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Christie, Rubio get personal in debate clash

Christie mocked Rubio's speaking style; Rubio responded by attacking Christie's character.

Are Our Bodies the Product of "Unintelligent Design"?

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

Jimmy Kimmel Brought 'Jesus' on to Read Quotes From Presidential Candidates

Sure, many Christians will find the show's irreverent depiction of Jesus offensive. But the truly interesting part is that this segment ends up being less funny and more of an indictment of the current political climate. And, unexpectedly, Kimmel may cause some Christians to pause and think about their politics in light of their faith. Check it out:

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7 Things Christians Need to Remember About Politics

The country is not going to be destroyed if your candidate loses. As 2 Timothy 1:7 says, “God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” Stand up and demonstrate what God has given you. America has functioned—albeit, at varying levels of success—for years under the direction of alternating Democrat and Republican control, and at every flip, the other side thought it was the end of the world. It’s not. And if we’re a Church that believes God is in control, we have to believe that He is the one in control of the end times—not whoever's in office now, and not whoever succeeds them.

Televangelism Has Started to Come to Netflix

You may start noticing a new trend on Netflix. This December, sermon series from four prominent pastors—Joyce Meyer, Steven Furtick, Andy Stanley and Ed Young—were all added to the streaming content platform as part of a new effort led by Young to get Christian teachings on Netflix. In an interview with RNS , the executive director of marketing for Joyce Meyers said that Netflix asked that the pastors avoid promoting products and soliciting donations, but was relatively open when it came to the content of the sermons. Young told RNS, “Jesus said that we should become fishers of men. If I’m going to catch the most fish, I’ve got to put a lot of hooks in the water. But I’m most excited about Netflix right now.”

3 Grace to You Radio

With people’s thoughts turning to Valentine’s Day this month, it’s a good time to examine true, biblical love, and how to apply it to all your relationships. John MacArthur helps with that in his study The Greatest of These .

Wheaton College Backs Away from Plan to Terminate Larycia Hawkins

In a February 2 letter, Stan Jones told faculty, “I communicated to Dr. Hawkins that I recognize her as a sister in Christ, and that it was never my intent to call the sincerity of her faith into question. I asked Dr. Hawkins for her forgiveness for the ways I contributed to the fracture of our relationship, and to the fracture of Dr. Hawkins’ relationship with the College. While I acted to exercise my position of oversight of the faculty within the bounds of Wheaton College employment policies and procedures, I apologized for my lack of wisdom and collegiality as I initially approached Dr. Hawkins, and for imposing an administrative leave more precipitously than was necessary.”

3 Things to Remember When You’re in a Season of Waiting

So when the snow began to fall … and fall ... and fall some more, I decided I wasn’t going anywhere. I was going to stay put. Wait it out. Enjoy a few days of trapped, hibernating quiet. And for a while, the beauty of the snow and the coziness of my warm apartment had me waiting in sheer bliss. Hot cocoa was made. Netflix binges were had. I got some work done that might have gone neglected otherwise. I took bubble baths. Had a chat with God. Read a book. I was snug as a bug in a rug.

10 Ways to Do Adulthood Well

We hold on to bitterness against others as if we’ve never hurt anyone. We get moody. We’re quick to be bothered. We treat people according to how they make us feel, not according to who they are. We’re slow to forgive other’s flaws while expecting them to forget about ours. We almost like being offended sometimes. We react to life instead of responding to it. Ultimately, we don’t control our emotions; we let our emotions control us. Doing adulthood well requires that we get a handle on our emotions. Think before you react, speak or tweet. Adulthood is a daily and gradual process of choosing maturity over immaturity.

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SEXUAL CHAOS LAWS! Some try to change reality to fit their behavior instead of changing their behavior to fit reality. They claim that nobody should impose their values on them but they can impose their "sexual ethics" on others. Learn about the insane laws that will be coming to a city near you! Petitions put forth to add gender protections and allow ANYONE to use ANY public bathroom they want.

5 Verses Christians Like to Ignore

The Sermon on the Mount is one of Jesus’ most radical messages. In verse 38 of Matthew 5, Christ turns old logic on its head and asks His followers to think about their “enemies” in a new way. We’re all most likely familiar with Jesus’ command turn the other cheek (“If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also”), but the heart of the message isn’t just about forgiveness; it’s also about a posture of grace and compassion—not defensiveness.

The Proverbs 31 Man

The mega-grace we enjoy in the gospel gives us the power, the vision, and the heart to build one other up (Eph. 4:29). Brothers, it’s no longer us who live, but Christ who lives in us (Gal. 2:20). The ultimate Proverbs 31 man is alive and well in the heavenly places, leading us, guiding, us, empowering us, and conforming us into his image. The Proverbs 31 man is more than a neat way to go about husbanding—it’s the way of Christ. He rejoices over his bride. He encourages us, walks with us, and fills us with his Spirit. Jesus Christ is the Proverbs 31 man in the flesh. Let’s draw near to him and he will draw near to us—and then we, and the homes we lead, will never be the same.


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Books, Blogs, & Resources for Church Leaders – February 5, 2016

Why Don't More Churches Ask Women to Lead?

According to a Barna study , the majority of Christian women believe they are making the most of their gifts and potential at church. However, not all women are thriving. Many are “frustrated by their lack of opportunities at church and feel misunderstood and undervalued by their church leaders.” One in five feel under-utilized. Thirty-seven percent of women believe their church would have more effective ministry if women were given more opportunities to lead. And 41% of women say they have more opportunities to lead outside of their church. The numbers point at important realities and questions—Is Christ’s body missing out on a treasure trove of gifts? Why don’t more churches ask women to lead? What can we do to cultivate the leadership gifts of women?

The Consequences of Forgiven Sin

By the power of truth and the Spirit, we must learn to revel in the grace of God, the forgiveness of sins, the hope of glory, the joy of the Lord at the very same time that we may be suffering from the consequences of forgiven sin. We must not equate forgiveness with absence of painful impact. David’s life is a vivid illustration of this truth. May God give us the grace to learn it and live it.

The Need for Apologetics

God Commands It: The most important reason to do apologetics is that God told us to do so. The classic statement is 1 Peter 3:15, which says, 'But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.' This verse tells us to be ready. We may never run across someone who asks tough questions about our faith, but we should still be ready to respond if someone does. Being ready is not just a matter of having the right information available, it is also an attitude of readiness and eagerness to share the truth of what we believe. We are to give a reason to those who ask the questions. It is not expected that everyone needs pre-evangelism, but when they do need it, we must be able and willing to give them an answer.

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Debunking Silly Statements About the Bible

Second, Christian scholars have been exceedingly careful to document—in actual books that you can buy, if you’re willing to shell out the money—the most significant variants  along with  an analysis of each one like the kind we’ve done here. Of course you’re free to disagree with any one of the conclusions those scholars reach; Christians have fun arguing about this kind of thing all the time. But the point is that, again, there’s no conspiracy to pull the wool over anyone’s eyes. Where there are variants to be reckoned with, Christians are wide open about that fact, precisely because we believe those variants—and the reasons behind why they exist in the first place—can help us determine to a decisively high degree of probability what the original New Testament documents really said.

God Doesn't Promise You'll Be 'Successful'

We serve a paradoxical God, one who says that worldly gain is loss if it costs you your soul. That in foolishness there is wisdom and that in dying we live. That in failure there is redemption. Jesus does not promise us earthly success if we choose to follow him, because earthly success was never his aim. What he does promise us is a future so glorious that it cannot be fully described in human language (1 Cor. 2:9).

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What does that tell us? It tells us that this Massachusetts-based confectioner who has been making sweetheart candy now for 150 years considers it both fresh and safe to come out in favor of same-sex marriage by featuring as the supposedly iconic couple for their 2016 Valentine’s Day campaign, an octogenarian gay couple from Dallas, Texas. And so we find ourselves the morning after the Super Bowl looking at the fact that repeatedly, over the course of the past several days, we’ve seen how worldview and moral change are driven by and reflected by advertising campaigns: Doritos that, by the way, recently had a controversial ad campaign with rainbow colored Doritos, and then we’re looking at NARAL’s response, then we see this story about Sweethearts by Necco and the fact that they’ve chosen the two 80-year-olds who are now legally married in Texas, two men as the featured couple for their current sweethearts advertising campaign. And then we see the professor at Boston University explaining why this is so timely and she says it’s because companies want to be a part of the topical conversation.

Lean in on Sunday Morning

Leaning in on Sunday morning has less to do with the posture of your body, and more to do with the stance of your soul — whether your heart is constricted and closed in corporate worship, or swelling in hope and expanding with expectation. Whether you have an attitude of anticipation, or whether society’s increasing cynicism about everything under the sun has come home to roost in your own chest. Whether you’re ready to give the benefit of the doubt to miscues up front and distractions around you in the pews, or are waiting for another excuse to disengage.

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Why Do Christians Fast?

So several things stand out in that passage. One is that Jesus says, “ When you fast,” not “ If you fast.” That is what I mean when I say it seems that he expects that his followers will be fasting. But even more clear in this passage is that Jesus insisted that our fasting not be for the sake of impressing other people. In fact, we should go out of our way, he says, as much as possible — washing our face, combing our hair — to keep other people from knowing that we are fasting. And that gives fasting for Christians a radically Godward focus. And in that sense fasting is a great test and confirmation that God is real to us, since in many situations God is the only person who knows you’re fasting. And the discipline can’t impress anybody, and all it can do is test whether you and God are really having a transaction here.

A Plea to the Mission Minded

Behold suburbia, the mission field for whom our hearts do not break. We hold them in contempt as those who have heard and spurned the gospel. Their failing marriages, rebellious children, and quiet addictions stir in us weariness and wariness: This is their own doing. This is the fruit of their commonplace lives of capitulation and mediocrity. Suffering and loss may visit them, but they still drive to hospitals and gravesites in late-model SUVs. Why should we pour out our lives on the rocky soil of suburban America when, for the price of a plane ticket, we can till the fertile fields of Africa, Asia, South America?

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J. I. Packer is widely recognized as a pillar of 20th-century evangelicalism and has had a profound impact on millions of Christians living today. Now in his late eighties, Packer still exerts an enormous influence on pastors and laypeople around the world through his many books, articles, and recorded lectures—works that overflow with spiritual wisdom related to the Christian life. In this soul-stirring book, well-known pastor Sam Storms explores Packer’s legacy and profound insights into prayer, Bible study, the sovereignty of God, the Christian’s fight against sin, and more, offering readers the chance to learn from a true evangelical titan.

The Importance of Apologetics.

Christianity Is Under Attack! Are You Equipped With The Truth? ————— But in your hearts set Christ apart as holy [and acknowledge Him] as Lord. Always be ready to give a logical defense to anyone who asks you to account for the hope that is in you, but do it courteously and respectfully. ― 1 Peter 3:15 [AMPC] Buy Book:

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3 Ways Our Culture Is Different than Every Other Culture in History

To challenge our culture’s inverted moral compass, we must also help people see that dying to self is the path to life—that what happens to Ebenezer Scrooge is a better picture of the human ideal than what’s preached in the self-help section at Barnes & Noble. Opposing biblical-behavior deviations is important but more surface-level; we must go deeper to show that the whole substratum of the Christian life is “let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me” (Mark 8:34). Until we establish that the key to life is repentance, our hermeneutical arguments will have limited persuasiveness.

Breaking Through the Despair of Unbelief

“I was brought up in an evangelicalism that was quite rationalistic,” he said in a recent interview with Desiring God, as he reflected on his past. “I went to a private school and then to Cambridge University, and that meant really until the age of 21 I had been told, ‘You are the best and the brightest.’ There certainly was a huge amount of pride in me. I felt Jesus would be honored to have me on his team, and I was confident that I was bright enough to establish the reliability of Christianity for myself and make it logically sound and tight for others. And then it all fell apart.”

1 Peter 2:21–25, Part 1: Jesus Suffered to Keep You from Sinning

Jesus promised us that his followers would suffer unjustly for bearing his name. In this lab, John Piper explains how we return good for evil, even when it seems like evil is winning. He shows that Jesus died for you in more ways than one, and demonstrates how each way speaks into the opposition we face from the world.

Dr. Brown Calls Out CNN

Dr. Brown calls out CNN's reporting of the Ted Cruz-Ben Carson, Iowa caucus controversy, stating that they are either lying or in complete denial.

WORLD | Kasich clinches second-place finish | Leigh Jones | Feb. 9, 2016

Both candidates were predicted to win and took an early lead in the first few precincts revealing results. Although Trump easily won his contest, the rest of the Republican field remains locked in a tight race for second, third, and fourth place. Those positions could be even more important than the first-place finish for the party’s establishment base as it looks to coalesce around one candidate who can take on Trump in the rest of the primary contests.

27. Why are Christians so judgemental?

Nathan Betts ( of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Why are Christians so judgemental?" This video is episode 27 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": More about RZIM Canada:

How to Find More Meaning at Work

After all, getting to the goal is not all that exists. Sometimes, the trip is just as great as the destination. If vacation was only composed of the arrival at a destination and getting back home, what rest would it give? Vacation is about the trip, and work can be the same, if we choose to find meaning in the process rather than just the product.

Russian Fans Melting Down Gold to Make Leonardo DiCaprio the Oscar He Deserves

It may be cold in Siberia, but the people's hearts are warm with burning passion for Leonardo DiCaprio. Russians in far northeastern Yakutia are gathering their gold and silver in order to melt it down into an Oscar silhouette for the actor. The "Oscar for Leo" project is headed up by a woman named Tatyana Yegorova, who recently told Russia's TASS news agency that after she and other longtime fans saw The Revenant , they decided it was high time DiCaprio was awarded an Oscar. The Yakutia version of the Oscar statue will vary slightly from they official statue. Instead of grasping a sword, he will be holding a Choron, the traditional three-legged goblet "symbolizing peace and expressing the people's love for the actor." And the Oscar figure's head will look toward the sky because, according to Yegovora, "when a person looks at the sky, the stars, only then does he realize his true purpose and become a part of nature," which is a sentiment that is more beautiful than the shiny little statue itself. Over 100 fans have donated to the cause so far, and even though they don't know how they will get the statue to Leo yet, they're hopeful that they will find a way.

5 Reasons You Should (Probably) Leave Your Attractional Church

Excellent article, thank you. Reading the comments here I can empathize with many who are struggling with decisions whether to stay or go… Tough situations to face. My own story is similar. I have challenged the leadership of 3 previous churches which ultimately resulted in me leaving when it was clear they would not yield to the challenge. I believe the problem centres around an unbiblical leadership structure where you have a person called a ‘Pastor’ at the head, who is generally Not pastorally gifted, and they seem to believe their position is unchallengeable. My belief of the Church is drawn from the pages of the Bible, most notably Ephesians 4, where it states that, “God Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, some pastors and some teachers…” These of course should be supported with elders and deacons, and then of course every other body part should also play it’s part. There is no total position of CEO in a church, but I keep meeting people who act as though there were. The Church I am in currently is very ‘nice’, but does not challenge with the gospel really.

Please Convince Me

This concept of “necessary” existence is not easily grasped at first. Many skeptics will contend that “existence” is not an attribute at all. Imaginary things don’t actually exist, they will say, so they consist of nothing. This line of argument can quickly devolve into an argument over definitions, with the skeptic insisting that it is nonsensical to consider a thing which does not exist. This assumption allows them to defeat Anselm’s argument – they write “necessary existence” out of the set of characteristics of God – but a moment’s reflection should reveal that this comes at too high a price. I can conceive in my mind of many past historical figures whose attributes I can describe in detail but who do not presently exist, for they have passed away. More importantly, every scientific discovery or invention must first begin in the mind of a person who sees the attributes of the thing before it actually takes form. The automobile, for instance, did not create itself; it first appeared in the mind of an inventor who could see what it would consist of if it did exist, and then set about adding “existence” to its attributes.

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ISIS Supporter Caught by FBI Was Planning to Shoot Up a 6,000 Member Megachurch

"I tried to shoot up a church one day. I don't know the name of it, but it's close to my job. It's one of the biggest ones in Detroit. Ya, I had it planned out. I bought a bunch of bullets. I practiced a lot with it. I practiced reloading and unloading. But my dad searched my car one day and he found everything. He found the gun and the bullets and a mask I was going to wear," the ISIS supporter allegedly said, according to the affidavit .

Facebook Q&A With David Platt

A multiplicity of religions exist in the world, all claiming to hold the truth (or at least some truth) about who we are, how we got here, what we’re doing, and where we’re going. Billions of people believe in Christianity, while others embrace Islam. Some are Hindu and others are Buddhist. Amidst it all, many are atheist, or at the very least agnostic.

What to Give Up for Lent 2016? Consider Twitter's Top Ideas

Here is Smith's final total of the top 100 most-mentioned Lenten sacrifices (both serious and cynical) in 2015. (The list covers tweets from February 14 to 21 that mention giving up something for Lent and, except as noted, excludes retweets.)

Will Women Be Forced to Register for the Military Draft?

A likely reason for the increased support is a foolish and historically ignorant belief that the military draft is an outdated institution and will never be used in the future. While the draft has indeed been dormant for forty-two years, it is likely to return during America’s next large-scale conflict. The reason the draft will be needed is obvious: relative to some other nations, the U.S. is woefully lacking in manpower. Currently, the armed forces is comprised of about 2 million men and women, both on active duty and in the reserves. The potential pool of draft eligible young men (ages 18-25) on file with the Selective Service is approximately 16 million. In contrast, China has an available manpower of 750 million —more than twice the entire population of the United States. They also have over 100 million draft eligible men, with nearly 20 million men in China reaching military age every year. Although it has less manpower than China, Russia also has about 45 million men of draft age. If we were to face either or both of those countries in violent conflict, the draft would need to be implemented in the U.

45 Colson's Speech

In addition to honoring Chuck’s life and ministry at the award ceremony and dinner, you’ll get to participate in what has become a premier conference to equip, unite, and mobilize believers to live out the Christian worldview and that spirit of cultural renewal—exactly what Chuck was talking about in his final speech.


“Think about the things that are good and worthy of praise. Think about the things that are true and honorable and right and pure and beautiful and respected.” (Philippians 4:8 NCV) The battle with stress in your life is going on between your ears. The battle is in your mind! It’s in your thought life. What you fill your mind with determines the level of stress in your life. If you want peace of mind, you’re going to have to start controlling what you allow in it. Whatever you put in your mind is going to come out in your life. The Bible says to “think about the things that are good and worthy of praise. Think about the things that are true and honorable and right and pure and beautiful and respected” (Philippians 4:8 NCV). If you want to lower your stress, you have to change what you think about and control what you allow in our mind. In this verse, the Bible gives us eight tests for whether we should allow something in our mind or not. Ask yourself, “Is it good? Is it worthy of praise? Is it true? Is it honorable? Is it right? Is it pure? Is it beautiful? Is it respected? Doesn’t that sound like television? Not at all! Television is getting worse and worse.

Trump, eminent domain, a widow's house, and a limousine parking lot

For more than 30 years Vera Coking lived in a three-story house just off the Boardwalk in Atlantic City. Donald Trump built his 22-story Trump Plaza next door. In the mid-1990s Trump wanted to build a limousine parking lot for the hotel, so he bought several nearby properties. But three owners, including the by then elderly and widowed Ms Coking, refused to sell.

Do Not Fear the Hard Things of Marriage

Jesus, who walks with us, bears his own scars testifying of personal pain. He walked his own dark valley and now sympathizes and intercedes for us. Willingly, Christ placed himself under the curse of this world, so he could protect us from our own wickedness and eternal damnation. He paid the price to make us his beloved sheep and he will take great care of those who cost his own life. A Good Shepherd lays down his life for his sheep; we have such a shepherd and with him we will not fear the hard things of marriage.

49 Biblical Qualifications for Political Leadership

Fidelity: Faithfulness to one’s wife was a prerequisite for ruling ancient Israel. The collapse of the first Jewish state was due in no small degree to the kings’ immoral lifestyles, the examples they set, and the judgment of God that followed. It is worth remembering, too, that a leader who would lie to his or her spouse would lie to his or her country. We saw that happen in 1998, and with it came great social and political turmoil, not to mention a moral wounding of our nation’s youth. A leader who boasts of his sexual exploits should give all Americans great concern.

3 Reasons Election Season Is Good For You

Amid the lament, however, thoughtful citizens have opportunities to celebrate what is good about this presidential campaign. This can be taken too far, of course. But we can assume a healthy posture between venerating and vilifying this election season for three reasons.

51 An Ambassador to the ‘Spiritual but Not Religious’
52 Pork, Chicken, and Witnessing to Your Muslim Neighbor
53 Josh McDowell on Twitter
54 The Greatest Joy Is Still to Come
55 C.S. Lewis Inst-Chi on Twitter
56 Larry Alex Taunton on Twitter
57 Practical Lutheranism: Luther on the 5th Commandment and Refugees
58 What Is Gospel-Shaped Worship?
59 The Most Neglected Spiritual Discipline
60 How the Church Helps Marriages Thrive
61 The Christian Post on Twitter
62 Kindle 4 Christ on Twitter
63 The Poached Egg on Twitter
64 Southern Seminary on Twitter
65 An atheist who can’t help believing in God
66 The Poached Egg on Twitter
67 Is C.S. Lewis’s Liar-Lord-or-Lunatic Argument Unsound?
68 Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and Other God Substitutes - Kindle edition by Nancy Pearcey. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @
69 The Poached Egg on Twitter
70 Does the Faith of a Presidential Candidate Matter?
71 Pro-Abortionists Mad at Doritos For Showing Ultrasound, 'Humanizing Fetus'; Have They Lost Their Minds?
72 Renewing Your Mind | Providence or Chance? | February 9, 2016
73 Developing Our Second Bests
74 Update: Wheaton College Asks for Controversial Prof's Forgiveness
75 A Spiritual Revolution on Dangerous Ground
76 Think It Not Strange: Fiery Trials and the Testimony of Christ
77 The Law Always Condemns, The Gospel Always Saves. Or, why I'm a Lutheran.
78 Thursday, February 4, 2016 - The Eric Metaxas Show
79 CRI on Twitter
80 Human Dignity and Justice Reform
81 The Beauty and Challenge of Singleness
82 The Zika Virus Might Cause Some Olympians to Skip Out on Rio
83 Has Archaeology Proven the Gospel of John? | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes
84 The Question CNN Refuses to Answer, and the Apology It Refuses to Give Ted Cruz | The Stream
85 A Group Is Building the World’s Second Largest Cross, Because Texas
86 “Transparent” and the Art of Propaganda Squads
87 The TC Apologetics Daily
88 CRI on Twitter
89 Factual Doubt - Gary Habermas, PhD
90 Bible study: what difference does the resurrection of Jesus make?
91 4 questions every church should ask a missionary candidate