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State of Emergency Issued After Baltimore Erupts in Flames and Rioting; Pastor Jamal Bryant Rebukes Rioters

Republican Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency in Baltimore City Monday night and activated the National Guard as pockets of West Baltimore erupted in flames and rioters looted and clashed with police shortly after the funeral of 25-year-old Freddie Gray who died on April 19, after suffering serious injury while in police custody.

Darwin's Robots: When Evolutionary Materialists Admit that Their Own Worldview Fails

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

Transhumanist Claims Aside, Enhancing Human Intelligence Isn't on the Horizon

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These Critics of Intelligent Design Agree with Us More Than They Seem to Realize

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

Dear Grandma, Aren't You Ready to Die Yet?

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

Living Words, Killing Words | The Table: The Journal of the Biola University Center for Christian Thought

Yet, immersed in a technologically driven culture, the sheer amount of words being communicated is unprecedented. This can easily cause us to forget the power of these words. Facebook has over a billion active users worldwide and is available in more than 70 languages. If Facebook were a country, it would be the third largest in the world only lagging behind China and India. Today, users on Twitter are sending over 200 million Tweets per day or 2,315 a second. YouTube reports that over 4 billion videos are uploaded each month and that in 2011 it had more than 1 trillion views, or around 140 views for every person on earth. Internet communication produces enough information to fill seven million DVDs every hour, with annual consumption predictions for 2015 at 966 exabytes (one billion gigabytes.) To put this in perspective, a study by UC Berkeley estimates that if all the words spoken by human beings were put into text form they would take up merely five exabytes—that’s 1 billion gigabytes—and growing. Has the abundance of words caused us to ignore the power inherent in our words as we continue to add more words? If so, how can we proceed to reclaim their power?

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Why Not Gay Marriage?

But not always—sometimes when the world wants to press us into its mold we jump right in and get comfy. I care about the decisions of the Supreme Court and the laws our politicians put in place. But what’s much more important to me—because I believe it’s more crucial to the spread of the gospel, the growth of the church, and the honor of Christ—is what happens in our local congregations, our mission agencies, our denominations, our parachurch organizations, and in our educational institutions. I fear that Christians are losing the stomach for principled disagreement and the critical mind for careful reasoning. Look past the talking points. Read up on the issues. Don’t buy every slogan and don’t own every insult. The challenge before the church is to convince ourselves as much as anyone that believing the Bible does not make us bigots, just as reflecting the times does not make us relevant.

711. How Do Scientists Derive The Dates For Adam And Eve?

Dr. John Sanford explains the way scientists determine the dates they use for the time of Adam and Eve.

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Supreme Court hears arguments in same-sex marriage case: Highlights from oral arguments

John J. Bursch, who argued for the states that want same-sex marriage to be decided at the state level, said he was pleased with the way things went. He singled out questions from Kennedy, Breyer and Roberts asking about the role of the justices in deciding an issue that would otherwise be worked out by the people democratically. “Why should we, being the justices, why should the nine of us take this from the society and decide it once and for all and end the debate? Why is that our role?” he said, characterizing their apparent stance.

6 Stand to Reason | Tim Barnett

Most Christians are ill-equipped to handle themselves in discussions with Jehovah's Witnesses. JW's seem to know their stuff while most Christians don't. Most Christians know what they believe, but don't know why they believe it. This is where this two-part series comes in; it answers the the 'why'. Watch and listen as Tim Barnett graciously and respectfully walks through the reasons for believing that Jesus is Jehovah!

Study: fathers are important for the development of children's brains

I think this is important because we hear so much today that marriage can be redefined, that having one of each parent doesn’t matter, that live-in boyfriends and stepfathers have the same motivation to care for a woman’s children as the biological father does. We don’t want to make judgments, even if setting boundaries is better for children. A child’s well-being is enormously affected by the woman’s choice of biological father.  You can’t have it both ways – either we are going to judge women who choose men who don’t have the desire to commit to marriage, and do the father role, OR we are going to take things away from children by encouraging women to choose men based on “feelings” instead of abilities. Lowering moral standards and removing moral obligations  hurts children.  It sounds so nice when we tell women, “you can do whatever you feel like, and just forget about responsibilities, expectations and obligations”, but letting women be guided by their feelings harms children . My stock broker makes me feel uncomfortable because he knows more than I do, and does not respect my opinion.

How God Met Me in My Deepest Pain

It took 14 hours for the delivery to be completed. Mercifully the process went as smoothly as possible. That day in the hospital was much different from the delivery of our firstborn, Graedon. It was longer and quieter. Our room was less busy. There were fewer monitors. Notably the one measuring fetal heart rate was absent. When the moment finally arrived, only the doctor and a nurse were present. There was no assisting staff waiting to receive our baby. No pediatrician ever came to perform an initial check and monitor vitals. Most painfully, no infant cry pierced the silence of the room. The only sound was Rachel’s and my uncontrollable sobbing as we clung to each other in sadness. I called my mom to let her know Eliana had arrived. While the nurse bathed her and wrapped her in newborn blankets, the doctor finished ensuring Rachel was okay before departing to another delivery room. Soon the nurse was handing Eliana to my wife before leaving us alone to spend our only moments with our daughter on this earth.

10 Bible Verses to Uplift and Encourage You When Stressed

It is in God's Word that we can find encouraging verses to uplift us and give us hope when we are down. For anyone who is feeling the "weight of the world" on their shoulders, cast your care upon the One up above whose shoulders are big enough to carry the burden for you.

William Lane Craig On Evolution

For more resources visit: In this clip, Dr William Lane Craig answers a question from the audience about his opinion of evolution. On March 21, 2013, Dr Craig spoke at Texas A&M in College Station, Texas on the topic of faith, science and philosophy. This event was put on by the Veritas Forum which hosts university events that engage students and faculty in discussions about life's hardest questions and the relevance of Jesus Christ to all of life. The style of this talk was more like a conversation than a lecture as Dr Craig shares much of his own personal story about how he came to faith in Jesus Christ. 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:

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Famed Author’s ‘Dramatic, Born-Again Experience’ Totally Blew His Mind and Led to a Key Decision That Has Guided His Career

Eric Metaxas , a distinguished Christian thinker and author who isn’t afraid to speak his mind on both theology and key issues of the day, attributes his successful and eclectic career to a decision that he made long ago: to let God fully guide his professional path.

Adolescents’ Drinking Takes Lasting Toll on Memory

New research indicates that even moderate drinking by adolescents on a regular basis can cause potentially lasting changes to the part of the brain that affects memory.

Did Neanderthals Die Off Because They Couldn't Harness Fire?

One big difference between the Neanderthals and humans may have been modern humans' mastery of fire . Not only can it provide warmth, but fire also enables people to cook their food. This can kill bacteria, making food safer, and denature proteins, meaning the body can harness more calories from the same amount of food. In addition, Neanderthals may have required more calories to survive in the first place because they had higher average body mass. Thus, modern humans' lower food needs could have given them a decisive edge in the cold, nutritionally sparse environment of Western Europe at the time, Goldfield said.

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Nearly 200 Arrested During Baltimore Riots

The response from city officials has also been criticized by some, as TV footage showed long periods of time where no police presence was seen as stores were being looted and destroyed. Over the weekend, the city’s mayor said that their strategy for protests had been to give “those who wish to destroy space to do that as well.” She has since decried the violence and vowed to bring those responsible to justice. According to some reports , early in the afternoon, police received information that some high school students were planning to “purge” (like the movie in which lawlessness is temporarily permitted) when school let out. This morning the mayor tweeted that officials “are working to ensure that most government services can operate normally." More than 2,000 people have joined a Facebook group that seeks to unite community members in efforts to clean up the city following the destruction ...

What Not to Say to Someone Who Has Been Hurt By Church

Thank you for the courage to speak out in an excellent article and subject yourself to more Christian well-meaning but at times, misguided commentary. I, too, experienced spiritual abuse. I followed the Matthew 18 guideline in how to deal with a brother in sin and was met with a refusal to acknowledge or take responsibility for personal sin. Since it was with a pastor and there was an attitude among the leaders that pastors are God's annointed and should be protected, the other leaders refused to hold him accountable. Therefore, the way they chose to deal with the situation was to make the victim the problem. What followed were incredibly hurtful meetings. After 30 years there (many in leadership), my husband and I quietly left. Without explanation so as not be divisive. Four years later, I am still unable to attend another church. When spiritual authority that is charged by scripture to love, protect and care for the flock instead uses its authority for selfish reasons and covers sin, the affect on the victim is devastating. Church members have a right expectation to be treated fairly and lovingly.

Gospel Growth in North Myanmar

The Kachin culture has retained a story passed down through the generations. Its people heard about the creator-god who gave them a book that became lost, but would one day come back to them. In 1927, when Hanson gave the Kachin the Scriptures in Jinghpaw at a formal ceremony, they received this gift with unusual joy. Their long-held hope was realized. Since then, the gospel has spread steadily and, at times, rapidly throughout their region.

6 Ways an Interim Pastor Can Help a Church in Crisis

Personal, proactive presence by the interim pastor (with help from other leaders) initiates calm, stability and confidence within the parish. Presence and time are especially important with staff members who need reassurance that everything will eventually be fine over time. After a number of meetings (either in the parishioners’ home, the pastor’s home, restaurant, and so on), a growing sense of buoyancy should develop within the congregation, something similar to what one parishioner said privately to me after the first three months: “You know, it’s going be okay.” There is no substitute for an active, shepherding presence within a congregation and among a staff/leadership dealing with crisis.

God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: Lying vs. Honesty

Live blog: Obergefell v. Hodges

He is clearly weighing two things: the definition of marriage has been the same for "millennia" versus the fact that denying marriage to same-sex couples is an affront to their dignity (and that of the children they raise)

How Do I Know if God Wants Me to Plant a Church?

Even though I got turned down by my denominational missions agency to be a church planter (I was, after all, 20 and had no training), God still spoke to our hearts. I was up in Buffalo, New York and Donna was at home. I returned and told her when I was at Prospect Avenue and Seventh Street in Buffalo I discerned that the Lord wanted me to plant a church there.

Live blog: Obergefell v. Hodges

One very interesting aspect of the early argument was that it was primarily a set of questions about what "marriage" means as an institution, and accordingly, whether it is "irrational" or "invidious discrimination" to exclude gays and lesbians. As a consequence, you had some Justices emphasizing the "millennia long" definition of marriage as between a man and a woman, and other Justices -- like Ginsburg -- emphasizing the relatively new character of egalitarian marriage, now sponsored by the state governments, on which gays and lesbians were seeking to enter. You also had a kind of quirky historical dispute about whether ancient societies with their heterosexual definition of marriage could not be trusted (because they generally discriminated against gays and lesbians), or whether they could be, because they were generally more open to homosexuality outside the marriage context (Alito asked this question about Ancient Greece). There was a parallel line of questioning about whether bans on interracial marriage were as consistent as the "millennia long" definition of marriage as uniting a man and woman.

Live blog: Obergefell v. Hodges

One seemingly striking moment came when Justice Ginsburg spoke of how it was recent changes to the institution of marriage that made it appropriate for gay and lesbian couples -- in particular, it becoming an egalitarian institution rather than one dominated by the male partners who determined where and how the couple would live

Frank Turek Responds: Has The New Testament Been Copied Too Many Times?

Has the N.T. been copied too many times to where now we can not know what the original documents said? Frank Turek responds.

Is Obama Administration Waging War on Religious Schools?

One of the more startling portions of oral arguments today at the Supreme Court was the willingness of the Obama administration’s Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, to admit that religious schools that affirm marriage as the union of a man and a woman may lose their non-profit tax-exempt status if marriage is redefined.

How Dante Can Save Your Life

When the sensitive, bookish lad kills a squirrel and is troubled by the sight, his father scorns him and calls him a sissy. When he leaves Louisiana to seek a career, his father sees him as a traitor who has rejected the life he had planned for him. When he and his wife try to impress his family by cooking a fancy bouillabaisse, he is accused of being “uppity” and “inflicting his snooty cosmopolitan tastes on them” (19). To add insult to injury, in all three cases Ruthie sides with her father. Indeed, after Ruthie’s death Dreher learns she’s convinced her daughters that their uncle is a user who cares only about himself and his career and is fundamentally disloyal to his family.

Seeking Justice and Mercy from Ferguson to New York

Watch Alex Medina, Cecil Smith, Bethany Jenkins, K. Edward Copeland, Robert Lang at our 2105 National Conference in Orlando, Florida. For more resources visit

Renewing Your Mind | Theology of Glory to the Holy One, Part 1 | April 28, 2015

All study of Scripture and theology is done with the aim of worshiping God in spirit and in truth. In worshiping God, we pursue the God who is beautiful and true, and so we must have a concern for expressing the beauty and truth of the Lord in our worship. Glory to the Holy One is a new album of sacred music for the church by R.C. Sproul and Jeff Lippencott, and in this special interview, Dr. Sproul explains the reasons for this project, the importance of music in the church, the way music can testify to biblical truth, and much more.

Could religious institutions lose tax-exempt status over Supreme Court’s gay marriage case?

During oral arguments, Justice Samuel Alito compared the case to that of Bob Jones University, a fundamentalist Christian university in South Carolina. The Supreme Court ruled in 1983 the school was not entitled to a tax-exempt status if it barred interracial marriage.

The Horror of Canaanite Children's "Family" Life

Although this post neither addresses the Lord’s motive for taking the life of the Canaanite children nor the fairness of it, before we get into those things, we need to understand the context. This, too, is sad to read, but we must not imagine Canaanite children as being in any kind of a normal home by Western standards, or even most Ancient Near Eastern family standards. Canaanite childhood wasn’t a fun Brady Bunch or Modern Family existence: it was horrific.

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Pray for Nepal

Saturday afternoon was a dark hour for the people of Nepal. The 7.9 earthquake struck hard, turning houses into dust in seconds. Historical monuments and some ancient temples were leveled to the ground. The highways were badly damaged.

The Fact of the Matter That is Baltimore | RedState

I think there are partisan points to make, but I prefer not to make them here. I think there are political points to make, but I prefer in this not to make them. My heart just breaks for those people — for the people who feel the need to riot, for those who would cheer them on, and for the actual victims whose property and, in some cases, lives are destroyed. My heart breaks for the loss of trust, the loss of life, the loss of property, and the loss of community. My heart breaks knowing that in some cases there never was trust or life or community.

Scholars Agree: Luke and Acts are History | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes

The dominant view today, earlier argued by such Lukan scholars as Martin Dibelius and Henry Cadbury, is that Acts is a work of ancient historiography. As Johnson notes in the Anchor Bible Dictionary, "The reasons for regarding Luke-Acts as a History are obvious and, to most scholars, compelling: One sampling of recent proposals concerning Acts genre is instructive: two proponents for Acts as a novel, two for epic, four for biography, and ten for various kinds of history. More examples could be listed in each category, but the sampling is nevertheless helpful for getting a sense of proportion: even in a list emphasizing the diversity of proposals, history appears five times as often as the novel and, together with biography, seven times as often as the novel. A similar sampling finds history the most common proposal, with eight examples, and biography the second most common, with two examples, and lists five examples of all other genre proposals put together. Many scholars most conversant in ancient historiography would also concur with Hengel and Schwemer that those who deny Acts as acceptable first-century historiography need to read more ancient historiography "and less hypercritical and scholastic secondary literature.

2015 Baptist21 Panel

Every year issues come up in the SBC and evangelicalism at-large that prove to be both controversial and divisive. With opinions on both sides of the issues, pastors and church leaders are left to wade through the wreckage and decide how to lead their people. Baptist21 is excited to once again host a lunch panel at this year’s SBC where we bring together some of the leading voices in Southern Baptist life to talk openly about these issues.

Apologetics Curriculum - Apologetics Lessons for Youth and Adults

I remember searching high and low for a curriculum that’s easy to teach. Something that focuses on the essentials of the faith—not someone’s economic views or debates about the age of the earth. Something that wouldn’t scare people off with a lot of technical, philosophical terms. I needed something my group could really get. That’s why I finally created this:

Desperately Seeking Womanhood: Bruce Jenner & Masculine Inferiority

Both men and women embrace transgenderism. But the stories presently grabbing the headlines are of men trying to become women. This should catch the attention of alert cultural observers (shades of Dave Barry in this last phrase). There is a narrative at play here that is bigger than a mere desire to change the body. Manhood has been demeaned as an institution for decades now. Men are seen as inferior to women, less mature than women, ignoble, stupid, less relationally skilled, and less evolved. In such a context, it begins to make sense for men to want to be women. The church cannot affirm this behavior based on unbiblical thinking–not by a country mile.

Bloods, Crips and Black Guerilla Family Gangs Threaten to 'Take Out' Police in Baltimore as Freddie Gray Is Laid to Rest, Authorities Say

The Baltimore Police Department's Criminal Intelligence Unit said Monday that law enforcement have received a "credible threat" that members from the Black Guerilla Family, Bloods, and Crips gangs are threatening to "take out" police on the same day that Freddie Gray is laid to rest.

9 Things You Should Know About Same-Sex Marriage

(Note: When this is posted to social media it is inevitable that even before reading the article someone will respond by saying, “The first thing you should know is that ‘same-sex marriage’ isn’t marriage.” Allow me to beat them to the punch by saying that I completely agree. Marriage between people of the same-sex is an ontological and metaphysical impossibility and such relationships are a poor simulacrum of the creational norm and the institution created by God. However, while the term “same-sex marriage” is a misnomer it gets tedious putting scare quotes around the phrase. The use of the term marriage to refer to same-sex unions throughout this article is a mere concession of form and should in no way be taken as an admission I believe them to truly be marital unions.)  

10 People Who Are at Every Christian Conference

Their first words upon entering the conference is this phrase, directed to a volunteer: “Excuse me, what’s the Wi-Fi password?” With their array of gadgets, they planned on getting involved in every hashtag discussion, posting live Tumblr updates, streaming a Meercat feed and uploading YouTube videos, but unfortunately, they spend most of their time hunting for a place to plug in their eight devices, which are constantly in need of recharging.

Innovative Apologetics: New Apologetics Book 'Defeating Relativism, Subjectivism, and Self-Refuting Statements'

Is Christian Ministry Rehab or Rescue?

Some great evangelists and missionaries have viewed their ministry as rescuing people from the sinking ship of the world. The boat is going down and our job is to save as many as we can from going down with it. “The world is passing away, but whoever does the will of God abides forever” (1 John 2:17).

When Doubt Is More than Just a Season

Before I moved to Texas and the Lord revealed the gospel to me, I experienced an extended time of doubt. I began by doubting small things: the necessity of church, inerrancy of Scripture, and more; these questions led me to doubt my salvation and the very existence of God. I rarely spoke of the churning within my soul, but when I did, the response was often some variation of, “It’ll get better.”

ISIS Militants Go Undercover as Gay Men Tricking Homosexuals Into Execution; Photos Show Jihadi Fighters Hugging Captives Before Their Stonings

Islamic State militants have devised a twisted way of getting homosexual Shariah violators to reveal themselves for execution, as extremist fighters in Syria have reportedly been posing as homosexuals to lure gay men into opening up about their sexual preference only to arrest and execute them.

Is the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife a Fake?

[…] Before her presentation, Karen King, ever the diligent scholar, had the Coptic papyrus reviewed by esteemed Coptic scholars Roger Bagnall and AnneMarie Luijendijk, whose academic credentials and reputations are above reproach, and neither found reason to find it fraudulent. The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife is approximately 1.5 x 3 inches. The inscription side contains eight lines of “unpracticed, messy” Sahidic Coptic. The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife was scheduled to be published in the prestigious Harvard Theological Review (HTR) in 2012. However, due to the questions surrounding the papyrus fragment’s authenticity, the journal delayed the article until more testing could be completed. Many of these questions originated from Brown University professor of Egyptology and Assyriology Leo Depuydt, who claimed “It stinks!” only moments after viewing a photograph of the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife. HTR finally published a revised copy of Karen King’s paper, along with several articles on the Coptic papyrus in the April 2014 issue—including an article from Leo Depuydt claiming that the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife is a fake READ MORE: http://www.

Is ‘White Privilege’ an Unbiblical Term?

Litfin proposes five reasons why he believes the term is “intended to address an important topic” yet isn’t biblical enough to be effective because it is “taken straight from a radical and divisive secular agenda.” “The problem is, the term itself is inflammatory, so the real topic goes unheard because of the offense,” he wrote, concluding, “Why employ terms that divide the body of Christ? As students of God’s Word, let us draw our terminology from the Bible, not the wisdom of man.”

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Hyper-Headship and the Scandal of Domestic Abuse in the Church

We, the council of elders at Bethlehem Baptist Church, are resolved to root out all forms of domestic abuse (mental, emotional, physical, and sexual) in our midst. This destructive way of relating to a spouse is a satanic distortion of Christ-like male leadership because it defaces the depiction of Christ’s love for his bride. The shepherds of Bethlehem stand at the ready to protect the abused, call abusers to repentance, discipline the unrepentant, and hold up high the stunning picture of how much Christ loves his church.

51 Counseling Services and Referrals
52 Women in Their Twenties are Having Fewer Kids Than Ever
53 The ISIS Humanitarian Disaster
54 Rogier van der Weyden: John the Baptist
55 Getting Brutally Honest with God
56 Robert H. Schuller's Daughter Starts GoFundMe Campaign to Pay for Late-Pastor's Funeral, Legacy Website
57 Interview with New Testament Scholar Dr. Craig Evans: Is the Bible Reliable? -
58 Tony Blair Says Islamic Extremism Is a 'Poison' That 'Must Be Eradicated' or Slaughter of Christians Will Continue
59 WORLD | There’s hope for Freddie Gray’s family and Baltimore | Jarvis J. Williams | April 28, 2015
60 Sweet Dog Gets Jealous of a Piglet Who's Been Getting All the Attention and Cuddles
61 World Leaders Meet at Vatican to Discuss Climate Change
62 Why Suffering? by Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale
63 Crossway on Twitter
64 'God Proved to the World That What Was Being Said Was a Lie;' Fiancée of First US Ebola Victim Blasts Media; Says Quarantine 'Ruined Her Life'
66 Burnt Easy Mac Causes Evacuation of Iowa Capitol Building
67 Nepal Earthquake Collapses Churches during Weekly Worship Services
68 The First Question in Discussing the Existence of God
69 Christian Print Shop Owners Have Constitutional Right Not to Print Gay Pride T-Shirts, Kentucky Court Rules
70 Wisdom Literature in the Bible
71 Gregg Matte on Twitter
72 WORLD | Another signpost on the road to destruction | Cal Thomas | April 28, 2015
73 Faithful Thinkers: Book Review: Origins of Life: Biblical and Evolutionary Models Face Off
74 "You're Only a Christian Because You Were Born in the U.S." How Did I Respond?
75 Spring Conference
76 The Atlantic on Twitter
77 Why Did People Have Shorter Lives After the Flood?
78 What to Expect After the Supreme Court’s Marriage Decision
79 John Stonestreet on Twitter
80 Crossway on Twitter
81 Watch Barney Invade the ‘Jurassic World’ Trailer
82 WORLD | Nigerian forces free hundreds of Boko Haram captives | Leigh Jones | April 28, 2015
83 WORLD | Abortion advocates protest new Louisiana health regulations | Courtney Crandell | April 28, 2015
84 Audio of Supreme Court same-sex marriage case
85 The "Mistborn Trilogy" by Brandon Sanderson- Religion(s), Intrigue, and a Messiah
86 WORLD | Diversity Night at the local elementary school | Andrée Seu Peterson | April 28, 2015
87 WORLD | Professor, author discusses the question: Can you be gay and Christian? | Joseph Slife | April 28, 2015
88 Answers in Genesis on Twitter
89 The Ad Hominem Fallacy