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The Gospel According to Ewan McGregor

We sat down with Ewan McGregor to talk about his groundbreaking take on the 40-day temptation of Jesus, and the experience of getting inside the head of history’s most famous foes.

Top Ten Books in Apologetics |

I often hear people asking about recommendations for books in the area of apologetics. There are always good and new books coming out. One place where you can look for these is the book reviews page at Hope’s Reason: A Journal of Apologetics. Another way to find what is good is to look at the …

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Am I Good Enough to Go to Heaven?

Will God allow me into heaven? Have I lived a good enough life? Sean briefly answers these questions from the life and teachings of Jesus.

US Ministers' Conference Live Stream - Banner of Truth

Welcome to the US Ministers’ Conference live stream webpage. This year the Banner will be providing a live video stream for all of the conference addresses taking place at our US Ministers’ Conference. View the schedule below to see when …

Christian Aid Week // Big Brekkie - premier

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

Design through the Looking Glass

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

The Medical Background to Intelligent Design

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

What's Going on in Canada's Parliament?

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

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What the Bleep Does the Bible Say About Profanity?

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

2 Grace to You Radio

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

3 Ligonier Ministries

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

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FREE Social Media Management Dashboard | Twitter/Facebook Marketing Tool | Commun.it

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

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FREE Social Media Management Dashboard | Twitter/Facebook Marketing Tool | Commun.it

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

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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

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Grace to You

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

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New Provost Announced

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

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Women Teaching Men — How Far Is Too Far?

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

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If You Can Keep It

If You Can Keep It is at once a thrilling review of America's uniqueness, and a sobering reminder that America's greatness cannot continue unless we truly understand what our founding fathers meant for us to be.  The book includes a stirring call-to-action for every American to understand the ideals behind the "noble experiment in ordered liberty" that is America. It also paints a vivid picture of the tremendous fragility of that experiment and explains why that fragility has been dangerously forgotten—and in doing so it lays out our own responsibility to live those ideals and carry on those freedoms. Metaxas believes America is not a nation bounded by ethnic identity or geography, but rather by a radical and unprecedented idea, based upon liberty and freedom. It's time to reconnect to that idea before America loses the very foundation for what made it exceptional in the first place.

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Don’t Waste Your Life

It's easy to slip through life without taking any risks-without making your life count. But life ought not be wasted. You don't need to know a lot of things to make a lasting difference in the world, but you do have to know the few, great, unchanging, and glorious things that matter and be willing to live and to die for them.

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The Surprising New Findings that Could Re-Shape the Pro-Life Movement

Obviously, but Roe v. Wade was a legal case. And because one of the most decisive victories for the so-called “pro-choice” side was legal, almost all of the energy in the fight against abortion in the U.S. seems to center on the legal front. So as this study reveals that the legal status of abortion plays a statistically non existent role in affecting abortion rates, we will need to rethink those energies. Abortion certainly isn’t less than a legal issue, but it is far more.

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Nine Steps to Presenting the Case for Christianity - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

Becoming a “Case Making” Christian means applying the basic rules of investigation and presentation to every aspect of the Christian Life. Why do you believe a particular Christian Doctrine? Have you applied good investigative techniques to your view? Are you able to present your view to others? Why do you behave in a particular way? Have you investigated the foundational belief guiding your behavior? Are you able to defend this belief on the basis of Biblical evidence?

14 You Are Your Body

Every time I check the weather on my phone these days, I first have to watch an ad video from a local fertility clinic. The doctor asks, “Are you ready to have children, but your body is not?” And then he goes on to describe his services.

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Grieve and Receive the Gift of Special Needs

I find it so helpful to reflect on what Paul did when he was given a gift that he didn’t want (2 Corinthians 12:7–10). He identified it as fundamentally destructive: “a thorn was given me in the flesh, a messenger of Satan to harass me.” Yet he also recognised what God was doing through it: “to keep me from becoming conceited.” Yet he also prayed emphatically that it might be removed: “Three times I pleaded with the Lord about this, that it should leave me.” Yet he also found a place of peace with it: “For the sake of Christ, then, I am content. . . . For when I am weak, then I am strong.” By affirming both its divine purpose and its fallen nature, he was able to hold exactly the tension we have been talking about.

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Four Reasons Why We Leave

His mission did not die when he did. It was a fresh beginning, not a final scene. He redeemed and released the largest missionary force the world has ever known. His final words still reverberate in the ears of his followers today, “Go and make disciples.” Jesus Christ was the greatest missionary because he died to save the nations, and to send his messengers all over the world with the gospel. We were his mission. We are his ambassadors. Our God left the earth for now, and until he returns, he has left a legacy of leavers.

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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

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The Secret/Word of Faith Movement/Christianity in Crisis: 21st Century - Christian Research Institute

One of the reasons that the Word of Faith movement has become so popular in Christian and secular-settings is that everyone wants to know the “secret.” Everyone wants to have the “magic bullet;” you know, the secret to health; the secret to wealth; the secret to successful relationships; the secret to making a fortune on Wall Street –– if that is even possible anymore –– the secret to maintaining your perfect weight. The list is endless. Thus, when Rhonda Byrne informed the world she had discovered “the Secret to life”–– a secret harnessed by “the greatest people in history: Plato, Shakespeare…Lincoln… Einstein”— the world stood up and took notice. Within weeks, The Secret topped bestseller lists and morphed into a cultural phenomenon. In fact, on January 15, 2009, they’re going to have a special theater event, hosted by Lisa Gibbons entitled, Beyond the Secret. So it’s taken on a life of its own because it gives simple formulas or fast food formulas for very complex problems.

19 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily

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

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Reformed Forum on Twitter

Vern Poythress and Iain Duguid speak about Seeing Christ in All of Scripture. http://j.mp/1WZJhfY 

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The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything

The Beam Family talks about their hit film Miracles From Heaven and the incredible true story behind it. Listen here....

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11 States Sue Government Over the Obama Administration’s Transgender School Bathroom Directive

Eleven states—Texas, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Arizona, Georgia, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Utah and Maine (on behalf of Gov. Paul LaPage)—all joined a lawsuit against the Obama administration’s recent directive that says schools must allow transgender students to use bathrooms associated with their gender identity even if it "differs from previous representations or records.” The federal government said preventing this type of access is a violation of established civil rights laws and Title IX law, which prevents discrimination based on gender.

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Finding Jesus in ‘Last Days in the Desert’

But Jesus is also divine. He’s the Son of God. Even in the desert he is filled with and led by the Holy Spirit. The evasion of this part of his identity in Last Days comes across as intellectually dishonest. This story would be of no significance if Jesus were merely a human prophet. The story matters because he is also God. We wouldn’t all still be talking about and going to movies about him had he just been a wise-but-naïve carpenter.

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43 Republicans Join Democrats to Support Obama’s Transgender Agenda

The 4th Circuit Court has said a Virginia school district must allow bathroom access based on “gender identity” not biology . The school district created a policy that says bathroom and locker room access is primarily based on biology, while also creating accommodations for transgender students: only biological girls can use the girls’ room, only biological boys can use the boys’ room, and any student can use one of the three single-occupancy bathrooms, which the school created specifically to accommodate transgender students. But the court said this commonsense policy was itself “discrimination” on the basis of “gender identity.”

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A Quarter-life Crisis Survival Guide

When God asks us to give up our dreams, we’re instantly disheartened. It's not an easy thing to do. But we have to remember that Jesus came to earth for us to have life and have it abundantly. You can have lots of dreams and desires in your lifetime, but we all know that not all dreams are beneficial. Some of man's desires are selfish and futile that may lead to self destruction. Society will convince you to chase dreams that aren’t fruitful. They will keep you busy with thoughts of all the things you “need” to be happy. Sometimes there are still matters of the heart that is needed to be settled and that’s why we haven’t achieved that huge goal we’ve set for ourselves. That is how faithful our God is: He desires for us to fully enjoy our blessings, giving it to us when our character and heart are ready to handle it.

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http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/05/the-10-commandments-of-logic.html?spref=tw

These are not original to me; however, I have seen them around the internet and find them most helpful.  May all of us strive to obey these in our interactions and discussions! 1. Thou shall not attack the person’s character, but the argument. (Ad hominem) 2. Thou shall not misrepresent or exaggerate a person’s argument in order to make them easier to attack. (Straw man fallacy)   3. Thou shall not use small numbers to represent the whole. (Hasty generalization)  4. Thou shall not argue thy position by assuming one of its premises is true. (Begging the question)  5. Thou shall not claim that because something occurred before, it must be the cause. (Post Hoc/False cause)  6. Thou shall not reduce the argument down to two possibilities. (False dichotomy)  7. Thou shall not argue that because of our ignorance, claim must be true or false. (Ad ignorantum)  8. Thou shall not lay the burden of proof onto him that is questioning the claim. (Burden of proof reversal)  9. Thou shall not assume “this” follows “that” when it has no logical connection.

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Is ISIS on the Ropes?

I think we collectively, as the Christian community, run the risk of co-opting the past, co-opting their experience with ISIS and in spinning a certain kind of tale that then aims or serves to threaten the future Muslim community that they would be engaging with as former Muslims. These would be the former Muslims that would stand on stages, get book deals and become mini Christian celebrities who would spin a certain yarn about their time in ISIS or their experiences surrounding that and it’s not that it would necessarily be untrue, it just wouldn't tell the whole truth about all Muslims and all Islam everywhere and then I think it actually feeds into a cyclical dynamic where we Christians become agents of more violence, more separation and discrimination toward Muslims, which of course, is part of how we got into this in the first place.

28 http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/05/the-10-commandments-of-logic.html

These are not original to me; however, I have seen them around the internet and find them most helpful.  May all of us strive to obey these in our interactions and discussions! 1. Thou shall not attack the person’s character, but the argument. (Ad hominem) 2. Thou shall not misrepresent or exaggerate a person’s argument in order to make them easier to attack. (Straw man fallacy)   3. Thou shall not use small numbers to represent the whole. (Hasty generalization)  4. Thou shall not argue thy position by assuming one of its premises is true. (Begging the question)  5. Thou shall not claim that because something occurred before, it must be the cause. (Post Hoc/False cause)  6. Thou shall not reduce the argument down to two possibilities. (False dichotomy)  7. Thou shall not argue that because of our ignorance, claim must be true or false. (Ad ignorantum)  8. Thou shall not lay the burden of proof onto him that is questioning the claim. (Burden of proof reversal)  9. Thou shall not assume “this” follows “that” when it has no logical connection.

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To the World, Folly and a Stumbling Block by Steven Lawson | May 21, 2016

While the church today struggles in the face of anti-Christian opposition, this is not something new. Working out of 1 Corinthians 1:23, Dr. Steven Lawson will remind us in this session that we face the same kinds of struggles today that the church at Corinth faced two thousand years ago. Like them, we face objections to two fundamental truths of our message: the reality of sin and the notion that Jesus alone can save. Dr. Lawson will insist, as Paul did, that we cannot negotiate either truth.

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Thomas Goodwin by Michael Reeves | May 27, 2016

In this lesson, we will move from the big picture of England under James I and Charles I to studying another individual, Thomas Goodwin (1600–1680). Unfortunately, very few people have even heard of Goodwin, even though at one time he was considered a high-caliber theologian and was once called the greatest pulpit exegete of Paul who ever lived. Dr. Reeves attests that Goodwin should be a household name, but his challenging writings help to explain why he’s not well remembered. Yet, these writings always pay back the reader for the effort spent in reading them. Goodwin had a remarkable theological intellect wedded with the very tender heart of a pastor.

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Episode 369: Robert Madu // Compassion

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An Emoji Bible Translation Is Now a Reality

I’ve received a lot of tweets, some very nice some very, not nice … But it’s all worth the goal of making the Bible a little more approachable, to inject some levity, and to get people to look at it, with no particular agenda beyond that.

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On My Shelf: Life and Books with Jackie Hill Perry

I’m still learning the joys and difficulties of my life being all but static or still, to say the least. Every season is new and different, yet nuanced at its core. Through this, it’s as if there’s always something new to learn about Christ. A new way to trust and believe his Word. A new way to seek him in prayer and learn from his church. Knowing there are new mercies every morning has been an anchoring source of peace lately. 

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Much Ado About Nothing

> Appeals to Borde-Guth-Vilenkin theorem are all well and good, but it may not actually describe our universe. As I mentioned BGV applies if the Universe has on average expanded. Everything we know about our universe indicates that it has not only had an average expansion (i.e. it’s bigger now than it originally was) but that it has expanded during every nanosecond of its history.) Its trickier than you think to avoid this assumption. The Hubble constant H is the parameter corresponding to the expansion of the Universe. If H==0, Vilenkin has argued on very general grounds that in an eternal universe quantum fluctuations would have already driven H away from 0. If H<0, that corresponds to a contracting universe. An infinitely old universe with an average contraction rate at first blush would seem to have already collapsed to a giant black hole or something. Here is cosmologist George Ellis pointing out 2 significant problems this type of model: “The problems are related: first, initial conditions have to be set in an extremely special way at the start of the collapse phase … and these conditions have to be set in an acausal way (in the infinite past).

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ThinkChristian 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

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James 3:17–18: What Does It Mean to Meditate?

Do you ever stop to meditate on the Bible? Do you even know what it means to meditate? If we’re ever going to get the most out of our Bible reading, we have to learn to slow down and really think while we read. In this lab, Pastor John models one technique for meditation.

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Sojourners on Twitter

Does a tradition-obsessed culture rob us of the tools we need to face adversity? http://sojo.net/articles/lobster-takes-one-size-fits-all-relationships … pic.twitter.com/r2F13ML5jJ

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3 Good Reasons to Question What You Believe

Introduction Many people like to ask questions, and not just basic questions that get us through day-to-day life, but questions that go beyond our basic routines. Questions that examine who we are, why we are here, from where have we come. Questions that are on all our minds, but many fear to ask. Some are afraid they may discover something they do not like; some are afraid they may offend another's answers to the same questions; some do not believe the questions can be answered with any level of confidence; and some do not believe that such questions are even legitimate to ask. Unfortunately, those fears often prevent people from asking the deeper questions, and they either struggle quietly with them or ignore them altogether.

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C.S. Lewis Really Should Have Seen it Coming: More On the Dangers of Reading

Far from protecting young Christians from the world, we are actually giving in to a worldly idea. Some of my best students are atheists and agnostics, and most have a skeptical starting point. The most common response I get from our best young minds is something like this, “Brenton is bright. He has read philosophy and will ask any question. I just don’t understand how he can still be a believer.” The most common first response I get to theism is not a solid intellectual answer–that comes later–but the instinctive believe that it is all so ridiculous it can’t be true.

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Why Moms Need Apologetics

As the Director of Boosters, RC’s grassroots support and promotional network, and a member of Moms in Prayer International, I have a great desire for introducing moms to apologetics so they can better train their children to defend and advance their faith. My passion is to cast a vision through speaking and writing about the need for apologetics and to introduce women to others who specialize in apologetics topics.

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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

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An intelligent defense of Intelligent Design: An interview with Stephen Meyer

For years, debates over the origin of life were framed as a fight between the growing scientific evidence for Darwinian evolution and what many believe are the plain teachings of the Bible about a literal seven-day creation event. But in recent years, a third option has emerged under the banner of “Intelligent Design” or ID for short. The ID movement attempts to combine Biblical fidelity with scientific rigor, and even though many scientists have criticized the movement as being unscientific, it’s hard to ignore the growing number of people embracing ID explanations for life on earth.

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Transgender Confusion Goes Beyond Elementary School Bathrooms

This week, 11 states announced that they would sue the Obama administration following its executive order mandating that school districts allow transgender students to use the bathroom of their preferred gender. On Wednesday, the House of Representatives passed an amendment aimed at preventing the US government from withholding federal funds from North Carolina, after the state passed its controversial “bathroom bill” this March, requiring people to use the bathroom that matches their birth certificate. This comes on the heels of the Justice Department’s decision to sue the state for the law for “state-sponsored discrimination.”

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349. Can Apologetics Save A Non-Believer?

349. Can Apologetics Save A Non-Believer?

45 Good Questions

Good conversations often start with good questions. For the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, I’m John Stonestreet with The Point.

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Are Creationists Stupid?

I should have explained why I think the Biblical view of creation was somewhat radical or unusual. First, most ancient creation myths that I’m familiar with had a god or gods creating out of preexisting material while the Bible claims a creation ex-nihilo for the creation of the universe. In Titus and Jude it seems to speak of even time having a beginning – which is somewhat radical but fits well with modern physics (e.g., singularity theorems and the BVG theorem). Many ancient Greek thinkers actually posited an eternal universe – which therefore would not have been created at all. The Bible claims in about 10 different versions that the heavens are being stretched out. Perhaps the 4 or 5 or so authors just got lucky on this or just meant it metaphorically but it certainly is consistent with the modern understanding of an expanding universe and is not a prediction I’m aware was made by other religions. So I think that there were some aspects of Biblical creation which were different than other major religions but which are now known to be accurate relative to our modern scientific understanding.

47 The Briefing 05-27-16 – AlbertMohler.com

According to the report, other cities, including San Francisco, have taken the same step. What in the world does this tell us? First of all, it tells us these safety advocates have a very important argument going for them. It certainly is true that language does matter. This article traces the use of the word accident to car crashes back to the beginning of the automobile age when there was, according to these writers, an intentional effort to try to avoid responsibility in terms of automobile accidents back when most people were seeing the automobile as a very new and potentially threatening technology. And yet the survival of the word accident implies, say these safety advocates, that human responsibility is not the key issue at stake. And they give us the math to prove their point.

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http://conference.thegospelcoalition.org/2016

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

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Contradictions: The Unforgivable Sin

Can all sins be forgiven (Acts 13:39; Titus 2:14; 1 John 1:9) or not (Matthew 12:31; Mark 3:29; Luke 12:10)?

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The Historical Jesus

Most of what we know about Jesus comes from Christian writings. This should be no surprise, since it was Christians who were most interested in telling his story and preserving his memory. But how do these Christian writings compare with what other historians were saying about Jesus at the time?

51 A Devout Muslim's Powerful Journey to Christ: An Interview with Nabeel Qureshi
52 Sharing Your Faith in Everyday Life
53 The New Atheism: Where's The Evidence?
54 How Urban Christians Failed President Obama
55 Egypt: Muslim mob torches Christian homes - premier
56 Physics professor tells students scientific evidence points to a designer
57 Should Christians Expect Intolerance from the World?
58 Eric Metaxas on Twitter
59 Baylor to Fire Head Coach Art Briles, Demote President Ken Starr
60 When Grace Hurts the Church
61 Here’s a Video of a Dude Sleeping While His Self-Driving Tesla Navigates LA Traffic
62 The Briefing 05-26-16 – AlbertMohler.com
63 Milo Yiannopoulos, DePaul University, and the Heckler's Veto (David Wood)
64 Fruity Pebbles-Inspired Oreos Are Coming Soon
65 The Secret to Being Content with Your Bank Balance
66 Matthew Hall on Twitter
67 Apologetics Lesson for Youth - Faith Is Not Wishing - Apologetics Guy
68 http://evidence4god.blogspot.com/2016/05/reasons-why-i-know-god-certainly-exists.html
69 The Parable of the Dishonest Manager
70 We're All Anabaptists Now, Part Two
71 Satisfaction and Contentment
72 Can Science Rule Out the Existence of God?
73 First Principles of Technogesis
74 Legalism and Lawlessness
75 How to Address America’s Foster Care Crisis? It Takes a Village
76 Driving out discontentment
77 Watch Live › Commencement | Biola University
78 Albert Mohler on Twitter
79 The double whammy facing Baylor (with good cause) in the sexual-assault scandal
80 Why I *Am* A Calvinist---Brief Response to Michael Brown
81 We must be governed by good news
82 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily
83 http://bit.ly/1P0Zyyd
84 Religious Liberty, Growing Prosperity, Socialism, and School Choice
85 Does Having Homosexual Friends Mean You're Unequally Yoked?
86 The Bible Often Mentions God’s Wrath — Why Does It Matter?
87 Overtime Pay Mandated for More Ministry Employees
88 http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/05/bart-ehrman-and-mike-licona-dialogue-on.html?utm_content=buffer63b08&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
89 What do ancient non-Christian sources tell us about the historical Jesus?