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1 Why Christians Need Apologetics | Think Christianly

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.

What Charleston Should Remind Us About Forgiveness and Justice

This is because we learn what it is to forgive from the forgiveness we have received. This forgiveness is not cosmic amnesty. The mercy of God and the justice of God are found in the cross of Christ. When God forgives us it is not his saying that justice is left undone. God is instead counting us as in Christ, who took upon himself the due penalty for sin in our place (Rom. 3:21–26). It is not that we are given a free pass on hell. It’s that, in Christ, we have already been to hell—and, in Christ, we are raised from the dead and seated at the right hand of God.

William Lane Craig debates Walter Sinnott-Armstrong: evil, suffering and God

Haha – your blog makes a difference to a LOT more people than you are probably aware. I scatter WK seeds to and fro, and get a lot of compliments on YOUR hard work. (Then again, it does take a “lot” of effort on my part to save your work to my favorite places. :-)) Sometimes atheists ask me why I lean so heavily on you, and I tell them that you have already done the heavy lifting and that it would be foolish of me to not take advantage of it. I think though that the question behind the question that the atheists are asking might be “How dare you, a Christian, provide secular evidence that refutes my blind faith in atheism instead of just quoting Bible verses at me?!?” :-)

After Acts

Having written my own academic book on the fate of the apostles, I was pleasantly surprised to read Litfin’s cautious assessment of the historical record. He examines each apostle carefully and leaves us with a fair and sober-minded conclusion. For instance, writers often think Simon the Zealot was a member of the revolutionary party that helped spur the Jewish uprising against Rome in AD 66. Many commentators base their entire perception of Simon on this claim! Yet as Litfin rightly notes, the term “zealot” during the time of Jesus’s ministry likely referred to someone who had intense devotion to God and his law (Acts 21:20; Gal. 1:14), not a member of the official “zealot” party that attempted to overthrow the government.

Bishop Fears Extremist Jews Pose Increasing Threat to Christians in Israel After Church Attack at Site Where Jesus Performed Miracle

A man looks at graffiti that reads in Hebrew "banish false gods" spray-painted on a wall in the Church of Loaves and Fishes on the shores of the Sea of Galilee in northern Israel, June 18, 2015. An arson attack on Thursday gutted part of the church at the site where Christians believe Jesus performed a miracle by feeding 5,000 people with five loaves of bread and two fish on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, the Israeli fire brigade said. A verse from a Hebrew prayer denouncing the worship of "false gods" was spraypainted in red on a church wall, suggesting Jewish zealots were responsible.

How should the South see its Confederate past?

As more politicians and governments call for the removal of the Confederate flag from public life, and retailers like Amazon and Walmart bar the sale of flag memorabilia, Judy Woodruff talks to Jack Hunter of, author Isabel Wilkerson and Russell Moore of the Southern Baptist Convention about Southern legacy and confronting difficult history.

Word of Faith Movement | Apologetics Index

A critical look at the 'Word of Faith' teachings Published by Ministry Watch, a ministry that educates donors to make informed, discerning decisions in deciding which organizations and teachers to support financially. Says that many of the Word-Faith Ministries are "Legally organized as a church in order to avoid financial disclosures; however, it is not what would commonly be known as a traditional congregational church." Many of the organizations are tightly controlled by a few people -- often family members. Ministry Watch says "these Word of Faith ministries are also characterized by a lack of financial accountability and transparency in financial dealings," and therefore get a “F” Transparency Grade.

Renewing Your Mind | Stop Stealing! | June 24, 2015

Stealing is a sin that affects us all and knows no bounds. But as much as we hate when someone steals from us, when we look to the perfect law of God as a mirror we see a thief staring back at us. Perhaps you never robbed a bank or stole a car, but there are many more ways we rob one another and, the greatest victim of all, God. Dr. Sproul considers this as he talks about the various ways people violate the eighth commandment.

Kanye West Designed the Cover of Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr.’s Upcoming Book

It looks more like art than a book cover. It's clean, minimalistic, and simple, with big brush strokes. It's exactly what I hoped it would be ... I know Kanye as my friend; we talk about Jesus. And that's the whole point: God doesn't care about scandals; He cares about people. So it makes sense for Kanye to design the book cover. It makes a statement.

Talking to your kids about other faith systems

If you or your kids ever leave your home I can promise they are being exposed to faith systems other than their own every day! As parents we need to think about how we will answer their questions when they ask and anticipate the unspoken questions that will eventually lurk beneath the surface. For example I have been doing a fair bit of research and reading on Islam and I was surprised to see that there word for demons is “jinn” and this is where we get the word “genie” from. (Also incidentally the type of being of the horrid snake in The Tower of Geburah by John White, you need to read it.) But think about that, when I was a kid I used to love watching I Dream Of Jeannie reruns, which my mom was fine with; I’ll bet she didn’t know Jeannie was a Islamic demon! And of course one of my favourite movies is Disney’s Aladdin with the wonderful Robin Williams playing the voice of the genie from the lamp. Again, not scary depiction of a dark concept, but the reality is I came into contact with a worldview very different from the one I was taught.

Introducing Your New Spider-Man, Tom Holland

Marvel announced today that it had found the Spider-Man franchise’s next web-slinging hero: Tom Holland. Unlike recent big-screen Spidey’s Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, the 19-year-old British actor isn’t exactly a household Hollywood name. He’s mostly known for his work on stage in Billy Elliot the Musical, though he had a supporting role in 2012’s thriller The Impossible . According to rumors, his first appearance as the hero will probably be in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War before starring in the next Spider-Man film in July 2017 ...

InterVarsity Regains Access to Cal State Campuses

InterVarsity’s Christian faith compels us to welcome all people. We support CSU in its commitment to serve the diversity of students on its campuses. In fact, InterVarsity communities are some of the most diverse groups on Cal State’s campuses. At the same time, we maintain our commitment to provide campus communities that are clearly Christian, where all students can experience and learn more about Christian community, theology, and practice. We’re grateful for this development and are looking forward to continued ministry on CSU campuses.

13 Grace to You Radio

“I will come again.” It was a promise given to Jesus’ disciples—and all believers. So what will Jesus’s second coming be like, and how should you get ready? Find out in John MacArthur’s study titled When Jesus Comes .

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Video #1 Please Donate Now: The Supreme Court is getting ready to hear the arguments in defense of marriage. Same-sex marriage proponents often claim people are "born gay." I decided to go undercover to find out the truth. Homosexuality is neither innate or immutable.

Islamic State’s Latest Execution Video May Be Its Most Horrifying Yet

Now, the Islamic State group’s depravity has reached a new depth as seen in images purporting to show the terrorist group’s prisoners being drowned to death in a cage, having their heads blown off with an explosive cord tied around their necks, and being positioned in a car that is then fired on by a rocket propelled grenade.

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Michael Brown - When The Supreme Court Rules On Same-Sex "Marriage"

How should we respond if the Supreme Court rules to redefine marriage in June? What do we do if same-sex “marriage” becomes the law of the land?

Ask R.C.: What Are Some Concerns You Have With the Homeschooling Movement? - R.C. Sproul Jr.

Seeing ourselves as a movement. It’s a perfectly normal temptation. Many of us are old enough to remember when we hadn’t even heard of homeschooling. The shifts in education wrought by homeschoolers have been broad and wide. And I would argue there has been a great deal of good fruit. But we are not a movement, but parents seeking to raise our children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. Our children are not pawns in our political power moves. We do not homeschool for the service of some other calling.

When Leaders Fall, All Are Punished

We see this reality, for instance, when God wields Assyria against Israel’s wickedness. God punished the nation, “for those who guide this people have been leading them astray, and those who are guided by them are swallowed up” (Isaiah 9:16). When Israel wandered, they were being led by the decisions and declarations of leaders, men who sacrificed the good of the people for their own personal benefit (Isaiah 10:2). They were more concerned about their reputation, their success, and their profit than they were for the safety, faith, and holiness of the men and women God had put under their care. And so the flock was “swallowed up,” swept up into the resistance and rebellion, into the pain and destruction of God’s hatred against sin.

5 Changes Elementary Sunday Schools Need to Make…ASAP

Yes! Yes! Agree completely. Today’s kids, especially in the part of the country where we live (in the Pacific North West), are confronted at earlier ages with questions by peers who come from non-believing homes. The primary role in equipping them with answers is the parent’s, but I think more can also be done in Sunday school, church activities, classes and VBS settings as well. I’ve been saying this for a while now, kids are able to handle more than what we give them credit for. They can deal with the difficult questions and deserve answers. This is one of the reasons why we decided to leave our previous church. I volunteered in the children’s ministry. I have two kids of my own. The rooms where completely chaotic most of the time and very little time was given to an actual “lesson”. I think the only think the only thing my then first grade daughter took away from her time there was “God made the world and everything in it.” Ok, that’s great, but I wanted more. So, we searched and searched for a new church with a great children’s ministry.

02. Islam and Christianity: Is it the same God?

Dr. Andy Bannister ( ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Islam and Christianity: Is it the same God?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out "Answering Islam: The Crescent in Light of the Cross" by Norman Geisler and Abdul Saleeb ( ). This video is episode 2 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:

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Bernard of Clairvaux once mentioned an old man who, upon hearing about any professing Christian who fell into sin, would say to himself: “He fell today; I may fall tomorrow.” The apostle Paul commended the same mindset when he wrote, “let anyone who thinks that he stands take heed lest he fall” (1 Cor. 10:12). There is great wisdom in not trusting our own ability to stand. When I was a boy, my father would often say, “The person I trust least of all is myself.” It should shock us to hear a professing Christian say, “I would never do that,” or, “How could anyone do that?” The Scriptures record great sins of unbelievers and believers alike to instruct us in diverse ways. The former teach the unregenerate their need for the new birth. The latter teach the saints their need to distrust themselves. It is one thing to understand the sinful actions of unbelievers in Scripture; it is quite another to understand the sins of the saints.


Pastor Rick Warren and Pastor Tim Harlow discuss what it takes to structure a church for long term growth...

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.

From Moral Relativism to Reality Relativism

Dr. Brown explains how we have moved from morality being relative to reality being relative, interacting with some shocking comments made by Rachel Dolezal during her interview with NBC’s Samantha Guthrie.

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“Ed Welch skillfully provokes and counsels Christians on how to relate better with others by recognizing they are needy and needed. He puts his arms around church members who want to be more than spectators, around friends who want to grow in wise love for one another, and around parents who want to be more effective with their children. I wish I could have read this book as a young person—life would have been much richer both for others and for me.” Bruce K. Waltke , Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies, Regent College

36 Books Every Young and Wildly Ambitious Man Should Read

The Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects by Giorgio Vasari . Basically a friend and peer of Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Raphael, Titian, and all the other great minds of the Renaissance, Giorgio Vasari sat down in 1550 and wrote biographical sketches of the people he knew or had influenced him. Unless you have a degree in Art History it’s unlikely that anyone pushed this book at you and that’s a shame. These great men were not just artists, they were masters of the political and social worlds they lived in. There are so many great lessons about craft and psychology within this book. The best part? It was written by someone who actually knew what he was talking about, not some art snob or critic; he was an actual artist and architect of equal stature to the people he was documenting.

30 Wretched Man That I Am!

For we know that the Law is spiritual, but I am of flesh, sold into bondage to sin. For what I am doing, I do not understand; for I am not practicing what I would like to do, but I am doing the very thing I hate. But if I do the very thing I do not want to do, I agree with the Law, confessing that the Law is good. So now, no longer am I the one doing it, but sin which dwells in me. For I know that nothing good dwells in me, that is, in my flesh; for the willing is present in me, but the doing of the good is not. For the good that I want, I do not do, but I practice the very evil that I do not want. But if I am doing the very thing I do not want, I am no longer the one doing it, but sin which dwells in me. I find then the principle that evil is present in me, the one who wants to do good. For I joyfully concur with the law of God in the inner man, but I see a different law in the members of my body, waging war against the law of my mind and making me a prisoner of the law of sin which is in my members. Wretched man that I am! Who will set me free from the body of this death? Thanks be to God through Jesus Christ our Lord! So then, on the one hand I myself with my mind am serving the law of God, but on the other, with my flesh the law of sin.

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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.”

Jesus Wants You to Wait

Take Abraham, for example. God promised to give him an heir, yet he and Sarah had to wait 25 years before God’s promise was fulfilled. Or take Moses. God called him to be Israel’s deliverer, but made him wait for 40 years in Midian before returning to Egypt. Before God led the nation of Israel into the Promised Land, Isreal had to wait for 40 years while an unfaithful generation died off. Before Paul’s life and identity were transformed, he was blinded and made to wait for three days before regaining his vision. And then there is Jesus, very God in human flesh, who waited about three decades before entering into public ministry.

5 best books on apologetics

Trying to come up with 5 of my favorite apologetics books is like asking me to name my 5 favorite moments as a University of Kentucky sports fan. 1998 National Championship? Yes, but 1996 was a lot fun too. 2012 Title team? Ok, but beating #1 LSU in football was right at the top as well (yes, I’m one of those strange folks that loves  Kentucky football). Mardi Gras Miracle ? That was amazing. 1992 against Duke ? GET BEHIND ME SATAN!

The Babylonian Unity of the Church

There are many legitimate reasons to lament the divided state of the church. Fleshly pride, theological hubris, sectarian rivalries are each in their own ways modern versions of the Galatian heresy, refusing table fellowship with brothers and sisters for whom Christ died. And denominations have frequently played the same role as the names of Paul and Apollos in Corinth, for which we join in Paul’s manifesto to know nothing but Christ and Him crucified.

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What Is Taqiyya? Taqiyya (taqiya, taqiyah, taqiyyah) is a form of Islamic deception. The Quran (16:106 and 3:28 ) allows Muslims to lie in order to protect themselves or to protect the Muslim community. In this video, David Wood explains the Islamic doctrine of taqiyya.

Finding Purpose in a Job You Hate

He makes you seek Him and, because of your work, you become a better person. You become a person who is humble with others, with family, with friends. You start to see things you missed when you were focused on me, myself and I. Your heart sees God's purpose unfold in what you thought you hated and in the things that you love. You persevere where you may have been inclined to break. You wait where you might have bulldozed. You seek wisdom where you may have moved ahead blindly.

How to Talk About God Without Making It Weird

And of course, this leads us to more questions. Questions like: Where do we see God playing in our broader culture? Is our first step observation or judgment? What words, phrases and ideas do we need to abandon so we can talk about God without it being weird? Who are our poets today? What boundaries have we created between sacred and secular that need to be erased?

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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.

Christian Gun Owners Disagree With Pope Francis' Statement That They Are 'Hypocrites'

Some Christian gun owners disagree with Pope Francis' statement that people who manufacture or invest in weapons cannot call themselves Christians.

10 Qualities of A Great Team Leader: Part Three

In England, it’s often said, “ Keep Calm and Carry On. ”  I’m almost convinced that they took that from me.  There is a reason that some of the best coaches in professional sports resemble men and women of calm.  They can take every moment and regulate their emotions so they can stay in clarity.  Think about it…Phil Jackson, Bill Belichek and Bobby Cox were all in a league of their own when it comes to leading teams.  I would argue that their calmness served them well and constantly kept them focused and clear minded.  As well as the occasional intensity to wake everyone up!

How To Defend Marriage Reality, Part 4: The Cost of Redefining Marriage | The Stream

Enshrining a false definition of marriage in our laws will inevitably harm all marriages and society, quite apart from the obvious assaults on religious liberty we are already witnessing. Same sex “marriage” does not expand the meaning of marriage, but replaces its historical and natural meaning with a counterfeit. To enshrine that counterfeit definition in our laws is to enshrine, and hence enforce, a collective lie and delusion. It is to require that we equate things that most manifestly are not equal.

'Limbless Evangelist' Nick Vujicic Drives a Car for the Very First Time (Video)

Nick Vujicic, popular Christian motivational speaker born without limbs, has recently added a new accomplishment to the list of activities he might have otherwise thought impossible — getting behind the wheel of a car for the very first time.

How to Complain Without Grumbling

The psalms of lament are treasures for the saints. They give inspired voice to our troubled souls. They model for us how to complain to God in a way that honors him. And they are themselves expressions of God’s merciful care for us, because in them we see that we are not as alone as we feel, and that God indeed does understand.


Adams drew this parallel: Before Christ invades our lives at conversion, he sometimes has to “soften us up” by allowing problems we can’t handle. While some open their lives to Christ the first time he knocks on the door, most of us are resistant and defensive. Our pre-conversion experience is Jesus saying, “Behold! I stand at the door and bomb!”

'A.D. The Bible Continues' Concludes (For Now)

First, a bit of historical background: The Jewish historian Josephus tells us that Petronius, the Roman governor in charge of Syria, was given the job of carrying out Caligula's orders, and that he was prepared to go to war to do so, but then tens of thousands of Jews met him in Galilee, bared their necks, and said they would rather be slain than live to see the temple desecrated. So Petronius stalled—and the only reason he got away with it was because Caligula's letter telling Petronius to kill himself arrived after news arrived that Caligula had been assassinated.

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When it comes to the mixing of gospel ministry and money, we who are leaders of churches or their ancillary ministries must have the fear of God struck into us. Heaven and hell are at stake in how we raise, spend, and reserve money — because the way we handle money either adorns or obscures the gospel.

Churches Get Less Trust But More Money from Americans

While the overall growth is indicative of robust philanthropy to a wide spectrum of nonprofits and, thus, of all boats rising with the tide, we would be remiss to gloss over what is happening with giving to religion. Although 2014 donations reached a new high of $114.90 billion, and, as always, accounted for the largest percentage of donations, the fact is, this category is continuing its 30-year dramatic downward slide as a share of total giving. In fact, it has dropped from 53 percent of all donations in 1987 to 32 percent of the total in 2014.

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53 Steve Spurrier of South Carolina Gamecocks supports removal of Confederate flag
54 Does God Exist? | Reasonable Faith
55 Crossway on Twitter
56 A Guide to Church Revitalization
57 Innovative Apologetics: A Bone to Pick with Paleoanthropologists and a Darwinian Hoax
58 ISIS May Be Creating Its Own Currency
59 Faithful Thinkers: 5 Threats Of Demanding Certainty To Change Your Beliefs
60 NBC News on Twitter
61 Christopher Yuan on How to Engage Today’s Gay Marriage Debate
62 Lecrae: Church Needs to Correct Oppression, Not Just Forgive It
63 7 Practical Things the Church Can Do for Veterans
64 Why the Case for Christianity Is More Important Than Ever | Cold Case Christianity
65 Tullian Tchividjian and the Scandal of Grace
66 New Podcast on Same-Sex Attraction, Temptation, and Sin
67 Whoopi Goldberg Apologizes to John Hagee on 'The View' for Reporting Fake Story Saying Pastor Wants to Jail Women for Using God's Name During Sex
68 'Real Housewives of Orange County' Star Tamra Judge Forgives Ex-Husband After Finding Jesus; Wants Their Kids Baptized
69 WORLD | Keeping taxpayer dollars out of Planned Parenthood | La Shawn Barber | June 24, 2015
70 The Controversy Over the Confederate Flag Has Reached Hazzard County
71 The First Split Second of the Universe
72 Visions of Jesus: A Critical Assessment of Gerd Ludemann’s Hallucination Hypothesis | Reasonable Faith
73 Christian Mother of 11 Poisoned to Death in Uganda by Muslim Sister-In-Law Months After She Left Islam
74 Senator Roger Wicker on Twitter
75 The Queen is Not Impressed By German President’s Gift
76 Edward Feser: There’s no such thing as “natural atheology”
77 The Gathering Storm: Islam, Christianity & the Persecuted Church
78 Six reasons why you should believe in non-physical souls
79 Eric Metaxas at CPAC 2013
80 Augustine and the Problem of Evil
81 Vicar of Baghdad Says Christians Are 'Desperate' and 'Petrified' by ISIS, but Worship and Love for Jesus Sustains Persecuted Believers
82 C S Lewis on Twitter
83 Christian Watchdog Groups Praise Opening of New UN Human Rights Office in Seoul to Investigate North Korea's 'Unspeakable Atrocities'
84 Tor Books on Twitter
85 Will Russell Wilson Re-Sign With Seattle? 'God Is Going to Put Me Where He Wants Me,' Says the Outspoken Christian QB
86 challies on Twitter
87 Why, for Southern Christians, taking down the Confederate flag is not enough
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