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Thinking 2016 Toronto Conference

Many people in modern society reject the authority and trustworthiness of the Bible because of a perceived conflict between the findings of science and the claims of the Bible. Belief in the Bible is equated with Faith, while belief in Science is equated with Reason. In this workshop track, we will examine the relationship between Science and Scripture and assess whether they are mutually exclusive modes of discovering truth. Dr. Ewan Goligher, a PhD candidate in the Department of Physiology at the University of Toronto, will examine the basic assumptions scientists make about metaphysics (‘reality’) when they’re ‘doing science’, assumptions that cannot be confirmed by science but that are strongly supported by the Bible. Dr. Kirk Durston and Tim Barnett will examine how findings from molecular biology and cosmology (respectively) support Biblical claims about the world. Rony Kozman (PhD student, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto) will examine Genesis 1 to discern how the ancient Hebrews and how the Jewish Rabbis of Jesus’ era would have ‘heard’ and interpreted the claims of the text.

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Canal Walk The Canal Walk is part of the Indiana Central Canal, which was dug in the early 1800s, in an effort to facilitate interstate commerce. Today, the refurbished Canal Walk (stretching north through White River State Park to 11th Street) serves the downtown community as a waterside promenade for walkers, runners, bikers and sightseers (while the canal itself includes a steady stream of pedal boats, which may be rented west of the Indiana State Museum).   Children's Museum Located just minutes from downtown, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis features five floors of fun and interactive learning that have the power to transform the lives of children and families across the arts, world cultures, sciences, and humanities.   Eagle Creek Park & Marina One of the nation's largest city parks, Eagle Creek Park covers over 3,900 acres of land on the northwest side of town. As the park's trails beckon to hikers and birders, its 1,400-acre lake--a frequent host of U.S. Rowing's National Championship--welcomes fishermen and sailors. As well as picnic areas and a swimming beach, the park offers rentals for canoes, kayaks, Hobie Cats, sailboats, pontoon boats, wind-surfing and pedal boats--as well as lessons for the aforementioned.

Bible Intake Is Not a Hot Dog Eating Contest

In an increasingly fast-paced society, most of us already feel like life is too busy. We may recognize our need to feed on God through welcoming his word into our hearts, but it’s all too easy to come to our Bibles like we’re navigating rush-hour traffic, trying to get home as quickly as possible. But our frantic souls desperately need to slow down, linger, and have unhurried time enjoying the rich fare of God’s self-revelation to us. We need a more reflective — even leisurely — reception of God’s word.

Unhinged: Senator Boxer ridicules 'philosopher', assails Catholic priest at Senate climate hearing

Irritated by the testimony from the author of 'A Moral Case for Fossil Fuels', Alex Epstein, democrat Senator Barbara Boxer asks, "Are you a scientist?" Epstein responds, "No. Philosopher... To teach you how to think more clearly." Boxer: "Well, you don't have to teach me how to think more clearly... I'm telling you that all you have to know is you're a philosopher and not a scientist, and I don't appreciate getting lectured by a philosopher about science." Boxer then turns to Father Robert Sirico, "You're saying that when the planet is facing all these problems, it's not a moral issue." Father Sirico replies, "I never said that. Where did I say that? Could you give me that quotation, Senator?" Unable to provide the quote, Boxer says, "I think you need to have a talk with Reverend Nelson," the Presbyterian USA minister sitting two chairs down. Father Sirico gets in the last word, "Who is by the way, not a scientist." Hearing: Examining the Role of Environmental Policies on Access to Energy and Economic Opportunity Senate Environment and Public Works Committee April 13, 2016

Unbelievable? The Conference 2016 - Discover Your Inner Evangelist

The UK's leading apologetics and evangelism conference is back! A day of inspirational training led by world class Christian apologists and evangelists, to help you rediscover your passion for telling others about Christ. In partnership with the Christian Thinkers Society.

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Can Christians Get Tattoos According to the Bible? Pastor Mark Driscoll Answers

Tattoos are celebrated by some to be a creative outlet for self-expression and individuality, while others have quoted the Bible to oppose body ink. Arizona-based Trinity Church pastor Mark Driscoll attempts to answer this oft-debated question: Is it OK for Christians to get tattoos?

North Carolina Governor Issues Order Clarifying Transgender Bathroom Ordinance Law

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed an executive order clarifying the states controversial new law banning transgender bathroom ordinances.

2 Timothy 2:8–10, Part 2: The Gospel Triumphs Through Suffering

When Paul says the word of God is not bound, what does he mean? Can the word work and spread apart from workers willing to suffer for it? In this lab, John Piper talks about the power of the gospel and the power of suffering to spread and confirm the gospel.

Did the Apostles Lie So They Could Die as Martyrs? | Cold Case Christianity

In the movie, God’s Not Dead 2 , I was asked to defend the historicity of Jesus and the eyewitness reliability of the Gospels. As a skeptic, I believed that the story of the Resurrection was either a late distortion (a legend) created by Christians well after the fact, or a conspiratorial lie on the part of the original Apostles. It wasn’t until I started working homicides (and homicidal conspiracies in particular) that I decided an Apostolic conspiracy was unreasonable. I’ve written a chapter in Cold Case Christianity describing the five necessary elements of successful conspiracies, and none of these elements were present for the Apostles. But even more importantly, the Apostles lacked the proper motivation to lie about the Resurrection. My case work as a homicide detective taught me something important: there are only three motives behind any murder (or any crime, or sin, for that matter). All crimes are motivated by financial greed, sexual lust (relational desire) or the pursuit of power. If the Apostles committed the crime of fraud on an unsuspecting world, they were motivated by one of these three intentions.

How to Pray Aloud in a Group

Stonewall Jackson began to pray publicly because he was convinced that it was his duty. This same duty — and opportunity — belongs to us. If you are a pastor or an elder, you are called to pray aloud with your church (Acts 6:4). If you are a mother or a father, you are called to pray aloud with your children (Deuteronomy 6:6–7). If you are a child, you are called to pray aloud with your friends (Psalm 8:2, Matthew 21:15–16). If you are a member of Christ’s church, there will come a time when — ready or not — you will be called to pray aloud with a suffering brother or sister (James 5:16). If the Lord has opened your lips, you are called to pray out loud with someone.

Christian student expelled for quoting the Bible on marriage on Facebook page

I actually have a friend who is a Christian apologist. He writes all about controversial subjects like intelligent design, gay marriage and Islam under his real name. And he friends pretty much anyone who sends him a friend request, including people who disagree with him on controversial issues. He likes to have a lot of friends, although I wouldn’t classify him as someone who invests deeply in other people’s lives. Publishing controversial views under his own name has actually caused him some trouble academically, where he lost a world-class PhD supervisor. And he has ignored all my warnings. Don’t be like that guy. The goal of your life is not to behave recklessly, and then get destroyed before you accomplish anything. The goal of your life is to accomplish a lot over the long term, and pray that the other side never lays a finger on you.

The Serious Joy of Loving Communion

It is not my place to speak to the internal politics and policies of the Roman Catholic Church, and I do not seek to address the question of divorced persons in particular. But I think it is worthwhile to take this opportunity to reflect as catholic and Reformed Christians upon a presupposition of this letter — indeed one which the letter may render more ambiguous. Why is reception of the Lord’s Supper a practice which requires a particular moral posture? Why are we even discussing who is fit to receive a feast for sinners? These questions matter for all churches as we seek to be guided by scriptural teaching and to be pastorally faithful in caring for the women and men in our congregations. This question prompts us to think carefully about grace, repentance, and communion with God.

Pray Together with Your Guests

Though many of us pray regularly with our spouses and children, we sometimes forego that practice when guests are in the home. If we do, we miss a valuable opportunity. Whether we’re welcoming friends for coffee or hosting them for a weekend, our prayers together refresh the hearts of saints and stand as a testimony to the unconverted.

Transition and the Pastor’s Wife

It’s often a wife’s temptation to look for too much from her husband, especially when things are difficult. As pastors’ wives, we may be tempted to put an even heavier weight on our husbands given that they’re “pastors.” We may want them to play God and “fix” everything for us during this lonely transition. Don’t forget that the God of the universe is the one who placed you where you are, not your husband. You may have made the transition against your own personal desires and followed your husband, but the Lord was the One who called you! And don’t forget that your husband is also transitioning. He’s lonely too. Pray that God gives you realistic expectations for your husband. Cheer him on; don’t bleed him dry with your needs. You might find yourself wondering whether your expectations are reasonable; that’s when you call an old friend who knows you both well. Lay it out there and have ears to hear. 

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First PayPal. Then Springsteen. Now a Porn Company Tries to Seize the Moral High Ground | The Stream

An internet porn company, by definition, is not only immoral but literally traffics in immorality, and every dime it makes is immoral. It degrades and exploits women (and men), marks them for lifelong shame, takes advantage of older teens and young ladies wanting to make easy money, turns sex into a filthy business, contributes to the destruction of marriages, leads to harmful addictions, and even pollutes innocent children, who are being exposed to internet porn at younger and younger ages. Some pornography goes even further in terms of its destructive activities and effects.

Reasons To Believe : Complex Carbohydrates Illustrate the Design in Cells

If we compare the alpha-amino acid building blocks of proteins with the sugar building blocks of carbohydrates, several things become apparent regarding the greater structural complexity of carbohydrates compared to proteins. Figure 1 compares the amino acid alanine with the sugar glucose, a hexose. First, while there are two possible structures for each of the 20 amino acids, there are eight different structures for each sugar (carbohydrates). Second, each amino acid has only two reaction sites, the carboxyl carbon and the amino group; while each hexose (e.g., glucose) contains five reaction sites, the glycosidic carbon and four hydroxyl groups. Due to the different combinations of attachment sites, a sugar allows for more possible linear polysaccharide or oligosaccharide structures than proteins do. Additionally, other sugars can be attached to any of the free hydroxyls of the linear structure, thus forming branched structures. Two amino acids can form 16 possible dipeptide structures, only four of which would be found in active proteins. However, the two sugars glucose (Glc) and galactose (Gal) can form more than 1,160 different disaccharides and, in principle, all of the disaccharide structures are possible in biological organisms.

Christian Apologetics – The Bible Commands It

Having previously given several examples of Jesus’ and Paul’s use of persuasion and careful reasoning approaches to evangelism, let me now show you how God, through His inspired authors, has given us the commission to each be careful and considered Christian case-makers.

21 Christian Woman in Indonesia Caned for Breaking Sharia Law

The fact is that Muslims in Aceh do tolerate religious freedom and we can coexist without any problems. We don’t want to raise the impression that Islamic law in Aceh infringes on the rights of non-Muslims… It doesn’t [force] sharia law on non-Muslims because they are free to observe their own faiths and beliefs.

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Finding God's Goodness in the Barrenness of Life (Part 1 of 2)

Blogger and author Sara Hagerty talks about the struggles she's faced with infertility and with the question "Where is God in the midst of my pain?" She offers hope and encouragement to listeners wrestling with hardship as she reminds us of the Bible's promises that God loves us and cares about all of our needs. (Part 1 of 2)

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Accused MK Counterfeiter Asks To Be Released to YWAM

Gustafson did all he could do prevent his extradition, they said. While still in Uganda, Gustafson told officials he and his wife would kill themselves if he were sent to the United States, feigned tuberculosis to obtain a medical release, and offered prison officials 50 million shillings (about US $15,000) to let him go, assistant US attorney Shardul Desai wrote in a court document. Gustafson hid his identity behind two aliases, still has not turned over his passport, and has made “numerous statements” that he desires to remain in Uganda, according to Desai.

How to Kill Sinful Anger

We must talk about it. Pride hates confessing sin to other people. If we feel resistance to doing it, it’s an indicator that pride is likely at the root. Talking to someone about it wages war on sinful anger. It has a head-clearing effect on us. And objective input helps correct our perspective and honestly address the question, “Why do I have a right to be angry?” Answering this question out loud often exposes our errant presumptions and pride.

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During his recent debate with Richard Bauckham , Bart Ehrman argued that the documents Papias refers to as having been authored by Matthew and Mark were different than the gospels we have today. He also suggested that Justin Martyr may have attributed the gospels to authors other than the traditional ones and that the Gospel Of Peter was part of Justin's collection of gospels. I've responded to such arguments in the past. See my post at 11:18 P.M. on 9/19/06 in the comments section of the thread here . My comments there include a discussion of the evidence that Papias addressed John's gospel and its authorship, not just Matthew and Mark. On Justin's alleged acceptance of the Gospel Of Peter, see Lydia McGrew's comments on the subject in a response she wrote to Ehrman last year . The more Ehrman proposes that sources prior to Irenaeus had a different collection of gospels, the worse of an explanation he's providing for why there's such widespread agreement about the four canonical gospels from the time of Irenaeus onward. Why do the different gospel collections that allegedly

How to Talk to Your Kids About Gender

My sons and I were sitting in the corner of a Dunkin’ Donuts when a young man I’d counseled in previous years came over and said hello. It took me about 30 seconds to realize whom I was speaking with. This young man was now identifying as a transgender woman. I’d heard he’d made this decision but hadn’t yet bumped into him. We chatted briefly and shortly thereafter left to get the kids to school. Once we got in the car, I hoped my kids wouldn’t press in and ask too many questions about the encounter. But of course they did. This is 2016, and my kids go to public school. We have a TV in our home, and they are generally observant teenagers. Unfortunately I hadn’t rehearsed this “lesson” in my parenting arsenal.

It Is Better That Another Comes by Sinclair Ferguson | April 14, 2016

Martin Luther’s students often conversed over dinner with him and recorded many of his comments in what became known as Table Talk. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson speaks of the “table talk” of Jesus that John recorded in the Upper Room Discourse. In this passage, the Savior discusses the advantage for the disciples when He leaves them and sends “another Helper” (14:16), the Holy Spirit. The disciples could not, however, agree that the promised Spirit would make up for the bodily absence of Christ. Only later would the disciples fully realize the vital role of the Spirit to take up the work of Christ as Teacher, Counselor, and Homemaker.

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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.

Why Did God Create People He Knew Would Reject Him?

For more information and resources visit: On July 27th & 28th, 2012, an On Guard Christian Apologetics conference was held in Tulsa, Oklahoma by the Reasonable Faith Tulsa chapter ( ). The conference was named after Dr. William Lane Craig's new training manual in Christian apologetics entitled, On Guard ( ), and featured Dr. Craig, and other first rate Christian scholars. At the conference, Dr. Craig spoke on the Problem of Evil and Suffering, and engaged in a lengthy question and answer time with the audience. In this video, Dr Craig answers the question, "Why did God create people He knew would reject Him?" We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook:

Washington Post probes heart of Stephen Curry and finds family (with hint of faith)

If reporters are going to ask what makes Curry tick, they have to do more than ask what makes him tick as a basketball phenomenon. If they are going to be honest (and logical) they also need to know what makes him tick as a man, a husband and a father. They may even have to back up and look at how Curry's past, quite literally his spiritual roots, have shaped him.


"You are not educated if you don't know the Bible. You can't read Shakespeare or Milton without it, even if there was nothing else of it. And with the schools now, that's what I hate about secular relativism. They're afraid of insurance liability. They don't even teach it as a document. They stay out of the whole thing to avoid controversy. So kids can't quote the King James Bible. That's terrible." 1 Courage and Godspeed, Chad 1. Mindy Belz, "The World According to Hitch," June 3rd 2006. 

37 Archaeological Find Supports Pre-Exilic Date for Biblical Texts - Stand to Reason Blog

Using handwriting analysis technology similar to that employed by intelligence agencies and banks to analyze signatures, a Tel Aviv University team determined that a famous hoard of ancient Hebrew inscriptions, dated to around 600 BC, were written by at least six different authors. Although the inscriptions are not from the Hebrew Bible, their discovery suggests there was widespread literacy in ancient Judah at the time that would support the composition of biblical works.

How to Recognize a Foolish Leader

But nonetheless, the right kind of leader, under the wise governing checks and balances constructed in the American constitution, will help guide our nation through the very precarious days that lie ahead of us.

Spurgeon Almost Quit

The evening of October 19, 1856 commenced a season of unusual suffering for Spurgeon. His popularity had forced the rental of the Surrey Garden Music Hall to hold the 12,000 people congregated inside. Ten thousand eager listeners stood outside the building, scrambling to hear his sermon. The event constituted one of the largest crowds gathered to hear a nonconformist preacher — a throwback to the days of George Whitefield.

Violence Breaks Out At T4G As Rival Theology Gangs Clash | The Babylon Bee

LOUISVILLE, KY—For the third time in as many gatherings, the Together for the Gospel Conference was marred by an outbreak of turbulence as tensions rose over differing hermeneutic approaches to Scripture. “The dispensationalists feel like they’ve been given short shrift again,” said Dr. John Dawsen, as a Crossway pen whizzed by his ear. “Combine the grammatical-historical and redemptive-historical feud and inter-complementarian squabbles, and you have a recipe for contention.”

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The Wrong Way to Approach the Poor

Chase, this is so brilliant, one of the best things i have read on poverty in a while, thank you for this. We have a blog called Two Cents where we connect to articles or write pieces on where FAITH and FINANCES intersect and so often our pieces relate to the poor [if you'd ever like to write a piece drop me a line - ] but two that stand out which resonate with this post are:

How The Media Attack Religious Liberty

The use of this kind of rhetoric is meant to suggest that the political aspirations of gay Americans are tantamount to the hopes of blacks fighting to free themselves of Jim Crow. This is absurd mostly because, in the fairest reading of the situation, today’s debate isn’t about one group’s civil rights. Instead, it’s a conflict that pits the interests of two groups against each other. And today, only one of those two has a desire to coerce the other.

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Should We Leave Apologetics to the Professionals?

It’s true that there are some people who devote their whole lives and study in universities and full-time work in the area of Christian case-making. These are the “professional” apologists. They’re the experts. They don’t have the average full-time job in the secular world that you may have. Should we leave apologetics to them because, after all, that’s all they seem to do for a living?

There's a Deeper Reason for Adam LaRoche's Sudden Retirement From Baseball

ESPN senior writer Tim Keown, in his profile of LaRoche describes it this way: “Adam LaRoche was now a conduit for opinions on education and money and privilege and kids in the workplace. Hashtags reigned. He was either an idiot or a saint.” Keown goes on to offer a reason for LaRoche's retirement that's much deeper than the spoiled athlete bit. Back in November, LaRoche took a trip to the red-light districts of Southeast Asia, where he worked with Exodus Road, a nonprofit that combats underage sex-slavery. There, LaRoche and fellow-pro Blaine Boyer "conducted surveillance in brothels and tried to determine the age of the girls—known only by numbers pinned to bikinis—and identify their bosses,” says the ESPN profile.

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Four Ways the Earth Is Fine-Tuned for Life

The just so appearance of “fine-tuning” in our universe is rather uncontroversial amongst scientists and cosmologists. Even Paul Davies (who is agnostic when it comes to the notion of a Divine Designer) readily stipulates, “Everyone agrees that the universe looks as if it was designed for life.” The foundational, regional and locational conditions of our universe, solar system and planet are delicately balanced and finely calibrated. The slightest modification of these conditions would be disastrous for life. The delicate requirements for the existence of galaxies, star systems, and planets capable of supporting “intelligent observers” are incredibly fragile. In my book, God’s Crime Scene , I describe the nature of foundational , regional and locational conditions in the context of a crime scene I investigated many years ago. The evidence I observed in these layers led me to conclude an external suspect had tampered with the scene to cause a death . In a similar way, it appears the layered conditions of the universe have been “tampered with” to cause the emergence of life .

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