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

'A.D. The Bible Continues' Touts Diverse Cast — and 'This Isn't Token Diversity,' Creators Say

Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, creators of "A.D. The Bible Continues," have not shied away from pointing out that their new miniseries includes an "accomplished cast hailing from more than 10 different nations." But that is because the couple has also acknowledged that they "could have done a better job in hiring a diverse cast" for their 2013 ratings blockbuster, "The Bible."

A Woman's Unusual Donor Request Convinces This Man to Save Her Life

This young mother of a 2-year-old son, knew she couldn't let her son live a life without her. When she realized she was slowly dying each day, she knew she had to do something.

Homeless People Read Mean Tweets to Shed Light on Social Problems

Homelessness is tragic issue that affects so many. When you are comfortable, warm and cozy in your house it's easy to forget or look down on those who aren't. In this video, homeless people are given a tablet and read over tweets people have wrote about them.

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Tim Cook Doesn’t Care About Diversity, Let Alone Religious Freedom

Recently I was asked to speak to a civic organization on the topic of diversity. Diversity, in the current vernacular anyway, is one of those concepts that defies a simple definition. I was looking over my notes beforehand in Starbucks trying to think of concrete examples when I saw a poster in the storefront encouraging people to apply for employment with the franchise. It read:

If an actual infinite doesn't exist, then how can God exist? - This is part of the "Defending the Cosmological Argument" series. Table of Contents: Dr. William Lane Craig has argued via the kalam cosmological argument that an actual infinite does not exist. If so, how can God exist since He's an actual infinite? Listen to the podcast where Dr. Craig addressed this issue in more detail here (mp3): Also: We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums:

3 Resurrection of Jesus Christ Biblical Extra-biblical Evidences

The Bible is the Word of God, so it is accurate in all it affirms. Since it tells us Jesus rose from the dead, we can have complete confidence that He did. What many people fail to recognize is that even when we use the critics’ and skeptics’ own criteria, the most reasonable conclusion is the same: Jesus rose from the dead. That is, even if we did not presume biblical authority and treated the New Testament as unbelieving historians do, the bodily Resurrection of Jesus is the only explanation that matches all the accepted facts. One point will become rather obvious throughout this study: these people simply have an anti-supernatural bias, or more accurately, an anti-Christian bias. Thus, they have developed absurd positions in efforts to explain away the only reasonable conclusion that can be derived from the facts. So what are these facts?

5 Facts for a Reasonable Resurrection

Notice, I just listed four places in Scripture where we Christians go to discover and understand what happened to Jesus. I did so to showcase the fact that the gospels are usually the main source we rely on when considering the resurrection. Look at it this way: For Easter service our pastors do not tell us to open the writings of Tacitus or Josephus. No, we open the gospels. But have we ever asked ourselves whether we have good reason to trust in the resurrection? That the idea that Jesus resurrected from the dead (thus supporting His claims to divinity) is reasonable to conclude?

Die For a Lie? Resurrection Apologetics - Southern by His Grace

The Apostles witnessed the burial of Jesus. It is likely that they took part in his preparation, which was a lengthy process. The lifeless body of Christ needed to be carried to the tomb. It was not a one-man job and the man who gave his tomb to Jesus probably would not have been allowed to touch his dead body. It would’ve been considered unclean.

April Fools Video Prank in Math Class

I played a trick on my math class for April Fool's Day. In this one, I'm showing a "homework help" video that gets some trigonometry wrong. How embarrassing!

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Are wealthy US foundations paying to suppress religious freedom?

New York City, N.Y., Feb 13, 2015 / 04:02 am (CNA) .- Questions are being raised over two U.S. foundations that have poured more than three million dollars into abortion rights, LGBT activist, and legal groups to push the message that exemptions based on religious beliefs are “un-American” and an abuse of liberty. The Arcus Foundation and the Ford Foundation have spent over $3 million in combined spending against religious liberty exemptions since 2013, according to a CNA review of tax forms and grant listings. John Lomperis of the Institute for Religion and Democracy – a D.C.-based ecumenical Christian think tank – warned that the grants appear to understand the important role of “rhetorical message and framing” on religious liberty issues. “The agenda of such groups in opposing basic conscience protections could hardly be more diametrically opposed to our nation's great traditions of freedom of conscience and of religion,” Lomperis, who serves as United Methodist Director for the institute, told CNA Feb.

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If Christ Is Not Raised

8. Christians are the most foolish people on earth. Paul puts it this way: “If Christ be not raised, then we are of most men to be pitied.” Indeed. This is why the world, as Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 1, sees the cross of Christ as foolishness. If every part of the gospel is not true, then we will have spent our days pursuing a God who will not benefit us beyond the grave. Not only are we objects of pity, the skeptics around us will indeed have the final laugh. Blaise Pascal’s famous “wager” will do little to soothe us in eternity, for the dice will have fallen on snake eyes, and the serpent of the paradise will have proven the victor. 

The FAQs: Terrorist Attack in Kenya Targets Christians

According to reports analyzed by the Pew Research Center as part of our ongoing  global study of religious restrictions and hostilities , more than 300 people were killed, injured or displaced as a result of religion-related terrorist attacks in Kenya in 2012, more than twice as many as in 2011 and more than a five-fold increase from 2010. In 2012, Kenya had nearly four times the level of social hostilities (8.3 on a scale of 10) as the median level among the 48 countries in the region (2.1). A Pew Research survey taken in March 2013 found that more than half of Kenyans (55 percent) said Islamic extremist groups pose a major threat to their country.

The Lent Project

The mood of Lent can be beautifully captured through the arts, which are often cathartic expressions of longing, suffering, loneliness, love, death and rebirth. Art is a great chronicler both of the drama of human history and the aches of the human heart. In this spirit, the Biola University Center for Christianity, Culture and the Arts presents the Lent Project: a 54-day aesthetic meditation on Christ’s life, death and resurrection. Each day will offer a guided reflection--though Scripture, words, poetry, music, film or visual art--to help us focus in on the beauty of Christ’s story. May you enjoy, share and be edified by this resource as we collectively reflect on the suffering and triumph of history’s great savior: Messiah Jesus Christ, the King.

Donall and Conall Meet Richard Dawkins (Real Version)

There's no evidence of God's existence if you don't count all the evidence of God's existence. Donall and Conall are having a hard time understanding this, so Richard Dawkins has stopped by to enlighten them.

Commission Rules in Favor of Baker Who Refused to Decorate Bible Cakes Against Homosexuality

But there is a very important distinction here. In one case, a baker refused to make a product for an individual that s/he would for other people. In the other case, the baker is asked to provide something that she doesn’t offer as a service. She will not write a derogatory message on any cake that anyone ordered; however, she offered to accommodate the man by making a cake in the shape of a Bible, and she offered the icing for the man to write whatever message she wanted. The court sided with her because she denies this to everyone, no matter what the cause. Writing derogatory message on any cake is not a service that she provides, but she was willing to provide him with everything but that. She didn’t refuse to bake a cake as what happened in the first case. Courts have ruled that someone cannot demand a service that a place of business does not provide, but if a business provides a product, it cannot discriminate because the store doesn’t agree with the way that the product will be used. It’s that simple.

Did Early Christians Believe in Substitutionary Atonement?

This same sort of argument has also been applied to other doctrines, particularly the substitutionary nature of the atonement. Critical scholars, led by the classic work of Gustaf Aulén, have long argued that the earliest Christians did not believe that Christ died as a substitute for sinners. Instead, they say, these Christians believed what is known as the “Christus victor” view of the atonement—the idea that Jesus’s death on the cross (and resurrection) conquered the Devil and other forces that held people in bondage. On this view, Christ did not die in place of rebellious sinners but instead rescued victims from a fallen world.

The Personal Side of Lloyd-Jones

Nothing would make my grandfather happier than to be called a 20th-century Puritan! Alas, modern society has largely succeeded in equating Puritanism with narrow-minded legalism, when of course the absolute opposite is true. I cannot tell you how many times, running the MLJ Trust, I have heard from pastors who met my grandfather who tell me that his (my grandfather’s) principal advice to them was, “Read anything you can get your hands on from the Puritan writers.” He felt that the Puritans had spent their lives trying to know God and worship him in accordance with New Testament tradition, which is the only point of our lives on this earth.

02. Islam and Christianity: Is it the same God?

Dr. Andy Bannister ( ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Islam and Christianity: Is it the same God?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out "Answering Islam: The Crescent in Light of the Cross" by Norman Geisler and Abdul Saleeb ( ). This video is episode 2 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": More about RZIM Canada:

ABC Is Developing a New Muppets Variety Show

The Muppets may soon be returning to TV. According to a report in The Hollywood Reporter , ABC has teamed with Big Bang Theory co-creator Bill Prady for a new primetime variety show, that would be similar to The Muppet Show of the late ‘70s. THR says that if a proof-of-concept presentation with advertisers receives strong feedback next month, the series could be quickly greenlit. As with many Muppets projects, the new concept involves celebrity cameos and a healthy dose of self-aware satire: The presentation in May will show Kermit and the cast meeting at the ABC studios discussing the relational conflicts standing in the way of the reboot. Never change, Muppets ...

CNN Newsroom - SNL

Brooke Baldwin (Cecily Strong) breaks down the Germanwings plane crash, the Iran nuclear weapons deal and Indiana's religious freedom law with animated graphics, puppet stand-ins and a performance art group (Michael Keaton, Kenan Thompson, Aidy Bryant). Download the SNL App for free: For more SNL 40th Anniversary Special: Get more SNL on Hulu Plus: Get more SNL: Full Episodes: Like SNL: Follow SNL: SNL Tumblr: SNL Instagram: SNL Google+: SNL Pinterest:

Humanists Threaten Legal Action After Elementary Teacher Gives Bibles to Students

” How the guidelines are implemented in the classroom is largely up to the teacher and critics say that in many classrooms, Islam has been emphasized while other religions, such as Christianity and Judaism, have sometimes been hardly touched upon. In an article on, Diana Lynne said that other parents in California have reported Islam-related activities that have caused them concern. One parent says her daughter was indoctrinated about Islam for four months while in seventh grade in Elk Grove, California. She said one day, she arrived at school to find a banner in front that said “There is one God, Allah, and Mohammad is his prophet.” She says she had also seen children chanting from the Koran and praying.

RFRA: Not Like Jim Crow Laws at All, by Jonah Goldberg, National Review

The relevance — or perhaps, irrelevance — of all this should be obvious, but I fear it is not. While Jim Crow laws obviously went beyond economics, they were in their origin and greatest effect about economics. Racist Southern Democrats understood that nothing threatens discrimination more than economic liberty. Restore to blacks their God-given right to control and sell the fruits of their own labor, and the market will make enforced bigotry expensive. Without Jim Crow, bigoted businesses would suffer in the marketplace. As Sowell said, “Prejudice is free but discrimination has costs.”


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Marriage, Reason, and Religious Liberty: Much Ado About Sex, Nothing to Do with Race

Whatever one’s views of marriage and however the state defines it, there is no compelling state interest in forcing all citizens to facilitate, participate in, or celebrate a same-sex relationship as a marriage. Believing that marriage is the union of man and woman is a reasonable position held by many. Bans on interracial marriage, by contrast, were grossly unreasonable. Protecting religious liberty and the rights of conscience does not restrict anyone’s freedom to enter into whatever romantic partnerships he or she wishes. Americans should remain free to speak and act in the public square based on their belief that marriage is the union of a man and woman without fear of government penalty. No one should demand that government coerce others into celebrating their relationships.

Do You Think It Happened, Or Not?

The resurrection is the hinge on which all of Christianity turns. It’s the foundation on which everything else rests, the capstone that holds everything else about Christianity together. Which means—crucially—that when Christians assert that Jesus rose from the dead, they are making a historical claim, not a religious one. Yes of course there are “religious” implications to that claim, if you want to call them that, but none of those is in the least valid if Jesus didn’t really, truly, historically come back to life from the dead. Even the early Christians understood this point. They weren’t interested in just creating a nice religious story that would encourage people, help them live better lives, and perhaps provide them with a metaphor of hope blooming out of despair that might help them endure the storms of this life. No, the early Christians wanted the world to know that they really believed that Jesus had gotten up out of the grave, and they themselves knew that if he didn’t really do that, then everything they stood for was empty and false and utterly worthless.

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What Are Mike Pence's Prospects for a 2016 Presidential Run?

A compelling speaker with a record of balanced budgets and broad support from social conservatives, Pence had been floated as a dark-horse candidate for the GOP’s 2016 nomination. Then the religious freedom debate erupted.

Ask Pastor John

Daily audio clips of John Piper answering tough theological and pastoral questions.

Carrie Underwood Shares Bible Verse Celebrating Easter

Underwood and Fisher's Easter celebrations took place just months after Underwood publicly vowed to observe holidays as a family with her first-born son, Isaiah. Although the Grammy Award-winning singer and her husband maintain hectic schedules, the pair decided to make holidays a priority with the arrival of Isaiah.

Donall and Conall Meet Richard Dawkins (Real Version)

There's no evidence of God's existence if you don't count all the evidence of God's existence. Donall and Conall are having a hard time understanding this, so Richard Dawkins has stopped by to enlighten them.

Edward Feser: The two faces of tolerance

Meanwhile, some liberal business owners fire employees who take this conservative position, while others refuse to do business in a state that adopts it.  Other liberals routinely refuse even to discuss the merits of the conservative position but merely hurl insults and try to shout down and intimidate anyone who dares to disagree with them.  And when a particular business owner affirms that customers who happen to be homosexual are welcome in her restaurant, but also says that she would not agree to cater a hypothetical “same-sex wedding,” she finds herself suddenly subjected to a nationwide Two Minutes Hate, with an online mob actively seeking to destroy her livelihood and reputation -- some of them even proposing to burn down the restaurant or kill its owners.  Even some mainstream liberals, while not condoning such violence, suggest that the restaurant owner had invited this abuse.

An Evening with Clayton Kershaw and Chris Broussard - Azusa Pacific University

Azusa Pacific University is pleased to host Cross Training: A Conversation of Faith and Sports with Chris Broussard, Clayton Kershaw, and A.J. Ellis on April 19, 2015, at 7:30 p.m. in the Felix Event Center.

Franklin Graham Warns 'Ugly, Anti-Christian Bias and Intolerance' Is Changing America 'From the Inside Out' in Easter Message

Evangelical preacher the Rev. Franklin Graham said in an Easter Sunday message that Christians around the world continue facing higher levels of persecution and violence, and warned that "ugly, anti-Christian bias and intolerance" is changing America.

My Jesus - Alive!

The arms that hung from a cross of wood now embrace a a world of grief.  My Jesus - alive!

Beautiful Time-Lapse That Reminds Us of How Wonderful the World God Created Truly Is (VIDEO)

Watch and see how he captures the Dominican Republic while traveling the world. The ambiance of nature and the sound is absolutely stunning. It will sooth you and ease your mind. God has created so many beautiful things for us to see. It is a blessing to have someone like Dmitry go out and film these stunning sceneries.

A Note from Creator Cakes

Though we've never been asked to service a same-sex wedding, and though it looks increasingly that we someday will, we want to notify our customers of a policy that Creator Cakes will pursue. We've decided that if asked, we will provide a cake at a same-sex wedding ceremony. But we will take every dollar from that sale and donate it to an organization fighting to protect and advance religious liberty—organizations like Alliance Defending Freedom, Manhattan Declaration, or the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.

Guilty as charged

We press on with the full confidence that what might appear to be simple is truly profound.  We stand on the truth of God’s Word. We shudder at the outrageous suggestion that we need to get out of “Bibleworld.” We are guilty as charged in our stalwart allegiance to the revealed Word. May we dig deeper into it daily knowing we can never begin to understand it fully. May we read, study, and meditate upon it with great expectancy as we prayerfully anticipate its instruction to us by the power of the Holy Spirit. We would be wise to “park ourselves 2,000 years in the past” in order to study Scripture — all of which is “breathed out by God and is profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness,” according to the God-breathed words to Paul. But we won’t stay there.  Anchored to what was given to us in the past as a priceless treasure, we are equipped to face the present and future. God, help us.

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09. How can you believe in God without evidence?

Nathan Betts ( ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "How can you believe in God without evidence?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out the book "The Reason for God" by Tim Keller ( ). This video is episode 9 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": More about RZIM Canada:

Innovative Apologetics: Atheism’s Abysmal, Feeble, Pathetic, Not Reasonable, Very Illogical Foundation

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'They Will Rise Again in Christ:' Kenya Mourns Massacred Christian Students on Easter as Gov't Bombs al-Shabaab Bases

People react after meeting their relative (C) who was rescued from the Garissa University attack at Nyayo stadium in Kenya's capital Nairobi, April 4, 2015, following Thursday's siege by gunmen in their campus in Garissa. Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta said on Saturday that those behind an attack in which al-Shabaab Islamist militants killed 148 people at a university were "deeply embedded" in Kenya, and called on Kenyan Muslims to help prevent radicalization. The stadium is now a crisis center manned by the Red Cross, for families to find out whether their relatives are alive or dead.

Bakeries Can Refuse Bible Verses But Not Gay Weddings, Colorado Decides

"Colorado prosecuted Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop for bringing his Christian faith to bear in his decision not to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple, yet business owners who decide to refuse service to a Christian wanting Bible verses on cakes are exonerated by the state," stated Jack.

10. Is atheism a religion?

Dr. Andy Bannister ( ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Is atheism a religion?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out Andy's essay "The Scandanavian Sceptic (or Why Atheism Is a Belief System)" which you can read here: This video is episode 10 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": More about RZIM Canada:

Keep the Easter Spirit Alive

That experience taught me of the power of physical and bodily celebration, even small, in honoring God’s good plan for my life and all of creation. Following Easter Sunday, the greatest occasion for celebration we know as Christians, we have a chance to use our physicality, the power of our bodies and senses, as we respond to the Good News.

Rick Warren Receives Outpouring of Support After Requesting Prayer on Resurrection Sunday, Anniversary of Son's Death

Saddleback Community Church pastor Rick Warren received an outpouring of support from Christians around the world on Easter Sunday, which marked the second anniversary of his youngest son's death.

Engaging Culture: A brief guide for movies

There has been much furor recently over the release of the  Hunger Games  movie. My own discussion of that movie has drawn a number of comments from Christian visitors, both good and bad (and I appreciate the candor!). One theme that has reverberated throughout the discussion is the appropriateness of Christians watching violent movies or even considering using them to try to engage with the culture at large. There are no easy answers to these questions, but in this post I seek to provide a brief guide for Christians who hope to use movies to engage with the culture at large.

The Resurrection in Your Life

One of McKinley’s most helpful illustrations appears as he reflects on how the Emmaus road disciples may have felt when they finally realized they were speaking with Jesus (Luke 24:13–35). He tells the story of a well-known television program that sent New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey to the streets of New York City to ask people about Matt Harvey. Harvey was in his rookie season and hadn’t been around long enough for most to recognize him. Nevertheless, many knew about him since he was having such a phenomenal season—he was all the buzz among Mets fans. So Harvey, with microphone in hand, asked stranger after stranger what they think of Matt Harvey. People offered their opinions, having no idea that they were speaking directly to him. At the end of each interview Harvey revealed his true identity, and everyone responded with a hilarious look of total shock.

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53 Here’s SNL’s Parody Music Video Promoting the Religion ‘Neurotology’
54 The land promise in biblical theology: Martin discusses theological challenges in new book
55 Fighting Ebola in West Africa: The Charlotte Connection
56 Our National Pastime
57 WORLD | The culture of death lives on | J.C. Derrick | April 4, 2015
58 Were the Israelites Hungry in the Wilderness?
59 Obama Family Attends Prominent African-American Megachurch for Easter; Pastor Touches on Questions of Same-Sex Marriage, Healthcare, Resurrection of Christ
60 John Branyan on Twitter
61 Did your science textbook teach that embryo drawings prove evolution?
63 Crossway on Twitter
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65 Protecting America's first freedom |
66 Pulpit King Gardner Taylor Dies at 89
67 Why Are Non-Christians TGC15 Panelists?
68 There May Be Almost as Many Muslims as Christians in the World by 2050
69 Human Trafficking
70 Lee Strobel on Twitter
71 From the classroom to the mission field
72 The Briefing 04-06-15
73 ISIS Militants Have Engaged in a Brutal Takeover of a Refugee Camp
74 Rethinking the Whole Purpose of Faith
75 Towers | April 2015
76 The Wheel of Time "Towers of Midnight" and "A Memory of Light" - Reflection from a Christian
77 Transcript: The Briefing 04-06-15
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79 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
80 Maintaining a Spirit of Optimistic Faith in a Messed-Up World
81 Talking With Your Kids About Money
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83 Blind Spots Quiz: What's Your Blind Spot?
84 WORLD | Can better regulations prevent pilot suicide? | Rob Holmes | April 6, 2015
85 7 Bible Verses to Strengthen Love, Marriage and Spouses
86 What Will Save Don Draper?
87 WORLD | Supreme Court hears murky case on executing the mentally disabled | April 6, 2015
88 WORLD | Battle ready | Mindy Belz | April 18, 2015
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