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‘Religion poisons everything’ (Christopher Hitchens) Religion appears to be the root cause of many of the problems we see in the world around us today. It not only seems to inspire normal people to do terrible things, like the terrorist attacks we see happening in Europe, but it has also been used to justify all kinds of abhorrent behaviour, from sexism and racism, to slavery and genocide. This intolerance is bad enough, but some would say that the worst thing about religion is that it encourages irrational thought, as well as an anti-scientific attitude. It is no wonder so many people appeal to the sentiments of John Lennon’s song, ‘Imagine’, which asks to us think of a better world that is free from religion.

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To some, the concept of having faith in a higher power or a set of religious beliefs is nonsensical. Indeed, many view religion in general, and Christianity in particular, as unfounded and unreasonable. Norman Geisler and Frank Turek argue, however, that Christianity is not only more reasonable than all other belief systems, but is indeed more rational than unbelief itself. With conviction and clear thinking, Geisler and Turek guide readers through some of the traditional, tested arguments for the existence of a creator God. They move into an examination of the source of morality and the reliability of the New Testament accounts concerning Jesus. The final section of the book deals with a detailed investigation of the claims of Christ. This volume will be an interesting read for those skeptical about Christianity, as well as a helpful resource for Christians seeking to articulate a more sophisticated defense of their faith. ORDER YOUR COPY NOW >>>

What ‘Waiting’ Looks Like When You’ve Already Had Sex

I’ve been married to my husband, Jesse, for five years now. He and I fought really hard to remain pure until we were finally married. And it was so worth it. Some people mocked it, but I didn’t mind. I was secure in the belief that God created intimacy for my husband and him alone. I was content in waiting (even when it got really stinking hard).

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Cold-Case Christianity for Kids | Gospel eBooks

Between the ages of 8 and 12, kids often start to wonder if Christianity is true. In Cold-Case Christianity for Kids, detective J. Warner Wallace draws readers into the thrill of high-stakes investigation by showing them how to think rather than telling them what to think. In this children’s companion to the bestselling Cold-Case Christianity, detective Wallace gets kids excited about testing witnesses, examining the evidence, and investigating the case for Christianity. Includes author illustrations and links to a website ( where kids can download activities, fill in case notes, and earn a certificate of merit. Detective Wallace gets kids excited about testing witnesses, examining the evidence, and investigating the case for Christianity.

Does One Need To Investigate Every Religion Before One Can Conclude That Christianity Is True? - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

One does not need to weigh up the arguments pro and con for every single possible alternative that is out there in order to conclude that a certain hypothesis best explains the available data. When multiple independent lines of evidence converge on a single given hypothesis, other possibilities are by nature excluded and it becomes unnecessary to investigate every conceivable candidate hypothesis before one can reach a proper judgment. Of course, one should always be open to the possibility that one’s judgment is mistaken and be prepared to revise conclusions should new information come to light. But one certainly does not need to investigate the tens of thousands of competing religious propositional claims that are out there in order to conclude that Christianity makes sense of the pertinent available data. Moreover, the claim that one has to investigate every religious proposition in order to assert any religious position backfires on the atheist, for it renders it impossible to draw any religious conclusions — including atheism .

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Deciding to pursue a seminary degree will be one of the most rewarding and challenging educational decisions of your life. Bring your questions about Christianity and Seminary education to our Spring Open House on March 18th so you can learn what is required to make the most of your SES education. Lunch will be provided by SES, and students, alumni, and professors will be in attendance so that you can gain a clear understanding of the ministerial and academic excellence we expect from our students. We look forward to meeting you.

Complaining Never Wins the Culture

Of course, there are some dangers of which we’re all very aware and conscious. In a pluralistic world, we know the pressure on Christians to abandon the truth that Jesus is the only way to God, so we proclaim loudly the exclusive salvation that we find in Christ. In the midst of a moral revolution, we see the temptation for Christians to deny or downplay the truth about sexuality and marriage, so we rightly seek to defend the Bible’s teaching on these issues.

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Reza Aslan, a professor of creative writing who masquerades as a scholar of religion, recently ate part of a human brain on his CNN program "Believer with Reza Aslan." As part of his interactions with the cannibal Aghori sect of Hinduism, Aslan had his face powdered with cremated human remains and drank alcohol from a human skull before consuming the human brain. David Wood discusses the issue.

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Trevin, the timing of this article could not be better. In our women’s ministry here in Okinawa we just started some basic discipleship. We have just gone from discussing our justification to our sanctification. Because of this, we just entered into “the battle for the mind.” Few of us over here are what you would call “older women,” but two of us that are delivered the “bad news” the other day – the battle for the mind in the times in which we live, never lets up. But we have “the mind of Christ” and the power of the Holy Spirit to combat the lies. May we walk and help one another keep focused on truth even living in the midst of our day. Thank you, Trevin.

The High Cost of Free Porn

The ultimate need of the Christian fighting pornography is not new or better tips, tricks, or tools — it is Christ. For the individual believer whose spiritual pulse has slowed to a crawl, Jesus is the answer; Jesus will rouse the sleeper and strengthen the weak. For the church whose vitality has dimmed, Jesus is the answer; a fresh understanding of the Son of God, obedient to the mission given him by the Father (John 6:38), will strengthen the hands of the elders and members of the congregation. For a movement lagging in missionary zeal, Jesus will restore hope and purpose.

The Reliability of the Bible: 4 Quick Thoughts

You are likely familiar with some of the hundreds of resources you can go to for an in-depth look at how Scripture has been preserved. In a conversational setting, however, it is not always practical to bring these resources into the discussion and it is difficult to recite from memory the relevant information that you’ve studied. As a part of a focus on ‘ conversational apologetics ’ this article seeks to provide a way to confidently outline some important aspects of defending the Bible.

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The Gospel of James: Open Letter to Martin Luther

Apart from simply tracing the gospel-word concept through this key section in chapter 1, we should note good-news revelations made of God and his good-news promises. Consider just the specific expressions of grace to weary souls in chapter 1. For those lacking wisdom, God “gives generously to all without reproach” (James 1:5). To the one who keeps the faith in trial, “he will receive the crown of life, which God has promised to those who love him” (James 1:12). “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change” (James 1:17).

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6 Practical Tips to Free Yourself From Your Phone

An easily overlooked piece of gaining control over your phone is actually allowing yourself time to check it. When you budget your money, you don’t ban yourself from spending any money on coffee ever—you just don’t allow yourself to spend all of your money on coffee every day. You budget a certain amount of money for coffee, and you know that you can spend that money freely on coffee without feeling guilty. And this, in turn, eases the temptation to spend any of your other money on coffee.

‘Logan,’ ‘The Shack’ and the Power of Art

While on the run from the bad guys chasing Laura, the group stops to help a family of farmers who’s horses are out. Logan, who Jackman describes as being “terrified of love and intimacy being surrounded by family,” insists “someone else will come along.” In a moment that seems to be ripped directly from Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan, Xavier replies “someone has come along.”

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3 Life Hacks Against Fear

I have some friends who are working through a big decision in their life, which may change the place where they do ministry. They’re struggling because they have a hunch that once they leave, others will speak badly about them, misrepresent their actions, and tarnish their legacy. My friends are also struggling to step out because they’re afraid of what will happen to the people they’ve loved and served once they’re gone. They feel responsible for those people, which is very normal.

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Stop Calling Marriage 'Hard Work'

All of the benefits and wonderful things you mention about marriage are spot on, but to keep those things going and well maintained takes HARD WORK. There are periods of time where it comes easier than others, and there are periods of time where it requires gut wrenching self evaluation and selfless effort. Too many people enter marriage thinking it will all work out because they love each other. However, we all know that love is far less a feeling than it is a choice, and that choice will require self sacrifice when you feel like you have nothing left to give, grace and mercy when you feel you are justified in feeling wronged, seeking the best for your spouse when they are not doing so for you and so much more - again, hard work. I have no problem telling people that marriage is hard work. They need to know it because the benefits you speak of only come through solid relational, emotional, and spiritual effort.


So, what do you need to entrust to God today? I’ll tell you what it is — it’s whatever you’re worrying about. Whatever you’re worrying about, you need to entrust it to the safety deposit box of God’s love.

Uber’s Self-Driving Cars Are Headed Back to California

It’s a big win for Uber, but we won’t be seeing self-driving cars on the roads right away. The company’s spokeswoman anonymously disclosed, “Uber will not make the autonomous cars immediately available to passengers” seeing as, “the company needs time to build up its fleet from the two cars it has now and go through the various regulatory requirements such as getting the vehicle’s smog tested and registered.”

Did Joseph Smith's Doctrine of God Change Over Time? | Cold Case Christianity

Much is often made of the more than 3,900 changes that have been made to the book of Mormon from the time of its original publication in 1830. These changes have been clearly documented by a number of Non-Mormon groups and used to illustrate the Book of Mormon is not trustworthy because Joseph Smith made several contradictory statements about the nature of God. Most Mormons respond by arguing the vast majority of these changes were simply grammatical in nature and were oversights on the part of the scribe or the printer. They argue these changes are insignificant and meaningless; they don’t impact the validity of Mormon Scripture. But is this true?

How Christ Fulfilled and Ended the Old Testament Regime

The establishment of civil law on the basis of an ethnically rooted people, who are ruled directly by God, has ceased. The people of God are no longer a unified political body or an ethnic group or a nation-state, but are exiles and sojourners among all ethnic groups and all states. Therefore, God’s will for states is not taken directly from the Old Testament theocratic order, but should now be re-established from place to place and from time to time by means that correspond to God’s sovereign rule over all peoples, and that correspond to the fact that genuine obedience, rooted as it is in faith in Christ, cannot be coerced by law. The state is therefore grounded in God, but not expressive of God’s immediate rule.

Gospel Depths: Why God Revealed the Depths of Salvation in Eternity Past

One week-night, when I was sitting in the house of God, I was not thinking much about the preacher’s sermon, for I did not believe it. The thought struck me, “How did you come to be a Christian?” I sought the Lord. “But how did you come to seek the Lord?” The truth flashed across my mind in a moment — I should not have sought Him unless there had been some previous influence in my mind to make me seek Him. I prayed, thought I, but then I asked myself, How came I to pray? I was induced to pray by reading the Scriptures. How came I to read the Scriptures? I did read them, but what led me to do so? Then, in a moment, I saw that God was at the bottom of it all, and that He was the Author of my faith, and so the whole doctrine of grace opened up to me, and from that doctrine I have not departed to this day, and I desire to make this my constant confession, “I ascribe my change wholly to God.” ( Autobiography , 164–165)

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But Jesus tells us, “In this world you will have trouble.” But then he says, “But take heart. I have overcome the world.” He’s saying there’s another story being told, and if I didn’t believe that I would be an extremely bitter and angry man. Maria’s death underlined and solidified what I knew and believed, and made it more real. When there was nothing else to hold on to, I heard myself say, “God, I’m going to trust you and worship you, and that’s not because there’s an audience watching. I’m going to bless your name whether you give or take away.”

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A number of Church of England bishops have raised concern over the consequences of the BBC losing the right to make Songs of Praise.

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Turek vs Hitchens Debate: Does God Exist? | Christian Apologetics

On September 9, 2008, Frank Turek debated atheist Christopher Hitchens, author of God is not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything, at Virginia Commonwealth University. The topic was, "Does God Exist?" Hitchens was his usual charming and witty self (I , Frank, really like him and said as much), but he did not answer any of the eight arguments that were presented for the existence of God. Many in the audience acknowledged that he dodged nearly all of the questions. Watch the video and decide for yourself which arguments were strongest. Then read comments in the CrossExamined blog ( ) from a variety of viewers who wanted to weigh in with their opinions and arguments.

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Pregnant singer Ciara has said she is "thankful for God's grace" after she escaped uninjured from a car crash in Los Angeles.

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Compassion Intl. Is Officially Leaving India

also reported that “15,000 of the 145,000 Indian children regularly receiving services through Compassion International have been severed from the programs. Beginning on Friday, the sponsors will be contacted individually, at the rate of 2,500 per day, and asked to transfer their sponsorships from Indian children to children from other countries.”

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So many journalism questions remain, about current status of evangelism and missions in India

Ah, but that leads to yet another question: Maybe evangelism is illegal when done by foreigners, using foreign funds? But Compassion works with local churches and ministries. Thus, one needs to ask if evangelism is now illegal in India even when the work is done by local Christians (a faith that has been in India for many centuries, even to the time of the early apostles ). Native Christians can do safe, inside-the-sanctuary church things but they cannot do evangelism that leads to conversions?

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A man, who was jailed after conducting a harassment campaign against a Christian couple, has been given a further punishment of being banned from every church in the UK.

Farewell, Jesus Junk? Christian Retail Finds a Deeper Purpose

When America’s biggest Christian chain, Family Christian Stores, announced last month that it would be shutting its doors, a small number of Christian bookstore cynics brought up similar critiques over the shallower content its stores promoted alongside Bibles and Christian classics. The speculated silver lining: Did Family Christian’s closure mean consumers were turning away from the celebrity books, inspirational titles, and “Jesus junk”?

Has Science Ever Caused you to Doubt Your Faith? | Bernard Palmer

Dr. Fuz Rana and Dr. Bernard Palmer Bernard trained as a doctor at Cambridge University and the London Hospital and later became the Senior Surgeon at the Lister Hospital, Stevenage. In 2000 he and Dr Tom Holland established Christchurch Baldock as many felt North Herts had a need for a contemporary Bible teaching church with a focus on evangelism, families and young people. Bernard is the author of ‘Cure for Life’ which has now been translated into many languages and has helped many to understand the evidence supporting Jesus’ claims and what he taught. Bernard is married to Rosy, with whom he has four children. Follow RTB_Official for updates! Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Website:

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