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Ask Anything: Weekend Edition 04-19-14

2) Should I talk about God and His Word in every conversation with unbelievers in my school?

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The Videos Ergun Caner Sued to Suppress

Following the courts decision to dismiss the claims of Ergun Caner that the footage of him lying to the US Marines is protected by copyright, the video evidence will return to YouTube and Viddler in the near future. In the meantime, the two videos in question are being embedded directly here on Witnesses Unto Me . Ergun Caner at the Base Theater: download

3 Mike Licona and Bart Ehrman debate the resurrection of Jesus

Bart Ehrman is well known as a US New Testament Scholar who lost his Christian faith and now questions many core precepts of Christianity, including the Resurrection of Jesus.  When Mike Licona had doubts he devoted himself to investigating the evidence and became convinced that Jesus resurrection is the only rational explanation for the facts.

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If Christ Has Not Been Raised: Reasoning Through the Resurrection - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Jesus' being raised to new life three days after His execution pumps the heart of the Christian gospel (doctrine), and is Christianity’s central supporting fact (apologetics). The truth of Christianity uniquely stands or falls on Christ’s resurrection. The apostle Paul explains: “If Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith” (1 Cor. 15:14). “If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile, you are still in your sins” (1 Cor. 15:17).

5 Did Jesus Spend Saturday in Hell?

They [the Christians] may well have been exposed to scoffing questions from pagan neighbors, and anxious ones from one another, “What is the gain of your having become Christians, since you apparently die like other men?” The writer’s answer is that, so far from being useless, the preaching of Christ and his gospel to those who have since died had precisely this end in view, that although according to human calculation they might seem to be condemned, they might in fact enjoy life eternal.” ( A Commentary on the Epistles of Peter and Jude, 175)

6 Grace to You Radio

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6 Things to Remember When Leaving Your Church

Kirsty, you are almost telling my story! I know how you feel, and the struggle. You want Church to be a joy. Not an obligation. Like me, there were probably many people who came and left the church I attended for so long and felt the way that I feel now because I did not make a point of becoming involved in their lives. I was too busy talking to my friends, volunteering in my area, to take the time to reach out to a new person at the church, someone I did not know their name or maybe had never seen before, or just once or twice. Now, I am that person who doesn't know anybody and does not know how to go up and insert myself into a conversation that has already been established among people. But I've realized that I am the one that is going to have to step outside my comfort zone, to get involved in this church I am attending. Volunteering quickly lets me know people, and gets me familiar with the church, its theology its relationships, where the heart of the church is, like you said, it is the people that is the church. I hope you check around churches near you, and that you find a church where the preaching really touches your heart and calls you to do what Christ has called us to do.

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Did Jesus Say He Was God? - Apologetics Guy

I’m content to let that observation rest, and don’t intend to be drawn into protracted discussion here when I am both short on time, and have already suggested that the sincere, more rigorous and higher-level question is whether Jesus is in fact divine. His statements do not exclude that in the least, as you suggest. I will simply note in closing how your analysis of “Son of Man” leaves much to be desired. To suggest that “bar enash” would be better translated “human being” and not not “son of man” in Daniel 7 is hubristic, in light of established scholarship. This is an exceptional term for “man,” where “adam” would have been expected if it were generic as in Ezekiel. The text portrays this figure as being in heavenly company. Son of Man certainly indicates a human form, as Messiah was understood to be, but it does not reduce to human being in every sense. The text does not say that he is human, only that in the vision, this being was “like” a “bar enash.” This appellation, moreover, as distinct from “bar adam,” has the connotation in ANE literature of being heir to a royal throne.

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A Shameful Day in Evangelical Christian Publishing

For many years now, publishers have been releasing books that claim the Bible does not oppose committed homosexual relationships. That is nothing new. But it is a sad and shameful day when a major Christian publisher releases such a book and claims that it is a solid evangelical publication. This is abhorrent, disgraceful and terribly misleading. And it needs to be addressed and exposed.

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Grace to You

Make friends quickly with your opponent at law while you are with him on the way, so that your opponent may not hand you over to the judge, and the judge to the officer, and you be thrown into prison. Truly I say to you, you will not come out of there until you have paid up the last cent.

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Good Friday Means Nothing Without Easter Sunday

In a Good-Friday-only view of the Gospel, the Cross does everything. In that old Gospel, both forgiveness and justification are the result of Christ’s death only, and the resurrection (along with the other parts of Jesus’ life past and future) are just “extras.” But this is not what Paul says: “He was delivered over to death for our sins and was raised to life for our justification” (Romans 4:25).

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Radio & Podcast - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

Listen to CrossExamined with Frank Turek on American Family Radio network Saturday, 10-11 am Eastern on AFR network streaming audio and FM radio Tune in to our weekly call-in radio program hosted by Frank Turek on American Family Radio network. Join Frank as he discusses challenging topics, takes calls from listeners, and interviews dynamic Christian apologists. Sponsored by CrossExamined.org, this apologetics program is both informative and entertaining!  It is also available in podcast at the iTunes link below.

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The Pastors.com Daily

The Pastors.com Daily, by Pastors.com: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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This Elementary School's Advice About Bullying Is Just Horrible

As someone who was bullied in school from 2nd - 7th grade I think I can speak to this. #2, 4, 5, 6 & 8 are stupid and don't work. #9 does work and when I did grow a sense of humor I was able to be more dismissive of the comments of others and, by asserting a little wit, usually able to turn the tables on the bullies without being mean myself. #1 violates the very thing most bullied children need more of: self-esteem. The ability to show righteous indignation and personal dignity is powerful. This kind of anger breeds self-respect and that helped me become more self-aware and helped me address some of the behavior that sparked bullying. Right here let me say that bullied kids are going to eventually have to move into higher education, collaborative groups, workplaces, etc. where they are not going to be "protected." Learning to communicate, defend oneself, and confront others are life skills. At some point a guy with a "My Little Pony" lunch box is going to have to develop the ability to argue for his individuality and reveal those dictating conformity as Pharisees. Jesus was great at this.

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The Epic Jesus Follower Fail

In each unfolding event of the week, the apostles disappoint. During the Last Supper, Jesus tells his friends that one of them will betray him and that they'll all abandon him. They respond by telling Jesus that he's underestimated them and arguing about who is the greatest, the most loyal disciple. Then, they fall asleep, more than once, in Gethsemene, too weak to be a friend to Jesus when he is most desperate for one. Then, they panic and draw swords against those who arrested Jesus. Next, in a scene recounted with cringe-worthy detail, Peter swears up and down that he doesn't know Jesus even though it's pretty obvious to everyone around him that he does.

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The Truth of the Cross — Free Audiobook

“ The cross stands at the very center of our Christian lives. Still, many Christians are confused about the heart of the gospel, for many deviant views are in the air. R. C. Sproul blows the fog away in this wonderfully clear, theologically profound, and pastorally rich work. Learn afresh or anew what God has accomplished in the cross, so that you will boast only in the cross of Jesus Christ.”

17 What Would Change Your Mind about Christianity? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Albert Henry Ross was a strong adherent to science and Huxley’s assertion that “miracles do not happen”, but nonetheless he still held a strong admiration for the person of Jesus. Ross decided to conduct his own personal, historical investigation of Jesus’ final days and compile his findings into a work he planned to call “Jesus, the Last Phase,” which he believed would help remove the superstitious notion that a dead man could come back to life.

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Did God set up Judas?

God orchestrated the betrayal and murder of Jesus (Acts 2:23; 4:27–28). This is a crucial point. If God did not orchestrate the death of Christ, then the death of Christ could not have saved us from our sins, and we would perish in hell forever. Jesus lived to die and to save his people from their sins (Matt. 1:21).

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God Didn't Create Moral Law, It Is Simply a Reflection of His Character - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

“It’s the rare atheist who will honestly admit what their world view would wreak, taken to its logical conclusion. To know that you are simply an accidental conglomeration of chemicals at the same time that such a thing as morals even exist is oxymoronic statement and yet I hear it all the time from fellow atheists.  …Be consistent. Acknowledge that the Universe is an uncaused accident, ethics is an illusion, and act accordingly. Or acknowledge the possibility of another possibility.  Stop trying to have it both ways.  Can you be an ethical atheist?  Yes.  But you won’t be a logical one.”

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The Resurrection of Jesus: An Unlikely Easter Conversation - Apologetics Guy

One Easter, a relative cornered me at a family reunion and wanted to talk about the resurrection of Jesus. Let’s just call her my dear Aunt Sally. Some people try to stay away from politics and religion a parties. Not Aunt Sally. :-)

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No Evidence for God? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

To say that you do not find the evidence for Christianity sufficient, compelling, or convincing is one thing, but to repeatedly deny ad nauseum that there is any evidence at all only goes to reveal two things: The first being your intellectual laziness, and second, the depth of your rebellion towards God.

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Don't ask questions, just believe? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Many people operate as though the definition of faith were, Don’t ask questions, just believe. They quote Jesus himself, who taught his followers to have the faith of a child (Mark 10:15). But I once heard Francis Schaeffer respond by saying, “Don’t you realize how many questions children ask?”

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What to Expect When the Evolution Bubble Is About to Pop - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

At first these big shot defectors are given some respect (e.g., Margulis). But then, many rank-and-file proponents of the original idea (e.g., in stocks, these would be investors; in evolution, they are scientists who have invested their own most precious capital, their own lives, in the idea) respond to the defection by "ridiculing" or "demonizing" the big shots who broke ranks. The investors fear that thanks to the mavericks, their investment is in peril and they react accordingly, in a fury. This is exactly what we saw with Thomas Nagel, Jerry Fodor, and many others. In essence those within the establishment fear attack from those who have broken rank .

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A Deeper Look at If the Bible Is Reliable - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Scholars devote entire books to the question of the Bible’s historical reliability. For the sake of space and time, this essay will merely sample some work on three parts of the Bible: the time of the patriarchs; Israel’s history as recorded in 1 and 2 Kings; and Jesus’ time.

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When Atheists Are Angry at God - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

I've shaken my fist in anger at stalled cars, storm clouds, and incompetent meteorologists. I've even, on one terrible day that included a dead alternator, a blaring blaring tornado-warning siren, and a horrifically wrong weather forecast, cursed all three at once. I've fumed at furniture, cussed at crossing guards, and held a grudge against Gun Barrel City, Texas. I've been mad at just about anything you can imagine.

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God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: Ecce Homo: Behold the Man Jesus Before Pilate

Pilate was often capricious, unfair, and cruel, but the elders were mindful that he was extremely careful to not alarm or displease the emperor. Thus the Jewish leaders told Pilate, "If you release this man, you are not Caesar's friend: every one that makes himself a king speaks against Caesar" (John 19:12). The idea of being accused of supporting or showing weakness regarding treason was too much for the dithering judge to bear. Jesus was brought out and Pilate sat again and asked, "Shall I crucify your King?" The chief priests blasphemed and cried out, "We have no king but Caesar" (John 19:15). Lastly Pilate capitulated to their pressures and outcry as he decreed Christ be crucified. Nonetheless, he retaliated by posting on the cross the inscription "The king of the Jews" and then washed his hands. The people then bellowed a curse-full malediction, "His blood be on us, and on our children" (Matthew 27:24-25). Then Jesus was transported to be crucified.

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Kevin DeYoung Book Launch Event

Join us on April 25th to explore these questions and more at "Taking God at His Word," a special book launch event sponsored by the Westminster Bookstore and Crossway Books. The daylong event will be held at Covenant Fellowship Church in the greater Philadelphia area. The event will feature plenary addresses by Kevin DeYoung, as well as panel discussions with David Powlison, Carl Trueman, K. Scott Oliphint, and G. K. Beale.

28 http://www.ligonier.org/rym/broadcasts/audio/easter-april-2014/

In a special, hope-filled Easter sermon preached at Saint Andrew’s Chapel, Dr. R.C. Sproul teaches on Christ’s encounter with two men on the road to Emmaus. This passage is found in Luke 24:13-35.

29 In Defense of the Empty Tomb - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Was the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth found empty three days after he was crucified? If not, then Christianity is the biggest lie and the biggest waste of time in history. While the historicity of the empty tomb does not, by itself, constitute a convincing argument for the Resurrection, it plays an indispensable role as Jesus could not have risen from the dead if his tomb was not empty. There are several good historical reasons to accept the historicity of the empty tomb. Contrary to common belief, it is not something that needs to be taken solely on faith.

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Behold Boston’s Killer New Edgar Allan Poe Statue

The Edgar Allan Poe Foundation has commissioned this crazy statue, entitled “Poe Returning To Boston” to be erected near his parent’s home in Boston, where the poet was born. This thing’s got it all: A massive, wickedly-talonned raven; a dramatically windblown trench coat; a briefcase with a human heart and books spilling out the back. If you want to see the epic sculpture for yourself, the foundation is holding an official unveiling in October ...

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Naming Your Turtles - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

At the end of the lecture, a little old lady at the back of the room got up and said: "What you have told us is rubbish. The world is really a flat plate supported on the back of a giant tortoise."

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Easter Reading: 7 of the Best Books on the Resurrection - Apologetics Guy

Want to perpare for conversations about Jesus’ Resurrection? I often find myself talking about the historicity of the Resurrection at family get-togethers around Easter. And it’s not even me bringing this stuff up. Somehow, my skeptical relatives find me!

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How We Got the Bible - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Millions of people around the globe put their faith in a collection of books called the Bible . They consider it to be the Word of God, endeavor to live by its standards, and fervently believe its stories. Indeed, even nonreligious people value the Bible’s accounts of ancient history and admire many of its moral teachings.

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Holy Week, Day 7: Saturday

The following video, filmed in conjunction with our book  The Final Days of Jesus , features short explanations from and interviews with New Testament scholars Andreas Köstenberger and Douglas Moo. Dr. Köstenberger looks at the role of Joseph of Arimathea in Jesus’s burial, the rules for burial at the time, and what we know about first-century tombs. Dr. Moo answers the question of where Jesus was between his death and his resurrection, focusing on 1 Peter 3, which says that Christ preached to spirits in prison. Is this a reference to Jesus descending into Hades?

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Vince Bugliosi's Strange Argument Against the Resurrection - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Former L.A. County Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi, who was responsible for putting Charles Manson behind bars, dived into the realm of the Christian-Atheist dialogue about two years ago with his book Divinity of Doubt. The book is a justification of agnosticism, sometimes accepting the arguments of apologists on both sides. Almost needless to say, Bugliosi rejects Jesus’ Resurrection. I’d like to examine his reasoning, because as we strive to use the tool of inferring the best explanation of a body of evidence, we will sometimes encounter red herring arguments in the form of rather subjective objections that do nothing to make a skeptical explanation of the evidence more plausible. Bugliosi’s argument here is a good example of that.

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‘Doing theology’ on Capitol Hill

WASHINGTON — Mark Dever arrived on Capitol Hill in 1994 to pastor a church of primarily 70- to 90-year-old people that was weary after nearly a half century of decline and weighed down with pouring its limited funds into the maintenance of a block of real estate.

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Public Apologetics Part 3: Be Patient! - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Now who is there to harm you if you are zealous for what is good? But even if you should suffer for righteousness’ sake, you will be blessed. Have no fear of them, nor be troubled, but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect, having a good conscience, so that, when you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ may be put to shame. (1 Peter 3:13-16 ESV)

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Job, Evil and an Argument for Faith - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

When God wishes to increase our suffering he sends theologians. At least, this is one lesson Job learned; his infamous comforters were well informed and had undergone deep, mystical experiences . Yet, all their learning taught them nothing. They lacked the wisdom that life requires; they thought that Job’s suffering was a philosophical conundrum and that his questions were academic. So they gave the simplest answer available to them. God punishes the guilty by making them suffer: therefore, Job’s suffering was evidence of guilt.

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Agnostics Among Us and Within Us - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

George MacDonald tells us in the Curate’s Awakening that, “to know Christ is to do His will.  And doing so, we will finally come to know Him.”  If we want to learn of faith and refute the agnostic within us (and I believe there is one in many, if not all, of us) then we must simply and humbly look to the story of Christ and start by practicing what Jesus says to do. Then, as the Curate says, “In our attempt to obey the words recorded as His, we will see grandeur beyond the realm of any human invention” and we can boldly “cast our lot with those of the Crucified.”

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How Do We Know That Jesus Really Died? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

A recent podcast listener offered the following objection: Couldn’t the disciples have been wrong about the death of Jesus? After all, when Paul was stoned by the Jews from Antioch and Iconium (in Acts 14) they drug him out of the city and left him for dead. “While the disciples stood around him, he got up and entered the city” (verse 20). If the disciples were wrong about Paul, couldn’t they also have been wrong about Jesus? As I always say, anything and everything is possible, but not everything is reasonable. There are good reasons to believe that the disciples were not wrong about the death of Jesus:

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On My Shelf: Life and Books with Matt Chandler

I talked with Matt Chandler, president of Acts 29 and lead pastor of The Village Church in Dallas, about what's on his nightstand, books he re-reads, favorite biographies, and more.

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Window Washers Wear Superhero Costumes for Children’s Hospital Patients

The Chicago Tribune has posted this touching look at Lurie Children’s Hospital “Superhero Day.” Once a year, several of the building’s death-defying window washers don comic book-inspired costumes to cheer up the young patients inside while dangling hundreds of feet above the city. Well done heroes ...

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Beginning to argue effectively - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

In my previous post , I discussed the need for Christians to engage others by using argumentation. We use argumentation while looking for fallacies for flaws to determine unsound or invalid arguments and assertions by others, all the while seeking to find the truth of a matter. Arguing in a logical, thoughtful manner helps us look for the flaws in other people's stances and helps us to effectively assert our own. Arguments highlight those things that can change a belief.

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Spielberg Bringing True Story of Jewish Priest to the Big Screen

According to a report in Variety , Steven Spielberg is bringing an adaptation of the book The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara to the big screen. It’s not clear whether or not he will direct or just produce the film version of the acclaimed 1997 nonfiction work. As described by Vulture , the book tells the true story of Edgardo Mortara: “Born Jewish in 1851, Mortara was given an emergency baptism by a servant, who was worried about a childhood illness. At age 7, the Catholic Church took him from his family, as it was against the law for non-Catholics to raise a Catholic. Adopted by the Pope, he went on to become a priest.” A release date hasn’t yet been set for the project ...

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Pastors Nationwide Deliver Easter Message That Includes the Resurrection as Linchpin of Christian Faith

From the orthodox to the charismatic, from small chapels to megachurches, from brick and mortar to digital, pastors nationwide are leading believers and seekers in Easter worship services with the central Christian message – Jesus Christ, God's only begotten son, died on the cross and rose on the third day for the salvation of those who believe in Him.

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How Easter relates to suffering: five reflections on living in light of sin and evil – Part II

Third , in God’s plan of redemption, God not only demonstrates that he is sovereign over sin and evil, but also that in his sovereignty, holiness, justice, and grace he is rooting out sin and evil in the cross work of Christ, thus demonstrating that he is perfectly good and trustworthy. Scripture teaches that in redemption, God is not indifferent to our suffering and plight. Even though we do not deserve anything from him but judgment, God has displayed his grace and has acted to defeat sin and evil. In fact, it is precisely because he is the sovereign and gracious Lord that we can have real hope, help, and comfort since he is able to sympathize with us and powerfully to save us. Is this not what Scripture teaches? In the coming of Christ, the promised “age to come” has dawned and in his death and resurrection he has defeated sin, death, and the evil one and won for us our salvation (e.g. Rom 3:21-25; Col 2:13-15; Heb 2:14-15; 1 Cor 15:56-57; Rev 5). In so doing, God has demonstrated that he is utterly trustworthy, just, and good. We might not know all the mysteries of his ways, yet we do know that the truth of God’s sovereignty and goodness is beyond question.

47
The Three Things You Need to Read this Week (04/19/14)

While you all were trying to understand how pro-abortion Chelsea Clinton could refer to herself as being pregnant with a “child,” I was compiling the Three Things You Need to Read this Week:

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Resurrection Hope for a Hopeless World - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

The fact that Jesus Christ was bodily resurrected from the dead is indispensable truth to Christian knowledge, faith, witness and practice. But it is not merely a “religious fact” and nor is it received on “blind faith.” It is a publicly known fact. If someone is willing, they can go discover whether it is true or not, and literally billions from around the world -- and for more than a couple millennia now -- have done just that; they have discovered, believed and banked their life on the credibility of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead.

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The Marketing Failure of the Christ Story - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

I remember my marketing classes in college. Well, I remember the teacher more than I remember the classes. He would never look you in the eye. It was always just above the eye . . . like at your forehead. Nevermind that. In marketing I learned about markets and products. I remember talking “need in market” “lack in market” “market placement” and, not to be forgotten, ”market tolerance”. In market tolerance, we take assessment of the culture and discern whether or not the market will bear a certain product. After all, you don’t want to put something out there that will be outright rejected by the people due to some philosophical mindset which cannot entertain or absorb the product itself. For example, I would highly advise against selling T-Shirts in America which say “Osama Bin Ladin is my Homeboy.” Sorry, he is/was no one’s homeboy around here. The business would flop.

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Why I Reject Evolution (And Am Intellectually Satisfied Doing So) - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

2. I do not trust Science to know exactly what it is talking about on this issue. I am not saying that because I claim to know more, but because I really believe that human understanding is limited. I think that all that we can do is observe and make assertions based on what we think our observations are telling us. In other words, we are in 2014 and we are looking back over potentially millions of years. We are trying to figure out the meaning of what we see - or what we think we see. How do we know for sure? Many people do not believe in God because they cannot be sure and do not see direct evidence of His existence but want others to accept evolution without direct/conclusive evidence. In other words, they change the rules of the game to suit their side. To be fair, it is better to see Evolution as a rival theory to Theistic Creation rather than seeing it as fact and then seeing religion as mere faith. I get that Evolution makes sense if God is removed from the equation or if certain presuppositions are accepted or if it is your belief that that is how God created. But, I honestly think that it makes most sense when you have people looking backwards in time trying to figure out what they see but reject the idea that God could have done it or that God did not do it instantly.

51 Help Make this Pizza Cake Become a Reality
52 What Do Expiation and Propitiation Mean?
53 Answering Muslims: United States and Saudi Arabia Join Together in Arming Syrian Rebels with Missiles
54 Faithful Thinkers: Convenient Explanations
55 A Medical Description Of The Crucifixion - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
56 How resurrection shakes things up (on ABC and elsewhere)
57 The Textual Reliability of the New Testament
58 Students Bring Bibles to School in Protest After Teacher Tells 15-Year-Old She Can't Read Scripture on Campus
59 John Wesley on the Formative Reading of Scripture and Educating Children
60 http://www.ligonier.org/rym/broadcasts/video/jesus-inaugural-address-public-ministry-april-2014/
61 Weekend Apologetics Hit and Misc: Special Resurrection Edition! - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
62 Are you speaking Christianese to non-Christians? Here are ten translations to use instead
63 Answering Muslims: Birmingham Schools Discriminating against Girls and Non-Muslims
64 Can Your Kids Be Honest With You About Their Struggles with Faith?
65 Author Eric Metaxas takes stand for life
66 Is Good Friday a Myth? What 5 Ancient, Non-Christian Sources Reveal - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
67 Seven Reasons You Should Watch 'Jesus of Testimony' This Easter
68 Please, Invest in a Summit Ministries Conference - Stand to Reason Blog
69 http://erlc.com/article/video-teaching-children-about-sexuality
70 The Inevitable Consequence of an Atheistic Worldview - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
71 'God's Not Dead' Movie Soundtrack Delivers First No. 1 Single, Shane Harper's 'Hold You Up'
72 Apologetics Roundup 04/13 - 04/19
73 Answering Muslims: Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: "There Is But One God, Allah, and Muhammad Is His Messenger"
74 From Death to Life | Web Exclusives | Daily Writings From Our Top Writers | First Things
75 The tyranny of religion and the freedom of atheism - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
76 Weekend Apologetics Hit and Misc: Special Resurrection Edition! - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
77 WORLD | Bucket List Books: The best place to start philosophy | Rachel Lynn Aldrich | April 19, 2014
78 WORLD | Raining on Bart Ehrman’s Easter parade | April 19, 2014
79 The creation implication seems inescapable - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
80 Ray Comfort - HB Open Air - 140419 by Ray Comfort Live
81 Do we really need to teach apologetics in the church? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network