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2 Archaeology and the Bible - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

It has been a popular view among many people that the Bible proves the historical events of the Bible. It is said that William F. Albright, the famous American archaeologist of the twentieth century, sought to prove the historicity of the Bible by digging in Israel with a shovel on one hand and the Bible on the other.

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10 Things You Should Know About Evangelism

We want to see people move from darkness to light. Having that aim helps us know what things to talk about and what things to lay aside. Evangelism isn’t just data transfer; we must listen to people, hear their objections, and model gentleness because we know that souls are at stake. And we know what it means to truly convert: a true Christian has put his complete faith and trust in Jesus, so much so that he has repented of a lifestyle of unbelief and sin. Understanding this guards us from false conversions, which are the assisted suicide of the church.

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The Gospel Coalition - Taking God at His Word

In chapters 3 to 6, DeYoung develops a classical way of treating Scripture in terms of its four attributes: sufficiency, clarity or perspicuity, authority, and necessity. He avoids most of the technical vocabulary and develops each chapter and attribute of Scripture by expounding a biblical text, thus achieving his aim to let Scripture speak for itself. Even though each chapter is written at a popular level, DeYoung discusses important and sometimes complicated material in understandable and practical terms. For example, in discussing the sufficiency of Scripture in chapter 3, he addresses such matters as Scripture and its relationship to tradition, its relevance to everyday life, and how what Scripture says about itself should show itself in our daily lives. Or in the chapter 4, when discussing the clarity of Scripture, he covers vital matters such as the Roman Catholic and pluralist objections, current discussions of the adequacy of language, and various epistemological challenges to an affirmation of biblical perspicuity—yet he does so in a simple yet helpful way.

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Review of Defining Inerrancy

What I’m most curious about is whether or not the authors include both the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy and the Chicago Statement on Biblical Hermeneutics as part of the traditional view. Or did they suggest that the contextualizing view is still somehow compatible with them despite what Dr. Geisler, Dr. Sproul, Dr. Packer, and Dr. Kaiser have said in the last couple years about one of the more well known attempts to interpret a biblical record as less than historical? Seems to me that the CSBI and the CSBH were the first real attempts to define inerrancy (and a hermeneutic that wouldn’t undermine inerrancy). Like it or not, the framers and signers of the CSBI and CSBH set the standard. It’s pretty much the only standard there is for now. It also seems to me that the nontraditionalists are caught in the uncomfortable position of needing to redefine inerrancy in a way that is not consistent with the ICBI statements but they’re not willing to admit that their hermeneutical methodology is at odds with some of the affirmations and denials in the CSBI and CSBH.

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The Briefing 06-02-14

1) SBC affiliated church attempt to establish “Third Way” on gay marriage no middle way

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Renewing Your Mind | The Holiness of God | June 2, 2014

To many people today, holiness is a foreign concept. For the authors of Scripture, however, holiness is one of God’s most prominent attributes. It denotes both His separation from creation as the infinitely superior One and His absolute moral purity. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson explains what it means to affirm that God is holy, and how an understanding of this truth affects how we approach the living God and live before Him in humble reverence.

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Rush Limbaugh, the Drag Queen and the Judge

Did Taibi not understand what Rush was doing? He even stated after the break, "I made a note to ask [Tina] a question 'cause she was still talking and I covered the note up with a piece of paper. It's a salient question. 'How do you react when you hear people talk about trans fats?' But I never got a chance to ask. So hopefully I will have an opportunity to ask that and clarify whether or not that's offensive. 'Cause we don't want to use it if it is."

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North Korea Sentences South Korean Missionary, Kim Jung-wook, to Life in Prison

North Korean media has reported that South Korean Baptist missionary Kim Jung-wook has been sentenced to hard labor for life on charges of spying and trying to set up underground churches.

10 Grace to You Radio

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If You Grew Up Before The Year 2,000... You Will Laugh Hysterically At This!

This is literally one of my favorite clips of ALL time. As as someone that grew up during 80s, I can sincerely appreciate EVERYTHING that Louis says.

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EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

Is Satan always the cause of sickness? If you tune into Christian television on virtually any given day you can hear faith healers screaming at satanic spirits of sicknesses ranging from asthma to arthritis. But is Satan really behind every sickness? First, while Scripture makes it clear that Satan is often the agent of sickness, […]

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Houston Mayor Forces All to Open Girls Rooms to Men

HOUSTON, Texas—Houston’s bathrooms, showers, and dressing facilities will now be open to all, regardless of gender, gender identity, gender expression, or other predilection of gender behavior. By an 11-6 vote of the Houston City Council, Mayor Annise Parker achieved this as the crowning jewel of her tenure as mayor.

14 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily, by Greg West: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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Ban lifted on Medicare coverage for sex change surgery

The Obama administration on Friday ended a 33-year ban on Medicare coverage for gender reassignment surgery — a major victory for transgender rights and a decision that is likely to put pressure on more insurers to provide coverage for such services.

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Do fathers matter? A connection that's deeper than we realize

When Jay Sullivan was 5 years old, his father had a “bipolar breakdown” and was sent to a psychiatric hospital. What Sullivan remembers from the days and years that followed are violent outbursts, putting his father to bed drunk, late-night calls when his father had nowhere to stay and bailing him out of jail.

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The Dennis Prager Show - One of America’s most respected radio talk show hosts

Last week, on my radio talk show, I received a call from Jeff, a 21-year-old in North Carolina. I have abridged it and edited it stylistically. JEFF: I wanted to respond to your question about America being feared in the world. You brought up Syria. I think it’s a little naive, and maybe that’s not even the right word, to boil down such complex international issues into just good and bad. Like to say that America, for you, represents good. And to just boil down the Syria situation into good and bad is to underestimate the complexity of the situation. Because if the United States...

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Side by Side on Sundays

Have you heard those statements before? Or maybe, like me, you’ve even said them yourself — or something like them? After all, isn’t that the purpose of our weekly corporate worship gatherings — to be fed? Sadly our preferences too often shape our perceptions of worship, and blind us to its corporate-ness. It is important, even essential, that we get from God in worship through the word, singing, and prayer. But it’s not the only thing.

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Were Christians Right About Gay Marriage All Along?

If your agenda is liberation, then the vision of same-sex marriage, in which gays become domesticated and live happily ever after, is a kind of nightmare. It is, at best, the squandering of a revolutionary potential, but at worst the growth of exactly what we were supposed to have shrunk: repression, patriarchy, convention, religion. And this is exactly why it appeals to conservatives like Ted Olsen (the former solicitor general under George W. Bush who has won several key marriage cases), pundit Andrew Sullivan (conservative at least in his early writings), and David Blankenhorn, the former intellectual leader of the traditional marriage movement who did an about-face last year. In various ways, these folks have all espoused a relatively conservative social agenda—family, white picket fence, monogamy—and supported gay marriage as a means to achieving it. 

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The Gospel Coalition - Adoption and the Deferred Hope of Infertility

The Gospel Coalition is a fellowship of evangelical churches deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures.  We yearn to work with all who, in addition to embracing our confession and theological vision for ministry, seek the lordship of Christ over  the whole of life with unabashed hope in the power of the Holy Spirit to transform individuals, communities, and cultures.

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Meriam Ibrahim Will Not be Freed, Attorneys Appeal Execution to International Court

“Meriam has spent months in a Sudanese prison and has been sentenced to death — all for refusing to recant her Christian faith. Just this week, she gave birth to her second child — a daughter — while still held in jail. Despite being married to an American citizen and the fact that her children are also eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship, Meriam’s case has received little attention from our Department of State or the U.S. Embassy in Sudan,” he told LifeNews. “That’s why H. Res. 601 also calls upon this Administration to act now on behalf of Meriam and to move quickly to grant her and her children refuge in the United States.”

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Grace to You

Many Pharisees fasted twice a week (Luke 18:12), usually on the second and fifth days of the week. They picked those days supposedly because on them Moses received the tablets of Law from God on Mount Sinai. But they also happened to be the two major Jewish market days, when cities and towns were crowded with farmers, merchants, and shoppers, where public fasting would have the largest audiences.

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A Reminder to Keep an Eye on Your Passport

We don't know much about this story, but what we do know serves as warning: When you're traveling, keep an eye on your passport . Also keep an eye on your 4-year-old. And definitely keep an eye on your 4-year-old when he has your passport. Otherwise, you may find yourself in the same dilemma a Chinese man and his son are facing in South Korea. The traveler's son got ahold of his passport, and now they're both basically stuck in Seoul until a new passport arrives. So, just some basic advice for anyone traveling abroad: keep your children close, and your passport closer ...

24 The Pastors.com Daily

The Pastors.com Daily, by Pastors.com: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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The Gospel Coalition - God Counts: Numbers in the Bible

So mommy collected numbers 1 through 12 in the Bible and looked at their patterns and characteristics, just like you enjoy examining the shapes and sizes of each number. Some numbers show ideas that are not usually found in our other picture books, like the Trinity, how we have all disobeyed God, how sometimes sad things happen, how God’s children look like him, and how God will someday take us to his home.

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Only a court can release Sudanese Christian woman on death row

Ibrahim was condemned to die by hanging after she declined to profess she is a Muslim, the religion of her father. Sharia law considers her a Muslim and does not recognize her marriage to a Christian. She is unlikely to change her mind despite giving birth in prison, says her husband Daniel Wani, who also is a Christian.

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Only a court can release Sudanese Christian woman on death row

Ibrahim was condemned to die by hanging after she declined to profess she is a Muslim, the religion of her father. Sharia law considers her a Muslim and does not recognize her marriage to a Christian. She is unlikely to change her mind despite giving birth in prison, says her husband Daniel Wani, who also is a Christian.

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Permanence before experience — the wisdom of marriage

Reacting to the research findings, Professor Kelly A. Musick of Cornell University asserted, “The figures suggest to me that cohabitation is still a pathway to marriage for many college graduates, while it may be an end in itself for many less educated women.” The study report affirmed her assessment: “Cohabitation is increasingly becoming the first co-residential union formed among young adults. ... As a result of the growing prevalence of cohabitation, the number of children born to unmarried cohabiting parents has also increased.”

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Running with Jonah

“Not heard the call,” I think you should say. Put your ear down to the Bible, and hear him bid you go and pull sinners out of the fire of sin. Put your ear down to the burden, agonized heart of humanity, and listen to its pitiful wail for help. Go stand by the gates of hell, and hear the damned entreat you to go to their father’s house and bid their brothers and sisters and servants and masters not to come there. Then look Christ in the face — whose mercy you have professed to obey — and tell him whether you will join heart and soul and body and circumstances in the march to publish his mercy to the world.

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The Constructive Curmudgeon

He desires to make the truth and pertinence of Christianity known to the Church and the world through careful and sound reasoning. To that end, he often speaks on university campuses and in other public venues.

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Ore. district OKs giving condoms to sixth-graders

Ore. district OKs giving condoms to sixth-graders SALEM, Ore. -- A school district in a small Oregon town is making condoms available to students as young as the sixth grade, the district's superintendent says. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/05/29/district-oks-giving-condoms-to-sixth-graders/9741371/

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Code Busting: Genomes Where a "Stop" Sign Means "Go"

How did the scientists spot this phenomenon? According to the  Science Daily article describing this work , they found a genome where, if the canonical three stop codons were used, many reading frames were about 200 nucleotides long. These very short reading frames would make proteins only 60 to 70 amino acids in length, which is much shorter than the norm. They also noticed that many short reading frames terminated with the same stop codon UGA. If they reassigned UGA to glycine, however, all the genes became normal in length. Now that they knew such a thing might happen, they looked for other examples in the wide wonderful world of genomic samples and they found many other cases where it appeared organisms had non-canonical genetic codes.

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Poll: Strong Majority Now Believe Gays Should Be Allowed to Adopt Kids

A strong majority, 63 percent, of Americans now say that same-sex couples should have a legal right to adopt a child, according to a new Gallup poll. About one in three, 35 percent, are opposed.

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Crossover Baltimore 2014

In conjunction with Crossover, students will have the opportunity to take Theology and Practice of Evangelism (32100B). Thursday-Saturday, students will engage an in-depth study of the theology and practice of evangelism designed to equip them to understand the cultural context in which they minister, to share the gospel effectively in that context, to respond appropriately to the issues raised as they share the gospel, and to train others in a variety of skills related to the Great Commission mandate.

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Why Should You Care About Katy Perry's Approach to Religion? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

“My upbringing was so strict and sheltered and rigid, and now it’s a lot more loose. I believe in God [but] not as an older guy with a long beard sitting on a shiny throne, or heaven or hell as a destination. I believe you can have your own hell on earth from the actions you do. If you don’t have that accountability, then why don’t you just do everything selfishly or be a menace to society? I have a lot of spiritual, New Agey stuff that I’ve applied to my life now” ( EW , 11/8/13 issue, p. 30).

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The Gospel Coalition - Who’s Afraid of Relativism?

James K. A. Smith’s latest book continues his longstanding project of sympathetic Christian engagement with postmodernist philosophy. On this occasion Smith, professor of philosophy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, seeks to play the role of defense attorney for “relativism”; more precisely, the philosophy of pragmatism as propounded by the controversial American philosopher Richard Rorty. His central thesis is repeated in different forms throughout the book: pragmatism is a philosophy centered on the recognition of our dependence, finitude, and contingency; thus Christians, who acknowledge the dependence, finitude, and contingency of the creation, should be sympathetic rather than hostile toward pragmatism. But embracing pragmatism also means repenting of representationalist realism: the idea that truth consists in a correspondence or match between the “inside” world of our thoughts and the “outside” world of objects existing independently of our thoughts.

37 Churches need to equip not entertain - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Knowing that there is an onslaught of error and lies bombarding our young people every day, it becomes ever more important to clearly proclaim and teach the truth. Churches need to equip members not entertain them. If your students who have grown up in church know more about how to play underground church or “Gun, Man, Gorilla” than they do about Christ or how to answer objections to Christianity, then you have a problem. —

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Who you calling hostile?! Tempering our faith-science debates

Consider Galileo and his 17 th -century claim that the earth revolves around the sun. The church rejected his work due to their commitment to Aristotelian geocentricism and their interpretation of certain Biblical texts . In fairness, Galileo was in the minority among the scientific community, which largely maintained the Aristotelian model. Yet even to this day, people still perceive the church as a manipulative power looking to restrain science and ignore facts due to their judgment and persecution of Galileo. History has judged the church not for getting the science wrong, but for being cruel. Had the church merely disagreed with Galileo and not acted hostilely toward him, it is unlikely their error would be remembered in the same way.

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12 Reasons to be Optimistic about the Future of Local Congregations

I’m pastoring a 5 year old church plant – my family and I will be moving to Honduras sometime in 2015, and our church is considering merging with another local church plant instead of hiring a new pastor, etc…there are many reasons we are considering this, but the most important is the mission/kingdom aspect of it. The 2 churches do things well that the other church doesn’t and the complementary aspect is very appealing. We are taking the summer to pray and seek God’s hand, but excited about the prospect of putting our money where our mouth is, theologically speaking, as we look to increase the kingdom potential rather than seek individual church potential.

40 Falsifying The Flying Spaghetti Monster - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

There is a fundamental distinction between the way that Christian apologists approach proving a negative, and the way that atheists approach proving a negative. The distinction is that Christian apologists give good reasons to accept that something doesn’t exist or isn’t true, whereas atheist apologists will commit a fallacy known as an argument from ignorance. The atheist will say “If you can’t prove to my satisfaction that God exists, then I am justified in not believing.” It is an argument from ignorance to say that “X” does not exist because it hasn’t been proven to my satisfaction. However, Christian apologists will say, “We have good reasons to not accept your claim.” and then will proceed to give those reasons.

41 The Resurrection of Jesus: Investigation and Apologetic Approach - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

“… God is now declaring to men that all people everywhere should repent, because He has fixed a day in which He will judge the world in righteousness through a Man whom He has appointed, having furnished proof to all men by raising Him from the dead.” Now when they heard of the resurrection of the dead, some began to sneer, but others said, “We shall hear you again concerning this.” (Acts 17:30–32 NASB)

42 Look Around You: Exploring how Atheism and Christianity account for what really matters - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Today I want us to think about the things that really matter in life: love, hope, beauty, purpose. No matter who you are or what you believe, these are the things that count. Nobody lies on their deathbed and thinks, I wish I’d understood cosmology better or had a firmer grasp of Schroedinger’s Cat. What matters is this: was I loved? Did I experience beauty? Did I have hope? At the end, did my life contain some purpose – was it worth something? There are 2 major worldviews in the West – Atheism and Christianity – so let’s see how those 2 worldviews make sense of the above.

43 From C.S. Lewis, Four Arguments Friendly to a Universe by Design - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Lewis eventually recognized that the argument from undesign suffered from a critical flaw: If the material universe is all there is, and if human beings are simply the products of that universe, then on what basis can they criticize the universe for being so bad? 4 By judging the universe in this way, human beings are presupposing the existence of a moral standard outside of material nature that can judge nature. But where did this moral standard come from? The existence in every culture of a standard by which the current operations of nature are judged implies the existence of a transcendent moral cause outside of nature. Again, this transcendent moral cause is not necessarily personal, but a transcendent personal God is one of the alternatives that can now be considered.

44 John Lennox: The more I understand science the more I believe in God - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

For me, as a Christian believer, the beauty of the scientific laws reinforces my faith in an intelligent, divine Creator. The more I understand science the more I believe in God, because of my wonder at the breadth, sophistication, and integrity of his creation.

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Christian Comparison Isn't Pretty

Comparison is powerful. We know this. But it's powerful in a slow and quiet way. As one woman raises the bar a little higher—the always manicured nails, the Pinterest-worthy home, the angelic children on Instagram—another woman follows suit, and then another. The moment you step into that line, another woman is sure to follow you. This is how a culture is created. We struggle to resist the pressure, to consciously and willfully say, "No, I will not participate in creating an even higher, less attainable standard for women." So the pressure grows.

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Maintaining Unity when doctrine can be divisive: 5 mistakes pastors make

Mistake 5 : A failure to love. A pastor must never forget that God sent him to love the people, not merely to imbue them with biblical facts. When a congregation hears a pastor’s love for them, they will accept his teaching much more readily. Loving pastors will still face occasional opposition, but it will usually be much less angry in its tone and also less able to stir up others. Jesus said that the greatest mark of our discipleship is that we love each other. No pastor can make disciples of his people if he lacks the most significant element of discipleship himself.

47 The TC Apologetics Daily

The TC Apologetics Daily, by TC Apologetics: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

48 Why We Should Expect Witnesses to Disagree - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

Reliable Eyewitnesses Raise Questions As a young, inexperienced investigator, I used to think that an eyewitness would answer all my questions about an event. I wish this were true, but the reality is that for every question an eyewitness answers about what occurred at a crime scene, a new question is often raised. There are times when eyewitnesses even raise more questions than they have answered. I’ve worked a number of cold-case homicides in which an eyewitness account was captured decades ago, at the time of the original investigation. After reading the testimony, I was left with a few troubling questions. How could the crime have occurred like the witness described it? How could the suspect have done what the witness said? There are times when an eyewitness just doesn’t seem to make a whole lot of sense. But after paging through the case file to the next eyewitness statement, the questions raised by the first eyewitness are sometimes answered by the second observer of the event. I call this “unintentional eyewitness support”; times when an eyewitness raises questions that are then unintentionally answered by a second observer.

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Sometimes the truth is easy to find, but that doesn't mean we'll believe it - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

The ability for a human being to not believe the truth about something can be breathtaking. Atheists and skeptics of Christianity consistently say that the reason they don't believe in God is because there is no evidence for Him. If they could just find the truth — good evidence for God and for the historicity of Jesus — atheists say that would make all the difference in the world, and they'd immediately believe.

50 Was Jesus resurrected from the dead? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network

In today’s culture, people are determined to draw the conclusion that the resurrection is a mythical, fictional or an irrelevant event in history. “How can anyone come back to life having been dead for three days”, we might say, “it’s completely unheard of and scientifically unworkable”. And for that very reason we automatically decide, that Jesus could not have been resurrected from the dead either. This ‘logical’ philosophy was most forcefully stated by the respected 18th century Scottish philosopher, David Hume, who put it this way: “A miracle is a violation of the laws of nature; and as a firm and unalterable experience has established these laws, the proof against a miracle, from the very nature of the fact, is as entire as any argument from experience can possibly be imagined.” In an essay (Section X) in his book Enquiries Concerning Human Understanding, Hume argued that our concrete ‘background evidence’ of the laws of nature, should in all circumstances override the ‘foreground claims’ of supernatural and scientifically impossible so called ‘miracles’. Immediately, this idea sounds very reasonable.

51 Bridging the Gap in Communicating about Morals - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
52 Abraham and Isaac - Why, God? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
53 Is "Faith" Worth Believing? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
54 74-Y-O Man Who Wanted to Be a Girl Since 11, Says He Will Get Sex Change to Match Female Persona Now That Medicare Covers Surgery
55 Southern Baptists’ Millennial Problem
56 Does Life Have Meaning Apart from God? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
57 A Love Story In Pictures You Won't Easily Forget - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
58 Quantum Vacuum and the Cheshire Cat - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
59 Morality and the Old Testament Law: Seven Quick Points - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
60 The Moral Argument for God's Existence: 12 Quick Thoughts - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
61 Economics for Everybody
62 From Reliable to Divine: Fulfilled Prophecy in the Old Testament - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
63 What Is Christian Faith? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
64 Beating Bulverism
65 Next Up: 8 Shifts Great Young Leaders Make
66 The difficulty of finding the truth - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
67 Interview With Barnabas Piper on 'The Pastor's Kid'!
68 God's Not Dead: No Need for Evolution: God’s Fingerprints are Everywhere
69 Did the Apostles Really Die as Martyrs for their Faith? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
70 Thor, Elvis and Atheists - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
71 In South Carolina, a Need for Some Clarity on Intelligent Design
72 Competing for attention in the marketplace of ideas - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
73 When Being a Christian Is Like Being a Californian - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
74 Alive (In-Studio)
75 Pastor Mark Batterson Talks Power of a Single Prayer During Christian Conference for Hispanic Pastors
76 Recovering Drug Addict Finds $125,000 in Bag on Street, Returns It: 'God's the Reason I'm Here' (VIDEO)
77 Getting Started with Apologetics: How to Learn to Defend Your Faith - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
78 Ask Pastor Matt: Can a Good God and Natural Evil Co-Exist? - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
79 She Spent Her Life Teaching Girls to Sew and Learn God's Word - See Her Beautiful Story (VIDEO)
80 PCUSA Decline in Churches, Members Continued in 2013
81 The Coherence of Theism | Reasonable Faith
82 Joel Osteen Signs on to World's Largest Radio Broadcaster for 'Interactive and Inspiring' New Program
83 The Gospel Coalition - Be Strong and Courageous—Literally
84 President Obama Proclaims June LGBT Month; Celebrates Extending Immigration, Family Benefits to Gay Couples
85 How Lewis Lit the Way to Better Apologetics - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
86 Troubled Waters | Web Exclusives | Daily Writings From Our Top Writers | First Things
87 On Chicago’s Muddy Waters - Risen Jesus, Inc.
88 What is Truth?
89 Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's Former Pastor Says Freed US Soldier Has 'Mental and Physical Toughness' to Persevere
90 The Gospel Coalition - Women, Work, and Faith: Five Common Themes
91 Faith Has Its Reasons - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
92 On Human "Tails," Theistic Evolutionist Karl Giberson Has Another Go at Us; It's Enough Now
93 Man Climbs Christ the Redeemer Statue - See the Jaw-Dropping Selfie and Video (VIDEO)
94 Come Let Us Reason Together: Why We Need to Practice Apologetics - The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network
95 Method or Madness? A reflection on Jesus, the Titanic, and Parallelomania