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Angelina Jolie Protected Refugee Children From a Mob

Last week, the larger-than-life actress visited a refugee camp in Greece, and, predictably, a crowd gathered to get a glimpse of the star. Then, the crowd quickly devolved into a mob that put some of the refugee children with Jolie in danger. The actress did the opposite of what we're accustomed to seeing stars do when confronted with that kind of attention: She put herself between the mob and the children. And, because this particular crowd consisted largely of media and paparazzi, we have video of Jolie arguing with those pressing in on her and trying to shield the children from being crushed. Jolie, in Greece with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, reportedly visited some of the 4,000 refugees and migrants who live outside of Athens.

Safe Science NOT Practiced Here: Don't Miss the April 7 Deadline for Summer Seminar Applications

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Long-Term Trends in the Fossil Record

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Hollywood Actress: Separation of Church and State Being Taken ‘Far Beyond the Freedoms This Country Was Founded On’

Actress Melissa Joan Hart, who is gearing up for the April 1 release of her new film “God’s Not Dead 2,” said in a recent interview that she believes that the separation of church and state has been taken "far beyond the freedoms this country was founded on." Hart,...

Video: Interview with Darrell Bock on "Truth in a Culture of Doubt," Part 1 - B&H Academic

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An Idea and Its Impact: Human Origins and Human Ethos

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Hilarious New ‘Lego Batman’ Trailer Is the Anti-‘Batman V Superman’

A another new trailer for the upcoming animated adventure comedy Lego Batman has just dropped, and it actually manages to do two things Batman V Superman doesn’t: Have fun and be funny. Will Arnett and the Lego masterminds seem to have no problem making a joke of Batman’s brooding and self-seriousness, which may be what the franchise needs after the whole Batfleck thing. Lego Batman is not the hero we need, but he is the one we deserve right now.

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The FAQs: Christians Targeted on Easter in Terrorist Attack in Pakistan

On Monday White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said , “the fact that you have an “extremist organization targeting religious minorities and children is an outrage.” Earnest added, “even though this terror attack was targeted at Christians, a religious minority in Pakistan — that in an of itself is grotesque — the fact of the matter is that based on the names we are seeing now the majority of the victims were actually Muslims.”

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The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything

The Beam Family talks about their hit film Miracles From Heaven and the incredible true story behind it. Listen here....

4 A Word of Gratitude As I Turn 70 | RZIM

If there is a challenge I want to give to you, it is to keep focused on the calling God has placed on your life. God has a purpose for your life and mine, and He alone gives us the platform and the strength to fulfill that calling as we share His love with our world. We know that hearts are hungry, lives are shattered, and grief and uncertainty are at an all-time high… but the message of Jesus Christ is as vibrant and as freshly needed as ever. Let us carry this light by a life that is beautifully lived and by a cohesiveness that is in itself a witness.

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3 Things to Stop Posting On Social Media

I have to admit I was surprised by the initial backlash of comments this article received. I found it well thought out, well written and humorously true (particularly the bit about Pinterest wedding boards). The use of sarcasm was done in good taste. I understood the sarcastic tone as humorously pointing out the oddities of our culture, not mocking an individual with a malicious intent. There is a distinct difference between the two. I think sadly, the people that lashed out with comments and concerns over the tone of the article were missing the greater point that challenges the reader to think deeper and consider our words and be more purposeful in how we use social media. Frankly, I find the honesty and challenge to think deeper and consider the purpose behind words and actions not only refreshing but also inspirational. Well done.

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Premier Christian on Twitter

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Homophobia Has No Place in the Church

Therefore, our comfort, our convenience, our safety, or our perception of our country’s values are no longer valid reasons to operate in any way that is opposed to genuine biblical love. And we love this way because this is exactly how Jesus first loved us (1 John 4:19). He wasn’t threatened or repelled by us; he wasn’t afraid to enter a relationship with us, sinners that we were (and still are), and to even graciously speak the truth about our sin. Instead, he loved us so lavishly that he died for us to present us clean and whole before his Father (Romans 5:6–8).

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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.

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Is Islam a Religion of Peace?

Well, it’s a polarized response. You have two responses I’m seeing in America: You have the people saying, “Islam is a religion of peace. All Muslims are peaceful, loving people. ISIS and the like are hijacking Islam and not representative of Muslims.” I like that response in that it’s compassionate, but I don’t like how it ignores some of the truth. On the other side of the equation, you have people who are saying, “Islam is a violent religion, therefore all Muslims are all threats, therefore let’s keep them out of the country.” That’s a problematic response. It’s completely uncompassionate. It doesn’t distinguish between people and a belief system. But it does at least deal with the truth about Islam. So the title of my book, Answering Jihad: The Better Way Forward , the better way forward is embracing both truth and compassion, truth about Islam but compassion for Muslims.

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How the Gospel Frees Us From the American Dream

I was all about the American dream growing up, and not only because I am the daughter of two immigrants. A high GPA and extracurricular activities would surely get me into a good college, and a degree from a prestigious institution would surely equal a high-paying job. Isn't that what we're all aiming for, after all?

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Chris Pratt Built a Gigantic Cross on Easter

Some people like to dye eggs on Easter Sunday. Some, like Chris Pratt, like to build gigantic crosses out in the desert with their friends. On Instagram , the actor posted step-by-step instructions of how to erect a giant cross. The photos show Pratt and two friends carrying the huge steel cross up a hill, digging a hole and cementing it into the ground. The action and comedy star has been outspoken about his faith in the past. Over Christmas, he visited a children’s hospital with Russell Wilson and Ciara, writing on Instagram, “say a prayer for all those kids who don't get to be at home for Xmas. #merryxmas #HappyHolidays Psalm 37:3–4 ‘Trust in the LORD, and do good. Dwell in the land, and enjoy safe pasture. Also delight yourself in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart.’”

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It's Time for Christian Players in the NFL to Threaten a Boycott

But right now, you need to stand up like the men of courage you are, and you need to say to Roger Goodell, "Mr. Commissioner, we are privileged to make our living playing professional football, and it's the honor of a lifetime to have this international stage. But we are asking you to leave us out of the culture wars. The NFL is about sports and achievement and excellence, not about political correctness or gay activism or attacking religious freedoms. So we're asking you to quit threatening states for protecting our liberties and to quit using us as tools of a political agenda. And if you refuse to modify your position, we will have to sit out the next year."

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The Briefing 03-29-16 – AlbertMohler.com

Dr. Mohler helps Christians in their understanding of the underlying issues of this significant cultural shift and how to face the challenge of believing faithfully, living faithfully, and engaging the culture faithfully in light of this massive change.

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Keller, Piper, and Carson on Seeking Reformation through TGC

Editors’ note:  We’re pleased to announce that TGC’s 2017 National Conference will be held in Indianapolis from April 3 to 5 on the theme of “No Other Gospel: Reformation 500 & Beyond,” marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Registration will open next month, when we’ll make a more formal announcement. 

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Pakistani Taliban Targets Christian Women and Children Celebrating Easter (David Wood)

http://www.answeringmuslims.com As Pakistani Christians gathered at a park in Lahore to celebrate the resurrection of their Lord Jesus Christ, a Taliban suicide bomber worked his way towards the women and children before detonating his bomb. How many of these senseless atrocities must occur before Western politicians and the media start seriously examining the origins of Islamic violence? David Wood discusses the problem.

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3 Quick Reflections on Apologetics Worldwide

Recently, I returned from speaking at the first Reasonable Faith conference in Singapore , along with Dr. William Lane Craig and Jose Philip (Ravi Zacharias Ministries). Along with speaking at the conference, I also spoke at a local church, at Nanyang Technological University (NYU), and to the Singapore Cru team—all of whom were amazing hosts. There were about 400 people in the day RF conference and 600 and 800 for the evening sessions. Although apologetics is largely new in Singapore, it seems that it is beginning to take root.

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830. Did God Create The World To Boost His Own Glory?

Bobby explains how God did not make creation out of some need within Himself but to share His glory with us.

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Here’s Every Biblical Reference in ‘Hamilton’

But there are a lot more layers in here. The story of the Promised Land looms especially large in the imagination of both Civil War-era slaves longing for freedom and the Underground Railroad. “ Swing Low, Sweet Chariot ,” “ Michael, Row the Boat Ashore ,” and “ Wade in the Water ” are three of dozens of spirituals that use the imagery—which brilliantly managed to express a longing for freedom, call up Christian language to assuage those who would put down rebellion, and sometimes function as coded instructions for escape. The deep link to the Exodus story is also why Harriet Tubman was called “Grandma Moses.” The Civil Rights movement later drew on the same story, with Martin Luther King, Jr. bringing it up repeatedly in his rhetoric; the movement revived many old spirituals as protest songs, as well as making oblique references to the Exodus in songs like “We Shall Not Be Moved” and “We Shall Overcome.”

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Against misogyny: why every conservative should #DumpTrump #NeverTrump

When I first saw Trump’s tweet comparing Heidi Cruz against Trump’s third wife, my first response was to immediately unfriend all of the Trump supporting “friends” on Facebook. That’s how much I hate this idea that a woman has no value unless she is young and beautiful. For some reason, I regard this blindness / dismissiveness about the value of women as complementary to men as misogyny. I think deep down, there is something in me that recognizes that a man’s job is to give a woman security. And what security can a man give a woman when she knows that her value to him is all tied up in her youth and beauty? Trump is an adulterer. He divorced his two wives when they lost their youth and beauty, and he re-married younger women who had better appearances. But what security is there for a woman in a man who sees her contribution to the marriage as youth and beauty? I don’t want Trump’s example to become widespread.

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On Nonsense

The problem with such an assertion is that “lack of belief” does not necessarily translate into no faith. Rather many atheists simply redefine faith to agree with their ideology. Therefore, words take on meaning to fit an ideology rather than as descriptive approximations of reality. It does not matter if an ideology fits reality or not. The word is more the descriptive of the ideology than reality although the ideology may not agree with reality. Consequently, the attempt to erase God as real, faith is either the opposite of knowledge (i.e., “you have faith, but I possess knowledge based on science.”) or a lack of faith simply gets rid of God (i.e., what one does not believe does not exist.). The problem with such a definition of faith or lack thereof, it does not get rid of faith but rather assumes and redirects it.

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As Solomon warned, “Of making many books there is no end” (Ecc 12:12). There is no way to read everything, and not everything deserves to be read. I say that in order to confront the notion that anyone, anywhere, can master all that could be read with profit. I read a great deal, and a large portion of my waking hours are devoted to reading.

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Can a scientist believe in the resurrection? Three hypotheses. - The Veritas Forum

4.) Chance is not an explanation for anything it has no power to do anything. It cannot cause anything. I don’t know why I keep having to repeat this. It seems so obvious that chance cannot cause anything. The examples you give do have causes. Again they may not always know what the causes are but that doesn’t mean there is no cause it just means the cause has yet to be discovered. For the most part though they can usually identify why miscarriages occur. Calling them spontaneous abortions make them sound like they are a result of chance but they aren’t really because again Chance has no ability to cause anything. Simple example if you flip a coin is it chance that determines how it lands? Or is it the flip speed, the height it rises, the air moving it, the gravity pulling it back down, the weight of the coin, etc, that determines how it falls? If anyone desired to experiment on this (and they likely have) by doing the right calculations you could more ably predict on which side of the coin it will land. OH and to answer your question yes creationists do have an answer for both of those things happening.

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Leave Lent Behind — And Fast

The good news is that God’s ordinary “means of grace” — his word, prayer, and fellowship — are indeed for Ordinary Time, not just special seasons and occasions. It may be that what you tasted during Lent wasn’t special, but was actually normal Christianity. That God’s ongoing grace is, in fact, available to you every day of the year in the same measure — not just during Advent and Lent.

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Why You Should Teach Your Children to be Christian

However, I think unwittingly this progressive concept of faith and spirituality has pulled the rug out from under faith as a whole. Our collective intention has been to give equal credence to every single faith, religion, and worldview. However, by truncating faith and limiting its effects to the individual, we have actually belittled faith as a whole. By telling our children all faiths are possible and powerful and personal we have also told them that no faith is really true.

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Why We All Need to Stop Freaking Out About This Election

Agree with this immensely and am super grateful for the reminder. But at the same time, presidents DO have real moral and practical influence on our lives. And the American Church is one of the more influential voices in this election. If we want to stand for our Christ-founded, Christ-centric values we must stop being neutral and bipartisan with this election. YES. Our president is not the lord of our hearts or lives, but this election promises to affect the lives of many. It's time for serious believers to stand up against the Trump and Cruz candidacies. Believe what you will about abortion and economics, these issues are decided by policy makers and courts not presidents. Wars are waged by presidents and these two "Christian" candidates have already shown themselves to be vocally xenophobic warmongers. Stand up for America and for Christian values by standing up for basic HUMAN values: stand against Trump and Cruz. It DOES matter who you vote for this election. Don't "freak out" personally about politics but DEFINITELY freak out morally if either of these men become the leader of the free world.

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ZachariasTrust on Twitter

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The Lent Project

The Lent Project is a daily devotional series celebrating the Lent season through art and Scripture. Our goal is to help individuals quiet their hearts and enter into a daily routine of worship and reflection during this meaningful season.

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Georgia Governor Caves to Big Business, Vetoes Religious Freedom

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal. The economic threats made by big businesses to get the government to do their bidding at the expense of the common good are examples of a vicious form of cultural cronyism. (Photo: CreditBob Andres/TNS/Newscom)

31 The NFL, the NBA, and Big Bucks

Among those using that nomenclature is the National Basketball Association. On Thursday, the league announced they may reconsider hosting 2017 All-Star Weekend activities in Charlotte, because of their commitment to “equality and mutual respect.” They apparently missed the irony in taking this moral stand, given that the NBA and WNBA are separate leagues, but Ryan Anderson of the Heritage Foundation didn’t, observing on Twitter: “Hey @NBA, you’re against bathrooms based on biology, but think basketball should be?”

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WORLD | Keeping our republic of laws | D.C. Innes | March 28, 2016

President Obama, in his Havana speech , described America and Cuba as “two brothers who’ve been estranged for many years.” The superficialities he cited in defense of this common life and heritage aside, the United States stands in the British tradition of liberty under law, not Cuba’s Spanish dictatorial tradition. Cuba has never had a constitution that institutionalizes limited government and republican liberty, nor have the Cubans ever been the sort of people who insist on it.

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Crossway on Twitter

In the 21st century, as in the past 20, we must defend the truthfulness of Scripture. http://cway.to/21aBm1R  pic.twitter.com/9ZbLvhBVdJ

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CRI on Twitter

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Chad drought forcing mums to look to ants' nests for food, warns Christian charity - premier

People in Chad are so desperate for food they are having to plunder seeds from ants' nests to feed their children.

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Morgan Freeman on God: 'We are all in search of the truth' - premier

"I can relate to the big questions that most of us ask ourselves at some point in our lives: Why am I here? What's my purpose? How did we get here? Those questions resonate with me," says Freeman in an interview with the Press Association in which he describes himself as a man "cursed with enormous curiosity about life, people and things".

37 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily

.@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily, by Maryann Spikes: Daily Christian apologetics and news fresh to your desktop, courtesy Ichthus77.com.

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Apologetics Ghetto

I think there’s a variety of factors that contribute to this virtually non-existent focus on apologetics and worldview. Not many asking. No one offering. Subjectivism and anti-intellectualism. Fortress/separatist mentality of the evangelical community. So I agree with Brett Kunkle again, that the apologetics and worldview community is growing, but there’s still much work to be done…

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WORLD | Gunman wounds officer in Capitol Hill shooting | Leigh Jones | March 28, 2016

A lone shooter opened fire in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center this afternoon, wounding a police officer. Other officers quickly subdued the attacker, who has not been identified.

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Top Ten Verses to Defend Your Faith

For the past few days I have been trying to think of the top ten verses that would be most helpful to apologists and evangelists. I have reflected on my own experience and also gotten feedback from many of you on Facebook and Twitter. So, here are my top ten verses to defend your faith (in no particular order):

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Why didn’t Jesus upfront just say that he is God?

Pastor Mark gives an update from inside The Trinity Church , in preparation for last weekend’s Easter services. Learn more about what’s next with the launch team Bible Study that will be located in Phoenix. Also, Pastor Mark answers another question from one of our readers. This time, the question is “Why didn’t Jesus upfront just says that he is God?”

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Georgia Governor vetoes religious exemptions bill

ATLANTA — Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal on Monday said he will veto legislation shielding opponents of same-sex marriage, after a groundswell of opposition from companies threatening to boycott the state if it became law.

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A Resurrection Prayer

Be the resurrection and the life in the life we share and the fellowship we enjoy, that filled anew with the wonder of your love and the power of your grace, we may go forth to proclaim your resurrection life to a world in the grip of death and yet on the verge of redemption, a redemption promised by you and assured by what occurred on the first Easter morn.

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Georgia Governor Caves to Big Business, Vetoes Religious Freedom | The Stream

That’s right, big business threatened boycotts and used their outsized economic pressure to force the governor to act against the common good. Do the NFL and the NCAA, Disney and Apple have a zero tolerance policy for religious freedom bills? Even a bill that didn’t protect the Little Sisters is too much for the Left to tolerate.

45 Dark and Darker

And what of the Last Son of Krypton? He too, is hard to recognize, since director Zack Snyder tries to make the purest of DC’s heroes more dramatically interesting by creating conflicts that undercut his nobility and leave him with egg on his face. The comics have long established that the source of his mission originated in his parents’ insistence that he use his powers for the good of all. But in Snyder’s “The Man of Steel,” young Clark Kent’s adoptive father, Jonathan (Kevin Costner), insisted that Clark never reveal his powers to the world for fear that he would become subject to the authorities’ hounding and harm. The sunny warmth of classic Superman, exemplified in film by Christopher Reeves’s depiction, is replaced by a tormented Emo-Man, who barely smiles through the entire film. Even his widowed mother (Diane Lane) encourages him to “be their hero . . . be their angel . . . be anything they need you to be . . . or be none of it. You don’t owe this world a thing. You never did.” Thanks for the pep talk, Mom! So much for inspiring Superman’s unconditional care for humanity.

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8 Free Books from Coalición por el Evangelio

Unfortunately the Reformation that influenced Europe and the United States never reached Latin America. In this book, Dr. Miguel Nuñez seeks to present the key teachings of Scripture that transformed the world and their implications for the Latin American church. If the church is going to be effective in reaching the world around them, it will have to learn from its history.  

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The Transforming Power of the Gospel by R.C. Sproul | March 29, 2016

The book of Romans outlines for us what the Apostle Paul calls “the gospel of God.” This gospel is not simply about God; it belongs to God. The gospel is God’s design. It was not the product of Paul’s ingenuity or of any other Apostle or prophet. God alone is the author and goal of the gospel. The same God who spoke the world into existence by the word of His power is at work for the salvation of His people through His gospel. In this session, Dr. R.C. Sproul explains why the gospel of God is both true and transforming.

48 Minimum Wage, Georgia Governor's Caving, Christian Martyrs in Pakistan, and Kasich's Path

Governor Caves. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal yesterday vetoed a law that would have provided legal protection for pastors, faith-based organizations, and business owners who, in good conscience, refused to service gay weddings. According to WORLD , “The veto leaves Georgians with no statewide religious liberty protection and vulnerable to lawsuits over belief in the biblical definition of marriage.” Despite Deal’s contention that the law would lead to “institutionalized discrimination,” he cited no evidence that similar religious freedom laws have done that, and he “dismissed as irrelevant the plight of business owners in other states who have lost their livelihoods because they declined to provide services for same-sex unions.” This meant that he ignored one case in his own front yard. In 2015, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed fired then-Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran for a brief mention of sexual morality in a Bible study he authored. Reed said Cochran did not represent Atlanta’s values. The former fire chief sued the city for violating his constitutionally protected freedom of speech and religion.

49 This Promo Video for Chris Pratt’s Charity Contest Is Guaranteed to Make You Laugh

Hey all you lovely fans and friends!I think there’s no better time to put some positivity back in the world, so we’re going to do just that right now. I’ve got a very important mission for you, if you want to come hang out with me on the set of Guardians of the Galaxy 2… (HINT, DO THIS: http://bit.ly/GuardianSetVisit)What good can we do? The Boys and Girls Club near where I grew up in Washington badly needs some upgrading and with your help, we’re gonna build a new teen center. So, if you help me help some amazing kids get the resources they need, I promise you’ll get the best day ever with me on set, where among other things you can: hang out and watch us film, spend one on one time with me, raid the food and candy at craft service, watch me boss people around and make ridiculous demands. I mean, the sky is the limit to the ridiculousness and fun.And since we're CURRENTLY FILMING time is of the essence. So click the link and enter to win RIGHT NOW!#GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2

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God Is at Work in Your Unremarkable Days

This Book enlightens and confounds, humbles and encourages me. It has more wisdom in it than can possibly be mined in a lifetime. It speaks to me in the things that it explicitly says, and also in what it doesn’t say. This January, Genesis is speaking to me of the work of God in the unremarkable years — all the years spanning between God’s recorded historical in-breakings.

51 Cancelling Kings and Prophets
52 Seven Reasons Why We Should Not Accept Millions of Years
53 In Community Group with David Foster Wallace
54 The TC Apologetics Daily
55 Premier Christian on Twitter
56 Q+A: Darlene Zschech, the ‘Mama Bear’ of Worship Music
57 Questions on Matter, Energy, and Nothingness
58 Enjoy Dinner with Every Square Inch at TGCW16
59 How Our Faith and Law-Keeping Work Together in the Christian Life
60 1 Peter 3:7, Part 4: Your Prayers Hang on Your Marriage
61 Risen and What Makes a Good Christian Film
62 Frog Orr-Ewing on Twitter
63 So what cause brought the Rev. Larry Russell Dawson (with a gun) to the U.S. Capitol?
64 Secret Church
65 Teaching Kids to be Respectful (Part 1 of 2)
66 Pursue Complementarity, Not Compatibility
67 The First Christian Book I Read | HeadHeartHand Blog
68 Renewing Your Mind | Ascension | March 28, 2016
69 N.T. Wright lectures on the seven mutations caused by resurrection of Jesus
70 Come to the Light and Really Live
71 Three Ways This Book Can Help You Become A New Kind Of Apologist | Cold Case Christianity
72 Eric Metaxas on Twitter
73 Homosexual Couples and Adoption - Stand to Reason Blog
74 Christians Must Unite Now Against LGBT Bullies and Their Allies | The Stream
75 J. Warner Wallace on Twitter
76 FREE Social Media Management Dashboard | Twitter/Facebook Marketing Tool | Commun.it
77 The Poached Egg on Twitter
78 I Am Second on Twitter
79 Former super-PAC strategist: Trump didn't want to be president
80 Donald Trump: "I'm Very Pro Choice," Partial Birth Abortion is OK
81 The Poached Egg on Twitter
82 What's So Great About 'The Common Good'?
83 15 Augustine Quotes That Helped Shape Modern Christian Thought
84 Illinois Christian Businessman Fined $80k for His Faith -- But There is More
85 Southern Seminary on Twitter
86 Revive International
87 Crossway on Twitter
88 Heaven and Hell: How to Explain God’s Love AND Justice to Kids
89 Canon Fodder
90 Teaching Kids to be Respectful (Part 2 of 2)
91 Donald Trump’s campaign manager lied. There’s now clear video proof.
92 FIRM on Twitter