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The Poetic Wonder of Isaac Watts — Free eBook

“ We all know and love ‘Joy to the World,’ ‘Jesus Shall Reign,’ ‘Alas and Did My Savior Bleed,’ ‘When I Survey the Wondrous Cross,’ ‘O God, Our Help in Ages Past,’ and a host of his other compositions. And yet, most Christians know precious little about the author of these great hymn texts—the man history has dubbed as the ‘Father of English Hymnody.’ At least, until now. Thanks to the prolific and eloquent pen of Douglas Bond, we now have an insightful glimpse into the life, the faith, and the poetic wonder of this remarkable servant of the church: Isaac Watts. This delightful book needs to be put at the top of your must-read list.”

The Downsides of Wanderlust

As I travel, I try to build community around me. I’m not interested in making this journey all about me. I want to serve and I’m trying my best to do just that. I hope I can be a breath of fresh air for the people I come across, but there is no doubt that the nourishing rains come from those who have settled into a community with a commitment to grow, flourish and produce lasting fruit through all seasons. That takes time. And some permanence.

Preparing Your Teens for College: An Interview with Alex Chediak

Church involvement is an important component of bringing up our children “in the discipline and instruction of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4). For one, the church comes alongside parents and equips them to better train their teenagers. But the church also ministers directly to those teenagers by teaching them how the Bible applies to every stage and facet of life, by including them in the worship services, by encouraging them to serve and contribute, by creating a culture of high expectations, and by helping them wrestle with and come to own the Christian faith for themselves. Some adults in the church (e.g., youth ministers) are often uniquely skilled at engaging teens in matters of the faith. Their efforts can helpfully complement (though not replace or render unnecessary) what occurs in the home. Teens benefit profoundly from a multiplicity of relationships with godly adults.

Why Christian Apologists Should Be Concerned About the Increasing Loss of Religious Freedom

When Mozilla’s CEO Brendan Eich was forced to resign as CEO for making a $1000 donation to Proposition 8 (which was illegally leaked by someone at the IRS), gay rights activist and columnist Andrew Sullivan stated that if this was the campaign for equality than count him out. Sullivan wrote, “The whole episode disgusts me – as it should disgust anyone interested in a tolerant and diverse society,” he went on to say ”If we are about intimidating the free speech of others, we are no better than the anti-gay bullies who came before us.”

3 Cultural Engagement Lessons from Acts 17 - Apologetics Guy

Besides teaching Christian Apologetics at William Jessup University, I’m also a cultural engagement fellow at Dallas Theological Seminary. One of the things I learned during my first year with the Hendricks Center for Christian Leadership and Cultural Engagement is that the Apostle Paul provides a great model of cultural engagement in his 1st century context that can help us think about our spiritual conversations with skeptics in the 21st century.

Did not our hearts burn?: expository reading – part 1

God has preserved for us an invaluable gift and resource in the canon of Scripture. In it we have the very words of God, written over many centuries by many men, and all inspired by one divine mind. He could not have given a better gift with more profitable guidance than he has in the Bible. As the hymn writer said, “How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord, is laid for your faith in his excellent word!”

Gospel of Jesus's Wife Papyrus Fake? Controversial Documentary Explores Whether Jesus Married Mary Magdalene (VIDEO)

"It's never a good sign for a text of doubtful authenticity to be found in the company of a sure forgery. More directly: Multiple experts agree that the fragment of John and the Jesus' wife papyrus are written in the same hand, using the same ink and even the same writing instrument. Simply put: If one is a forgery, they're both forgeries," wrote Joel S. Baden and Candida R. Moss in a CNN report.

8 Shoulder-to-Shoulder: Standing Together in the Battle for Life and Truth - Christian Research Institute

Stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Hank Hanegraaff in the battle for life and truth by becoming a member of the Bible Answer Man Monthly Support Team:

Why Public Prayer Is About More Than Culture Wars

President Obama and religious conservatives are rarely on the same side of the culture wars. But a case now headed to the Supreme Court has forced a sliver of consensus between the White House and right-leaning people of faith on -- of all things -- praying in public, in Jesus' name. Perhaps this little truce in the red state/blue state divide can give Americans of all faiths, and no faith, an opportunity to think about why our pluralistic society is better off with uncensored, unscripted public prayers.


What could possibly be wrong with the humanitarian concerns of humanism? At what points, if any, can Christianity agree with humanism? What happens when you mix them together? Is there some redeeming quality in humanism that we could use in the church? In this message, Dr. Sproul examines the fundamental premise of humanism and the unhappy marriage of humanism and Christianity.

2 Questions That Make You a More Effective Apologist

When I was younger I used to ask a lot of questions (about everything), and I guess you could say that never really changed. I really enjoy great conversations, and ever since I can remember I always enjoyed getting to know people, learn their stories, and understand their worldview. Fortunately I’ve always been able to meet someone and strike up a conversation, but along the way I’ve also learned that there are certain questions that can really helps us in our conversations as apologists. After all, most of our interaction with folks is through a conversation. Most of us don’t speak from large stages, participate in debates attended by thousands, or have a radio show. So, what are the two questions that will help us become better apologists?

12 Were books left out of the Bible? |

What about the New Testament—were there certain letters or books that some considered Scripture but were excluded? By the end of the first century Paul’s epistles and the four Gospels were widely accepted by the new Christian church as divinely inspired. Peter even wrote around AD 65 that all of Paul’s known writings belonged in the category of Scripture (see 2 Peter 3:15-16). But by the middle of the second century there were a growing number of other writings that gained attention, and some wondered if they too were God-inspired. These became known as New Testament apocrypha and Gnostic writings (Gnostic meaning having to do with knowledge).

Renewing Your Mind | How to Deal with Guilt | May 5, 2014

In the passage we examined in Friday’s study, Paul spoke of justification as that which saves believers from God’s wrath. Christians were enemies of God, he wrote, but were reconciled to God through Jesus. To use the most familiar term, Paul is speaking here of forgiveness. The Word of God declares that all people are guilty of violating God’s law and stand in need of His forgiveness. Oddly, most people struggle with feelings of guilt to one degree or another, but few seek the real forgiveness they need to have relief from those feelings. Why is this? We will pause this week to examine this issue with the help of Dr. R.C. Sproul’s “Renewing Your Mind” teaching series Guilt and Forgiveness .

The Briefing 05-05-14

1) Twenty-year anniversary of women priests in Church of England foreshadows shift on gay clergy

Harvest Ministries with Greg Laurie

There are a lot of spiritual memoirs out there, but you've never seen one like this. Lost Boy: The Documentary is really a story about being found. Greg opens a window on his life and shares about his uncertainty and disappointments, his healing and growth. He remembers the beginnings of a ministry that has touched millions of people and relives the ups, downs, sudden drops, and blind corners—and he invites you along for the ride!

The Phobia of Being Called Islamophobic

In addition to calling out prejudice against Muslims (a people), the term "Islamophobia" seeks to shield Islam itself (an ideology) from criticism. It's as if every time you said smoking was a filthy habit, you were perceived to be calling all smokers filthy people. Human beings have rights and are entitled to respect. But when did we start extending those rights to ideas, books, and beliefs? You'd think the difference would be clear, but it isn't. The ploy has worked over and over again, and now everyone seems petrified of being tagged with this label.

The Next America

Demographic transformations are dramas in slow motion. America is in the midst of two right now. Our population is becoming majority non-white at the same time a record share is going gray. Each of these shifts would by itself be the defining demographic story of its era. The fact that both are unfolding simultaneously has generated big generation gaps that will put stress on our politics, families, pocketbooks, entitlement programs and social cohesion.

18 EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

What’s wrong with Wicca? Wicca is a neo–pagan, earth–centered religion that has its modern origins in the teaching and practice of the original English Wiccan, Gerald Gardner (1884–1964). Today, Wicca is experiencing dramatic growth as teens reject what they perceive as Christian paternalism, homophobia, and insensitivity to the environment. While stereotypes of Wiccans as Satanists […]

Justices allow public prayers at New York town's council meetings

Hollingsworth v. Perry (2013): The Supreme Court dismissed an appeal over California's Proposition 8 on jurisdictional grounds. The voter-approved ballot measure barring same-sex marriage was not defended by state officials, but rather a private party. This ruling cleared the way for same-sex marriage in California to resume, but left open-ended the legal language of 35 other states barring same-sex marriage. Take a look at other important cases decided by the high court.

How an Evangelical Christian Climate Scientist Gets Evangelical Christians to Care About Climate

Indeed, many conservatives don’t buy into climate science because they don’t like the “big government” solutions they suspect the problem entails. But Hayhoe has an answer ready for that one too: Conservative-friendly, market-driven solutions to climate problems are actually all around us. “A couple of weeks ago, Texas … smashed the record for the most wind energy ever produced. It was 38 percent of our energy that week, came from wind,” she says. And Hayhoe thinks that’s just the beginning: “If you look at the map of where the greatest potential is for wind energy, it’s right up the red states. And I think that is going to make a big difference in the future.”

Couple Prays to Adopt Baby With Down Syndrome - Watch Them Meet Their Beautiful New Daughter (VIDEO)

Even before they got married, Andy and Mercedes Lara wanted to adopt, and they wanted to adopt a very special kind of baby, one with Down Syndrome. On June 3, 2013, their baby was born in San Jose, Calif., and they made the eight-hour drive from their home in Orange Country to meet her.

Grace to You

The Old Testament describes giving as a part of God’s cycle of blessing. Proverbs says, “The generous man will be prosperous, and he who waters will himself be watered” (11:25). God blesses our giving, and when that occurs we can give some more out of the additional resources He gives. The Lord, through Moses, told the Israelites, “You shall celebrate the Feast of Weeks to the Lord your God with a tribute of a freewill offering of your hand, which you shall give just as the Lord your God blesses you” (Deut. 16:10).

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.

High court ruling favors prayer at council meeting

FILE - In this March 18, 2014 file photo, Pastor Mike Metzger, right, of First Bible Baptist Church, leads a moment of prayer at the start of the Greece Town Board meeting in Greece, N.Y. The Supreme Court said Monday that prayers that open town council meetings do not violate the Constitution even if they routinely stress Christianity. (AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)

Failure Is Not a Virtue

Celebratory failurism asserts that all our attempts to obey will fail, thereby making us the recipients of greater grace. But God does not exhort us to obey just to teach us that we cannot hope to obey. He exhorts us to obey to teach us that, by grace, we can obey, and therein lies hope. Through the gospel our God, whose Law and whose character do not change, changes us into those who obey in both motive and deed. Believers no longer live under the Law, but the Law lies under us as a sure path for pursuing what is good, right, and pleasing to the Lord. Contrary to the tenets of celebratory failurism, the Law is not the problem. The heart of the Law-follower is.

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In 2013,  TGC International Outreach  partnered with Crossway to raise funds to obtain 3,000 copies of the  ESV Global Study Bible . Our purpose was to make these available to our worldwide missions network with the goal of putting these study bibles into the hands of pastors primarily in the Global South who badly need them. 

Top Commentaries on Every Book of the Bible

The last twenty years have witnessed a dramatic increase in the number and quality of biblical commentaries being published. With such a large number being published every year, it can be difficult to choose among them.

5 Observations about Younger Southern Baptists

On alcohol, I find that younger Southern Baptists don’t agree with the Convention’s many statements that imply total abstinence as a test of true faithfulness or a qualification for church leadership. Some younger pastors require their staff to abstain, primarily to avoid potential problems that issue may cause. In the middle, there are pastors who are personally opposed to alcohol but do not require the position for people in leadership. On the other side, there are younger Southern Baptists who see no problem with drinking in moderation. State conventions are sometimes put in the awkward position of wanting to celebrate some of their fastest growing churches and best preachers without affirming a church’s choice to not take a hard stance against drinking. (On this issue, I sense that my views on alcohol consumption are the minority opinion. Young Southern Baptists respect my teetotaling convictions, but they do not share them.)

Boko Haram Leader Admits to Abducting 200 Schoolgirls; Says Allah Told Him to Sell Them

The leader of terrorist group Boko Haram said in a video on Monday that he is responsible for the kidnapping of over 200 schoolgirls in Nigeria, and revealed plans to sell them on the market because he says Allah told him to do so.

Alumni Academy | Spring

“Pop” atheism is on the rise, and it’s taking many college campuses by storm. The popularity of atheistic authors such as Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, and Sam Harris has led many young adults to abandon the Christian faith as an outdated and uneducated belief system. Seeking to counteract this disturbing trend, Dan DeWitt, dean of Boyce College, has crafted a compelling address to America’s youth, explaining the startling implications of the atheistic worldview. This book—written in an accessible, conversational style—uses the fictional journey of a young man named Zach to illustrate how the gospel provides a rock-solid foundation for life and offers an explanation for our existence, grace for our guilt, and meaning for our mortality.


“If you’ve made it this far, you know this book is first and foremost about God,” Dyck writes near the end. “That is by design. I believe that if we build our theology from the bottom up, starting with humanity, we’re almost sure to get God wrong” (162). This, I believe, is the book’s central strength: if we start with the doctrine of God, as Dyck does, we’ll be on a clear path to see the rest fall into place. If we get the Maker of heaven and earth wrong, however, we’ll get the whole world—ourselves included—wrong as well. 

Why Don’t Calvinists Care About Missions?

Perhaps the biggest question is this: Are today's Calvinists true to our historic nature and evangelical calling? If we are enthusiastic about God's worldwide mission, how do our actions show it? How blessed it would be to answer these questions so convincingly that no one thinks to ask; all will know that Calvinists really do care about missions.

A Watchman on the Walls

The teachers of the church must disclose all of the glorious parts in Scripture and all the hard parts, all the promises and all the warnings, all the blessings and all the curses, all the parts that make us smile and all the parts that make us wince.

Did Jesus Have a Wife? A Simple Response to the Gospel of Jesus' Wife

So what can you say to a skeptical friend who asks you, “ Did Jesus have a wife? ” Seems like I’ve been hearing this question off and on for a while now. Sometimes, it comes in the form of a possibility: “Isn’t it possible that Jesus had a wife?” I usually agree, which sometimes surprises people and grabs their attention. I say, “Sure. Anything’s possible. But the question is, are there any good reasons to believe that the historical Jesus of Nazareth really had a wife?” If you want to be confident in conversations about this fragment, here’s what I suggest.

36 Defenders 2 Podcast: Church | Reasonable Faith

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The Two Best Arguments for Theism - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.

C.S. Lewis: What God Wants of You - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.

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The Veracity of the Old Testament: A Scientific Validation - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

For foundation, it should be noted that Dick Wilson was fluent in 45 ancient languages and dialects. This includes all the Biblical and cognate languages, i.e., Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic, the Sumerian/Babylonian dialects, Phoenician, Assyrian, Ethiopic, the various Egyptian and Persian dialects, and so on -- 45 languages/dialects in all. Also, it is recorded that Wilson had memorized the entire New Testament in Hebrew, as well as large portions of the Old Testament, also in Hebrew, and could recite the New Testament in Hebrew without missing so much as a syllable. With regard to evidence, Wilson himself made the following comment:

Is Christianity true or false? The definitive question - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

The battle for Christian Apologetics rages in many arenas. Ongoing Apologetic arguments address political actions : is a particular policy beneficial or damaging to religious freedom? Does religion have too much or too little say in political policy? Apologists defend the origins of the universe , the origins of life , the reliability of the scriptural documents , and the particulars of morality . If Christianity is a legitimate worldview, than all of these arguments matter and have their place of importance. Better these issues are given careful and considered thought than for Believers to simply cling blindly, as it were, to their beliefs without weighing them. However, the fact that there is such vast and trenchant disagreement both within and outside of the Christian faith is testament to one towering, unignorable, undeniable truth: people are ultimately ignorant.

Is Jesus God? Did Jesus Ever Claim to be God? See Proof from the Life of Jesus - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

We must scan the horizon of history to see if there is any clue to God's revelation. There is one clear clue. In an obscure village in Palestine, 2,000 years ago, a Child was born in a stable. Today the entire world is still celebrating the birth of Jesus, and for good reason.

Is God Complex? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Atheists such as Dawkins often argue that a complex creation such as the universe (or the Multiverse) requires a complex creator. If the creator is complex, these clever people think, then the odds of "him" existing are much less and so God is improbable. It would hysterical to hear what Kierkegaard would say, probably something like, "sure God is improbable, there's no better proof he's real." Aside from the ridiculous idea of attaching a probability to the likelihood of the basis of all that is existing, the atheist's point is to counter the design argument. Of course to make the argument they must assume God is like a big man in the sky rather than the ground of being.

Finding Jesus In… The Bible (A “Duh, No Kidding” Blog Post) - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Many years ago in Chicago before the fall of the Iron Curtain (No, not the Pittsburgh Steelers) I spoke with a couple whose real names I didn’t, and still don’t know. They couldn’t give me, or anyone they didn’t know well their real names because they were international fugitives. They were wanted by Russian authorities. The United States government wasn’t all that thrilled with them either.

We Need More Than An Accidental Faith - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

When I walked into a Christian church in 1996, it was the first time I had ever been in a non-Catholic church building for anything other that a wedding. It’s still a mystery to me why I even decided to go in the first place. I was definitely there for my wife more than I was there for me. I still saw no need for such superstitions. I was, however, captivated by the way the pastor described Jesus. He offered Jesus as a wise sage with important wisdom that could speak to my life and inform my decision making in important areas like work, relationships and parenting. While I wasn’t interested in Christianity, I was interested in what this ancient sage had to say…

When video games are designed for disempowerment

Research suggests that one of the primary reasons people play video games is because they make us feel powerful. Thus we stomp on goombas, shoot terrorists, steal cars and blow up aliens. This desire to feel powerful is also, perhaps, what makes people so suspicious about video games. But to assume that all video games are power fantasies would be to miss an important and substantive trend in game development - designing for disempowerment.

Did Jesus Exist? Interview Of Agnostic Scholar Bart Ehrman - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

I’ve been meeting more and more skeptics who have taken the stance that Jesus never existed at all. This is a peculiar position as there are many attested writings about him, from early sources other than the Bible. The charge against such sources is that since they weren’t written during his lifetime, then they’re automatically invalid. What the proponents of this position don’t understand, is that historians don’t require contemporary writings for an accepted historical fact. If they actually did require it, then much of history would have to be rewritten. The purpose of this brief article is not to go into all the details (at a later time I will) but I would like us to examine some interesting comments from professor Bart Ehrman in the video above. Of special interest is that even though Bart is a New Testament scholar, he’s also an Agnostic. While I don’t agree with all of what he said or his overall position, but he thoroughly refutes the idea that Jesus never existed. Here are some of Bart’s comments from the video…

Saint Augustine: If you believe what you like… - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

If you believe what you like in the gospels, and reject what you don't like, it is not the gospel you believe, but yourself.

Killing In the Name of God - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

I can still remember the moment completely fresh in my mind. It is as if it happened days ago. It has been replayed several times since in the years past. I was a sophomore in college. It was about 9:30 A.M. and my phone rings jolting me upright. My mom, her voice shaken, instructs me to turn on the television. I fumbled for the remote to the TV, and I am greeted with two buildings, smoldering. I see a smoking number 11, the twin towers, set in the foreground of an otherwise serene blue morning sky. I will never forget the events surrounding that morning. How could I?

Evolution Not Possible Without Speciation - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Not long ago, biochemist Larry Moran responded to an ENV article by Casey Luskin . Moran considered the question of whether evolution is guided or at least non-random (as the majority of the public believe) or, alternatively, whether it is unguided and hence random, as Moran and other evolutionists claim. Moran gives an explanation that he says is "so simple that even an IDiot should be able to understand it."

51 We’re not reading the Bible (and why it’s a problem) - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
52 Frank Turek: We don’t get brownie points for being stupid… - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
53 Ses Apologetics
54 Why We Need to Start Taking the Sabbath Seriously
55 5 Reasons Why Christians Struggle to Evangelize - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
56 In Jesus' Name
57 Eight Reasons It’s Easier Not to Attend Church Today -
58 C.S. Lewis and Materialism - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
59 Critical Thinking and Logical Fallacies - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
60 An Introduction: What Exactly is Apologetics? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
61 Stephen King: The first thing that interests me about the idea of God… - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
62 Is Agnosticism Tenable? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
63 Not the God of the Gaps, But the Whole Show - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
64 The Professor Who Thought He Knew Bigotry When He Saw It - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
65 Host a Worldwide Simulcast with Lennox, Meyer and Metaxas on "Science and Faith: Are They Really in Conflict?"
66 WORLD | Supreme Court win for public square religion | Emily Belz | May 5, 2014
67 Non-Christian Everyday Culture - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
68 The War on Meat Is Part of the War on Humans
69 Sizeist Japanese Film Critics Think Our Godzilla Is Too Fat
70 Apologetic Character - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
71 How a Dad Loves a Prodigal
72 God Is Still Good - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
73 Why the Church Will Always Need Apologists - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
74 The Number of Textual Variants: An Evangelical Miscalculation - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
75 "How Much Evidence to Justify Religious Conversion?" - John Warwick Montgomery on Conversion
76 How Did Canonization of the New Testament Happen? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
77 May Specials
78 Some Reflections on the Sean Carroll Debate | Reasonable Faith
79 Is Jesus Simply a Retelling of the Mithras Mythology? | Cold Case Christianity
80 The Wes Anderson Cruise You’ve Always Wanted to Go on Is Now a Reality
81 Christ in All of Scripture – Psalm 23
82 Stephen Hawking Warns Artificial Intelligence Could be 'Worst Mistake in History' as Johnny Depp's 'Transcendence' Examines It
83 Jesus Christ: Truly Human, Truly God - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
84 Oklahoma Releases a Timeline of Clayton Lockett's Botched Execution
85 The Benefits and Blessings of Reading Scripture - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
86 Boko Haram Officially Claims Responsibility for Kidnapped Girls
87 F.F. Bruce: 200 years of stringent analytical study - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
88 Redefining Marriage: Why Not?
89 PROOF: Good News (and Not-So-Good News) for Spiritual Zombies - Timothy Paul Jones
90 Reaching Out to the Unchurched - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
91 First openly gay Episcopal bishop to divorce same-sex partner
92 Here I Don’t Stand - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
93 Can I Date a Non-Christian?
94 On Prayer, Supreme Court Upholds Freedom
95 WORLD | Do older recruits make better soldiers? | Michael F. Cochrane | May 5, 2014
96 Occupy Wall Street Protestor Found Guilty of Assaulting Officer
97 This comes from the Lord
98 Jars of Clay Front-Man Dan Haseltine's Twitter Rant Supporting Gay Marriage Affects Band's Radio Play; Singer Issues Apology for 'Negative Stir'