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HERE IS THE MILLION-DOLLAR QUESTION: Will you go to Heaven when you die? Here’s a quick test: Have you ever lied, stolen, or used God’s name in vain? Jesus said, “Whoever looks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” If you have done these things, God sees you as a lying, thieving, blasphemous, adulterer at heart, and the Bible warns that one day God will punish you in a terrible place called Hell. But God is not willing that any should perish. Sinners broke God’s Law and Jesus paid their fine. This means that God can legally dismiss their case: “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” Then Jesus rose from the dead, defeating death. Today, repent and trust Jesus, and God will give you eternal life as a free gift. Then read the Bible daily and obey it. God will never fail you. "I'd like to thank you for producing the million dollar tracts. Because of it, I got saved and I gave my life to Jesus Christ 8 years ago. I used to be an atheist and God brought me to my knees through your million dollar tract. I went from being an atheist to being on staff at a church, and now I evangelize regularly." Peter G. "I received a million dollar bill at my job a month ago and I thought it was a tip at first as it was left *with* the tip the customer gave me. I took it home and read it. I lost someone precious to me over two years ago. No one has ever talked to me about the afterlife or taken the time to care about me like that. We all think about death. I have never in my life understood so clearly what the ‘big deal’ with Christianity was as after having read the bill. That’s a huge deal concerning my life after death. It breaks my heart Jesus died." Lindsey

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Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels - Kindle edition by J. Warner Wallace, Lee Strobel. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @

“Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels” by J. Warner Wallace is an engaging and educational book that will help the believer in Christ to objectively examine Scripture to know what we believe and why we believe it. Not only will this help us to develop skills to share Christ eloquently with skeptics in a dying world, “Cold Case Christianity” will also strengthen your own faith as you seek out and learn truths about the foundation of the Christian faith. This book has helped to ignite a fire in me to know more about my faith and learn how to share it with others. I am more familiar with how to make a defense for the hope that I have and now prayerfully look forward to opportunities to share rather than being apprehensive about someone asking me a question I couldn’t answer. I still don’t have all the answers, but I know the Holy Spirit Who lives in me does and He will give me words to say when He presents the opportunities to share the Gospel. What this book has done is given me techniques to investigate and know my faith so well that I can appeal to the intellectual arguments the skeptics around me make.

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Objections to Apologetics: it's arguing and debating

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.

League of Extraordinary Gentle Men: Where Do Good Dads Come From?

But an extraordinary few gentle men love their God and their families with supernatural sacrifice and resolve — men like Richard A. Segal, Jr. Of course, they don’t get the final credit. Miracles don’t brag about their ability or ingenuity. They can’t explain it, other than to point to the only God who makes true gentle men. They simply and joyfully say, “By the grace of God I am what I am, and his grace toward me was not in vain. On the contrary, I worked harder than any of them, though it was not I, but the grace of God that is with me” (1 Corinthians 15:10).

The Philando Castile Verdict Was a Miscarriage of Justice

I understand the inherent danger of police work. I also understand the legal responsibilities of men and women who volunteer to put on that uniform, and the legal rights of the citizens they’ve sworn to protect and serve. I’m aware of no evidence that Yanez panicked because Castile was black. But whether he panicked because of race, simply because of the gun, or because of both, he still panicked, and he should have been held accountable. The jury’s verdict was a miscarriage of justice.

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The False Equation of Atheism and Intellectual Sophistication

To see what this attitude looks like in practice, it’s helpful to check out a new book, The Age of Atheists , by the British historian Peter Watson. The book interprets Friedrich Nietzsche’s famous 1882 declaration “God is dead” as a turning point in intellectual history: These words were a call to action for all the artists, writers, philosophers, and poets who tried to understand the world thereafter. Over the course of 626 pages, readers are taken on a whirlwind tour through the last 13 decades of European and American thought, touching on figures from Martha Graham and Piet Mondrian to William James and Jürgen Habermas. Watson’s version of Western intellectual history isn’t framed around economics or politics or the dialectics of power, which is a pretty radical move in a field filled with Marxists and Foucaultians and closeted Hegelians. Instead, he narrates history to answer one of the most basic questions of human existence: What’s out there, besides us? Is there such a thing as “God”?

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Troubled Heart, Take Refuge in God

David tells us, “his eyes see, his eyelids test the children of man” (Psalm 11:4) and “the Lord is righteous; he loves righteous deeds; the upright shall behold his face” (Psalm 11:7). But according to Romans 3:23, none of us can stand before God’s righteous gaze. So, how can God grant us to “behold his face” (Psalm 11:7)? We keep reading in Romans 3 that we are “justified by his grace as a gift, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus, whom God put forward as a propitiation by his blood, to be received by faith” (Romans 3:24–25). Our only hope in life and worship is that we have been redeemed.

US Prepares to Deport Hundreds of Iraqi Christians

“It’s entirely appropriate that an individual who is convicted of a crime face the appropriate penalty, such as a lengthy jail sentence,” said World Relief’s Tudi. “But if that has happened, there is no significant concern that the person remains a threat to others within the US. And the possibility of harm is so significant for a religious minority being deported to Iraq right now, these cases could be carefully assessed to consider if they are cases where mercy could be extended by the federal government as an exercise of discretion.”

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The Law of Identity & the Human Soul

Since every choice we make, or behavior we engage in or even consider, is based on some external stimulus, sure, I’ll go along with the statement that every reaction is based on a subsequent experience. Pavlov and his dog are all we need to see this demonstrated. Common sense is all we need to see it at work in every day animal behavior – human or otherwise. But is some stimulus a necessary condition for mental activity? I think not. Sentience has no need of stimulus. Simply to think is enough to be. To think isn’t simply to react. Machines react, but they don’t feel. We – you me, even the higher animals, “feel.” Therein lies the rub. Matter has no sentience, so machines have no sentience. Programs written on cards and discs may animate machines, but still these machines have no sentience. You must have God to give matter personality and free will. Now there’s a data “gap” only God can fill, huh. The most sophisticated robot we might build, animated by the most sophisticated program we can imagine, still cannot feel.

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What Science Says About the Age of Accountability

In one of Bloom’s first studies, researchers acted out a scene for babies using manipulated physical shapes like puppets: A yellow square helped a circle up a hill; a red triangle pushed it down. After the show, the experimenter placed both the helper square and the hinderer triangle on a tray and brought it to the babies, ages 6 and 10 months, and found that infants overwhelmingly preferred the helper. Karen Wynn and Kiley Hamlin also found that infants prefer individuals who are nice to individuals who are mean.

Love Is More Than a Choice

There is truth in saying, “love is a choice” or “love is a decision.” It is true that if you don’t feel like doing good to your neighbor, love will incline you to “choose” to do it anyway. If you feel like getting a divorce, love will incline you to “choose” to stay married and work it out.

We Aren’t Supermen, Dads, We’re Surrogates

Before superheroes became a phenomenon that appealed to all ages and demographics, they were written primarily for young boys and male teens. For many of us, Spider-Man represented the angst-ridden, smart-mouthed hero we could be in the present—all we needed was a radioactive spider bite. Batman represented the brooding, brilliant hero we could be in the future—all we needed was training and a few billion dollars. But Superman was different. He didn't represent us so much as a hero from our past, the first superhero we ever admired—our fathers.

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Father's Day 2017: Kevin Sorbo, Kathie Lee Gifford, Eric Metaxas Share Impact of Their Dads

The list of influencers featured in the book include: Actor Corbin Bernsen, Author Steve Brown, Radio personality Delilah, Television host Kathie Lee Gifford, Religion Correspondent at Fox News Lauren Green, Emmy Award winner Michael Guillen, Miss America 2008 Kirsten Haglund, Radio personality Brant Hansen, Film Director/Actor Alex Kendrick, Granddaughter of Hobby Lobby founder Lauren Green McAfee, President of Meguiar's Car Wax Barry Meguiar, Author Eric Metaxas, Former Football Coach Bill Parcells, Actress Shari Rigby, Actor Kevin Sorbo, Author and Professional Counselor Michelle Watson, and TV Producer Martha Williamson.

A Noble Four Letter Word | RZIM

There was that word: “duty.” In fact, I almost never heard him speak publicly without somehow bringing it in as a reminder to his audience. He would often quote Lord Nelson’s famous call to his countrymen before the battle of Trafalgar, “England expects every man to do his duty.” So prone was my father-in-law to quote that line that when he wrote his first book, about six hundred pages in length, I asked him with an amused expression, “Where in the book is Nelson’s line?” He looked so sheepish and dodged the question, so I opened the book and there it was: the opening line of the first chapter. I smiled and applauded that he had made my search so easy.


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Do Children Go to Heaven When They Die?

S everal years ago, I took a group of college students to the Amazon basin to share the love of Christ in some remote river communities. After a few days in one village, I left a small group of students there and continued upriver to another village. After I left, a young family in the community tragically lost a 6-month-old baby to an unknown illness and dehydration. The parents asked my students to do the funeral. These 19- and 20-year-olds were not prepared for the emotional and spiritual gravitas of the situation. They did the best they could to minister to that family. But they all felt the acute burden of answering the inevitable theological questions arising from such a difficult loss: What happens when children die? Are they saved? What do we say to comfort grieving parents?

What Do You Pray for ISIS?

In a world governed by the ancient ethic of “an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth,” it’s quite popular to repay “evil for evil” (Matthew 5:38–39; Romans 12:17). But living by the Christian ethic of “love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you” is simply otherworldly (Matthew 5:44). It demands that we be defined by heaven on earth. Living the Lord’s Prayer in the face of hostility and persecution might be the most dangerous thing we ever attempt.

11 Portraits of Charleston Survivors' Grief and Grace

One year is nothing in the face of grief. Trauma can be inflicted in an instant, but it takes a lifetime—perhaps more—to be healed. The first debt owed to the survivors of the massacre at Mother Emanuel is to recognize the grief they still carry, and will carry for years to come. More deeply, to commemorate the one-year anniversary of Charleston requires seeing the ways that it simply re-inscribed the legacy of violence against Americans of African descent, a 300-year-old trauma that has not healed and oftentimes is not even acknowledged. The shootings in the basement of Mother Emanuel happened in an instant, but they recalled and perpetuated centuries of history—as, indeed, does the church itself, founded by African Americans and burned to the ground after Denmark Vesey’s slave revolt of 1822. To truly heal this most basic laceration in our body politic will likely take centuries more.

Doesn’t the Bible Tell Christians to Put Homosexuals to Death?

Now that is the kind of book the Bible is. It was written under God’s inspiration over a period of 1,500 years or so through various periods where God dealt with his people in different ways. Not everything that the Bible designed for God’s people Israel under the judges or under the kings or that God designs for Christians under the apostles in the New Testament is the same. Putting to death adulterers, putting to death homosexuals, putting to death the sons who curse their parents, all these penalties belonged to a particular season in the history of God’s dealings with his covenant people, and those dealings have changed dramatically with the coming of God’s Son Jesus Christ into the world. That is the basic nature of the Bible and of redemptive history that we need to get across to our critics.

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Renewing Your Mind | Developing Theology | Jun 17, 2017

Protestants often times scoff at the hierarchical nature of the Roman Catholic Church, particularly the concept that a special class of saints wields greater influence over Jesus than others. Yet, before we point the finger too quickly, we should evaluate our own hearts and rid ourselves of our own proclivity to find ways to garner favor from our Lord Jesus that are not advocated in Scripture. As this lesson shows, it is not a long leap from well-meaning activity to self-promoting ritual, and history shows us that our Enemy finds no small amount of ways to prey on this human weakness.

Violent Words Have Turned to Violent Deeds: The Rise of the Radical Left | The Stream

It seems that a fair share of believers in this country are somewhat less than a huge threat to the kingdom of darkness . Nevertheless that hasn’t stopped the adversary from stirring up the hornets nest. Sure there has been a gradual discounting of Judeo-Christian values in our culture over the last so many years by those estranged from a biblical world view. However, the hostility & animosity displayed towards professing Christians by so called intelligent folk betrays it’s origins. Particularly since the advent of Trump on the presidential scene. Something must be happening in the realm of the unseen that is provoking such relatively increased discontent w/the faithful. It’s just not rational , reasonable or realistic to think these anti Christian sentiments are largely the result of the political divide that exists today. Not since the civil war has this nation been so challenged from w/in. Therein lies the problem. This polarization initiated largely from the left is not merely an idealogical one. It’s the unnatural commingling of spiritual darkness w/political, moral & ethical compromise.

About that New York Times Editorial

Was this attack evidence of how vicious American politics has become? Probably. In 2011, Jared Lee Loughner opened fire in a supermarket parking lot, grievously wounding Representative Gabby Giffords and killing six people, including a 9-year-old girl. At the time, we and others were sharply critical of the heated political rhetoric on the right. Before the shooting, Sarah Palin’s political action committee circulated a map that showed the targeted electoral districts of Ms. Giffords and 19 other Democrats under stylized cross hairs. But in that case no connection to the shooting was ever established.

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Please Make a Mess of Your Bible

I’ve examined many claims about the past; most of them were criminal. At our agency, we’ve got a room full of binders that contain the details of every homicide our department has ever worked. Our homicide vault holds the files of all our solved and unsolved murders. My dad’s old cases are in this room, along with the cases that I’ve solved over the years. Someday my son may also have some of his cases on the shelves along with those of his father and grandfather. The first step in examining an unsolved case from the past is to pull out its binder and make a copy. I copy the contents because the next thing I am about to do is going to be ugly. I’m about to make a mess of the case files and documents. I want to encourage you to do something similar when examining the contents of the most important case in history; I want you to make a mess of your Bible.

Francis Schaeffer: Everything fits

The strength of the Christian system — the acid test of it — is that everything fits under the apex of the existent, infinite-personal God, and it is the only system in the world where this is true. No other system has an apex under which everything fits.That is why I am a Christian and no longer an agnostic. In all the other systems, something 'sticks out,' something cannot be included; and it has to be mutilated or ignored. But without losing his own integrity, the Christian can see everything fitting into place beneath the Christian apex of the existence of the infinite-personal God who is there.

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