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10 Christian Hip-Hop Albums You Should Own

A few essentials to kick off your collection.

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Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.


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Cardiovascular Function: The Body's Irreducibly Complex System for Controlling Potassium Content

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Laudato Si' and Science Apocalypse

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Video: Samuel Gregg on Truth, Reason, and Equality at Acton University 2015 | Acton PowerBlog

Samuel Gregg delivers the opening plenary address of Acton University 2015 at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Seeking to Vilify Doubters, New York Times Now Opts for "Denier" Over "Skeptic "

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Evangelist Believes He’s About to Do Something That Will Change Minds About Whether People Are Born Gay

Evangelist Ray Comfort is gearing up for the release of "Audacity" -- a film about the Bible and homosexuality that could become his most controversial project to date. Comfort first revealed plans for the movie last September, admitting at the time in an interview that he has, to date,...

Iceman Is Gay: My Thoughts

​Marvel comics recently announced that its iconic character Iceman is gay. Here's my thoughts, which may surprise some of you.​

Will Ferrell’s 6 Most Redeeming Movies

"A Deadly Adoption" isn’t the only unique twist in Will Ferrell’s comedy career.

A "Sixth Mass Extinction"? Here's Why No One Trusts Science Reporting Anymore

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Joel Osteen Gives Emotional Prayer for 'Brothers and Sisters in Charleston' After Emanuel AME Church Massacre

Joel Osteen, best-selling author and pastor of one of America's fastest-growing churches, led tens of thousands of worshipers in an emotional prayer this past Sunday for survivors and family members of the nine people killed in a Charleston, South Carolina, church massacre last week.

Life Lesson: Do Not Allow News Anchors to Throw Axes on Live TV

Fox and Friends anchor Pete Hegseth learned a valuable lesson this weekend while filming a segment that for some reason involved both the West Point marching band as well as ax throwing. As you can see in the clip below, Hegseth completely missed a target that was only a few feet away, striking drummer Jeff Prosperie, who miraculously escaped without serious injury. Prosperie, unsurprisingly, is not too happy with the newsman. He wrote on Facebook, “My leadership told me they were told there would be no ax throwing; I think the anchor person went rogue and decided to throw it,” noting it was “obvious negligence" ...

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Welcome to the 2015 annual National Conference on Christian Apologetics (NCCA). Every year, Southern Evangelical Seminary hosts one of the largest apologetics events in the country. Join us on October 16-17, as we discuss this years theme, "Ideas Have Consequences."  Every consequence, whether good or bad, ultimately begins with an idea. This year's conference will equip Christians to engage in today's most prevalent ideas, encouraging attendees to speak words of grace, so they may "know answer each person" (Colossians 4:6). Help us spread the word by sharing your thoughts on our facebook page --

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Jonathan Morrow Posts Twitter Facebook Google+ Jonathan Morrow (D.Min.) is the founder of Think Christianly ( He speaks nationally on worldview, apologetics, and culture and is passionate about seeing a new generation understand what they believe, why they believe it and why it matters in life. Jonathan is the author of Welcome to College, Questioning the Bible, Think Christianly, and Is God Just a Human Invention? Jonathan contributed several articles to the Apologetics Study Bible for Students and has written for Leadership Journal Online (of Christianity Today). He graduated with an M.Div. and an M.A. in philosophy of religion and ethics from Talbot School of Theology at Biola University and served as the equipping pastor for 6 years at Fellowship Bible Church in Murfreesboro, TN before completing his Doctor of Ministry degree in Worldview and Culture. Jonathan is currently Director of Creative Strategies at Impact 360 Institute (impact360.

3 Will Southern Baptists back Russell Moore's call to remove Confederate flag?

Does a Southern Baptist leader’s call for the Confederate battle flag to come down mark a sea change in the views of evangelicals about a symbol long wrapped in both support for slavery and regional pride?

How to Identify and Redeem Your ‘Money Motivators’

Unless you are looking for them, these motivations are often hidden. That's why the Bible cautions us to watch out for greed and monetary temptations (Luke 12:15). We can often be completely oblivious to sinfulness related to money because, unlike many other sins, there are no easily identifiable markers or absolutes. You know if you've committed adultery, murder, or lied. But materialism or greed is a lot harder to identify. It is a heart issue, which is why it may go completely undetected, particularly in a culture that prizes individualism and financial success above all else.

The Heresy of Racial Superiority — Confronting the Past, and Confronting the Truth

“Symbols matter, and sometimes they matter in different ways to different people. For most people in the South, the Confederate Battle Flag does not now represent racism or any reference to rebellion against the Union. Nevertheless, every symbol has a historical context and associations. For this specific flag, the most immediate context is the civil rights movement and resistance to its central goals. As Christians, we are called to love God and to love our neighbors. Some of our neighbors–and some of our own brothers and sisters in Christ–are deeply wounded by this flag. They see it as a denial of their essential humanity and as a statement of racial superiority. For that sufficient reason, gospel-minded Christians should support taking down the flag. Love of neighbor outweighs even love of region, and it certainly requires that we disassociate ourselves from any hint of racism, now or in the past.”

Pain and Its Relief | RZIM

But these three men together said they would fund it and the doctor was so affected by the generosity of their hearts in being the answer to her prayers that she saw hope for her patients. She is one of the highest trained specialists in the field, trained at the famed Christian Medical College in Vellore, India. That institution was the vision and result of the renowned missionary Ida Scudder. Her name is writ large in India’s memory of those who gave the gift of health to its people. The sequence of hope was visible. It came from the heart of Christ through the hearts of people to reach people in need.

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Un baptême de routine, jusqu'à ce l'importance de regarder dans les ailes avant chaque vol. Pour info le chat va très bien, il continue avec application son rôle de mascotte du club Au club ULM 16-34 de Kourou, Guyane Française A standard flight until... i still don't know if it got in after the pre flight check or if i missed it. The cat is doing well, she is still our mascot. Edit : Ok some details : - the cat was INSIDE the wing, not on it. she was actually pretty safe in there, the danger was if she wanted to get down to reach us.. - i was the pilote, the woman was on her first flight as a passenger. she smile and giggle a lot, well because that's what flying does to people sometime. -i told her not to reach for the cat. i told her not to move at all actually. i trusted the cat to not move if we didn't try to reach for her. -you can see me fly shortly before landing. I was pretty assured by then that the cat wouldn't move and there was a relieve of tension; and the radio exchange with the control tower was kinda hilarious, i couldn't contain a smile.

“Audacity” Movie – Love Can’t Stay Silent

Many people are very familiar with the gift of sex, but are not so well informed about the Giver. This 32-page ebooklet will help you understand God’s wonderful design for sexuality—and for you. Featured in the movie, the ebooklet tastefully offers answers to several tough questions, such as:

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How to Conquer the Grumbles

Awareness of my grumbling showed me where I desire my kingdom, rather than God’s kingdom, to flourish. That is always the issue. When I grumble in response to circumstances, I am stating that the values of my kingdom matter more than the values of God’s kingdom. I am stating that people should work better for my sake, that systems should function in certain ways for my benefit, and that the weather should conform to my particular desires. I am the focus of my life.

Krispy Kreme to open 8 Chicago-area doughnut shops

Krispy Kreme, which left a hole in the Chicago doughnut market when it closed its retail shops here during the recession, is bringing its signature hot glazed offering back to town.

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What does God’s Word say makes for an effective leader? What qualities should people see in you if you’re going to guide them? Learn how to put on those biblical traits in John MacArthur’s look at Qualities of an Excellent Servant .

Same-Sex Marriage: Is Same-Sex Marriage a Good Policy Decision?

Whether or not government should adopt same-sex marriage into our culture is a serious policy issue, and it deserves to be looked at from all sides. While Christians largely get labeled as "bigoted" and "intolerant" when speaking from a biblical standpoint on this issue, there are actually many reasons grounded in nature and history that should be considered before altering a foundational building block of society. Please watch this video with an open mind, and feel free to share it with friends.

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“I see multiple colonial governors,” says Ghanaian software entrepreneur Herman Chinery-Hesse of the international development establishment in Africa. “We are held captive by the donor community.”


Can you think of a time in your life when you have been hurt by someone? How about when you hurt someone else? Or, a time when you hurt yourself? These moments happen to us all. Some of our deepest pains and anxieties come from refusing to let God heal us. Everybody needs healing from some sort of hurt, hang-up, or habit. That’s why Pastor Rick created the Life’s Healing Choices Study Kit to take you through the eight healing choices Jesus taught in the Beatitudes. The DVD and Study Guide include these eight- life changing sessions taught by Rick Warren.

The Gospel is Not Clickbait

If you take little statements out of context and then exploit them just so people listen to you, you are lying. Lying happens all the time on the Internet and in life. But the Scriptures command us not to lie. Exaggerating to get people click on a stupid BuzzFeed list isn’t necessarily damaging, but lying to attempt to convince people that a famous person is a Christian doesn’t further the Gospel. It furthers an “us against them” mentality where "Facebook Christians" can have more fodder to say “Yeah! Look at this guy you like, he’s on our side!”


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Defining the Church as Evangelicals

Gathering together with singing and Bible study doesn’t make you a church. Having a building doesn’t make you a church. But I would say that a small group of people meeting in a village in Kenya around a tree, who are exercising spiritual gifts, studying God’s Word, who are partaking together in the Lord’s Supper, (along with other factors) can be and is a biblical church. Why?


“At last, biblical theology made accessible to the wider church! Goldsworthy gets this much-needed new series of mercifully shorter books on biblical theology off to a wonderful start with an instructive and edifying exploration of the Son of God through the Scriptures. This book cannot but produce greater love of the Bible, greater worship of the Son, and greater anticipation of the new creation.” David P. Murray ,  Professor of Old Testament, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary; pastor, Grand Rapids Free Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan; author, Jesus on Every Page and The Happy Christian

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David Garner: Some have enjoyed a deep sense of call since childhood; others have longed for certain vocations or ministry destinations, and found their steps markedly (and not always easily) redirected. Irrespective of anecdotes, calling consists of more than personal intuitions. The Lord uses the church’s “objective” voice to issue and confirm calling.

What Is the Evidence for/against the Existence of God? - William Lane Craig debates Peter Atkins in Atlanta, Georgia (April 3, 1998). Moderated by William F. Buckley. Richard Dawkins said if a scientist should receive a Nobel Prize for Literature Dr. Peter Atkins would be his nominee. Indeed, Dr. Atkins makes Dawkins look like Mr. Rogers when it comes to vitriol against religion. Philosopher of science Dr. William Lane Craig takes up the challenge to debate Dr. Atkins on evidence for God's existence. Since then, Dr. Atkins has not recovered from this debate! A must see for debate lovers! We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook:

You Can’t Serve God and Entertainment

You love entertainment. On-demand streaming, live television, video-sharing websites, and social media are all at your fingertips. Your ability to access entertainment swiftly and effortlessly has encroached on every aspect of your life. Research recently revealed that you’re tempted to check Facebook every thirty-one seconds.

Catalyst Conversations

Our Catalyst Conversations series continues with David Crowder for a leadership discussion and Q&A centered around creativity and collaboration.

We're Not About to Crawl in a Hole and Die

I'm here to announce that no matter what the Supreme Court says, no matter what the president says, no matter what society says, we are not bowing down to anyone other than the Lord Himself. And with God's help, there's not a shred of a possibility that we will compromise our convictions when it comes to the meaning of marriage.

Downplaying Race Again, Even in Charleston?

Rather than trying to sidestep race in discussing Charleston, how about facing it head on? We can be honest with our sympathy and with our collective shame and historic regrets, even if we admit that we don't know what to do about them. We can mourn racial pain as we await the evaluation of evidence in the judicial process.

How Charleston’s Emanuel AME Spent Sunday after Massacre

“My prayer this morning was just thanking God for Emanuel AME and how they’ve been pouring out love in their time of grief,” said Emory Hiott, who works with the children’s ministry at First Baptist. “This situation shows us the necessity of the gospel. We can see that in Emanuel’s response, and in the family’s response, and in the city’s response.”

4 Key Points Christian Kids Need to Understand About Evolution

I understand what you’re saying. I guess my view is that if we’re going to say our beliefs and our lives are going to be lived according to the Bible, then maybe the Bible in fact is where we SHOULD start. The creation story is not presented as metaphorical. It’s presented very much as fact. Adam and his descendents are included in the genealogical records in the Bible. This is more or less stating that we should accept evolution as a fact because for the last 100 or so years scientists have been saying it is so. Scientists also use to think the world was flat. Just because scientists says it is so doesn’t mean it is. There is also scientific evidence backing up a young-earth theory. Everybody, christian and secular, starts with the idea they want to be true and tries to find evidence to support it. Hopefully, if they’re honest, if the evidence doesn’t support their theory they will admit this. Often people don’t. They don’t want to give up their belief, so they twist their findings to support it. This can happen to both secular and christian scientists alike.

01. Isn't religion just a psychological crutch?

Dr. Andy Bannister ( ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Isn't religion just a psychological crutch?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out "Unapologetic: Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense" by Francis Spufford ( ). This video is episode 1 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": More about RZIM Canada:

How Do We Know The New Testament Documents Were Written In the Fist Century?

Frank explains in simple term why we know that the N.T. documents must have been written in the first century.

The Big List of Christian Podcasts

Thanks Zachary! These are some good ones to check out; I have not yet listened to the Defenders podcast and will do so. You’re right, there is a ton of great content on iTunes U, but I don’t think they can be considered podcasts either. We have an older article on free seminary courses which covers those a bit, but it could be greatly expanded:

Innovative Apologetics: The Existence of God and Physicalism’s Deficiency


As strong as Satan may seem, as powerful as sin’s pull may be, as enslaving as our shame feels, as dire as our circumstances appear, Jesus is stronger. He is stronger than Satan, stronger than sin, stronger than shame, stronger than any storm and fire of suffering and pain, and stronger even than death itself.

The Hidden Toxicity of Bible-Belt Suburbia

I live in what is arguably the most conservative state in the nation, in a conservative suburb of a large city. Several churches in my town (and the greater metropolitan area) are stereo-typically mega–with membership numbering in the thousands to the tens of thousands. With the exception of the Starbucks parking lots and the annual homeschool convention, I rarely see anti-religion bumper stickers or humanist demonstrators picketing something or other that has offended their brain chemicals. The community is considered a highly desirable area for Christian families looking for a safe, friendly place to live life. The demographic leans sharply towards well-educated professionals: dentists, surgeons, oil chemists, college faculty, and attorneys make up a good fraction of the populace. I’d venture to guess that the overwhelming majority of public school teachers are Christians. It feels insulated and almost idyllic…maybe not quite Stepford Wives, but I’ve heard it compared to that! However, in my years of living here, I’ve come to see that in one important respect, Bible-belt suburbia can be toxic.

Why Do People Take Gun Issues So Personally?

The gun rights battle has nothing to do with people's 2nd Amendment rights and everything to do with gaining dollars and power for the gun lobby and the gun and ammo manufacturers and dealers. They play up the rhetoric that the government is coming for people's guns because that drives up gun sales. I'm all for 2nd Amendment rights, but guns can be dangerous weapons and need some regulation. As for the mass shootings and violence in general in the US, we need a multi-prong approach to dealing with this, and frankly, we need to change whatever it in our culture that causes this violence. We need to tackle mental illness, drug use, and other issues that lead to violence. Above all, we need to create a cultural norm that looks down on violence.

WORLD | Mother Emanuel: Sorrowful yet always rejoicing | Jarvis J. Williams | June 23, 2015

In recent days, African-American Christians from Charleston’s “Mother” Emanuel AME Church have radiantly modeled what it is to experience joyful Christian sorrow in the way they responded to the racially motivated murder of their pastor and eight other parishioners at a Bible study last Wednesday night.

4 Things Black Americans Can Teach White Americans About Faith

Of course I recognize that every culture and ethnicity has particular strengths and weaknesses, and I realize that all generalizations are flawed, but in the aftermath of the massacre in Charleston, I feel it is important to give honor by sharing these thoughts. They simply represent my own perspective, and I welcome either confirmation or constructive criticism.

Christian Company Turning Unclaimed Baggage Into a 'Blessing' for Those Who Need It Most

Unclaimed Baggage Center, a Christian company and store founded 45 years ago that buys and sells unclaimed baggage from airline carriers, has been instrumental in providing specific goods for Christian ministries, including Samaritan's Purse and a prison ministry run by author and quadriplegic Joni Eareckson Tada.

Whiplash and Philosophy

Directed by Damien Chazelle, Whiplash  is a film about jazz that is laden with moral theory enacted through drama. An aspiring 19-year old jazz drummer, Andrew (played by Miles Teller) attends a prestigious music school—on the order of Julliard—where he is spotted by the studio big band leader, Terrence Fletcher (played by J.K. Simmons). Andrew is startled by Fletcher while he is practicing in a music room. Fletcher shouts at him, keeps him off-balance, and then tells him to report for practice in the studio big band the next morning at 6:00 AM. Andrew scrambles to get there on time. He does, but then waits three hours for Fletcher and the band members. This episode is heavy with the future. Fletcher is a Mephistophelian maestro, a genius of intimidation, deception, and cruelty. His piercing eyes, taut physique and explosive temper evoke terror (and a kind of respect) from his students.

If Evolution Is True, Does That Disprove God?

A student at Sam Houston State University considers the possibility of God and Evolution.

Where to Begin When Starting Into Apologetics

For more information and resources visit: On September 29th, 2012, William Lane Craig participated in the Contending with Christianity's Critics Conference held at Watermark Community Church in Dallas, TX. The following morning Dr Craig was interviewed by Senior Pastor Todd Wagner and answered questions from the audience via text messages that were sent in to the church during the interview. In this clip, Dr Craig speaks to those who are just getting in to apologetics. What are the next steps for them? To view the complete interview: We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: Follow Reasonable Faith on Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith on Facebook:

NASCAR endorses call for removal of Confederate Flag from South Carolina capitol

As we continue to mourn the tragic loss of life last week in Charleston, we join our nation’s embrace of those impacted. NASCAR supports the position that South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley took on the Confederate flag on Monday. As our industry works collectively to ensure that all fans are welcome at our races, NASCAR will continue our long-standing policy to disallow the use of the Confederate flag symbol in any official NASCAR capacity. While NASCAR recognizes that freedom of expression is an inherent right of all citizens, we will continue to strive for an inclusive environment at our events.

4 Terrible Reasons to Not Talk About Race

I am as guilty as anyone who says they are "colorblind." I grew up in the South, but in a very progressive family when it came to teaching us the value of the people we call Black. Early on my Aunt who was a pediatrician in the early 50's in a small Southern town didn't discriminate against patients and allowed all to be seated in her waiting room rather than in the hallway. I worked in her practice in the summers and she taught me that beneath our outer skin all human beings are the same. She taught me to respect them and their lives in an era when segregation was at its height. i worked in the office at the University of GA where the first Black American broke the barriers of working outside the maintenance jobs there. I later worked in Washington DC where I was in the minority and my best friends were Black Americans. All of that said, I wrote an article this week about Dylan Roof -- the alleged shooter in the Charleston church shootings. My heart has grieved over the loss of these lives there. The focus of my article was on another population that has been discriminated against since the beginning of time-- the mentally ill.

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Christian Apologists -Do you know who's in your audience?

1.  Myself.  I admit it.  There are times when I wonder if I have been duped into thinking that Christianity is real and if there is a god at all.  In those times, I use what I have learned through my study of apologetics to give my faith a bit of a boost.

ESV Following Jesus Bible

The ESV Following Jesus Bible is full of outstanding content designed to help children understand and enjoy the Bible. Designed for children ages 8–12 as they transition from a beginner’s Bible, nearly every other page features a box answering the who, what, where, when, or why of a particular text. “Seeing Jesus” sections explain how certain Bible passages point to Christ and “Following Jesus” sections connect the Bible with the hearts and lives of young readers.

Why Did God Create Mankind if He Knew Man Would Sin?

I know the pat answer. God knew that man would sin, but by allowing it to happen He was able to show the redeemed how much He loved us. But that answer seems incomplete to me because the pain of sin is so great, both in this life and in the next. I suspect that I’m missing some information that I probably won’t discover until after I die. But not having the complete answer now doesn’t worry me. Let me tell you why.

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The Russian novelist Alexander Solzhenitsyn once wrote: “The line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being.” As Christians, it is very easy to fall into the trap of seeing the enemy as “over there.” If we draw the lines clearly enough and build the walls high enough, we will be safe. Or so we think. We very easily forget that we war not only against the world and the devil, but also against our own sinful flesh.

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54 7 Bible Verses About The Negative Impact Verbal Abuse Has on Others
55 Megachurch Pastor Joel Osteen Says Muslims Attend His Church and That His Books 'Sell a Lot in Muslim Countries'
56 God's Not Dead: Distant or Bad Fathers May Lead to Atheism
57 Kenneth R. Samples on Twitter
58 Doctor Will Kill Healthy 24-Year-Old in Euthanasia Who’s Thought of Suicide Since She Was a Kid
59 Nick Vujicic Drives a Car for the Very First Time (Video)
60 Innovative Apologetics: Relativism and Truth: All Things Are not Relative
61 Jesus Will Heal Your Heartbreak – Here Are A Few Bible Verses About Mending Broken Hearts
62 UK Preacher Says He's Ready to Go to Jail for Calling Islam 'Satanic;' Churches Leaders Fear Being Targeted for Christian Beliefs
63 #ChooseAFaculty - Adam W. Greenway
64 Supreme Court May Decide Fate of Controversial Pro-Life Texas Law
65 Is God an Egomaniac for Desiring Worship? | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes
66 Suffering Is Not For Nothing by Elisabeth Elliot
67 ThinkChristian on Twitter
68 Queen Latifah to Star Alongside Jennifer Garner in ‘Miracles from Heaven’
69 Second Nun Gang-Raped in India in 'Anti-Christian Hate Campaign'
70 Sunday Quote!- Intelligent Design: Seeing is Believing
71 Leading Your Wife's Heart Toward Intimacy (Part 1 of 2)
72 Spike It! When the Media Kill a Story for Political Reasons | RealClearPolitics
73 ‘Inside Out’ Had the Biggest Opening Ever for an Original Movie
74 Charleston Sermon: ‘No Weapon Formed Against Us Shall Prosper'
75 The Question of Religion & Politics | Open Biola
77 Pastor Saeed Abedini's Iran Imprisonment Reaches Day 1,000; Groups to Display 1,000 Flowers at US Capitol to Reflect on the Millions of Persecuted Christians
78 Faith and Forgiveness in Light of Tragic Charleston Shooting | The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal on NewsRadio KFBK
79 Top lawmaker: Remove Confederate sign from Mississippi flag
80 Innovative Apologetics: OMG! Online abbreviations make the Oxford English Dictionary
81 Eric Metaxas on Twitter
82 Study: Medical pot unproven for many illnesses OK’d by state law
83 ISIS Crucifies Two Children for Eating Food During Muslim Holy Month of Ramadan