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1 Psychologist Recommends Intentionally Suppressing Intuition of Design - Stand to Reason Blog

In answer to your question, yes, I am fine sending my kids to public school, unless it is really REALLY bad. Obviously, it's better to send kids to private school, but if I couldn't afford it then I would make do with public. And, I would be fine having psychologists experiment to find the best way to teach my kids. However, I would of course NOT allow a psychologist to experiment in potentially harmful ways such as pushing them to become homosexual. That is absurd, as I am sure you are aware.

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What is Family? Each one of us has a desire for significance—a desire to belong. And the family is where those deepest longings are fulfilled.

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5 Things No One Tells You About Getting Married

Binding two different people into one forces you to get to the heart of your opinions, needs, feelings and desires and learn to share those things in a meaningful and healthy way. It requires you to look at your differences and learn to work through those things with as much selflessness and sacrifice as you can muster. There is no getting around conflict, but there is always the choice to get through it, and then come out even stronger on the other side.

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Christian Tingle: Finally, a Dating Website for the Rest of Us

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This High School Hero Took His Great-Grandmother to Her First Prom

Chivalry is not dead—it just hasn't graduated yet. That's because Van Wert, Ohio senior Austin Dennison is still in high school, but he's doing his part to be his generation's knight in shining armor. He found out that his 89-year-old great-grandmother, Delores, had never got to a prom in her life (money was too tight back in the '40s). So, when his own senior prom came along, he asked her to be his date , because that's what a gentleman does. He took her shopping to pick out a snazzy dress and took her to her favorite restaurant, Bob Evans. And though she didn't have enough energy for much dancing, she did join Austin for one dance: Sinatra's "Delores," which her husband sang to her before he passed.

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Counsel the Word

HEATH LAMBERT ( @HeathLambert ) is the assistant professor of Biblical Counseling at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and also serves as the Associate Dean of Applied Studies at Boyce College. Dr. Lambert currently serves as the Executive Director of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC), one of the largest biblical counseling organizations in the world with certified members in 18 countries.  He is also a founding council board member of the Biblical Counseling Coalition (BCC), and is a frequent conference speaker. He is the author of The Biblical Counseling Movement After Adams and Finally Free: Fighting for Purity with the Power of Grace .

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Grace to You

Christ urges believers to have a much higher standard of righteousness than the world’s low standard. The world should notice Christians as being more honest employees and more helpful and caring neighbors. The culture should always notice that saints love as God loves: “Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven” (Matt. 5:16). J. Oswald Sanders once wrote, “The Master expects from His disciples such conduct as can be explained only in terms of the supernatural.”

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Ray Comfort and Stuart Scott have been preaching the gospel every Saturday at the Huntington Beach Pier for over 8 years. Now you can be apart of it too!

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The Battle for Life Endures—and So Must We

To care deeply about the poor and the trafficked, the sexually exploited and the habitually addicted, reflects the heart of Christ. But to move away from the battle for unborn life because it is tedious, socially awkward, or exhausting is to abandon the most needy of all to a brutal fate. "Moral and political neutrality here is not an option for those who believe (the) gospel," Platt says. "If you and I sit idly by while millions of children, individuals in the image of God, around us are dismembered, then we are denying basic biblical truth."

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8 Ways To Be a Bad Friend

Unfortunately, sometimes we make a poor choice and enter into relationships that will never be healthy no matter what actions are taken. We need to know when and how to end a toxic relationship. If someone is not able to accept a change in the status or direction, is not loyal and stable under pressure or in the face of challenge, or had once been dependable but now is unreliable, these are strong clues that the relationship may not be worth saving. Don’t let feelings of misplaced guilt or sympathy get in the way of making good personal choices.

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On capital punishment, don't start with the Old Testament - On Faith & Culture

I think it’s unjust to say that Christians who support capital punishment are arbitrary in their reading of the Old Testament. It’s one thing to ground our argument in a random verse in the middle of Leviticus, but it’s a whole other thing to ground our argument in the command given in Genesis 9:6. This is a pre-Moses, pre-Israel command, one that is no less relevant than the Cultural Mandate to be fruitful and multiply and steward the earth in Genesis 1:26-30 (in fact there are many parallels between the two passages). Both commands find their basis, not in the maintenance of national ceremonial cleanliness, but in the imago dei. “Whoever sheds the blood of man, by man shall his blood be shed, *for* God made man in his own image” (Genesis 9:6). This makes Genesis 9:6 stand out beyond the death penalty prescriptions of Moses. The command then is not wrapped up in (just) the Old Covenant, for the basis of the command is rooted in an unchangeable truth, the imago dei. This isn’t an arbitrary reading but a very careful one.

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Crossway Impact Graduation Sale

Most people slip by in life without a passion for God, spending their lives on trivial diversions, living for comfort and pleasure, and perhaps trying to avoid sin. This book will warn you not to get caught up in a life that counts for nothing. It will challenge you to live and die boasting in the cross of Christ and making the glory of God your singular passion.

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God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: Lying vs. Honesty

Under the pressure of dire legal sanctions, facing the consequences of lying under oath, it appeared President Clinton relented—he had in fact had sexual relations with “that woman.” Nothing new here. People lie. We all deceive. We often confess our dishonesty when pressure, penalty, or sanctions are imminent. Many times the spouse of the immoral politician is utterly silent regarding the freshly exposed affair—which appears to almost be tacit approval. He’s in trouble, but we need the ongoing paycheck.

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3 Things The Gospel Authors Would Have Never Invented About Jesus - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Over the years, one of the common complaints by skeptics of the Gospels is that the Gospel writers supposedly took great liberty to make up or embellish certain parts of their work to make their point. In other words, many parts of the Gospel authors  “invented” or “fabricated” certain aspects of the life of Jesus. Therefore, how can we trust these documents? In response, the more I have studied the Second Temple Jewish period in Jewish history, I have yet to find any reason for the Gospel authors to invent or fabricate certain parts of the life of Christ.

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Who Were The First Apologists? A Look At The Apostles - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Over the years I have had plenty of people ask me how to go about sharing their faith with others. They always ask whether they should just go ahead and share their personal testimony. I agree that using a personal testimony can be effective in that it shows the difference that Jesus makes in the reality of life. There is nothing wrong with this. But allow me to offer a few suggestions:

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<em>Taking God At His Word</em> Giveaway

After reading DeYoung’s new book, David Platt had this to say: “My trust in God’s Word is greater, my submission to God’s Word is deeper, and my love for God’s Word is sweeter as a result of reading this book. I cannot recommend it highly enough.”

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Let's Talk About Reality...Not Religion - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Recently I had the honor and pleasure of speaking to the students at Summit Ministries worldview camp in TN. It was a blast! First it was so encouraging to meet young men and women excited about understanding, defending, and living out the Christian worldview. Second, this experience fires me up to keep doing what I am doing--the next generation needs to be encouraged and equipped to Think Christianly! ( 2 Tim. 2:2 ; Jude 3 ). They ARE the future.

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Are You a Heretic?

Pelagius correctly saw human nature as something good created by God. But he ignores humanity's fall (original sin), causing his theology to fall into error. First, Pelagius argued there's no such thing as original sin. In no way were we implicated in Adam's first sin. His sin doesn't make us guilty or corrupt. Instead, as Pelagius claims, "over the years [our own sin] gradually corrupts us, building an addiction and then holding us bound with what seems like the force of nature itself." Humans by nature have a clean slate—a state of neutrality—according to Pelagius, and it's only through voluntary sin through the exercise of an unhampered human free will that we are made wicked. Potentially, then, one could live a sinless life and merit heaven, for there's nothing intrinsically sinful about humans even after Adam and Eve's sin. Pelagius didn't consider us to be intrinsically damnable after the fall.

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The &ldquo;Unforgivable Sin&rdquo; and understanding the Bible - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Recently, I was asked to preach on Matthew 12:30-32—the passage where Jesus talked about the “unforgivable sin” and “Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit.” After my initial shock at being asked to preach on that passage, I realized that I had questions of my own about it. What is the deal with this passage? What is the unforgivable sin? And more to the point—have I committed it?

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When Apologetics is Not Welcome in Your Church - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

I receive a handful of emails a year from people who are interested in apologetics, recognize its importance, but struggle to have it seen the same way in their local congregations. Many of these people find me through my ministry's online apologetics academy, which is specifically geared towards 'lay' apologists. It is very often the case that apologetics is a recent discovery of theirs that has profoundly helped them, and they are shocked that others do not have the same perspective. This is, of course, after they ponder why it took them this long to hear about apologetics in the first place.

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Reasons Why Teenagers Abandon Christianity - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Growing up under the watchful eye of his parents, Eric* loved going to church. Like most kids, he loved the songs, his teachers, and playing with his friends. But even for a kid, church wasn't just a social thing for Eric. He could clearly remember the summer of third grade during Vacation Bible School when he gave his whole heart to Jesus. He was baptized shortly after.

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Apologetics: An Important Spiritual Discipline for Our Times - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Much has been written about the decades-long erosion of Christianity in America and the West. Cultural and spiritual challengers to Christianity are even causing some church members to ponder how Christianity stacks up against competing beliefs. Statements like "You've-got-your-truth-and-I've-got-mine," or "Jesus was just one of many great spiritual leaders" have become axiomatic in our culture. Knowledge of apologetics helps both Christians and non-Christians understand why the claims of Christianity are to be preferred rather than those of some other belief system.

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God's Not Dead: Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus: Demonstrated and Integrated with Assured Proof

Scholars researching the resurrection of Christ should not presume the entitlements of the all-knowing God. Man is fallen. People have sinned. Acquiescing to the actuality of sin is requirement for real conversion—one must repent from sin and trust in Christ. The accurate researcher must consent to his finitude and its limitations. He must understand himself in light of who God is and what He has revealed. Nevertheless, many academics scrap both. Too often writers tackling the subject of Christ and His resurrection approach the subject with naturalistic presuppositions. Naturalism denies the fallen nature of man and effectively makes human reason the controlling authority, the rational zenith used to analyze the truth of God’s word. The positions are then reversed, for the reason that God is then at best an unnecessary idea. He is vulgarly dismissed as a superfluous invasion into naturalism's domain.

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How Do You Solve A Problem Like A Zombie? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Many would simply cite the existence of rationality and self-awareness - things we associate with the mind.  But what exactly is the mind, and how is it distinct from or similar to the brain?  For that matter, how important to our humanity are the immaterial aspects of our nature - our consciousness, our mind, our thoughts, ideas, and emotions? And is there a philosophical system sufficient to explain them?

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Creation and the Scientific Method - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

The atheist believed that he had me pinned down because I believe that the scientific method is trustworthy. I explained to him the problem with his argument and why I reject his conclusion (I'll explain that later). I haven't really heard this argument presented much lately. But I did come across it again a couple days ago, not from an atheist but a fellow Christian. The Argument Hijacked Many people are aware of the internal debate within the Christian Church about the age of the universe. This is the context in which the recent challenge arose. My friend believes that the universe is roughly 10,000 years old, while I hold the view that it is 13.7 billion years old. When he presented the challenge, he wasn't arguing against theism, but against my specific view on the age of the universe. He seemed to accept the conclusion provided by the atheist's argument above. But he qualifies it to being sound only during the time of creation- the first 144 hours of the history of the universe on his view (less than 1% of the universe's history) or 13.6 billion years of 13.

31 http://reformationbiblecollege.org/blog/2014-commencement-exercises/

With thankfulness to God, Reformation Bible College (RBC) and Ligonier Academy of Biblical and Theological Studies (LABTS) are pleased to announce their second commencement exercises, to be held on May 16, 2014 at Saint Andrew’s Chapel in Sanford, Fla. We cordially invite all who are able to attend to join with us in celebrating God’s faithfulness to this year’s graduates.

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Book Review: Tactics by Greg Koukl - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

This week I received my copy of Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions by Greg Koukl. I was anxious to have a look at the book, as I have been following Greg Koukl’s ministry of Stand to Reason for a number of years. On one hand, I was excited to see in book form what I have heard Koukl demonstrate so many times on his live radio program: an effective and gracious way to communicate one’s faith in an articulate and winsome way. On the other hand, my familiarity with Koukl’s Tactics audio program made me wonder if this was just a repackaging of the same material. I was thoroughly surprised. I’m a reader – but it’s been a while since I have devoured a book.

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Some Rambling Thoughts on Apologetics and Atheism - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

These days, I don’t engage in lengthy debate with aggressive atheists. Through years of experience, I have learned a LOT about how those conversations usually go and what a Christian apologist can reasonably expect the outcome to be. I can patiently dismantle the atheist’s argument, exposing the logical flaws  and  factual errors, and they will simply move on to heated emotionalism and statements such as “You’re wrong, and you just won’t admit it,” or “I broke free of those oppressive shackles long ago, and I pity you for still being stuck in that way of thinking,” or my personal favorite, “You’re just using Christianity to shield yourself from your fear of eventual non-existence.” (They think they sound uber-philosophical when they use that one.)

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The Ethical Life - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Let me explain. The BBC recently appointed Justin Rowlett as “Ethical Man”, his task was for him, along with his family, to live ethically for one year. Something we should all aspire to, right? However, his ethical duties were not to help old ladies across the road, to treat others with respect, but to live in such a way so that he and his family would minimize their carbon footprint and consequently their impact on the environment. (1)

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Tolerance Is Not Enough - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

It would be all too easy—and also quite useful—to write an article on how intolerant the proponents of gay marriage are. How viciously they've attacked Mrs. Pitt for daring to publicly disagree with them. The lesson would be simple: See how intolerant the left-leaning champions of tolerance actually are!

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The Terrifying Monument to Satan that May Soon Be on Display at the Oklahoma Statehouse

Obviously, the statue is more about proving a point about religious equality than serving as an actual tribute to the diabolical Prince of Darkness. Nevertheless, some Oklahoma lawmakers are not too keen on strolling by a Satan statue on a daily basis in their way into work and are attempting to prevent it from being placed next to their Ten Commandments monument. Until an ACLU lawsuit is decided, the statue’s fate is unknown. Don’t worry though, according to Vice, the Temple is creating a mold so that just in case Oklahomans who aren’t fans of their oh-so-subtle ode to Baphomet decide to vandalize it, another can be easily reproduced to replace it ...

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Undesigned coincidences in the Bible, A police detective&rsquo;s perspective - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Jim Warner Wallace is a Cold Case Homicide detective in California. Decades ago, when Wallace first began reading the Bible out of curiosity, he began spotting benchmarks similar to witness statements he was familiar with reviewing as a Police Detective. These were most obvious within the books that described Jesus’ ministry and claim to be eyewitness accounts. The fact is that, to Jim, they looked like eyewitness accounts.

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Doubting Darwin: Algae Findings Surprise Scientists

The scientists did not set out to disprove Darwin, but, in fact, to learn more about the genetic and ecological uniqueness of fresh water green algae so they could provide conservationists with useful data for decision-making. "We went into it assuming Darwin to be right, and expecting to come up with some real numbers for conservationists," Cardinale says. "When we started coming up with numbers that showed he wasn't right, we were completely baffled." [ Creationism vs. Evolution: 6 Big Battles ]

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Apologetics 101: The Biblical Approach - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

When I started this series of posts, my intent was to help other Christians provide a basic defense for their faith, something that many faithful Christians are simply unable to do.  I began by providing the basic definition of apologetics (Greek apologia ), and more importantly, Christian apologetics.  Last week, my second post sought to explain the biblical warrant for defending our faith by providing key passages of Scripture and biblical examples of apologetics.  However, before we continue to examine the different perspectives and methodologies of apologetics, I feel that it is necessary to take the time to re-examine a verse that I cited in last week’s post.  In that post, I mentioned that one of the strongest verses of Scripture that supports the need for Christians to be able to defend their faith is 1 Peter 3:15, which states, “…but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense ( apologia ) to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect” (ESV).  My focus last week was on our need to be prepared to defend our faith to those who ask for the reason we believe.

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Nick Peters: Let&rsquo;s not run from doubt - Let&rsquo;s answer it! - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

These are great times to be living in. This is a great age for apologetics and one where we can really let our light shine. Let’s not run from doubt. Let’s answer it - not with an emotional response, but with the truth. Now that truth of course could produce emotions depending on our personalities, but our hope does not lie in our emotions. It lies in the person of Jesus Christ who claimed to be the truth. The more we seek truth, the more we will come to find Him.

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Why Does God Allow Tragedy and Suffering? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

It was the worst mass shooting in American history – 70 people shot by a gunman, 12 of them killed, while they were watching the midnight showing of a new movie just 21 miles from where we're sitting. There are no words to describe the anguish being felt by those who are suffering today; our heart and prayers have – and will – go out to them. There are so many tragic stories, so much pain. And many people are asking the question, "Why? Why did God allow this?"

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God of War: The View from the Battlefield - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

The real problem with the charge that The God of the Bible is a monster is the false presumption by unbelievers that they have the moral authority to make such a judgment. The only reason anyone can make any kind of moral judgment at all is because we have been made in the image of The One True God as rational, moral beings. But no one has the right to turn their God-given moral sense against The One Who gave it. The truth is that God can justly kill anyone He wants, anytime He wants (including you and me, although believers will not suffer eternal punishment).

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God of War: God of Hope - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

If we were to find out that God ordered the defeat of Nazi Germany, or ordered intervention into the genocide in Rwanda, or had a plan for how to intervene in nations the commit atrocious human rights violations against their own people, would we suddenly become critical of God and say, “I thought you were a God of love?” I think we would be glad to know that Justice is part of God’s nature too, and that He was also offended by what was going on…

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How to Get Apologetics in Your Church: Implementing Apologetics Ministry - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Incorporating apologetics as a seminal role in the ministry of your church may not be the easiest task. I had a teaching pastor internship in the summer of 2008 with my hometown Independent Baptist church in Richmond, VA. I entered my internship during my junior year as an undergraduate with the support of the two pastors I was working with, the senior pastor and the youth pastor. I was given the task of starting a college ministry from scratch and doing what I could to ensure that the ministry would persevere when I left. Most of the students were coming out of the senior high youth group; so what better way to deepen and strengthen their faith than through apologetics?

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God Demonstrates His Love

Therefore he not only demonstrated it on Calvary, he goes on demonstrating it now by the Spirit. He does this by opening the eyes of our hearts to “taste and see” the glory of the cross and the guarantee that it gives that nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus (Romans 8:39).

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Bible That Survived Titanic Finds Home in Tenn. Museum

The Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. dedicated their new religious display on Thursday, the National Day of Prayer. The Bible originally belonged to the Rev. Robert J. Bateman  of Bristol, U.K., who was traveling to the U.S. with his sister-in-law, Ada Ball, on the RMS Titanic, a British passenger liner that infamously sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, after it struck an iceberg.

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My Wife Has Tattoos: Marriage and New Birth

In reality, Taylor's story is my story as well. As she walked down the aisle toward me, I was reminded of how much I don't deserve the precious gift she is to me. I've spent much of my life singing a self-centered siren song. Nothing about my life cries for blessings; it calls for curses forever. Yet God has dressed me in white, put my sin upon his Son, and given me a heart that loves him.

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God of War: The Genocide Question - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

The “obliteration language” is certainly daunting. If God is truly a bloodthirsty tyrant who orders the killing of women and children, he would have a hard time explaining how he is different from the gods of the Amalekites. I believe an understanding of the language of hyperbolic semitic “war texts” offers a plausible context from which we see a very different image of God emerge.  Read carefully, the historical accounts show that God’s intent was to get rid of destructive cultural influences and world views, but not necessarily the people in them…

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Tim Keller: Sin is the suicidal action of the self - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Every one of our sinful actions has a suicidal power on the faculties that put that action forth. When you sin with the mind, that sin shrivels the rationality. When you sin with the heart or the emotions, that sin shrivels the emotions. When you sin with the will, that sin destroys and dissolves your willpower and your self-control. Sin is the suicidal action of the self against itself. Sin destroys freedom because sin is an enslaving power.

51 Our Creation and Our Redemption: The Direct Relationship - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
52 Renewing Your Mind | Law of Casuality | May 3, 2014
53 Coming to Grips with ENCODE: More on the Question of "Function"
54 The Journal of Missions and Evangelism
55 Seven Days that Divide the World - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
56 Amazon Kindle Deals of the Week in Christian Apologetics: 99 cents to $5.99! - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
57 5 moves to integrate theology into your ministry
58 Can God use Evolution? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
59 Next Challenge, Please! Dealing with Doubt - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
60 Jesus had a wife!? Special Really Recommended Posts Issue
61 J.I. Packer: Knowing God - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
62 "Husband of One Wife" - What does this mean?
63 The Idolatry of Experience
64 God of War(ning) and Waiting - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
65 Fed. Targets 55 Colleges in Campus Sexual Assault Investigation
66 A Familiar Question Regarding Evil - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
67 10 Reasons We Have Not Reached the Unchurched - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
68 WORLD | Something about the name | Andrée Seu Peterson | May 17, 2014
69 Guinness Book of World Records Broken: 87-Y-O N.C. Woman as Longest Church Organist
70 Ohio Pastor Sits on Roof of Church, Offers Prayers to Passerby on Nat'l Day of Prayer
71 Answering Muslims: Nigeria: Kidnapped Girls Being Sold for as Little as $12
72 Bad Things Happen to Good People
73 http://biologos.org/blog/interpreting-adam-introduction?utm_content=buffercb7a2&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
74 Apologetics Roundup 04/27 - 05/03
75 http://www.ligonier.org/rym/broadcasts/video/interpreting-parables-may-2014/
76 William Lane Craig asks: should Christians embrace postmodernism?
77 WORLD | Fitting the pieces of the Bible together | John Frame | May 3, 2014
78 Missing Girls of Chobok, Nigeria: Why Christians Should Care….and Act
79 God's Not Dead: God Exists: Information, Codes, and Organization
80 Crossover Baltimore 2014
81 The Three Things You Need to Read this Week (05/03/14)
82 Landslide Kills 2,000 in Afghanistan’s Biggest Disaster (1)
83 The subversive spirituality of Dylan in the ’80s
84 Twitter / Jonathan_Morrow: Enjoying listening to ...
85 109 Miler with some Heat at the End - James White's 175.5 kilometers bike ride
86 Is Christianity Intellectually Defensible? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
87 WORLD | Shoot ’em down now | Marvin Olasky | May 3, 2014
88 Buzzfeed and CBS Journalists Freed after Capture in Ukraine