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The Taliban has said it will commit more "devastating" attacks on Christians as it revealed details of the suicide bomber who killed at least 73 people at an Easter celebration in Pakistan.

Here It Is: The First Trailer for ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’

The moment you’ve been waiting for has arrived. Get your first look at Rogue One, and then watch it again and again. The movie hits theaters on Dec. 18.

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The Call to Ministry  is a different sort of book. Or workbook. Or journal. Whatever it is, this resource from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary is meant to help you discern whether or not God has called you to ministry. And it’s meant for you to use and devour. You’ll notice pages with blank space; those pages are for you to respond to questions, react to the quotations and reflect on the Scripture references you’ll find throughout. So, open your Bible, get out your pen and discover whether God has called you to this most noble and weighty task.

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Secular culture says the human intellect, science, and technology are better sources of truth than the Bible. Yet there are profound cracks in this thinking. John MacArthur shows you what they are, and where true wisdom comes from, in The Foolishness of God .

Aren’t Christians Biased?

The question is not whether or not we have ideas, opinions, or preexisting points of view; the question is whether or not we will allow these perspectives to prevent us from examining the evidence objectively. It’s possible to have a prior opinion yet leave this presupposition at the door in order to examine the evidence fairly. We ask jurors to do this all the time. In the state of California, jurors are repeatedly instructed to “keep an open mind throughout the trial” and not to “let bias, sympathy, prejudice, or public opinion influence your decision.” The courts assume that people have biases, hold sympathies and prejudices, and are aware of public opinion. In spite of this, jurors are required to “keep an open mind.” Jurors have to enter the courtroom with empty hands; they must leave all their baggage in the hall. Everyone begins with a collection of biases. We must (to the best of our ability) resist the temptation to allow our biases to eliminate certain forms of evidence (and therefore certain conclusions) before we even begin the investigation.

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Pride Doesn’t Always Parade

And the very next verse reads, “While the people of Israel were in the wilderness, they found a man gathering sticks on the Sabbath day” (Numbers 15:32). The Man with the High Hand. Sinning “with a high hand” means you know what you’re doing. You know what God thinks, what he loves, what he says, and you decide you know better than him. The sin — large or small — is a middle finger to the Almighty.

The Church of Invisible Diseases

What’s more, we have become a church full of invisible diseases—serious mental illness rampages through our congregations, yet most attendees fail to see or recognize the reality of these diseases. Mental illness is the elephant in the room each Sunday. No one feels comfortable talking about it. Yet, the ministry of Jesus focused on removing barriers to belief and restoring people who were suffering: “When Jesus heard this, He told them, ‘Healthy people don’t need a doctor—sick people do. I have come to call not those who think they are righteous, but those who know they are sinners’” (Mark 2:17).

Selfies and Polaroids of Intimacy

If there is a current animating Warhol’s work, it is not sexual desire, not eros as we generally understand it, but rather desire for attention: the driving force of the modern age. What Warhol was looking at, what he was reproducing in paintings and sculptures and films and photographs, was simply whatever everyone else was looking at, be it celebrities or cans of soup or photographs of disasters, of people crushed beneath cars and flung into trees. In gazing at these things, in rollering them out over curtains of color, in reproducing them endlessly, what he was attempting to distil was the essence of attention itself, that elusive element that everyone hungers for. His study began with stars, with all those heavy-lidded, bee-stung divas, Jackie, Elvis, Marilyn, their faces vacant, stunned by camera lenses. But it didn’t end there. (243–244)

After 12 Years Of Quarterly Church Attendance, Parents Shocked By Daughter's Lack Of Faith | The Babylon Bee

Fullerton, CA—Local father Trevor Michelson, 48, and his wife Kerri, 45, are reeling after discovering that after 12 years of steadily taking their daughter Janie to church every Sunday they didn’t have a more pressing sporting commitment—which was at least once every three months—she no longer demonstrates the strong quarterly commitment to the faith they raised her with, now that she is college-aged.

McAuliffe vetoes bill permitting parents to block sexually explicit books in school

RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Monday vetoed a bill that would have made Virginia the first state to allow parents to block their children from reading books in school that contain sexually explicit material.

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Sunday Morning with the Simpsons

One Sunday, I was at home with our firstborn, James. I stayed home that Sunday morning to be with him while Dowd went to church. I expected her to be home by noon as usual, but she was late this Sunday. Right around noon, my son was crying while I was on the phone with someone and couldn’t get off. I was getting frustrated. Thirty minutes later, my wife comes in the door. I glared and snapped, “Where have you been?”

Can We Ever Fix Christian Movies?

I agree with your assessment about the need for ambiguity in films but the reason for their disparagement likely goes further than that. Christian filmmakers, knowing who their primary audience is (and not wanting to offend), offer a much more sanitized view of the world than what many critics are used to seeing. Many of the films which end up on their Top 10 lists every year have R ratings. Try to imagine the reaction if a Faith-based film had a characters that spoke in obcenity-laced sentences. Even though we all know people like that, they would likely find the film offensive and complain that the filmmakers had "gone Hollywood" on them.

What are the Top Five Books on the Bible and Homosexuality?

Is God Anti-Gay? , by Sam Allberry (The Good Book Company, 2013). This short book addresses the most common questions often raised about the Bible and same-sex attraction (81 pages). This book is both relational and gospel centered. Pastor Allberry begins the book by revealing his personal journey in discovering his same-sex attraction. As a result, he writes with commitment to the Scriptures but genuine love for gay people and the church.

Michael Brown - PayPal Scorns Conservative Americans While Embracing Cuban Communists

As he explained in a written statement , “This decision [not to open new offices in Charlotte] reflects PayPal’s deepest values and our strong belief that every person has the right to be treated equally, and with dignity and respect. These principles of fairness, inclusion and equality are at the heart of everything we seek to achieve and stand for as a company. And they compel us to take action to oppose discrimination.”

Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on C. S. Lewis

In the last decade a slew of Narnia movies were released in theaters and, though C. S. Lewis has been gone more than 50 years, his books are still as popular as ever. He’s the famous atheist-turned-Christian, but what exactly did he believe and what did he contribute to Christianity? Here’s your crash course on the life and accomplishments of C. S. Lewis—and why he still matters today.

The Faith of Christopher Hitchens: The Restless Soul of the World's Most Notorious Atheist: Larry Alex Taunton: 9780718022174: Books

At the time of his death, Christopher Hitchens was the most notorious atheist in the world.  And yet, all was not as it seemed.  “Nobody is not a divided self, of course,” he once told an interviewer, “but I think it’s rather strong in my case.”   Hitchens was a man of many contradictions:   a Marxist in youth who longed for acceptance among the social elites; a peacenik who revered the military; a champion of the Left who was nonetheless pro-life, pro-war-on-terror, and after 9/11 something of a neocon; and while he railed against God on stage, he maintained meaningful—though largely hidden from public view—friendships with evangelical Christians like Francis Collins, Douglas Wilson, and the author Larry Alex Taunton.  

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Opening in the fall of 2017, this museum will invite visitors to engage with the Bible, immersing them in its impact, narrative and history. The Colson Center and Museum of the Bible are pleased to invite participants in The Wilberforce Weekend Conference for a sneak preview of this historical endeavor by taking part in a hard hat tour of the museum‘s construction site. The event will begin with light refreshments and presentation on the museum’s innovative design and the ground-breaking initiatives already underway, followed by a guided tour of the museum site by museum staff and Clark Construction. Limited to 150 participants.

Atheists Say Darwinism Means Life is Meaningless, But Their Behavior Shows They Know Better | The Stream

However, as I also explain in detail in my new book, many Darwinists are unable to live in real accord with their own philosophy. For instance, Coyne has blogged that evolution “says that there is no special purpose for your life, because it is a naturalistic philosophy. We have no more extrinsic purpose than a squirrel or an armadillo.” But in another blog post, Coyne waxes indignant at those who have blamed mass shootings, such as those at Columbine, on Darwinism. (Coyne will likely be enraged that in The Death of Humanity  I explain Eric Harris’s Darwinian motivations . ) Why does Coyne care so much about these students if their lives have no meaning or purpose? It seems that Coyne recognizes that the lives of those teenagers gunned down at Columbine did have some point or purpose greater than squirrels or armadillos.


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Just imagine what that’s going to look like when the Census Bureau demands this kind of information. There’s a political agenda behind this, of course, and that’s the agenda to try to make the gay and lesbian community look as large as possible and to use this data in order to bring political leverage. That’s openly what is behind this letter. But just imagine the moral insanity and the invasion of personal privacy that is going to be reflected if indeed the Census Bureau were to undertake asking this question. There are other considerations as well in terms of the moral confusion. How in the world, given the pluralism of America and given the diversity of sexual orientations we are told we are now to celebrate, how in the world can it be limited to a set of boxes and questions the Census Bureau might put together? Why just LGBT? Why not other permutations that might be represented by other consonants as well? The moral revolutionaries continue to preach their message that human gender and sexual orientation is endlessly fluid; furthermore, when you go to American college and university campuses, in many cases, you’ll find gay and lesbian advocacy offices that have an entire alphabet soup of possible options.

Why Hillary Clinton’s ‘Unborn Person’ Comment Is Drawing Criticism From Both Sides of the Abortion Debate

The comment—particularly the part about an unborn person not having constitutional rights—was immediately seized on by both critics and supporters of abortion (but for different reasons). Advocates for access to abortion took issue with the term “unborn person,” whereas pro-life advocates see her denial of a person’s (by her own definition) basic rights as an obvious problem. Most pro-life advocates view the unborn as people who should be protected by the law. Clinton’s comment acknowledges’ that’ personhood, but strips them of rights afforded to other Americans. Her campaign has not addressed the controversy.

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God Makes a Meal Out of Messes

This is doubly true in relation to our son with disabilities. I had no category in my brain as a 21-year-old for a family that included a son with a feeding tube. I never contemplated what it might be like to change a g-tube or help him sleep hooked up to his tube all night. How could I have? I don’t know that I’d ever heard of such things. Now we’ve expanded our life to include those sorts of things, along with countless other ways our lives have grown, changed, and become messier since having children.

Midweek Apologetics Hit and Misc: Did God return to the crime scene?

For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.

Primary Soul Care in an Urgent Care Culture

Blogs and sermon podcasts and articles are necessary helps, but must remain in their proper place—as secondary, not primary, pastoral care providers. For primary pastoral care to remain alive and well, two equally challenging roles must be met. Shepherds must position themselves to care for their flocks, and sheep must position themselves to be led. The local body of Christ is God’s primary place of soul care.

5 Things to Do When God Seems Distant

God honors and often uplifts the quietly faithful, and what's more: He often comes in the quiet. When God tells Elijah to wait before Him on the mountaintop, we witness something remarkable: God doesn't show up where we think He'd appear. He's not in the snapping windstorm, or the earthquake or the blaze. Elijah can't find God's voice in any of them. Then comes a gentle whisper, and it is so divinely flooded that Elijah covers his face with his cloak.


Despite the fact that nature reveals the Creator, man's heart remains frozen to His love. Man refuses to give God a foothold in the door. In fact, man's heart is so frozen that the apostles witnessed Jesus' death, the act of true love, but transformation did not take place. Their hearts were frozen harder than Elsa's (she did not need further authentication), so is every other heart of man. Today, people do not have the empirical evidence that the apostles demanded for authentication. But through the successful transmission of the apostles' testimony, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ can be known by those who are removed from the historical event by generations upon generations. It is through the witness of the gospels that we may understand the sacrifice --the act of true love-- that Jesus did for us. Conclusion When I saw the sacrifice that Ana paid for her sister, it brought to the surface the emotion and deep love of mine for my brother and my brother's for me, for "no one has greater love than this: that someone would lay down his life for his friend." For as deep as our siblings' love is for us, the ultimate demonstration of that love will lose its effect when the life they saved passes away.

Challenge Response: A Real God Would Have Protected the Original Gospel Manuscripts - Stand to Reason Blog

Alan’s response is no doubt necessary, but it's just part of it. Alan basically says here that it was just as good not to preserve them. That the originals are really unnecessary to be confident. But Alan doesn’t address God’s role in why they weren’t preserved. If God did, in fact, play a role, then we have an outcome that is not just as good but better.

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“There are five Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John…and the Christian. But most people never read the first four.” There are any number of books on how to do evangelism. This book is different—it’s an invitation to actually live out the message of the gospel. Jesus’s original intention was for ordinary people like you and me to live lives that point others to the only Person who can give them hope for this life as well as the next—to visibly display the Good News of salvation through the Messiah and Redeemer of humankind. But many Christ followers today are either ridden with guilt for not telling others about Jesus or so silent that no one really knows they’re a Christian. The Fifth Gospel will help you wrestle with the critical issues involved in living out your faith in front of a watching and sometimes not-so-friendly world. Isn’t it time to become a witness for the One you profess to love? Prepare yourself to represent your Savior well and to discover a new way to do evangelism. Get ready for God to unleash the gospel through you!

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Are there Non-Religious Skeptics of Darwinian Evolution? -

Of course, there are good answers to the query. The primary response is strictly logical. An argument must stand or fall on its own merits, and scrutinizing the religious beliefs (or lack thereof) of a person making an argument commits the genetic fallacy. After all, if Darwinian theory is flawed, those weaknesses remain, whether they are expounded by the Pope or the Devil…

38 Speaking the truth about the “Dragon Lady” and sex-reassignment surgery

If we respond with moral censure and alarm to the “dragon lady,” why would we respond differently to someone who wishes to have their reproductive anatomy surgically removed or altered? In terms of consistency, it seems that one would have to either affirm both or oppose both. But to affirm one (sex-reassignment surgery) but to deny the other (ear and nose removal) is a morally inconsistent and indefensible position.

Christian Parents: Your Children Need More Than a Bomb Shelter

Every household has an unspoken “vibe,” the constant background noise generated by our routines and rhythms. That background noise is a kind of imaginative wallpaper that influences how we imagine the world, and it can either be a melody that reinforces God’s desires for his creation, or it can (often unintentionally) be a background tune that is dissonant with the Lord’s song. We need to tune our homes, and thus our hearts, to sing his grace. You could have Bible “inputs” every day and yet still have a household whose frantic rhythms are humming along with the consumerist myth of production and consumption. You might have Bible verses on the wall in every room, and yet the unspoken rituals reinforce self-centeredness rather than sacrifice.

PayPal To Cancel Expansion N.C., Stays in Countries that Execute Gays - Breitbart

PayPal has reportedly  announced it will cancel plans for a $3.6 million expansion in Charlotte, North Carolina as a response to the passage of a bill aimed at protecting women and girls from having their bathroom and shower privacy invaded by biological men.

How to Kill Sin, Part 3

If Christ is in you, though the body is dead because of sin, yet the spirit is alive because of righteousness. But if the Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, He who raised Christ Jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through His Spirit who dwells in you. So then, brethren, we are under obligation, not to the flesh, to live according to the flesh — for if you are living according to the flesh, you must die; but if by the Spirit you are putting to death the deeds of the body, you will live. For all who are being led by the Spirit of God, these are sons of God. For you have not received a spirit of slavery leading to fear again, but you have received a spirit of adoption as sons by which we cry out, "Abba! Father!" The Spirit Himself testifies with our spirit that we are children of God, and if children, heirs also, heirs of God and fellow heirs with Christ, if indeed we suffer with Him so that we may also be glorified with Him.

Beyoncé Responds to Anti-Police Accusations, Twirls All Her Haters

I mean, I'm an artist, and I think the most powerful art is usually misunderstood. But anyone who perceives my message as anti-police is completely mistaken. I have so much admiration and respect for officers and the families of officers who sacrifice themselves to keep us safe. But let's be clear: I am against police brutality and injustice. Those are two separate things. If celebrating my roots and culture during Black History Month made anyone uncomfortable, those feelings were there long before a video and long before me. I'm proud of what we created and I'm proud to be a part of a conversation that is pushing things forward in a positive way.

Merle Haggard's Church of Christ mama tried to raise him better, and he embraced Jesus as Lord

“My mother was—well, embarrassed when she found herself pregnant a year or so after getting to California. She thought that having another child when she already had two teen-age children was—that it was too far apart. She didn’t exactly think that Merle was a sign or a gift from God—my mother was a member of the Church of Christ, and very religious, even sternly so—but she firmly believed, after Merle was born, that God had answered her prayers during pregnancy. She had prayed for a child who would inherit the family talent for music. Merle’s grandpa was the best fiddler back in McIntosh County, Oklahoma, and Dad played fiddle, guitar, and mandolin, and his brothers and sisters all played at local dances, though after Mom and Dad got married the playing was restricted to socials at home. Mom didn’t mind music—she played the organ—but she did mind the drinking and fooling around that went with commercial music. Merle was a funny child. At six months, he’d be lying there in his bassinet, and when the Stuart Hamblen country show came on the radio he’d begin kicking his little feet in time to the music.

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Foot Washing in Five Stages by Sinclair Ferguson | April 7, 2016

The day before His crucifixion, Jesus shared His heart with His disciples. In what we know as the Upper Room or Farewell Discourse of John 13-17, He announced His betrayal and denial; foretold His death, glorification, and departure from this world; promised the coming Holy Spirit; and prayed in preparation for all that was to take place. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson walks us through these events, whose setting he calls “five wonderful hours with the Master.” In this message, Dr. Ferguson especially examines Jesus’ foot-washing in five stages, physically and theologically, in which He reveals Himself as the One who served us in order that we might serve others.

Be the Tree, Part Deux

Since so many Christians throughout history have been burned at the stake or boiled in oil, it seems to me we would be hard-pressed to say that cremation is sinful. Even the Bible notes that we are "ASHES TO ASHES and dust to dust" (my emphasis). As for the "be the tree". We were commissioned by God to care for the earth. Our caskets that do not decompose seem to be more sinful than using our ashes as fertilizer for growing a tree...a creation of God. I would think this form of burial would honor God as it replenishes His earth...and I don't see this as a question of my Christian worldview. I think that ultimately, since God looks at the heart, He would most certainly understand the motivations of the person choosing to have their remains treated this way. Isn't it interesting that even Christian worldviews are not always exactly on the same mark...but when our purpose is to honor God and do things His way, isn't that still a Christian worldview?

Are Christian Hypocrites? My Response!

One of the most common, and most powerful challenges to Christianity, is that Christians are hypocrites? Is there any truth to this claim? Sean briefly responds to both Christians and skeptics who raise this objection.

Does My Soul Sleep After Death?

Now why do I say that? Why do I jump to that idea of meaning instead of just saying, “Well, no, no, they are not conscious on the other side of death. They really are undergoing something like soul sleep. They will have no consciousness until the resurrection?” Why don’t I say that? And the reason I don’t is because Jesus and Paul teach otherwise. So for example, the two key passages in Paul are Philippians 1:21–23, “To me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. If I am to live in the flesh, that mean fruitful labor for me. Yet which I shall choose, I cannot tell. I am hard pressed between the two. My desire is to depart and be with Christ, for that is far better.” So when Paul contemplates his own dying, he calls it “gain,” not because he is going to go unconscious and have zero experience for another thousand years, but because he goes into the presence of Christ with Christ in deeper, more intimate way — and it is, he says, vastly better than anything he has known here.


During an afternoon of baptizing over 800 people, Pastor Rick Warren realized it was time for change. He told his congregation he needed to lose weight and asked if anyone wanted to join him. He thought maybe 200 people would sign up, instead he witnessed a movement unfold as 15,000 people lost over 260,000 pounds in the first year. With assistance from medical and fitness experts, Pastor Rick and thousands of people began a journey to transform their lives.

Behind the Gay Anger There is Often Deep Pain | The Stream

And while people like John are responsible for their ultimate decisions, we do well to remember that behind the anger there is often pain, and if we respond to the anger and ignore the pain, we will not be able to help them find wholeness in the Lord.

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