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The Definitive Ranking of Bands From Christian Pop Punk's Glory Days

Looking back at 15 of the late-'90s' best Christian pop punk bands.

Biker Gang Leader, Drug Addict and Dealer Begs God To Let Him Die, But Is Saved Instead! A Powerful Testimony

At a very young age, Michael began using drugs and alcohol. Problems in his household forced him to earn respect the hard way, no matter what the consequences were. He lived life in the fast lane, and eventually had a falling out. Until God spoke with him and changed his life forever!

'Gifted Hands' Neurosurgeon Ben Carson Says He's Running for President, 'Even Though I am Not a Politician'

It looks like God is having his way with Ben Carson. Calling himself a "reluctant warrior" Sunday, the retired neurosurgeon and conservative star revealed that he's running for president, a decision he said he wouldn't make unless God told him to do it.

Woman With No Legs Told By Doctors To Abort Her Baby...But She Chose Life And God Provided a Miracle!

Rosemary Siggins is the smallest mother in the world, a height of just 2 feet, 6 inches tall. She is a true medical miracle and inspiration for anyone who feels life is a struggle. She defied doctors when she becomes the world's smallest mother, and you have to see how!

Watch the Duo 2CELLOS Cover Michael Jackson’s ‘They Don’t Care About Us’

Sorry double neck electric guitar, this video will prove that the cello is undeniably the world’s most rockin’ instrument. There is not a debate to be had ...

Man Gives Amazing and Powerful Cover Of 'Hallelujah' for His Mother

Ben Haenow was given a gift from God to sing. On a special night like this, he decides to sing a song that most would say is risky. He dedicates it in full to his mother, and when he sings you can feel the power of his emotions!

Pope to Declare that Nature Has Rights?

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WORLD | Part 2: What’s the matter with evolution? | Casey Luskin | May 2, 2015

Biogeography is the study of the distribution of organisms in time and space both in the present and past on Earth. It is often contended that biogeography strongly supports neo-Darwinian theory. For example, the National Center for Science Education (NCSE), a pro-Darwin advocacy group, claims that “consistency between biogeographic and evolutionary patterns provides important evidence about the continuity of the processes driving the evolution and diversification of all life,” and “[t]his continuity is what would be expected of a pattern of common descent.” However, the NCSE dramatically overstates its case and ignores the many instances where biogeography does not show the sort of “continuity” that would be expected under a pattern of common descent.

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Nothing Left to Hide

God wants us to be sincere. He makes this point very clear. He wants us to have a “sincere heart” (Ephesians 6:5), a “sincere mind” (2 Peter 3:1), a “sincere faith” (1 Timothy 1:5), a “sincere wisdom” (James 3:17), a “sincere devotion to Christ” (2 Corinthians 11:3), and a “sincere brotherly love” for other Christians (1 Peter 1:22).

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Nepal Christians Return to Worship after Earthquake Turns Churches into Tombs

“The evangelical churches have suffered terrible tragedies,” Kala Bahadur Rokaya, general secretary of the National Council of Churches of Nepal, told CT. “It will take time to count the deaths among Christians across Nepal. Many areas are still cut off.” He feared more bad news was yet to come from mountainous and remote districts such as Gorkha, Sindhupalchok, and Nuwakot, which have many evangelical churches.

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WORLD | Our shrinking religious liberty | D.C. Innes | May 4, 2015

It’s true that religious liberty has always been limited by what is consistent with civil society. In Reynolds v. United States. (1878), the Supreme Court refused to accept the Mormon practice of bigamy as qualifying for protection under the First Amendment’s “free exercise” clause. In Employment Division v. Smith (1990), the court denied that the sacramental use of peyote, a powerful hallucinogen, is an excuse for violating Oregon’s drug laws. The state can also compel behavior that violates a religious conscience—e.g., military service and payment of taxes. But American society—at least the part that controls the economic, cultural, and political heights—is coming to view sexual liberty, especially liberties associated with the public acceptance of homosexuality, as redefining the limits of religious liberty.

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Why the Prosperity Gospel Is the Worst Pyramid Scheme Ever

Like a pyramid scheme, the health-and-wealth gospel feeds on the down and out. My friend Vallerian Mganga tells me that in Kenya, the health-and-wealth message is the only version of Christianity most people ever hear. My father-in-law, who mentors prisoners, tells me that he runs into this teaching routinely in the prison system. Why? Because the health-and-wealth gospel preys on people desperate for relief. 

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Dobson: ‘Fall of Western civilization’ at hand

Pledge co-author Mat Staver wrote at Stream.org: “I argued that a bad court decision might require civil disobedience. I still pray that won’t be necessary. I pray the Supreme Court will allow states to recognize natural marriage. That would be a great victory for truth, but it would not end the fight. Neither the Supreme Court nor any state has the authority to redefine the natural created order of marriage. Marriage is no more a state’s rights issue than is slavery or the law of gravity.

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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line (Dr. James White Guest Host): If you’re trusting in Jesus for your eternal salvation, you better trust His view of Scripture as well. Any person who follows Jesus for salvation is being very foolish if they think they can have a more “intelligent” view of Scripture than Jesus Himself had.

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How to take Christ out of Christianity

The group of nonbelievers dubbed “Nones” in the media — because they don’t mark a religious affiliation on demographic surveys — grew from 15 percent of the U.S. population to 20 percent between 2007 and 2012; almost a third of them are under 30. These are the people who identify with ambivalent, ambiguous statements like “I’m spiritual, but not religious”; “I’m kind of agnostic”; “Now I’m an atheist, but I grew up Catholic”; or “I believe in something, but I don’t know if it’s God.” There are those of us, too, who still feel a profound connection to the Christianity we grew up with but who can no longer — or never could — connect those feelings to theistic belief. Some miss the ritual of singing in unison or wishing peace to their neighbors in a pew. Others miss feeling grounded in a community where they can celebrate life’s milestones and heartbreaks. Some find secular life lacking in sufficient ethical frameworks and systems of accountability to reinforce them. For many, it is a combination of all three.

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Indonesia Executes Drug Smuggler Whose Faith Inspired Hillsong’s Brian Houston

Just before my court date (where he would receive the death penalty), I remember reading Mark 11:23-24, where it says that if you have enough faith you can say to this mountain, ‘Be removed’ and God will do it. So I said, ‘God if you’re real and if this is true, I want you to free me, and if you do I’ll serve you every day for the rest of my life.’ I went to my court hearing and they convicted me and gave me the death penalty. When I got back to my cell, I said, ‘God, I asked you to set me free, not kill me.’ God spoke to me and said, ‘Andrew, I have set you free from the inside out; I have given you life!’ From that moment on I haven’t stopped worshipping Him. I had never sung before, never led worship, until Jesus set me free.

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When a Leader Lets You Down

When Nehemiah is repenting of the sins of God’s people that have led to the walls being broken down, he includes himself: “Even I and my father's house have sinned” (Neh. 1:6). This is striking because the particular sins in question happened mostly before Nehemiah’s life time and far away (he lives in Susa, 1,000 miles from Jerusalem). But Nehemiah sees himself as a member of the people of God, so he feels a sense of corporate responsibility for their state. That is also how Daniel repents in Daniel 9, even though no sins of Daniel are recorded there.

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Are Christians Less Intelligent Than Atheists?

I see what you’re saying.. My point is also that intelligence measured by human standards is simply not really important. It is rooted in pride. Let the atheists have their so-called ‘intelligence’….it’s really all they have to cling to. Our relationship with God is fundamentally spiritual. God interacts with us in different ways including with our intellect, bu the ‘real us’ is spiritual, as God is Spirit. We can certainly interact with people using our intellect, and that may serve to cause people to ‘pause’ long enough to consider God as ‘real’, but it will never serve to bring someone to Christ. It’s not an intellectual conversation. It includes using the ‘intellect’, but it is not intellectual. I believe an atheist wants to say that religious people are not intellectual…because it’s hurtful. It’s not a nice thing to say. It’s them fighting back. Of course they’re completely missing the point…there is a battle to fight but they are on the wrong side.

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God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: The Christian World View: Rational Predispositions That Support Truth

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Disappointed

After Jonah evangelized the city of Nineveh, all its inhabitants covered themselves in sackcloth, sat in ashes, and fasted in repentance. And just like the Psalms declare, the Lord was “merciful and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love” (103:8) – God “relented of the disaster that he had said he would do to them.” (Jonah 3:10)

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All the Poor and Powerless

Christianity is not for the self-sufficient. It’s not a religion for the rich and the strong. Jesus didn’t come to comfort the well-to-do and rally those who have their lives all in order. He didn’t come to gather the good, but the bad. Jesus came not to call the righteous, but sinners (Mark 2:17).

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‘Gays are not interested in marriage’

“There have only been 12,000 same-sex marriages,” McManus said. “In that state of nearly 20 million people, if 1.7 percent of the population is lesbian or gay, that would be over 330,000 people who could have married. So less than 10 percent are really interested in marriage, a point that hasn’t been made by anyone as far as I know.”

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What Is Logic on Fire?

I would add that I have often discouraged the taking of notes while I am preaching. It is becoming a custom among evangelical people; but it is not, as many seem to think, the hallmark of spirituality! The first and primary object of preaching is not only to give information. It is, as Edwards says, to produce an impression. It is the impression at the time that matters, even more than what you can remember subsequently. In this respect Edwards is, in a sense, critical of what was a prominent Puritan custom and practice. The Puritan father would catechize and question the children as to what the preacher had said. Edwards, in my opinion, has the true notion of preaching. It is not primarily to impart information; and while you are writing your notes you may be missing something of the impact of the Spirit. As preachers, we must not forget this. We are not merely imparters of information. We should tell our people to read certain books themselves and get the information there. The business of preaching is to make such knowledge live. The same applies to lecturers in colleges. The tragedy is that many lecturers simply dictate notes and the wretched students take them down.

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Crossway on Twitter

Have you seen all of the cool new stuff on the updated ESV iPhone & iPad app? http://cway.to/1GD3MGM  pic.twitter.com/r16a6n1xag

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Avengers: Age of Ultron

In an unsupervised moment, something clicks in the program and Ultron emerges out of the absolute worst interpretation of Tony’s desire to protect the world. Ultron believes that to create peace, he has to stop evil everywhere he sees it, including the evil in humanity. Scared and violent as he realizes his mission, he destroys Tony’s other AI program, Jarvis, takes control of Tony’s robots, attacks the Avengers, and escapes to build an army for global genocide.

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Jeff wears multiple hats. He pastors a church and works full-time in the medical field. After a long night...

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Religion’s Smart People Problem

Several recent articles claim that the really smart people are not Christians or religious. Is it true and does it matter?

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Things to Remember On Your Very Worst Day

If you lose someone close to you, the stress ripples outward to those around you. While it’s important to not stuff your feelings, it’s also important not to be indulge yourself in them at the expense of your loved ones. As inhumane as it sounds, sometimes it’s important to soldier on for the sake of those around you.

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J. Warner Wallace on Twitter

Presuppositions can distort the way you look at the evidence for Christianity! (from my book) http://www.amazon.com/Cold-Case-Christianity-Homicide-Detective-Investigates/dp/1434704696/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1344968964&sr=8-1&keywords=cold+case+christianity … pic.twitter.com/XvdBW1iyIZ

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http://rzim.org/blog/rejoicing-with-the-gideons-two-billion-bibles-distributed

After I attempted to take my own life at age 17 by swallowing poison, it was in that New Delhi hospital that a Youth for Christ director, Fred David, brought me a Gideons Bible. Seeing that I was in no shape for talking, Fred handed the Bible to my mother and flipped to John chapter 14. “This is for Ravi,” he said. Once he left, my mother read aloud the passage.

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Cross Examined

The Cross Examined App features inspiring content from author and apologist Dr. Frank Turek, president of CrossExamined.Org. Featuring a "Quick Answers" section that helps you respond to popular objections to Christianity, the Cross Examined blog, speaker schedule, and radio recordings- this app can help you grow and defend the faith. Share your discoveries via Twitter, Facebook or email. WiFi internet is required for iPod touch. For more information about Cross Examined, please visit: http://www.crossexamined.org The Cross Examined app was developed with the Subsplash App Platform.

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Tebow Cure Hospital Opens in Philippines; 'We Will Share Love of Jesus and Bring Physical Healing,' Says CURE CEO

"We've been looking forward to this day for a long time," Brantner said. "After many years of prayer and much hard work, I am thrilled to be able to say the Tebow CURE Hospital is officially open! In this place, we will share the love of Jesus and bring physical healing to children and families who desperately need it."

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Are We Preaching ‘Self-ism’ or Christianity?

As a fellow elder/pastor, I have concerns about the types of disciples our churches are producing. To me, it seems like we have a lot of “self-ism” disguised as Christianity in churches. It’s almost as if Jesus exists to help keep our middle class, American Dream lives together. It’s as if Jesus revolves around us and our purposes whereas the biblical gospel is clear about us centering our lives on Jesus and his redemptive purposes for humanity (see 1 Peter 2:9–10). So, what does that mean? Let’s look more closely at God’s redemptive purposes for humanity.

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Southern Seminary on Twitter

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Why Are the Elders Following the Youth?

Thankfully, it's not too late to turn the tide in America and beyond, but that means that we of the older generation need to get our acts together and, with wisdom, maturity, sensitivity and compassion, live our lives worthy of the respect and honor of the youth, people who are called by God to be world-changers in the best sense of the word if we can help them find their way.

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Of Course the Satanic Temple Embraces Abortion, and Of Course the Left Applauds

First, there is nothing “complicated” about the Satanists’ claim, and there is no double standard. Religious liberty case law is littered with examples of fringe religions seeking religious exemptions from various state laws and regulations. Sometimes they win. Often they lose. I suspect this effort — if it ever gets to court – would stumble on the state’s acknowledged interest in protecting what the Supreme Court has called the “potential life” of even non-viable unborn children. Yet even if the Satanists win, there would be something . . . incredibly appropriate about the pro-abortion Left wrapping its arms around Satan in the quest to preserve abortion on demand.

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Don’t Take It from Me: Reasons You Should Not Marry an Unbeliever

Full disclosure: One of our sons began spending time a few years back with a secular woman from a Jewish background. He heard us talk about the sorrows (and disobedience) of being married to a non-Christian for years, so he knew it wasn't an option (something we reminded him of quite forcefully). Nevertheless, their friendship grew and developed into something more. To his credit, our son told her: “I can't marry you unless you are a Christian, and you can't become a Christian just to marry me. I'll sit with you in church, but if you are serious about exploring Christianity you will have to do it on your own—find your own small group, read books, talk to people other than me.” Fortunately, she is a woman of great integrity and grit, and she set herself to looking into the truth claims of the Bible. As she grew closer to saving faith, to our surprise our son began growing in his faith in order to keep up with her! She said to me one day, “You know, your son should never have been seeing me!” She did come to faith, and he held the water when she was baptized.

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It Is Insane to Kill Humans Because of Their Cognitive Abilities

Sam Storms, in his message earlier this year at our Conference for Pastors, painted such a beautiful picture of God and what it means for us to receive glorified bodies in the age to come. I thought my heart was going to burst with joy and anticipation. That same picture also brought to mind not just the wickedness but also the insanity of killing unborn babies with cognitive disabilities or elderly people with dementia.

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How Do We Build a Safer Car?

In this exchange, none of the categories that we typically use to account for belief and behavior are particularly helpful in making sense of their differences. Identity politics—the great explanatory growth engine of our time—focusses on gender and ethnicity. But the fact that these are two middle-aged white men tells us nothing. Murphy is a Republican and Friedman was appointed by a Democrat. But this doesn’t help, either. Their disagreement isn’t political. It’s professional. Murphy holds a Ph.D. in psychology (and continues to see patients); Friedman is pursuing one in engineering. Their perspectives turn on a category—profession—that we have pushed to the bottom of the pile. Surely this is why Jimmy Carter remains the most puzzling American President in recent times. We have too often insisted on trying to understand him using the default modes of identity politics: as a white, Southern born-again Christian. But Carter was by profession and training an engineer—a disciple of the greatest and most influential engineer in the history of the U.S. Navy, Admiral Hyman Rickover. Rickover, Carter once said, had more influence on him than anyone except his parents.

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Crossway on Twitter

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Pastor Saeed Abedini Marks 35th Birthday in Iranian Jail, Says He Is 'Crying Out to God' for America's Revival

Pastor Saeed Abedini, a U.S. citizen who has spent over two and-a-half years in an Iranian prison for his Christian faith, is marking on Thursday his 35th birthday by urging believers to pray for America's revival. The pastor noted in a letter that his birthday this year falls on the National Day of Prayer in the United States.

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I Fought the Law

I didn’t notice until recently that God doesn’t promise that the law will be abolished or forgotten. The promise in the new covenant is that the law will become a part of us, as it already is a part of God’s nature. In the new covenant, then, the law remains central to the lives of God’s people—one could argue more central than ever, at the heart of our beings and our community.

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Forgery in the Bible: Was Mark's Gospel Forged? - Apologetics Guy

Still, Ehrman’s got one thing right about Mark and the rest of the New Testament gospels: They were all originally anonymous. But here’s the thing. There was a time when people of a certain area only had one gospel account, so it didn’t really even need to be called by the author’s name. That might sound a bit odd to us in the 21st century, since we’ve got names and model numbers for almost everything we own. But maybe this illustration will help.

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Southern Seminary on Twitter

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Whatever Happened to Community?

Failure to understand our need for community shows that we’ve been more influenced by our culture than we may realize. For example, our high-tech environment reinforces isolation by enabling us to replace face-to-face human contact with e-mailing, texting, telecommuting, telebanking, shopping online, spending more time on social media than with friends in person, and even watching worship services online instead of attending them. Because of the pervasive influence of social media and other forms of technology, for the first time in history personal interaction with others can become practically unnecessary.

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College Encourages Lively Exchange Of Idea

BOSTON—Saying that such a dialogue was essential to the college’s academic mission, Trescott University president Kevin Abrams confirmed Monday that the school encourages a lively exchange of one idea. “As an institution of higher learning, we recognize that it’s inevitable that certain contentious topics will come up from time to time, and when they do, we want to create an atmosphere where both students and faculty feel comfortable voicing a single homogeneous opinion,” said Abrams, adding that no matter the subject, anyone on campus is always welcome to add their support to the accepted consensus. “Whether it’s a discussion of a national political issue or a concern here on campus, an open forum in which one argument is uniformly reinforced is crucial for maintaining the exceptional learning environment we have cultivated here.” Abrams told reporters that counseling resources were available for any student made uncomfortable by the viewpoint.

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TGC Executive Report and $50K Match Through July 1

We are grateful for your prayers and partnership in preparing the next generation for gospel-centered ministry. Over the weeks and months ahead, our advancement and church partnership team is eager to get to know you and how you might want to join us as we play our part in God’s global gospel vision.

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Ligonier.org

Ironically, we can become so afraid of losing something that we no longer fully enjoy having it. This is true in both everyday affairs and in spiritual matters. People will sometimes keep a prized possession out of harm’s way to such an extent that they no longer use it or enjoy it. Fortunately, Christians can rejoice in the knowledge that the forgiveness of sins, their relationship with God, and their eternal hope can never be taken away. Few truths are as beautiful as God’s promise that those who are born again receive a permanent birth and can never lose their status as His sons and daughters.

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Friends say 'strong faith in God' helping pizza delivery man recover from surprise attack

"The man got out at the same time, followed him about halfway to the ER, stabbed him in the back, took his cash, took his keys. All his personal belongings were in his car. He carjacked him," said Willow Rouben, the CFO and regional manager for Spinelli's.

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Thousands of Migrants Rescued While Crossing the Mediterranean

Recently, European countries have been facing a new kind of border crisis, as tens of thousands of migrants risk crossing the Mediterranean from Northern Africa to seek a better life in Europe. Over the weekend, Italian and French ships picked up more than 5,800 migrants attempting the trip in wooden and rubber boats. They also recovered the bodies of 10 migrants who had died during the trip. These are just a part of the estimated 35,000 migrants who have crossed the Mediterranean so far this year. More and more of them are losing their lives in the process. Just a few weeks ago, as many as 800 migrants drowned when their boat capsized off the coast of Libya. And authorities say more than 1,700 have died while making the journey this year. A large contributor to this are the networks of smugglers that people are using to make the journey, many of whom promise migrants safe passage and then force them onto packed, flimsy boats in order to increase profits. Some migrants are even beaten by the smugglers and forced to give up their money and passports.

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Episcopal Bishop Heather Cook Resigns Amid Homicide Charges for Fatal Hit-And-Run While Drunk

An Episcopal bishop charged with committing the felony crime of a fatal hit-and-run while intoxicated has resigned from her ecclesiastical position.

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'Duck Dynasty' Star Sadie Robertson Attends Women of Faith Conference, Quotes Bible Scripture Numbers 6:24-26

Sadie Robertson and her mother, Korie Robertson, of A&E's reality TV show "Duck Dynasty" at the Women of Faith conference in Columbus, Ohio, on May 1-2, 2015.

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Listening Closer: Raised from the Shadows, Belle and Sebastian’s Resurrection Song

“I’ve been struggling in the last year and the stress of overwork has actually put my health back quite a bit,” he admits. “It was a particularly busy time in my life. I got a virus in Spain; it took me almost a year to get over that and get my strength back. It was a mentally trying time: I was back in ME land again and, almost to comfort myself, I wrote about the first time I was really sick. I’ve never encapsulated it like that before. Every word of ‘Nobody’s Empire’ means something to me, and it’s something real, not just made up. Although it’s couched in a metaphor, that song is absolutely the most personal I’ve ever written.”

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424. Does The Punishment Fit The Crime When It Comes To Hell?

Frank Turek talks about the severe punishment of hell and if it is just.

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55 National Day of Prayer Focusing on Bible Verse 1 Kings 8:28 'Lord, Hear Our Cry' Is Expecting 43,000 Gatherings, the Largest in Its History
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