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The Cultural Shifts Contributing to the School Shootings (Video) | Cold Case Christianity

With the increase in mass school shootings, and since the tragic Florida and Texas school shootings, we have seen protests and much talk about gun control and better security. But what is causing the increase in mass shootings?

How R.C. Sproul Blessed the Church by Preaching the Curse - Tim Challies

It was the 2008 Together for the Gospel Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. This was the early days of this movement called The New Calvinism and this conference was meant to introduce all of these enthusiastic young Calvinists to the old guard, to those few men who had been faithfully preaching these truths for many, many years. It was only right that R.C. Sproul was there, it was only fitting that he was asked to preach. And did he ever! His …

How the Definition of Love Helps Answer the Problem of Evil (Video) | Cold Case Christianity

If God is loving, why would He allow bad things to happen to the people He loves? Does the definition of love help answer this question?

Giving Days raises $300K for Southern Seminary

“God’s kindness to Southern Seminary and Boyce College was on display each of the four days of Giving Days."

A Look at Religious Pluralism: Is Jesus the Only Way of Salvation?

Here was a teaching we did on the topic of religious pluralism and the exclusive nature  of the Gospel. I discuss the issue of Coexist and the differences between exclusivism and inclusivism.

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What Does It Mean to Live in a Post-Truth World?: An Interview with Abdu Murray

Abdu Murray: A few things got me concerned about the way Western culture is viewing the very ideas of truth and clarity. As I speak on university campuses across North America, I’m seeing how the questions students ask have shifted away from factual issues, like evidence for the resurrection, to social and cultural questions that focus on human ability to define reality. Questions about sexual, gender, and religious identity seem to dominate. I’m seeing this in my one-on-one conversations, too. What’s emerging isn’t a quest to find out the facts that might give credibility to the gospel, but a quest to see if the Christian message can actually compete with a secular view that humanity is the determiner of right, wrong, and a better society. In other words, what I began to see was that people have taken to the idea that humanity can replace God.

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Clearing the Fog: “Christianity Doesn’t Need Evidence Because Faith is Blind.” | Living Waters

First, Jesus predicted his resurrection on multiple occasions in the presence of the disciples. Thomas should not have been surprised at the return of Jesus. Second, Thomas heard eyewitness testimony (evidence) from the rest of the disciples and yet still refused to believe. (The vast majority of scientific knowledge we possess depends upon trusting the conclusions of other scientists, which is true for virtually all disciplines.) Third, Jesus did many miracles during his ministry as proof of his identity. In fact, right after the story of Jesus scolding Thomas, John said the miracles of Jesus were recorded “so that you may believe Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and by believing you may have life in His name” (John 20:30-31)

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3 ways the gospel changes apologetics — Southern Equip

Contrary to the fool, the Christian is a lover of wisdom (God’s truth). Our conduct, according to James 3:13, is to “show that [our] works are done in the gentleness that comes from wisdom” (CSB). No longer is the believer concerned about pushing their own agenda. Instead, the believer seeks to align their life according to God’s will and Word. Zeal for winning an argument (i.e. the fool) is transformed to a passion for seeing the lost respond in faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Apologetics becomes less about mere argumentation and more about listening and patiently giving answers (see Jesus’ interaction with the woman at the well in John 4).

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Southern Baptist Convention Cuts DC Baptist Convention Ties Over Refusal to Remove Lesbian Pastors

The Southern Baptist Convention has now officially severed its ties with the District of Columbia Baptist Convention after the latter refused to remove a married lesbian couple as co-pastors from a church in the nation's capital.

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A Hospitable Response to Muslim Immigration

First, he argues, Christians need to be wary of and avoid the political rhetoric of both the right and also the left. Moreover, Christians must work at deconstructing the nationalism that characterizes much of evangelicalism, he says, and come to accept Islamic ideas as appropriate for the secular public arena. Pluralism (in secular space) and recognizing (or, as Kaemingk puts it, embracing) the fact that Christianity no longer holds a privileged place and will experience increasing marginalization are essential to this deconstruction. American evangelicals, as he puts it, will have to “stop trying to control American history” and, as part of the struggle for religious freedom, should contend “for the rights of other moral minorities—including Islam.” This includes defending mosques and other Muslim spaces, as well as cooperating with Muslim “cobelligerents” against ideological secularism.

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Episode 073: Hell and Kids - Christian Research Institute

It is important to understand the sources of our modern distaste for the teaching of the doctrine of hell, for these are part of the strongholds characteristic of our times. By critically exploring these sources, we can best instruct children in the essential biblical doctrine of hell and avoid an abuse of greater severity: their being unaware of its reality.

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How to Deal with your Atheist Professor.

A student at East Carolina University asked me recently how can he deal with an atheist Professor in class. This piece of advice can be used in and out the classroom.

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Save the Egg!

I am writing to make you aware that I (Greg West) and The Poached Egg will be needing your help.  After serving with Ratio Christi for 5 years, our partnership is coming to an end. I desire to see that the great work being done on campus continues and that, despite no longer being a part of RC, I can make The Poached Egg an even better resource for those defending the faith and sharing the gospel on campus or in the community.

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The Wrath of God Poured Out — The Humiliation of the Southern Baptist Convention

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The Left Behind of Rural America

America’s rural share of the population has dropped from 95 percent in 1810 to 55 percent in 1910 to 20 percent in 2010. And there’s no turnaround in sight. It’s a fact that makes tens of millions of rural Americans defensive about their place in our national life. They feel under threat, according to Robert Wuthnow, professor of social sciences at Princeton University and author of a new book, The Left Behind: Decline and Rage in Rural America . A native of Kansas, Wuthnow has interviewed hundreds of rural Americans and found deep concern “that their way of life is eroding, shifting imperceptibly under the feet, and being discredited and attacked from the outside.”

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Save the Egg!

I am writing to make you aware that I (Greg West) and The Poached Egg will be needing your help.  After serving with Ratio Christi for 5 years, our partnership is coming to an end. I desire to see that the great work being done on campus continues and that, despite no longer being a part of RC, I can make The Poached Egg an even better resource for those defending the faith and sharing the gospel on campus or in the community.

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For Christians, Religious Liberty Ought to Be More Than A Matter of Opinion | Cold Case Christianity

So, as “two core American values – freedom of religion and freedom from discrimination,” begin to collide in legislatures and courtrooms across America, let’s learn to defend our Christian beliefs with more than anecdotal, personal stories. I encourage every Christian to study, master and articulate the historical, scientific and philosophical evidence for the Christian worldview. Believe it or not, it’s possible to be a Christian because of the evidence, rather than in spite of the evidence . Let’s help others recognize this important truth, and the fact that our desire to protect religious liberty is rooted in more than a matter of subjective opinion, it’s grounded in a reasonable desire to live in accordance with the truth.

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Islamicize Me Days 5, 6, 7 Commentary BACKSTAGE w VOCAB MALONE (behind the scenes)

Go BACKSTAGE of Islamicize Me with Vocab Malone as he gives commentary on Days 5, 6, and 7 of #IslamicizeMe Behind the Scenes os the Following episodes: "Poison Control, the Gang Gets Poisoned", "The Prophet's Drinking Game, All Water is Safe to Drink", and Dunk Your Flies (Help Me). Help Vocab keep putting this content out by giving support @ https://www.paypal.me/vocabmalone/25 https://cash.me/$VocabMalone

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Is Jesus Just a Pagan Copycat?

There was once this guy.  He was a really nice guy, and he helped a lot of people with his amazing powers.  He could even control the weather.  One time, this nice guy brought someone back from the dead.  In fact, if you think that’s impressive, he was killed and placed in a tomb, but he was resurrected.  He was the one and only son of his father, who sent him to earth as a child.  And this guy’s name is…

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Islamicize Me Day 8: Urine Luck!

Since the gang keeps getting sick, Giovanni heads to the zoo for a bottle of Muhammad's magic cure-all! To visit Vocab's channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/vocabmalone To visit Jon's channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1ok... PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3615911 TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Acts17 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php? ... MINDS: https://www.minds.com/Acts17Apologetics WEBSITE: http://www.acts17.net

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First-Century Mark Fragment Update

Apology In my debate with Bart, I mentioned that I had it on good authority that this was definitely a first -century fragment of Mark. A representative for who I understood was the owner of FCM urged me to make the announcement at the debate, which they realized would make this go viral. However, the information I received and was assured to have been vetted was incorrect. It was my fault for being naïve enough to trust that the data I got was unquestionable, as it was presented to me. So, I must first apologize to Bart Ehrman, and to everyone else, for giving misleading information about this discovery. While I am sorry for publicly announcing inaccurate facts, at no time in the public statements (either in the debate or on my blogsite) did I knowingly do this. But I should have been more careful about trusting any  sources without my personal verification, a lesson I have since learned.

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Case-Making 101: Prophecy and the Bible

We have been laying out a “Case for the Bible” over the past few posts and the evidence collection has been based on a question that many have posed: How do we know the Bible is the Word of God? You can be skeptical of the Bible as I once was but at some point, in light of the avalanche of evidence, you have to pause and ask yourself: Could it be true? If there is at least a 50/50 chance based on the evidence you’ve seen here that the Bible is the Word of God (and its more like 90/10) don’t you owe it to yourself to consider it?

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What happens if young people stop caring about truth?

ABDU MURRAY: Thanks for the opportunity to share about the book, Sean. The title is meant to be a double-entendre. In and of itself, truth doesn’t need saving but it does need to be saved in the sense that we’ve lost our emphasis on it as a culture. We’re in a “post-truth” society, which elevates personal preferences and feelings over facts and truth. We don’t deny that truth exists, we just subordinate it to our preferences. We think that this will lead to freedom and human dignity and flourishing. But it won’t. It will lead to chaos because truth no longer serves as the standard by which to judge human preferences and opinions. That’s why we’re seeing such vilification of “them.” Whoever disagrees with our preferences is automatically a villain, even if the truth is on their side. We need to recover our love of the truth and its primacy if we’re to escape the chaos that so laces our cultural climate. When we see that truth is the lens through which we should shape and express our preferences, we’ll see the truth that we are made in God’s image and that Jesus redeemed that image at the cross.

23 Why Satan Might Keep You from Porn

Now, I am not suggesting that you cease cultivating his lusts. This would be to abandon your tanks and cannons. No, continue to tempt him towards that lingering gaze as his co-worker and those YouTube videos that — while not technically being “porn” — cause the cauldron to brew. And, by all means, tempt him to look at nudity — just keep his harem within the walls of his imagination. This way, he will be less prone to confess it to others or feel like any real repentance is required. If ever he gets convicted to do so, congratulate him that at least he isn’t looking at porn.

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A Widening of the Apologetic Enterprise

The work of James K. A. Smith has helped us reflect more deeply on the religious nature of these Saturday afternoon spectacles. Go to a SEC (Southeastern Conference) college campus on a Saturday in the fall, and you will witness devoted worshipers of all ages citing liturgy (cheers), singing praises (fight songs), and participating in ordinances (tailgates and other pregame rituals) that have been passed down through the generations. You need only view the reactions of the losing and winning teams’ fans after the game to realize how many of them wrap up their identities in their team’s success. I have witnessed highly educated and respected church leaders almost physically fight over a game. The hostility and resentment between different fan groups still amaze me. Idols are powerful forces; they appeal to us in profound ways and at multiple levels.

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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:

27 A Widening of the Apologetic Enterprise

The work of James K. A. Smith has helped us reflect more deeply on the religious nature of these Saturday afternoon spectacles. Go to a SEC (Southeastern Conference) college campus on a Saturday in the fall, and you will witness devoted worshipers of all ages citing liturgy (cheers), singing praises (fight songs), and participating in ordinances (tailgates and other pregame rituals) that have been passed down through the generations. You need only view the reactions of the losing and winning teams’ fans after the game to realize how many of them wrap up their identities in their team’s success. I have witnessed highly educated and respected church leaders almost physically fight over a game. The hostility and resentment between different fan groups still amaze me. Idols are powerful forces; they appeal to us in profound ways and at multiple levels.

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Should Christians Get Involved in Politics?

Should Christians Get Involved in Politics? Frank Turek delivers the argument from the Biblical, philosophical, moral, theological, and historical positions. Please visit http://www.CrossExamined.org for more on why Christians should be involved in politics. Also, go to http://www.ImpactApologetics.com for more resources on Christian Apologetics and Christian Worldview, including the entire DVD of this teaching series.

29 Bill Gates Recommends People Read a Book About Christianity and the Idea of Healing

The memoir tells Bowler’s journey of wrestling with her faith while battling stage IV colon cancer. Raised to believe that everything happens for a reason, Bowler tried to discern the deeper purpose behind her condition. Perhaps it was a divine test or something. But along the way, Bowler was forced to reconsider the simple formula for reality provided by the prosperity in which she believed: namely, that God rewards the faithful with health and wealth.

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What We Can Learn from Reformation Worship and Liturgies

Reformation Worship: Liturgies from the Past for the Present is a resource of almost unparalleled richness in its field, representing an immense labor of love on the part of its editors and translators. It gathers together liturgies crafted by some of the leading figures in the Protestant Reformation and employed by them to aid worship in a wide variety of places and churches. We owe an immense debt of gratitude to those who have participated in this project. They would, I feel sure, tell us that the best way we can repay that debt is to read carefully, to assess biblically, and then to reach down into the first principles of worship variously expressed in these liturgies from the past, and apply them wisely and sensitively in our worship in the present. This can only lead to a new reformation of the worship of God the Trinity. Such access to the Father through the Son in the power of the Holy Spirit can alone help the congregations of God’s people, in the place and time they occupy, to worship with renewed mind, transformed affections, and holy joy. Importance of Worship Reformation Worship is an important book for several reasons.

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The Best Story (Video) | Cold Case Christianity

Designed as a response to to James Choung’s “Big Story” , this visual presentation illustrates the transformational power of the Gospel and its ability to empower us, as Christians, to impact and heal the world around us. We hope to provide a visual tool that addresses our desire to heal the planet, while retaining the foundational purpose of Jesus Christ: the offer of personal forgiveness for sin, reconciliation with the God of the Universe, and the gift of eternal life.

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Clearing the Fog: 'Christianity Doesn't Need Evidence Because Faith is Blind.'

First, Jesus predicted his resurrection on multiple occasions in the presence of the disciples. Thomas should not have been surprised at the return of Jesus. Second, Thomas heard eyewitness testimony (evidence) from the rest of the disciples and yet still refused to believe. (The vast majority of scientific knowledge we possess depends upon trusting the conclusions of other scientists, which is true for virtually all disciplines.) Third, Jesus did many miracles during his ministry as proof of his identity. In fact, right after the story of Jesus scolding Thomas, John said the miracles of Jesus were recorded “so that you may believe Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and by believing you may have life in His name” ( John 20:30-31 )

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What Challenges Are Facing the Church? (Podcast) | Cold Case Christianity

In this podcast, J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Andrew Rappaport .  Among the many topics, they discuss J. Warner’s background as a cold case detective, his books, and one of the main reasons children walk away from the church. J. Warner and Andrew also talk about the book Sharing the Good News with Mormons . Be sure to listen to all of Andrew’s great podcasts at Striving for Eternity Ministries .

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Does the beginning of the universe require a cause?

“An explosion you think of as kind of a messy event. And this is the point about entropy. The explosion in which our universe began was not a messy event. And if you talk about how messy it could have been, this is what the Penrose calculation is all about essentially. It looks at the observed statistical entropy in our universe. The entropy per baryon. And he calculates that out and he arrives at a certain figure. And then he calculates using the Bekenstein-Hawking formula for Black-Hole entropy what the,,, (what sort of entropy could have been associated with,,, the singularity that would have constituted the beginning of the universe). So you’ve got the numerator, the observed entropy, and the denominator, how big it (the entropy) could have been. And that fraction turns out to be,, 1 over 10 to the 10 to the 123rd power. Let me just emphasize how big that denominator is so you can gain a real appreciation for how small that probability is. So there are 10^80th baryons in the universe. Protons and neutrons. No suppose we put a zero on every one of those. OK, how many zeros is that? That is 10^80th zeros.

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Atheist apologists who dislike apologetics - Randal Rauser

If you spend any time engaging with the lay atheist/skeptic community, you will soon discover that “apologetics” is a four letter word. This is ironic given that the lay atheist/skeptic who treats “apologetics” as a curse is inevitably invested in her own apologetic enterprise, albeit from an atheistic perspective. She’s read her Dawkins and Stenger, her Dennett and Harris, and so her anti-religious apologists have equipped her with a fiery indignation toward “apologetics”.

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The Wrath of God Poured Out — The Humiliation of the Southern Baptist Convention

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LOL "Wrath of God" (TM) It was a bunch of women bloggers for the most part because a large majority of the power brokers (who are male) did nothing but look the other way. From the cheap seats where most of us sit it seems God and Satan were sitting this 1 out.

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http://pastorrick.com/devotional/english/don-t-give-up-refuse-to-be-bitter1

3. Face the world again, firm and courageous. Many people, when they’re hurt, withdraw into a shell. They say, “I’ll never let anybody hurt me again!” They retire from life. Job says to do the exact opposite: Resume your life; don’t retire from it. Get back out there in the world.

43 Loving Difficult People

It probably isn’t hard for you to think of a difficult person in your own life. In our broken, sin-filled world, they are everywhere. The coworker who is willing to do anything to get ahead, including taking credit for your ideas. The in-laws who always seem to be peering over your shoulder, critiquing your parenting skills, and offering “suggestions” for improvement. The child who knows exactly how to push your buttons to leave you exasperated and flustered again. The person in your ministry who is constantly complaining about your leadership, who thinks he has better ideas and communicates them with a sharp and biting tongue. The passive-aggressive friend who is kind one moment and gives you the cold shoulder the next. The list can go on and on.

44 Where Does God Want Me to Work?

In 1 Peter 5:2, we find this remarkably good news about how God’s heart for our good and enduring joy stands behind his leading us vocationally. The text is about the pastoral calling, but we can see in it the God who calls us into any carefully appointed station. God wants pastors who labor “not under compulsion, but willingly, as God would have you.” How remarkable is it that working from aspiration and delight, not obligation and duty, would be “as God would have you.” This is the kind of God we have — the desiring (not dutiful) God, who wants workers who are desiring (not dutiful) workers. He wants his people, like their pastors, to do their work “with joy and not with groaning, for that would be of no advantage” to those whom they serve (Hebrews 13:17).

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How to Raise Your Kids So They Will Remain in the Faith | Cold Case Christianity

Some good guidance here (please visit Daryl’s post for all the details). The most striking “tip” Daryl offered, however, was #4: Teach your children the Bible and about God. Who wouldn’t agree with this priority? For many of us, however, the challenge seems daunting. Do we know enough about the Bible to teach it to our children? What else do we need to know in order to effectively teach our children about God? Does this also involve making a case for God’s existence and answering the objections they will ultimately face from the culture? I think it does. Several years ago, Jon Nielson , the college pastor at College Church in Wheaton, Illinois wrote an article entitled, Why Youth Stay in Church When They Grow Up . Jon cited three important characteristics of college aged Christians who held on to their faith and were committed to their church family:

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Is My Joy Essential in Glorifying God?

To the average person listening to that sentence — “we are more satisfied when God is more glorified” — it communicates that our glorifying God is one thing and our being satisfied in God or enjoying God is a separate thing from glorifying God. It’s a response to glorifying God. As long as people are thinking only in those categories, they’ll never understand Christian Hedonism. They won’t understand what it is, and they won’t get to the heart of what it means for them to glorify God.

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Midweek Apologetics Hit & Misc: The Final Frontier

Christians today are facing more challenges than ever. The Poached Egg exists to equip Christians to meet those challenges and be more confident in their faith and become more effective witnesses for Christ. If you find these articles and posts useful, please consider partnering with me in 2018 to continue this work that God has laid on my heart. As someone once said, the Gospel is free, but someone has to pay for the plumbing. You can become a monthly partner for just as little as $5 a month (that’s only $60 a year), the price of a gourmet cup of coffee. Special one time gifts are welcome and encouraged as well. Will you help?

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"...the best response to the Nakba is to help Palestinians to move beyond it. The spirit of Palestine cannot be a spirit of spite...Contrary to popular belief, we don’t have to choose a side." By asking only ONE side to suck dirt, and get over it-you are choosing a side!

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