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The purpose of singleness is that we be made as happy as anyone possibly can be — through undistracted devotion to Jesus.

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Your Joy Depends on Election

God’s gift of salvation does not depend on anything that we do or are in ourselves. It depends on God’s own sovereign, gracious freedom.

Video: Are God and Faith Anti-Science and Anti-Reason? by John Lennox

In March 2017, the Zacharias Trust hosted it’s second “Why Series” based on the topic of religion. During the day attendees got to ask ...

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Jonah: You Can't Outrun Grace

Jonah is a short, bizarre and powerful book. We don’t learn a lot about the prophet Jonah or hear any prophecy from him. But Paul Tripp is deeply persuaded that every element of a biblical worldview is embedded in these 48 verses. Now, the point of Jonah is not for you to intellectually know every element of a Biblical worldview. We don't have a problem with our informational theology, where we fall apart is in our functional theology. Our problem is that we don’t live the theology we claim to believe. We know a lot of facts about God and the Bible but have not been transformed by it.

Televangelist Ernest Angley Ordered to Pay $388K for Using Coerced Church Labor for Buffet Business

Angley and the restaurant argue that they did nothing wrong  and that the government had violated the First Amendment. Half of the money they were ordered to pay will go toward back wages, while the other half will be paid as damages, as the judge determined Angley and the buffet acted in "bad faith" by reverting back to using unpaid labor.

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The Point: LGBTube

Last week YouTube announced they’re reviewing complaints about their “restricted mode,” which allows parents to control the videos their kids watch. The complaints came from lesbian, LGBT-identifying video bloggers who said this mode blocked many of their videos.

Doctrine of Christ Part 11: The Work of Christ (4) - Divine Justice

For more resources visit: "Defenders" is Dr. William Lane Craig's weekly Sunday school class on Christian doctrine and apologetics. This video is part 11 of the Doctrine of Christ. Be sure to check out more doctrines as well as the audio of Defenders: We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page:

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Imprisoned Pakistani Christians Offered Release If They Convert to Islam

"Taking advantage of their presence at ATC-1 Lahore, Deputy District Public Prosecutor Syed Anees Shah gathers the accused outside the courtroom and asks them to embrace Islam," Joseph Franci, a rights activist helping to provide legal aid to the jailed Christians, told the Express. "He asks them if they embrace Islam, he can guarantee them their acquittal in this case."

The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything

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Christianity 'on the rise' in Yemen - Premier

He said: "Now the foreigners are mostly gone, we actually had to take the lead ourselves. At first it seemed the house church movement would fall apart, but gradually, local Christians started taking responsibility and took up leadership positions. They may not have been highly trained, but they share the knowledge they have and support each other."

Church of England says progress being made in handling abuse cases - Premier

The Church of England has released a progress report one year on from the release of the Elliot Review outlining how the Church is improving its response to allegations of abuse.

Jon Favreau Wants Beyoncé in His Live Action ‘Lion King’ Movie

Live action remakes of beloved Disney classics have proven to be a safe bet for the House of Mouse, so they’re probably able to make Beyoncé a pretty attractive offer. That said, this is the one of the few negotiations on the planet in which Disney could be seen as the underdog. Bey’s at the top of the food chain!

5 things we learned this week - Premier

An Easter lunch shopping basket costs 11% less than last year, with all items except for hot cross buns dropping in price, according to an annual survey. Good Housekeeping's annual Easter shopping basket price index found consumers can feed eight people for lunch, including serving a leg of lamb, prosecco and chocolate, for £21.07 or £2.63 per head, if they are prepared to shop around. Last year's cheapest basket cost £2.96 per head. Lidl was the cheapest supermarket for buying the entire list based on prices effective from April 14, costing £23.22, followed by Aldi (£23.43), Tesco (£29.89), Iceland (£33.17) and Waitrose (£39.18).

Schoolboy becomes Oxford's youngest ever organist - Premier

Martin Scorsese Wants to Make More Spiritual Movies

Iconic filmmaker and current RELEVANT cover star Martin Scorsese has always been interested in movies that tease out spiritual themes, but his fascination with Christianity has rarely been as front and center as it was with last year’s  Silence.

‘Get Out’ Locks Our Gaze on Racism's Horror

Indeed, laughter and screaming are frequently indistinguishable in black comedy and satire, comic sensibilities that are very familiar to horror fans. Think of the moral force of Jonathan Swift’s icy satire, “A Modest Proposal,” which famously recommended that poor Irish families supplement their meager incomes by selling their children as a particularly exotic form of cuisine to the nation’s wealthiest citizens. Though it may seem like a long way from Swift to a contemporary horror film, I’d argue that few stories address the subject of racism with the force and moral urgency of Get Out .

Attention: You Can Play Ms. Pac-Man Right in Google Maps

To play, just open up the Google Maps app on your phone, and click the icon that looks like Pac-Man in the corner of the screen.

Truck driver seen 'swerving on road' before deadly church bus crash - Premier

Police have confirmed that they received phone calls about a pickup truck driving erratically shortly before a crash that killed 13 church members returning from a retreat in Texas.

Prince Charles meets head of Romanian Orthodox Church - Premier

Prince Charles has met Patriarch Daniel, head of the Romanian Orthodox Church during a visit to Bucharest as part of a royal tour.

Is How We Live More Important Than What We Believe?

Today I’m starting a blog series called, “Bad Secular Wisdom.” If you’re not familiar with the term, a blog series is where an author writes multiple posts on a related subject. I’m not normally a fan of such series because I think they get old fast, but in this case there are so many interesting and important topics for Christian parents that fall under the umbrella of “Bad Secular Wisdom,” I’m excited to do it. I’ll be posting once per month in the series, with remaining posts on other subjects.

Saddleback Church on Twitter

Translation: "We never let Jesus get in the way of what we think is a better way"

Twitter erupts over Mike Pence's Billy Graham comment - Premier

A Twitter row has broken out over whether Mike Pence's following of the 'Billy Graham Rule' is chivalrous or chauvinistic.

Poll: Evangelical Leaders Don’t Even Want to Endorse Politicians

One promise President Donald Trump made often and loudly on the campaign trail was to revoke a 1954 law that says houses of worship can’t officially endorse politicians, or they risk losing their tax-exempt status.

An FAQ on The Collected Works of John Piper (3 Million Words over 13 volumes + an Index Volume)

The son of a traveling evangelist, John Stephen Piper was born on January 11, 1946, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. That summer, Bob Jones College moved from Cleveland, Tennessee, to Greenville, South Carolina, and the Pipers, who were happy fundamentalists, moved with the school. John graduated from Wade Hampton High School in 1964, and then earned his bachelor’s degree from Wheaton College (1964-1968), his divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary (1968-1971), and his doctorate from the University of Munich (1971-1974). For the next six years, he taught biblical studies at Bethel College in St. Paul, Minnesota (1974-1980), before becoming senior pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota (1980-2013).

Counting the Cost: Was Murdered UN Congo Worker a Martyr?

“On behalf of the Congolese diaspora community in the United States that I represent, I am saddened by this news,” stated Fidele Lumeya, executive director of the Congolese American Council for Peace and Development. “Michael took a most perilous mission to investigate the ongoing killings, showing deep respect for the dignity of humankind and the women and children of Central Congo. His work in the Congo is a legacy of who we are as human beings, as Mennonites, and Christian disciples.”

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4 Ways to Invite God into Your Planning Meetings

I try to designate time in meetings to reflect on our motives. Each team will have to discover the best way to do this together. Not every ministry team setting provides a safe place to share; when one team member calls into question another’s motives, it feels like an accusation. Still, I’ve found it helpful to spend time discerning motives, whether or not we share them. In many ways, it’s my role as a leader to discover my motives, to model transparency on the team, and to invite others to learn their own hidden motives. With our motives identified, we can invite God to shape them and challenge them if necessary.

Quest for Truth: Lee Strobel on The Case for Christ Movie

I had little hope when I first wrote the book, honestly, because the rap back then in the late 1990s was that books on apologetics or Christian evidence for the faith don’t sell. They took a flier and we did the book. I sort of likened it to Wrigley Field with the Chicago Cubs.  At Wrigley Field, if you hit the ball, it’s generally a pop-up and the outfielder catches it. But sometimes you don’t hit the ball any harder, but the wind takes it out onto Waveland Avenue.   I think that’s what God did with this book.  I wrote the book, but the Holy Spirit has taken it out of the park in a way I’d never anticipated. To have it in so many different languages now all around the planet has been a great example of how God takes our meager efforts to serve Him and multiplies them beyond what we could have imagined…

Renewing Your Mind | Defining Our Terms | Mar 31, 2017

Defining terms is critical to understanding and communicating the Protestant position on justification. Today, R.C. Sproul concludes our study of the Roman Catholic view and begins to define the terms in the phrase justification by faith alone.

Pence and Prudence

The Washington Post ran a profile of Vice President Mike Pence’s wife, Karen, and lots of people are outraged or repulsed that two Evangelical Christians do things that are fairly normal for Evangelical Christians to do. Specifically, Mike Pence apparently doesn’t dine alone with women or attend events where alcohol is served if his wife doesn’t accompany him. Perhaps this practice started when he was in Congress, a place where many a politician has ruined his marriage and career by not following such rules.

Should Christians Vacation to Religious Shrines?

We are to do everything we do for the glory of God and in the name of Jesus (1 Corinthians 10:31; Colossians 3:17). It is a sign of terrible cultural captivity and spiritual obliviousness if a Christian can go to a shrine of another religion and not feel both the heartbreak at the millions who are deceived by this religion and caution about the supernatural demonic powers of deception. It worked in their religion. All of these things are massively real, and to treat them lightly just because we’re having a vacation is a sign of serious spiritual superficiality. I love Samuel’s question. Here are some questions that I would be asking myself in order to decide where to go, and where not to go, and how to go if I go, and if I must decide whether to go to some shrine at all.

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Iowa State Students Required to Write about 9/11 Attacks from al-Qaeda Perspective

Students in an Iowa State International Studies class were recently given an interesting assignment: they were required to write about the 9-11 attacks from the perspective of al-Qaeda jihadis. In this video, David Wood completes the assignment. For more on jihad, watch these videos: "Three Stages of Jihad": "The Jihad Triangle": "Understanding Vehicular Jihad":

Could the Post Resurrection Appearances of Jesus Be Merely Hallucination Experiences?

For more resources visit: In 2001, John Ankerberg interviewed William Lane Craig on on the subject of, "Jesus of Nazareth." In the interview, Dr Craig was asked a number of questions about the historicity of Jesus, the evidence of the resurrection of Jesus, the reliability of the gospel accounts, and much more. Read more: We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains full-length clips: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page:

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Four Tools to Help You Understand the Hard Sayings of the Bible

One of the reasons why we sweat over getting the hard sayings of the Bible right is because we believe, like Peter, that they hold the words of eternal life. In many ways, wrestling with these hard sayings is a quintessentially evangelical occupation. Since we believe the Bible is the inerrant Word of God, we scrutinize over how every “jot and tittle” is interpreted. The most basic vocation for every Christian is to be a sound exegete of God’s Word. The reason why we care so much about the task of hermeneutics is that we believe correct interpretation of Sacred Writ is essential for faith and practice. Our commitment to the inspiration and authority of the Bible necessitates the careful study, explanation, defense, and application of biblical revelation.

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Muslim Rollins College professor attacks Christian student for questioning her stupidity

To start this post, let’s review the minimal facts about the historical Jesus by citing prominent non-Christian historical Jesus scholar E.P. Sanders of Duke University.


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Mike Pence Is Right to Keep Boundaries around His Marriage (Guest Post) | Jim Daly

Thanks to Vice President Mike and Mrs. Karen Pence, it seems like everybody’s talking about boundaries in marriage right now – and as a husband-and-wife team that equips couples to strengthen their marriages, we couldn’t be happier.

Was Martin Luther an Anti-Semite? | The Stream

Just to add one more thing … the one little that should be added is Luther, all his life, longed that Jews should be converted and join the church. Hitler never wanted Jews to join the Nazi party. That’s the difference between anti-Semitic and anti-Jewish. Luther wasn’t opposed to the Jews because of their blood. He was opposed to the Jews because of their religion. And he wanted them to join the Christian church. If you’re really anti-Semitic, you’re against Jews because of their blood and there’s nothing Jews can do about that. There’s not change they can make to make a difference. You’re absolutely right, Luther’s language should not be defended by us because it’s violent against the Jews. It was not against an ethnic people, as you said, but against a religion that he reacted so sharply.

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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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Without Luther, There Would Be No Bach

It is pure [fiction] that the Pope, bishops, priests, and monks are called the “spiritual estate” while princes, lords, artisans, and farmers are called the “temporal estate.” This is indeed a piece of deceit and hypocrisy. Yet no one need be intimidated by it, and that for this reason: all Christians are truly of the spiritual estate, and there is no difference among them except that of office. . . . We are all consecrated priests by baptism, as St. Peter says: “You are a royal priesthood and a priestly realm” (1 Pet. 2:9). The Apocalypse says: “Thou hast made us to be kings and priests by thy blood” (Rev. 5:9–10).

Donald Trump is like the Good Samaritan, says former Archbishop of Canterbury - Premier

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Persuasive Reasons: Thoughts on Fine-Tuning

Recently, I wrote about what I find as the most persuasive argument (scientifically speaking) for the truth of Christianity . Big bang cosmology reveals a marked correspondence between the biblical description of the universe and our best scientific explanation. The fine-tuning argument ranks second on my list of most persuasive arguments, but only because it has a less-direct connection to the Bible.

Can Life Have Meaning Without God?

Humans naturally seek purpose and meaning in life. From a Christian perspective, the oddity lies not in Edgar searching for his purpose, but rather in discovering it inside a couch. From an atheistic perspective, however, should Edgar have been searching for his purpose in the first place? Can our lives have any meaning if there is no God?

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The Consequences of Relativism from a Christian Worldview

The origins of relativism in North America and abroad arose from worldviews that worship nature as the ultimate reality, such as evolution, for example. The Roman letter of Paul warns in the very first chapter that any nation that begins to worship the energy, spirits, or processes of nature are in great peril. Paul explains that they becomes senseless in their reasoning and are en route to destruction if they do not turn away from the worship of the creature and creation, rather than the Creator who is blessed forever. [1]

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