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The weekly Cold-Case Christianity Podcast is now a 30 minute video broadcast on the NRB Network. It airs Monday at 1:30pm and Saturday at 7:00pm PST.

How God Might Use Evil to Draw Us to Himself (Video) | | Cold Case Christianity

Might God use evil in the world to draw people to Himself? Why would God resort to such a tactic when other mechanisms must surely be possible?

This Weird Alarm Clock Wakes You Up With Smells

Sensorawake, a Paris-based tech company, has invented an alarm clock that gently wakes you from your sleep by engaging your senses of sight, hearing and smell. 'The Sensorwake Trio’s first minute entices

Are megachurches biblical? | Hershael York

VIDEO: Size can challenge our effectiveness, but God is more concerned with our obedience.

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Evidence Jesus is the Messiah - Peter J. Williams, PhD

Council Road Baptist Church (2013) - "All the Evidence You Need That Jesus is the Messiah". Lecture by Bible scholar Peter J. Williams.


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How Should We Define Faith?

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So when Paul said under divine inspiration 2Tim 2:24-26; he really meant mockery is OK? I did say, I have nothing against "blunt truth", I do see "blunt truth" used in the NT WITHOUT mockery. & The NT is very clear, not be quarrelsome, kind to all, patient, with gentleness.

Cold-Case Christianity for Kids - A Review

Cold-Case Christianity for Kids  can be a helpful book for jumpstarting spiritual conversations with your upper-elementary and Jr. High aged children. Even though my son has attended some of my apologetics presentations, he hadn’t asked me about the merits of inferring God’s existence from intelligent design until recently. The short mention it got in this book sparked a question in his mind which led to our first conversation on the issue.

Who Wrote the Letter of James?

If we seriously want men to marry and become fathers, let’s repeal no-fault divorce

In my conversations with men, no-fault divorce laws, and anti-male divorce courts are the main reasons given for why they do not pursue marriage and fatherhood. Men do not want to be coerced in a marriage with the threat of divorce by an unhappy wife. Men do not want to be subject to the government in so many areas of their lives if the wife does carry out the threat. They especially don’t want to be separated from their children. One my secular male friends told me that he would not marry unless the woman had evidence in her past of hating radical feminism and no-fault divorce. This was the main criteria. He actually was able to find a woman who was a men’s rights activist who hated divorce. But that was the only way he would marry.

unISLAMICIZE ME #1 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ - David Wood, Vocab Malone, Jon McCray

unISLAMICIZE ME #1 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ - David Wood, Vocab Malone, Jon McCray

The Biblical Case for Classical Apologetics (All the Objections)

Lastly, some define faith with reference to personal trust in God – “we walk by faith, not by sight” (2 Cor 5:7). Oftentimes, when life is difficult and it seems as if God is nowhere to be found, a Christian is called upon to persist in trusting God. Job exemplified this: “Though he slay me, I will hope in him” (Joh. 3:15). This is the same faith Jesus had while on the cross, when he felt forsaken by God (Mt. 27:46), and yet he still cried out in faith: “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit” (Lk. 23:46). Though he felt forsaken by God, he still put his trust in him. This highlights a key aspect of faith: it is the virtue of maintaining belief in what you know to be true, even when you don’t feel like it is. This is the primary definition highlighted by Greek dictionaries: “to consider [something] to be true and therefore worthy of one’s trust… to entrust oneself to an entity in complete confidence.”[2] Some have described faith as a leap into the dark. More accurately, faith is a leap into the light. It is a choice to continue living according to what you know to be true, even

The Kalam Cosmological Argument

How Your Faith Can Withstand Intellectual Assault

Living in a secular age means living with our faith being contested. We are surrounded by people who believe and act differently from us. Our faith feels intellectually vulnerable. We must not take for granted the faith handed down by our parents. In fact, statistics show that those who merely have a faith that is passed down to them end up losing it if they never come to accept the faith’s claims for themselves. We need to think critically about how our hearts and minds are being shaped by the world around us, not only intellectually but in what we believe is good and beautiful. This takes virtue and wisdom.

How to Deal with Annoying People

But there is a problem with that statement. Annoyance is not an attribute someone can possess; it’s a response we have. Kids aren’t annoying so much as adults get annoyed. Deep down inside, we know this, despite how we usually phrase our annoyance: “You’re so annoying,” or, “Those people are annoying me.” In truth, we ought to say, “I’m annoyed.” Annoyance is our response to circumstances we dislike.


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10 Reasons Why You Should Trust the Bible

The field of archaeology demonstrates that the Bible is historically accurate. Now, this does not mean that it is inherently “true.” It does mean that it is reliable in its historical details—which gives some pretty good credibility to what else it has to say. If we can trust that the Bible accurately records for us geographical places (Israel, Egypt, Babylon, etc.) and historical people (Herod or Pontius Pilate, for example), it’s very likely it has many other true things to say. One reason I could never trust the Book of Mormon, in contrast, is that most of the places listed in its geography are make-believe. It’s very difficult for me to trust a book that is claiming to be nonfiction when its geography is clearly fiction.

How Do We Save Truth? Interview with Author Abdu Murray

ABDU MURRAY: Thanks for the opportunity to share about the book, Sean.  The title is meant to be a double-entendre.  In and of itself, truth doesn’t need saving but it does need to be saved in the sense that we’ve lost our emphasis on it as a culture.  We’re in a “post-truth” society, which elevates personal preferences and feelings over facts and truth.  We don’t deny that truth exists, we just subordinate it to our preferences.  We think that this will lead to freedom and human dignity and flourishing.  But it won’t.  It will lead to chaos because truth no longer serves as the standard by which to judge human preferences and opinions.  That’s why we’re seeing such vilification of “them.”  Whoever disagrees with our preferences is automatically a villain, even if the truth is on their side.  We need to recover our love of the truth and its primacy if we’re to escape the chaos that so laces our cultural climate.  When we see that truth is the lens through which we should shape and express our preferences, we’ll see the truth that we are made in God’s image and that Jesus redeemed that image at the cross.

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Apologetics: Apologizing for Believing in God?

We know, both from Scripture and the high volume of secular and Christian historical documents uncovered by scholars so far, that Jesus walked this earth, performed amazing miracles, willingly hung on the cross, and talked with hundreds of witnesses after He rose from death.

Fewer Americans are celebrating Father's Day, because more kids are growing up without fathers

As a young father myself, I wanted to understand what caused the young men and women in our community to become gang members in the first place. It certainly didn’t seem to have anything to do with their race, culture or economic status, given the fact that they didn’t share any of these attributes.

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What to pray for this week: Pray we would see how God prepared us that we might know Him. Pray God would remind us how He loved us by sending His own Son. Ask God for eyes to see and hearts to give thanks. Download 21 Days of Prayer for Life!

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How to Get Men to Church. Guest Blog

More and more young people are leaving the church. Statistics show that once your children leave for college, they’re probably going to abandon their faith. Men, what are you going to do about that? Are you going to sit back and watch that happen, or are you going to fight for your children’s faith? Studying apologetics will give you the tools to inoculate your children against the false worldviews and beliefs they will certainly encounter in school and on social media.

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"sufficient or authoritative" I mean no offense but what does that actually mean? In science, where the bible is proven wrong many times, in mental illness issues the bible again proven wrong many times.? I just dont see it in any practical application being true.

Islamicize Me Mockumentary - Is it Evil or Does Scripture Allow It? part 2

A second video by pastor Mike Robinson on the 'Islamicize Me' Mockumentary produced by David Wood and Acts 17. Does the Bible allow for such mocking? Donate near the top of the page. See part One See Pastor Robinson's book 'Refuting Allah, Proving Jesus' at

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Not surprising. The Canadian Fed Gov’t, and several of the provincial Gov’ts have ruled in favor of Satan’s agenda continually over the last few years. Congrats Canada…you’ll reap what you sew. If any of you need a place to live to escape the pain to come, my doors are open.

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More Information Found in DNA: The Shape Code | Evolution News

How specific is the shape information? The “bait” sequences demonstrated a “highly specific” binding of the components needed for Polycomb function. In Figure 6 of the open-access paper, the differences between “shape qualifying” and “non-qualifying” amounts of helical twist appear slight, as if a threshold of untwist is necessary to get MTF2 to bind. Flanking regions containing CGC sequences were required to untwist the helix; “Among top-scoring motifs, we identified TGCGCAAA as the most strongly enriched motif in both vertebrate species,” they say. So here, sections of DNA control the twist but not the RNA transcripts, with methylation of the bases also implicated in the effects. These are epigenetic sources of information, not genetic (sequence-based) codes.

32 How Do I Pray Without Ceasing?

And one last thing, maybe, it would be helpful to say. I think it is important to notice that, in real life, some discipline in regular times of prayer during the day keeps this kind of “without ceasing” prayer alive. I have heard enough people say that they want to pray spontaneously. They want to be always in a spirit of prayer. They don’t need set times of prayer. That is legalistic. I think that is ridiculous. I think it is unbiblical and it think it is unrealistic if they just knew themselves, because it is disciplined, regular times of prayer that fit us for the kind of spirit that enables us to enjoy the hour-by-hour, spontaneous walk with God.

All of church’s best leaders should move away. Here’s why.

Today’s pioneer missionaries must be among our best people. They must have the best understanding of theology and biblical studies. They must have the best cultural understanding and cross-cultural communication skills. The task of a pioneer missionary is not a fall-back option for those who can’t make it in the States. It requires the best skills. It requires more skill to minister effectively cross-culturally than in your own culture: you must understand Scripture for yourself in your own setting, and then you must understand how to communicate it and apply it in a setting not your own.

The Fine-Tuning of the Universe

For more resources visit: View the Kalam Cosmological Argument animation video: View the Moral Argument animation video: View Leibniz’ Contingency Argument animation video: Reasonable Faith features the work of philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig and aims to provide in the public arena an intelligent, articulate, and uncompromising yet gracious Christian perspective on the most important issues concerning the truth of the Christian faith today, such as: -the existence of God -the meaning of life -the objectivity of truth -the foundation of moral values -the creation of the universe -intelligent design -the reliability of the Gospels -the uniqueness of Jesus -the historicity of Jesus' resurrection -the challenge of religious pluralism Read more: We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains full-length clips: http://www.

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Confession to my Readers! If you are reading or listening to one of my books & you tweet out an excerpt -- or the photo of a passage -- I find it hard NOT to retweet it. Just so you know. It is every author's dream to peek over the shoulder of his readers. My conscience is clear.

Abortion is the 'white glove' equivalent of nazi-era eugenics, says Pope Francis - Premier

Pope Francis has denounced abortion as the "white glove" equivalent of the Nazi-era eugenics programme and urged families to accept the children that God gives them.

TGCW18: Day 3 Highlights

Were you unable to come to the 2018 TGC National Women’s Conference? A free simulcast is available at thanks to our friends at The Christian Standard Bible . Videos of the completed sessions are also available on that same page, and Day 1 highlights can be found here and Day 2 highlights here . Here is some of what you missed from the third day of TGCW18. Conference Plenaries Plenary speakers expounded key passages from Deuteronomy, to help us take it in deeply and personally. Session 6: A Prophet Like Me — Kathleen Nielson Speaker bio:  Kathleen Nielson serves as senior adviser and book editor for The Gospel Coalition, after directing women’s initiatives from 2010 to 2017. An author and speaker, Kathleen has taught literature and directed women’s Bible studies. Kathleen holds a PhD from Vanderbilt University. She and her husband, Niel, make their home partly in Wheaton, Illinois, and partly in Jakarta, Indonesia, where Niel leads a network of Christian schools and universities. They have three sons, two daughters-in-law, and five granddaughters. Quotes: “Every sin is a sin against God himself.

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Some Christians think the answer to worldliness is to shop at Christian stores, go to Christian barbers, and go on Christian holidays. They then wonder why they find it hard to evangelize unbelievers.

Five Best Scientific Evidences for the God of the Bible

People we meet and audiences we address frequently ask us for brief descriptions of the best scientific evidences for God. Depending on individual backgrounds, what is best for one person will be different for someone else. However, in the more than 30-year history of Reasons to Believe, one or more of the following five have proven most effective in persuading modern-day non-theists that the God of the Bible really does exist:

Apologetics: An Alternative for the Next Generation

Nominal means in name only. Nominal Christianity then is an inauthentic faith that is only associated with Christianity in name only. Nominal Christianity is in attendance most Sunday mornings if it wakes up on time, or wasn’t out too late the night before. Nominal Christianity never deals seriously with sin, hasn’t opened the Bible in years, hasn’t shared the gospel, well, probably ever, and almost certainly would never be a part of any intimate fellowship with other believers. Its faith is privatized and kept at arms length.

42 More Than BFFs: When Friendship Goes Too Far

A friendship functioning as God intended is beautiful because it’s about making much of God, not one another. When clinging to Jesus is the goal, being openhanded with friends becomes less painful. Seeing others form new friendships doesn’t need to be scary anymore, because our security is found in Christ. A healthy friendship inflames our desires for God and promotes true dependency on God. As we find all we need in God, we are free to truly love our friends, not use them to meet our needs.

How Geographic Separation Affirms the Reliability of the New Testament | Cold Case Christianity

The geographic separation of these three early Church leaders was significant. By the end of the 1 st (and beginning of the 2 nd ) Century, Clement, Ignatius and Polycarp were leading the Church in separate regions of the Kingdom yet were united in their identification of the core letters and Gospels of the New Testament. Even at this early point in history, the New Testament books were already written and accepted as Scripture by the first disciples of the apostles. From just these three early disciples of the eyewitnesses, 20 of the 27 books of the New Testament were affirmed (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, 1 Peter and 1 John). This generation of believers likely accepted many more of the New Testament writings than they happened to mention in their own letters (no itemized canonical list survives until Irenaeus in the next generation). But, these select books, written by the eyewitnesses (and preserved by their disciples across geographic boundaries) eventually became the core of the New Testament we know today.

Design in Living Things Goes Far Beyond Machines | Evolution News

Seventeenth-century French philosopher René Descartes conceived of living things as complex machines, a concept now known as the “machine metaphor.” In 1998, Bruce Alberts (who was then president of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences) wrote that “the entire cell can be viewed as a factory that contains an elaborate network of interlocking assembly lines, each of which is composed of a set of large protein machines.” 1

45 You Kept Your Promises to Mom: Six Reasons We Love Faithful Fathers

What son is there whom his father does not discipline? If you are left without discipline, in which all have participated, then you are illegitimate children and not sons. Besides this, we have had earthly fathers who disciplined us and we respected them. Shall we not much more be subject to the Father of spirits and live? For they disciplined us for a short time as it seemed best to them, but he disciplines us for our good, that we may share his holiness. For the moment all discipline seems painful rather than pleasant, but later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it. (Hebrews 12:7–11)

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If God wrote the Bible for our benefit, why are there so many discrepancies within it? Some apparent discrepancies can be resolved, and the resolution gives us added riches. The four Gospels present...

Mentally ill mother who threw toddler from flats says God told her to 'sacrifice' him - Premier

A mother who was convinced by voices in her head to throw her 18-month-old son from the sixth floor of a block of flats to his death has been given an indefinite hospital order.

48 What Does It Mean for a Man to Lead His Family Spiritually?

What is the overall moral vision of the family? He should take initiative, asking that question and pursuing an answer with his wife at his side. What do we believe about God and the world and family and culture? All families stand for something. All families are known for something. All families are called to glorify God according to their gifts. What does that look like? And that is the man’s responsibility. Pursue that. Figure that out. A man feels responsibility to take initiatives to form and carry through that moral vision of the family and, of course, he is doing it through the constant interaction with his wife. She would not be thrilled to be left out of that formulation, but I think most Christian women are thrilled that the husband is taking the initiative and drawing her in to see to it that they have such a moral vision for the family.

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US attorney general quotes Bible to defend 2,000 families being separated at border - Premier

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has cited the Bible to defend the government separating children from their parents at the US Mexico border.

51 Tim McGrew - Apologetics - Part 5 - Alleged Contradicitions In The Gospel
52 Biologist Douglas Axe on evolution's ability to produce new functions
53 Is Jesus Safe?
54 I frankly wonder why anyone takes them seriously
55 How the Ante-Nicene Church Fathers Preserved the Eyewitness Gospel Accounts
56 The TC Apologetics Daily
57 Weekend Apologetics Hit & Misc: Faith and Reason
58 Renewing Your Mind | The Pelagian Captivity of the Church | Jun 15, 2018
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60 Practical Strategies for Sharing the Good News with Mormons – Interview with Eric Johnson
61 Paul and Jesus: Strangers Passing in the Night?
62 A Christian Response to the Trinity Western Decision - The Gospel Coalition | Canada
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64 333. How Do We Witness To Apathetic Unbelievers?
65 How a Tweet turned Eric Metaxas into my brother
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67 Seeing the Nucleus in 4-D | Evolution News
68 Once Again, the UN Raises Its Anti-Semitic Head | The Stream
69 An Open Letter to My Daddy on Father's Day | The Stream
70 Why “Egg-Shaped” Varies So Much
71 Putting America first has made the U.S. No. 1
72 The Family: Together in God’s Presence
73 3 Arguments Critics Use to Judge Christianity
74 Renewing Your Mind | Paul's Defense Before Felix | Jun 17, 2018
75 Ep. 561 - What In The Everloving Hell?
76 Journey Home—Astonishing Animal Migrations
77 Has God Given Enough Evidence for Rational Faith?
78 Why legalism destroys churches and kills Christians
79 New Jersey arts festival shooting leaves 22 injured, 1 suspect dead, officials say
80 Can Evolution Produce an Eye? Not a Chance!
81 Taste and See
82 Does Ancient Art from Pompeii Prove the Bible Supports Gay “Marriage”?
83 A Look at the Massive Changes Underway Within the SBC
84 Congregation meets in car park after fire destroys church - Premier
85 New cardinal highlights fresh threat of ‘extremist Islam’ - Premier
86 The Sons of God
87 Prayers for Colombian election as peace is at stake - Premier
88 Adam, Where Are You?
89 The Reliability of Kings and Chronicles
90 Want to Make Disciples All Summer Long? Here's How.
91 Is the Old Testament Irrelevant? Let's See What Jesus Thinks (The Gospel of Mark)
92 Ted Cruz defeats Jimmy Kimmel in game of one-on-one
93 Does the Bible support self-defense?
94 The Burden of Doubt: A Cross to Bear
95 Fathers Deserve More Than Stuff For Father’s Day. They Deserve Respect
96 This Father’s Day, Remembering Children Who Live Without Dads