Top Videos
Stephen Meyer on the Meanings of Evolution

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

Here’s the Moving Trailer for ‘Batkid Begins’

You may remember the touching story of young Miles Scott. Back in the fall of 2013, Miles became an Internet sensation after the Make-a-Wish foundation helped fulfill the leukemia’s survivor’s dream of becoming Batman. After thousands of volunteers showed up to turn San Francisco into Gotham for a day of superhero adventures, Batkid was born. Now, Warner Bros. is releasing a documentary about Miles and the day that changed San Francisco. Batkid Begins releases on June 26 ...

Listen: Darwinists Grapple with Findings on Convergent Evolution

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

Man uses his own legally-owned handgun to foil carjacking attempt

Here's the story from WSB local news. Excerpt: An East Point man held a would-be carjacker at gunpoint until police arrived and arrested the suspect, according to Atlanta police. Hashim Fannin, the...

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

Top 10 Reasons to Send a Student to Summit - Summit Ministries | Summit Announcements - Summit Ministries

We love lists, and we are pretty sure you do to. That's why we put together this list of 10 reasons why your teen should come to a Summit Student Conference.

Truthbomb Apologetics: Sunday Praise: "Holy Spirit" by Francesca Battistelli

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

[View All Videos]

Top News
1
Thinking Christians: 14 Apologetics Quotes

While we are often willing to spend time reading the Bible, praying, or participating in church programs and services, few of us recognize the importance of becoming good Christian case makers. Prosecutors are successful when they master the facts of the case and then learn how to navigate and respond to the tactics of the defense team. Christians need to learn from that model as well. We need to master the facts and evidences that support the claims of Christianity and anticipate the tactics of those who oppose us. This kind of preparation is a form of worship. When we devote ourselves to this rational preparation and study, we are worshipping God with our mind, the very thing He has called us to do (Matt. 22:37).

2
Defenders Class Live | Reasonable Faith

Defenders is Dr. William Lane Craig's Sunday school class on Christian doctrine and apologetics. Join leading Christian scholar Dr. Craig as he carefully and articulately teaches a comprehensive survey course from the Doctrine of God to the Doctrine of the Last Things, explaining Christian apologetic arguments along the way. Click on the link to watch live on Sunday mornings at 11:30 EST or to enjoy archived classes at your convenience.

3
Discussing Mere Christianity Small Group Bible Study - Session One

The DVD and Study Guide are available: ChristianBook.com - http://zndr.vn/1AKlMbh Amazon - http://zndr.vn/1H3wqhQ Barnes & Noble - http://zndr.vn/1AKm022 Discover the classic message on what all Christians believe In this 8-session video group study, you will discover why Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis is one of the most read and beloved Christian books of all time. But over seventy years after it was first delivered as a series of radio messages, what relevance does it have to our world today? Host Eric Metaxas and a variety of Christian leaders−including Philip Yancey, Alister McGrath, Devin Brown, Paul McCusker, Douglas Gresham, and others−help us understand the timeless message of C. S. Lewis in fresh ways for a new generation. Metaxas and other speakers will help you explore the positive ideas that C. S. Lewis has so eloquently written about in Mere Christianity for those who already call themselves Christian. This video study also explains in an engaging, winsome, and nonthreatening way the basic tenets of the Christian faith as illustrated by C. S. Lewis to those who do not claim to be Christian.

4
Os Guinness Says "We Are All Apologists Now" | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes

We are all apologists now, and we stand at the dawn of the grand age of human apologetics, or so some are saying because our wired world and our global era are a time when expressing, presenting, sharing, defending and selling ourselves have become a staple of everyday life for countless millions of people around the world, both Christians and others. The age of the Internet, it is said, is the age of the self and the selfie. The world is full of people full of themselves. In such an age, "I post, therefore I am." To put the point more plainly, human interconnectedness in the global era has been raised to a truly global level, with unprecedented speed and on an unprecedented scale. Everyone is now everywhere, and everyone can communicate with everyone else from anywhere and at any time, instantly and cheaply. Communication through the social media in the age of email, text messages, cell phones, tweets and Skype is no longer from "the few to the many" as in the age of the book, the newspaper and television, but from "the many to the many" and all the time.

5
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.

6
The day President Bush's tears spilled onto a Marine's face at Walter Reed | Fox News

News of America’s military men and women [who] were wounded and killed in Iraq and Afghanistan almost overwhelmed me on some days. I may have sounded strong when I was talking to the press, but sometimes I had to push my feelings way down in order to get any words out of my mouth to make statements and answer questions.

7
Why Boko Haram and ISIS Target Women

Why does war and terror target women in particular? The reasons are as numerous as they are horrid. Sometimes a group intends to infect the enemy’s women with disease in order to destabilize a community. One of the countless women raped during the Rwandan genocide recounts her abusers, Hutu men with HIV/AIDS, saying , “We are not killing you. We are giving you something worse. You will die a slow death.” Some women get sold as brides by their families to placate an insurgent group; others as sex slaves to fund a group’s own military campaign. And throughout history, systematic rape has been used to wipe out an enemy’s numbers and increase one’s own.

8
The Christians Who Annoy Us Are the Christians We Need Most

To this end, Hansen proposes that Christians learn from believers who make them uncomfortable, because the ones who annoy us are likely the ones we need most. Instead of trying to be well-rounded, we should settle for being well-surrounded. If we can’t embody all the strengths of every Christian tribe, we can at least associate with brothers and sisters who have what we lack (and lack what we have).

9
Sat May 30 - The Crossing - The Woodlands

A cinematic journey into the fossils, fallacies & facts of evolution, . What is evolution and what is the current evidence for it? Forget what you heard in science class. A MUST SEE CINEMATIC EVENT! -The Woodlands TX FB link: facebook.com/events/1432450417055559/ A multimedia, powerhouse, cinematic presentation projected on 3 huge, HD projection screens with breathtaking videos & powerful music. "captivating" Dr. Jim Burkett, Scholar, Josh McDowell Institute in Christian Apologetics " fantastic" ".. intellectually provocative and visually appealing.” Melissa Cain Travis, M.A.Assistant Professor of Apologetics - Houston Baptist University FREE FOOD - FREE CHILD CARE! Led by Daryl Youngblood (voted Best Producer 2013 Houston Press Music Awards as well having Grammy nominated music & 5 national #1 hits & music in major films & networks like Discovery Channel, CNN and TLC ). When: Sat., May 30 - 7 pm Where: The Crossing Church 6265 Shadow Bend Pl, The Woodlands, TX 77381 (281) 292-2909

10
How to Get the Job You Want

I honestly think most big company jobs are a waste of time. I did it because I needed the money and it was a huge brand in the e-commerce business. But, it was pure drugery with zero contact potential with the people who could make promotion decisions so I left utterly depressed to start my own business and transition to a new career. Work that mellenials like myself can get out of college is far more perilous that starting your own business. I'm still depressed, cynical, but also realistic. Not happy but definitely better off than I was at Dead-end.com. Ultimately, the only work that matters is the work you do for yourself. Way too many of my fellow graduates are stressing to an early grave at 60 hours a week making somebody else rich. You have a choice, choose freedom and opportunity over perceived security. Haven't we given up enough in the pursuit of perceived security over the last 15 years? God values you. Now value yourself and trust in His provision.

11
Crossway on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

12
Should We Believe Only What Can Be Scientifically Proven?

Shouldn't science be the arbiter of truth? Can you scientifically prove God's existence? Dr. William Lane Craig answers. Related audio: http://blip.tv/file/1051137 Related video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bVraf... We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/

13
All God’s Children: The Spiritual Cost of Opportunity Inequality

It’s a question that matters as we look at generational change: Is it likely that a child born in poverty in the US can work toward a better life, or will he become caught in a cycle of instability and brokenness? Putnam begins in the small Ohio city of Port Clinton, where he grew up in the 1950s. He remembers it as a place where rich and poor existed side-by-side, in the same schools, neighborhoods, and churches. Even his poorest peers had plenty of opportunities, with many going on to college and successful careers. Port Clinton looks different today, highly segregated along class lines. This divide, Putnam says, represents the key factor keeping the town’s poorest children from rising above their surroundings.

14
Pastors.com

Like the content you see at pastors.com? Why not receive it weekly in your inbox, plus bonus material too. It's free!

15
Lee Strobel on Twitter

Photo of me interviewing renowned philosopher Antony Flew shortly after he renounced his atheism. pic.twitter.com/0h1q5NyFxK

16
One of these cases is not like the other.

Two and a half years later, the same social science journal that published the original study publishes a “re-analysis” of the very same data set (that’s right, no new data collection, just reinterpretation of the admittedly valid stuff). The original study’s creator does one of the peer reviews of the re-analysis and generously green-lights its publication. The new article’s authors claim the original scholar committed “classification errors” because some of the same-sex relationships were very brief, even evanescent affairs, and so what he should have done is what they proceed to do: toss out data until they get a handful of same-sex households where a couple stayed together at least several years. Many of the bad outcomes are washed out in this data-laundering exercise. But, as the original author notes , this is controlling for the pathways, striving to depict as normal something that is almost nonexistent in any meaningful statistical sense: stable, faithful, long-term same-sex couples heading households with children in them and rearing them from early childhood to adulthood.

17 dangerous idea: The laws of logic and the laws of physics

I responded to Vic's Argument from Reason and shown it proves nothing: http://edward-t-babinski.blogspot.com/2011/01/prior-prejudices-and-argument-from.html Victor Reppert never imagines that anything "new" can arise in a cosmos built of matter and energy. He still thinks in terms of the cosmos being nothing but isolated billiard balls. But the human brain-mind system functions by taking in data in mega-dozes, whole scenes of nature, via the senses, and reacts to these mega-sized doses of reality which constitute more than just reacting to individual atoms. Neither did brain-minds develop overnight. There's amoeba with no neurons, worms with a few neurons, all the way up to the great apes and a few other large-brained mammalian species like dolphins and elephants. As for logic, it is idiomatic, either A equals B or it does not. Animals sense differences in nature and their surroundings. Whether it is raining or not, and react to their brain-mind sensation of rain, not to individual atoms. Even a single cell species like amoeba can detect and trap prey, without a brain-mind.

18
Walter Hooper, "Jack: My Mentor, My Friend"

From time to time I have had the delight of meeting and hearing from someone who grips me with their graciousness, who shakes me with their sincerity, who carries me to contemplation and imaginative reflection. One such person is Walter Hooper, personal secretary to, and friend of, C.S. Lewis.

19
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.

20
Frank Turek on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

21 http://www.kevinbywater.com/on-changing-marriage/

As for other relevant resources, the list could be endless. Let me here list a few, some recent, some older. These will not be limited to discussions of the legal issues and their ramifications. For many Christians, I think that the culture’s pressures are such that they either have been bullied into silence by the rhetoric, emotionally swayed into silence by the very sad or moving stories, or have been persuaded by the clichés and slogans or songs or constant refrains about who the culture is moving and you don’t want to be “on the wrong side of history” and such. Whatever the case, I think the church needs to be prepared to understand and engage the larger issues, to show love and stand firm, without compromising our convictions. To that end, here are some volumes for your consideration.

22
Who Designed the Designer?: a response to Richard Dawkins

William Lane Craig responds to Richard Dawkins' "central" argument, and the problem of "who designed the designer". Related Links: http://www.rfmedia.org/RF_audio_video... http://www.reasonablefaith.org/site/N... We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/

23
04. What does it really mean to be human?

Dr. Andy Bannister ( http://bit.ly/andybannister ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "What does it really mean to be human?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out C. S. Lewis' two books "The Abolition of Man" ( http://bit.ly/1xWbI1F ) and "The Weight of Glory" ( http://bit.ly/1ws358o ). ** You might also want to check out the 2015 RZIM Summer School taking place in Toronto from 28 June to 3 July 2015. The theme this year is "Reduced or Redeemed: What Does It Really Mean To Be Human?". Visit http://rzimsummerschool.ca for more information. Andy Bannister is one of the speakers.** This video is episode 4 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.

24
Jesus Poured Out His Joy for You

We know that, following his resurrection, Jesus ascends to heaven, where he is seated at the right hand of God, where he will reign until all of his enemies are subdued beneath his feet. The Word became flesh and dwelt among us (John 1:14), and then the Word-made-flesh returned to heaven to dwell with God, now as the glorified God-man. In other words, in the ascension, the Son of God returns to the presence and right hand of God the Father — the same presence where there is fullness of joy, and the same right hand that contains eternal pleasures.

25
Natasha Crain: how Christian parents can teach their kids about atheism

I think the bigger point about this post is that parents ought to have a plan for raising Christian kids. So many kids who are raised in the church by “Christian” parents fall away as soon as they hit the university, but there is almost no concern about the university in most churches. Why is that? And can you really outsource the teaching of your kids to pastors who don’t prepare them for college? There is a definition of faith in conservative churches that is not Biblical. It seeks to make faith about emotions and spirituality. Confirming what the Bible says using logical arguments and evidence is frowned upon, even if the parents are smart enough to learn apologetics given their success in other areas (like their careers). In church, it’s seen as “more pious” to just believe what the Bible says without evidence, and try to make Christianity about love instead of truth. That’s what churches teach, but it’s not in the Bible. The Bible is all about presenting evidence to non-believers.

26
Oxford Town

Oxford Town Bob Dylan / Bob Dylan ℗ Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 1988-04-12 Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Lyricist, Vocal: Bob Dylan / Bob Dylan Producer: John Hammond Auto-generated by YouTube.

27
Sean McDowell on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

28
Every Square Inch: An Interview with Bruce Ashford on Cultural Engagement

The better option is to realize that God’s grace restores the natural realm, and that it won’t completely or comprehensively restore that realm until Christ returns. What that means is that the salvation God has given us is one what should affect all of our activities in the natural realm. Christ’s Lordship is as wide as creation, and therefore as wide as culture. He saved us so that we would bring every square inch of our (cultural) lives under submission to his Lordship. We do this as a matter of witness and obedience, and as a preview of the day when Christ returns to renew and restore the universe. Our existence in the renewed universe will be profoundly cultural, replete with art, architecture, song, and so forth.

29
Mad Max: Fury Road

Unlike the Eden of Genesis, a temple-like oasis ultimately meant to bring order, flourishing, and blessing beyond its borders through the stewardship of Adam, the Citadel is a closed imperial fortress where water and greenery are kept out of reach (literally high on cliffs) from the starving, parched masses. “I am your redeemer,” says Joe from his perch on high, perpetuating a cult religion that depends on keeping the throngs just happy enough. Water is ceremoniously released to them in small batches, with Joe saying things like, “Do not become addicted to water . . . you will resent its absence.”

30
New York Times Video on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

31
Premier Christian on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

32
Third Week of May 2015 Round Up of Presuppositional Apologetics' Links

These are links from the internet on Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between May 15th-21st, 2015.

33
Crossway on Twitter

Theology is essential to God's people. We can't afford to neglect it! pic.twitter.com/A8pQ5IzdEs

34
[TogetherLA] Bishop Charles E. Blake, SR: Extreme Commitments

TogetherLA Conference. February 26-28, 2015. West Angeles Cathedral, Los Angeles. TogetherLA Conference. February 26-28, 2015. West Angeles Cathedral, Los Angeles.

35
Defining Atheism: Belief in No God or No Belief in God

Were someone to translate ancient and classical uses of atheos into “no belief in God” they would do an injustice to the text since that is simply not how Greeks and Romans were normally using the term when they first coined it, nor when they continued using it over the years. Etymology (study of word origins, and composite meaning from word parts) is only one way that words take on meaning.When we apply etymology to the English word “atheism,” we have “athe” (from atheos “no God/Godless”) + “-ism” (belief). Belief then characterizes the “no God” hence we have, “Belief in no God.” And the alpha privative, as always, characterizes the word to which its affixed. So the belief is positive, the object of belief in negative. It is “belief in no God” or “belief in Godless[ness].” For etymology to achieve the negative definition of atheism, a popular definition today, from the term would have to be something like, “theos-a-ism” or, “No belief [in a] God.” The etymology argument then is not a friend but a foe of the negative definition of atheism.

36
Acts 17: JurassicGate: Chris Pratt Blasts Political Correctness

Our society claims to promote tolerance. Yet what we mean by "tolerance" nowadays seems to be "throwing a tantrum over anything that could conceivably offend anyone, until people pretend they agree on everything." Tolerance presupposes disagreement. If I agree with your views, I don't need to tolerate them. Tolerance only comes into play when you believe something, I believe something quite different, and we want to make sure we don't start killing each other over our differences. Yet any departure from the status quo, no matter how trivial, is now perceived as a cringeworthy offense, and is met with howling intolerance by the mindless stormtroopers of political correctness. Chris Pratt draws attention to this unfortunate cultural degeneration in a recent tweet, where he apologizes for the inevitable offense he will cause in the Jurassic World press tour. Here's the tweet:

37
Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual Tradition Series | Christian e-Book Deals

Gospel eBooks was the 1st website to provide alerts for free & discount Christian e-books. We monitor the prices in the Kindle store and then let you know about the best deals before they expire. We're here to save you time and money by providing you great e-books that you actually want to read, at a fraction of the cost.

38
Former atheist astrophysicist, Sarah Salviander, explains her journey to Christianity.

Canada was already post-Christian by the 1970s, so I grew up with no religion. In retrospect, it’s amazing that for the first 25 years of my life, I met only three people who identified as Christian. My view of Christianity was negative from an early age, and by the time I was in my twenties I was actively hostile toward Christianity. Looking back, I realized a lot of this was the unconscious absorption of the general hostility toward Christianity that is common in places like Canada and Europe; my hostility certainly wasn’t based on actually knowing anything about Christianity. I had come to believe that Christianity made people weak and foolish; I thought it was philosophically trivial. I was ignorant not only of the Bible, but also of the deep philosophy of Christianity and the scientific discoveries that shed new light on the origins of the universe and life on Earth.

39 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily, by Greg West: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

40
Boy Scouts end ban on openly gay men leading troop leaders

On Thursday BSA President Robert Gates announced that the BSA will soon invite men who have sex with males (MSM) to become troop leaders. “The status quo in our movement’s membership standards cannot be sustained,” Gates disingenuously claimed, indicating that to maintain the BSA’s century-old proscription on “out” homosexual men would spell “the end of us as a national movement.”

41
"It's Only Good News If..." by Tom James

"It's Only Good News If..." by Tom James

42
Ligonier.org

Dr. Sproul continues discussing how the will works by discussing Jonathan Edwards' treatise The Freedom of the Will  and then the pagan view of the will and the free will of men. We choose according to our strongest inclination and because of our radical corruption we are inclined to wickedness so there is no inclination to come to Christ.

43
Crossway on Twitter

What does a community that testifies to God's power look like? Download a free chapter: http://cway.to/1CmIiLp  pic.twitter.com/PEl6WasLM9

44
Evan Rosell on Twitter

My conscience is not democratic. And that's actually the hinge to democracy.

45
Muhammad Compares Aisha to a Good Meal

http://www.answeringmuslims.com Muhammad (the prophet of Islam) had at least nine wives at one time. His favorite wife, however, was Aisha. While describing his fondness for Aisha, Muhammad declared that Aisha was better than other women in the way al-tharid (his favorite meal) was better than other meals. Here are the sources quoted in this video: Sahih al-Bukhari 5158—The Prophet wrote the (marriage contract) with Aisha while she was six years old and consummated his marriage with her while she was nine years old and she remained with him for nine years (i.e. till his death). Sahih Muslim 3480—It was narrated that Aishah said: “The Prophet married me when I was six years old, and consummated the marriage with me when I was nine years old.” Sahih Muslim 3481—It was narrated from Aishah that the Prophet married her when she was seven years old and she was taken to him as a bride when she was nine years old, and she took her dolls with her. He died when she was eighteen years old. Sahih al-Bukhari 5068—The Prophet used to go round (have sexual relations with) all his wives in one night, and he had nine wives.

46
Five Benefits of Corporate Worship

Often we come into corporate worship feeling a sense of spiritual fog. During the rough and tumble of the week, the hard knocks of real life in the fallen world can disorient us to ultimate reality and what’s truly important. We need to clear our head, recalibrate our spirit, and jumpstart our slow heart. Martin Luther found corporate worship powerful in awakening his spiritual fire: “at home, in my own house, there is no warmth or vigor in me, but in the church when the multitude is gathered together, a fire is kindled in my heart and it breaks its way through.”

47
Crossway on Twitter

48 Triablogue: Were Eyewitnesses Alive for Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John to Consult?

http://gregmonette.com/blog/post/question-were-eyewitnesses-alive-for-matthew-mark-luke-and-john-to-consult

49
Russell Moore on Twitter

I hope after I'm gone that Maria has a similarly skewed memory of me: pic.twitter.com/MulvjkZD5m

50
How many charioteers were killed, 700 or 7000?

700 charioteers (2 Samuel 10:18) - "But the Arameans fled before Israel, and David killed 700 charioteers of the Arameans and 40,000 horsemen and struck down Shobach the commander of their army, and he died there."

51 Crossway on Twitter
52 Christian Apologetics: Scientific Evidence for a Creator God: Have Scientists Really Created a New Life Form?
53 A Sequel to ‘World War Z’ Is Coming in 2017
54 Andy Bannister on Twitter
55 Crossway on Twitter
56 Ravi Zacharias on Twitter
57 Sunday Quote!- Sanctification by Faith Alone?
58 Bird-Saving Spider Webs
59 Ligonier.org
60 http://rickwarren.org/devotional/english/affirm-others-by-accepting-them
61 HBU on Twitter
62 MARK MITTELBERG on Twitter
63 Ravi Zacharias on Twitter
64 Josh McDowell on Twitter
65 Can You Reclaim Purity?
66 Crossway on Twitter
67 The TC Apologetics Daily