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Author Reveals the Underlying Factor That He Believes Could Be Fueling ‘Skepticism About God’

Journalist and pastor Lee Strobel — an atheist reporter-turned-Christian writer — is wondering whether a person's relationship with his or her father could be impacting what individuals believe about the existence of a higher power. Strobel, who commissioned the Barna Group to conduct research associated with his new book, "The Case for...

UPS Driver Saves a Man's Life on His Daily Route

While Rick Nacker was on his daily route where he delivers packages he hears cried for help at his last stop for the day. The is when God turned this UPS driver into a hero!

12-Year-Old Sings an Amazing Rendition of 'I Know My Redeemer Lives'

This amazing duo of Lindsey Stirling and Lexi Walker sing a song that will touch your soul. They pair up for a rendition of "I Know My Redeemer Lives." The lyrics and voices together are very POWERFUL!

Truthbomb Apologetics: Debate Audio: Dr. Gordon Stein vs. Dr. Greg Bahnsen- Does God Exist?

This classic debate between the late philosopher Greg Bahnsen and late atheist Gordon Stein took place in 1985 at the University of California.  For those wanting to learn more about the pre-suppositional approach to apologetics, this is the debate for you!

Colbert Catechism covers Lent and Pope Francis | Think Christian

Perhaps to help us bide time until he takes over as host of The Late Show, Stephen Colbert recently made a video (embedded below) for the Catholic magazine America that showcased the same comic-religious…

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10 Sci-Fi Movies That Can Help Shape Your Theology

While I fully endorse fiction as analogy(I'm an aspiring writer for precisely this purpose) the point of theology is to lean on Scripture, allowing the Holy Spirit to guide us in our understanding of the Bible and learn more about how we can become conformed to the image of Christ, or grow in our faith and understanding. I do believe in the power of analogy to point to God's Word but I don't believe it should shape our theology so much as challenge it. It's the latter that I consider a life goal.

TGC Receives Billy Graham Award for Excellence in Communications from NRB

Last week I joined executive director Ben Peays (second from left) in accepting on behalf of TGC the Billy Graham Award for Excellence in Christian Communications from the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB). According to NRB, this award is “presented to a Christian organization that effectively and creatively uses multiple electronic media technologies in fulfillment of its mission, while maintaining fidelity to the message of love, redemption, and hope found in the Holy Scriptures.” Founded in 1944, NRB is a non-partisan, international association of Christian communicators whose member organizations represent millions of listeners, viewers, and readers.

3 Is the President a Christian--and Does It Matter?

I agree with Governor Walker on this one. There are two majorly different schools of thought that both identity as 'Christian.' There is historical, traditional Christianity that takes God's word as being God's inherent truth. The second school is modern, critical Christianity that believes the Bible was written by men to cope with the human condition and that the Bible is not 100% true, but contains good advice in the places that have not lost relevancy. They are easily confused in and out of Christendom. Of these two, I subscribe to historical, traditional Christianity and pity those from the critical so called Christian view because without the resurrection there is no point, there is no heaven, no new life, and no victory over death (1 Corinthians 15:12-58). President Obama's words and actions suggest that he is of the critical Christian viewpoint as opposed to the traditional Christian view. From my perspective and conscience, the true Christianity is the historical traditional type given that the critical so called Christian viewpoint is nothing more than humanism with a works mentality for the larger idol of culture and society.

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WORLD | Applying a Christian worldview to the vaccination issue | Marvin Olasky | March 6, 2015

You can see this is complicated, and Christians will disagree—which brings me to a final question: How then should we live and pray? “Show, don’t tell” is a journalistic adage, and I’ve tried tonight to do that. Since starting to investigate this subject I’ve obsessively gone through the medical literature. My own advice—remember, my doctorate is not in medicine—is to vaccinate your children for major communicable diseases unless medical indications to the contrary exist. But I respect those who come to other conclusions, and I don’t want Government to take the place of God. We should emphasize the role of education and persuasion, not command and control. We should oppose mandatory vaccination laws and the elimination of religious exemptions. We should understand the difference between a puzzle and a mystery. We should thank God for science and pray that scientists will develop tests to screen babies likely to react badly to vaccinations. We should oppose scientism, an attempt to elevate creatures above the Creator.

6 Every Life Has a Purpose

Tonight is the last night to see " The Drop Box " in theaters. I saw it two nights ago and still get choked up when I think of Eun-man, Pastor Lee's severely disabled son. Born with significant physical deformities and missing parts of his brain, Eun-man underwent a number of surgeries early in life. He survived, but needs an incredible amount of care each day. Pastor Lee even sold his home to pay for the medical bills and the little family of four lived at the hospital while Eun-man was there as a child. Eun-man appears throughout the film flashing a smile now and again. He can only lie down and doesn't seem able to move without assistance. The film is about the baby box, of course, and the stories of the mothers and babies connected to it. Yet, as Pastor Lee explained, Eun-man was the impetus for the box. If he hadn't been prepared for the rigors of intense care by his son, Pastor Lee likely wouldn't have built the box. There it is, the glory of God revealed on film. One of the most disabled people I've ever seen, who can do literally nothing for himself and needs round-the-clock supervision, is directly responsible for saving the lives of more than 350 children.

7 30 Isn't the New 20

Of course, we ought not idolize marriage either, not put singles on the shelf until they get hitched. Many, especially young women, struggle to find spouses in a culture that tells young people the twenties are a time to party, sleep around, and discover themselves. That’s even more reason the church should be listening to Wilcox’s research and his advice.

The world's first THREE-WAY same-sex marriage

Happy newlyweds Joke, 29, Bell, 21 and Art, 26, took the plunge on Valentine's Day after exchanging their vows in a fairy-tale ceremony at their home in Uthai Thani Province, Thailand.


Israeli prime minister urges U.S. lawmakers to consider the long-term consequences of a ‘bad deal’

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Counsel the Word

Parents often feel anything but confident. They know they are shaping lives, but feel they are only learning as they go. They also know the Bible is supposed to guide them, but feel uncertain how a handful of verses help them with this years-long task. The temptation is to be intimidated by both the importance and the complexity of the task.

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Colorado Democrats Kill Bill Protecting Babies Born Alive After Failed Abortions

Leading pro-abortion groups NARAL and Planned Parenthood encouraged the Democrats on the panel to reject the bill, which they did on a party line vote with Republicans supporting it, by claiming babies are not born alive after abortions in Colorado. That’s despite the fact that the Centers for Disease Control reports at least 1,200 babies born alive after botched abortions in one year alone.

Feed My Sheep: A Passionate Plea for Preaching

This book reveals the biblical basis for preaching, sketches the way it ought to be practiced, and shows the many practical benefits that flow from strong pulpits. Here is encouragement for preachers and wise counsel for those who desire to sit under the ministry of the Word of God preached.


Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus is Lord, risen from the dead, sitting enthroned. If you belong to Him, you have every reason to be full of faith and courage. March forth with the good news of the gospel.

Dead Sea Scrolls: The Exhibition

For the first time in Los Angeles—The California Science Center in cooperation with the Israel Antiquities Authority is proud to present the largest Dead Sea Scrolls exhibition ever mounted outside of Israel, featuring over 600 ancient artifacts on display. This special exhibition explores the science and significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls, manuscripts written and hidden in caves 2000 years ago and not discovered until 1947. The exhibition also features sections from 10 selections of the Dead Sea Scrolls, more than half never seen before in the U.S., including parts of the oldest known copies of the Hebrew Bible, also known as the Old Testament.

Pastors, Prioritize Prayer

Do we feel unfruitful and discouraged? Not only must we remind ourselves that our Master is more interested in faithfulness than in statistics; we shall also be bold enough to ask if some of our unfruitfulness is the result of being diverted from the ministry of the Word and prayer. How much have we prayed for what is best—for a spiritual harvest, for conversions, for demonstrations of the fruit of the Spirit? Could it be that we have experienced little because we have asked for little? Is our unfruitfulness proportionate to our prayerlessness? Paul’s prayer knifes through so many of our excuses.

62.8%: Labor Force Participation Has Hovered Near 37-Year-Low for 11 Months

( - The labor force participation rate hovered between 62.9 percent and 62.7 percent in the eleven months from April 2014 through February, and has been 62.9 percent or lower in 13 of the 17 months since October 2013. Prior to that, the last time the rate was below 63 percent was 37 years ago, in March 1978 when it was 62.8 percent, the same rate it was in February.

Parenting: It’s Never an Interruption

Let me give you an example. We had planned a day at a local theme park with our children. I was anticipating a day of familial amusement park bliss. I was hoping that on this day my children would be self-parenting, and if God could throw in a fully sanctified wife, that would be cool! Well, we’re getting out of the van at the park and one of my children said, “Dad, may we have something to drink before we go into the park?” It didn’t seem like a dangerous request. I opened the cooler, which was full of soft drinks, and all of my children sighted in on the one can of soda that they all knew was the best. Immediately global nuclear war broke out. They were pushing and shoving, grabbing and pulling, throwing ice at one another, saying unkind things and hitting one another’s hands out of the way. I couldn’t believe it. We weren’t even in the park yet, and my day was already ruined!


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Pantheistic Panic

What a cruel (and theologically wrong) response! Had it not been for the intervening grace of God, I would be just like them, and even though I now know the Truth and worship the living God, my fickle heart is still tempted to worship the same false gods they worship. And, what a wasted opportunity! Could it be that God put these non-Christians in my life, not for the purpose of annoying me, but so that I may be an instrument of revelation to their blind eyes?

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Under the editorial oversight of pastor John MacArthur, this anthology of essays in defense of inerrancy features contributions from a host of respected twentieth century evangelical leaders.  The Scripture Cannot Be Broken stands as a clarion call to all who love the Bible and want to see Christ’s church thrive in our increasingly secular world. It is a call to stand alongside our spiritual forefathers with wisdom, clarity, and courage—resolute in our confidence that Scripture is the very Word of God.

Boy sent home from school for Christian Grey outfit

Boy sent home from school for Christian Grey outfit Thousands of British students mark World Book Day by going to school in costume as their favorite fictional characters. But one 11-year-old found himself in a bind when he dressed as Christian Grey. Check out this story on

Metro Detroit Breaks 114-Year-Old Winter Weather Record

“It’s the sixth record low that we’ve hit this year and most of them have occurred in the last few weeks,” he said.

Harrison Ford Reported Fair After Plane Crash

The 72-year-old actor, who was conscious and breathing when rescue crews reached him, was stabilized and taken to a hospital, where he was in fair to moderate condition, authorities said. Sources familiar with the incident told NBC News that Ford slammed into the plane's console and control stick and that he underwent surgery Thursday night. He suffered a broken arm and a nasty gash to his head, among other injuries, they said.


“This is a duo that does not shy away from the truth of life, that at times we will hurt and feel pain, that we will fail and will disappoint. Yet, they don’t stop there and continue to point beyond those moments of pain, finding beauty in simple truths and looking to a hope that transcends this world and that’s worth listening to any day.” 

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80-Foot-Tall Jesus Hot Air Balloon to Lift Off This Easter Season

A mammoth hot air balloon featuring the painting of a smiling Jesus will ascend to the skies of western New York during the Easter season.

Georgetown and the Death of Moral Discourse

L ast week at, Maureen Sullivan published an article on the latest developments regarding free speech at an American university campus. In this case, it was Georgetown, the Jesuit university in D.C. The events she describes conform to what is now a standard pattern. Many of the predictable banalities are there. Accusations of racism and sexism, a groveling public apology by the guilty parties (along with the compulsory self-flagellating reference to checking privilege), various calls for formal and informal re-education of offenders (and even potential offenders, if the proposed core course on ‘diversity awareness’ becomes a reality), and lurking in the background an outfit called the ‘Free Speech and Expression Committee.’ O tempora, o mores— that such a title today sounds so sinister. The incident is indeed a concatenation of the favored clichés of those who plead victimhood but are in practice the politically powerful and truly privileged of this present age. It is also a fine example of the left’s increasing inability — or unwillingness —to speak with any moral subtlety.

The Juvenilization of American Christianity - Christian Research Institute

Juvenilization began in the 1930s and 1940s as Christians faced what everyone was calling the “crisis of civilization.” As they lived through the massive disruptions of the Great Depression, World War II, and the Cold War, adults feared that unless young people were saved and mobilized for Christ, American freedom and democracy might collapse. After all, Hitler and Stalin had ridden to power on the backs of fanatical youth movements. Meanwhile, the word “teenager” was being coined to describe a new group of young people who all went to high school and all participated in the same commercialized youth culture. Adults wanted teenagers to save the world. But teens had other plans. As one teenage girl put it in the 1940s, “We just want to live our own lives. We’re not in a hurry to grow up and get all serious and morbid like older people.” 3


“Remedying a major deficiency in evangelical literature, this fine book on the incarnation informs readers of how the central apostolic confession—in Jesus of Nazareth, God has come among us as man—governs our understanding of every aspect of the Christian faith, informs every feature of our discipleship, and grounds pastoral comfort in the heart of God. The authors of this profound study highlight why the incarnation guarantees our salvation, acquaints us with the only Savior we can ever have, allows us to know God, enlivens our obedience, renders the church the bride of Christ, and, not least, informs Christians concerning the logic of God’s intention for human sexuality.” —Victor Shepherd , Professor of Theology, Tyndale University College and Seminary; author, Interpreting Martin Luther and The Nature and Function of Faith in the Theology of John Calvin

Adopting Beauty and Dignity, by Interview, National Review

Kelly Rosati : There are many reasons. First, it tangibly demonstrates the extravagant love of God for every human person — without exception or reservation. It tells a beautiful story of a need that is far too often overlooked. There are more than 150 million orphans worldwide, and they are not confined to the developing world. They are in South Korea and other developed nations — including, yes, the United States. I’m also encouraged by the way this documentary presents the beauty and dignity of human life in the experiences of children who have been discarded because they have special needs. And I love the fact that the pastor at the center of the story is a hero — not in a big, bombastic way, but in a quiet and unassuming way.

3 Youth Group Lessons I've Had to Unlearn

1. Your Classmates/Peers/Friends/Teachers are Going to Persecute You for Your Faith. Every person grows up in a different world. The thing about the world is that it is subjective and relative for each person. Maybe you didn't grow up with people attacking your faith but I did. I had several teachers try to give me lower grades based on comments about faith added to papers I wrote. The comments were relative to the topic in the paper, and added to the thesis. Comments from teachers like, "If you're a christian you're a racist," literally came out of my teachers' mouths. Not all of them, but having the perspective coming out of youth group, having been taught that "people" will persecute you for your faith is simply factual. Youth group never taught me that all people would, but that persecution would come. Isn't that biblical? We're not of the world and so the world hates us? I'd like to see how you can back this point biblically.

Harrison Ford Crash Lands Small Plane on Golf Course, Injured But Expected to Make "Full Recovery"

Harrison Ford is reportedly doing okay after crash landing his small plane on a golf course in L.A. on Thursday, Mar. 5 -- see the scary photo

Is It Worth It to #LeanInTogether?

And yet, this winter, I was tempted to lean out, to abandon my work because the cost of maintaining a professional life and caring for our kids amidst the successive snowstorms seemed untenable. Winter started punching in January, and it hasn’t let up. This first week of March has included one snow day (snow day number six of the past two months) and two delayed openings (again, numbers six and seven, I think, respectively). I have limped through weeks of little to no writing, days of excuses and explanations for deadlines missed and phone calls rescheduled, nights of back pain and headaches from worrying about it all, and a season of grumpiness with my children and husband. I want to be done with it all. I want to let go of my dreams to write another book. I want to let go of my dreams to communicate truth and beauty through speaking and writing. I want to concede the fight and limp my way home.

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U. California students remove offensive American flag from 'inclusive' space

“[F]lags construct paradigms of conformity and sets [sic] homogenized standards for others to obtain which in this country typically are idolized as freedom, equality, and democracy,” the bill reads.

TMAI on Twitter

"... a billion Muslims need to hear the inerrant word of God." @DrOakley1689 #inerrancy #ShepCon

Parenting: It’s Never an Interruption

Let me give you an example. We had planned a day at a local theme park with our children. I was anticipating a day of familial amusement park bliss. I was hoping that on this day my children would be self-parenting, and if God could throw in a fully sanctified wife, that would be cool! Well, we’re getting out of the van at the park and one of my children said, “Dad, may we have something to drink before we go into the park?” It didn’t seem like a dangerous request. I opened the cooler, which was full of soft drinks, and all of my children sighted in on the one can of soda that they all knew was the best. Immediately global nuclear war broke out. They were pushing and shoving, grabbing and pulling, throwing ice at one another, saying unkind things and hitting one another’s hands out of the way. I couldn’t believe it. We weren’t even in the park yet, and my day was already ruined!

Fazale Rana on Twitter

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Finding Joy in Your Kids' Clutter

Next to the sink in the kids’ bathroom is a makeshift aquarium. Makeshift, because it’s actually the see-through, plastic part of a paper shredder our daughter bought for fifty cents from a neighbor’s yard sale. The kids ditched the paper shredder, turned the plastic container upside down, and filled it with water. Three plastic jellyfish are bobbing around inside. They’ve never been to Hawaii, and I suppose this is how they cope.

What You Probably Don’t Know about ‘The Least of These’

That question might seem trivial, but its importance can hardly be overstated. After all, Jesus ties our eternal destiny to how we treat “the least of these brothers of mine.” In the broader context of the passage (Matt. 25:31–46), the sheep and goats represent salvation criteria—who is in and who is out. It’s a stark picture, with the only outcomes being salvation or damnation. In a breathtaking scene, the Son of Man sits on a heavenly throne surrounded by angels and renders his verdict: “Then they will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life” (v. 46). One’s eternal security is tied to caring for “the least of these,” whoever they are.

The Bigger Thing in Bible Study

Rather than thinking of it as a debit account, where you are putting in your card and taking out the emotional boost you need for the day, to instead regard studying the Bible as a savings account where you make small deposits on a regular basis. And these small deposits are so that you are growing in your knowledge of the Scripture in such a way that you are building a comprehensive knowledge rather than just using that time for devotional thoughts.

Knowing Scripture

Knowing Scripture shows us that it is the privilege and duty of every believer to diligently study God’s Word. It reminds us that along with this privilege comes the responsibility to interpret the Bible correctly. Dr. R.C. Sproul teaches that interpreting Scripture, like all sciences, is governed by rules. He lays out the basic guidelines for correctly understanding, interpreting, and applying Scripture, using time-tested principles from Scripture to show how to find the true meaning of its contents. This series is a great study tool for both beginning and long-time Bible readers.

Are There Gaps in the Genesis Genealogies?

Most of us love to read portions of Scripture that give accounts of victories, miracles, and drama. We enjoy far less the Scriptures that outline a certain person begat a son or daughter, who in turn begat a son, thus beginning a long list of begats. Most people believe the genealogies contain only dull details, but those of us who keep in mind that “every word is given by inspiration of God” see that even these so-called dull passages contain vital truth that can be trusted.

Experiencing The Trinity: The Grace of God For the People of God |

Experiencing the Trinity is a collection he says of, “fifty daily readings that reflect on God and the gospel and how they overcome our fear, failure, pain and unbelief” (18). To this end the book has three parts all aimed at experiential Trinitarian theology. Part one looks at God the Father. Part two considers God the Son, and part three God the Holy Spirit. Each chapter is only a few pages long so you could read this book as a devotional or read straight through it. I don’t recommend reading this book straight-through. I also don’t recommend reading more than five chapters a day. Take it slow through this book and you’ll find that Joe’s biblical and experiential theology will provide you with the solid footing you need to preach the gospel to yourself.

What if you only had four minutes to defend Israel's attack on the Canaanites?

“The Bible teaches clearly that all people are sinful and in rebellion, kind of living in open rebellion against God, and God is just to judge anyone,” says Morrow. “But in this particular case with the Canaanites, there’s several things going on there, but one of those things was the wickedness of the people which was well documented – child sacrifices to Moloch and others, and bestiality and a lot wickedness.”

The case for grace: A conversation with Lee Strobel - Faith Radio

Lee shares how God got ahold of him. He lived a “drunken, immoral, narcissistic life” before he became a Christian. After watching his wife come to faith and investigating the historical evidence, Lee became convinced in his own mind. “My life was so radically transformed… all these things changed for the good, so I’ve become sort of an addict for stories of life change. The grace of God breaks the chain of retribution on our lives.”

51 Worship Is More Important Than Your Small Group
52 Fazale Rana on Twitter
53 The Lent Project
54 “Love Is Love” Isn’t Enough - Stand to Reason Blog
56 What Does the Ferguson Report Mean for Christians?
57 12 Other Gnarly Products That Need to Come Back Like JNCOs
58 Should Women Be Leaders in the Church? — The Question That 'Preachers of Detroit' Refuses to Sweep Under the Rug (Watch a Sneak Peek)
59 Diffusion and Osmosis: Twin Perils in the Life of the Cell
60 Do Prisons Make People Gay?
61 There Are Parables Everywhere You Look
62 Here's a New Salvation Army Ad Starring the Dress. (Yes, That Dress.)
63 Innovative Apologetics: Atheist Peter Boghossian Wants to Treat All Believers as Mentally Ill
64 Ferguson Police Official Fired After Revelation of Racist Emails Insulting Obamas, Minorities
65 First Ever Lesbian Chaplain Sworn in by New York City Fire Department
66 The Briefing 03-06-15
67 Joe Biden on Ben Carson’s homosexuality comments: ‘Ridiculous’
68 WORLD | 8th Circuit halts same-sex marriage in Nebraska | The Editors | March 6, 2015
69 The Christian Post on Twitter
70 Court Rules That Man Who Burned Face While Praying Over Hot Fajitas Can't Sue Applebee's
72 Reflections on Christians who say “God told me!”
73 Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Coca-Cola Among 379 Companies to File Brief Supporting of Gay Marriage
74 Hebrews 3:12–14, Part 2: Exhort One Another Every Day
75 Earliest Human Remains Discovered in Ethiopia, Researchers Push Back Human Lineage to 2.8 Million Years
76 The Bridge of Grace Will Bear Your Weight, Brother
77 The Briefing 03-06-15
78 Good Christian Girls Get Angry
79 WORLD | Canadian pastor detained in North Korea | Leigh Jones | March 6, 2015
80 Come Reason's Apologetics Notes: Claims of Contradictions May Display Prejudice
81 LA Tech Sports on Twitter
82 American Citizen Dies Fighting for ISIS in Suicide Bomb Attack, Claims Terror Group
83 Innovative Apologetics: When Obvious Proof is Purposely Missed: The Willful Blindness of Atheists
84 Empires and Mangers: Worldviews in Entertainment: Starting the Conversation
85 Walking It Back? Further Reflections on the Response to Darwin's Doubt from BioLogos
86 Bible Verses Teaching About Sowing and Reaping That Can Influence Our Eternal Rewards
87 WORLD | Jodee Lewis takes a mean street tour with Whiskey Halo | Jeff Koch | March 6, 2015
88 How 'To Write Love On Her Arms' Found New Purpose
89 Christian Print Shop Refuses to Make Gay Couple's Wedding Invites; 'God Is Our Defense,' Says Irish Firm
90 Focus on the Family on Twitter
91 Is it Wrong for Christians to Make Lots of Money?
92 Premier Christian on Twitter
93 Renewing Your Mind | Igniting a Bible Study Reformation: Part 5 | March 6, 2015
94 TGC Spotlight 03.05.15