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Why You Should Be a Christian Feminist

I live just miles from the plantation where Harriet Tubman lived and worked as a slave. The UGR runs a bike ride from our farm, so I am familiar with Tubman's story and I can tell you that fighting for the rights of women was not the motivation behind her cause. She paved a way for a race to experience freedom. Why is it so necessary to apply a label to a gender? Does the feminist label generate empowerment? A complimentarian role for women fits into the biblical context much more than feminist. I will,continue to reach mybdaughtets to breach deep inside themselves to make their mark in the world, that is true freedom. Assigning a label does not define a gender.

Don Carson on American Politics and the Benedict Option

Whereas, we need our churches that are not following the dictates of the world and its agenda and culture and entertainment modes of how you use smartphones and whatever, but at the same time is engaged with the world. We need to be different from the world, but engaged with the world. That’s not comfortable, but it seems to be essentially Christian. It’s what Christians had to do in the first century, the second century, the third century. It’s what Christians have done whenever the world has stood over against it. But the church has maintained a commitment to the gospel and to evangelism.

Seven Reasons Why Moral Apologetics Points to Christianity

Fifth, Christianity holds out the hope for total moral transformation. Morality upholds a standard that all of us fall short of all the time, yet there’s nothing about morality that hints at accommodation or compromise. The right ultimate explanation of morality should be able to make sense of our aspirations for radical moral transformation, and even perfection as something more than a Pollyannaish pipedream. Christianity offers, by God’s grace through faith, moral hope instead of moral despair, forgiveness and liberation from guilt, and the prospect to be totally conformed to the image of Christ, in whom there’s no shadow of turning. The resurrection offers the prescription from both death and sin: abundant and everlasting life. Moral apologetics works best when it is soteriological (offering both forgiveness and transformation, both justification and sanctification).

Does Quantum Gravity Avoid the Need for a Cosmic Creator?

Many people use quantum gravity as a loophole for avoiding the conclusion that a Creator must have intervened from beyond space and time to create the universe. (There are excellent theoretical rebuttals to such speculations that I will report on in future articles.) A recent breakthrough shows the possibility of observational testing in this area. Thanks to new observations of distant quasars and blazers at short wavelengths, astronomers have placed strong constraints on quantum gravity speculations.

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The Top Reasons You Should Think About Apologetics

The statistics on how "modern individuals" think are clear, skepticism is at an all-time high and piggybacking along with that perspective is a profound sense of confusion. The culture is confused about what the church believes, and the church is confused about what culture believes. Far too often causing the two groups to either ignore, or talk passed one another. Part-and-parcel to this problem is the fact that far too many Christians do not know exactly what it is that they profess to believe to begin with. So in one sense, you can't blame the culture looking in to then likewise misrepresent and misunderstand the church. If Christians fail to articulate and affirm what it is exactly that they believe, why should the culture respond in any substantial way towards what they are saying?

The Point: Shut Up and Act

“Dear Hollywood celebrities, you exist for my entertainment.” That’s an actual line from a viral rant that was shared and reposted by conservatives all across Facebook—including Christians. The post’s message was, in essence, “shut up and act, you’re not paid for political opinions.”

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Does Mormonism REALLY teach that Jesus is the spirit brother of Satan? To begin with, according to official Mormon teaching, Jesus Christ is the first spirit child conceived and begotten by Heavenly Father and one of Heavenly Father’s many wives (commonly referred to as “Heavenly Mother”). Just as Heavenly Father before him progressed to godhood, […]

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The unique thing about CIA is that you won’t just learn about topics you’d like to teach; you’ll also get instruction on how to speak from veteran speakers like those listed above—how to craft your message, how to recover if you stumble, how to respond to questions, how to dress, etc., etc. You’ll also have the chance to do a short presentation in front of one of the instructors, who will then give you detailed feedback, helping you improve your skills as a speaker. It’s a great opportunity!

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5 Things Christian Apologetics Must Have

Apologetics must be distinguished from evangelism. Apologetics answers questions about Christianity (1 Peter 3:15), and it can build a positive case for the Christian faith (Luke 1:4). But this is clearly different from evangelism or giving the gospel (1 Cor. 15:1-4). Evangelism is any time, any place, to anyone, in any conversation. Apologetics is only done when and if needed for unbelievers or even believers: to defend the faith or strengthen the faith.

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Reasonable Faith Podcast: The Multiverse Hypothesis

The final point that I wanted to make is one made by the philosopher Michael Rota who was also involved in team teaching this course at St. Thomas on fine-tuning. What Rota argues is that the multiverse is actually more probable on theism than it is on naturalism. He says on a theistic version of the multiverse hypothesis the proportion of life-permitting universes will be much larger. This means that it’s much more to be expected that our universe would be life-permitting on a theistic multiverse hypothesis than it is expected to be on in an atheistic multiverse hypothesis. If the atheistic multiverse hypothesis were true, he says, some rational observers somewhere in the multiverse would almost certainly exist but it very probably would not have been us because our universe would very probably not have allowed life. So what Rota is saying is that if God exists and has created a multiverse he would probably make it such that observers would appear widely throughout the multiverse. God wants to create creatures after his own image that could know him. But on naturalism it’s highly, highly improbable that the sort of life-permitting universes would exist.

In Age of Relativism, Christians Should Remind Ourselves: 'This is the Truth. Deal With It.' | The Stream

If all of the furor about “fake news” resulted in showing people the blatant contradiction in their thinking and forcing them to affirm objective truth and morality, it would all be worthwhile. But, alas, I suspect that critical thinking is too far-gone these days for most people to realize — and then admit — that they’ve been living an incredibly convenient lie: truth is relative whenever it suits me.

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Why Does God Ask So Much of Moms?

Whatever your duties, extraordinary or mundane, they require more strength than you have. And that is for your good. Why? Because when you know you don’t have enough strength, you will call on the Lord for his. Whoever said, “God will never give you more than you can handle,” did not know what they were talking about. God often gives us far more than we can handle, which is why we need more strength than we have. He hears our prayers, and loves to give us his strength. And those are the times when we feel ourselves loving the Lord with all our strength.

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Deciding to pursue a seminary degree will be one of the most rewarding and challenging educational decisions of your life. Bring your questions about Christianity and Seminary education to our Spring Open House on March 18th so you can learn what is required to make the most of your SES education. Lunch will be provided by SES, and students, alumni, and professors will be in attendance so that you can gain a clear understanding of the ministerial and academic excellence we expect from our students. We look forward to meeting you.

28 Renewing Your Mind | Blazing with Glory | Mar 9, 2017

Every day when we go outside we are bombarded with potentially blinding light rays from the sun. But as awesome as our sun may seem, it pales in comparison to the infinite glory of God. In this message, Dr. Sproul talks about the heavenly beings described in Isaiah chapter six as they worship in God's direct and immediate presence. What protects them from God's full unmitigated glory? Even more important, what will protect us?

Do Debates Bring People to Christ?

For more resources visit: In April 2016, Dr. William Lane Craig was invited to Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, IL to speak at their annual missions conference. In this short excerpt, Dr. Craig answers a question regarding the efficacy of his debates in assisting people to Christ. For the entirety of the Q&A time, watch here: 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: ...

1 Peter 5:12: We Get Grace, God Gets Glory

God’s grace turns rebels into citizens, orphans into children, an adulteress into a sinless bride. In this lab, Pastor John reminds us that we receive the grace, he receives the glory.

Why I’m Baptist

The point here should probably simply be that, for me, to be a gospel-believing, Bible-guided Christian is foremost. Second in priority is to embrace the gospel-embodying, gospel-protecting, Bible-rooted, joy-sustaining, God-glorifying doctrines of grace. And only third I would say are my baptist convictions. That enables me, then, to have a good bit of fellowship outside my own denominational connections. And I hope that, through my writings and speaking, the truth of Scripture is being promulgated in the world in such a way that more and more people are brought closer and closer to the central truths and, therefore, to each other.

How Not Letting Your Children Ask a Question Leads Them to Atheism

Time and time again, I hear the story of one who has left their belief in God in the bin of their childhood memories alongside Santa Clause and the Easter Bunny. And more often than not, I’m given one reason that is quite strange. Well, its not strange to me anymore because of how often I’m given this answer. Too often, I have people tell me that the reason they do not believe in God anymore is because no one ever let them ask a question.


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God did not choose one candidate and He is not in one political party. Our God doesn’t fall within one political ideology or one government system, yet we find Him in the heart of politics. For His heart is for the people. We may disagree on abortion policies, but all Christians should agree on valuing life. We may disagree on taxes, but all Christians should agree resources should be well stewarded. We may disagree on foreign policy, but all Christians should agree peace should be sought out.

William Lane Craig in Ireland 2017 - Apologetics 315

At long last, William Lane Craig will be visiting Ireland as part of the Reasons for Hope 2017 Tour . This tour includes stops in Cork, Dublin, and Belfast with debates and talks by William Lane Craig and John Lennox. All the events are listed here , so get your tickets now to avoid disappointment. Of note are two debates in Ireland which will be LIVE STREAMED: March 21:   Does God Exist? debate: William Lane Craig vs Michael Nugent March 23 :  Does God Exist? debate: William Lane Craig vs Daniel Came Talks by William Lane Craig include "Is Christianity Credible?", and talks by John Lennox include "Do God & Science Mix?" Keep an eye on the Facebook page here , so you can get updates on the Live Streaming debates, as well as find details for getting tickets. See you there!

Mark Zuckerberg Is Finally Getting a Degree

It looks like Harvard dropout Mark Zuckerberg will be getting a degree after all. The CEO of Facebook originally attended the university back in 2005, but left to grow his then-budding social network. Twelve years and $400 billion dollars later, Zuckerberg will be going back to Harvard to not only deliver the

The Argument from Reason to God

Naturalism is the view that there are no supernatural beings. The natural world is causally closed: there is nothing outside the box, nothing transcendent, nothing that impinges on the world from beyond. Thus, the basic level of analysis is physics: all reality, at rock bottom is captured by tiny bits of matter (quarks? strings?) that are properly understood by the discipline of physics. On this picture, a deep puzzle—conflict even—arises: how is it that our world is intelligible , if man is just a product of chance and necessity? Whence reason?

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Why Did Wall St. Install a Statue of Girl Staring Down the Bull?

a statue of a little girl firmly standing her ground in front of Wall Street’s famous charging bull. The powerful visual display sends a strong message of gender equality and according to Fortune  “is intended to mark International Women’s Day and the firm’s push for gender parity.”

Faith Is Changing the Way People Think About Music

The song has become a safe haven in a world increasingly hostile to religious expression. It’s not difficult to see why. Religion in the Western world is largely tolerated only as a private experience, a personal commitment and an individual faith. Public displays of one’s relationship with God are either reduced to a quaint “tradition”—or they are controversial. Speaking aloud about God is always a decision to enter into the culture wars—and so few speak, outside of the echo-chambers of fellow believers and seekers.

Report: Switzerland Is the Best Country in the World

U.S. News & World Report conducts a survey to determine the “best” countries in the world, and on Tuesday the research revealed that

3 Life Hacks Against Fear

I have some friends who are working through a big decision in their life, which may change the place where they do ministry. They’re struggling because they have a hunch that once they leave, others will speak badly about them, misrepresent their actions, and tarnish their legacy. My friends are also struggling to step out because they’re afraid of what will happen to the people they’ve loved and served once they’re gone. They feel responsible for those people, which is very normal.

Four Key Principles for Apologetics

At its heart, apologetics is beautifully simple and intricately connected to the heart of the gospel. As I’ve wrestled with people’s questions, I’ve learned there are a number of basic principles that apply time and again, no matter who I’m talking with.

Why Gender Inequality Is a Christian Issue

Psalm 121:1-2 provides a great picture of God as ezer rescuing the Israelites: “I look up to the mountains—does my help come from there? My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth!” Scripture offers powerful imagery as God’s strength uniquely endows a female’s strength. “What stronger help is there apart from God’s rescue?” Haddad remarks. Far from a passive help devoted exclusively to a husband and children (in the case of married women with children), it extends to God’s work through females in the larger world. As logic has it, a subordinate role of females to males would only follow if God functioned in a subordinate role when helping Israel. That was far from the case.

Stewarding a Multiethnic Campus

“We look like a parachurch, but we’re not,” said Seth Terrell, assistant director of Campus Outreach in Birmingham. Each franchise is under the headship and sponsorship of a local church; that connection played a part in keeping the organization monochromatic for so long. Campus Outreach encourages its students to attend those churches, but unless they’re multiethnic, that’s not a comfortable experience for many minority students.

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Did Genghis Khan Invent Religious Freedom?

Weatherford begins by telling the story of his discoveries and admitting he’s putting forward his theory “tentatively” (xxiii). The potential connection involves a short statement by British historian Edward Gibbon in 1787. Gibbon perceived a link between Kahn’s views of religious laws and John Locke’s work on documents formative for the governance of the Carolinas (xvii). While Weatherford couldn’t substantiate this claim, it spurred him to ask whether George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, or Thomas Jefferson knew of Kahn’s thinking, since “the most popular book in the American colonies in the 18th century” was a 1710 biography of Kahn written by a French scholar. As it turns out, Washington owned the book, Franklin popularized it, and Jefferson gave it out as a gift. Thus Weatherford attempts to show similarity in spirit and letter between Kahn’s work on religious freedom and Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom  in 1777 (xx–xxi).

Rookie Mistakes

As I look back on my earliest years walking with Jesus, I feel so much gratitude and joy. I also wish I could go back and talk to younger me and steer him away from so many misunderstandings about God, life, and himself. I’m sure that seventeen years from now I’ll have much to say about what I’m currently missing. But for now, here are five lessons I wish I would have known as a younger Christian that might help you in your walk with Christ.

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