J. taught me.”

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Woman Starved Five-Month-Old Baby to Death While She Went Out Partying for Weeks

A woman from Russia has been sentenced to 10 years of hard labor after she starved her 5-month-old baby to death during a two week party binge.

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God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: Atheism Fails as a Worldview: It Lacks Objective Moral Values

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Film places biblical creation in college setting

Copyright (c) 2015 Baptist Press. Reprinted from Baptist Press (www.baptistpress.com), news service of the Southern Baptist Convention. The original story can be found at http://www.bpnews.net/44105/film-places-biblical-creation-in-college-setting Film places biblical creation in college setting by Diana Chandler, posted Tuesday, January 27, 2015 (10 days ago) Tags: creationevolutionmoviesHarry Anderson Tweet LAKE FOREST, Calif. (BP) -- Biblical creation gets a college-themed airing as the origin of humanity in a film scheduled to open on select dates through March. Longtime Christian filmmaker Rich Christiano directs "A Matter of Faith," which features a fictional debate between the Christian father of a college freshman daughter and her professor who teaches evolution.

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Answers in Genesis on Twitter

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Ligonier.org

Few stories contain heroism, betrayal, ricocheting monarchs, bold stands against repressive authorities, and redemption like this one. And fewer generations have modeled commitment to the gospel and the application of God’s Word like the Puritans of England. In this 12-part series, Dr. Michael Reeves surveys Puritan theology and the work of the Holy Spirit when the Reformation flourished in England. Major milestones of this movement underscore the Puritan’s special place in history, as they displayed spiritual wisdom and discernment still benefiting pulpits and believers today.

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Ligonier.org

The familiar narrative of Moses and the burning bush evokes wonder and awe, but do you know God’s motives for revealing Himself to Moses in this manner? In this series, R.C. Sproul examines the biblical account of Moses’ life-altering encounter with the Holy God. Through ten lectures, he explains the meaning behind God’s appearance in the burning bush as well as the importance of His words to Moses. Furthermore, Dr. Sproul demonstrates how the coming of Jesus Christ is foreshadowed in this meeting between God and Moses on holy ground.

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'Pray Away the Gay' Program: Why Doesn't the Black Church Support 'LGBT Rights' as It Did the Civil Rights Movement?

In a feature titled "Don't Ask, Don't Tell in the Black Church," Al Jazeera questions why the black church isn't playing a central role in the movement for "LGBT rights," as the institution did in the African-American civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.

46 God and the Flying Spaghetti Monster | Reasonable Faith

The real lesson to be learned from the case of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is that it shows how completely out of touch our popular culture is with the great tradition of natural theology. One might as well be speaking a foreign language. That people could think that belief in God is anything like the groundless belief in a fantasy monster shows how utterly ignorant they are of the works of Anselm, Aquinas, Leibniz, Paley, Sorley, and a host of others, past and present. No doubt part of the fault lies with equally ignorant Christians who have no answer when called upon to give a reason for the hope within and who therefore give the impression of arbitrary and groundless belief. But it must also be attributed to poor education, intellectual laziness, and a lack of curiosity. Given the revival of natural theology in our day over the last half century, we have no excuse for such lame caricatures of theistic belief as belief in the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

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God, Science & the Big Questions: Leading Christian Thinkers Respond to the New Atheism

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org Join John Lennox, William Lane Craig, JP Moreland, and Hugh Hewitt for this fast-paced, wide-ranging and supremely stimulating discussion among some of the finest thinkers in the Christian world. Nothing is off the table as they discuss science vs. Christianity, arguments for God, the decline of Darwinism, radical Islam and the Gospel, responding to skeptics, the problem of consciousness, mathematics and the cosmos, the nature of knowledge, and much, much more. Originally broadcast live from Biola University on Friday, January 30th, 2015. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: http://www.youtube.com/drcraigvideos Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/reasonablefa...

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ISIS Is Crucifying, Burying Iraqi Children Alive; Using Mentally-Challenged Kids as Suicide Bombers, Says UN Watchdog

In issuing its first report on the plight of Iraqi children for the first time since 1998, the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child painted a horrifying glimpse into how the Islamic State terrorist organizations is beheading, crucifying, and even burying alive religious minority children.

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Wife tells husband: Agree to give up our baby with Down’s syndrome or I’m divorcing you - Hot Air

“The mother refused to even look at or touch the newborn for fear of getting attached in a society where defects are not accepted, often bringing shame on the family involved.” says the, er, GoFundMe donations page set up by Forrest to help him pay for Leo’s return to New Zealand and care for the next year. It stands at a cool 260,000 bucks and counting as I write this. The amount of money involved makes it seem suspicious: As a sob story, you can scarcely do better than “struggling single parent loves disabled child, even if his own mom doesn’t.” If it’s a scam, though, how do you explain the fact that ABC was able to track down little Leo’s mother? What woman would pretend to be this callous and put her own name to it, knowing how much venom is coming her way? It’s so awful, it almost has to be legit. No one would cop to this unless they were sincerely guilty.

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How to start the year with solitude - Converge

Solitude is not like a typical “resolution” which feeds our compulsion to find a sense of value in accomplishment. Rather, solitude is an awkward, nail-biting practice that forces us to meet the discomforting distress of our own sin. Like sitting in the dentist’s chair, in solitude, you sit in God’s chair, and He does the long, painful work of addressing your pains and needs. But it’s worthwhile: the Christian practice of solitude can foster Christian virtue and help reorient our affections for Christ. While solitude intensifies vulnerable questions of identity, Christ does His work to make us new.

51 Lee Strobel on Twitter
52 7 Bible Verses on Learning From Mistakes to Become a Stronger Christian
53 Ligonier.org
54 RELEVANT Podcast: Jennie Allen
55 Did God Invent Evil?
56 Letter From Hank - Christian Research Institute
57 WORLD | Bless those who persecute you | Nick Eicher | Feb. 6, 2015
58 InterVarsity Victory in Sex Discrimination Case Is Good News for All Parachurch Ministries
59 Expert: Bruce Jenner victim of exploitation
60 Man's fallible opinion vs. God's perfect word: who wins?
61 Catholic League's Bill Donohue Says Obama Should Apologize for Using Crusades as Example of 'Terrible Acts' by Christians; Says Crusades Fought Against Islamic Jihad
62 Prayer and Fast Update | Reasonable Faith
63 7 Key Differences Between Protestant and Catholic Doctrine
64 Is Billy Graham an Evangelical?
65 The Twenty-First Century Explained In One Depressing Image
66 Will the Real Unicorn Please Stand Up?
67 Reformed Forum Vos Group #13 — The Angel of Jehovah
68 Defenders 3 Podcast: Doctrine of Revelation | Reasonable Faith
69 Francis to Become the First Pope to Address Joint Session of Congress
70 2 Factors to Consider Before You Move
71 Boko Haram Mimics ISIS in Brutality, Creating Caliphate With 20,000-Square-Mile, Belgium-Sized Territory, Warns Open Doors Head
72 TGC Spotlight 02.06.15
73 Bruce Jenner—In Transition Or Psychological Crisis?
74 Denny Burk on Twitter
75 Ligonier.org
76 Empires and Mangers: Attack On Titan
77 Are You Fighting the New Greed?
78 Ligonier Ministries on Twitter
79 Chris Rosebrough on Twitter
80 Ligonier.org
81 What criteria do historians use to get to the minimal facts about the historical Jesus?
82 You Say You Want a Revolution? - Christian Research Institute
83 Free Ebook: Are You Putting Your Church At Risk?
84 WORLD | Civilians flee as rebels gain ground in Ukraine | Jill Nelson | Feb. 6, 2015
85 http://catalystconference.com/read/criticism-hurts/
86 Chris Rosebrough on Twitter
87 When the Church Is Crazy About Broken People
88 What Were the Crusades? Busting Some Myths | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes
89 WORLD | Canada’s Supreme Court grants constitutional right to assisted suicide | Daniel James Devine | Feb. 6, 2015
90 Solid Reasons on Twitter