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Krauss v. Meyer: Computer Algorithms as a Fair Model of Darwinian Processes?

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There’s Officially Going to Be an ‘All That’ Reunion. The Dream of the ‘90s Is Still Alive

Children of the ‘90s rejoice. Nickelodeon is continuing its campaign of reminding you how awesome your childhood was by bringing back the sketch comedy show All That for a reunion. This is, of course, in addition to that Legends of the Hidden Temple TV movie that’s in the works and a feature film starring a bunch of old Nickelodeon cartoon characters. During an All That marathon on the Splat Network in April, which is celebrating the show’s 22nd anniversary (you feel old now, don’t you?), several of the original cast members will reunite for new sketches. Kel Mitchell, Danny Tamberelli, Josh Server, Lori Beth Denberg, and, yes, Kenan Thompson of SNL fame has all signed on for the mini-reunion. There’s no word if other former stars like Amanda Bynes or Nick Cannon will join in on the fun (though, he’s likely pretty busy with that new Radio Shack job). This also means we’re one step closer to that Good Burger sequel we’ve been patiently waiting 19 years for. For now though, let’s all just take a minute to remember that one time when a teenaged Kobe Bryant appeared in an All That sketch, that definitely does not hold up.

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About a Bike Lock: Responding to Richard Dawkins

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Investigating the Resurrection of Jesus - Darrell L. Bock, Mikel Del Rosario, and Justin Bass

In this episode, Mikel Del Rosario, Darrell Bock and Justin Bass discuss challenges to the historicity of the resurrection, focusing on ancient sources and the earliest data surrounding the event.

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4 ‘Humble’ Things That Aren’t Humble

I like the sentiment behind this article, however, I guess I struggle with its points since I happen to date someone who has gone a bit "viral" and I know when he says, "I am humbled by..." - he truly is. He says it from a sincere place in his heart that he explains that he simply did what he did because he loves to sing and is happy that it has had a positive impact on so many people. And he does "thank God" for the good things that have come about because of his gifted talents - it's not self-doubt, it's not trying to sound holier-than-thou - he IS thankful and grateful. So, I guess what I am struggling with in this article is it seems a bit too generalized and doesn't leave room for people who use certain phraseology to genuinely express a humble attitude. In some ways, it comes off a bit as an attack I guess. I appreciate the idea, just not sure of its execution. Good thoughts to consider and check yourself with though!

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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 .

Is Good Friday a Myth? What 5 Ancient, Non-Christian Sources Reveal

I’ll never forget being introduced to this whole concept of studying the historical Jesus. A professor from Liberty University, Dr. Gary Habermas, was guest lecturing at a seminar series called “Defending the Faith” during my time in the M.A. Apologetics program at Biola. In his presentation, he laid out a number of what he called, “minimal facts;” Historical facts related to the resurrection reports. But what was interesting is that these were facts that most ancient historians—including non-Christians scholars—actually agreed on.

What’s to Love About ‘Fixer Upper’

What’s to love about Fixer Upper ? Let us count the ways. If you’re like me, you could watch stars Chip and Joanna Gaines do just about anything. I’d be entertained by watching them watch paint dry. They’re good at their work and enjoy doing it. And, perhaps even more appealing, they honor each other and laugh a lot while working together. They include their kids in projects. They’re champions for their hometown of Waco, Texas. They must’ve boosted business for every carpenter, graphic designer, and antique mall within a 40-mile radius. They’re fun, entertaining, admirable people who seem to have a pretty cool job. That would be enough to draw their record-breaking audience of between 3 million and 5 million viewers each week.


Is the Date of Easter of Pagan Origin?

For the controversy is not merely as regards the day, but also as regards the form itself of the fast. For some consider themselves bound to fast one day, others two days, others still more, while others [do so during] forty: the diurnal and the nocturnal hours they measure out together as their [fasting] day. And this variety among the observers [of the fasts] had not its origin in our time, but long before in that of our predecessors. . . . And yet nevertheless all these lived in peace one with another, and we also keep peace together. . . . For neither could Anicetus persuade Polycarp to forego the observance [in his own way], inasmuch as these things had been always [so] observed by John the disciple of our Lord, and by other apostles with whom he had been conversant; nor, on the other hand, could Polycarp succeed in persuading Anicetus to keep [the observance in his way], for he maintained that he was bound to adhere to the usage of the presbyters who preceded him. And in this state of affairs they held fellowship with each other. 3

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It Is Finished

It is Friday, April 3, A.D. 33. It is the darkest day in human history, though most humans have no clue of this. In Rome, Tiberius attends to the demanding business of the empire. Throughout the inhabited world, babies are born, people eat and drink, marry and are given in marriage, barter in marketplaces, sail merchant ships, and fight battles. Children play, old women gossip, young men lust, and people die.

11 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.

When Every Hope Seems Lost

But when I think of Good Friday, my heart sinks. It is our remembrance of the ultimate day of despair, when sin colored the world and evil seemingly triumphed.

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Why the Resurrection Cannot be a Lie

Easter week is here and Christians are getting ready to mark the rising of Jesus from the grave. The Resurrection is the foundational event of Christianity and it drastically changed human history. But skeptics don't believe the accounts of the resurrection as the Gospels and Paul present them. They doubt the historicity of the resurrection, and think the Gospel writers either intentionally fabricated the tale or recorded legends that grew into the familiar story we know. However, both theories have significant problems associated with them. Problems with Charging the Resurrection as Fraud Some charge the Gospel writers with fraud, inventing the resurrection accounts as part of a purposeful plan to "sell" Christianity to the masses or to gain power. This charge goes all the way back to the Jewish Sanhedrin themselves, who claimed the disciples stole the body in order to claim Jesus had been raised from the dead (Matt 28:13). First, it is very unclear how concocting a story of a crucified leader who rises physically would be more appealing to a first century Jew than perhaps a spiritual or ephemeral resurrection.

Why God Loves It When We Lose Our Way

Why does God do that? I do wonder, as does everyone in their right mind, why does a good God let so much evil happen in the world in and in our lives? Sadly, the Bible offers no answer to this question. But, a counselor friend of mine told me once that when people who walk through trauma together—in a car accident, survive 9/11, lose a friend together—there is an inseparable bond forged between those two people that almost nothing can overcome.

Catalyst Conversations

Dr. Tim Elmore is a leading authority on how to understand the next generation and prepare tomorrow’s leaders today. He is a best-selling author, international speaker, and president of Growing Leaders, a nonprofit that helps develop emerging leaders under the philosophy that each child is born with leadership qualities. Tim and his team provide public schools, universities, civic organizations, and corporations with resources that foster the growth of young leaders who can transform society.

5 Ways to Do Mission Work That Will Actually Change the World

Unfortunately, there are plenty of global examples of gifts and projects that build unhealthy dependency. When we erect buildings, dig wells and start schools with foreign funding, plans, materials and labor, we typically haven’t built the capacity of the national leaders. Rarely do they feel a sense of ownership and healthy pride about those projects, and they’re probably not going to repair or improve them when that become necessary. That’s not a long-term solution. It’s not doing with people. Instead, pursue projects that involve the recipients and build their strength, potential and capacity.

19 Young Boy at Refugee Camp: ‘Sorry for Brussels’

A young refugee at a camp on the Greek-Macedonian border had a message for the world following terrorist attacks that killed more than 32 in Belgium this morning: “Sorry for Brussels.” The young boy is one of more than 10,000 people who’ve fled violence, ISIS and poverty, and are now stuck at the camp with very little sanitation and basic resources. At a peaceful protest there this morning, the refugees asked that the border be reopened. The radical Islamic group ISIS has claimed responsibility the attack.

20 BreakPoint | What's a Christian to Think (and Do)?

"In an increasingly hostile, secular culture, Christians are faced with issues and choices we’ve never had to deal with before. BreakPoint is here to help believers of every denominational background develop a robust Christian worldview—seeing, understanding, and engaging the world from a biblical perspective." - Chuck Colson

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Let’s Not Give ISIS What It Wants

And if he’s right, ISIS wants essentially to cripple the Western world—with a particular interest in erasing Christianity—as a way of ushering in the apocalypse. This means, at least in part, that when we in the West react to ISIS aggression with a feverish desire for violence, we’re helping ISIS far more than we’re hurting them. Because, quite simply, our fear-fueled boundary building and neighbor separating plays into their hands.

Calvary Conquers the Fear of Death

How many of our obsessions are attempts to repress the fear of death? “The point is not that people are enslaved to a constant, conscious fear of dying,” says John Piper, “but that they are enslaved to a thousand ways of avoiding this fear. They are enslaved to ‘the denial of death.’ ‘Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die’ (1 Corinthians 15:32) is not an exultation of true freedom, but another form of benumbing denial. Death looms as the great enemy. And we become its slaves in the illusory flight of denial” ( Future Grace , 354).

The Most Important Virtue People Forget

My father also showed me that having a kind spirit is not the same as having a pliable core. He would strike up a conversation on Saturday with a plumber whose language was as dirty as his job, and on Sunday—behind the pulpit—he spoke in biblical tones of strength and resolve and certainty and calling. I saw no gap between how he treated others and what he said in his sermons. He lived with a firm center and soft edges, following Jesus’ affirmation of greatest commandments (Mark 12:30-31). “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.” This was his life of a firm center. And “love your neighbor as yourself.” This was his life of the soft edges, the receivable life, the outrageous way of kindness.

25 Wilberforce Weekend 2016

Opening in the fall of 2017, this museum will invite visitors to engage with the Bible, immersing them in its impact, narrative and history. The Colson Center and Museum of the Bible are pleased to invite participants in The Wilberforce Weekend Conference for a sneak preview of this historical endeavor by taking part in a hard hat tour of the museum‘s construction site. The event will begin with light refreshments and presentation on the museum’s innovative design and the ground-breaking initiatives already underway, followed by a guided tour of the museum site by museum staff and Clark Construction. Limited to 150 participants.

Book Review: “A New Kind of Apologist” edited by Sean McDowell

The topics in the book aren’t limited to some kind of ivory tower arguments (though I believe such arguments and books are very valuable); here, topics have direct application to life while maintaining an apologetic perspective. It’s a practical book, though it is necessarily brief on each topic that is covered. It provides more of a grab bag of ideas than well-developed approaches to the topics. Readers will be exposed to many different ideas, each with some insight on where to pursue further reading on the topic. The sheer breadth of issues touched upon make the book guaranteed to have something of interest for anyone even remotely concerned with apologetics. Method, Christian living, other religions, and a host of topics in between are covered. It’s an exciting book, as each chapter presents a new avenue for readers to explore.

4 Lies I Believed About Dating a Christian

Dating will forever be a tricky topic, especially within the Church. When it comes to dating and more importantly, marriage, I am fully behind the idea of being “equally yoked” (2 Corinthians 6:14) with another Christian. But we need to remind ourselves that it’s not just two Christians coming together; it’s two sinners. While this comes with its own share of obstacles as seen above, it doesn’t negate the fact that God, the author and creator of you and your partner, is above it all and will guide the both you to build your relationship in a way that brings Him glory.

He Is Not Here: The Resurrection of Christ by Michael Reeves | March 24, 2016

Without the resurrection of Christ, our hope of eternal life is vanquished. Since we know that Christ has risen from the dead, we have reason for faith and motivation for ministry. The resurrection testifies to the victory of Christ on the cross and the power of the gospel over sin and death. In this session, Dr. Michael Reeves describes how the resurrection of Christ provides the basis for our faith and gives hope for new life.

Not Satire: Axe Body Spray Causes Church Evacuation

A church in Seattle had to be evacuated this week, because the overwhelming stench of a dude proved to be simply too much to handle. Church officials called authorities after a backpack left in a church bathroom began emitting "cough inducing fumes.” The scare even triggered an evacuation of a local daycare, and the entire street had to be shut down. It proved to be a wise move. After a hazmat team went into the bathroom, their fears were realized: The backpack contained a leaky can of Axe body spray. For reasons that remain baffling to anyone who’s ever gotten a whiff of “Dark Temptation” or has spent any time on the Jersey Shore boardwalk, authorities determined that the item was “non-hazardous."

Before You Just Quit, Ask These Questions

I really appreciate this article. I am currently struggling with wanting to quit a commitment that is just draining me. It is a commitment and a livelihood. My question is when is it ok to quit? Because sometimes I think as Christians, having grace is having grace for ourselves and forgiving ourselves when we have to throw in the towel. That maybe that was the challenge and the lesson, was trying and not succeeding. My parents raised me never to quit and sometimes this was counter-intuitive to my own spiritual self-growth because I based my self-worth off of not quitting and following through even if it meant sacrificing my own self-care. I would pose the question, when can a commitment interfere with a persons emotional and spiritual well-being?

Evangelist Michael Ramsden to preach at 'site of Jesus' resurrection' on Easter Sunday | Christian News on Christian Today

"Being on location at the Garden Tomb reminds us that Easter isn't some fabricated, distant or fallacious fable, but that it is a credible, historical story about a real person, Jesus Christ. He was the greatest figure of history and continues to change the world as we know it in ways that show that he is still very much alive today," Ramsden said.

How to Get Your Kids to Ask More Questions About Their Faith

When we first started doing this, we went around in a circle, having each of our kids ask a question on their turn. The good side of doing it that way is that it encourages everyone to be thinking. The bad side is (1) that it can kill the momentum of the night if one kid is not feeling particularly thoughtful (everyone will be sitting around waiting for them to come up with something), and (2) that if your kids are competitive (as mine are), they’ll spend more time thinking up a good question for their impending turn than listening to the current discussion. We found the whole night flows better when you simply let everyone throw out questions as they have them. Just make sure that if someone didn’t ask something on their own, you give them the chance to.

The Death of Christ

“We need to invite the horror of the crucified Christ—its blood and glistening bone and swirling insects—to assault our hearts with that reality so that our hearts might respond and say, ‘This is how I'm loved.’” — Kent Hughes

King of Kings, Sorrow of Sorrows

And whence came his sorrow and anguish, and fear, but because he felt that death had something in it more sad and more dreadful than the separation of the soul and body? And certainly he underwent death, not merely that he might depart from earth to heaven, but rather that, by taking upon himself the curse to which we were liable, he might deliver us from it. He had no horror at death, therefore, simply as a passage out of the world, but because he had before his eyes the dreadful tribunal of God, and the Judge himself armed with inconceivable vengeance; and because our sins, the load of which was laid upon him, pressed him down with their enormous weight. (Calvin’s Complete Commentaries, Kindle version: locations 388121–388130).

Who gets to define 'sin'? Press caught up in debate over a narrow freedom of 'worship'

I would add to that last sentence: These religious ministries and schools cannot defend their own doctrines defining "sin," even for employees and/or students who have -- to join this religious association -- voluntarily signed covenants in which they promise to live by these doctrines (or at least not to publicly attack them). In other words, the state now gets to define what is "sin" for these employees/students, not the doctrinally defined ministries and schools they have voluntarily joined.

Live to Give — At Any Cost

Jesus tells his disciples that if they love one another as he has loved them, “all people will know that you are my disciples.” In order to show our allegiance to Jesus, we may attempt just about anything other than loving one another. We put up signs in our yards, post quotes on social media, and add bumper stickers to our car. All these may express a genuine heart, but they mean nothing if we do not love other Christians — who can, in fact, be some of the most difficult people for us to love.

This Easter, Don't Forget About the Power of the Cross

This Easter, although we rejoice in the empty tomb, don't forget about the power of the cross. The cross cleanses, redeems, releases, crushes, and triumphs. It offers hope and peace to a dying world. "There is no peace until we see the finished work of Jesus Christ — until we can look back and see the cross of Christ between our sins" (D.L. Moody).

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God Has a Confusing Plan for Your Life

Most believers have felt the urge to sing out, with a blush of guilt, “Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it, prone to leave the one I love.” This is the via negativa we most associate with wandering, and the Bible is full of characters who are traveling off-road: the Israelites in the desert trudging out their punishment for disbelief and rebellion. The Prodigal Son who left home for Sin City. Cain, whose punishment for murdering his brother was to wander the earth as a nomad. The psalmist’s plea to God is often ours as well: “I seek you with all my heart; do not let me stray from your commands” (119:10).

Holy Week, Batman!

This installment, an obvious set-up for a forthcoming Justice League franchise, is directed by Zack Snyder, whom even the most ardent fans could not accuse of subtlety. It stars Henry Cavill as a pudding-faced Superman, Ben Affleck as the most square-jawed Batman imaginable (with Jeremy Irons as Alfred), Amy Adams as Lois Lane, and the twitchiest of Jesse Eisenbergs as Lex Luthor. Superman is in Metropolis and Batman is in Gotham, and various people doubt that they ought to be able to operate outside the law, while various other people think it's for the greater good. Though the title is a bit of a red herring, various circumstances do lead them to fight, parts of their respective cities get super-destroyed, and Lex Luthor prances about uttering the kind of lines that make you back away from people on the subway. There are monsters and science and Evil Corporations, and plentiful bad dialogue.

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1 Peter 3:7, Part 3: Your Wife Is an Heir of the Universe

If your wife loves Jesus, you are living with a queen of the universe, an heir of infinite glory. You should be amazed that you get to live with her. In this lab, John Piper explores the beauty and glory of a believing wife, and discusses the implications for husbands.

The Humanity of Jesus: The Ligonier Statement on Christology

Before we get out of the pages of the New Testament, we meet those who deny that the Son of God came in the flesh. That is, in first-century churches, the churches of the Apostles, false teachers had a presence. And one of the most common false teachings they spread was their denial that the Son of God had taken on human form. But why this issue? What was so offensive about Christ’s becoming man?

Reasons To Believe : 3 Ways Planet Earth Stands Out

In two decades, the exoplanet catalog has grown to over 2,000 known exoplanets. Using data from those planets and host stars, astronomers have developed models to determine information about planets not yet discovered. Based on those models, astronomers have estimated that the observable universe contains around 1020 terrestrial planets ! 1 For comparison, somewhere between 1022–1024 stars exist in the observable universe, so roughly one in a hundred stars have rocky planets. These models also allow astronomers to compare terrestrial exoplanets to Earth. Amidst the comparisons, Earth stands out in at least three ways.

46 This is Why He Came and Died

But today, on Good Friday, we reflect on how that beautiful babe in the manger came to fulfill a mission. A terrible and glorious mission! God invaded planet Earth. He became a human child, to live as one of us, to call us to repent, to love God with our whole heart, minds, and souls, and our neighbors as ourselves.

My Generation’s Weeds Problem

Finally, we should pick fights. As we help people grasp what’s growing in their hearts, we must also show how Jesus offers a life that’s far more beautiful and worthwhile than anything else on the market. Secular humanism would have me build a castle on the quicksand of my own will; Jesus will drain the marsh and lay a firm foundation. The therapeutic world would have me love my own foul heart; Jesus will forgive me and muck out the stables. Materialism tells me I suffer, I die, the end; Christ offers me resurrection by his grace.

Help Me Teach the Bible: Ian Duguid on Judges

In this episode Duguid points out that most of us are familiar with a few of the stories from Judges but don’t have a sense of how they fit together. He helps us to see how the book of Judges can minister to people whose lives have been significantly affected by the darkness of this world and even darkness among God’s people, the church.

Investigating Easter: Were The Disciples Accurately Reporting The Resurrection Of Jesus? | Cold Case Christianity

Investigating Easter: Were the Disciples Simply Influenced by Limited “Spiritual” Sightings? No. The theory fails to account for the numerous, divergent, and separate group sightings of Jesus that are recorded in the Gospels. As many as five hundred people were said to be available to testify to their observations of the risen Christ (1 Cor. 15:3–8) It’s not reasonable to believe that a persuader equally persuaded all these disciples even though they didn’t actually see anything that was recorded. This explanation also fails to account for the empty tomb or the missing corpse.

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