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Debate Video: "Who is God?" featuring Dr. James White and Bro. Joe Ventlacion

In this video,  Dr. James White of Alpha & Omega Ministries debates Bro. Joe Ventilacion of Iglesia ni Cristo , moderated by Dale Bart...

2-Minute Clip: Foster Care or Adoption?

Foster care can provide a significant opportunity to minister God’s grace to a child and her biological parents.

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According to Apologia Church, this Mormon Tract (which you can download here for free !) "has aided in bringing people to Christ from ...

4-Minute Clip: We Are Not All Missionaries

The only way we’ll complete the Great Commission is if some of us accept God’s call to take the gospel to the unengaged and unreached peoples of our world.

Reasons To Believe : Protein-Binding Sites ENCODEd into the Design of the Human Genome

Most DNA-binding proteins recognize and bind to short stretches of DNA (4 to 10 base pairs in length) composed of highly specific nucleotide sequences. But given the massive size of the human genome (3.2 billion genetic letters), nonfunctional binding sites will randomly occur throughout the genome, for statistical reasons alone. To illustrate, many DNA-binding proteins target roughly between 1 and 100 sites in the genome. Yet, the genome potentially harbors between 1 million and 1 billion binding sites. The hundreds of sites that are slight variants of the target sequence will have a strong affinity to the DNA-binding proteins, with thousands more having weaker affinities. Hence, the ENCODE critics maintain that much of the protein binding measured by the ENCODE team was random and nonfunctional. To put it differently, much of the protein binding measured in the ENCODE assays is merely a consequence of random biochemical activity.

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Adventure Is Good. But Planting Roots Is Essential

Perhaps it is celebrating the culture of the new place in which you find yourself. Try hot chicken when you move to Nashville. Watch the rowers gracefully glide past you on the Thames. Bang pots and pans at a Zambian bride’s kitchen party. Practice radical hospitality: Host neighbors for a meal, welcome new friends into your home and pray for your city. You may be surprised at what the Lord can and will do.

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5 Iconic Movie Lines That Don’t Work in Real Relationships

This sums up marriage pretty well. To paraphrase: “I love you and I choose you. We’re going to face some challenges in our future, but I’m so committed to you that I’m willing to sacrificially work through the difficulties to build something great with you.”

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Jesus Isn’t Looking for ‘Good’ People

Jesus said, “I have not come for the righteous, but for sinners.” None of us is naturally good or righteous (Mark 2:17, 10:18). Jesus rebuked the Pharisees for being hypocrites who saw themselves as sinless kings while they viewed everyone else as sinful, worthless peasants. They rejected Christ’s gifts and miracles because they felt they didn’t need them, but it was the outcasts and the needy who were humble and willing to receive His grace. Jesus even said:

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“We grieve for those who were caught up in this latest attack, who’ve been injured or lost a loved one, and we pray for peace and reconciliation, and for good news and hope to spread across London. As we are shaken as a nation and a city, we pray that we would be shaken to our knees and call out to the Lord for our city.”

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Why We Argue Best with Our Mouths Shut

If we have any hope for healing the divisions in our society, families, churches, and communities, it will serve us well to learn how to have better conversations. And mounting scientific evidence suggests that the secret may lie in the charge put forth by James: to make every effort to be quick to listen and slow to speak (1:19).

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Coming Soon: The Revised Apologetics Study Bible for Students

The student apologetics Bible first released in 2010 and has sold over 160,000 copies. To be honest, this has blown away my expectations. This shows the hunger for both relevant and practical resources that tackle the real questions students are asking. On July 1 we are releasing an updated, expanded, and improved version . Here are a few ways the update will be different from the first version:

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The Origin of Life, Self-Organization, and Information | Evolution News

A simple analogy will demonstrate why machinery and information were essential. Scientists often claim that any ancient energy source could have provided the needed free energy to generate life. However, this claim is like a couple returning home from a long vacation to find that their children left their house in complete disarray, with clothes on the floor, unwashed dishes in the sink, and papers scattered across all of the desks. The couple recently heard an origin-of-life researcher claim that order could be produced for free from any generic source of energy. Based on this idea, they pour gasoline on their furniture and then set it on fire. They assume that the energy released from the fire will organize their house. However, they soon realize that unprocessed energy creates an even greater mess.

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‘Bloodline’ Is the Kind of Messianic Show We Need

There’s a way of reading the Old Testament as tragic literature, something like Shakespeare’s tragedies. That can be difficult for Christians this side of the canon, but think about it: Starting in the third chapter of Genesis, humanity sets out on a centurieslong search for the man who could reverse the curse of sin and return the world to its garden state. If you’re turning the last pages of Malachi any time before Jesus actually arrives (or before you know who he really is), you’ll read the story of a people stuck in longing. Sure, hope-filled passages like Genesis 3:15, Isaiah 53, Psalm 1-2 remain, but without the context of what—or who—happens next, we’re not talking about hope in the same way we experience it.

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Evangelicals Tell Trump: Don’t Deport Christians to Face Genocide in Iraq

For most of the past decade, deportation to Iraq was never a possibility because the Iraqi government refused to grant papers to repatriate deportees from the US. That changed when, as part of a deal to be removed from President Donald Trump’s seven-country travel ban, Iraq agreed to once again begin accepting deportees—something the war-ridden nation hadn’t done since 2010.

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Zakir Naik Calls Muhammad a Spiritually Blind Moron!

Support our videos on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3615911 Is Muhammad mentioned in the Bible? Muslim apologist Dr. Zakir Naik claims that Isaiah 29:12 is a prophecy about Muhammad. However, Isaiah 29:12 is about spiritually blind people who rebel against God and make excuses for rejecting his revelations. The passage goes on to say that God will punish these spiritually blind people by taking away their wisdom and intelligence. Hence, if Isaiah 29:12 is about Muhammad (as Zakir Naik claims), then Muhammad was a spiritually blind moron! Once again, Dr. Naik proves the opposite of what he intends to prove.

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Apologetics Interview with Mike Felker by Brian Auten of Apologetics315

I recently listened to this excellent interview by Brian Auten of Apologetics315 with apologist Mike Felker. Auten explains that Felker "has an emphasis on interacting with Jehovah's Witnesses. He talks about his background, the overall belief system of JWs, The Watchtower Society , their various teachings regarding salvation, the afterlife, Jesus, the trinity, etc. He also discusses strategies for interaction including what to focus on and what to avoid." Interestingly, Felker studied with various Jehovah's Witnesses for a two year period.  He offers first-hand accounts of what they believe, how they live and how to reach them effectively.  This interview was personally beneficial and Mike's work has been helpful to me numerous times in the past. You can listen to this interview here . Learn more about Mike and his work here . Finally, if you haven't already, checkout Apologetics315's archived interviews with various apologists, philosophers and theologians here . Courage and Godspeed, Chad Related Posts Free E-book-

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5 Principles for University Evangelism

A different kind of event was one Michael did every semester with Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) City Campus Ministry. It was called “Stump the Chump.” Christian students invited skeptical friends to come and try to “stump” the campus minister (Michael). They were to ask him any question or pose any objection to Christianity and have him try to answer it. Then the entire room would vote on whether they believed he had been stumped or had answered pretty well. (You could vote “answered well” even if you didn’t agree with the answer.) Sometimes prizes were given to a student who the room thought had stumped Michael. He put himself on the hot seat like this at least once a semester. It was disarming both by being lighthearted and also by making the Christian speaker somewhat vulnerable. It made dialogue and discussion of spiritual issues much less threatening. Yet it was also a way for Michael to present the claims of Christ clearly to many non-believing students.

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How Jesus Responded to Doubt | Cold Case Christianity

Jesus said that “among those born of women there has not arisen anyone greater than John the Baptist” (Matthew 11:11). John was a godly man raised in a godly home. His parents served God and his mother, Elizabeth, knew that Jesus was “Lord” while He was still in His mother Mary’s womb (Luke 1:39-45). Surely John grew up with this information, and Jesus’ status as Messiah was confirmed to him when he saw God’s Spirit descend on Jesus at the point of His baptism (Luke 3:22). If anyone should have been sure of Jesus’ identity, it was John the Baptist. But the New Testament reveals a moment of dramatic doubt in John’s life. Even after hearing from the disciples about all that Jesus had done and the reaction that Jesus was receiving from those who witnessed His miracles, John sent two of his own disciples to as Jesus a question that revealed his doubt: “Are You the Expected One, or do we look for someone else?” (Luke 7:19). Jesus’ response was important and revealing. “At that very time” Jesus cured many people in the presence of John’s disciples then said, “Go and report to John what you have seen and heard: the blind receive sight, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised up, the poor have the gospel preached to them.

28 How to Deal with Anxiety by R.C. Sproul | June 22, 2017

What is it that causes you the most anxiety and unrest? Many people have phobias that can be diagnosed and dealt with. Others simply do not know what specifically causes them anxiety, only that they have anxieties in nearly all aspects of their lives. But how can we rid ourselves of this oftentimes crippling weakness? In this message, Dr. Sproul gives us insight to the different types and causes of anxiety, and how to deal with it.

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Should Churches Keep Their Civil War Landmarks?

The goal of removal efforts is not to erase history, but to recontextualize it. The Confederacy with its vicious legacy of white supremacy should not be honored but lamented. … This debate extends beyond questions of who we were to who we want to be. Commemorating the past elevates it as an example to emulate in the future. David continues to be held in high esteem within the Judeo-Christian tradition because even when he failed, his heart was bent toward what was right. The Confederacy is not an honorable example of imperfect people trying to do the right thing, but a tragic warning of what happens when we pursue our interests at the expense of others’ humanity.

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Unbelievable? Interview with Justin Brierley about His New Book

Justin Brierley is the host of " Unbelievable? " the UK-based apologetics radio/podcast show (which is one of my personal favorites!). I have had the privilege of being on the program twice to discuss the martyrdom of the apostles and talk about why I am a Christian with Ryan Bell , the pastor-turned-atheist.

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It's time to get in the game

In case you haven’t been paying attention, young American believers are at a critical crossroad. Every study reveals the same disturbing attrition rate, and when questioned, young ex-Christians (and ex-theists) typically point to intellectual skepticism as a key contributor. If you’re a Christian parent, ask yourself a question: If your child came to you with serious scientific or philosophical doubts related to theism or Christianity, would you be ready (and able) to answer their objections or address their concerns? It’s time to get in the game and accept our parental responsibility in this important area.

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Noah: An Example of Faith

The people that the writer of Hebrews is addressing were under great pressure to give up on Christ and go back to their traditional Jewish belief. But here the writer says to consider Noah, to look at what his faith brought him. Think of what it took for Noah to be righteous in his generation. He constructed an Ark for the saving of his household, and for years he endured a world consumed with wickedness, which required complete faith in God’s faithfulness because he knew God was going to destroy the world. Therefore,

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Does God Balance Blessings with Hardships?

God is good and only does what is good (Psalm 25:8; 119:68). That is because he is holy, righteous, and just (Exodus 15:11). We can trust that whatever he gives us is not a random balancing of the scales, or a rash response to something we’ve done. He is not an impersonal God who merely works to even out the blessings in our life. Rather, he is the God who gave up every blessing in heaven to take on human flesh and live in this fallen world so that he could endure the worst suffering on our behalf. And by his blood shed for us, he gives us the greatest blessing of all: eternity with him.

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The Christian Apologist's Moral Compass

Apologetics is now hot stuff to more folks. For this, we should be deeply thankful, since the one, true gospel is being defended publicly as true and reasonable in churches, the public square, and on the Internet. 1 But with popularity comes the danger of zeal getting ahead of knowledge and character. Christian defenders need to know the arguments of apologetics, but they must also find their moral bearings to bear the truth nobly. After thirty-five years of studying, teaching, and writing about apologetics as a philosopher, I discern the need for some explicit instruction, especially since I know of no other treatment of the subject.

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What Is a Worldview?

Abortion. Euthanasia. Pornography. Same-sex marriage. Transgender rights. Embryonic research. Genetic enhancement. Christians surveying the cultural landscape in the West have a clear sense that things are headed in a destructive direction. While most believers can easily identify the symptoms of decline, few feel competent to diagnose and address the root causes. There are many complex factors behind these developments, but one invaluable tool for better understanding and engaging with our culture is the concept of worldview. The sociological quakes and moral fissures we observe in our day are largely due to what we might call “cultural plate tectonics”: shifts in underlying worldviews and the collisions between them.

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Evangelical leaders push for criminal justice reform

WASHINGTON (RNS) Evangelical Christian leaders are spearheading a campaign for criminal justice reform, calling for equitable punishment, alternatives to incarceration and a different take on the “tough on crime” language of the Trump administration.

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Four Ways to Witness to Atheists

While we shouldn’t be arrogant or belligerent, it isn’t loving to concede rational superiority to atheism — because it isn’t true. The atheist position is intellectually vacuous. Atheism is not an intellectual problem, but a heart problem. But Jesus and the apostles showed that the path to the heart usually passes through the head.

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Evangelism, Iranian Style

The under-20 generation has the greatest potential to transform Iran. Most Iranian youth are secular in thinking, and the spirit of Islam has no control over them. They’re not afraid of Allah, the government, or death. They’re not interested in religion until they are presented with Christ, in whom they find salvation and purpose. Because of the killings after the 2009 election results, they are against public protest or violent uprising, but they’re open to the message that we share on satellite TV: Transform Iran without violence by first being transformed yourself, and then become an agent of transformation.

41 Renewing Your Mind | Dying in Faith | Jun 21, 2017

There really are only two ways of dying. Today, R.C. Sproul explains what it means to die in faith.

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Jesus Said He’d Return Soon, So Where Is He?

Jesus said his return was soon. So where is he? And why has the church had to wait for so long? It’s the question from a listener named Ron. “Pastor John, I’m writing from Switzerland and have been greatly blessed by your ministry. I have a question with regards to the New Testament belief that Jesus would come very soon. As I was studying with our children the need to evaluate prophets by biblical criteria the following thought hit me: The Bible says in Deuteronomy 18 that a prophet whose predictions don’t come true is not sent by God and that he should not be feared. However, in the New Testament we find repeated evidence of people whom we would call inspired who evidently believed — and sometimes claimed — that Jesus would come back soon, even during the writer’s own lifetime. Examples would be 1 Peter 4:7; Matthew 24:34; 26:64; 1 Corinthians 10:11; 1 Thessalonians 4:15–17; and 1 Corinthians 15:51. How can we still consider them authoritative while discarding modern-day messengers whose prophecies don’t materialize? I am a bit uneasy that at some stage our kids will tell us that Paul was wrong about 1 Corinthians 15:51 and so he’s not to be taken seriously.

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How Can Christ Be the Only Way to God? | Reasonable Faith

Now it would, indeed, be fantastically improbable that by happenstance alone it just turns out that all those who never hear the Gospel and are lost are persons who would not have believed the Gospel even if they had heard it. But that is not the hypothesis. The hypothesis is that a provident God has so arranged the world. Given a God endowed with knowledge of how every person would freely respond to His grace in whatever circumstances God might place him, it is not at all implausible that God has ordered the world in the way described. Such a world would not look outwardly any different from a world in which the circumstances of a person's birth are a matter of happenstance. The particularist can agree that people generally adopt the religion of their culture and that if many of those born into non-Christian cultures had been born in a Christian society instead, they would have become nominally or culturally Christian. But that is not to say that they would have been saved. It’s a simple empirical fact that there are no distinguishing psychological or sociological traits between persons who become Christians and persons who do not.

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Deporting Iraqi Christians called 'death sentence'

Copyright (c) 2017 Baptist Press. Reprinted from Baptist Press (www.baptistpress.com), news service of the Southern Baptist Convention. The original story can be found at http://www.bpnews.net/49087/deporting-iraqi-christians-called-death-sentence Deporting Iraqi Christians called 'death sentence' by Tom Strode, posted Tuesday, June 20, 2017 (22 hours ago) Tags: ERLCimmigration Tweet WASHINGTON (BP) -- Southern Baptist religious freedom advocate Russell Moore has joined other evangelical leaders in urging the Trump administration to stop its deportation of Christians to Iraq. Image: iStock/License purchase required Image: iStock/License purchase required Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), and six others asked John Kelly, secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, in a letter Monday (June 19) to end the deportations until Iraq's government can protect religious minorities.

48 The Briefing 06-21-17 - AlbertMohler.com

With the arrival of warm weather, most of us are able to turn to a stack of books that had to wait for summer. The following is my list of ten recommended books for summer reading. This list must be seen for what it is — a recommendation of ten books I am eager to recommend — books that I found thought-provoking and fun.

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5 Things You Can Do to Love Your Refugee Neighbor

One of the most powerful ways for us to love immigrants is to share our own immigrant story; a story the overwhelming majority of us have to tell. The Tenement Museum in New York City is an incredible space to learn about how immigrants came to the U.S. in the 20th century. They have launched a new campaign, Your Story, Our Story, featuring objects that capture the immigrant experience. The project uncovers the patterns that bind us, no matter where we came from or how long we’ve been here. Upload an object that carries meaning for your own family, and join the museum in telling the story of American immigration.

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52 Your Kids Hear More Than Your Words
53 Crime on the Rise: Rogue Killer Whale Gangs Are Shaking Down Alaskan Fishing Boats
54 Victory over Porn Is Closer Than You Think
55 Authentic Christianity in a Post-Christian Culture - Christian Research Institute
56 We All Need Adversity and Affliction
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60 Philippians 1:1: Do You Serve God or Man?
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