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Fond of a fry up? Partial to pancakes? If you share Jesus’ heart for people living in extreme poverty, join us with a Big Brekkie fundraiser.

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Join us as we celebrate God's faithfulness to our graduates. Southern Seminary's graduation will be live streamed on Friday, May 20 at 10 a.m.

An Invitation from Greg to Join Us on the STR Cruise

Our August 6–13 cruise is rapidly approaching. If you’ve never heard John Stonestreet and J. Warner Wallace speak before, you’re missing out; I always find them absolutely riveting. The topics we've planned the cruise were chosen to reflect Stand to Reason’s mission statement: “Confidence for every Christian, clear thinking for...

Archbishop of Canterbury: "We have learnt to do racism" - premier

The Archbishop of Canterbury has warned that the UK has "learnt to do racism", but he praised the UK's growing interfaith engagement. 

Watch The Lone Bellow and Blind Boys of Alabama Perform the Worshipful ‘Watch Over Us’

We finally have a quality video of The Lone Bellow and The Blind Boys of Alabama performing together at the Eaux Claires Music Festival last year, which released this week in the lead up to this summer’s festival. The lyrics to the soulful ballad from Then Came the Morning—which was produced by The National's Aaron Dessner—read like a spiritual hymn: Watch over us / Watch over us / When my hands are tired / When my strength is gone Last spring, the band talked to RELEVANT about recording the album that focuses on finding beauty in everyday life,“I think the real challenge in making something worthwhile is in the celebration of the mundane and finding beauty in the 24-hour period of a day.” Enjoy the most soulful 4-minutes of your day.

Book by Douglas Axe Shows the Key to Understanding Origins Is the "Design Intuition" -- Pre-Order Now!

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What's Going on in Canada's Parliament?

Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada and President Obama's bromance partner, apologized last night for accidentally elbowing a Parliament member, Ruth Ellen Brosseau. The Canadian Parliament was preparing to vote on a controversial assisted-suicide bill when a bit of chaos began. Trudeau walked onto the House of Commons floor to guide a lawmaker to his seat and (he says) accidentally elbowed Brosseau. A yelling match started and other members of Parliament rushed to the floor. It was kind of like a hockey game, which of course Canadians love. Trudeau publicly apologized to Brosseau soon after. All things considered, this melee was small-scale compared to other confrontations in Parliaments around the world.

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1 Ligonier Ministries

Ligonier Ministries’ 2007 National Conference, Contending for the Truth, will equip believers to answer the false claims of postmodernism, naturalism, and our culture’s other atheistic theories.  Dr. Sproul is joined by other Christian scholars, pastors, and leaders, including John MacArthur, … Learn More

2 Grace to You Radio

A one-minute radio feature where John MacArthur applies biblical truth to daily living.

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http://conference.thegospelcoalition.org/2016

We invite you to the conference for women, but not all about women. It's a gathering of women around the Word of God. To this third TGC Women's Conference, we come joyfully but soberly, knowing that suffering meets us at every hand, right at home and all across the globe. What better book for us in 2016 than 1 Peter—packed with gospel perspective on our short lives. It's a little epistle, but it gives us a big view of who we are in Christ and how we are to live as redeemed sojourners in this world. How do we stand firm in God's true grace? How do we offer a strong shining witness to Jesus Christ even in the midst of fiery trials? Peter points us insistently to the Lord Jesus, to his suffering on our behalf, and to the resurrection life he makes possible for those who believe in him. At TGCW16 we won't be getting away from real life; we will be seeing it clearly, in light of gospel help and hope. By God's grace, we will go away better prepared to live and share resurrection life, in a world of suffering.

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Grace to You

After the miraculous feeding of the 5,000, Jesus was challenged by the crowd to perform an even greater miracle in John 6:30.“Our fathers ate the manna,” they said (v. 31), implying that Jesus’ miraculous feeding was a small miracle compared to what Moses did. In order for them to believe in Him, they would need to see Him feed the nation of Israel on the same scale that God did when He sent manna and fed the entire nation of Israel during their wilderness wanderings for 40 years (Ex. 16:11–36).They were demanding that Jesus outdo Moses if they were to believe in Him.

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InterVarsity Names a Historic New President

“Tom’s story reflects the way the gospel intersects the ‘model minority’ narrative,” said Greg Jao, a fellow InterVarsity vice president, in an email to CT. “He’s an academic all-star who has submitted to Jesus’ claims to his talent and future. He’s wrestled with obtaining parental approval. He’s broken through the bamboo ceiling that often confronts Asian Americans in the corporate world.”

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New Provost Announced

Taylor will occupy the pivotal second ranking position at Biola University in her role as Provost and Senior Vice President. As Biola’s chief academic officer, Taylor will work closely with President Corey in envisioning and leading all academic programs as Biola continues to build and strengthen its global presence in Christian higher education. In addition, she will work with academic administrators, deans and faculty on day-to-day academic issues including faculty recruitment, promotion and tenure; new academic programming initiatives; and faculty development. She will also continue serving as a member of the President’s Administrative Council and its Executive Committee.

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Culture’s Definition of ‘Calling’ Is Different Than God’s

In today’s culture we throw the word "calling" around so nonchalantly. We act as if it’s some elusive, mythical creature like the unicorn. Sometimes finding your calling is easy, while other times it’s like trying to nail jello to the wall. About the time you get it nailed down you notice things start to slip. Over the years students have asked me how to know they are called to do something. My answer has always been the same, "If you can’t do anything else and be happy, then you’re called." If you can do anything else and be happy, then go do it.

8 Lecrae and Christine Caine Just Released a Book with the Same Title, on the Same Week

Well, this is awkward. Hip-hop star Lecrae and activist Christine Caine both have new books out this month. They just happened to have the exact same title and were released within seven days of each other. Even the covers of Unashamed are remarkably similar: Both feature a black and white photo of the books’ authors, with brightly colored lettering over the images.

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Child-Like Humility Produces Peace

A recently weaned child is a child who has experienced deprivation, disappointment, confusion, and grief. Such a child who has quieted his soul and is peacefully sitting beside his mother, no longer demanding what has been denied to him, is a child who has submitted his will to his mother’s will. The reasons why being denied his mother’s breast is the best thing for him are still “too great” for him to understand. But he has endured the struggle, worked through the grief, dried the tears, and is finally willing to trust his mother’s wisdom that “solid food is for the mature” (Hebrews 5:14). He is beginning to bear the peaceful fruit that comes from the discipline of a loving parent’s training (Hebrews 12:11).

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I'm Turning 40 Today. Can You Help Me Build a Well?

Today is my 40th birthday and I want to do something a little different to mark my transition into "middle age." I have been inspired to give to people who are less fortunate than me. Sadly, millions of people have limited access to fresh water. As a result, there is widespread disease and even death in many developing countries. In Uganda alone, for instance, one in five children under the age of five dies as a result of diarrheal disease, which could be largely avoided with safe water.

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Methodists Won’t Vote on Gay Marriage This Year After All

Update (May 19): The United Methodist Church, under rising pressure from both sides to decide whether to allow same-sex marriage or non-celibate gay clergy, squeaked out of this year’s General Conference with a decision to punt the question to a committee.

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12 Songs That Need to Be on Your Summer Playlist

Memorial Day is a mere matter of days away, people. Summer is (almost) here. And, you've probably noticed already, we’re in the middle of a super exciting time for music, with truly fresh tracks coming out on the weekly. So to help you make the most of all your cooking-out, pool-sitting, beach-tripping plans, we're providing the soundtrack.

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Women Teaching Men — How Far Is Too Far?

An externally focused, rule-based approach to women teaching co-ed audiences in the church neither reflects nor honors the beauty of God’s design. God wants us to have a grace-soaked, joyous spirit that delights in honoring headship as a beautiful aspect of his good and wise plan — one that respects and engages men and women as joint-heirs and co-workers who wholeheartedly exercise their gifts together in the service of each other and the advance of the gospel. God is far more concerned that we have the right heart and spirit, than that we fall in line with man-made flashpoints.

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We Need More Millennial Leaders

Communication has a changed a lot in recent years. 
Our speech isn’t just about what comes out of our mouth. It’s what we tweet, share, post on Facebook, pin, and Instagram. 
The way we communicate, both in our content and our delivery says a lot about our character. If our emotional immaturity is evident in how we express ourselves, people will not look up to us. 
A great way to set an example with our speech is to consider how those we respect speak: Are they always ranting about something that bothers them? Do they make issues more intense than they need to be? Or are the people you respect more level-headed, in control, thoughtful and considerate?

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The Story Behind dc Talk's Reunion Cruise

I had few feelings, I saw a few things where people took shots at different individuals. One guy took a shot at me saying, “Kevin should know better, this is obviously just a cash grab for him. He’s never done this before so why is he doing it now? He must really need money.” I’m cool with people saying anything about me but when they talk about my family intentionally or unintentionally it kind of bothers me. Every band that gets back together gets paid. It’s not like anybody would do it for free.

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What the Bleep Does the Bible Say About Profanity?

I think it is useful to distinguish between profanity and obscenity. Obscenity is a subset of profanity, together with words that treat God's name irreverently or words that take His holy actions lightly. Thus, for example, only God has the right to damn someone to Hell, so damning someone or something, or telling someone to go to Hell, or using the word Hell as though it's not a reality, all fail to treat God with reverence. To my knowledge, no Biblical author does this, certainly not in a casual way that really have nothing to do with condemnation or Hell. Increasingly, however, Christians are beginning to do so (e.g., by saying something is a "helluva" good thing, or by saying "OMG" merely to express surprise or strong emotion).

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William Lane Craig Q&A: If God Knows My Decisions How Do I Have Free Will?

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org If God knows my decisions before I make them, does that mean I am not making free choices? What is Divine Fatalism? What impact does God's foreknowledge have on decision making? This is a question that Dr William Lane Craig answered during the 2013 Apologetics Canada Conference question and answer period. 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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The Darker Side of LGBT Theology: From Queer Christ to Transgender Christ | The Stream

There is a darker side to LGBT theology, a side that goes far beyond seeking to legitimize same-sex relationships in the name of the Lord. It is a side that seriously perverts the Scriptures and creates a Jesus in its own image — a queer Christ and beyond.

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The Argument from Reason

http://www.acts17.net/2012/12/what-is... Many atheists believe that argumentation can prove that God doesn't exist. But if Naturalism is true, human reasoning ability is unreliable on a fundamental level and can't prove anything, let alone theological or metaphysical claims. Hence, Naturalism is self-refuting, for it undermines any confidence we might have in our ability to defend it. If we are to trust our reasoning ability, it must be grounded in something other than random mutation and natural selection. Theism offers such a foundation.

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Yes, Louis C.K. Won Jeopardy

Last night, comedian Louis C.K. was a contestant and winner on Jeopardy! . Yes, that's right. He was a part of Power Players week where he competed against CNN anchor Kate Bolduan and Washington Post writer Jonathan Capehart. C.K. started off slowly, briefly gaining one of those awkward negative scores, but after a big wager on a "Daily Double," he ran away with the lead. In the end, C.K. won $50,000 for his little-known charity, the Fistula Foundation . His foundation works to provide care to women in the developing world who suffer from obstetric fistulas, a childbirth injury caused by prolonged labor, according to their website.

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Christian Refugees in Germany Report High Levels of Religious Violence

Germany’s refugees bring their religious tensions with them. Christians make up a small percentage of asylum-seekers from countries like Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Surrounded by Muslims and their religious practices—including the daily prayers, announced across the centers—Christians stick out as the exception, becoming easy targets for mockery and worse offenses.

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If Evolution Is True, Does That Disprove God?

A student at Sam Houston State University considers the possibility of God and Evolution.

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My Friend Honored God and His Parents — Why Did He Die Young?

Here are some observations. For example, Jesus was the most obedient Son to his earthly parents and his heavenly Father that ever existed. There never has been a more obedient son or one who honored his Father in heaven and on earth more. And yet Jesus died as a young man. He did not live long on the land, and he tells his followers that they are going to experience similar kinds of suffering. He doesn’t say, “Oh, I did this, but it will never happen to any of you, if you are good enough, like I was good enough.” He never talks like that. In fact, throughout the New Testament, obedience to God, honoring God and keeping his commandments, is correlated with risk and danger and death, not with security and comfort. So we need to teach our children like Paul did in his Discipleship 101 in Acts 14:22, “Through many tribulations [you] must enter the kingdom.” And some of those tribulations involve, “Some of you they will kill,” as Jesus said (see Luke 21:16).

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Adopted Blood Brothers

We are not brothers in the biological sense, but we are brothers because of the remarkable work of Christ. We were ransomed by the same Savior, adopted into the same family, and given the same charge to go and spread the gospel. Our brotherhood has nothing to do with the family we were born into, but the family that Christ brought us into. Within that blood-bought family there is an instant depth and weight within the relationship that would otherwise be absent. It is the gospel family bond that brought us six acquaintances together.

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Is Kim Kardashian a Secret Agent Working to Undermine Muslim Morals?

But here's what we can say about the proliferation of sensual (or nude) pictures of Kim Kardashian on the internet: It is part of a larger culture of sexual decadence, and that larger culture is contributing to the pollution of countless millions of people—and I don't just mean Muslims. I mean Christians and people of every religion and non-religion. The plague of sexual impurity is everywhere.

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WORLD | Body part, suitcases spotted in search for missing EgyptAir flight | May 20, 2016

OUR EARLIER REPORT (9:20 a.m. , May 19 ): Egyptian officials said this morning they have not ruled out any possibilities in the crash of an EgyptAir passenger plane, including a terrorist attack. Flight 804, an Airbus A320, was carrying 66 people from Paris to Cairo early this morning when it suddenly lost altitude and crashed into the Mediterranean Sea near the Greek island of Crete.

28 Sometimes A Question is Better than an Answer

Last week, at a gathering of strategists on some tough cultural issues, a very good point was made: Sometimes the right question at the right time is the best way to have a conversation with someone with whom you fundamentally disagree.

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Philippines president-elect vows to bring back death penalty in defiance of Church - premier

The Filipino president elect, Rodrigo Duterte, has said he aims to bring back death by hanging to the Catholic nation.

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Eric Metaxas on Twitter

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Origin of the Universe

This was the provocative title of an article appearing in New Scientist in 2012. At a scientific meeting honoring his 70 th birthday, Stephen Hawking released this pre-recorded statement: “A point of creation would be a place where science broke down. One would have to appeal to religion and the hand of God.” In what was dubbed the “worst birthday presents ever,” Vilenkin presented his recent work showing that 3 different types of origins models of different classes cannot avoid a beginning to the Universe. Admittedly this is still not an absolutely settled conclusion, but Vilenkin summarizes: “All the evidence we have says that the universe had a beginning.” This fits well with the criteria I laid out in the previous blog . Data can be used in support of an argument if it is supported by currently understood science. Science is always provisional and therefore subject to change but if leading atheists specializing in this arena concede that all the current evidence points to the Universe requiring a beginning then I think it is more rational to accept the second premise of the Kalam.

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“..I started using Commun.it to be more efficient on the way I manage out Twitter communities. My favorite features? The prioritized feed to focus on the relevant members of the community..”

34 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily

.@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily, by Maryann Spikes: Daily Christian apologetics and news fresh to your desktop, courtesy Ichthus77.com.

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The Epidemic of Relativism Among Christian Youth

I'm concerned. I'm deeply concerned. There's an epidemic spreading among Christian youth today that can have dangerous and perhaps even deadly consequences. What makes this more dangerous is that most parents and pastors don't even realize their kids are infected. I'm speaking of the danger of moral relativism, and how it's become rampant even within most Christian colleges and universities. Ask Christian young adults who have been active in their church or youth group if something like abortion or homosexual unions are wrong and many may say yes. But press them on if they should declare others sinful or wrong for participating in such actions and you may get a different response, one more akin to "It's wrong for me since I'm a Christian, but they aren't so it's right for them."

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http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/03/book-review-church-history-for-modern.html

"The key to introducing anything new into a church’s liturgy is patience and explanation. Don’t rush the process of explanation and implementation. Allow ample opportunity to explain the value of a creed and to connect it to specific passages of Scripture." [p. 21] This reader was also thrilled to see Hartman's insistence that pastors incorporate apologetics into their weekly sermons.  As he points out: "...much of Scripture itself is written with an eye toward apologetic implications. The first chapters of Genesis are both a scriptural account of creation and an apologetic against ancient Near Eastern cosmogonies. Even many of the miracles recorded in Scripture are meant to serve apologetic purposes. These miracles range from the plagues in Egypt, demonstrating the futility of Egyptian gods, to the healing miracles performed by Jesus, revealing that he is the Messiah. The text of Scripture is so interwoven with apologetic elements that it is difficult to preach the whole counsel of God without noting those elements and incorporating them into weekly sermons.

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Obama administration orders all hospitals to perform abortions and sex changes

Right now, we live in a time where health care is under the control of the federal government. Many, many people of faith voted for a secular government to be in control of health care. They thought that it would be more “fair” than letting people control health care at the state or local level. Now they are finding out what happens when you let a big secular government take over huge parts of the economy. There are people of faith working in hospitals. If only their employer forced them to do a sex change or an abortion, they could move to another employer, perhaps in another state. But when you put the control up at the federal level, there is nowhere to run. You have to comply, or lose your job. And no matter how tough a Christian talks, no one can survive without food to eat and water to drink. We have to earn a living, and this President is making it impossible to work and be an authentic Christian at the same time.

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Oklahoma Lawmakers Just Voted to Make Abortion a Felony

If Gov. Mary Fallin signs the bill, it would spark an inevitable legal battle challenging the Supreme Court’s protection of abortion rights under Roe v. Wade. Though Gov. Fallin is a conservative Republican, she has yet to indicate whether or not she will sign it.

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Seeking Validation from Others May Be Ruining Your Life

Now, many of us feel it’s easier to trust in another person’s opinion than in God’s. It may be the same kind of thing children face when their mom says how wonderful they are and they say, “You have to say that, you’re my mom.” Let’s keep this in mind though. As we said earlier, God knows us even better than our parents. He is also unable to lie. Unlike human beings, He can’t “stretch the truth.” When He says we are inherently valuable and He rejoices over us (Zephaniah 3:17), it’s true.

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42 Challenge: Snowflakes Are Complex without a Designer

This is a strawman argument against specified complexity. A snowflake contains complex information, but it's basically a repeating pattern of ice crystals that are easily explained by the laws of physics. The sequence of your DNA is not the same as a snow flake. The formation of.a single base pair may be explained by physics, but no law of physics can explain the sequence of base pairs in your DNA. Here is a simple illistration. Let's take all of the ice crystals of a snowflake, and randomize them into a new order. What do you get? Another snowflake. The order that the ice crystals form in make no difference when it comes to the development or function of a snowflake. Randomize the 0's & 1's in the code of a computer program, and the computer program will quickly become useless. Specified complexity is more than just complex, it has a specific order that if compromised destroys the information, or function that it had before. DNA is very similar to computer code that if you randomize the base pairs of dna in an organism, you get a dead organism. So the DNA of an organism is complex yes, but it's also specified, it carries information critical to the life and development of that organism.

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Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on St. Athanasius

St. Athanasius (c. 296–373) was born and educated in the ancient city of Alexandria. Coming from a Christian family, he would go on to become the greatest theologian of his time. He assisted at the famous Council of Nicea in 325 when the historic Christian church condemned the influential heresy known as Arianism (the view that Jesus was the first and highest creature of God but not fully equal to God—this view is similar to the one advocated by present-day Jehovah’s Witnesses). St. Athanasius later became bishop of Alexandria, a post he held for 46 years, though he was exiled five times for his outspoken opposition to the vexing Arian heresy that continued to gain influence. St. Athanasius was an articulate, tenacious, and untiring defender of Nicene orthodoxy. He argued for the truth of such essential doctrines as the Incarnation and the Trinity.

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Zuckerberg: ‘Conservatives Don't Trust That Our Platform Surfaces Content Without a Political Bias'

Still, I know many conservatives don't trust that our platform surfaces content without a political bias. I wanted to hear their concerns personally and have an open conversation about how we can build trust. I want to do everything I can to make sure our teams uphold the integrity of our products.

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John Calvin and the Visual Arts: Dueling Cavaliers? - page 1 | C.S. Lewis Institute

ave you ever had a war take place inside your head? Imagine two conflicting forces, each claiming to be truth and each stubbornly refusing to bow to the other. In my mind, there has been such a standoff. Like those who are about to engage in a duel, these two forces have taken their ten paces, turned around, and have aimed their pistols at each other. Who are these cavaliers? They are not living people but caricatured images of John Calvin and Reformed thought on one hand, and the stereotypically flamboyant Artist and the entire world of visual arts on the other.   On the Calvinist side (this in my mind’s eye; please, take no personal offense!) we find restrictive, restricted, repressive, reformed religion. The walls of churches are white washed, bare and blank, matching the surrounding faces. The stiff figures look right at home—as if part of the architecture—sitting on the hard, straight-backed wooden benches. Their lips are tightly pursed while clenched hands sit firmly on cold laps.   On the other side dances the wildly unorthodox, mystical, mysterious, exasperating, and exhilarating Artist.

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http://rickwarren.org/devotional/english/marriage-reveals-not-creates-problems1

If you’re dating and you’re prolonging a relationship that you know is going nowhere, don’t continue it. “But I won’t have anybody to take me out on Friday night,” you say. A bad marriage is a million times worse than not going out on Friday night! The longer you’re in an unhealthy dating relationship, the more difficult it’s going to be to get out of it.

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Brazil’s Presidential Drama Reflects Political, Denominational Divides

Before the April vote, the FPE issued an official statement that “the recent corruption scandals committed by the government and the president” were an “affront to the Brazilian people.” According to congressman and FPE chair João Campos, the majority decision not only represented the feeling of the bench, but of the nation’s evangelicals.

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How Is This Even True?

That makes Made in America is essential viewing, whether or not you’ve seen People v. O.J. , though the two inform one another. Only the third and fourth episodes cover the actual court case; the others trace the cultural climate in which Simpson came up as a black man, a football player, and a celebrity in a time when black men and athletes weren’t sought out for endorsements. Simpson’s life, once he broke onto the college football scene, was deeply documented on camera, and there are hours and hours of footage of him talking on camera as his celebrity grew. There’s video and audio providing deep context on racial strife in Los Angeles and the corruption of the LAPD. There are photos of him and his first wife, Marguerite, and then his second wife, Nicole—and, later, images of her after being battered. There are recordings of phone calls. There are images of Nicole’s diaries. There is less O.J. than you might expect, but there’s context. Lots of context.

51 http://markdriscoll.org/recommendedreading/
52 Does archaeological evidence confirm names, dates and places in the Bible?
53 When Fear Seizes You
54 God Works for You
55 Evangelicals Cheer Pro-Life Vote at Methodist Conference
56 Making Sense of Transgenderism
57 The Frequency of Hope
58 BreakPoint | What's a Christian to Think (and Do)?
59 Christopher Hitchens -- Speaking Honestly About Hillary Clinton
60 Frog Orr-Ewing on Twitter
61 The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR)
62 How Do I Preach Expository Sermons from Proverbs?
63 Anna Cookson on Twitter
64 Why Should We Trust the Gospels When Eyewitness Testimony Is So Unreliable? | Cold Case Christianity
65 Scientists Get One Step Closer to a Cure for HIV
66 The First #BringBackOurGirls Boko Haram Kidnapping Victim Was Rescued This Week
67 We Need to Talk About the Holy Spirit
68 Evangelicals Cheer Pro-Life Vote at Methodist Conference
69 Connecting With Your Child (Part 2 of 2)
70 Garrison Keillor on the Dangers of Using Faith to ‘Build Your Brand’
71 How to Speak Human
72 Do Biological Facts No Longer Matter?
73 When God’s Word Meets Your Story
74 Renewing Your Mind | The Revealer | May 20, 2016
75 Handout Church History
76 The Precious Gift of Baby Talk
77 I fought for civil rights. It is offensive to compare it with the transgender fight.
78 Thomas Gardner on Twitter
79 James: Thrones in the Kingdom
80 Facebook Shows Another Face
81 That the Word of the Lord May Speed Ahead – AlbertMohler.com
82 HBU on Twitter
83 Edward VI and Mary I by Michael Reeves | May 20, 2016
84 Intersex People Don’t Prove There Are More Than Two Sexes
85 Acts 29 on Twitter
86 If You Can Keep It
87 http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/05/michael-c-sherrard-on-religious.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter