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Muslim convert to Christianity Nabeel Qureshi: 'Christ has revolutionised my life' | Christian News on Christian Today

Qureshi told Christian Today: "There is a basis to believe in Jesus. He rose from the dead. You can check that histroically. You don't have to believe it on blind faith. The Koran says if you believe Jesus is God, you will go to hell. (ch 5:72) whereas Romans (10:9) tells us we need to believe that to be saved. So they are exactly contrary. Therefore you cannot be both Christian and Muslim."

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McDonalds Ad Featuring Son Coming Out as Gay Blasted for 'Polluting Young Minds' by Religious Groups

A McDonald's ad in Taiwan featuring a son coming as gay to his father is being criticized by religious groups in the country for "polluting young minds."

On Teaching the Evolution Controversy, Misconceptions from Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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

Sorry, Animal Rights Activists -- Nature Reports on Meat's Importance for Brain Development

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

Why Past History Cannot Be Infinite: There Must Be a Beginning

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

Science and the "Darkness of the West"

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

Did Jesus Say He Was God? (Podcast) - Apologetics Guy

Podcast – Did Jesus Say He Was God? Did Jesus say he was God? While most people who read the Bible find it easy to agree that he did, the historicity of Jesus’ claim to be divine has been challenged in the public square. In this episode of the Table Podcast, I guest host the show, …

Driven By Truth

Worldviews run deep. They are the lens through which we interpret life and the foundation for what we hold dear. Is your worldview driven by the truth of God’s Word? How can you “prepare your mind for action” (1 Pet 1:13)? How can you resist being “deluded by plausible arguments” (Col 2:4)? God’s Word provides the Christian’s hope and all that is “necessary for life and godliness” (2 Pet 1:3). God’s Word is a deep well and an immovable foundation. It is strong enough to stand against competing worldviews and satisfying enough to fuel a life driven by the Glory of God and the hope of Christ!

Biblical Ethics vs. the Ethics of the Qur’an - Christian Research Institute

If a Muslim was reading the Bible and came to the story of Lot and his daughters, wouldn’t he think the Bible is unethical?, 1-888-7000-CRI

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Ted Cruz for President

We supported Cruz’s campaign in 2012 because we saw in him what conservatives nationwide have come to see as well. Cruz is a brilliant and articulate exponent of our views on the full spectrum of issues. Other Republicans say we should protect the Constitution. Cruz has actually done it; indeed, it has been the animating passion of his career. He is a strong believer in the liberating power of free markets, including free trade (notwithstanding the usual rhetorical hedges). His skepticism about “comprehensive immigration reform” is leading him to a realism about the impact of immigration that has been missing from our policymaking and debate. He favors a foreign policy based on a hard-headed assessment of American interests, one that seeks to strengthen our power but is mindful of its limits. He forthrightly defends religious liberty, the right to life of unborn children, and the role of marriage in connecting children to their parents — causes that reduce too many other Republicans to mumbling.

An Open Letter to John Kerry: Genocide Against Assyrian and Other Iraqi and Syrian Christians in ISIS-Controlled Territory - Philos Project

Interested Organizations submit this letter in support of the Department of State’s current investigation. We commend the State Department for undertaking this grave and important review. As many governments, legislative bodies, non-governmental organizations, and world leaders have already concluded, the available evidence demonstrates that ISIS’s actions rise to the level of genocide. Furthermore, we understand that recent information received from on-the-ground interviews in the region and other sources establishes without question that ISIS is committing genocide and makes clear that claims that it is offering jizya or dhimmi status are a publicity stunt or extortion payments that pervert these classical terms. Nothing akin to the classic jizya discussed herein is being offered to the Assyrian and other Iraqi and Syrian Christians. This newly gathered information will be presented shortly in a letter to be filed by In Defense of Christians and the Knights of Columbus. While the lack of jizya or dhimmi leaves ISIS’s actions without any excuse, this letter focuses on the equally important legal and factual reality, detailed herein, that any so-called dhimmi contract and jizya tax ISIS purportedly offers Christians cannot preclude a finding of genocide.

3 Ways the Gospel Changes Marriage

Every single sin flows from the reservoir of self. We displace God and others in favor of ourselves. It is disastrous and painful. Nowhere is this inversion more glaring and hurtful than in marriage. But when the gospel comes home there are pronounced changes on this front. The irritable wife becomes patient and kind with her husband because Jesus was patient and kind with her. The self-absorbed husband finds more joy in learning about his wife’s interests than the side-story of his favorite athletes. This is because he realizes that she was made by God and for God as well as the truth that the Spirit continues to powerfully work more of Christ into her life. This is attractive and compelling in a way that home-runs and touchdowns can’t ever be. The gospel comes home and turns our hearts away from ourselves (selfishness) and towards our spouse (service).

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@ClintKPoppe @piratechristian confessional Lutherans know that lay and ordained are two different things; only ordained in Office

5 Metaphors for Your Church Membership

At first blush, “membership” may sound unattractive to us because it sounds commercial. In reality, however, membership is thoroughly biblical. Born again, we become members of Christ’s royal family, members of his body, living stones in his temple, even spiritually one with him in marriage. From these metaphors we get an entirely new picture of membership—one that isn’t foreign to the church. Rather, the church is its membership.

Extraordinary Earth

And just how alone? Zackrisson estimates that given all the factors that make Earth what it is, our planet may be one in 700 quintillion to host intelligent life. That’s one out of seven followed by twenty zeros, or the estimated number of planets in the entire universe.

Georgia Governor Invokes the Bible Against Christian Conscience

The claim that we must violate our conscience because Jesus would not want us to “discriminate against anybody” is incoherent and unbiblical. But it’s Gov. Deal’s direct threat to the religious liberty of Christians that is most offensive.  If this poor exegesis was made by an ordinary Christian layman it would be an excusable offense. Low levels of Biblical literacy combined with a desire to fit in with the secular culture have led many Christians to draw similar conclusions. Most ordinary Christians, however,  do not have the power to compel Christians to violate their conscience or face the wrath of the state in the way that Gov. Deal does. And he is implying that he’s willing to use government force to compel anyone who thinks differently about the issue than he does. Unfortunately, this problem isn’t limited to the state of Georgia. When it comes religious liberty, this type of Scripture-twisting is likely to become a common tactic used by Christian politicians. Just as many liberal politicians have found a way to reconcile their faith with support for abortion, many conservative politicians are now finding ways to justify abandoning religious liberty — all in the name of Jesus.

New Resource!! Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side by Natasha Crain

The question I receive most often from my seminar attendees is: What books would you recommend for parents and for elementary-age children? Typically, I point parents to introductory-level apologetics texts that will provide a foundation upon which they can gradually build. For preteen children, the pickings are rather slim, which was one of the main motivations behind my Young Defenders apologetics storybook series. Beyond this, however, there were no resources (that I know of) specifically designed for the training and encouragement of parents in the area of actually teaching apologetics and worldview to their children in an interesting and effective manner.

Fact-Checking "Ten Lies You Were Told about Islam" (Part One) Recently, AllTime10s posted a video titled "Ten Lies You Were Told about Islam" ( ). The video attempts to respond to various false claims made about Islam and Muslims. However, the "research" for the video was incredibly sloppy, and a number of false statements were made. For instance, "Ten Lies You Were Told about Islam" insists that Pew Research has found that only .006625% of Muslims "identify with extremism." This claim, however, doesn't come from Pew Research. It comes from the blog of Dave Cecil, who clearly didn't understand the CNN article he was reading. Ironically, the link provided by AllTimeTens refutes the claim in the video. With such shoddy video research, it's clear that the video makers need to be more careful. Here's the description information AllTime10s provided for "Ten Lies You Were Told About Islam": "Is Birmingham a Muslim-only city? Are there hundreds of terrorist training camps dotted all over America? The media might say yes, but the truth is no. AllTime10s is here to debunk 10 lies you were told about Islam.


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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God’s Good News in Bad News

I’m concerned that so many Christians, when we get news — say of an earthquake or of a tsunami, and 100,000 people are wiped away, not to mention our own personal news — almost instinctively today, it seems that Christians are prone to say we shouldn’t ask why. God doesn’t have purposes in this. That’s blasphemous to even think of the hand of God involved in this in any kind of designed or purposeful way.

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Jesus’s Authority Upholds Missions

“Truth is the bedrock of mission,” Shaw observes at the outset (3). And not just any truth, but the certainty of Jesus’s all-encompassing authority. Mission fundamentally begins and ends with a clear vision of Jesus as Lord and—contrary to some missionary manuals—not necessarily with personal calling or passion for the lost. What we know and believe about Jesus shapes what we do for Jesus (5).  

Your Spiritual Crisis Has 214 Likes

Along with the usual concerns all young people share—finding stability, a meaningful job, a relationship that makes the heart sing—for those who profess Christian faith there is a far greater one: working out your own salvation with fear and trembling. Matters of the soul, your place in the church, questions about the goodness of God or even his existence, questions of death, eternity, sin, the problem of evil—matters that have been of concern to young people all along—are now all being worked out in public, in real time. This process used to be a sometimes-agonizing, always-private rite of passage. Not any longer.

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22 Love No Matter What - Biola University

Jesus challenges his followers to do something that is never easy and always countercultural: love your enemies (Matt. 5:44). And in today’s polarized world, where entrenched battle lines are drawn on issues ranging from sex to politics to race, the call to love the “other side,” no matter what, is harder than ever.

A Biblical Theology of Revival

Tim Keller is the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan. He is co-founder and vice-president of The Gospel Coalition. He’s the author of many books, including The Reason for God, The Prodigal God , and, with his wife, Kathy, The Meaning of Marriage and The Songs of Jesus.

Defending Your Faith

This is an excellent book, but as a physicist I note a significant error. The concept of the Big Bang is wrong. This error though is common even among physicists. The Big Bang is about SPACE expanding. It is not about matter in space exploding from a point in space. It is an expansion of space from all points of space. The preeminant Copernican Principle assumption of the Big Bang Cosmologists does not permit a special point in space. In their assumption the cosmos is UNBOUNDED and matter uniformely fills all of space at all times. There are no edges/boundaries to the matter in space. A clarifying analogy that is often used is this: think of a balloon. Space is like the rubber surface of this balloon dust particles attached to this surface and uniformely distributed upon it are like the matter in space. as the balloon expands from a very small size, note that all points of space expand; particles separate from each other identically because space is expanding, however particles are not moving wrspt space. The rate of particle separation is proportional to particle distances from each other.

Renewing Your Mind | John the Beloved | March 11, 2016

Why did God give us the book of Revelation? If you had asked me this question when I was a young Christian, I might have said, “To help us discover when Jesus will return to earth,” “To help us make sense of events in the Middle East,” “To give us nightmares about the tribulation so that we don’t get lax and miss the rapture,” “To give Christians something to argue about,” or, simply, “To confuse us.” My answer today is different: God gave the Apocalypse shown to John in order to bless us — to do us good, to convey His grace, to fortify our hearts. In Revelation, God promises His blessing seven times (a symbolically significant number): to those who hear and hold Revelation’s message (Rev. 1:3; 22:7), who die “in the Lord” (14:13), who stay awake and alert (16:15), who attend the Lamb’s marriage supper (19:9), who share the first resurrection (20:6), and who wash their robes in the blood of the Lamb (22:14; see 7:15).

John the Baptist: The True Meaning of Greatness

In Matthew 11:11, after noting the unique greatness of John the Baptist, Jesus went on to make a vivid spiritual point. The Lord explained that “the one who is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than [John].” In saying that, Jesus was not diminishing John’s stature; rather, He was emphasizing the spiritual privilege that all New Testament believers enjoy. John was greater than the Old Testament prophets because he personally participated in the fulfillment of what they had merely anticipated from a distance (cf. 1 Peter 1:10–11). But all believers after the cross and resurrection enjoy even greater privilege still because we participate in the full understanding and experience of something John only anticipated—the actual atoning work of Christ.

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Tough and Tinder

Tinder is a popular dating app driven by the premise that relationships should be easy to fire up. Smartphone users are served a stream of images of available singles. Swipe-left to disregard. Swipe-right to show interest. If the same person counters and swipes-right back, a conversation is initiated. It is all driven by geographical vicinity, with the highest rates of connection being with users within one mile of each other.

Rhys Blakely on Twitter

Wire picture from a Trump rally today in St Louis, Missouri… Dozens arrested. Predictable.

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"Apologetics will make you a deeper and more interesting person." WL Craig, Singapore conference

32 The Poached Egg on Twitter

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WORLD | Globe Trot: Did Iran try to buy nuclear tech from Argentina? | Mindy Belz | March 11, 2016

ARGENTINA got way more interesting this week. Alberto Nisman, the prosecutor now believed murdered (and framed for suicide) while investigating Buenos Aires bombings linked to Hezbollah, was onto an Iranian plot to buy nuclear technology via the president’s husband (a former president), according to testimony from an Argentine intelligence officer. Last year, President Cristina Kirchner vowed to disband the intelligence services, saying they have not “served the interests of the country.”

Jordan Cooper on Twitter

@piratechristian Both are independent pastors under no broader authority outside of their local congregation. That's problematic.

Jordan Cooper on Twitter

@piratechristian Citing JD only makes it more apparent that you have defended spiritually abusive pastors previously.

Jordan Cooper on Twitter

@piratechristian Ahh, JD Hall, the man who has repeatedly attacked my wife and called your Lutheran brothers heretics. Good source.

39 Carson going “off-brand” and Rubio going back on

Senator Rubio was criticized for going “off-brand” last week in his attacks on Donald Trump. I was really heartened to see his humble admission last night that he was wrong to make the off-color “hands” joke. Rubio admitted that it not only embarrassed his wife and kids, it also went against his Christian faith. He promised last night that he would never go back to that “gutter” again. You have to respect his humility and candor. I do.

Mark Surburg on Twitter

@piratechristian Rite vocatus does not mean a lay person serving as pastor. That is in fact the very thing AC IV is meant to refute.

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@piratechristian of the Office of the Holy Ministry as expressed in Scripture and confessed in the Book of Concord.

42 No Buts about It

Luckily, no one is demanding that. Let’s try a thought-experiment: Can a screenplay that calls for a child rape make it to the cinema without incurring a charge of child pornography? Many such films have done so. The heartbreaking “Kite Runner” comes to mind. These films suggest this monstrous evil, and often use it to tell morally compelling stories, without depicting the details of that evil. They have to skirt around it, because taking and distributing pictures of naked children is a felony.

43 Why the New Definition of Tolerance Is Dangerous - Stand to Reason Blog

Notice also that his reasoning doesn’t work the other way around—i.e., Greg wouldn’t be allowed to say to him , “‘Tolerance’ means that if you think I’m wrong, then I have a right to shut you up,” because baked into this new definition is a preference for a particular set of political positions (i.e., anything his side deems essential for the “well-being of others”). If you agree with those positions, you’re declared “tolerant.” If you disagree, you’re intolerant.

44 An American Rally with Special Guest Ted Cruz

NOTE: Late Wednesday evening, we learned that Chuck Norris will not be attending the rally in Charlotte, North Carolina and has not officially endorsed any candidate for president.   We regret that our publicity implied otherwise and apologize to Mr. Norris and our rally participants for the confusion.  We will be notifying  all participants of the updated line up for the American Rally with Ted Cruz.  Thank you.

Trump rally in Chicago postponed as protesters, supporters clash

Chicago (CNN) Donald Trump's campaign on Friday postponed a rally in Chicago amid fights between supporters and demonstrators, protests in the streets and concerns that the environment at the event was no longer safe.

CrossExamined Radio w/ Dr. Frank Turek

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5 Lies I Used to Believe About Being A Christian

I have read some of the comments that pertains to this article, and I have to say that it's sad. First of all, each person have different experiences with the church, some positive and some negative, and I feel that sometimes we can be so apathetic when it comes to those who has had negative experiences with a particular church, such as the writer of this article. I can also relate to the writer, because I have been through similar situations when it came to church.I don't think he was trying to say that if a church isn't tech savvy or more modern then it's not a good church, but he was discussing much bigger issues such as whole idea of what Christianity is about. Too many times, we put labels in front of the words "church" and "Christian" such as "fundamentalist", "liberal", "modern", etc. I know that some churches have unbiblical teachings whether they're identified as fundamental, liberal, mini, midi, mega, black. white, modern, traditional, Protestant, or Catholic. Church is not just a building, it's a population of believers who make up the Body of Christ. I don't care what type of church you belong to, who you voted for, your political views, whether you like old hymns, Kirk Franklin, or Hillsong, whether you like wearing suits or T-shirt and jeans, whether you are introverted or extroverted, or what your skin color or ethnicity is, if we all believe that the God's word is the ultimate foundation of our lives, that God created us in His own image, that Heaven and Hell are real places, that because of Adam and Eve's sin, we're all sinners in need of a Savior, that God loved us so much that he sent Jesus to the Cross to die for our sins so that we can have life (both on Earth and in Heaven), that Jesus defeated death, hell, and the grave by resurrection, and that one day, He will return so that we can be with Him in Heaven, I don't see the reason to complain about how other churches operate or how other Christians live their lives.

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 .

Trump rally in Chicago postponed after clashes

“Mr. Trump just arrived in Chicago, and after meeting with law enforcement has determined that for the safety of all the tens of thousands of people that have gathered in and around the arena, tonight’s rally will be postponed until another date.” view photo essay Standing up against Donald Trump At Trump rallies, people of all ages and creeds, even some outside the continent, have continued to make their voices heard.

Knowing Your Self-Worth Is a Commandment

If you don’t love yourself, you won’t be able to love your neighbors. This is often painfully clear in interactions where one person feels so lousy about themselves, they want to make others feel just as bad. A bully often has low self esteem, so they want their peers to feel the same way. People who are rude or easily angered, even those who seem prideful, often feel something missing inside and are just pretending they’re secure.

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