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The Definitive Ranking of Christian Superheroes

Ranking 10 of Christian culture's most notable superheroes.

Escaping Redemption With Don Draper

In the end, 'Mad Men' found that grace is a stubborn thing.

The New Humanists: In The Atlantic, Erik Larson Aptly Puts a Name on a Movement

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

The Altered States of Contemplative Prayer

  Today we’re talking about Contemplative Prayer. Right off the bat, we need to define our words. When we warn you of the dangers of Contemplative Prayer, what we’re not talking about is meditating on God’s Word or contemplating His holy nature and character. We are talking about the man-made methodologies used as a spiritual …

Bishop T.D. Jakes Adds Joyce Meyer, Christine Caine to Lineup of MegaFest Speakers Who've Reached 1 Million People Worldwide

Megachurch pastor Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter's House in Dallas, Texas, has added internationally-acclaimed pastor Joyce Meyer and Australian activist Christine Caine to the powerhouse lineup of speakers that are set to hit the stage this summer at MegaFest, the nation's largest Christian family festival.

An Incredible Audition Shows Us the Epic Battle Between Good and Evil

When this dance troupe UDI takes the stage no one really knows what to expect, but the fact that it will be something they are not used too. Your jaw will be on the floor when you see their performance … WOW!

Here’s the First Trailer for ‘Steve Jobs’

The first trailer for the Aaron Sorkin-penned, Danny Boyle-directed biopic Steve Jobs has arrived. Thanks to the Sony email leaks, we know that the script and film have a famously tumultuous past, getting dropped by the studio (before getting picked up Universal). It also had its initial star, Christian Bale, back out. But, as this trailer shows, the current cast—including Michael Fassbender, Seth Rogan, Kate Winslet and Jeff Daniels—and fresh concept (the movie unfolds over just three scenes), the vision for this film is miles apart from poorly received Ashton Kutcher effort Jobs four years ago ...

20 Kids Get on Stage and Blow the Judges Away With Their Awesome Dance Moves!

Many dance groups try and audition for a chance to win the top spot on the popular hit reality TV show "Britain's Got Talent," but things usually don't work out for the best. Most of the time it's because they're too similar and don't bring anything new to the stage. Entity Allstars get up there and do something that no one was expecting, and It worked perfectly!

Carrie Underwood's 'Something in the Water' Scores Top Christian Song at Billboard Music Awards

Carrie Underwood won the Billboard Music Award for Top Christian Song with her hit "Something in the Water" on Sunday night.

This Police Officer Was A Moment Away From Being Shot and Killed, But Jesus Christ Saved Him!

A police officer, Ali Perez, got a call to check out a building where a criminal was suspected to be hiding. As he leads his team into the room, he is shot by a man several times and hits the ground. As he lays hopeless on the floor, and a gun to him, he sees Jesus and everything changes.

What One Man Does for a Lady in a Wheelchair Will Restore Your Faith in Humanity

Ridge Quarles has worked at Qudoba for about 5 years now. By this time he knows his regular customers pretty well, some even by name. When one of his regulars comes in for lunch, he goes to check on her and make sure she is OK. Then she asks him to do something and it will warm your heart!

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WORLD | Dire prediction | Mindy Belz | May 30, 2015

The Obama administration, and most Americans, have decided it’s OK to let the open warfare in the Middle East run, to lead from behind regional powers that themselves appear intent on operating as jihadi states. It’s OK to allow key diplomatic opportunities to slip. Obama negotiated a nuclear deal with Iran, Syria’s chief backer, without making it contingent on a negotiated peace in Syria. His administration has failed to bother pressuring Turkey, a member of NATO, while it provides aid and comfort to jihadist forces.

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Eco-consciousness advocates seek to justify opposition to God’s command for us to ‘be fruitful and…

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Click to support Help Sweetcakes by melissa

Let's help the Kleins through this hard time as they fight for religous freedom; which they are not just fighting for themselves but for all of us as our freedoms are threatened. They have been struggling financially ever since they were forced to close the doors of their bakery in 2013 as their income was basically cut in half. If they are forced to pay the damages to the lesbian couple they will be in much worse shape than they are now. They are pioneers in standing strong for the Lord and have been very courageous and steadfast throughout this whole ordeal. Please let's rally around them to help ease the stress of everyday expenses and unexpected urgent needs. Thank you for your desire to help the Klein family, they will certainly appreciate it.

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The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything

What are miracles, and why do so many people believe in them? What do they tell us about ourselves?  And what do we do with experiences that we...

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How weird is our Solar System?

It's still too soon to know for sure how odd the solar system is (odd like your quirky uncle, or odd like a leprechaun riding a unicorn?), but scientists are already trying to explain why it might be so. If it turns out to be a cosmological anomaly, then so might be Earth - and life. Maybe, we really are special.

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The Jihad Triangle (David Wood)

http://www.answeringmuslims.com Many people are confused by jihad. If Islam is a religion of peace, why is there a persistent problem of radicalism in the Muslim world? If Islam is the problem, why are there so many peaceful Muslims? In this video, David Wood explains that jihad isn't the product of a single factor, but of three factors: belief, knowledge, and obedience. These three factors come together in what we'll call "The Jihad Triangle."

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Lucille Is Silent: B. B. King Dies at 89

Now that King has died, attention will turn to his legacy. Can we not pause and honor an octogenarian who so loved his craft and calling that he didn’t give up? To be in your 80s and belt out lyrics, to have that burst of energy like a racehorse out of the gate—is that not commendable? When it comes to his legacy I go back to the summer night in 2008 and a consummate performer giving it all he had.  

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How Lloyd-Jones Makes Me a Better Dad

Or I think about the delight of Lloyd-Jones’s youngest daughter, Ann, as she remembered how her father would play with her on the way to Westminster Chapel. On Sundays, as a little girl, Ann would ride the train with Lloyd-Jones. There were 12 stops in between their station and Westminster. The rule was that he would go over his sermon notes through the first station, and then for the next 11 stops he would play a game with her. Can you imagine him in his black three-piece suit playing children’s games just before he is about to preach? One stop for sermon preparation. Eleven stops for kid’s games.

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TGC Welcomes Two New Council Members

Julius Kim is the dean of students and an associate professor of practical theology at Westminster Seminary California . Prior to taking his current position, Kim ministered in a variety of ecclesiastical and academic settings. He has served in Presbyterian Church in America churches in California and Illinois. His current church calling is as associate pastor of New Life Presbyterian Church in Escondido. Kim also continues to serve the broader Christian community as a preacher, speaker, and ministry consultant—especially for the Korean American church. While in Illinois, he taught undergraduate communications at Trinity International University and church history at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has also been a visiting scholar with the faculty of divinity at Cambridge University. He is the author of a new book on preaching entitled  Preaching the Whole Counsel of God: Design and Deliver Gospel-Centered Sermons  to be published by Zondervan during the fall of 2015. 

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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.

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Theology Feud Pits Half of Town's Protestant Churches Against Another

One described it as a “landmark series” and an “unprecedented step” that “demonstrate[s] in a very real way the unity of the 'body of Christ' in Fountain Hills.” Another stated , “Imagine Baptists united with Lutherans working side-by-side with Presbyterians, all while holding the raised hands of charismatics.”

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Sister Momeka: Liberate Christian Lands from ISIS

“The single delegate whose visitor visa was denied happens to be the group’s only Christian from Iraq. Sister Diana Momeka of the Dominican Sisters of Saint Catherine of Siena was informed on Tuesday by the US consulate in Erbil that her non-immigrant-visa application has been rejected.” Shea said the nun told her that her status as a displaced person was the reason she was given for the visa denial.

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Calvinism, Prophecy, and Premillennialism - The Master's Seminary

All these [prophetic] texts are to my mind plain prophecies of Christ’s second coming and kingdom. All are yet without their accomplishment, and all shall yet be literally and exactly fulfilled. I say “literally and exactly fulfilled,” and I say so advisedly. From the first day that I began to read the Bible with my heart, I have never been able to see these texts, and hundreds like them, in any other light. It always seemed to me that as we take literally the texts foretelling that the walls of Babylon shall be cast down, so we ought to take literally the texts foretelling that the walls of Zion shall be built up—that as according to prophecy the Jews were literally scattered, so according to prophecy the Jews will be literally gathered—and that as the least and minutest predictions were made good on the subject of our Lord’s coming to suffer, so the minutest predictions shall be made good which describe our Lord’s coming to reign. ( Wheat or Chaff?,  85)

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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.

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Adnan Syed May Get a Chance at Release

The man at the center of the Serial podcast has a chance at freedom. The legal team for Adnan Syed, who was convicted of the murder of his classmate and ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee 15 years ago, has been granted the permission to petition courts for “post-conviction relief,” and possibly the ability to have a new witness testify on his behalf. A similar request was rejected last year. The judge ruled to allow the petition following the filing of an affidavit of a former classmate of the couple, Asia McClain, who—as podcast listeners know—said that she saw Syed at the school’s library at the same time that police say Lee was murdered. From here, the Baltimore City Circuit Court must agree to take up the petition. The court could potentially reduce Syed’s sentence or ever overturn his conviction ...

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Professor explains how his study of the historical Jesus made him leave atheism

Some have great confidence in skeptical scholarship, and I once did, perhaps more than anyone else. If anyone thinks they are assured in their unbelief, I was more committed: born of unbelieving parents, never baptized or dedicated; on scholarly credentials, a PhD from a secular university; as to zeal, mocking the church; as to ideological righteousness, totally radicalized. But whatever intellectual superiority I thought I had over Christians, I now count it as sheer ignorance. Indeed, I count everything in my former life as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing the historical Jesus who is also the risen Lord. For his sake, I have given up trying to be a hipster atheist. I consider that old chestnut pure filth, in order that I may gain Christ and be found in him, not having a CV that will gain me tenure at an Ivy League school, but knowing that I’ve bound myself to Jesus—and where he is, there I shall also be.

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The Hardest Peace

Kara Tippetts, a 38-year-old mother of four, died of breast cancer this spring. Rather than demanding death with dignity, Tippetts exemplified dignity while dying. Her final book, The Hardest Peace: Expecting Grace in the Midst of Life’s Hard , chronicles her journey. Tippetts tells her story with deep awareness that she won’t find the other side of cancer on this side of heaven. Many of us pray we never have to taste her particular brand of vinegar—but some of us will. Her experiences ensure readers they will find gain in the midst of loss, even if they lose their lives.

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Cornel West, Robert George: Universities shouldn't be 'safe spaces'

“The only way we can have a hope of being on the right side is to think as critically and carefully as we can and engage with people who don’t see it the way we do,” said George, with West adding that if students do not examine their assumptions and leave the university as a more developed person then they are wasting their parents money.

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Lecrae Wins Top Christian Album at Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas

During his speech at the Grammys, Lecrae praised God for his talents and said: "Love and respect to everybody out here because this is a celebration of gifts. And there's so many people out here who are gifted, but obviously you can't celebrate gives without celebrating the giver of all gifts. So I want to celebrate Jesus for gifting us all with the gift of love and sacrifice," he said.

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Talbot Seminary on Twitter

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WORLD | Black & blue | Feb. 21, 2015

CAMDEN COUNTY Police Lt. Richard Verticelli was a SWAT commander in Camden, N.J.’s worst days: when it was the poorest, most violent city in the country. At the peak of violence in 2012, someone shot someone every 32 hours on average. The city of 80,000 across the Delaware River from Philadelphia reportedly had the purest heroin in the country. That year a Camden mom beheaded her 2-year-old while high. Veteran officers recall wrestling criminals high on drugs, along with shoot-outs, and responding to one homicide only to hear another shooting in progress a block away. Verticelli and his fellow officers remember viewing themselves as a military organization in a war with Camden.

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J. Warner Wallace on Twitter

The Early Dating Timeline (for details see Cold-Case Christianity)! http://www.amazon.com/Cold-Case-Christianity-Homicide-Detective-Investigates/dp/1434704696/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8 … pic.twitter.com/vYgegusdAH

26 Is Apologetics Really Needed? Answering Objections to Apologetics - www.ThePoachedEgg.net/mobile

Apologetics, the study and practice of defending the Christian faith, has always been a part of the historical church. In fact, it dates back to the New Testament when the Apostle Paul entered the Greek city of Athens and debated the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers (see Acts 17). The Apostle Peter even commanded his readers to always be “ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you” (1 Pet. 3:15; NASB). Defending the faith continued on after the apostolic era with Christian theologians and philosophers developing arguments for God’s existence, defending miracles, and providing good reasons to believe that Jesus is the Son of God and that he was raised from the dead. Even today, especially in the last several decades, Apologetics continues to thrive as apologists like William Lane Craig and the popular Lee Strobel develop and write about the arguments and reasons for faith in God and Christ.

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How Extreme Is Your Love?

“I pray that out of his glorious riches he may strengthen you with power through his Spirit in your inner being, so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge—that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.

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What I Learned from Pastoring a 106 Year Old Widow

Brian Croft has served in pastoral ministry for twenty years and is currently senior pastor of Auburndale Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky. He is also the founder of Practical Shepherding, a nonprofit organization providing practical resources for pastors and church leaders all around the world. He has authored over a dozen books and travels all over the world, speaking at conferences, preaching at local churches, and training pastors. He is the coauthor (with Austin Walker) of Caring for Widows: Ministering God's Grace .

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Dear Graduates, A Glorious Commencement Awaits

There is a greater commencement that is coming, and when we get to that commencement, we will wear robes again—not our academic robes at that commencement, but the pure robes of the righteousness of Jesus Christ. (Rev. 7:9-10) . . . That is where we are headed if we are followers of Jesus. So be faithful—live with courage and hope in obedience to the cause of the gospel. And then we will see each other there at the more glorious commencement that is coming!

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Why is there Evil? Frank Turek speaks from his book Stealing From God

Why is there Evil? Frank Turek speaks from his book Stealing From God

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RELEVANT Podcast: Jon Acuff

I think Jesse should get a tattoo of the Oriental Yeti. On podcast 189 Jesse brought a slice about this beast (12:35) and later in the show Jesse dared a Relevant staff member to get a tattoo of it on his 'dare leg', and Josh Lujan Loveless, speaking on behalf of Relevant in Cameron's absence, offered for Relevant to pay for it. (28:25) I think Jesse should take his own dare and get this tattoo on his leg and it can be the beginning of his 'dare leg'. Also I feel that Josh's commitment should be honoured and Relevant should pay for it.

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ISIS has claimed its biggest victory in nearly a year

"Most of the troops withdrew from the operations command headquarters and Daesh fighters managed to break in from the southern gate," the officer said. Daesh is an Arabic name for Islamic State.

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What to Do When Your Life Doesn’t Go as Planned

My life is taking a very different path than I planned. Some of it is amazing and exciting: I’ve traveled, advanced my education and started a great career. However, despite all the good things happening in my life, I found myself swimming in disillusionment as I turned 30. At the time, I was reeling from a messy breakup that left me feeling as far as I had ever been from checking off that marriage and family box. My longing to achieve the next target in life began to kill my ability to enjoy living life in the present. I simply couldn’t see that success and fulfillment in life are not measured by the number of milestones we check off a list imposed upon us by an intangible source.

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Southern Seminary on Twitter

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724. Will God Send Me To Hell For Not Believing In Jesus?

Frank Turek tells us the real reason people will be sent to hell.

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Pitch Perfect 2

Pitch Perfect 2 certainly pulls that off. It has all the a capella numbers, transgressive humor, and quiet self-awareness of its own absurdity that it needs to be just as fun as the first. I walked out and checked my watch, and was startled to discover it was almost two hours long. It's like a pure Red Bull shot in the arm, and that's all most viewers will want.

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Ross Douthat on Twitter

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http://erlc.com/ethicsseminar/

The inaugural 2015 ERLC Academy seminar will be "Introduction to Christian Ethics" with ERLC president Russell Moore as your professor. This seminar is for Christians who want to strengthen their understanding of ethics; whether you are a college or seminary student taking this for course credit with a partner school or simply an interested pastor or lay leader.

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14. Hasn’t science buried God?

Dr. Andy Bannister ( http://bit.ly/andybannister ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Hasn’t science buried God?". Want to read more widely on this subject? Check out John Lennox's book, "God's Undertaker: Has Science Buried God?" ( http://bit.ly/1za4hEA ) This video is episode 14 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": http://bit.ly/sabqvideo More about RZIM Canada: http://www.rzim.ca/

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WORLD | U.S. aided arms flow from Benghazi to Syria | J.C. Derrick | May 18, 2015

Previous reports , including one by WORLD in 2013 , have linked U.S. involvement in Libya to arms flowing into Syria, but the new documents provide the first verification that contradicts administration officials and congressional Democrats who maintained there was no evidence to support it. The documents provide further confirmation that the CIA and the State Department—under then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton—received immediate intelligence that the attack was committed by al-Qaeda- and Muslim Brotherhood-linked brigades, even as Clinton and other officials claimed it was the result of rioting against a Muslim-bashing video.

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Crossway on Twitter

Three great books coming out this month. Why choose? Get all three! ( http://cway.to/1QPhJDH  ) pic.twitter.com/Pi8nn2eRPs

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700 Kenyan Evangelical Pastors Urge Obama Not to 'Preach' Gay Marriage Support During Visit; Archbishop Accuses Obama of 'Ruining' American Society

President Barack Obama has been urged by the Evangelical Alliance of Kenya, comprised of 700 pastors, not to "preach" and impose his views in support of same-sex marriage on the Kenyan people when he visits the African country in July.

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10 Interesting Facts About Evangelicals From Pew's Religion Report

The big story this week from Pew Research Center's report, " America's Changing Religious Landscape ," was the sharp decline in the number of Christians and large growth in those who are unaffiliated with any religion. Digging deeper, the report contains interesting news about Evangelicals.

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"Lying: The Case Against Deception" Apologetics Book Trailer

"Lying: The Case Against Dishonesty" http://amzn.to/1cfShXC If honesty is the best policy, why do we lie? Why do so many leaders who make public policy seem to be habitual liars? We all know the world would be better if people lied less often. In "Lying: The Case Against Dishonesty," Mike Robinson defines and categorizes the many varieties of lies we tell—from mistaken individuals to perjury-filled politicians to lies that save the lives of innocent people, herein is a fascinating volume that will engage your mind and heart. Robinson contends that lying is wrong and we should aim to be more honest with ourselves and others. This unique book on lying and dishonesty cannot be ignored by religious people or skeptics. It demonstrates, with an easy-flowing style, that all people lie and we deceive others too often—so lying must be faced head on. Yes, "Lying: The Case Against Dishonesty" provides precise arguments in a simple-to-understand way, as Robinson offers deep scriptural, apologetic, and philosophical truths concerning lying. If, as a Christian, you know that lying is wrong, but you don't know how to demonstrate this fact, then this book will help clear it up.

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Why Is Mount St. Helens Important to the Origins Controversy?

On May 18, 1980, a catastrophic geologic event occurred that not only shocked the world because of its explosive power, but challenged the foundation of evolutionary theory. That event was the eruption of Mount St. Helens in the state of Washington. The eruption of Mount St. Helens is regarded by many as the most significant geologic event of the 20th century, excelling all others in its extraordinary documentation and scientific study. Undeniable facts confront us. Although not the most powerful explosion of the last century, Mount St. Helens provided a significant learning experience within a natural laboratory for the understanding of catastrophic geologic processes.

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Could God Be Evil?

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org William Lane Craig was invited by the undergraduate Christian Union at Imperial College, London to give a lunch-time lecture on "The Evidence for God". Dr. Craig presented seven arguments and then invited questions from the student audience. The lecture was web streamed at the time. This is a high definition film recording of the event which includes the previously unseen Q&A session. Imperial College, London, United Kingdom -- October 18, 2011 We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: http://www.youtube.com/reasonablefait... Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reasonablefai...

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Charlie Hebdo Suspends Columnist Who Received Death Threats for Bashing Radical Islam; Fellow Writer Claims Newspaper Is Hypocritical in Taking Disciplinary Action

A man holds the new issue of satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo entitled "Tout est pardonne" ("All is forgiven"), which shows a caricature of the Muslim prophet Muhammad, in front of a kiosk in Paris January 14, 2015. The first edition of Charlie Hebdo published after the deadly attacks by Islamist gunmen sold out within minutes at newspaper kiosks around France on Wednesday, with people queuing up to buy copies to support the satirical weekly. A print run of up to three million copies has been set for what has been called "the survivors' edition," dwarfing the usual 60,000 run.

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WORLD | Growing pains, great gains | June Cheng | May 30, 2015

Yet this ever-expanding group of first-generation Christians is facing the growing pains of maturing in a society that has erased God from the public sphere for more than half a century. After professing Christ, many young believers don’t know how to discern between truth and lies. Deep-seated attitudes developed by a lifetime of Communist propaganda and atheist education are difficult to shake. The legal illegitimacy of house churches slows down discipleship: In some, pastors abort their babies, marriages split, children leave the church, and cults cajole the gullible.

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Truth Festival

www.TruthFestival.org Come celebrate Truth, Life, and Love at the first Truth Festival! This is a free grassroots event involving music, food, art, speakers, topical booths, activities for children, and free giveaways! Schedule: Saturday May 30, 2015 Stowe Park, Belmont, North Carolina

51 Mockingbird on Twitter
52 Girl Scouts of America Allows Boys Who Identify as Girls to Join Troops; Opponent Says Policy Is 'Slap in the Face to Christian Parents'
53 Ligonier.org
54 15. How can you really know what is true?
55 All God’s Children: The Spiritual Cost of Opportunity Inequality
56 Scott Klusendorf - When Perfection Kills
57 Report: ISIS Kills Hundreds During Takeover of Large Iraqi City
58 Renewing Your Mind | The Dark Side of Islam, Part 1 | May 18, 2015
59 16. If God, why is there evil?
60 The Bloody Business of Killing Sin
61 WORLD | Following Jesus the public enemy | D.C. Innes | May 18, 2015
62 Former Mars Hill Pastor Mark Driscoll Returns to Seattle to Preach at Gold Creek Community Church
63 The Courage to Build for the Future
64 David Lynch Will Be Directing the ‘Twin Peaks’ Reboot, After All
65 Jad Gillies and Taya Smith: Episode 321
66 Jeb Bush Says Christian Businesses Should Be Allowed to Deny Services for Gay Weddings; Same-Sex Marriage Not a Constitutional Right
67 #HaveTheCourage
68 Life-Changing Sermons
69 Greg Stier on Twitter
70 ISIS Captures Key Iraqi City of Ramadi as Government Forces Retreat; Sources Report Burned Bodies, Mass Executions, 'Bloodbath' of Families
71 Biola University on Twitter
72 Faithful Thinkers: Book Review: Rock Solid- Reasons to Believe Six Crucial Biblical Truths
73 Who’s Been Left Behind? - Christian Research Institute
74 Number of PCUSA Congregations Slips Below 10,000 Mark
75 More Spalled Concrete
76 Answers in Genesis on Twitter
77 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
78 5 Ways Porn Ruins Relationships
79 Crossway on Twitter
80 WORLD | Dutch court: Euthanasia no longer requires a doctor’s order | Courtney Crandell | May 18, 2015
81 This Is Why You Don't Crowdsource Your Country's Flag Design
82 Jude Law to Star in HBO’s ‘The Young Pope’ Miniseries
83 Albert Mohler on Twitter
84 WORLD | Two views of humanity | Andrée Seu Peterson | May 18, 2015
85 723. Does Science Clash With Scripture?
86 The Briefing 05-18-15
87 WORLD | Nearly a year after Hobby Lobby, contraceptive mandate still unresolved | Mary Reichard | May 18, 2015
88 Giving and Receiving God's Grace