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Philippians 2:3–4: Short-Term Loss for Long-Term Gain

Love makes huge sacrifices for the beloved. Because the joy of the beloved is our own joy.

The Cold-Case for the Resurrection | J. Warner Wallace

If you’ve never taken the time to check into the evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ or looked into who Jesus is, please consider looking at and listening to what Jim Warner Wallace…

Are the Hebrew Letters to be Interpreted from their Original Picture Signs? - Dr. Michael Heiser

I recommend the video below created by Dr. Michael Brown. It’s more than a debunking of the deeply flawed, nonsensical idea that the meaning of Hebrew letters is to be found in their original pictographic (picture) representations. Like myself, Dr. Brown is a trained Hebrew scholar and Semitist. He knows what he’s talking about here. …

Do Miracles Happen?: An Interview with Lee Strobel - Bible Gateway Blog

How should miracles be defined? What’s the difference between a miracle, answered prayer, and a coincidence? How many adults believe in miracles and say they’ve experienced them? Can miracles be proven? What could be considered the greatest miracle of all? In this Q&A, investigative journalist and bestselling author Lee Strobel (@LeeStrobel) talks about his book, …

Why It's Important to Understand the Difference Between Facts and Inferences (Video) | Cold Case Christianity

Why do some people look at the evidence for a particular claim but come to very different conclusions? What forces (in addition to the evaluation of evidence) are in play when someone makes a decision?

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112. Proofs of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ?

The One Minute Apologist gives us proofs for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ in this new episode. Recommended book "Jesus' Resurrection: Fact or Figment? A Debate between William Lane Craig & Gerd Ludemann" by Paul Copan:

Job, Suffering, and a Game of Chess

For the second example, I want to look at the story specifically brought up at the beginning of this post- Job. We learn that Job lost all his family (save his wife), wealth, health, and his livelihood. His attitude is recorded in Job 1:21b “The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away. May the name of the Lord be praised”. After going through the profound discussions recorded in the book of Job, God restored him. We see countless testimonies of those who have found solace in suffering by reading Job’s story. God had a purpose for the suffering that Job went through. If the story of Job represents just a “game” and a nefarious and evil one, at that, then this evil game has had some pretty good consequences. If we are to acknowledge that God is in control and knows what He is doing (which is what Christianity affirms about God), then there was nothing evil about what happened to Job- God knew the good that would result. The preservation of Job’s story allows you to experience God’s comfort, but you have to willing to accept, as Job did, that the Lord has an ultimate plan for your suffering.

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The Truth About Truth

In John 8:31-31, Jesus is recorded as conclusively saying: “ If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, 32 and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” The concept of truth is very much avoided in modern secular society. Instead, we are meant to choose our own truth, and live as we see fit. We’re told that what’s true for you isn’t necessarily true for me, and everything is actually up for interpretation. Right from wrong is never clear-cut, and morality is basically a subjective society-created idea. According to the modern academia, truth is an elusive and abstract concept, and we waste our time trying to pin anything down as true.

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The Resurrection of Jesus is still the most reasonable inference from the evidence

In order for the Resurrection of Jesus to be a late legend, the story would have to be both late and a legend. It is neither. The earliest New Testament documents include the Resurrection story, and the record of the early Church fathers demonstrates that the story was not altered over time. The truth of the Gospel accounts and the Resurrection of Jesus is still the most reasonable inference from the evidence.

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The Resurrection Comfort of Easter

As with most redemptive elements of the Christian religion, the resurrection of Christ confers upon its beneficiaries a present and a future status. Presently and spiritually, the resurrection raises Christians to newness of life (Rom. 6:4) and seats them in the heavenly places with Christ (Eph. 2:6). His vindication serves as the foundation for the judicial status of righteousness received by those who trust Him alone for salvation (Rom. 4:25). This is what theologians define as the “already/not yet” tension that characterizes the New Testament, or what Herman Ridderbos defined as Paul’s inaugurated eschatology. In the Old Testament sense of redemptive history, the “day of the Lord” was a one-step event bifurcating the old age and the new age. In one sense, Paul splits the day of the Lord in half and applies it to the first and second comings of Christ. At the first coming, the new age was inaugurated. For Christians, the judgment aspect of the day of the Lord has already passed, God’s wrath having been poured out on Christ, who died in place of His people. In another sense, however, the day of the Lord remains not yet for us—it is still a future event to be fulfilled in the second coming of Christ.

Cold-Case Homicide Detective J. Warner Wallace Investigates Easter

Greg’s Note: If you’re a regular visitor to The Poached Egg then you are most likely no stranger to the writings of former atheist and cold-case homicide detective, J. [Jim] Warner Wallace as he is one of the most prolific writers in the field of Christian Apologetics (or, ‘Christian Case-Making’, as he likes to call it) today and many of his blog posts (including the ones listed below) and books have been featured here. In 2016, Wallace ran a series on his website, , called Investigating Easter . This time of year when the skeptics are coming out of the woodwork, I thought you might find it handy to have the entire series gathered together in one place. Each of the seven posts are short and easily digestible, but they are not short on the critical thinking and analytical skills of a highly trained and experience detective!

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Apologetics is Unassuming - The Benefit of the Doubt

What I mean by unassuming reasons is just that these reasons are not controversial. There are, for example, facts about the universe that no one really denies. Unless you are insane you believe the universe exists. There’s a wee bit of consensus on this fact. But how do we explain the existence of the universe? The Christian answer says the universe points to the existence of God as creator. Or take the so-called fine tuning of the universe. There may be quibbles about calling this “fine tuning,” but no one really denies that there exist certain contingent conditions of the universe that have to be just so for life to exist in the universe. Again, this seems to point to the existence of God. The point is that the consensus gives us an unassuming reason to believe that God exists. Said differently, a person does not need to already be a theist (Christian or otherwise) to affirm these reasons. In short, they are unassuming.

Tendons Are Irreducibly Complex | Evolution News

We’ve seen seven to eight levels of hierarchy in a tendon’s structure — enough to begin thinking about irreducible complexity (IC). Add to that the physical constraints of ability to withstand rupture while storing energy, the crosslinks, and the repair options, and the case for IC grows. It becomes overwhelmingly persuasive when we consider that the fibers are coded by genes and built by ribosomes using two independent codes: the genetic code and the protein code. On top of that, consider that the fibrils must be sent to the proper location in the body and wrapped with others at the proper angle by other molecular machines.

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Book Review: “The Myth of Equality” by Ken Wytsma

Part I of the book, entitled “The Story of Race,” is a well-researched, broad look at racism in the United States. Wytsma shows how the notions of race became so ingrained in our worldview–despite the United States being a nation, mostly, of immigrants. Then, he demonstrates that institutions have existed throughout the history of the United States that have influence stretching into today. This section is perhaps the most important for building up his overall case, as many express doubts about these very conclusions. The notion that slavery was “back then” and has little-to-no impact on today is one that I have run into many times. Wytsma shows that this is a completely mistaken idea. From the immediate re-enslavement of black people in the south through the use of convicts’ labor, the collapse of Reconstruction, to redlining and the war on Drugs, time and again Wytsma doesn’t just outline the woes of our country, but shows how these institutions’ have influence that reaches into today. The facts, details, and data are all brought to bear, however briefly, to demonstrate his points.

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Is There Any Evidence for Jesus Outside the Bible? | Cold Case Christianity

“In the year 3671 (in Jewish reckonging, it being ca 90 B.C.) in the days of King Jannaeus, a great misfortune befell Israel, when there arose a certain disreputable man of the tribe of Judah, whose name was Joseph Pandera. He lived at Bethlehem, in Judah. Near his house dwelt a widow and her lovely and chaste daughter named Miriam. Miriam was betrothed to Yohanan, of the royal house of David, a man learned in the Torah and God-fearing. At the close of a certain Sabbath, Joseph Pandera, attractive and like a warrior in appearance, having gazed lustfully upon Miriam, knocked upon the door of her room and betrayed her by pretending that he was her betrothed husband, Yohanan. Even so, she was amazed at this improper conduct and submitted only against her will. Thereafter, when Yohanan came to her, Miriam expressed astonishment at behavior so foreign to his character. It was thus that they both came to know the crime of Joseph Pandera and the terrible mistake on the part of Miriam… Miriam gave birth to a son and named him Yehoshua, after her brother. This name later deteriorated to Yeshu (“Yeshu” is the Jewish “name” for Jesus.

What Evolution “Controversy”? Scott Turner Gets High Praise from Quarterly Review of Biology | Evolution News

This confirms an observation that philosopher of science Stephen Meyer and others have often made. If you want to know what scientists themselves think about the current status of evolutionary theory, you have to look behind the curtain. You must read what they say in the relative privacy of their professional journals. Here, for example, is a review in the current volume of The Quarterly Review of Biology praising Scott Turner’s book, Purpose and Desire: What Makes Something “Alive” and Why Modern Darwinism Has Failed to Explain It .

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Dating Easter: When Did He Rise from the Grave by @jwarnerwallace . It’s unlikely anyone is trying to date Goldilocks’ and three bears interaction. But, the fact that we can date the Resurrection of Jesus places the event in a very different category.

Is There a Curse with Winning the Lottery?

Last Saturday, a single ticketholder won the Pennsylvania Powerball jackpot valued at 456.7 million dollars, becoming an instant millionaire like few others in the history of state lotteries. Are you feeling a bit envious? Don’t be. Winning the lottery can be bad for your health, in more ways than one. In fact, winning the lottery can be dangerous .

Why I Am Not an Evolutionary Creationist | Live with Dr. Fazale "Fuz" Rana

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Tuesday, March 27, 2018 — The Briefing

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Why the Appearance of Design in Biology Is a Problem for Atheistic Naturalism

As unlikely and unexpected as it may be, life exists in our universe , and just as researchers stipulate to the appearance of fine-tuning in the cosmos , scientists also stipulate to the appearance of design in biological organisms . Richard Dawkins would be the first to agree: “Biology is the study of complicated things that give the appearance of having been designed for a purpose.” Many other scientists affirm this observation and extend it to include the larger ecosystems in which many symbiotic organisms are dependent on one another for their survival. Smith College professor of biological sciences, Robert Dorit says, “The apparent fit between organisms seems to suggest some higher intelligence at work, some supervisory gardener bringing harmony and color to the garden.” For scientists looking for an explanation within the “garden” to avoid the inference of an external “supervisory gardener,” this appearance of design is difficult to explain.

The Seven Last Sayings of Jesus from the Cross

The editorial team at the Colson Center has compiled our reflections on Jesus’ last words in a booklet that we’d like to make available to you for free.

8 Things to Remember During Resurrection Conversations

“How does the death of a guy, even if he is God, do anything for me now?” A friend asked me this a short time ago. This person didn’t doubt that God raised Jesus from the dead. They doubt how it could have any effect on them today. It wasn’t “Good News” if it didn’t really matter. On one hand, I understand this person’s question. I understand the desire to connect the Resurrection to our life today. On the other hand God has revealed to us His purpose and plan in raising Jesus from the dead. Simon has outlined some evidence that gives us confidence in the historicity of Jesus’ Resurrection.    Simon then drew from the biblical stories and concluded ‘Jesus is risen, therefore you have work ahead of you’ here. Part of the work is to share the Hope that is found in this event. Even though it is ancient history, it has present day effects. Let’s get plugged into leadership and see how we can relate the Resurrection to our conversations today.

Your One Best Answer to People Who Say Jesus Never Existed (And Other Skeptical Claims) | The Stream

On he first day of class for the semester she was trying to get to know the students. She asked them each to name the one historical figure they would most like to meet. One student said Jesus. The prof down the student’s answer big-time. She didn’t exactly say Jesus never existed, but just as bad: “No one knows if he ever really existed, and if he did, who knows, he might have been a druggie.” That’s a pretty much direct quote.

Restoration is the Fruit of Rest

We all need rest. We may try to deny or ignore it, but it’s part of our intricate design. God modeled rest for us when He created for six days, and then rested on the seventh. He didn’t need to rest, but He wanted us to see that rest is good. It’s restorative. However, as leaders, rest is often the last thing on our to-do list and the first thing to get pushed to the back burner when something more pressing arises. We are quick to fill our downtime and schedule our Sabbath with “just a few things that need to be done.”

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Treat Yourself to the Voice of God

But what goes into developing a solid, reliable habit? What steps can we take, apart from raw willpower, to foster the instinct and enflame the desire to hear from God daily in his inspired Book? Don’t fool yourself that there’s any virtue in making Bible time as unpleasant as possible. Mere duty will not suffice for long-term motivation or biblical obedience.

The Greatest Challenge in Discipleship Today

That first year, when Christ was new to me, was like the first time I heard my all-time favorite piece of music. Perhaps you remember the first time you heard yours — how besotted you were by it, how you put it on repeat and listened to it endlessly. You told your friends, “You have to hear this — seriously, it’s amazing.”

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The Pursuit of God: Being okay with unanswered questions

Sometimes what appears deep and difficult may turn out to have straightforward answers. This is a wonderful experience. Suppose someone becomes worried about the charge that Scripture is filled with contradictions. Suppose she has resisted the urge to look into this due to fear for what she will find. She’s afraid that what she’ll find will hurt her faith. But she makes this an intellectual pursuit and looks into this. What she would find (at least, I have) is lots of differences across parallel accounts but no, as in zero, obvious contradictions in the crucial details of the accounts. When we consider possible ways to reconcile these accounts and also the genre and literary devices used in these accounts, these problems are well handled.

6 Ways the Bible Changed My Perspective on Ethnic Diversity

Like many Christians, I grew up thinking the Bible was a story about people who looked a lot like me. This natural assumption was strengthened by my pictorial Bible (with Renaissance-era paintings of European-looking characters), Sunday school material, and Hollywood movies like The Ten Commandments (with Charlton Heston playing Moses). Perhaps you grew up with this same impression. As I grew older and began to study the Bible more seriously, however, I realized this was a rather naïve and immature perspective. I discovered that the Bible’s storyline reflects quite a bit of fascinating ethnic diversity. And this diversity appears to be an important part of the storyline. Here are six brief observations that changed my understanding of ethnic diversity in the Bible—and thus my perspective on ethnic diversity in the church. 1. All People Are Created in God’s Image Interestingly, the Bible doesn’t begin with the creation of a special race of people. In Genesis 1 and 2, the first human is simply identified as ādām , which means “humankind.” Adam and Eve are not Hebrews or Egyptians or Canaanites.

Why Philosophical Proofs for God Are Better Than 'Scientific' Proofs

Let me first say that I think the “scientific” proofs for God’s existence are very good, as far as they go. (I’ll explain why that word is in quotes later.) Since middle school one of my hobbies has been backyard astronomy. I am very familiar with the intelligent design arguments from cosmology and biology. They are all very good and very convincing. So what’s the issue? Well, for one, natural science alone can’t prove God. It needs philosophy.Then what makes the scientific arguments good? They are good because they show that the chances for the design (not existence) of the universe and life due to random events are essentially zero. But the jump from probability to cause is a philosophical one. Science, does after all, require the use of philosophy. As someone once said, philosophy is unavoidable . Science can give us probability, mathematics, and descriptions of how things are. However, by definition natural science studies nature and thus cannot make the move beyond nature to the supernatural. Again, that is a philosophical move.

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Darwin's Quantum Leap

Early in 2009, the International Year of Darwin got underway in Shrewsbury, England, the birthplace of Charles Darwin. As part of the celebration marking both Darwin’s 200th birthday and the 150th anniversary of the publication of his seminal work, On the Origin of Species , a sculpture was unveiled in Shrewsbury’s Mardol Quay Gardens. Nearly forty feet high, sixty feet long, and weighing over 200 tons, the structure, named Quantum Leap, resembles a gigantic slinky placed on the ground like an upside down ‘U.’ Darwin coordinator, Jon King, explains, “What we wanted was an iconic structure – something that was big was bold, but something that could be interpreted in different ways.” In an irony apparently lost on its celebrants, the name ‘Quantum Leap’ makes a fitting metaphor for the thinking of contemporary Darwinists.

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Our Blood Exposes Our Physical—and Spiritual—Health

That the blood is connected to human health and flourishing was clear to the earliest medical philosophers. Ancient Greek doctors believed that the condition of the blood was a key indicator of the health of the patient. If the patient was pale, it indicated that there was too little blood in the patient’s system, and the patient should eat liver. But if the patient was fevered, there was too much blood in the patient’s system, and a little bloodletting via leeches was in order.

5 strategies for actually reforming your church — Southern Equip

Then the church issues a call for a man to serve as pastor. They’ve grown so accustomed to their disastrous polity that they don’t even notice it. But he does. He sees the disunity, the infighting, the confusion, and the failure to walk together in love. He grimaces at the revolving door membership that bloats the church roll while further crippling the congregation’s health. He recognizes the lack of faithful shepherding that should be done by elders but without elder leadership in their polity, doesn’t happen. With great courage, he accepts the church’s call to serve and begins the painful journey of leading toward biblical practices.

Gary Habermas on 6 Skeptics-Approved Facts That Prove Jesus' Resurrection

Speaking at the Southern Evangelical Seminary's annual National Conference on Christian Apologetics, Christian philosopher and historian Gary Habermas shared historical facts that a vast majority of scholars, including even skeptics, do not dispute — facts that are the basis for proving Jesus' boldly resurrection.

It would be intellectually irresponsible of me to abandon my faith in the face of the questions I have given all the evidence I see

The reason that unanswered questions do not defeat my faith is because Christian faith is consistent with having unanswered questions. I have A LOT of unanswered questions about how a million pounds of metal and other material can cruise at 30,000 feet and reliably travel from New York to LA or wherever we need to get on planet earth. And yet I have a rational faith in my airplane to get me there despite having unanswered questions. This is because I have plenty of evidence to believe that flying is a safe mode of travel. Likewise, when it comes to my Christian faith, I have plenty of evidence for it to be a rational faith despite having unanswered questions. In fact, it would be intellectually irresponsible of me to abandon my faith in the face of the questions I have given all the evidence I see for believing that Christianity is true.

6 Signs of Historical Reliability in the Resurrection Accounts

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Church Planting Hinges on Easter

A common objection to belief in God goes something like this: If God really exists, why doesn’t he care about all the evil and suffering in the world? Why doesn’t he do something about war, starvation, and child abuse? As a Christian, maybe you feel hamstrung as to how to respond to these kinds of attacks. But I think the apostle Paul would say this: God has done something. He raised Jesus from the dead (Acts 17:31). Impossible Work The resurrection changes everything . Jesus Christ crushed the darkness of sin and death when he got up from the grave. The resurrection is not an add-on to our gospel message; it’s the heartbeat and the lifeblood of it. We plant churches to announce this message to a dark world . We do the hard work of planting churches because God did the impossible work of raising a man from the dead. When Paul unpacks the gospel for the church at Corinth, he reminds them that Christ was “raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures” (1 Cor. 15:4). Jesus commands us to fill the world with churches because he emptied a grave. We do the hard work of planting churches because God did the impossible work of raising a man from the dead.

Evidence for Jesus' Empty Tomb - DTS Voice

It stretches credibility. The women were in the story because they were in the story. There was no real way to kick them out and tell your story. So that’s what I think we see in the Gospels. And I think it’s hard for people to remember, particularly people who aren’t used to reading stuff where the idea is the Gospel writers made up this material, to realize that if you say they were able to make it up, all your options are on the table. You could’ve had appearances to the apostles. You could’ve had appearances to other groups. One of the points I like to make is I find it fascinating that even though there’s testimony that Jesus appeared to Peter and Jesus appeared to James, we don’t have a detailed account about what was involved in either of those events. If you were making it up from scratch, those would be the first people whose testimony you’d want I would think. So those are the kinds of realities that historical scholars wrestle with and so the bulk of them when they look at those kinds of features go yep, the case for this is very strong. Now that doesn’t solve the next question, which is if I have an empty tomb, how do I explain it? What does it mean to have an empty tomb? That’s a whole ‘nother conversation.

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