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Indiana Crisis Report Card

Rod Dreher is right: the rage of the powerful against Indiana for daring to pass a state RFRA without the consent of the LGBT community marks a dramatic cultural and political inflection point, as I have pointed out in National Review. For the first time, a vanilla religious liberty bill similar to those passed in 19 …

Billy Graham Delivers a Powerful Message on Finding Eternal Life – and the Story of Salvation!

You have to go long and far to find someone who delivers a message as compassionate and inspiring as Billy Graham can. In this inspiring video clip, he delivers a powerful story of Salvation.

Is Rand Paul More Liberal Than Obama on Foreign Policy?

As Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., officially became the second Republican to formally announce his candidacy for the 2016 presidential election on Tuesday, the 52-year-old obstetrician is already being attacked by conservatives as being "to the left of Obama" when it comes to his foreign policy and openness to negotiating with Iran.

What the Body Must Do to Take Control

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A Second Chance: Deadline Extended for Summer Seminars on ID

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Biola Professor’s April Fools' Video Goes Viral | Biola University

Biola University professor Matthew Weathers has a penchant for fooling his students and subsequently making waves online. Most recently, his video of an April Fools' Day prank he played in class has gone viral with more than 20 million views on YouTube and Facebook, and has been featured on dozens of news outlets such as

Truthbomb Apologetics: Video: Faith in the Twenty First Century by Ravi Zacharias

Welcome! It's been wisely stated that the way one answers the question, "Is there a God?" defines a life. Here at Truthbomb Apologetics we strive to offer apologetics resources to encourage and challenge both believer and unbeliever. Critical thinking is strongly encouraged, reason is a must, and all are welcomed!

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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Innovative Apologetics: The Longest Known List of Self-refuting Statements

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What is God Really Like: Tawhid or Trinity? Dr. Shabir Ally and Dr. Nabeel Qureshi Debate

What is God Really Like: Tawhid or Trinity? Join Dr. Nabeel Qureshi and Dr. Shabir Ally as they debate on "Who Is The Real God? Allah or the Trinity?" moderated by Ms. Julie Roys, host of Moody Radio's "Up For Debate" show. The debate will begin at 6 PM EDT and end at 8 PM EDT. There will be a 30-45 minute Q&A session following the debate.

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Body Cameras for Police Are ‘Necessity,’ Says Pastor

In order to minister effectively, in order to be neighborly, in order to love across differences well, privileged Christians need to practice standing in solidarity with diverse people. We've grown so accustomed to our homogenous churches with their culturally-familiar problems that we've forgotten that cross-cultural advocacy is central to the work of the cross (Phil. 2:5-8). Privileged people of the cross seek out, stand with, and stick their necks out for people who have problems that are nothing like their own. Privileged people of the cross resist the magnetic draw of our culturally-polarized society. Privileged people of the cross jump every societal hurdle in order to understand the perspective of, stand with and advocate for the other.

4 Articles on the Religious Freedom Fiasco - Stand to Reason Blog

Ron, the articles above are mainly about the reaction we're seeing to religious freedom, rather than the Indiana RFRA proper, and that's why I've posted them here (you can see my point from the excerpts I posted). The revision doesn't negate any of them, whether they came before or after. Ross Douthat's article does defend the original Indiana RFRA (and by extension, RFRAs in general—something that's needed, since more are to come), but also came after the revision. (In fact, now that I look at them, the only articles that date pre-"fix" are the ones that explain what happened to Memories Pizza.)

5 You Really Want Us to Keep Our Faith to Ourselves?

Having lived the early portion of my life as an agnostic, I really understand the call for Christians to keep their faith to themselves. As I recall, being confronted by a Christian, even one who was rather breezy about his witness, was just about the most uncomfortable social situation I could imagine. Nothing made me feel more antsy than some Christian actually addressing an issue from a Christian perspective. I confess, I hated them, and I counted all Christians as a bunch of dullards and fools, if not mentally retarded in their thinking. The secular world wants Christians to just shut up, but you are absolutely right in observing that they would be even more hostile to an absence of Christians living out their faith in services to others in need. Agnostics certainly have no general intentions to enter into works of compassion in any long-range or consistent way! They want "their cake and eat it too," so to speak. They'd like Christians to carry on all the free works of compassion to the needy, having no desire to join in such works, nor any compelling ethical reason why they sho

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The Briefing 04-08-15

1) TIME cover story on religious liberty confirms significant cultural transition occurring now

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Michael Ramsden, Is Tolerance Intolerance?

Watch the whole Video with Ravi Zacharias and Michael Ramsden on: www veritas org/talks or on YouTube Veritas Forum title: Is Tolerance Intolerant? Pursuing the Climate of Acceptance and Inclusion - Ravi Zacharias at UCLA

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http://mobile.nytimes.com/blogs/opinionator/2015/03/02/why-our-children-dont-think-there-are-moral-facts/?_r=2&referrer

Indeed, in the world beyond grade school, where adults must exercise their moral knowledge and reasoning to conduct themselves in the society, the stakes are greater. There, consistency demands that we acknowledge the existence of moral facts. If it’s not true that it’s wrong to murder a cartoonist with whom one disagrees, then how can we be outraged? If there are no truths about what is good or valuable or right, how can we prosecute people for crimes against humanity? If it’s not true that all humans are created equal, then why vote for any political system that doesn’t benefit you over others?

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'Lost' Fans Have Been Waiting A Decade For Today

I couldn’t agree more Casper! I knew they were making it up after watching the first couple seasons on DVD. After watching the special features on the dvd’s I was like, they’re making this shit up as they go along. Don’t get me wrong, I was entertained by the series, but it’s the luckiest TV Phenom ever. The creators, especially Lindelof, haven’t had a very good track record lately. And Lindelof has got me hanging on with that that HBO series. His stories basically ask great questions with great characters but nothing is ever solved or resolved, at least not everything in the case of Lost.

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Donall and Conall Meet Richard Dawkins

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.

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Picture of the Day: Ice Grill

How wild is this? A viewer sent this picture to WITN of a perfect ice imprint of the front of a Jeep Cherokee. The ice remained after the car had driven away from the visitor’s parking lot at the Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, North Carolina.

13 In defence of Christianity

As a practising Christian (and after many years of practice, I’m not great at it), I am saddened by and despairing of much that is said and done across the world in the name of the Church and of Jesus. No wonder some people are deeply hostile and critical of Christianity and Christians. At the same time I am immensely heartened by the huge amount of good that is done by Christians motivated by their faith and their commitment to the cause – and yes I am also fully aware that much good is done by those of other faiths, those of no faith and those – the majority of people – who have a muddled mix of many things by which they live their lives by. All that said, there is a prevailing sentiment amongst many opinion formers and people of influence which treats all religious faith as essentially irrational and frequently immoral. Whilst it is true that in the (generally) liberal West (unlike in many other centrally controlled states), negative treatment of those with religious believers is fairly low level there is a growing pressure to abolish from the public square all discourse and contribution which has a world view which is not essential materialistic (in the pure sense of that word not the consumerist sense).

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One Day He Appeared: My TGC Love Story

Your life could change in a blink of an eye. I’m not talking about meeting the love of your life; I’m talking about meeting the one who loved you and gave himself up for you, who went away and promised to come again. Jesus Christ may return at any moment. No one knows the day or hour, so we must always watch and pray. When the wait gets long, you may start to think he’s not coming. But one day, he will appear. Amen. Come, Lord Jesus.

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Kirsten Powers: Gay marriage debate's sore winners

Kirsten Powers: Gay marriage debate's sore winners Liberals should be celebrating in good cheer, not by muzzling opponents for wrongthink. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1Fytlpp

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The Writing’s on the Wall for Christians

The very impetus for the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993, which was passed with enormous bipartisan support, was a case involving a tiny Native American sect of peyote users. The RFRA’s overwhelming backing came not because members of Congress favor drug use, but because they — and religious leaders both liberal and conservative — recognized that religious liberty means standing up for unpopular religious expression within constitutionally appropriate bounds. The peyote-users showed that the drug was key to their well-established religious practice, and that there was no compelling government interest in violating that practice. They were right. So are the Hoosier Christians who, in theory, would decline to bake a cake for a gay wedding.

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Assured By God: Living in the Fullness of God's Grace

Dr. R.C. Sproul is known for his ability to clearly communicate deep, practical truths from God’s Word. He is founder and president of Ligonier Ministries , president of the Ligonier Academy of Biblical and Theological Studies and senior minister for preaching and teaching at Saint Andrew’s near Orlando, Florida. His passion is to proclaim the holiness of God in all its fullness to as many people as possible.

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Donall and Conall Meet Richard Dawkins

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.

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Dear Timothy: Embrace Your Weakness

I write this third letter to expose some subtle notions that have sprung up of late in churches virtually everywhere the name of Christ is proclaimed. Essentially, some teachers buffet the church with a doctrine that asserts the more gifted, the more educated, the more media savvy, the more skilled at communication, the more important people you know, the more books you publish, the more conference speaking engagements dot your calendar, the more power you wield on behalf of God as a leader of the church. Now, Timothy, it is certainly not a sin to speak at conferences, write books, harness new media for the sake of the gospel, seek education in the things of God, or possess divinely bestowed gifts as a speaker. But if you come to believe they are what make you an effective minister, then you have bought into a subtle deception. It is a matter of the heart and some minister this way with great humility, realizing that all fruit that grows through ministry is given by God. The teachers of which I write (and I have warned the Corinthians about them in another letter), consider themselves “super apostles,” simply because they can draw a crowd.

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A Camera Will Mean Justice for Walter Scott, by Charles C. W. Cooke, National Review

It has been suggested that there may have been a serious fight before the camera started to roll, and that this may have clouded Officer Slager’s judgment. Perhaps. Either way, though, this possibility seems to be something of a red herring. By the standard rules of engagement, Scott’s panicked flight legally concluded any ongoing altercation, his departure from the fight signaling to Officer Slager that he no longer wanted to brawl. Police officers have reasonable latitude. But they are not permitted to shoot later in response to a threat that passed earlier, nor to stretch the definition of “danger” to its breaking point. Frankly, the idea that Slager had somehow “learned” that Scott was inherently dangerous is weak. Scott was unarmed and he was running away. Who, exactly, was he intimidating?

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The New York Times Wants Us to Rewrite the Bible

And Bruni means it when he says "made to"—as in pressured to or forced to or coerced to. As he writes at the end of his column, "His [namely, Gold's] commandment is worthy—and warranted. All of us, no matter our religious traditions, should know better than to tell gay people that they're an offense. And that's precisely what the florists and bakers who want to turn them away are saying to them." (Of course, Bruni misrepresents the positions of these Christian business owners as well, but why deal with truth when caricature is so much more effective?)

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Exclusive: New Ted Cruz Super-PACs Take in Record Haul

A document prepared by the super-PAC organizers says they “are committed to raising the resources necessary to promote Senator Cruz in his efforts to win the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.” The document quotes Voelter as saying, “We’re just getting started … Our goal is to guarantee Senator Cruz can compete against any candidate. Supporters of the Senator now have a powerful vehicle with the resources necessary to aid in his effort to secure the Republican nomination and win back the White House.” The document describes those “leading the financial charge” as “a group of close, personal friends of Senator Cruz, who share his conservative vision for America.”

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Southern Seminary student wins $34K on ‘Jeopardy!’

“My husband and I are definitely committed to tithing a portion of the winnings to our local church,” she said. “Other than that, we know we want to try to take our son to Disney World in May of 2016, and we also basically look on my success on the show as God providing a way for me to finish paying for my degree at Southern.”

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The Surprising Root of Culture War Conflicts

It makes perfect sense this message is so popular. Our brains respond to fear in amazing ways. Research has shown our brains pick up on negative energy faster than positive energy. This is why nearly every car will slow down to soak in the scene of a car accident that occurred on the other side of the highway. It’s also why 40 people could pay you kind compliments, but what sticks is the one nasty comment from a disgruntled person.

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Nicklaus promises magic and a hole-in-one - ESPN Video

ESPN analyst Scott Van Pelt sat down prior to the start of the Masters with Jack Nicklaus, who dedicated his hole-in-one to fans across the world.

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I Support Gay Marriage And Religious Freedom Laws

There are important limits on this kind of religious-freedom protection. It’s an open question whether someone who provides a product or service but does not participate in the wedding itself—like a baker—would be covered under this provision. I find it to be unlikely, and don’t think the protection should extend that far, but it’s an issue for us as a society to debate. Additionally, if the wedding photographer were the only professional photographer in town it would be reasonable for the state to compel her to lend her services to the wedding ceremony, given that the gay couple would otherwise be burdened by not having access to that service at all due to their sexual orientation. But the point I’d like to emphasize here is that this is a complex question between legitimate competing values, and any decision we reach as a society should hopefully take both into account. Toleration is easy when we support or are neutral about the belief or practice in question. It’s far more difficult—but even more necessary—when concerning something we ourselves find objectionable.

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Blind Spots Quiz: What's Your Blind Spot?

Blind Spots Quiz: What's Your Blind Spot?

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Catalyst on Twitter

Thursday night at #CatalystWest is going to be special. It's not too late to join us: http://ctly.st/We-st  pic.twitter.com/wB2SrX9JoH

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Latest White House feature: Gender-neutral restroom

President Barack Obama’s staff and visitors now have the option of using a gender-neutral restroom, a White House spokesman said Wednesday — the latest in a series of symbolic steps the Obama administration has taken to work the priorities of the LGBT community into its broader themes of inclusiveness and tolerance.

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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.

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Princeton Votes for Academic Freedom

The freedom to debate and discuss the merits of competing ideas does not, of course, mean that individuals may say whatever they wish, wherever they wish. The University may restrict expression that violates the law, that falsely defames a specific individual, that constitutes a genuine threat or harassment, that unjustifiably invades substantial privacy or confidentiality interests, or that is otherwise directly incompatible with the functioning of the University. In addition, the University may reasonably regulate the time, place, and manner of expression to ensure that it does not disrupt the ordinary activities of the University. But these are narrow exceptions to the general principle of freedom of expression, and it is vitally important that these exceptions never be used in a manner that is inconsistent with the University’s commitment to a completely free and open discussion of ideas. In a word, the University’s fundamental commitment is to the principle that debate or deliberation may not be suppressed because the ideas put forth are thought by some or even by most members of the University community to be offensive, unwise, immoral, or wrong-headed.

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9 Things You Should Know About TGC

Next week, 6,000 people from all 50 states and 50 different countries will be coming together for the TGC National Conference. Whether a regular reader or first time visitor to the site, here are nine things you should know about TGC:

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Attention, emoji fans: there's an all-emoji keyboard for your MacBook

The keyboard is the brainchild of Disk Cactus , an Oakland-based art and technology studio. It’s a silicon-based pad that you can place over the keys of your 13’’ MacBook or MacBook Air. To use it, you just install a downloadable driver, and change your computer’s language, as you would if you wanted to type in Spanish or Korean. Then, you can type in emoji to your heart’s content.

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A Slow-Motion Christian Genocide: We Can't Ignore It Anymore

Taken together with the targeting and killing of Christians by Islamist militants in countries such as Libya, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, and Nigeria, the world is witnessing a slow- motion genocide of Christians in the Middle East. The April 3rd edition of Newsweek's cover declares, " Targeting Christians In The Middle East, Believers are Fleeing or Being Killed."  The accompanying article, titled "The New Exodus. After Years of Slow But Steady Decline, Christians are Being Driven from the Middle East by ISIS," tells the sad, tragic story of ancient Christian communities being brutalized and extinguished by ISIS militants.

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Hugh Jackman to star as the apostle Paul in high-profile Christian film

“He takes his religion very seriously and would prefer I go to church,” Jackman revealed. “We’ve had discussions about our separate beliefs. I just find the evangelical church too, well, restrictive. But the School of Practical Philosophy is non-confrontational. We believe there are many forms of scripture. What is true is true and will never change, whether it’s in the Bible or in Shakespeare. It’s about oneness. Its basic philosophy is that if the Buddha and Krishna and Jesus were all at a dinner table together, they wouldn’t be arguing. There is an essential truth. And we are limitless.”

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Colorado double standard: Bakers should not be forced to make anti-gay cakes

Jack, of Castle Rock, Colo., is making national headlines over an experiment he conducted in the wake of attacks on Christian business owners who refuse to provide services for same-sex marriages.

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Michael Brown - The New York Times Wants Us to Rewrite the Bible

To the contrary, all the scientific advances in the world cannot determine what is or is not moral, and there’s nothing we know today that changes our view that God did not design men to be with men and women to be with women. The new interpretations of Scripture that the “progressive” Christians are touting (and which Bruni applauds) are not based on new textual or archeological or linguistic discoveries. They are based primarily on emotional arguments, since there is nothing in the Bible that supports homosexual practice.

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Guaranteed

2. The resurrection of Jesus guarantees security. No matter how unpredictable and out-of-control your life feels, Jesus is reigning, and he will continue to reign until the final enemy is under his feet (1 Corinthians 15:25). That doesn’t mean you won’t experience pain and hurt in this world, but it does mean there’s nothing that Jesus does not know about, cannot intervene in, or alter altogether.

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Ask Pastor John

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

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Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing - CNN.com

Boston (CNN) Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, his face a blank, stood with his head bowed and his hands clasped as the guilty verdicts tolled one after another for what seemed like an eternity: Guilty of using weapons of mass destruction, guilty of bombing a place of public use, guilty of conspiracy and aiding and abetting. Guilty, guilty, guilty: The word was spoken 32 times.

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Adoption Doesn’t ‘Fix’ Kids

For the nearly 400,000 kids in the US foster care system, such instability and pain are inevitable. Many children behave like Donna’s son did, operating out of fear and control. They needed that mental “survival mode” to withstand the trauma of their earlier childhood, and once in a healthy family environment, they cannot simply turn it off.

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3 Ways to Disrupt Your Twenties

Many people only choose to pursue counseling later in life after things have started to fall apart. Unfortunately, by that point, much of what you’re doing is damage control. But there’s another option. By pursuing counseling in your twenties you can get out in front of potentially crippling problems and put a plan in place to avoid them in the future.

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When Packing for TGC15, Leave Room for Discounted Books

“[These] one thousand pages and more than half a million words . . . constitute the largest and most comprehensive exposition to date on the theology of the English Puritans. It is a remarkable achievement. . . . There are too many outstanding features of this volume to list them adequately. The sheer range of theology covered—each locus in the theological encyclopedia is touched on—is breathtaking; the focus of attention on some of the most significant thinkers, preachers, and writers (who were men who, to a remarkable degree, combined all three) is profoundly impressive. These pages are not replete with complexities and obscurities. Nor are they light reading. . . . But if you share the concern of the Puritans to think biblically in order to live to the glory of God, these pages will prove to be a goldmine.” (From the foreword by Sinclair Ferguson. See also this interview with Joel Beeke .)

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A gospel-focused reenergizing of politics

Those who wish to retreat are wrong. Pulling back from politics or cultural engagement is the wrong approach. What we need is actually a reenergizing of politics. Many have rightly grown cynical of movements that are willing to adopt allies that are gospel heretics as long as they are politically correct (such as Glen Beck or Donald Trump). They are disenchanted with movements that seem more content to vaporize opponents with sound-bytes rather than to engage in a long-term strategy of providing a theology of gospel-focused action in the public square.

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"Held Fast to Hold Fast" - by Robert Vogel

The bi-weekly Chapel service on the campus of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Chapel is livestreamed every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am during the semester. Join us at sbts.edu . Today's message from Hebrews 4:14 -16 was delivered by Robert Vogel, the Carl E. Bates Professor of Christian Preaching at Southern Seminary.

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Help Me Face Today

What does God say about fear and trust in him? So many things. But it was new to me that (depending on the translation) more than 300 verses in the Bible contain the phrase “fear not.” God is familiar with the cares of his creatures — and perhaps most notably in Isaiah 41:10. I love how Trillia draws this out:

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Naive Young Evangelicals and the Illiberal DNA of the Gay Rights Movement - Mere Orthodoxy | Christianity, Politics, and Culture

Now, momentarily return to that peculiar and strange thought that same-sex sexual relationships, whatever other goods have, lack particular features which make heterosexual relationships morally unique. Given human sexuality’s clear importance, and given humanity’s truth-telling nature, what kind of artifice would need to be in place to support and sustain such a deception within a society over a long period of time? What kind of intervention into the course of normal human affairs would a society have to undertake in order to obscure the morally relevant differences between those forms of sexual behavior that can generate children and those that cannot?  What kind of construct would we have to build in order to maintain the premise that all consenting erotic associations are equal, that the union of the lives of two adults (even where children are introduced via the tragedy beneath adoption or through the artifice of technology) is of the same kind as those families where a man and a woman’s love and life together introduces a third member into the community who bears witness, with

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Ligonier.org

RB: First, I always start by asking for clarification about what she means by “Christian,” often requesting that she share her testimony (and offering to share mine as well). She may tell me that she is a Christian because she believes in Jesus and said the sinner’s prayer at a certain moment in her childhood. She also may tell me that she has a “high view” of Scripture and believes that the historic Christian church has misrepresented the issue of homosexuality. As I listen, I pray for the Lord to give me not only the words to say, but a transparent kindness that can uphold the weight of these words. I say I am glad that she believes in Jesus, but I share that the Bible calls for more than that, as even the trembling demons believe in Jesus. The Bible defines a Christian in a fuller way, including an understanding that:

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Obama Concerned About 'Less Than Loving' Christians at White House Easter Prayer Breakfast

President Barack Obama went off-script during remarks at the White House Easter Prayer Breakfast Tuesday morning to say he is concerned about Christians who are "less than loving" in their expressions.

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59 A Question From India on God’s Personhood
60 Al Sharpton Urges Followers Not to 'Boo' Ben Carson as Neurosurgeon Prepares to Address Tough Crowd at NAN Convention
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63 'Left Behind' Sequel Announced, Bible Apocalypse Movie to Pick Up After Rapture
64 30 Events that Shaped the Church
65 The Pastor and Christian Apologetics | William Lane Craig
66 A Panel on Homosexuality and the Church
67 Christian Youth in America
68 Losing a Baby, Not Losing My Faith
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71 Fast Food Scientists Have Just Created Pepperoni Pizza Fries
72 Is this the end?: The quest for a global Islam and the hope of Christian eschatology
73 Nick Vujicic Meets Manny Pacquiao Ahead of Floyd Mayweather Jr. Fight; Says He Is Praying But Not Taking Sides
74 Enter [Science] Fictional Messiah - "Wind and Shadow" and "Daystar" by Kathy Tyers
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