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A Liberty U. Board Member Is Now Speaking Out Against Falwell’s Trump Endorsement

Donald Trump may have done well in yesterday’s Super Tuesday primaries (he won seven states), but an influential member of Liberty University's leadership is now speaking out against him. Trump made national headlines when Jerry Falwell Jr.—the president of the large Christian college and the son of its founder—officially endorsed the controversial GOP hopeful. Falwell even recorded a robocall, encouraging Virginia residents to vote for Trump in yesterday’s primaries. But now, LU board member and executive community chair Mark DeMoss is speaking out. DeMoss, who was a close advisor to Falwell’s late father, told The Washington Post yesterday, Donald Trump is the only candidate who has dealt almost exclusively in the politics of personal insult. The bullying tactics of personal insult have no defense—and certainly not for anyone who claims to be a follower of Christ. That’s what’s disturbing to so many people. It’s not Christ-like behavior that Liberty has spent 40 years promoting with its students. DeMoss said that he’s been “concerned for Liberty University for a couple of months” but “held [his] tongue.” He referenced Trump’s recent scandal involving the KKK, in which he was slow to disavow support from its former leader David Duke. DeMoss said, “Watching last weekend’s escapades about the KKK, I don’t see how an evangelical backer can feel good about that.” Trump later claimed the confusion was because he couldn’t hear the interviewer’s questions clearly. As for Falwell, he told The Post he was puzzled by DeMoss’ statements and “was disappointed” in him. Falwell's endorsement didn’t seem to have too much of a positive effect among the actual student body though. According to The Hill, Trump finished fourth (behind Rubio, Cruz and Carson) in Liberty’s district.

I spent Super Tuesday with Donald Trump

I spent Super Tuesday with Donald Trump. No, he didn’t come over to my house for dinner or anything like that, but he did come to Louisville for a campaign rally. A friend invited me to go wi…

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From the Cambrian Explosion, a Remarkably Preserved Image of a Nervous System

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Unashamed / A new book by Lecrae

Two-time Grammy winning hip-hop artist, Lecrae, learned this lesson through more than his share of adversity—childhood abuse, drugs and alcoholism, a stint in rehab, an abortion, and an unsuccessful suicide attempt.

Lindsey Graham Proposes Rallying Around Ted Cruz

As Donald Trump racks up wins on Super Tuesday, many of the anti-Trump crowd are suggesting candidates for the GOP to rally behind. Senator Lindsey Graham made a surprising suggestion—Ted Cruz. Graham has long been a vocal critic of the Texas senator, ran against him, and endorsed one of his opponents. Charlie Rose asked Graham, So there is no way, you're seem to be suggesting, at the convention or before the convention to stop DonaldTrump from being the nominee? He replied, Short of a major scandal, probably not. And if Marco doesn't win Florida, I don't know how he goes forward. If Kasich loses Ohio... you know, Ted Cruz is not my favorite by any means. I don't wish him ill. I was making a joke about Ted, but we may be in a position where we have to rally around Ted Cruz as the only way to stop Donald Trump, and I'm not so sure that would work. Rose followed up. But you would recommend that in order to stop Donald Trump and rally behind Cruz?

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12th Video Catches Planned Parenthood Aborting Intact Late-Term Babies to Sell as Parts

The Center for Medical Progress released a new undercover video Tuesday just a day before the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a monumental case on abort

Now Chimps Practice "Sacred Rituals"

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Good Marriages Sometimes Say No to Good Things

This couple’s testimony ten months into marriage and ministry together is that when we prioritize well, we spill over more eagerly and effectively into the needs outside our home. Having created rhythms of caring for one another, we have felt fresh wind in our sails to dream about investing in others and welcoming them into our home more. As we’ve learned to say no to good things, God has begun to multiply the opportunities (and energy) to do good.

4 Ways to Worship—Not Worry—This Election Season

The election season is just another opportunity to battle the world, the flesh, and the Devil that entice us to believe lies and worship idols. Misplaced trust will lead to disappointment sooner or later, but “he who believes in [Christ] will not be disappointed” (1 Pet. 2:6). We must examine our hearts and pinpoint the sin that takes us captive with extreme election-related emotions. Here are some sins you may need to confess:

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How Do You Motivate People to Care about Apologetics? Part 2 -

Churches need to be reminded of why they are here. Evangelism and apologetics, which is the handmaiden to evangelism, are not optional activities. They are at the very core of our mission, which is to reach our world with the gospel. That’s why Jesus spelled it out so clearly: to go into all the world (including next door or down the hallway) to reach everyone we can for him (Matthew 20:18-20). This Great Commission wasn’t one choice among many options. It’s what we’re here to do.

Rome and New Testament Christianity

For more resources visit: The Reasonable Faith Roots of Christian Civilization Cruise was May 27th through June 7th 2013. Throughout the cruise, Dr William Lane Craig gave lectures on the roots of Christianity as the travelers made their way across the Mediterranean Sea. In this lecture, Dr Craig focuses on the growth of the Christian faith in and around the city and empire of Rome. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook:

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So far, Trump wins open primaries and Cruz wins closed … and the calendar is starting to change toward more closed primaries

As an aside, it seems sort of peculiar that open primaries play such a disproportionately large role at the outset of the Republican nomination process. I understand the historical reasons for why Southern states have open primaries and why they are at the beginning of the campaign process. And I’m not saying that it is necessarily wrong to have so many open primaries at the beginning of the process. But it just seems peculiar to have so many open primaries front-end loaded and the closed ones disproportionately later in the process, given the importance of the early primaries in culling the field. I’m not sure whether the Republican National Committee would have intended that had it thought of it.

What Stories Do You Tell Your Hairdresser?

My most rewarding project was helping my sister’s mother-in-law shave her head when she was preparing to go through chemotherapy. But I also see a lot of tangible examples of our lives and bodies being broken in my work—from seeing my sister’s mother-in-law broken by cancer to hearing about my clients’ struggles. They tell me about their problems with parenting, struggling marriages, and difficult lives. In that sense, I see how our sin affects others on a daily basis.

Supreme Court Weighs Why Abortion Clinics Are Closing at Record Rates

That Gonzales v. Carhart ruling paved the way for states to propose abortion restrictions of their own without much concern that they would be struck down by the court, said Forsythe. A decision in favor of Texas would send a similar message; clinics in Louisiana are pushing to wait to see what the justices say before their state enacts its own version of the Texas law. Across the country, 8 other states have introduced similar restrictions, and 23 states signed a brief sent to the Supreme Court in support of the regulations.

The Poached Egg on Twitter

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Lament on a Hospital Bed

Hospital patients need to be reminded that complaining with the psalmist does take faith. We don’t make God look weak or foolish when we join the psalmist in asking, “How long, O LORD? Will you forget me forever?” Instead, we express hope in God’s promises when we wrestle with them in faith. When hospital patients feel their plans for their life and family dissolving before them, they need not pretend that all is well. Rather, they need to move onto a path—of crying to God in lament, a complaint made on the basis of an ongoing trust in God’s promises.

Pluck Out Your Eye

“Some of us need to make some drastic decisions so that we can have abundant life, instead of letting death continue to sit at our door and wait to consume us.” — Léonce Crump

The Gospel: 2016 National Conference by Various Teachers

In 2 Peter 1:16, the Apostle tells us that he and the other Apostles “did not follow cleverly devised myths” when they proclaimed “the power and coming” of Christ Jesus. Rather, the Apostles were “eyewitnesses of his majesty.” These men saw something take place in space and time that altered the course of human history. The incarnation, ministry, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus are not legendary events in a fictional tale. They are firm historical realities on which the Christian faith stands or falls.

Stuff Atheists Say: You’re Almost an Atheist

Stuff Christians Say: God’s ways are higher than ours. I’m not saying Chritians are stupid, I’m just saying some of the things they say are stupid. Using this dodge to excuse themselves from explaining such biblical atrocities as the Caananite genocides needs to end. And by the way, you’re not just almost an athiest, your almost a polytheist too. If Father, Son and Holy Spirit are one how does the son sit at the right hand of the father? Confusing. This too must be a mystery.

Did Jesus Rise from the Dead?

Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? Is there good historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus? Are miracles really possible? Explore the evidence for yourself in this video from Impact 360. For more videos like this visit .

Doug Stephens IV on Twitter

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An Apologetic for Apologetics in Cyberspace - Christian Research Institute

Once your blog or Web site is online and you have begun publishing, you will need to get the word out to others that it exists. Start by seeking out blogs or Web sites with similar interests, and write to the owners asking for a link exchange, or a mutual agreement to post each others’ URLs on your respective Web sites. This kind of agreement is common and helps a new site owner establish an online presence and reputation with other site owners and their readers. Also register your site with free indexing services such as CrossDaily (a Christian site) or Yahoo (a secular site). You can promote interaction with your material by posting your site URL in various places, like your e-mail signature line, or by starting your own forum, which can be done for free through indexing sites. (There are also ways to promote your site through paid advertising, but this is not necessary and is often seen in a negative light.) Here again, be wary of whether you are able to invest the time required.

19 The Bible Does Not Approve of Everything It Records - Stand to Reason Blog

Therefore, it is mistaken to think that God approves of all that the Bible records. So going through the Bible and marking off every instance of murder, animal or human sacrifice, rape, slavery, and misogyny will not tell you if the Bible is a good book or not.

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When searching for 'evangelical' voters, maybe journalists should start with folks in pews?

Clearly, if journalists (and pollsters) are actually interested in what is happening in this year's bizarre Republican race for the White House, someone is going to have to come up with questions that probe the gap between people who self-identify as "evangelicals" (or who say they are part of evangelical churches) and those whose beliefs and lifestyles have anything to do with mainstream evangelicalism.

Why We Haven’t Endorsed a Candidate

Here we have a clear window to look at our candidates and their grandiose promises. Pay close attention to what they say is broken and who they say is responsible for fixing it! Beware of any candidate promising to “fix” everything. They can’t—and it’s a problem if they try. Utopian thinking always fails, and very often results in tyranny.

23 Truthbomb Apologetics: Book Review: The Fate of the Apostles by Sean McDowell

Finally, in Chapter 19 the author "summarizes the evidence from the investigation and draws broad conclusions concerning the fate of the apostles regarding the evidence it provides for the resurrection" and further addresses, "Three pressing objections..." [p. 21] Strengths of the Book Skeptics and apologists alike have been guilty of overstating their case when it comes to the martyrdom's of the apostles.  Some skeptics have been responsible for attempting to abandon every claim of apostolic martyrdom because admittedly some of the accounts are less reliable than others. On the other hand, some defenders of the Christian faith have been at fault for presenting all of the apostolic martyrdom's as equally well-attested.  This reader is glad to report that you will find no such errors in McDowell's treatment of the subject.  Throughout the book, the author strives to handle the data objectively and honestly. For example, when discussing the martyrdom of the Apostle Peter, the author readily admits that "Scholars disagree significantly over the fate of Peter" [p.

Did G.K. Chesterton Predict Trump 2016?

The second primary character is that young boy, Adam Wayne, a lunatic who lacks a sense of humor and takes King Quin’s joke seriously. As an adult, he becomes Notting Hill’s provost and vigorously defends his neighborhood when the king plans to build a highway through it. In fact, Wayne is so serious about his cause he leads a violent rebellion. The battle between King Quin and the Napoleon of Notting Hill is simply between humor and hope, laughter and love. The two enemies eventually realize they are the “two lobes of the same brain” and “in healthy people there is no war between us.”

God’s Love Isn’t Neat and Tidy

Whatever you think of Oord’s proposal, you have to admire his consistency, at least compared to some other “open theology” advocates. He rejects their view that God doesn’t “decree, cause, or will” evil, but merely “permits” it. Because if this is true, then God is still, in some sense, to blame for those evils he could have stopped by his power but voluntarily chose to allow. Why prefer a God who permits pointless evil to a God who only decrees evil for good—if unfathomable—purposes? He’s still responsible on either account. Here, Oord sensibly agrees with John Calvin, who asks, “What else is the permission of him who has the power of preventing and in whose hand the whole matter is placed but his will?”

3 Timeless Books on Christianity – Reflections

Marital Intimacy Is More Than Sex

Usually when people begin to feel disconnected from one another, the root issue of the problem is intimacy. There are a number of reasons that intimacy may decline. Some of them are subtle, yet insidious, like the ever-increasing busyness of family life. Other reasons are overt and intentional like trying to use the lack of intimacy as payback. Whatever the reason, once intimacy begins to wane it can become hard to get back on track. One of the keys to reconnecting is understanding that intimacy is a multi-faceted thing. In fact, there are five different types of intimacy and it is when we keep all five functioning can we have marriages that feel profoundly connected.

J.D. Greear to be SBC president nominee

Copyright (c) 2016 Baptist Press. Reprinted from Baptist Press (, news service of the Southern Baptist Convention. The original story can be found at new - 14 minutes ago J.D. Greear to be SBC president nominee by David Roach, posted Wednesday, March 02, 2016 (14 minutes ago) Tags: 2016 SBC annual meetingJ.D. Greear Tweet ST. LOUIS (BP) -- North Carolina pastor J.D. Greear will be nominated for president of the Southern Baptist Convention, Florida pastor Jimmy Scroggins announced today (March 2). J.D. Greear  J.D. Greear  Greear, 42, "is leading his generation to live out a passion for the SBC, missions and the local church," Scroggins, pastor of Family Church in West Palm Beach, Fla.

Why does God let people suffer? Why is there so much evil in the world?

I just wanted to draw your attention to this 4 page essay by Joe Manzari, which is the best darn summary of the state of the art on the problems of evil and suffering I have seen. The problem of evil is an objection to the existence of God based on the presence of evil or suffering in the world. The arguments basically infer that if God is all-good and all-powerful, then there should not be any evil or suffering.

864. Are There Different Genres In Scripture?

Bobby gives us a description of the different genres found in scripture.

The Doctrine of Election Saved Me from Depression

Paul felt zero tension between the doctrine of election and desire to win the lost. For Paul, God’s electing love didn’t squash his passion for gospel-proclamation; it motivated it! Imagine for a moment: You’ve been given the inside scoop by God that no matter what people group you visited, no matter what distant island you sailed to, you were promised there would be people there who would eventually respond to your message about Jesus. O, how this would awaken an excitement to go and tell, to see some respond everywhere you went, fulfilling God’s unbelievable promise.

Jailhouse religion in Lone Star State's toughest lockup raises church-state question

This four-acre cemetery, which inmates long ago named "Peckerwood Hill," serves as the final resting place for Oklahoma prisoners who die with no place else to go. It sits a few hundred yards northeast of the Oklahoma State Penitentiary. Between 12 and 15 inmates a year are buried here, said Bob Jameson, a state Corrections Department spokesman in McAlester.

Top 100+ Online Resources on Reading | HeadHeartHand Blog

A student recently asked me for “some tips on how to improve reading speed and retention.” As I’m sure it’s a problem many of you wrestle with as well, I thought I’d share some of the resources on reading that I’ve gathered over the years. Here are the best books on reading followed by blog posts on various reading related subjects. For more resources and Top 10 lists of books on various subjects click here .

Trump donated to group that promotes homosexuality to 5-year-olds

Boy I disagree on this one. I support Trump but don’t believe anything in your list. Nor does anyone that supports Trump that I know. You are great and I follow you closely but here you are attacking not Trump but those who support him. Yes he is flawed and we can be disappointed but what else is new. Name me someone without sin. There are many things i DON’T like about all the candidates but none of them would be near the disaster for us as Hillary. The best Christian in my opinion is Carlson. I least like Marcio. As always I have to hold my nose. We need, not perfection, but the lesser of evils. We need to win.


Buy Here: Isn’t the God of the Old Testament a God of anger and judgment while the God of the New Testament just wants us to love our neighbors? And why would a good God command the death of entire groups of people? Watch Frank clear up the confusion by addressing these questions and others in this intriguing two-part series: 1. Is God only Angry in the OT and only Loving in the New? 2. What’s the purpose of the Bible? 3. Keys to Understanding the God of the Old Testament (and New Too) 4. What about the Canaanites? Is God a Moral Monster? 5. Questions from a college-aged audience.

Gullibility, the Great Sin of the Charismatic Church

I am an insider, not an outsider, and for me, the Bible is a charismatic book from cover to cover, undeniably so. In fact, from 1977 to early 1982, during a season of spiritual coldness and intellectual pride, I tried to deny the things of the Spirit, wanting to distance myself from what I felt were the abuses and errors of the Pentecostal movement. But the testimony of the Word was too clear for me to deny and the Spirit's work in my life too strong for me to resist.

37 The TC Apologetics Daily

The TC Apologetics Daily, by TC Apologetics: The latest news and thoughts for the apologetic-minded Christian.

Understanding Islam Part 3: Agreements and Disagreements

With all that Islam teaches about Jesus, their strict monotheism will not allow for the worship of any other God including Jesus Christ. As one Muslim writer put it, “Muslims respect and revere Jesus (peace be upon him). They consider him one of the greatest of God’s messengers to mankind. The Quran confirms his virgin birth, and a chapter of the Quran is entitled ‘Maryam’ (Mary; Quran, 3:45-47)…Jesus was born miraculously by the command of God, the same command that had brought Adam into being with neither a father nor a mother (Quran, 3:59). During his prophetic mission, Jesus performed many miracles (Quran, 3:49). Muslims believe that Jesus was not crucified. It was the plan of Jesus’ enemies to crucify him, but God saved him and raised him up to Him. And the likeness of Jesus was put over another man. Jesus’ enemies took this man and crucified him, thinking that he was Jesus (Quran, 4:157). Neither Muhammad nor Jesus came to change the basic doctrine of the belief in one God, brought by earlier prophets, but rather to confirm and renew it.” vii

Links Mentioned on the 3/02/16 Show - Stand to Reason Blog

The following is a rundown of  today's podcast , annotated with links that were either mentioned on the show or inspired by it:

Should Christians Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils?

That said all political issues are not equal. I’ve voted for candidates I disagreed with on issues like immigration reform or family medical leave because I’ve agreed with them on the sanctity of human life. I could not, though, vote for a “pro-life” candidate who is also for racial injustice or war crimes or any number of other first-level moral issues. While I agree with certain candidates on issues like economic growth or national security, I could not vote for them because they deny the personhood of the unborn or restrict religious freedom for all people. (I could not vote for Barack Obama, particularly because of his stance on abortion. Even if he’d run unopposed—and I had no other choice—I still could not have marked his name.)

Renewing Your Mind | Inspiration and the Canon of Scripture | March 2, 2016

Have you ever wondered how the church decided on the twenty-seven books of the New Testament? How do we know the right books got into the canon of Scripture? What criteria did the early church use to decide which books were inspired by God, and which ones were not? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains the criteria the early church used, and how we can be confident in the "Inspiration and the Canon of Scripture."

42 Israel & the Church | Biola University

Join us for a panel discussion with Dr. Clint Arnold, Dr. Mark Saucy, Dr. Michael Vlach, and Dr. Mitch Glaser as we explore the theological and historical relationship between the Church and the Jewish People.

Note to Atheists: Atheists Reject “Lack of Belief” Too

“I have a hard time thinking that all such people who claim they merely lack belief in gods and don’t disbelieve really carry through on this suspension of belief mindset. It’s certainly not evidenced in their statements or their behaviors. Their abstract epistemology, their gestures at austere humility, and their leeriness of adopting philosophical positions or being subject to the burden of evidence for having done so, are each constantly undercut by their behaviors of actually making positive metaphysical arguments, refuting positive religious beliefs, and treating religious notions as ludicrous to the point of being beneath worthiness of belief by any rational person. Mentally they seem to operate indistinguishable from atheists like me who admit that our attitude is one of thinking we know there are no personal gods.”

We Need Hell

The movie “Purge” depicts a synopsis of a world where evil rules the good for a brief period of time. One day in a year is earmarked to “purge.” There would be no consequence for crimes (evil) that day. People could go berserk and unleash evil for 12 hours on that day where all crime is legal. Purge was a vent to unleash one’s concealed evil into the world and a means to an artificial population control.

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46 The Briefing 03-02-16 –

The impending crisis in the Republican Party is one of basic conviction, vision, and partisan identity. The Republican Party is going to have to face some very difficult questions about what exactly it intends to represent in the fall campaign. If Donald Trump is the standard-bearer for that party, it will lead to a crisis of conscience, not only among Republican voters, but also among Republicans who are holding elective office. Every single one of them in one way or another will have to take a stand over against the likely nomination of Donald Trump. As of Wednesday morning, not enough detail is yet known in terms of the voting patterns within the voting that took place on Tuesday to draw adequate conclusions about what may not have been known just in the immediate aftermath of the reporting of the vote. But this much is clear. It is now clear that Donald Trump has a far more credible claim towards momentum to the Republican presidential nomination, and similarly Hillary Clinton has the very same claim in the Democratic Party. And one of the things we need to understand is that stopping either of those candidacies at this point is an unlikely political prospect.

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Romney to deliver major speech on 2016 race | Fox News

Mitt Romney plans to deliver a major speech on the state of the 2016 race for the White House Thursday, amid rising panic among some Republican leaders that Donald Trump may be cruising to the nomination. 

Food Stamp Users Near Record High Despite Low Unemployment Rate

Several reasons explain the high numbers. Governments have made it easier to sign up for the program. More than 85 percent of eligible food-stamp recipients took assistance in 2013, the most recent year of available data, compared to 70 percent in 2008. The higher sign-up rate among those qualified accounts for 8.6 million more people on food stamps -- about half of the program’s total increase.

Jeremy Lin on Chris Rock joke: 'Tired of it being "cool" and "OK" to bash Asians'

He added: “In acting, you look at Asian roles, they always seem to be in similar roles. I feel like we are just so much more broad than that. What you see on TV, that is so influential. Perception is reality and that's the truth in today's day and age where it's such a digital and technological age.

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52 Chris Christie faces backlash over Donald Trump support
53 Beware the Rise of the Pseudo-Intellectual: Tom Wolfe’s Boston University Commencement Address
54 Should Christians Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils?
55 Justice Dept. grants immunity to staffer who set up Clinton email server
56 Justice Dept. grants immunity to staffer who set up Clinton email server
57 DOJ grants immunity to ex-Hillary Clinton staffer who set up email server
58 The Death Penalty Is a Pro-Life Issue Too
59 Marriage Shouldn't Be 'Fair'
61 Not Everything Is Meant to Be Shared
62 Crossway on Twitter
63 Yes, You Are Called to Be a Leader
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65 Fighting for a Stronger Marriage (Part 2 of 2)
66 Chris Christie’s wordless screaming
67 The Poached Egg on Twitter
68 Wilberforce Weekend 2016 honoring Chuck Colson
69 Donald Trump on Abortion: I’m Pro-Life
70 The Church Is Not a Political Institution
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72 Is Your Jesus Too Small?
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74 Conditions for life may hinge on how fast the universe is expanding
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