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Tested Under Fire: How George H.W. Bush asserted control in the wake of the Reagan assassination attempt

At 90, George H.W. Bush recalls the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan in March 1981. Interviews with Bush, former National Security Adviser Richard V. Allen, other participants as well as hours of recordings from inside the White House Situation Room reveal new details of the day the Reagan presidency almost became a footnote.

Sandra McCracken on Life, Loss, and Longing in the Psalms

The Psalms gave me words when I didn’t have my own words. They prompted me to sing a new song when I couldn’t find my voice.

A New Way to Explore ID: Discovering Intelligent Design Curriculum Now Includes Online Learning

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

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

When police officer Ali Perez received a call that an alleged criminal was suspected of hiding inside a woman's apartment, he led his team from room-to-room and eventually found the man who was holding a loaded gun and waiting for police to arrive.

WORLD | Las Vegas kicks off B.B. King memorials | Heather Bridges | May 22, 2015

The public viewing of B.B. King’s body in Las Vegas today begins a weeklong tribute to the great blues musician, who died May 14 at age 89. Next up: A Wednesday

With the Help of Some Close Friends, A 675-Pound Man Conquers the Biggest Challenge in His Life

Ronnie Brower weighted in at 675 pounds two years ago. Doctors had given him a grim diagnosis and he knew he needed to make a change. Thanks to a two good friends, Joe Bufano and Gina D'Addario, he was able to conquer all the negativity in his life and do something incredible.

Watch the Greatest Banjo Cover of ‘The Final Countdown’ You’ll Ever Hear

The A.V. Club asked Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn to cover Europe’s glam rock classic “The Final Countdown,” and the results were expectedly great. Somewhere Gob Bluth is smiling ...

Truthbomb Apologetics: Debate Video: Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? - John Loftus vs. David Wood

Debate Video: Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? - John Loftus vs. David Wood

Netflix’s ‘A Very Murray Christmas’ Looks Like a Somber Affair

Netflix’s upcoming Bill Murray Christmas special sounds like a good time, even though this trailer is a total bummer. Directed by Sofia Coppola, A Very Murray Christmas will feature appearances from celebrities including Amy Poehler, Chris Rock, George Clooney, Maya Rudolph, Miley Cyrus and others, as well as Murray “as he worries no one will show up to his TV show due to a terrible snow storm in New York City. Through luck and perseverance, guests arrive at the Carlyle hotel to help him; dancing and singing in holiday spirit” ...

Louis C.K. is not a good person | Think Christian

I’m thinking of Paul again, when he admits to the impertinent Corinthians that “We are fools for the sake of Christ, but you are wise in Christ. We are weak, but you are strong. You are held in honor, but we in disrepute.” What would Christian engagement be like if we were quick to grant our interlocutors that we are sometimes silly and often feckless? I think that such a practice would require more than a commitment to empathy and liberal dialogue. It just might entail conceding the all-important point that every tongue must eventually confess: that we ourselves are not any more important than anyone else.

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1) Pot edible fad presents nationwide challenge police, parents, and even children

Renewing Your Mind | The Dark Side of Islam, Part 5 | May 22, 2015

The Scriptures beckon all Christians not only to pray informed prayers for the persecuted but also to engage in gospel-centered action on behalf of the persecuted. This action begins with standing alongside the persecuted so as to encourage them. The author of Hebrews was writing to a group of Christians who had grown weary and discouraged by the opposition they were facing. He reminded them of a time when they had personally been persecuted or had, even at great cost, stood with others who were enduring persecution (10:32–39). Their key to enduring earthly persecution was none other than the hope of the gospel and the return of King Jesus to establish His kingdom. Then in Hebrews 11, the writer unfolds a long list of those whose faith in God led to relative peace and sometimes prosperity followed by references to many who, with faith in the same God, endured harsh persecution and martyrdom. Standing with the persecuted may in fact be costly like it was for the audience of the letter to the Hebrews. But for those who have experienced the wonderful rescue of Christ, there will be no limit to our own gospel-motivated sacrificial service of others.

3 Reasons Pastors Should Read Leadership Books - Eric Geiger

Earlier this week, I wrote about some reasons pastors should reject leadership books. There are seasons in a church leader’s life when reading leadership books is a bad idea. If one’s devotional life is weak, Christian worldview is not firm, or compassion for people is waning, then church leaders should flee from leadership books. However, if devotional life and Christian worldview are solid and accompanied by a growing love for people, church leaders can benefit from reading leadership books. Here are three reasons why:

Mary Magdalene’s High Calling

Mark 16:5 and Luke 24:3 both say the women went inside the sepulchre and found it empty. Mary Magdalene’s first inclination was to assume that someone had stolen Jesus’ body. She immediately ran out of the tomb and back up the same trail she had come from, apparently planning to go for help. Before running far, though, she encountered Peter and John, on their way to the burial site. She breathlessly told them about the empty tomb, and they both took off running to see for themselves. There Peter found the empty grave clothes and a headpiece folded and set aside. John joined him inside the tomb. Seeing the grave clothes still intact but empty was enough, John says, for him to believe. He and Peter left the scene immediately (Luke 24:12). It was probably at that point that the other women went into the tomb again to see for themselves (Mark 16:4).

"The Holy Spirit is Moving Through Our Locker Room" Says NBA MVP Stephen Curry

The Holy Spirit is moving through our locker room in a way I've never experienced before. It's allowing us to reach a lot of people, and personally I am just trying to use this stage to share how God has been a blessing to my life and how He can be the same in everyone else's.

The Dangers of Selfie Sticks PSA

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Robert Gates, who as secretary of defense abolished the military’s ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, policy,

Why Are Christians So Serious about Everything?

The Bible is very clear about the life of faith in Jesus being a joyful thing, which I believe this article is highlighting. The author states several times that we are to take God seriously, but take OURSELVES LESS seriously. “So let’s just lay aside all of the hype and take God seriously instead of ourselves. Let yourself off the religious hook just a bit.” ie. stop striving and instead rest in the knowledge that Jesus finished, completed, fulfilled every part of the law, and let the Holy Spirit work on your heart to change you and make you more like Jesus. Serve God, do what He has called you to do, seek His will in what you do, but instead of doing it to impress people, or yourself, or to prove yourself worthy in some way, do it with the sense of the abundant life and freedom that Jesus came to bring.

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Maybe Christianity In America Is Dying Because It’s Boring Everyone To Death

There are still plenty of Christians who desire the true faith, but they are mostly ignored or scolded by the very people who should be leading them. And the Convenientists, of course, find no happiness in their secular Christianity, nor do they find it in secular secularism. Even if they don’t know it, they yearn in the pit of their souls for the true message of Christ, but they rarely hear it. And when they do hear it, there are a million competing voices, many from inside the church, warning them that if they go down this road it might involve changing their behavior and their lifestyle, which is a total hassle, man.

When Jesus Wanted All My Money

One New Testament theme that resonated with me early on was self-sacrifice. I saw this theme most clearly in the Gospel of Luke. As I grew familiar with the book, the meaning of Jesus’ words in chapter 12 became obvious to me. When Jesus called people to follow him, he demanded that they forsake everything, instructing his disciples to sell what they had and give the proceeds to those who need it more. By so doing, he said, they would provide themselves wallets that don’t get old, an unfailing “treasure in heaven” (v. 33).

Do Pain and Suffering Disprove God's Existence?

William Lane Craig on the world's pain and suffering. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums:


Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: God laid out who the Messiah would be before He got here so that when He got here we would recognize Him, embrace Him, and follow Him.

3 Ways Rising Secularism Affects Evangelism

In some ways this change is freeing. It allows us to do what we should have been doing all along: retelling the entire Bible’s whole story, from creation to fall to redemption to consummation. In a sense, a whole-Bible, one-story gospel releases us from the temptation to close the deal and produce fake conversions or offer a kind of fire insurance that doesn’t truly save. Secularists aren’t interested in insurance from a fire that they don’t believe in.


The campaign was scrapped after Ibraheem and her husband, Daniel Wani, came forward to publicly denounce the film, because they had not given Christian Lives Matter, LLC, the newly-formed company responsible for "I Am A Christian," rights to tell their story. The couple in fact only learned Tuesday through news reports that the project was being pursued without their permission.

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How to Learn Social Media Marketing in 2 Minutes a Day

Hi, Im interested in finding a company/person to do this for us, dont have the staff or time to do it ourselves. Id also like to have a company to refer to my existing clients that need this and dont know where to find someone. Obviously for small biz, price is one of the first questions, but anyone know of a company that has a “Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum” type offering with pricing?

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How to Tell When Wanderlust Turns Unhealthy

As someone who's done their fair share of traveling, I have to say I agree with the majority of this article. There is a strange amount of pressure to do something new and reinvent yourself every couple of years. It was only recently, that I started being criticized for living abroad in so many different places. I was truly taken by surprise that my being in missions had offended anyone or was seen as some sort of defect. For me, I know I was called to go to those places and I wouldn't trade the experiences for anything. As you pointed out, it's all about your reasons for going. I've met many people that absolutely should immediately settle into a career or life in America, but I've also met quite a few who choose to do so out of fear. I've met very few people who've chosen a missionary life (which is, granted, different from traveling for the heck of it) who were doing so entirely for their own glory. Honestly, I believe the world is changing. We are less of a missionary sending nation than we once were. That doesn't mean none are called. It does take great faith to battle it out on the home front just as it takes great faith to serve abroad.


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How Do You Pursue Joy in Jesus?

In three minutes, Pastor Leonce Crump gives us three ways to find and cultivate this kind of joy — the deeper, fuller, more durable joy we experience in and with Jesus.

The RELEVANT Summer Reading Guide

Poetry may not exactly be your preferred choice of summer reading. In fact, we in the 21st century are formed by fast culture in ways that may make poems nearly impossible for us to read. Poetry, however, can open the gates for the journey toward a slower and more meaningful life. There is no better guide for such a pilgrimage than Scott Cairns, a psalmist of our day, whose spirituality immerses us ever deeper into the realities of everyday life. His poems, as Gregory Wolfe notes in the book’s intro, heal the gaping wound between our hearts and our minds, and in the process make us fully human.

Attention Children of the 90s: ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy’ Has Been Added to Netflix

If you grew up in the ‘90s, there’s a good chance you spent some of your childhood watching Bill Nye the Science Guy perform sweet experiments while also attempting to replicate them in your parents kitchen. We’ve got some exciting news for you: You can now relive those magical times thanks to Netflix. The streaming content provider has added more than 30 of the original episodes to its on-demand library, so you can binge-watch your way through hours of demonstrations of baking soda volcanoes, homemade rockets and all manner of bow-tied fun. Because before he was debating creationists and giving lectures, Nye was every young millennial’s excuse to break out the household chemicals and create their own concoctions all in the name of “science”...

The Expository Genius of John Calvin

I really wanted to appreciate this book. I picked it up, read some, and put it down. Then I picked it up again hoping that my second attempt would give me a fresh perspective. This time I managed to read it all in one sitting (during a flight across the Atlantic from the Sates to Ireland). I am sad to report that this book tells us far more about the personality of the author than about the mind and genius of John Calvin. The real Calvin, from what I have read of his work, was thorough, clear-sighted, aware of his detractors, loved his congregation(s) and was first and foremost committed to loving God. He was also aware that he was a wretched sinner (not just theoretically, but in reality). Whereas, the Calvin presented in this book is a polished up version of what most pastors aspire to be - a performing rhetorician who pretends he knows of what he speaks and attempts to "edify" his listeners with a smattering of religious jargon and a few references to certain obscure words found in the original languages. If you truly desire to be a "great" preacher, don't waste your time reading this.

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26 Evangelical Titan: A Conversation about Billy Graham with historian Grant Wacker

Evangelical Titan: A Conversation about Billy Graham with historian Grant Wacker

Study: More educated tend to be more religious, by some measures

After analyzing data from a large national survey, University of Nebraska-Lincoln sociologist Philip Schwadel found that people actually tend to become more religious - by some definitions, at least - as they further their education.

Yoga Pants and What the Bible Really Says About Modesty

Love this. I'd add that we're told that we shouldn't cause someone to stumble (which is true) but when Jesus talks about lust and temptation He says "And if your eye causes you to stumble, pluck it out. It is better for you to enter the kingdom of God with one eye than to have two eyes and be thrown into hell" Mark 9:47. Can we underline the fact that he talks about the person tempted and NOT the person who is being lusted after? Sure, let's be sensitive, but if you lust after someone's body it's on you not on them. I think women are blamed, too often, for a lot of things, including men stumbling.

Skin that can see is octopus camouflage superpower - CNET

"Octopus skin doesn't sense light in the same amount of detail as the animal does when it uses its eyes and brain," said study lead author Desmond Ramirez, a doctoral student in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology. "But it can sense an increase or change in light. Its skin is not detecting contrast and edge but rather brightness."

Innovative Apologetics: The Third Commandment: Honoring God’s Name Some Apologetic Thoughts

Revisiting the Church’s Forgotten Holidays

Actually, there are Christian churches around the world that still "follow the law’s example of marking time according to what God has done in history to redeem and define His people," as you've written. They keep the New Testament Passover, the Days of Unleavened Bread, Pentecost, Feast of Booths, etc, and they've rejected the holidays that have wormed their way into Christianity (e.g. Christmas, Easter, etc). It's a type of Christianity that attempts to be as authentic and as closely aligned to the Church Jesus built in the 1st Century as possible, and by doing so they have found a richer and much more meaningful way to worship God.

Yoga Pants and What the Bible Really Says About Modesty

Love this. I'd add that we're told that we shouldn't cause someone to stumble (which is true) but when Jesus talks about lust and temptation He says "And if your eye causes you to stumble, pluck it out. It is better for you to enter the kingdom of God with one eye than to have two eyes and be thrown into hell" Mark 9:47. Can we underline the fact that he talks about the person tempted and NOT the person who is being lusted after? Sure, let's be sensitive, but if you lust after someone's body it's on you not on them. I think women are blamed, too often, for a lot of things, including men stumbling.

God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: Belief in God and Reason

The Bible and Homosexual Practice - Christian Research Institute

Gagnon offers the most thorough analysis to date of the biblical texts relating to homosexuality. He demonstrates why attempts to classify the Bible’s rejection of same-sex intercourse as irrelevant for our contemporary context fail to do justice to the biblical texts and to current scientific data. Gagnon’s book powerfully challenges attempts to identify love and inclusivity with affirmation of homosexual practice.

06. Is it arrogant to claim you have 'the truth'?

Dr. Andy Bannister ( ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Is it arrogant to claim you have 'the truth'?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out "Time for Truth" by Os Guinness ( ). This video is episode 6 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": More about RZIM Canada:

Normal Christianity Is Not White – Russell Moore

Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission and TGC Council member, on why "separate but equal" won't work for the local church. "Most of the body of Christ in heaven and on earth isn't white, isn't American, and has never spoken English."

Why Is the NBA Shot Clock 24 Seconds?

The NBA’s 24-second shot clock was invented in 1954 by Syracuse Nationals owner Danny Biasone, who wanted to force teams to pick up the pace of games. Why 24 seconds?

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14 Church Signs that Would Also Work As Tweets

Before there was Twitter, there were church signs. Frequently confined even to less than 140 characters, church sign writers were the original one-liner artists, crafting endless puns and cultural references with a singular agenda: get you to church.

How Could God Punish Jesus for the Sins of Others? (Christianity vs. Islam)

Here's the link for the sources cited in this video: In Mark 10:45 , Jesus declares: "The Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many." He adds in John 10:14 -18: “I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me—just as the Father knows me and I know the Father—and I lay down my life for the sheep. I have other sheep that are not of this sheep pen. I must bring them also. They too will listen to my voice, and there shall be one flock and one shepherd. The reason my Father loves me is that I lay down my life—only to take it up again. No one takes it from me, but I lay it down of my own accord. I have authority to lay it down and authority to take it up again. This command I received from my Father.” His disciple John later said that "he appeared so that he might take away our sins" (1 John 3:5). Jesus' sacrificial death gives rise to one of the most common Muslim objections to Christianity: Wouldn't it be unfair or unjust for God to punish Jesus for the sins of others? However, if Muslims think that this is a good objection, they apparently haven't read their own sources.

'I Was Terrified' — Partially Blind Muslim Schoolgirl Who Found Jesus Recalls Risking Her Life to Read the Bible

NEW YORK — At age 12, the concerns of most American children usually revolve around schoolyard politics and the awkwardness of becoming a teenager, but for Rifqa Bary, a young girl in Ohio, a life-changing decision to secretly convert to Christianity completely consumed her world and left her living in constant fear.

Have the polls got it wrong on the Irish same-sex marriage referendum?

Brendan Maguire, 53, says he knows exactly how he will vote in Ireland’s same-sex marriage referendum when the polls open. Drinking Guinness in Finn McCool’s pub in the centre of Ballyshannon, Donegal, he said: “It’ll be No. I just don’t think it’s natural. I’m fairly liberal but I don’t think it’s morally right.”

Discounting Historical Jesus Scholarship | Reasonable Faith

Such a reversal of scholarship and unanimity cannot be plausibly dismissed as due to Christian bias. Keep in mind that being personally a Christian does not imply or require that a scholar will conclude that the evidence is sufficient to establish some putative fact related in the gospels. Even if I believe, for example, that Jesus was born in Bethlehem, that in no way implies that I think that his birth in Bethlehem—not to speak of the virgin birth of Jesus!—can be historically proven! Similarly, one might believe that Jesus rose from the dead and yet think that the facts of his burial and empty tomb cannot be proven historically on the basis of the evidence. The fact that the wide majority of NT scholars think that these facts can, in contrast with the birth stories, be established with reasonable confidence says something about the force of the evidence. If bias were to blame, then these events at the beginning and end of Jesus’ life ought to be regarded as established with equal confidence.

Redeem the Rejection of Singleness

When I was a little girl, I never associated being alone with being rejected. Time on my own afforded me the opportunity to disappear inside my imagination without interruption. I’m not so different now than I was then. I still love finding time away from the world.

Church of England to consider transgender naming ceremony

“To recognise all people is something the church should be doing but to have a service of blessing for someone to change their gender is a new idea. It’s not been discussed before in the Church of England. It would need a lot of discussion and debate by theologians and I would need to know whether there are other agendas by the people bringing it. I would be very surprised if the diocese has passed the motion without a lot of discussion and debate.”

07. Why choose Jesus and not Buddha or Muhammad?

Nathan Betts ( ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Why choose Jesus and not Buddha or Muhammad?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out "Is Jesus the Only Savior?" by James Edwards ( ). This video is episode 7 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": More about RZIM Canada:

Young, Restless, Foolish

Don’t bow to cultural expectations of Christian niceness.  One way people like to get the upper hand in a debate is to claim you are being mean. What they really mean is that you are a nasty person unless you agree with them. So Calvinists have a mean spirit because they have a horrible God who predestines people to hell. Complementarians are mean because they subjugate women. People will point out Matthew 7:1 and tell you to be more like Jesus (except in all the places where he castigated people). You could be the nicest person in the world and still be called a bigot. The culture’s “be nice” police does not put up with disagreement.

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Regina George’s House from ‘Mean Girls’ On Sale for $14.8 Million

The mansion in Toronto that served as Regina George’s house in Tina Fey’s Mean Girls has been put on the market. Want to own the palace of the queen of the plastics? Now you can for a mere $14.8 million. According to Post City Toronto , the 20,000 sq. foot house “is not only noticeable for its pop culture appeal to millennials. It has other bragging rights. Martha Stewart has filmed a cooking show in the kitchen and William Shatner has filmed a TV commercial in the front foyer. Canadian Idol finalists have also shared the address before.” Canadian Idol finalists? So fetch ...

Football Star David Luiz, 28, Vows to Wait Until Marriage for Sex After Being Baptized Into Hillsong Church

Luiz, 28, who plays for French football club Paris Saint-German and serves as vice-captain for the Brazil national team, was baptized into Hillsong Church in teammate Maxwell's in-door swimming pool. He posted a message alongside the picture which read "I have chosen to wait." Luiz said he will abstain from sex until he marries girlfriend Sara Madeira, according to The Telegraph.

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53 God’s Work, God’s Way
54 The Compassionate Truth About Judgment
55 Aliens that believe in God: The theological speculations of Robert Sawyer's "Calculating God"
56 Permanent Plaque Memorial Honoring Michael Brown Not Funded by City of Ferguson; 'We Will Not Designate City Money to Be Used'
57 Justin Taylor Interviews Kevin DeYoung, author of "What Does the Bible Really Teach About Homosexuality?"
58 Washington National Cathedral Holds 'Blessing of the Bikes' for Rolling Thunder During Memorial Day Weekend
59 #HaveTheCourage
60 When You Fear the Future
61 106 People Indicted by Anti-Terror Court for Burning Alive Christian Couple in Pakistan
62 WORLD | Gretchen Carlson on Fox News, faith, and family | Warren Cole Smith | May 22, 2015
63 Innovative Apologetics: Defeating the Fuming Foolishness of New Atheism
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65 Steven Koster on Twitter
66 The Divorced Pastor: Is He the Husband of One Wife? - Christian Research Institute
67 And Now, ‘Amazing Grace’ Performed Entirely with Air Horns
68 Josh McDowell on Twitter
69 "Living Through the Storms" by Jim Henry
70 Crossway on Twitter
71 UNESCO Site Palmyra Falls Into ISIS' Hands; Militants Control Half of Syria Now
72 Joel Osteen: Churches Need to Provide Spiritual Guidance That Military Caregivers Long For
73 A Sequel to ‘World War Z’ Is Coming in 2017
74 New York Pulpits and the Fate of American Protestantism: A Conversation with Historian Matthew Bowman
75 5 Book Pairings for New College Graduates
76 80s Fantasy Movie Review: "Ladyhawke"
77 WORLD | Scouts president: Gay leader ban unsustainable | Warren Cole Smith | May 22, 2015
78 WORLD | Texas lawmakers approve Pastor Protection Bill | Bonnie Pritchett | May 22, 2015
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80 Viral Iraq Blog Post Triggers Outpouring of Support
81 WORLD | The false god of politics | Cal Thomas | May 22, 2015