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The Bible is God's Word: The Proof and Evidence

Defending the Persecuted

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Bishop of Manchester says "we are the many, we are Manchester" - Premier

The Bishop of Manchester told thousands of people at a vigil held in Manchester to remember the victims of Monday's terror attack that "we are the many, we are Manchester".

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7 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

The Empty Tomb | The John 10:10 Project

The reality of the empty tomb was confirmed by hundreds of eyewitnesses, Roman historical accounts, first century tradition and the rapid growth of the early Christian church.  Featuring Mike Licona, Mark Strauss, Lee Strobel, J.P. Moreland, Gary Habermas, William Lane Craig and Craig Evans.

Argument for the Early Dating of Christian Theology and Christian Writings

Two accusations by skeptics regarding the Christian faith are that the miraculous aspects of the life of Jesus were invented late and that the written accounts we now have in the Bible were also written later than the lifetimes of the supposed authors. It is reasonable to conclude that neither of these accusations are true. The theology that Jesus died for our sins and then rose from the dead is present in the Christian community within 4 years and written down within 17 years of the death of Jesus. Starting with two epistles written by Paul we can date the doctrine of the resurrection to very soon after of the crucifixion of Jesus. It is the overwhelming conclusion by ancient historians – even Christian skeptics - that Paul did actually write these letters. 1 st Corinthians was written by Paul around 53 AD, while Galatians was written sometime before 57 AD. The dating of Jesus’s death is debated, but it is either 30 AD or 33 AD. Using Paul’s writings, the logic goes as follows:[1]

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Manchester attack: Churches respond - Premier

Churches are praying for those affected by the terrorist attack in Manchester that left 22 people dead - including children - and 59 injured as they left a pop concert at Manchester Arena.

Multiverse: Is Our Universe One of Many?

Scientists today increasingly talk and write about the multiverse. What is the multiverse? The multiverse is the belief that our universe is just one of many universes. Presumably, each universe exists parallel to and independent of one another. If this sounds like science fiction, philosophy, or religion, it is, because the multiverse could be classified in any one of those categories. Whatever the multiverse is, it definitely is not science. How can the multiverse be scientific (given that science is the study of the natural world using our five senses) when other universes, by definition, are beyond our ability to detect? If the multiverse is not science, why do so many scientists believe in it? The reasons have nothing to do with science but instead are the result of presuppositions and worldview.

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Get Disciplined About Discipleship

The goal of the Church is not to create attenders, tithers or ministry participants. It is not even to create program volunteers, although that may overlap with the true goal. The great commission commands us to make disciples. Every church would accept this in principle. But what is the plan to make disciples? I think many churches just hope that it will happen. The pastor may teach on the importance of mentoring and then hope someone will get it and decide to mentor a new Christian. Many churches likely are seeking some discipleship goals through small groups. That can be a means but attending a small group does not equate discipleship. Most small groups (from my experience) are primarily about fellowship and support. Those are good things but they are not the same as discipleship…

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The Most Marginalized Minority

But I fear isolation is sometimes caused by a spirit of self-preservation that says, “I don’t know what to say,” or, “We don’t have the resources to help,” or, “I can’t relate.” I fear isolation is caused by equating “missional” with “cool.” In our push to achieve cultural relevance through aesthetic excellence we effectively tell the disabled “stand over there” (James 2:3) because we don’t know how to fit them into our ideas of being missional. You can’t keep a hip image in the mess of serving a nine-year-old who yells profanities, or a thirty-year-old who drools on you. Not anymore than Jesus could keep his hands clean when rubbing spit and mud on the blind man’s eyes (John 9:6).

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The Nightmare Driving the American Dream

The American Dream looks like an impressive mountain to climb when it’s really just a tiny cave in which to hide. People look like they are aspiring, striving, and succeeding, but in reality they are cowering. Confident, put together, assertive on the outside, but terrified within. We cover our deepest fears by trying to achieve more, acquire more, and be more.

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Should Christians Divide Over the Age of the Earth? Review of the New Book.

Dr. Cabal is thoughtful, kind, and engaging in the classroom. Thus, I’m not surprised to see his recent book reflect those characteristics as well. Even though he is an old-earth creationist (OEC), Cabal goes out of his way to mention that most young earth creationists (YECs) do not consider the earth’s age worth dividing over, and that many members of BioLogos, who are committed to influencing the church towards embracing evolution, have treated him and his views with kindness and respect.

Extraordinary Claims and Extraordinary Evidence

"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence" is a phrase that was popularized by Carl Sagan but has its roots from at least the 18th century Enlightenment when the miracles of Christianity were being questioned by certain intellectual thinkers of the day. The most famous Enlightenment critic of Christianity was probably David Hume who wrote an essay called  Of Miracles in 1748 where he states, "Suppose, for instance, that the fact, which the testimony endeavours to establish, partakes of the extraordinary and the marvellous; in that case, the evidence, resulting from the testimony, admits of a diminution, greater or less, in proportion as the fact is more or less unusual." At first this statement may sound reasonable. For instance, I am more likely to believe you if you tell me you had breakfast this morning than I would believe you if you told me that you levitated off the ground this morning without anything holding you up. But does the fact that I believe you if you say you did something ordinary and I don't believe you if you say you did something extraordinary support the statement that "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence?" Actually, it doesn't.

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23 ‘The Most Hated Woman in America’ Remembers a Culture War Without Heroes

While O’Hair did not intend to become the face of “freedom from religion,” she did entertain an infatuation with the notion of being a “revolutionary.” Early scenes with her eldest son, Bill, feature romanticized notions of an “us against the world” perspective, and in one interview she ribs, “I do love a good fight. And taking on God and the church is kind of the ultimate, isn’t it?” In one of the most powerful moments in the film, an upbeat “This Little Light of Mine” serves as the backdrop for a sequence of scenes showing the creation and growth of the American Atheists. O’Hair tapes newspaper clippings with headlines like “The Devil’s Daughter” on the walls of her mother’s dining room, and she unwraps a box of magazines bearing the headline “Most Hated Woman in America” to the cheerful applause of her staff.

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25 Interview on the Eric Metaxas Show

Great chat about the Apostles’s Creed, dirty Koalas, writing fiction, and religious liberty.

26 The Life and Times of Redeemer Presbyterian Church

But Keller’s plant has lasted nearly six times that long. When he preaches his last sermon on June 25, Redeemer will be 28 years old. Over nearly three decades, attendance has soared from around 50 to more than 5,000. The congregation expanded into two, then three locations. They ministered to thousands through Hope for New York, re-imagined employment through the Center for Faith and Work, and launched a church-planting hub now called City to City.

The Point: Dark Side Babies

I’ve often observed, and been a little worried, at how a lot of people always get costumes of characters on the dark side of the force. It happens everywhere! Darth Vader, storm troopers…you name it! Might see Chewbacca here and there, but otherwise, it seems to be all those on the dark side!

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Neither Do I Condemn You

[[They went each to his own house, but Jesus went to the Mount of Olives. Early in the morning he came again to the temple. All the people came to him, and he sat down and taught them. The scribes and the Pharisees brought a woman who had been caught in adultery, and placing her in the midst they said to him, “Teacher, this woman has been caught in the act of adultery. Now in the Law Moses commanded us to stone such women. So what do you say?” This they said to test him, that they might have some charge to bring against him. Jesus bent down and wrote with his finger on the ground. And as they continued to ask him, he stood up and said to them, “Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.” And once more he bent down and wrote on the ground. But when they heard it, they went away one by one, beginning with the older ones, and Jesus was left alone with the woman standing before him. Jesus stood up and said to her, “Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?” She said, “No one, Lord.” And Jesus said, “Neither do I condemn you; go, and from now on sin no more.

Star Wars: Expanded Universe Read-Through “Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil”

Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil  starts yet another ten years after the previous entry,  Rule of Two  (which itself started 10 years after the first,  Path of Destruction ). Bane is beginning to have concerns about his apprentice, Zannah, who has yet to challenge him to combat despite his own belief that she ought to have done so by now–and his suspicion that she may even be able to best him. He is also pursuing the path to possible immortality from a lost Sith document that will give him time to find a new apprentice and destroy Zannah, if needed. Meanwhile, Zannah is making strides of her own, plotting to take on her own apprentice, a rogue Jedi named Set, while pursuing the mission Bane sent her on offworld. Bane is captured by the vengeful daughter of Caleb, the healer Bane threatened in order to be helped. He escapes with help from a former compatriot in the Sith army, and goes to confront Zannah at last. Set takes some valuable Sith artifacts and escapes, hoping to learn about immortality on his own, while Bane moves to confront Zannah. The Huntress, an assassin has pledged to become Zannah’s new apprentice if she defeats Bane.

How do I forgive someone who refuses to say sorry? - A Brick in the Valley

Watch the below video with Dr. Jeremy Pierre. If I ever issue a revised copy of  Unpacking Forgiveness: Biblical Answers for Complex Questions and Deep Wounds  I’m going to pay my own gas money to buy Dr. Pierre lunch so we can talk biblical forgiveness. He interacts with hard questions in a way that is both pastorally sensitive and biblically responsible. 

How Government Support Saved Me

To me, the WIC symbol at the grocery store is a small beacon of hospitality in a world increasingly dominated by utilitarianism. When I go to the grocery store and see the blue WIC signs over the corresponding food—cereal, eggs, beans, corn tortillas—I remember the paltry amount we received for fruits and vegetables ($12 a month) and wonder how much people judged me for taking that handout. Now that I have been slightly in need, I have the opposite response: I wish we as a country did more. Now that I have a mortgage and pay heavily on my freelance earnings, I am happy to think that some of it goes towards my friends and neighbors. I am happy to know just a small part of my debt is being repaid to all of those precious people who took care of me, and so many others.

God and the Easter Bunny: Atheists with Egg on Their Faces

Rapid Response: 'The Gospels Are Unreliable'

In our Rapid Response series, we tackle common concerns about (and objections to) the Christian worldview by providing short, conversational responses. These posts are designed to model what our answers might look like in a one-on-one setting, while talking to a friend or family member. Imagine if someone made the following claim: “Even if the events recorded in the Gospels came from eyewitness accounts, why should we trust what eyewitnesses tell us? Even modern-day witnesses are notoriously unreliable and are often wrong about what they claim to have seen. Why should we trust ancient eyewitness accounts?” How would you respond to such an objection? Here is a conversational example of how I recently replied:

Albert Mohler - Ask Anything Live (Episode 4)

In this interactive live broadcast, Albert Mohler answers viewers' questions on a wide range of topics including theology, ministry, and culture.

Should we expect to know what God's reason is for allowing evil and suffering?

The problem of evil is no doubt the most serious challenge to belief in God. Even religious believers find it troubling that evil exists in the world—and so much evil! It is puzzling, to say the least, that an all-powerful, absolutely good being would allow evil to exist in his creation. And yet it does. Evil and suffering exist and they are often overwhelming in their magnitude.

Renewing Your Mind | Confidence in the Bible | May 24, 2017

Established on God's very own character, His Word abides through the ages. Today, Stephen Nichols links the past with the present to show how the Bible is our sure-footed foundation for confidence and is as culturally relevant today as ever.

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Will You Ever Write a Piper Bible Commentary?

I don’t know whether I will write a commentary, but if I wrote the commentary, I would like to write one that forces questions of reality. This is kind of a second point besides helping people see for themselves, but a way of understanding, forces questions of reality. Sometimes these questions are called application, like, “Oh, we need some application in the commentary.” I think that’s misleading, given what I’m after, because it assumes that we’ve got the meaning down and we understand the reality spoken of. What we need is to just connect it with something in our lives.

Pope offers olive branch to President Trump - Premier

The Pope has held a private audience with US President Donald Trump, putting aside their previous clashes.

Case-Making 101: Is the Bible written by eyewitnesses of the events?

Eyewitness Accounts: Many people think the Bible is just like other “holy books” telling mythological stories or giving philosophical advice. Not true! Upon close examination one will find that the Bible with its 66 different books is written by at least 40 authors who were either eyewitnesses of the accounts or who record eyewitness testimony. These authors came and went over a period of about 1500 years yet they are so cohesive in their subject matter and theme to the point that the 66 books flow as one. In addition the Bible’s content and preservation is unmatched in ancient literature.

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Vanishing Adulthood and the American Moment: A Conversation with Senator Ben Sasse May 23, 2017

45 The Briefing 05-24-17 -

As Solomon warned, “Of making many books there is no end” (Ecc 12:12). There is no way to read everything, and not everything deserves to be read. I say that in order to confront the notion that anyone, anywhere, can master all that could be read with profit. I read a great deal, and a large portion of my waking hours are devoted to reading.

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Jonathan Wells, Author of Zombie Science: Fossil Finds Only Confuse Human Origins

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Can You Hear God’s Voice?

Are we hearing God’s voice in the Bible as just another sliver of noise in the echo chamber of our minds? Or do we give God’s word the undistracted audience it deserves? Think through the habits of your life, the voices you listen to — does God’s voice shape and color, amplify or silence the other voices you hear? What we hear and what we listen to every day is the material that will make up our faith (Romans 10:17). Are you letting God’s word feed your faith?

My Words Did Not Save Her Baby

I can’t answer why this happened. I don’t know why we’re sometimes handed an opportunity to say something, but we are not able to help someone choose life instead. It doesn’t make sense. But I do know that when speaking up about abortion does not turn out the way we hope, we are not hopeless. There are still several things we can do to fight for the sanctity of human life.

50 How Could Jesus Be God if He Didn’t Know the Time of His Return? | Stand to Reason

This emptying is best understood as a voluntary limiting—or veiling—of the divine attributes. The clearest example of this is when Jesus limits His glory. If Jesus is God, shouldn’t He be glowing all the time? But He isn’t. Therefore, He must not be God. Well, not so fast!

51 How God Opens the Eyes of the Heart
52 Why 'Anything Goes' is Dangerous
53 Jarena Lee
54 We Actually Don’t Need a Trinitarian Revival
55 Mark 8:34–38: You Can’t Buy a Soul Out of Hell
56 Premier Christianity on Twitter
57 CRI on Twitter
58 God is sovereign, but it’s OK to be afraid after the Manchester attack - Premier Christianity
59 The Briefing 05-23-17 -
60 'Political' Issues That Shouldn't Be So Political
61 Discovery Said to Show Dinosaurs Walked with Their Evolutionary Ancestors
62 The Life and Times of Redeemer Presbyterian Church
63 The Only Constant in Life: Our Anchor in the Storms of Change
64 Black Protestants Show Strongest Support for Maternity Leave
65 Evidence, Knowledge, and Science: How Does Christianity Measure Up?
66 The Point: NC Is Doing Fine
67 Survey: On Most Moral Issues Americans Are More Permissive Than Ever
68 Why Planned Parenthood Needs to Be Shut Down for Good
69 Reasonable Faith, Biblical Interpretation and “Tipping Point” Evidence | Cold Case Christianity
70 CRI on Twitter
71 Regeneration Is Monergistic
72 Lee Strobel on Twitter
73 Does The Minimal Facts Approach Dishonor God's Word?
74 Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical Gospels Attributed to James? | Cold Case Christianity
75 Talbot Seminary on Twitter
76 The Christian Life and Biblical Apologetics | carm
77 Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
78 Will the Real Islam Please Stand Up? - Christian Research Institute
79 US Adults Now Spend 12 Hours 7 Minutes a Day Consuming Media - eMarketer
80 What Is Gospel-Shaped Mercy?
81 The Church’s Three-Part Harmony
82 How Can There Be a Trinity?
83 Greg Koukl on Twitter
84 Wilsey and Wittman to join Southern Seminary faculty - News - SBTS
85 Who's right about Scripture: Catholics or Protestants? | Pastor Mark Driscoll
86 Premier Christian on Twitter
87 Why Kids Need a Biblical Worldview and Where to Start - Jonathan Morrow
88 The Donald meets Pope Francis: What did your news sources tell you about common ground?
89 Line of Fire with Dr Brown on the App Store
90 How Do We Make Theology Come Alive for Students?
91 What Our Anger Is Telling Us
92 You Can Forgive Your Parents
93 The Science of Sinning Less
94 Premier Christian on Twitter
95 Ask Anything with Albert Mohler — Wednesday, May 24 at 3pm ET
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98 Fearless Faith Series | Ep5