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Hegel's Deity: How Evolution Gave Us Postmodernism, Deconstructionism, and Political Correctness

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Jack Graham, Megachurch Pastor and Former SBC President, Set to Lead Nation in Prayer on May 7

Jack Graham, pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church and former two-term president of the Southern Baptist Convention, is preparing to lead the nation in prayer on May 7 in Washington, D.C. as honorary chair of the 64th annual National Day of Prayer.

This Police Officer Went Above and Beyond the Call of Duty to Protect and Serve

Homelessness is a huge problem in the U.S. as one in 45 people will experience homelessness every year. In this case a family from Alaska was living from their car and a police officer approached them. Instead of telling them to leave, he does something incredible.

WORLD | Beyond the Mask | Megan Basham | April 4, 2015

There’s a lot Christian families will love about Beyond the Mask, a Christian-produced action/adventure that gives classics like Zorro and the Lone Ranger

The Easter Story Told Through This Beautiful Version of 'Hallelujah'!

Singer-songwriter, Kelley Mooney, was asked to perform Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" in church and she agreed. A spiritual lyrical adaption of this hymn, that is perfect for the holidays.

Richard Carrier debates Mark Goodacre: Did Jesus exist?

It's April Fools today, and I have an April Fool for you - his name is Richard Carrier. Debate topic: Richard Carrier is the world's foremost proponent of the "mythicist" view of Jesus - that he ne...

Quite Possibly the Cutest 29 Second Film Ever -- These Twin Babies Are Adorable!

This footage of these adorable twins dancing is priceless. About half a minute long, and these two babies are non-stop smiling along with cute dance moves.

In Biology as in Technology, Similarities Do Not Prove the Absence of Intelligent Design

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Another Paper with the Imprimatur of the National Academy of Sciences Glosses Over the Cambrian Explosion with Verbiage

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

What Should Politicians Say When Asked About Evolution?

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

The Deadline for Summer Seminar Applications Is Less than a Week Away -- Please Help Support Our Students!

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Why Did Jesus Send Mary? 'A.D. The Bible Continues' Star Chipo Chung Talks Role as 'the Apostle of the Apostles'

Mary Magdalene has been presented by both the church and popular culture as either a prostitute or as Christ's love interest, although the Bible shows that she was neither. Chipo Chung, the Zimbabwean British actress taking on the iconic role in "A.D. The Bible Continues," recently gave her take on one of Jesus' most noted female followers.

These Teenagers Form a Circle and One by One Praise Jesus!

These teens took some time out of their busy lives, and decided to have a little fun. While doing so, they reflect on Jesus in an exciting way!

Hey, "These Sequences May Not Be Junk, After All"! Nature and Heredity Report Function for Non-Coding DNA

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British PM David Cameron Says 'Christian Message Is the Bedrock of a Good Society;' Critics Say PM's Easter Column Is an Attempt to 'Woo Christians' Ahead of May 7 Elections

British Prime Minister David Cameron has written an Easter Message where he said that even though he can't call himself a "model church-going, God-fearing Christian," he relies strongly on his faith, and believes that Christianity is "the bedrock of a good society."

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The Briefing 04-02-15

1) Separation of powers threatened by increasing influence of Supreme Court

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Died: Robert Schuller, Forerunner of the Seeker-Sensitive Movement

Today, the emerging church has familiarized us with services in coffee shops and bars. But nobody in 1955 saw the future of holding a service in a drive-in theater. Schuller pulled the family organ on-site every Sunday morning in a trailer, and Arvella would play hymns while Schuller preached from the top of the snack bar. An A-frame ladder enclosing a wooden cross was propped up behind him, thus church-ifying the space. "Worship as you are in the family car," fliers suggested. Forty-six cars came the first Sunday.

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Should we fear mass murder more from Christians or from secular leftists?

During the ultra-left period of forcible collectivisation and the Five Year Plan in Four an attempt was made to liquidate the Church and its influence by government decree. Starting in 1929 churches were forcibly closed and priests arrested and exiled all over the Soviet Union. The celebrated Shrine of the Iberian Virgin in Moscow – esteemed by believers to be the “holiest” in all Russia was demolished – Stalin and his Government were not afraid of strengthening religious fanaticism by wounding the feelings of believers as Lenin and Trotsky had been! Religion, they believed, could be liquidated, like the kulak, by a stroke of the pen. The Society of Militant Atheists, under Stalin’s orders, issued on May 15th 1932, the “Five Year Plan of Atheism” – by May 1st 1937, such as the “Plan”, “not a single house of prayer shall remain in the territory of the USSR, and the very concept of God must be banished from the Soviet Union as a survival of the Middle Ages and an instrument for the oppression of the working masses.”!

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The Unexpected Defenders: Meet the Women Apologists

But as she continued talking to her coach and reading works of apologetics—including N. T. Wright’s defense of the Resurrection—Ordway confessed faith in Christ. Now she finds herself in another new country, directing the master in apologetics (MAA) program at Houston Baptist University (HBU), a small liberal arts college in the heart of the nation’s energy capital. There, she is among a burgeoning group of women who are reshaping apologetics in the West.

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Here’s the Best Prediction Yet of How Christianity and Islam Will Change Worldwide by 2050

“On-the-ground contacts in China and India consistently report that Christianity is growing due to conversions, and many of these Christians are organized in ‘underground’ or secret communities,” CSGC said. That explains why CSGC’s projection for the number of Christians in both China and India in 2050 is 330 million, compared to Pew’s projection of 108 million.

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Renewing Your Mind | The Cup of Wrath | April 2, 2015

In a day and age when people view God's love as incompatible with divine justice, the events of Maundy Thursday remind us that Jesus saw His crucifixion as a manifestation of divine justice rooted in the love of God for His people. Jesus pleaded with the Father to have this cup of wrath taken from Him if there was another way to save His people, but in the end He resolved to drink it, for He knew that it was the Father's will (Matt. 26:36–46). Listen as Dr. R.C. Sproul explores God's justice from a biblical perspective and shows how Maundy Thursday reveals the purpose of Christ's atonement.

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WORLD | Death toll up to 147 in Kenyan university attack | Moses Wasamu | April 2, 2015

Meanwhile, Kenyan security agencies have offered a $22,000 (20 million Kenyan shillings) reward for information on an al-Shabaab terror suspect allegedly behind the Garissa University attack. The authorities have circulated a picture of Mohamed Mohamud, aka Dulyadin or Gamadheere, on suspicion he masterminded the attack. He is said to be a former teacher and principal at an Islamic school in Garissa.

9 An Illustration to Help Reconcile God’s Sovereignty with Evil - Stand to Reason Blog

Leaving aside the issue that something unpleasant that happens in a fallen world should not necessarily be equated with evil, though there is perhaps a causal relationship in federal headship, it occurs to me that sin distorts our ability to understand by generating manifold ethical dilemmas. It serves the purpose, however, of forcing us to either rely on our ability to navigate them all in order to understand God or to understand God by trusting him in the midst of the confusion. I suggest that only the latter is truly possible though the former should be pursued secondarily.

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Black holes don’t erase information, scientists say

Shred a document, and you can piece it back together. But send information into a black hole, and it's lost forever. A new study finds that -- contrary to what some physicists have argued for the years -- information is not lost once it has entered a black hole. The research presents explicit calculations showing how information is, in fact, preserved.

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Was "Earliest Musical Instrument" Just a Chewed-Up Bone?

A bear bone found at the Divje Babe site in Slovenia was thought to be an ancient musical instrument made by Neanderthals, but new research suggests its holes were made by the teeth of animals.

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http://utmost.org/the-glory-that’s-unsurpassed/

The lasting characteristic of a spiritual man is the ability to understand correctly the meaning of the Lord Jesus Christ in his life, and the ability to explain the purposes of God to others. The overruling passion of his life is Jesus Christ. Whenever you see this quality in a person, you get the feeling that he is truly a man after God’s own heart (see  Acts 13:22 ).

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World's Muslim Population Will Surpass Christians This Century, Pew Says

Islam is growing more rapidly than any other religion in the world, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center that says the religion will nearly equal Christianity by 2050 before eclipsing it around 2070, if current trends continue.

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What's Wrong with Indiana 'Fix’ on Religious Liberty Law

The “fix” is bad public policy that explicitly exempts sexual orientation and gender identity laws from the Religious Freedom Restoration Act except with respect to a narrow class of nonprofit religious organizations and their agents. The “fix” specifically targets the millions of other religious Americans who wish to live their lives in accordance with their faith values, free from government coercion.

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The Quran, the Bible, and the Islamic Dilemma

http://www.answeringmuslims.com The Quran affirms the inspiration, preservation, and authority of the Christian scriptures (including the Torah and the Gospel). Yet the Quran contradicts the Christian scriptures on fundamental doctrines (e.g., Jesus' death, resurrection, and deity). By affirming scriptures that contradict Islam, the Quran self-destructs.

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Ed Schultz yells at guest Ryan Anderson, then cuts his mic

Ed Schultz Yells at Guest Ryan Anderson over Indiana Then Cuts Off His Mic | FULL VIDEO

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Josh McDowell on Twitter

For years I've talked about the resurrection; it's the crux of our faith. #TBT Learn more: http://ow.ly/IzdKU  pic.twitter.com/sYT1XIZ5Yh

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Death Has Been Swallowed Up by Death

Second, and derivative from the biblical language about Jesus’s death, are the authority of the creeds and the importance of the history of doctrine. Two of the three ecumenical creeds affirm this doctrine, and the early church theologians all discuss Jesus’s descent to the dead and see great importance in it. We cannot simply throw out creedal language and ignore the history of doctrine. That is our heritage and, to the extent that it is faithful to the biblical witness, it is authoritative for us. In my judgment “he descended to the dead” recognizes an important biblical teaching, namely that in his death, and specifically in his prolonged state of death, Jesus gains victory and frees those united with him from death’s grip.

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Letter From Hank - Christian Research Institute

Since we were converted a new sense of righteousness has been developed in us, with the result that we, too, are quite rightly, occupied with the question of good and evil. But have we realized that for us the starting point is a different one? Christ is for us the Tree of life. We do not begin from the matter of ethical right and wrong. We do not start from that other tree. We begin from him; and the whole question is one of Life. – Watchman Nee

21 RFRA Reaction Is Driven by Agenda, Not Principle - Stand to Reason Blog

Fu, I'm not sure there's any one answer that covers every situation, but I will say this in general: I agree with Luther that to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. Paul, also, stresses the importance of conscience and cautions us not to engage in anything we're not convinced about—that is, anything that we can't do to the glory of God ("Each person must be fully convinced in his own mind"). He even applies this to people who are refraining from doing things that, in reality, it's okay for them to do. Going against your conscience damages your conscience. It also means you're not "doing all for the glory of God" because you're not convinced what you're doing brings glory to God. This is why I'm strongly against forcing any person, regardless of his beliefs, to violate his conscience. RFRA is meant to respect this truth about human beings.

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A Protestant's Passion for the Virtues of Thomas

Perhaps this is the real issue in current debates about marriage. Robert George has pointed out that no fault divorce was the real watershed in the recent legal history of the institution. That changed marriage from a relationship of lifelong commitment to that of a temporary, dispensable, sentimental bond. Yet if we look at this through the lens of Thomas's distinctions, we can see that no fault divorce presupposes a prior definition of love as primarily passion, not virtue. Thus,  it is arguably not the redefinition of marriage but the redefinition of love which is the real problem underlying society’s current moral malaise. And that redefinition has much wider and more sinister implications. Indeed, as Thomas’s taxonomy helps us to see, it strikes at the very heart of what we consider virtue to be. 

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RZIM Summer Institute

For the RZIM Summer Institute, we bring together our most highly acclaimed speakers, as well as an outstanding group of adjuncts.

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Absolute Truth in an Upside Down World

In a moment of misguided sincerity, my baby boy needed absolute truth. And contrary to popular belief, absolute truth is what we all need. As Proverbs 14:12 warns, “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death.” No doubt the person in this proverb is sincere in his beliefs. He may even think he’s doing what’s best for himself, his family, his country. Unfortunately, though, sincerity by itself is never an accurate indicator of right and wrong. Many of the decisions we make—both individually and collectively—that we think are good are ultimately leading us down pathways of destruction. In fact, many of us deceive ourselves by assuming our thinking is wise—or, as we sometimes express it, “enlightened” or “evolved.” The apostle Paul counters:

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Amy Carmichael

The good news is you don’t need to wait for the little child in Sunday school to grow up. You likely already have an Amy Carmichael in the pew. How about that awkward senior citizen who makes you blush in shame when you see her energy? You’ve got an Amy Carmichael. She ran around the mission in Dohnavur at such speed the children nicknamed her “The Hare.” Is there someone in your congregation who takes on the dirty jobs, not the noticeable ones? You’ve got an Amy Carmichael. She cut “the toenails of a thousand children” with a greater hope in view—to “adore his beauty and his holiness.” Do you know someone with a flair for saying the right words and also the wrong ones? You’ve got an Amy Carmichael—she rubbed people the wrong way but also touched souls with her life.

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When True Love Keeps Waiting

At 15, I took a vow of celibacy, “True Love Waits.” I stood in front my church, alongside teens who’d betrayed that promise before it began—including a girlfriend who (I later learned) was secretly having sex and my high school crush, who’d proudly told me he’d hooked up with a girl at church camp.

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Meet the World’s Most Charming Easter Candy, Benedict Chocobatch

A team at UKTV melted down 500 Belgian chocolate candy bars to create this life-sized edible statue of Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch, just in time for Easter. The giant piece of Easter candy—obviously named Benedict Chocobatch—is part of a promotion for the launch of the network’s new streaming channel this week. This is a much better alternative to those lame hollow bunnies most of us get in our Easter baskets ...

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Evangelical Churches Are Failing to Teach Kids How to Defend the Bible's Truth Against Christian Left Theology, Says 'Distorted' Author Chelsen Vicari

Although Vicari rediscovered her Christian conservative principles after going to the evangelical Regent University for graduate school, she said many other young Evangelicals are dealing with their own hardships as they are being called "homophobic" and "bigots" when promoting the Bible's teachings on highly contested social issues. She added that young Evangelicals are more likely to buy into the Christian left's notion that, if they want to be "compassionate" like Jesus, they need to be more accommodating and compromising on same-sex relationships and abortion.

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Psalms

Sandra McCracken is a singer, songwriter and producer from Nashville, TN. Over the course of eight critically acclaimed studio albums, Sandra has developed a body of work that encompasses hook-driven melodic pop, No Depression-style Americana, contemporary recastings of classic hymns, and even children's music as part of the Nashville alt-folk super-group Rain For Roots.

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Don't Waste Your Spike: Easter Attendance, Effective Follow Up, and Your Church

Many of those guests will not know know you, your church, or the gospel. As such, your church should be, right now, getting "ready for company." If you are having new people over, you make sure everything is ready. Lots of churches will have company on Sunday and churches of all sizes are getting ready. But if your focus is entirely on the service, you will completely miss out on assimilation.

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Christian Pizza Shop Owners 'in Hiding' Amid Death Threats, Close Doors After Indiana HS Coach Threatens to Torch Pizzeria for Saying They 'Won't Cater Gay Weddings'

A high school golf coach in Indiana has been suspended after she threatened to burn down a local pizzeria when she heard its Christian owners say earlier this week that they'd refuse to cater gay weddings if asked to do so. The pizza shop has temporarily closed amid safety concerns after its owners received death threats this week.

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The Greatest Prayer in the World (Maundy Thursday)

It is Thursday, the night before Jesus’s crucifixion. This evening has been laden with teaching (John 13–17), shocking with foot-washing by the greatest for the least (John 13:3–20), epoch-making with the institution of the Lord’s Supper (Matthew 26:20–30; Mark 14:17–26; Luke 22:14–20), and pivotal with the departure of Judas (John 13:30).

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How Not to Listen to the New Sufjan Stevens Album

Sufjan Stevens released his studio album Carrie and Lowell this week. It’s a record inspired primarily by the death of his estranged mother several years ago. As such, it’s raw, beautiful, and delicate. This is Stevens’s fifth proper album, but the prolific Brooklyn-based artist has been making folk, rock, electronic, and neoclassical music for 15 years, music that’s always informed by his Christian faith, even if not always explicitly so.

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R.C. Sproul Jr. on Twitter

#tbt #forwardtoHisreturn I am the resurrection & the life.; he that believes in Me, though he die yet shall he live. pic.twitter.com/4yEvF9G5hV

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RZIM Summer Institute

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Indiana Shows the Left Has No Concept of Freedom

To be sure, the concept of freedom was damaged long ago. The whole reason the new religious freedom laws are necessary is because the ever-expanding power of the state has built up so many controls that already interfere with every little aspect of life. (The original, federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act was passed in response to a court case involving drug laws.) So the laws inevitably clash with citizens’ private judgment and personal convictions in myriad ways. And these new laws are not even an absolute protection against that interference. They simply specify that the state has to have what a judge thinks is a really, really good reason to push private citizens around, and it has to avoid pushing them around any more than the judge feels it really needs to. This is still just trying to carve out a wider range of approved dissent within the context of total state control of human life.

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The Final Days of Jesus: Thursday

To continue through the week, follow the link below for Friday: vimeo.com/89429101

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Gov. Hutchinson Signs Amended Version Of Religion Bill, Now SB 975

LITTLE ROCK (KFSM) -Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed a new “Religious Freedom Restoration Act” (RFRA) bill on Thursday afternoon (April 2).

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Are There Thorns and Thistles in Landscaping?

I would like to believe that my work reflects a couple of the aspects of God's work. I consider myself to be a combination of a providential and a creative worker. I started the company four years ago, after losing my job. I had almost 20 years of experience in the golf course turf management industry. After a lot of thought and prayer with my wife, we decided that starting my own lawn and landscape company was something that I had always wanted to do and that God was now giving me that opportunity. I get to be creative in my landscape designs, and creating lawns and landscapes that people love brings me much joy. I strive each and every day to honor the Lord through the gifts that he has blessed me with.

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Tale of Two Friends

Both friends heard it the first time straight from Jesus’s mouth when he taught his friends to pray, “Our Father in heaven. . . . Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil” (Matt. 6:9, 13). One of the friends would have been particularly wise to heed Jesus’s warning, “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. . . . No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and money” (Matt. 6:21). The other friend would have been particularly wise to ponder Jesus’s question, “Why do you see the speck that is in your brother’s eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye?” (Matt. 7:3). Both friends would ultimately be cut to the core by Jesus’s command, “Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many. For the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few” (Matt.

41 Refusing to Serve Individuals vs. Refusing to Participate in Events - Stand to Reason Blog

The huge current uproar over RFRA makes a mockery of any suggestion that people who identify as homosexual today face any serious, widespread deprivations comparable to those endured by blacks which prompted the real civil rights movement. It makes it ridiculous to claim that same-sex couples will have too hard a time finding someone to serve their weddings, and that therefore it is necessary to override (genuinely Constitutional) considerations of conscience. It is much more reasonable to see this vociferous opposition to RFRA more as serving the plainly vindictive purposes expressed in John Moore's comment.

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WORLD | Indiana governor signs RFRA ‘fix’ | Daniel James Devine | April 2, 2015

In a call with reporters today, a legal expert from The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty said the language of the amendment, announced Thursday morning, would potentially expose ministers, Mennonites, and other religious people to fines or jail time for refusing to violate their beliefs. 

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What to Ask Before You Get Offended

It seems every stream of Christianity has its particular sin they like to harp on. For Fundamentalists, it's "bitterness." For charismatics, it's "being offended." For this article, I was surprised so many tropes and shallow arguments were used by the author that I've heard before... Arguments that silence victims of church abuse, arguments that sound biblical but in effect only allow oppression and injustice in our church culture to continue. "Not my circus" was used in the Mars Hill fiasco; celebrity after celebrity, from John Piper on down, refused to acknowledge or recognize how Driscoll had disqualified himself from ministry. Even though I'm in South Carolina, that issue affected me because I'm a part of the global Body of Christ, and it dismayed me to see American Christianity valued popularity and charisma over biblical standards and honesty.

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Daniel Slavich seeks cross-cultural reconciliation in South Florida

In March 2009, Slavich began serving as lead pastor of Pembroke Road Baptist Church in Miramar, Florida, located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Pembroke Road was a 50-year-old church in decline when Slavich arrived. The area around the church was “transitioning from an emerging white suburb to a lower-income minority community,” he said, and this affected the decline of the church.

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Lee Strobel Talks About the Resurrection

A: Yes, Nov. 8, 1981. I had gone to church with Leslie that day. I can’t remember anything that was said, but I came home and I just felt like after a year and nine months of looking at the evidence from science and history, and especially the resurrection, that I needed to reach a verdict. As I wrote page after page of evidence on my yellow legal pad, I just put down my pen and said, “Wait a second, it’s going to take more faith to maintain my atheism than to become a Christian,” because the evidence, I believed, was that strong. So that’s when I concluded the resurrection was true. I read John 1:12, which says that “as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe on His name.” I didn’t just believe it, but I repented of my sin and received His free gift of forgiveness and eternal life, and became a child of God. And my life began to change.

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Crossway on Twitter

Cool stuff about the new http://Crossway.org  : a clean interface, a new blog, new easy-to-use search tools. & more! pic.twitter.com/Zhxd96OlMS

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SBTS @ TGC

Alumni and prospective students are invited to a Late Night event with R. Albert Mohler Jr., Russell Moore, H.B. Charles, Miguel Núñez, and more. The panel discussion will focus on how God’s work to come impacts our work today. Doors open at 9pm and the event will begin at 9:30. We will be giving away a $5,000 scholarship at the Late Night event. Tickets for the late night event can be picked up at the SBTS booth.

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Transsexual Crusades Against Reassignment Surgery

In an essay published April 1, Walt Heyer offers a chilling autobiographical account of abuse and gender confusion, sexual reassignment surgery, a short reprieve from anxiety and eventually deep regret at his decision. Heyer, now 74 years old and married to his wife for 18 years, spends his energy raising public awareness of the tragic consequences of gender reassignment.

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Kenya attack: Garissa University assault 'leaves 70 dead'

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Sitting, Waiting, and Hoping in the Tomb of Jesus

A medieval theologian, Anselm, once described the kind of faith that comes with Saturday— fides quaerens intellectum : “faith seeking understanding.” By that, he meant that faith isn’t something that arises after moments of understanding. Rather, faith is something that you cling to when understanding and reason lay dead. We don’t believe once we understand it—we believe in order to understand it. Saturday’s like that: offering a day of waiting, a day of ambiguity, a day when God is sovereign even if our ideas and theologies and expectations about him are not. It is the day that our ignorance is our witness and our proclamation. Truth is, our intellect will always be one step behind in our love of God. We don’t love God once we understand him; we love God in order to understand him.

51 Easter Sunday
52 Westminster Missions Conference
53 Bob Odenkirk and David Cross Are Creating a New Sketch Comedy Show for Netflix
54 Religious Liberty and the Left’s End Game, by Andrew Walker, National Review
55 False Claims in the Popular Press
56 One Graphic that Explains How RFRA Works | The Stream
57 Bishop Heather Cook Pleads Not Guilty to Deadly Hit-And-Run; Family of Dead Cyclist Say They're 'Disappointed'
58 10 Summer Blockbusters We’re Actually Looking Forward to
59 Pakistan Indicts 16 Christians for Killing Two Church-Bombing Suspects; 90 Injured Churchgoers in Critical Condition
60 Tim Cook, Religious Freedom, & Diversity
61 For $400 Trendy New Clinic in Maryland Promises to Make Abortion a 'Spa-Like' Experience
62 The Eclipse of Religious Liberty
63 O Great Redeemer by Doxology
64 Mind of the Maker | Warp and Woof | Writings of Dr. Mark Eckel
65 What About People Who Don't Believe in Christ?
66 If Evolution Is True, Does That Disprove God?
67 Hope for Uganda’s West Nile Region
68 Apologetics Press - Informaci�n Adicional No Equivale a Contradicci�n
69 Report: Protections to Be Added to Controversial ‘Religious Freedom Restoration’ Bill
70 The Hornchurch Passion Play 2015
71 Apr 25 seminar with Paul Copan + Fellows applications
72 Crossway on Twitter
73 Catalyst on Twitter
74 Is Atheism Winning?
75 3 Gay Marriage Supporters Who Still Support Religious Freedom
76 687. Why Are Many Women Not Engaged In Apologetics?
77 Graduate Package - Christian Research Institute
78 For the Church: Singing Heavy is Our Savior's Cross
79 Crossway on Twitter
80 Origins of a Tropical Island II: The Long Road from Lava to Colonization
81 ISIS Claims Using Child Executioners Is Justified by Muhammad's Teachings on the Muslim Way of Life
82 What Ought We Make of the Word "Proof?"