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20 Bad Arguments Against God's Existence - ANSWERED - Seton Magazine

John Clark fires right back at a popular Youtube video '20 SHORT Arguments Against God's Existence', and shuts him down in 8 steps. #atheist #fallacy

The Avett Brothers New Single ‘Satan Pulls the Strings’ Is a Different Kind of the Same Avett

The Avett Brothers just released a new single from their much-anticipated album, True Sadness, which drops June 24. And this new song sounds pretty different from what we’re used to with the brothers Avett. Check it out: This is a different sound for Avett. Seth Avett told Billboard: “Satan Pulls the Strings” started as a quiet and calm Depression-era banjo song. And somehow in the studio, it blossomed into a genre that I don't even have a name for … the frenzied yet mechanical energy of it is a first for the band. Still the single, "Satan Pulls the Strings," keeps the real-life, emotional transparency that makes The Avett Brothers music connect with audiences and their folky tradition. It also keeps with what seems to be the theme of the perhaps-appropriately named album (True Sadness): With lyrics like “My heart is in the puppet box and Satan pulls the strings,” the track will fit right in with previously released single “Divorce Separation Blues” and the title track. The band always been capable of real emotional depth in their music though. The Avett Brothers recently spoke with RELEVANT about their faith and even the band’s personal struggles. For the new album, The Avett Brothers worked again with the legendary Rick Rubin (he’s helped out the likes of The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kanye and Adele), and have taken the sound in a new direction, which is evident on the band’s earlier single, “Ain’t No Man.”

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This Lunatic Built His Own Deathstar Out of 5,000 Fireworks

The Internet’s favorite amateur inventor, Colin Furze, was very excited about accumulating 3 million YouTube subscribers. To celebrate, he did what any reasonable garage engineer would do: He created his own Deathstar with 5,000 fireworks he bought online. Yes, this is the same man who has made a hoverbike, a flame-throwing guitar and the fastest baby stroller on the planet. In other words, his 3 million subscribers are well-earned.

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I submit that the answer to that question also lies within our nature. We are imperfect, limited beings seeking to approach a perfect, holy God. We need simply look around us to see why this must be a slow, progressive process, and not one that can be accomplished quickly. Consider for a moment the way we learn. We do not possess instincts like the lower animals. We cannot, without first being taught and engaging in much practice, jump onto a narrow ledge and remain perfectly balanced, the way a cat does. We cannot “download” into our minds a program from a computer and have instantaneous and complete knowledge of a subject. Instead, the progress toward any goal is a slow and laborious one.

3 The Why? Series | RZIM

One of the greatest objections to the existence of the Christian God is the presence of suffering and evil in the world. The question of why a loving God would allow so much suffering is common to all of us. Whether we experience what Os Guinness describes as the “lash” of evil against us, or the impact of sickness or the effects of a natural disaster, the question of suffering demands an answer.

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Report: Mel Gibson Is Going to Make a Sequel to ‘The Passion’ About the Resurrection

I always wanted to tell this story. "The Passion" is the beginning and there's a lot more story to tell … The evangelical community considers "The Passion" the biggest movie ever out of Hollywood, and they kept telling us that they think a sequel will be even bigger.

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20 quotes from Baptists on religious liberty:

Baptists have one consistent record concerning liberty throughout all their long and eventful history. They have never been a party to oppression of conscience. They have forever been the unwavering champions of liberty, both religious and civil. Their contention now, is, and has been, and, please God, must ever be, that it is the natural and fundamental and indefeasible right of every human being to worship God or not, according to the dictates of his conscience, and, as long as he does not infringe upon the rights of others, he is to be held accountable alone to God for all religious beliefs and practices. Our contention is not for mere toleration, but for absolute liberty. There is a wide difference between toleration and liberty. Toleration implies that somebody falsely claims the right to tolerate. Toleration is a concession, while liberty is a right. Toleration is a matter of expediency, while liberty is a matter of principle. Toleration is a gift from God. It is the consistent and insistent contention of our Baptist people, always and everywhere, that religion must be forever voluntary and uncoerced, and that it is not the perogative of any power, whether civil or ecclesiastical, to compel men to conform to any religious creed or form of worship, or to pay taxes for the support of a religious organization to which they do not believe.

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The Fearless Call of Asian Americans in Christian Hip-Hop

Many of today’s Asian hip-hop acts also share a kinship as second or third-generation Americans. Some, like CL, grew up with immigrant parents who did not speak English until years after their arrival on US soil. Others, like HeeSun, were adopted by parents whose heritage differed from their birthplace. Yet in both cases, these artists were raised on one of America’s most popular exports: The culture and music of hip-hop.

8 ‘Me Before You’

“Me Before You,” adapted from the novel by Jojo Moyes, is about a rich young playboy who’s paralyzed from the neck down due to a motorcycle accident. While the film starts out on an encouraging note, its conclusion has left many disabled reviewers upset. And for good reason.

9 Hobbits and The Cult of Travel

Those who think the lesson of his hobbits’ journeys is to pack your own bags are missing the point, they write. “[B]ooks like The Hobbit are not . . .  supposed to inspire trips to far-flung lands, but rather to restore the freshness of familiar surroundings right in front of our faces.”

10 Witnessing to the Nation of Islam - Christian Research Institute

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan called for the Million Man March to take place in Washington, D.C., on October 16, 1995, and black men across America responded. The response was so enthusiastic that not even the march on Washington by the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., surpassed the crowds that Farrakhan was able to bring together. Why was the Million Man March so effective? Many saw it as a way the black community could stand together. Moreover, it encouraged black males to stand up and be men in their homes and communities.

11 The TC Apologetics Daily

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News Highlights - WORLD

The U.S. State Department claims it will take “generations” to process the Republican National Committee’s request for copies of Hillary Clinton’s emails from her time as secretary of state. In March, the RNC sued the State Department to get the agency to release emails from Clinton’s top former aides. Last week, a federal judge ordered the emails to be released, but the State Department responded with a court filing claiming it would take 75 years to completely fulfill the request. In Tuesday’s briefing, State Department spokesman Mark Toner defended that estimate: “It’s a very broad range, involving a number of people, over a period of, I think, four years. And it’s not an outlandish estimation, believe it or not.” The State Department claims the delay is due to a current backlog of Freedom of Information Act requests and the complexity of retrieving the documents. The department says it can only process about 500 pages a month, and at that rate, the request would take generations to fulfill.

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Isn't The Language Of 'Sin' And 'Salvation' All A Bit Old Hat Now? // Evangelism // FAQ Sessions

Every Thursday afternoon at 5pm on Premier Drive, Loretta Andrews asks the experts about some of things that we've all had questions about; It could be prayer, the Bible, or even learning how to walk with the Lord in a more practical way. From May 2016, Premier Drive will team up with Evangelical Alliance directors Gavin Calver and Dr Dave Landrum to tackle some of the biggest questions on evangelism - has the Church lost its way or has it simply just lost touch with how things should be done? More questions and answers from the Premier Drive FAQ Sessions: http://www.premierchristianradio.com/... | For more video and audio content: http://player.premier.org.uk | Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/togetherpremier | Tweet us @TogetherPremier

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William Lane Craig vs. James White- Idols and Demons

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New Dean of Boyce College Announced

Dr. R. Albert Mohler announces the new Dean of Boyce College.

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Reformed, Romanist, or Rumor? A Response to Dr. Scott Oliphint

Recently there were some concerns raised by friend of Southern Evangelical Seminary, Dr. Scott Oliphint. Dr. Oliphint spoke for approximately 45 minutes during his presentation titled Reformed or Romanist: (Protestant or Papist) .   His representations are inaccurate, and this page is to serve as the beginning of a dialog about the issues our Christian brother has raised. We hope that you find this engagement beneficial to your own walk and understanding of the Christian faith and the God in whom we “live move and have our being” (Acts 17:28).

17 Premature Requiems for Religion

But not so fast. These kinds of “studies” with their predictions are built on what we at BreakPoint like to call “sabertooth psychology,” the assumption that all of our thoughts, actions, and beliefs were determined by evolutionary pressures on our remote ancestors. It’s kind of an ideological hammer looking for nails, but in reality amounts to little more than storytelling. Baumard’s idea about religion enforcing bourgeois morality isn’t new. It’s just warmed-over Marxist social theory.

18 The Briefing 06-09-16 - AlbertMohler.com

From a Christian worldview perspective there are huge issues here. There are grave and fundamental moral issues. We’re talking about a candidate that has not only run on a populist platform, but a nativist platform—that is, he has held a nativist prejudiced against immigrants in the United States, and there is no time limit on this when it comes to Donald Trump. It’s not just even recent immigrants, but it is in the entire question of immigration that seems to bring about his visceral opposition. And then there have been the accusations of using the race card in the election, and rather than run from all of those accusations and prove them wrong, the really significant thing is that Donald Trump has ensconced himself in a position of resisting any call to correction and doubled down in terms of his criticism of this judge, insisting that his senior staff and campaign workers do the very same. That is what has led so many senior Republicans to understand that a moral question now requires them to separate themselves from any support for Donald Trump.

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Good Books for Warm Days - The Summer Reading List for 2016 - AlbertMohler.com

The image of Douglas MacArthur was largely the creation of MacArthur himself, who understood himself to be at the center of the world. His father, a Civil War hero and top-ranking Army general, set for young Douglas MacArthur an example of service and military leadership that would be daunting to any son, but Douglas MacArthur would eventually become Supreme Commander of Allied forces in the Pacific during World War II and would wear five stars on his shoulder. He was indeed a military genius, but he was also vainglorious and egotistical — a combination that demanded careful handling. Borneman’s achievement is to tell the story of World War II in the Pacific through the story of MacArthur, and to make clear that MacArthur’s success cannot be explained without the leadership of his commander, General George C. Marshall. Marshall was perhaps the one man who understood that MacArthur was essential to victory in the Pacific, but also understood that the great general could also be his own most dangerous enemy. Borneman describes Douglas MacArthur as “the most intriguing military leader of the twentieth century.

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Millennials Are the Most Stressed-Out Generation. And That’s a Spiritual Problem

We’ve gotten so used to stress that for some of us, it has begun to shape how we think about God. At the root of this type of stress response is, ultimately, unbelief. A lifestyle of stress and its subsequent coping mechanisms say “God is not in control.” It’s helpless, hopeless and joyless, and, frankly, an offensive response to the Gospel. If what God says is true, and Jesus died to carry the burdens too heavy for us to bear, we should be some of the happiest people on earth. So while we may not be able to change our circumstances, it’s time to change our perspective on them—for the good of our health, our relationships and most of all, our spiritual lives.

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The Beauty and Behavior of a Godly Woman

What does it mean to be a strong woman? The world and all the media will answer one way, but the gospel and the Bible paint a more beautiful and satisfying picture. In twenty minutes, John Piper builds a vision for womanhood, touching on faith, physical appearance, and submission.

24 It's Official: Bon Iver Will Debut New Music This August

It’s been a long time (2011, maybe? We can’t quite remember). But it finally looks like Bon Iver is giving the world new music. Founder and frontman Justin Vernon (also of Volcano Choir) tweeted earlier today that Bon Iver perform new material at Eaux Claires Festival this August 12-13 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

25 Ligonier Ministries

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Born This Way

Though Christians are accused of holding bigoted and inhumane beliefs about sexuality, this is not true. Our view of sexuality is rooted not in fear or self-righteous prudery. It is rooted in our high view of human dignity as God’s image-bearers. That’s why we do not believe that sexuality defines humanity, nor do we believe humanity defines sexuality. Being human, and thus made in the likeness of God, is so noble a thing that God alone reserves the right to confer the definition of our true personhood. We do not say with Lady Gaga, “I’m beautiful in my way.” We say, “I am beautiful in God’s way.” To the degree that we abandon God’s way, we abandon our beauty.

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How God turns a French atheist into a Christian theologian

A number of people lately have been intrigued to meet a French theologian, and have asked me to tell them the story of how I, a French atheist, became a Christian scholar. Even the theologians and apologists I met recently at the ETS Conference in Baltimore (where by God’s grace I was delivering my first scholarly paper) seemed to care (understandably) more about my conversion from atheism than my immediate theology paper! Therefore, it seemed fitting to type it up properly, to have a clean telling of that story of God breaking into my life, ready to be shared with people who ask. So here it is (and please let me know if you spot spelling mistakes or awkward sentences, I’m still French after all!)

28 Preserve Faith-Based Higher Education

The author (Sen. Ricardo Lara) of SB 1146 has publicly stated that it is not his intention to restrict the rights of religious schools to operate in accordance with their faith. However, the legislation as currently written will greatly impact faith-based higher education. We need your help to make assembly members aware of the negative implications of the bill.

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Living Out present five fantastic new stories with each person sharing their perspective on being Christian and same sex attracted.  Click on the name to watch:

30 Thank God for Africa

These five million members of UMC not only pulled their church back toward a Christian stance on life, but also resisted changes on marriage. It mirrors what happened earlier this year when the global Anglican Communion—again, thanks largely to African leaders—censured the Episcopal Church for its embrace of homosexuality.

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Want To Change The World? Seth Godin Knows How

Somebody who made a lot of money in 1975 but was doing it in a way their peers frown on was not as happy as someone in 1975 who was making less money but was embraced by her peers for doing the right thing. That’s always been true. The difference now is it’s so much easier because everyone has their own media channel to be really clear about what is important to them and to get feedback as to whether they’re on the right path. Now thanks to the fact you’re connected to more people, you can surround yourself with fellow travelers who agree with your definition of success—which makes it a lot easier to feel successful. You used to be geography-bound: The people at the country club and your next door neighbors reflected back to you whatever they wanted about their perception of your success.

32 Muhammad Ali, Epicurianism, See-Sawing With ISIS, and China’s Churches

ISIS Attacks. WORLD’s Mindy Belz is reporting that Iraq has appealed directly to the UN Security Council “for immediate intervention to prevent genocide.” The United States, Britain and the European Union have already formally declared that genocide is happening. Belz reports, “In recent weeks more than 50 mass graves have been discovered in predominantly Yazidi areas of northern Iraq.” It’s an area ISIS once controlled but is now back in Iraqi hands, following see-saw fighting there. The pattern seems to be this: ISIS wins control of an area, Christians are persecuted and often executed, and when Iraqi or Western forces take back the area, they find evidence of the persecution and slaughter. Still, it seems that the tide may be slowly turning there -- turning against ISIS. Iraqi forces, with American support, are slowly gaining ground. Nonetheless, said Gen. Joseph Votel, head of U.S. Central Command and the top American military officer in the region, "We have to respect our enemies and respect their ability to adapt and adjust on the battlefield."

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Should I Attend a Homosexual Wedding If the Service Is Completely Secular?

I do have a friend who has been there. She had a dear relative who was like a daughter to her throughout the girl’s childhood. She grew up, moved away, and began engaging in homosexuality. She knew the faith and beliefs of her Aunt, and they had a few discussions about it that were always awkward and difficult, but love remained between them. My friend lovingly told her what she believed about it in truth. They maintained their relationship. The niece decided to marry her lesbian partner, and asked her aunt if she would make them her famous wedding mints, attend the wedding, and sent her an invitation. It was very difficult. My friend decided to make the mints for her niece, and offered them to her as a token of love that had always existed in her for her niece, and to tell her she will always love her and want the very best for her life. But she also told her she could not attend the wedding because she believed only in God’s design for marriage, and could not celebrate this choice with her. It was difficult for her to say, and a difficult thing to hear. My friend is not sure she should have offered the mints, but knew with certainty that her stance on not attending the wedding was the right stance to take.

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Mobile Ed: AP371 A Biblical Response to Homosexuality

Get equipped to respond truthfully and graciously to the topic of homosexuality and to those who are a part of the LGBT community. Sean McDowell examines some of the preliminary issues, such as whether or not homosexuality is a gospel issue, whether or not homosexuality is the unforgiveable sin, and why many people have adopted the revisionist view of homosexuality. Gain profound insight and practical advice while applying biblical evidence to common objections to pertinent passages in Genesis, Romans, and 1 Corinthians.

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How the NBA Went All-Out Gay | The Stream

On the broader point, how should the believer in Christ react to specific acts of sinful rebellion on the part of unbelievers? A shrug of the shoulders and an “Ah, well, he’s a worldling, what do you expect?” Christ commands men and women everywhere to repent and believe and they ignore him at their eternal peril. Individual Christians may not have the prophetic charge that God gave to Ezekiel, but God’s warning to that watchman not to neglect his responsibility to tell the rebels of Israel to heed the coming judgment (chapter 33) should sober all of us. For indeed the celebration of sin and rebellion does have eternal and meaningful consequences if it sears the conscience and hardens the unbeliever in his sin.

39 A Gigantic Replica of Noah's Ark Has Crashed

Seriously though, this thing is huge . And, even though it was built to the specifications of an Old Testament story, it was evidentially sea-worthy. The Noah’s Ark is the work of a Dutch carpenter and serves as a sort of floating Old Testament museum. The 230-foot-long wooden boat was getting ready to sail across the Atlantic to Brazil, where it would go on display and raise money for local charities.

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5 Things No One Tells You Before You Get Married

It is Possible to Get Your Ex Back After Divorce or breakup? I get my husband back today,I am so excited share my testimony with everyone here. I am Natasha Hayes by name and i reside here in United Kingdom. I'm happily married to a lovely and caring husband ,with two kids.A very big problem occurred in my family seven months ago,between me and my husband .so terrible that he took the case to court for a divorce.he said that he never wanted to stay with me again,and that he didn't love me anymore.So he packed out of the house and made me and my children passed through severe pain. I tried all my possible means to get him back,after much begging,but all to no avail.and he confirmed it that he has made his decision,and he never wanted to see me again. So on one evening,as i was coming back from work,i met an old friend of mine who asked of my husband .So i explained every thing to him,so he told me that the only way i can get my husband back,is to visit a spell caster,because it has really worked for him too.So i never believed in spell,but i had no other choice,than to follow his advice.

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Four Reasons We Don’t Share the Gospel

So if the word of God — the good news of Jesus Christ — inherently possesses the power to increase and multiply through the work of the Holy Spirit, then why is evangelism so difficult? Why don’t we share the gospel more than we do? We need to ask if we are a fresh wind that causes the seed of the good news to spread, or instead, obstacles that keep it from moving further and faster. Unfortunately, many of us are more wall than breeze. But why?

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Premier Christian Radio presenter Cindy Kent awarded MBE - premier

Premier Christian Radio presenter Cindy Kent has been awarded an MBE for services to religious broadcasting in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.

46 BreakPoint This Week: Are Some Better Off Dead?

Joni Eareckson Tada: ‘Me Before You’ sends the wrong message: A new film portrays assisted suicide for the seriously disabled as selfless, heroic, and even romantic. But Joni Eareckson Tada, who’s spent almost four decades advocating on behalf of the disabled, disagrees. Having spent most of her life a quadriplegic, she knows the challenges intimately. But she says Hollywood’s message that the disabled are better off dead is profoundly mistaken, and destructive to individuals and society. Listen to her full interview, then check out her full remarks on the movie at Joni and Friends.

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If you want to question the morality of the Bible, what basis does that morality have? There can be a serious contradiction within atheist criticisms. Dawkins wrote: "In a universe of electrons and selfish genes, blind physical forces and genetic replication, some people are going to get hurt, other people are going to get lucky, and you won't find any rhyme or reason in it, nor any justice. The universe that we observe has precisely the properties we should expect if there is, at bottom, no design, no purpose, no evil, no good, nothing but pitiless indifference."

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Did the city of Nazareth exist at the time of the birth of Jesus?

There are numerous compelling pieces of archaeological evidence that in fact Nazareth did exist in Jesus’ day, and that like other villages and towns in that part of Galilee, it was built on the hillside, near where the later rock-cut kokh tombs were built.  For one thing, archaeologists have excavated a farm connected with the village, and it dates to the time of Jesus.  Salm disputes the finding of the archaeologists who did the excavation (it needs to be remembered, he himself is not an archaeologist but is simply basing his views on what the real archaeologists – all of whom disagree with him — have to say).  For one thing, when archaeologist Yardena Alexandre indicated that 165 coins were found in this excavation, she specified in the report that some of them were late, from the fourteenth or fifteenth centuries.  This suits Salm’s purposes just fine.  But as it turns out, there were among the coins some that date to the Hellenistic, Hasmonean, and early Roman period, that is, the days of Jesus.  Salm objected that this was not in Alexandre’s report, but Alexandre has verbally confirmed (to me personally) that in fact it is the case: there were coins in the collection that date to the time prior to the Jewish uprising.

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51 Would Hollywood Want the Disabled Dead?
52 Renewing Your Mind | Surprised By Suffering | June 10, 2016
53 Who Created God?
54 Volunteer with Premier - premier
55 CLATV · Christian Leadership Alliance
56 Couple Follows Their Hearts; Billions Dead | The Babylon Bee
57 Think Through Christopher Hitchens’ ‘Deathbed Conversion’
58 The Briefing 06-10-16 - AlbertMohler.com
59 Abdu Murray on Faith Radio: How To Pray For Muslims During Ramadan | RZIM
60 What Is the Difference Between ‘Called’ and ‘Chosen’?
61 Wait, ’Fuller House’ Might Be the Most Popular Show on Television?
62 The way we were - Premier Christian Radio
63 There Are Good Reasons to Believe the Gospels Are True, Even if the Eyewitnesses Waited Years to Write Them
64 http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/06/jp-moreland-on-sharing-gospel.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
65 Crossway on Twitter
66 Nathan W. Bingham: Vanity in a Digital World
67 Does Carrying Signs Really Save Babies?
68 Interview With A Former Skeptic: 3 Important Lessons
69 3 Ways to Make the Most of Group Prayer
70 This Year's Summer Jam Is All About the Love of God
71 http://teacupsinthegarden.blogspot.com/2016/06/self-government-in-colonies-if-you-can.html
72 When an Atheist Finds Faith
73 ‘Finding one’s identity within God’s design’ - Sexuality - WORLD
74 http://rickwarren.org/devotional/english/what-does-it-mean-to-throw-away-your-life
75 How to Keep Your Friends When Life Happens
76 Elton John Inflates The Big Gay Marriage Lie
77 Should Christians Keep The Dietary Laws?
78 Post-Christian Christianity by R.C. Sproul | June 11, 2016
79 Excursus on Natural Theology Part 28: The Presumption of Atheism
80 80 Years Ago Today: J. Gresham Machen Was Elected Moderator of a New Presbyterian Denomination
81 Neil deGrasse Tyson on God | Reasonable Faith Video Podcast
82 When Marriage Is Miles Away
83 http://teacupsinthegarden.blogspot.com/2016/06/a-prelude-to-understanding-self.html
84 A Tale of Two Billy Graham Statues
85 First They Change the Definition, and Then They Claim the Right
86 The Stream on Twitter
87 Report: Retailers Like H&M and Walmart Still Expose Thousands of Workers to Terrible Work Conditions
88 Meet the Christian Brothers Behind the Critically Acclaimed 'Conjuring' Films
89 Taken up into Heaven: The Ascension of Christ by Various Teachers
90 ThinkChristian on Twitter
91 How God Messed Up My Happy Atheist Life