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ABC’s Controversial Old Testament Epic ‘Of Kings and Prophets’ Has Been Canceled After Two Episodes

Well that didn’t last long. According to Deadline, ABC has canceled it’s dramatic series about the life of David after just two episodes. Even before it aired, Of Kings and Prophets had become controversial, and since its debut, some conservative groups even called for its boycott. Early on, the series’ producers announced that they wouldn’t shy away from depicting the sexual content and graphic violence featured in the Old Testament story. They were even considering airing a too-hot-for-TV version online. One of the show’s creators had told Variety, “For instance, how much skin or sexuality we can show? I think we can show it in its pure form, but I think we’re really talking about subtle distinctions between online and broadcast … In the broadcast version, we kind of have to cut around it and do it in pieces, but in the online version, I think we can show it as we originally intended.” It turns out that religious viewers aren’t exactly fans of the Game of Thrones approach to the Bible: Deadline called the ratings “dismal.” Ironically, it’s not the first time a network has unsuccessfully tried to adapt the story of David and Saul in an action drama: NBC’s futuristic take on the story, Kings, lasted just 13 episodes.

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Baptist Youth Pastor's Wife Says She's Wearing Hijab on Mondays to Show Solidarity With Muslims

A Baptist high school guidance counselor and youth pastor's wife in Missouri is wearing a hijab (Muslim headscarf) to school every Monday as a way of showing solidarity with Muslims and combating anti-Muslim rhetoric.

Bryan Cranston Is a Pretty Convincing LBJ in This ‘All the Way’ Trailer

HBO has released this look at the upcoming film about the presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson, and star Bryan Cranston is barely recognizable. Along with actually looking like the 36th president in the clip, Cranston embodies the character. It helps that he has some experience in the role. He starred in the Broadway play All the Way—which the film is based on—and won several major theatrical awards for the performance. HBO’s film debuts on May 21.

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How Easter Killed My Atheism | The Stream

Besides, even Jesus’ opponents implicitly admitted the tomb was vacant by claiming that his body had been stolen. But nobody had a motive for taking the body, especially the disciples. And we have seven ancient sources that report they were willing to endure lives of deprivation and suffering as a result of their proclamation Jesus had risen. It’s unlikely they would have done that if they knew they were propagating a lie.

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Make the Most of Holy Week

Celebrating Holy Week is not an obligation, but it is an opportunity. It is a chance to walk with the church, throughout time and throughout the world, as she walks with her Bridegroom through the most important week in the history of the world. It is a chance to focus our minds on, and seek to intensify our affections for, the most important and timeless of realities.

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Let Not Your Hearts Be Troubled

Besides, when the time arrived for their homecoming, he would come back for them “and take you to be with me where I am” (John 14:3). Then, in case they were afraid that there would be no room for them, he adds, “In my Father’s house are many rooms” (John 14:2). Such a fear, in them and in us, would be perfectly understandable. How could they expect to live in his Father’s house? But he sets all such fears aside, and he makes his wishes even clearer in John 17:24 when he prays, “Father, I want those you have given me to be with me where I am, and to see my glory.”

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The Priority of Preaching the Word

Understanding the fiery preaching of Martyn Lloyd-Jones requires an apprehension of the exceedingly high view he possessed of preaching. He believed that the chief business of the church is what Paul charged Timothy with his dying words, to “preach the word” (2 Tim. 4:2). Preaching must come first in the life of the church before anything else can find its rightful place. With compelling clarity, he stated, “The primary task of the Church and of the Christian minister is the preaching of the Word of God.” Nothing, he maintained, must ever supplant the primacy of biblical preaching in the pulpit. The Doctor believed everything in the life of the church is defined and directed by the proclamation of the Scripture.

6 Best of BAM: The Complete Infidel's Guide to the Koran with Robert Spencer – Part 2 - Christian Research Institute

On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank welcomes bestselling author and director of Jihad Watch, Robert Spencer to discuss two books titled, The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran , and The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) . Hank and Robert talk about the difference between the portrayal of Islam we hear from politicians and the media, and what the Qur’an actually teaches, as well as ISIS, CAIR, and the impact Islam is having in both Europe and America.

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Making (Exotic) Babies

As words like “Nile” and “Burmese” suggest, none of these species are native to Florida or even to this continent. Their presence in the Everglades, and the damage they’re causing to that fragile ecosystem is the result of people indulging their desire for exotic pets and then dumping them when they become inconvenient.

9 #Christian Reason Today

#Christian Reason Today, by Arthur Khachatryan: The Christian apologetics e-paper highlighting the best of reasons for the Christian faith.

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11 BBC - The Battle For Christianity - Media Centre

Some academics are warning that popular churches who take a firm line on issues like gay marriage, abortion and euthanasia are pushing Christianity farther away from the attitudes of mainstream society. Others believe that the fervour of charismatic faith is attracting large numbers, but ignoring a quiet exodus out of the back door. Robert Beckford speaks to church leaders in the UK, including the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, about how they see the future.

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We must pray for Syria's refugees | Fox News

As evangelical leaders in the U.S., we are concerned about the growing hostility toward refugees. That’s why we are calling on Christians of all stripes to do the one thing that has the power to change this dynamic: pray. 

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Reasons To Believe : Why Are the Aliens Silent?

Science Daily ran an article with a great headline, “ The Aliens Are Silent because They’re Dead .” The title refers to Fermi’s Paradox . If, as some calculations show, the galaxy is teeming with alien societies, where are they? Why haven’t we seen them here on Earth or at least detected some signals from them in outer space? Scientists have proffered many answers. Perhaps Earth is a big zoo where these aliens observe us in an undetectable way. Maybe after a cost-benefit analysis, the aliens decided against colonizing the galaxy. The people claiming to see UFOs assert that aliens are visiting Earth, but Science Daily describes a more logical option.

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495. Evidence For The Resurrection Of Jesus Christ: Part 3

495. Evidence For The Resurrection Of Jesus Christ: Part 3

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Research On Religion | Michael Licona on the Historiography of the Resurrection

While the accounts of Jesus’s trials and crucifixion would be relatively standard fare for events of that day, the Resurrection moves us into the world of the miraculous and highly contested arguments over what really happened.  Mike notes that we are dealing with the same sort of evidence as with the earlier parts of Jesus’s life.  (Note: There is a short 1 minute 15 second segment that some electronic noise occurs.  This does pass.)  At this point we examine a number of counter-hypotheses to the Gospel versions of the Resurrection, noting that the scientific method relies upon examining counter-hypotheses and determining if they are better explanations than the main hypothesis proffered.  We work our way through several common arguments against the miraculous nature of the Resurrection including: the discrepancies within Gospel accounts; whether this was a retelling of pagan resurrections myths; whether there was a conspiracy to give a fraudulent account; different accounts contained in the “lost gospels;” and the possibility of pranksters and mass hallucinations.

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Jonathan and Jaclyn Psalm 1

Jonathan and Jaclyn Psalm 1

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If Morality Is Objective, How Can We Know It? - Stand to Reason Blog

Brett explains how we can know the difference between subjective truth and objective truth.

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“What’s Behind it All?” Debate Review: Lawrence Krauss vs. Stephen Meyer vs. Denis Lamoereux

A debate on the topic of God, science, and the universe; “What’s Behind it All?” was had at Wycliffe College in Toronto, Canada. The speakers were physicist Lawrence Krauss, philosopher of science Stephen Meyer, and biologist and theologian Denis Lamoureux. Meyer and Lamoureux are Christians, but differ on evolution. Lamoureux holds to theistic evolution/evolutionary creation, while Meyer advocates Intelligent Design theory. Krauss is an atheist. Here, I will sum up different parts of the debate, then offer some analysis. I skip over the roundtable discussion. It should be noted Meyer was visibly suffering from a migraine and at points had great difficulty throughout the debate due to the impact of this migraine.

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Even Tyler Perry Can't Improve on the Greatest Story Ever Told

But maybe the real story of the passion of Christ should be told in the first-century setting, more or less within the bounds of the Gospels themselves. Maybe it’s to my shame that I got bored with the barebones, historical story of Jesus. It’s not that the original story is boring or needs a facelift. Its simplicity is heart-pounding in and of itself. It’s the ultimate story of good trumping evil, of death receiving the death knell. We can do powerful justice to the gospel story of life, death, and resurrection within the first-century world of political bartering, domineering government, and the real messiness of human existence that transcends all time periods and eras.

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Tullian Tchividjian Confesses Second Affair Concealed by Two Coral Ridge Elders

I recently confessed to my pastor and elders a previous failure from a few years ago, I deeply regret my actions and putting myself in the compromising position that lead me to sin the way I did. My heart grieves for all of those that have been hurt by my selfishness and foolishness. I am extremely sorry for the pain I've caused my ex­wife and my kids. I will forever regret how much my sin has hurt them. The process of repentance is progressive and painful. It involves ongoing confession, not just of what's going on in my life now but, what happened in my life in the past.

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The Story Behind Justin Bieber’s ‘Bigger Than Satan’ Tour Shirt

I can’t imagine doing a clothing line to just make money and be cool if I’m not trying to inspire people … The Fear generation to me is this new generation of cool kids that believe in God and that are really the coolest kids at school or the coolest kids [period]. I don’t know if you did youth groups when you were a kid, but the Christian kids were always not as cool as the real cool kids at school. So now [I want to show] that, “No, we are the cool kids. We look cool and there’s some depth about us that is cooler than whatever is fleeting at this moment.”

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Is Adam LaRoche a Hero for Walking Away from $13 Million?

“God bless him,” veteran Christian sportswriter and former professional athlete Ted Kluck said when I asked him about LaRoche. “He had the right to do what he did.” Kluck also acknowledged that it was “a really special thing” for LaRoche and his son to enjoy the unusual and gracious arrangement the teams for which he played had allowed over the past few years. That said, in spite of the praise LaRoche has received from fellow players for putting family first, Kluck doesn't believe Christians should rush to anoint LaRoche a hero. That's because he doesn't necessarily see this situation as a statement on the quality of the now-retired player’s fatherhood.

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Four Wycliffe Translators Have Died in Militant Raid in Middle East

Please ask the Lord to mend the hearts and wounds of the translation team who have gone through this horrible ordeal. ... Pray with me for the killers too. Pray for these whose hearts are so hard. Pray the Lord will open their eyes to what they have done. Please ask the Lord to meet them, each one, right where they are. Pray that He will show Himself merciful, that they will know His forgiveness, His love and His peace.

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A must-read about the evangelical gender debate

Without question, 1 Timothy 2:12 is the most contested verse in the wider debate among evangelicals about women in ministry. The most contested clause within this most contested verse is “I do not allow a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man.” And the most contested word within this most contested clause is without a doubt authentein (often translated as “exercise authority”).

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Research On Religion | Michael Licona on the Historiography of the Resurrection

While the accounts of Jesus’s trials and crucifixion would be relatively standard fare for events of that day, the Resurrection moves us into the world of the miraculous and highly contested arguments over what really happened.  Mike notes that we are dealing with the same sort of evidence as with the earlier parts of Jesus’s life.  (Note: There is a short 1 minute 15 second segment that some electronic noise occurs.  This does pass.)  At this point we examine a number of counter-hypotheses to the Gospel versions of the Resurrection, noting that the scientific method relies upon examining counter-hypotheses and determining if they are better explanations than the main hypothesis proffered.  We work our way through several common arguments against the miraculous nature of the Resurrection including: the discrepancies within Gospel accounts; whether this was a retelling of pagan resurrections myths; whether there was a conspiracy to give a fraudulent account; different accounts contained in the “lost gospels;” and the possibility of pranksters and mass hallucinations.

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Stand to Reason | #STRask - March 21, 2016

If the Son is begotten, then He is dependent upon the Father for existence. Does this make Him less than equal to the Father?

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Walk Away from the World to Pray

Tuesday is halfway between the entrance into Jerusalem and the crucifixion. If we consider Jesus’s journey from kingship (Palm Sunday) to the cross (Good Friday) as a chiasm, Tuesday night emerges prominently at its center. It’s the day Jesus hits his stride. It’s the day Jesus gets his hooks in the final end to all the pain and despair and confusion the church will face for thousands of years — the topic of his Tuesday teaching.

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Light for Electricians: How Christians Bring Hope to Business

“Beautiful orthodoxy in action” was more or less the theme of our series This Is Our City , on Christians pursuing the common good in six US regions. It’s also the theme of a new web series, titled “The Work of Our Hands,” from Jeff Haanen and Chris Horst. The series will spotlight Christians bringing truth, goodness, and beauty to their workplaces and sectors of influence. We believe Christianity has something positive to contribute to every realm of human activity, from electrical lighting to legal justice to lattes. This profile of Colorado business leader Karla Nugent is a great place to start. —The editors

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Exclusive Daily Devo at YouVersion, and Help for An Assault Victim

In this week’s update, Pastor Mark shares words of help for an assault victim, learned from a broken heart of personal experience in his own family. Watch to learn ways that you can share hope and encouragement to those in need.

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Is Adam LaRoche a Hero for Walking Away from $13 Million?

“God bless him,” veteran Christian sportswriter and former professional athlete Ted Kluck said when I asked him about LaRoche. “He had the right to do what he did.” Kluck also acknowledged that it was “a really special thing” for LaRoche and his son to enjoy the unusual and gracious arrangement the teams for which he played had allowed over the past few years. That said, in spite of the praise LaRoche has received from fellow players for putting family first, Kluck doesn't believe Christians should rush to anoint LaRoche a hero. That's because he doesn't necessarily see this situation as a statement on the quality of the now-retired player’s fatherhood.

32 Spiritual Gifts Part IV: encouragement, giving, leadership, mercy, and hospitality

So then he says, “If a man’s gift is prophesying, let him use it in proportion to his faith.” We’ll deal with the gift of prophecy here in a few weeks. It is spoken of most extensively in 1 Corinthians 14. That’s a subject that is highly debated and surrounded in much controversy and so we’ll reserve the preponderance of a whole sermon for that. He goes on to say then, “If it is serving,” we dealt with that a few weeks ago, “let him serve; if it is teaching, let him teach;” we dealt with that additionally a previous week. “if it is encourage, letting – if it is encouraging, rather – let him encourage;” so we’ll deal with the gift of encouragement tonight, right? The nicest people in the world have the gift of encouragement and I don’t, as some of you maybe knew. I don’t, unless it is, “Knock it off before I punch you in the neck,” which I don’t think is the gift of encouragement, it’s more like the gift of I don’t know, violence or something. So, some of you have this gift and we’ll talk about it momentarily. “[I]f it is contributing,” or giving “to the needs of others, let him give generously;” we’ll deal with the gift of giving, “if it is leadership, let him govern diligently;” so we’ll deal with the gift of leadership, “if it is showing mercy,” another gift I don’t have, “let him do it cheerfully.

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Renewing Your Mind | Transfiguration | March 21, 2016

In the Exodus 33 passage, Moses asks to see God’s glory — a request that God graciously grants. But God must protect Moses so that Israel’s leader is not consumed. As we read in verses 18–23: “Moses said, ‘Please show me your glory.’ And he said, ‘I will make all my goodness pass before you and will proclaim before you my name ‘The Lord.’ And I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will show mercy on whom I will show mercy. But,’ he said, ‘you cannot see my face, for man shall not see me and live.’ And the Lord said, ‘Behold, there is a place by me where you shall stand on the rock, and while my glory passes by I will put you in a cleft of the rock, and I will cover you with my hand until I have passed by. Then I will take away my hand, and you shall see my back, but my face shall not be seen.’” Moses could see God’s back, but not His full glory (that is, His face).

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Lives like mine, stories like mine, are often unheard of in a world where abortion is still talked about as a simple choice or a woman's right.  Thankfully, however, the truth about abortion and its consequences for children, women, men, families, and our communities as a whole is coming to light.  The truth about abortion survivors is that I'm far from alone.  Although we mourn the loss of nearly 57 million lives to abortion since Roe v. Wade was passed, we also celebrate the lives of those who have survived.

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This Week on Inspirational Breakfast - Premier Christian Radio

Monday 21st March:  This morning we are asking was Judas really the baddie in the Bible? Prominent clerics, including a Church of England Bishop, have lent their voices to calls for a reappraisal of the disciple who betrayed Jesus, leading to his crucifixion. The Rt Rev Nick Baines, the Bishop of Leeds, remarked that he feels "a bit sorry" for Judas. In fact a chorus of voices are saying, the lost apostle, viewed by many Christians as a figure beyond redemption, has had a "lousy press" for the last 2,000 years. Do you agree? We'll be chatting to Gogglebox's Reverend KATE BOTTLEY who'll be presenting a documentary about Judas on Good Friday called ‘In the Footsteps of Judas’ . So we’re asking you - Was Judas’ betrayal part of God's plan?

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No, God Is Not Disappointed in You

Hi Drew, I'm glad you liked the article, and I thank you for the comment! I very much agree that God uses other people in our lives to grow and heal us. As a matter of fact, I'm a Christian counselor myself, so I lean wholeheartedly on the Holy Spirit leading me when I speak with clients. Perhaps I should have left out the word, "only." What I meant by the phrase, is that God is the source of our transformation and our greatest help. Also, that He offers us the help that we don't have in ourselves, so we turn to Him in awareness that He (rather than we) is the one to do what we can't. And when we get significant help from others, He is the influence behind it. Thanks for sharing though, as I wouldn't want anyone to miss out on getting outside support from God's family, since He truly wants us to be blessed in that capacity.

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America’s Changing Religious Landscape

The Christian share of the U.S. population is declining, while the number of U.S. adults who do not identify with any organized religion is growing, according to an extensive new survey by the Pew Research Center. Moreover, these changes are taking place across the religious landscape, affecting all regions of the country and many demographic groups. While the drop in Christian affiliation is particularly pronounced among young adults, it is occurring among Americans of all ages. The same trends are seen among whites, blacks and Latinos; among both college graduates and adults with only a high school education; and among women as well as men. ( Explore the data with our interactive database tool. )

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Actually, Most Evangelicals Don’t Vote Trump

Across all the states, the March 15 elections showed that, on average, a super-majority of 60 percent of evangelicals voted for someone other than Trump. Furthermore, there continues to be strong evidence that the more religious a voter is, the less likely they are to support Donald Trump. For example, in Missouri exit polls, which tracked church attendance, Trump performed much worse than Ted Cruz. Of those who attend religious services “more than once a week,” Cruz garnered 56 percent of the vote, outpacing Trump by a full 26 percentage points. Among those who attend religious services once a week, Cruz earned 50 percent of the vote, which was a full 17 points above Trump.

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The Muratorian fragment, dated 170 A.D., affirms 22 out of 27 New Testament books

The four Gospels are also referred to in the Canon Muratorianus, a seventh or eighth century manuscript originally translated from Greek into a deponent form of Latin and widely regarded as having been produced ca. 170 CE. Though the beginning of this canonical list is fragmentary (though obviously referring to Mark), the first two clear references to New Testament books are to Luke and John (lines 2, 9): tertio euangelii librum secando Lucan guard evangeliorutn lohannis ex decipolis.” (“The third book of the Gospel is that according to Luke … The fourth of the Gospels is that of John, [one) of the disciples”).

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Are All Sins Really the Same?

The important thing is that all sins are the same to God! In the Old Covenant, God made an agreement between Himself and people when he said "Keep My commandments", referring to the 10 commandments. If they couldn't keep them, they were to sacrifice an unblemished animal at the Feast of Atonement to cover their sins. This showed their love, or belief, in God and gave them salvation in the Old Testament (i.e., living in heaven with God after death). There was no difference between lying, adultery or murder from God's perspective. If you sin, it can keep you from living with Him after we die. Unfortunately, because they broke the commandments every year, they had to return to sacrifice an unblemished animal annually. In the New Covenant, God makes the same agreement of not breaking the 10 commandments. However, this time it is not with people, but with Jesus. Jesus keeps the 10 commandments right up to His death on the cross. He becomes our sacrificial unblemished animal where belief in Him will provide salvation for us (i.e., living with God after death). So, it's appointed for man to die once and face judgment.

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So You Have No Idea What Your ‘Calling’ Is

The first time I heard this I was inspired, but what started as inspiration began to build into anxiety. Words like “calling” and “vocation” sound great until you realize you don’t know yours. I felt like I had to figure out how I would change the world forever, how I would make my mark. But several years of walking in all sorts of wrong directions taught me a few things that are important to remember when you’re not sure what your calling is.

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How can you be sure Jesus came out of the grave two thousand years ago? Hear compelling evidence and sharpen your understanding of Christ’s life-changing triumph over death in John MacArthur’s Easter study The Mystery of the Resurrection .

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Carpenter: Blackballing Those Who Endorse Trump

A list of those so-called conservatives and Republicans endorsing Donald Trump, the megalomaniac who regularly threatens his opponents and the press, raves about making members of our military adopt ISIS-like tactics, has funded Obamacare and Gang of Eight Democrats, promises to forcibly relocate American companies to his liking, and has demonstrated again and again he intends to govern as a tyrannical King rather than a President.

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Marriage Isn't About Your Happiness

I agree in large part, but if marriage was just about giving and loving without condition, then you could marry utterly anyone in the world who was of the opposite sex of yours, of any age or personality. And that certainly does not reflect American ideals. If marriage wasn't about you at all, then it wouldn't matter who you married, because according to the beliefs in this article, the only point of marriage is to think about the other person. And you probably can do that in any circumstance you set your mind to, ultimately. I would say, then, that first we do fall in love - with a certain kind of person, with a certain kind of personality. After all, God made dopamine release in the brain for a reason - and a multitude of other processes that occur in the mind and body throughout dating and then marriage. So we fall IN love, and then later that we choose TO love. The conscious decision to love, though, comes after we have become attracted to the person and been in love with them in the first place. I know it may not sound terribly spiritual, but I did want to mention it, to "lend a machete to the intellectual thicket.

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Did Jesus Say He Was God? - Apologetics Guy

I’m content to let that observation rest, and don’t intend to be drawn into protracted discussion here when I am both short on time, and have already suggested that the sincere, more rigorous and higher-level question is whether Jesus is in fact divine. His statements do not exclude that in the least, as you suggest. I will simply note in closing how your analysis of “Son of Man” leaves much to be desired. To suggest that “bar enash” would be better translated “human being” and not not “son of man” in Daniel 7 is hubristic, in light of established scholarship. This is an exceptional term for “man,” where “adam” would have been expected if it were generic as in Ezekiel. The text portrays this figure as being in heavenly company. Son of Man certainly indicates a human form, as Messiah was understood to be, but it does not reduce to human being in every sense. The text does not say that he is human, only that in the vision, this being was “like” a “bar enash.” This appellation, moreover, as distinct from “bar adam,” has the connotation in ANE literature of being heir to a royal throne.

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