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Lexus Claims to Have Just Created a Working Hoverboard

It’s about time. The moment we’ve all been waiting for may have finally arrived. Lexus has just released a video that appears to show a functioning hoverboard they are calling SLIDE. In the teaser video, we only get a brief glimpse at the board hovering just a few inches off the ground, but the automaker is being clear in their claims. The video is called, “Lexus has created a real, rideable hoverboard." At the moment, there are no details available as to how it works—or even images of someone riding one—but there is hope. Hope that finally, our hoverboard dreams will soon be a reality ...

REBOOT | Youth Apologetics

Once a year, REBOOT meets in the centre of London to explore questions such as ‘How can we know God exists?’, ‘Why does God allow suffering?’ and ‘Hasn’t science disproved God?’. REBOOT provides a place for young people from 12-18 years old, with or without any faith or church background, to raise their objections and investigate different perspectives. Through its annual conference, online resources, and speaking invitations, REBOOT aims to equip young people to understand and be able to answer some of these big questions for themselves. Our team from the Zacharias Trust and the OCCA [the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics] want you to have confidence in what you believe, and the chance to be honest about your doubts. Since its launch in 2013, REBOOT has welcomed over 1000 young people, and this year we are excited to see more of you than ever!

Two Things "You Probably Won't Hear about Pope Francis' Encyclical"

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

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Joy Williams and the redemption of Venus | Think Christian

In Roman mythology Venus was the goddess of love. She was attributed all of the confusing, wonderful and dangerous characteristics of the universal longing of the human heart. Williams adds her name to a long list of artists referencing this myth as a picture of power, connection and pain. Her graceful suggestion that there is a better day coming, the redemption of Venus as it were, sets her work apart. “I’d love to write a happy song,” Williams sings. “One day I will.”

Stand to Reason | Is Same-Sex Marriage a Good Policy Decision?

Today, we’re going to take a look at a controversial policy issue. As Christians, we believe it’s our responsibility to stay informed about our faith and understand how our views translate into not only our personal lives, but also our culture and government. One of the most debated topics in our country is same-sex marriage, and we think there’s a respectful, loving and logical way to address the subject. So that’s what we’re going to do. 

Here's a 2-Minute Time-lapse of Every Episode of ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 16 years since Jon Stewart took over as host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. In honor of his coming retirement from the late-night show, YouTuber Billy Chasen has created this time-lapse video with a brief clip from every episode from his era as host ...

Aren't All Religions Basically the Same? | Hope's Reason

Is it true that all religions are the same? Andy Bannister looks at this question.

Watch 66 People Ride a Single Surf Board to Break a Guinness World Record

A team of 66 brave souls from Visit Huntington Beach and the Epic Big Board Ride have set a new Guinness World Record by all riding a wave on one huge surf board. Thankfully, the feat was captured on video so you can see it for yourself. From growing extremely long fingernails to riding comically large surf boards, the Guinness Book of World Records continues to prove there is nothing mankind can’t do ...

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Truthbomb Apologetics: Tim Keller, Apologetics, and Preaching

"What you ought to do is have apologetic sidebars.  You shouldn’t do apologetics as the main thing you do in a sermon, but when you get to a text or part of the text where non-Christians would probably object, then just take a little sidebar and mention the reasons why that is true.  Even if it’s all Christians, still do it.  No one will bring their non-Christian friends if you talk as if everyone in the room is a Christian."

Black Churches Are Burning Again in America

In recent years, it’s been harder to get a clear sense of the number of church fires across the country. The National Fire Protection Association reports that between 2007 and 2011, there were an average of 280 intentionally set fires at houses of worship in America each year, although a small percentage of those took place at other religious organizations, like funeral homes. One of the organization’s staffers, Marty Ahrens, said that tracking church arson has become much more complicated since reporting standards changed in the late ‘90s. Sometimes, fires that are reported to the National Fire Incident Reporting System are considered “suspicious,” but they can’t be reported as arson until they’re definitively ruled “intentional.” Even then, it’s difficult to determine what motivated an act of arson. “To know that something is motivated by hate, you either have to know who did it or they have to leave you a message in some way that makes it very obvious,” she said. “There are an awful lot of [intentionally set fires] that are not hate crimes—they’re run-of-the-mill kids doing stupid things.

What Same-Sex Marriage Means for Churches

The problem is simple. Churches do not hardline religious clauses when hiring athiests or other christians or well straight people. in specifically for the Catholic church i went through their school system and church, they would hire christians from other denominations, nonmarried people living with their boyfriend, etc and it was ok because the church,the school didn't see anything wrong with hiring people that weren't catholic or involved in relationships or in "sin." However, for gay people who want to work at catholic schools and be apart of the church, its a mixed bag. The church will fire you if they find out your gay, recently got legally married, adopted or had a child etc as an lgbt person the same scruntiny DOES NOT follow suit for straight individuals. For instance, I have known lay catholic members who were pretty notroious for their sinful lives, and guess what it was ignored, and everyone would talk about how great that person was their sins no matter what they were did not affect anything in the church. It seems other churches follow suit on this, its not that they dont know what their parishioners or church leaders are doing that is considered sinful they just rather not say or do anything, even when it comes to abusing children they remain silent.

Why Gay Marriage is Good (and Bad) for the Church

Merriam, I find it interesting that you believe that God made certain people to be attracted to the same sex. I am assuming this is your starting point and foundation for this argument for the case of same sex relationships, since you seem to understand this relationship as being understandable in God’s eyes. But, quite honestly, even if you don’t hold fast and true to Levitical laws (as most Christians can tell you they have very loose feelings about mold and strong feelings about the need for women’s rights), it stands to reason that the scriptures that have been canonized as the new testament review these practices as detestable to the Lord (Paul reviews this is Romans 1:18-32), and have always been viewed in this light, in Jewish circles and still through most orthodox denominations until present day. And there have been serious consequences for such behavior, not just on a personal platform, but on a social platform. It appears that God’s chosen people have long believed that God thinks differently that you opine. And you are posed with a very interesting question, if this is so: does God create people with biological functions that he has detested since the days of Moses? He certainly could, but that would not be a very loving God at all then, would it? To create people as homosexuals and then leave them struggling under his commands is just plain mean, but the laws (and commentary on the attitudes towards and repercussions of) remain written inside millions of texts for the world to see- and I wonder why He should do a thing like that.

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The Foundational Traits of Every Great Couple

Very good advice! Troubled marriages almost always begin with a loss of good will in the relationship. This leads to a sense of frustration and agitation toward each other. I tell couples that marriage is not about being in love but an agreement to love. As we understand and live this truth, the being aspect of love actually grows. Frankly, if we even practiced the first two qualities of love - (love is patient and kind) - we could improve most marriages.

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Nine possible reasons for your spiritual drought

If you have been a Christian for any amount of time, you know that spiritual passion, sight, and affections ebb and flow. At times our sense of spiritual realities can be strong and vibrant; other times, our hearts feel like lead weights and we find ourselves longing for God to visit us once again and bring refreshment (Psalm 85:4-7). These seasons are usually referred to as times of “spiritual drought” or “spiritual dryness,” and find intimate expression in many of the Psalms. David often cried out to God in times where his soul seemed like dust, and he yearned to be refreshed by the presence of the Lord (Psalm 13; Psalm 63). Other Psalmists expressed their longing to have their parched souls to be replenished by the Lord (Psalm 42). Those who have tasted of the goodness of Christ know what it means to be without that taste; it leaves us pleading, “light up my eyes, lest I sleep the sleep of death” (Psalm 13:3)

"My Ransom" - Doxology

"My Ransom" music video by Doxology, from their new album, O Great Redeemer. Purchase it now on iTunes - . Check out the Biblical Worship Department of Southern Seminary at - a division of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Ministry ( ).

Worship Isn’t about Music

This article has a lot of good points but we need to stop perpetuating a false dichotomy to make our point stronger. Yes, worship encapsulates a lot of different expressions. The title, "Worship is not about music" is not okay though. Even if it read, "Worship is not 'only' about music", that would say something completely different. We need to be careful to not make enemies out of important things and throw away what is good so that our point and argument seem stronger. With some many opinionated conversations happening within the church right now, this spends equity that doesn't need to be spent. Absolutely, worship is not only singing and there are lots of ways to connect and give God praise...but there is also tremendous power and importance to the body singing together and that shouldn't be diminished.

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.

AUDACITY - Official Release Trailer (2015) HD - Ray Comfort

DOWNLOADS AVAILABLE NOW! From Living Waters, creators of the award-winning TV program “The Way of the Master” and the hit movies “180” and “Evolution vs. God,” comes the powerful film “Audacity.” Executive produced by TV co-host and best-selling author Ray Comfort (Hell’s Best Kept Secret, Scientific Facts in the Bible), this film delivers an unexpected, eye-opening look at the controversial topic of homosexuality. Peter (Travis Owens) is an aspiring comedian encouraged by his friend Ben (Ben Price, Australia’s Got Talent finalist) to perform at the local comedy club. But stage fright isn’t Peter’s only fear. When confronted with one of today’s most divisive issues, he feels compelled to speak, but can he? Challenged by his coworker Diana (Molly Ritter) to defend his convictions about homosexuality and gay marriage, will he have the courage to stand for what he believes—even at the risk of losing a friendship? And how will he respond when faced with a harrowing life-or-death experience? “Audacity” uses a unique approach to address a very sensitive subject in contemporary society.

How to Talk About God Without Making It Weird

Hi, Michael -- I'm a fellow Denverite and fellow Christian, and you raise an important issue. For me, the crux is how we practice your axiom, "The sound of God is always present and it's our job to crank the volume." Part of our problem is that we appoint the wrong people to identify "the sound of God" and authorize them with "volume." I'm referring of course to pastors, the various Christian media industries, and our long history of vetting artistic merit from the pulpit, the page, and the microphone. All of which makes your question, "Who are our poets today?" an important one. I know of one cultural poet who's a cartoonist for The New Yorker magazine -- and a graduate of Bob Jones University, whose founder had ties to the Ku Klux Klan. Another cultural poet I know was head writer of "The Cosby Show" -- whose training came at Pat Robertson's graduate school. Let's face it, these credentials aren't just suspect; our most celebrated progressive leaders would raise a suspicious eye or even mock them. And yet their artistic voices make "the sound of God always present" in the world.

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Orthodox Christians Must Now Learn To Live as Exiles in Our Own Country

One can certainly understand the joy that LGBT Americans and their supporters feel today. But orthodox Christians must understand that things are going to get much more difficult for us. We are going to have to learn how to live as exiles in our own country. We are going to have to learn how to live with at least a mild form of persecution. And we are going to have to change the way we practice our faith and teach it to our children, to build resilient communities.

Is Debt a Sin Issue?

Been there, still there too. Try a consumer debt management agency if you need to restructure your credit cards as they can negotiate a lower interest rate and provide a payoff time table. Also, don't go in for the whole "beat yourself up" routine over past mistakes. Debt is not a sin to repent of, but a problem to be understood and corrected. No doubt you get that now and will make very different decisions going forward. I sure am. You move forward in baby steps - don't add to your debt, negotiate lower monthly payments with places that will let you, get rid of or rethink any nonessential loans (trade in for an older car to get out of a payment), reduce a 401k contribution (for a while) to get more cash flow, write down every expense for 2 months to really know where your money is going and then budget, and get the help of a consumer debt agency. Keep at month by month, and give yourself permission to splurge every once in a while so you don't go insane!!

Tolle, Leg It | Blog & Mablog

In the aftermath of the Obergefell decision by the Supreme Court, a lot of Christian parents are reeling. They know they must do something, but what can they do? The decision was so high-handed, so arbitrary, so insolently rendered, that it would be easy to assume that there is nothing we can do about it down here at street level.


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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.

'Korean Evangelicals on Steroids'

UBF maintains high demands for its missionaries. They hold full-time jobs rather than receive support, and missionaries use their off hours, holidays, and vacations to evangelize on college campuses. Their training is military-like, requiring a “soldier spirit.” Missionaries described training as “boot camp,” complete with jogging and pushups, but also intensive Bible study and evangelism. Early missionaries had to report in public meetings the number of students they invited to study the Bible, how many accepted, and how many students were currently studying the Bible with them. Missionaries who had the most “sheep” were raised to leadership positions.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Apologized to Boston Bombing Victims Before Being Sentenced to Death

He also said that he prayed for “Allah to bestow his mercy on those affected in the bombing and their families … I pray for your relief, for your healing. For your well-being, for your health.” He prayed for his own family, as well. Immediately following the address, the judge announced that Tsarnaev would be executed for his crimes. A jury had previously recommended the death penalty, but a separate hearing with a judge is required for the sentence to be officially imposed ...

RZIM Canada

It was my privilege to attend the superbly organized Canadian RZIM Summer School at Trinity Western University this July. The conference brought together a team of gifted and diverse presenters and enthusiastic attendees who spanned a wide age range, dominated by students and recent graduates. God took this mix of people and spoke to them through His Word, worship, prayer and fellowship on how we might better understand our times and our calling. The topics were extremely relevant. I particularly appreciated the personal stories of how God worked in the lives of the presenters. Despite the dense and rich content, there was time for reflection, prayer, and opportunity for developing friendships. Overall, this was one of the most significant and cohesive conferences that I have ever been to. Stuart Hamilton, ON


“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

New movie takes on ‘gay’ stereotypes about Bible

“Around April 2014, I was with a friend in Huntington Beach in California, when I saw two girls walking towards us kissing each other. I asked if they would like to be on camera, and to my surprise they said that they would. These two ladies gave me an amazing 14-minute interview about gay marriage, the morality of homosexuality, and the gospel … and they ended up thanking me for not being judgmental. Yet I hadn’t compromised the gospel even slightly. It was as though God had dropped the foundation for a movie into my lap.

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The Supreme Court Ratifies a New Civic Religion That Is Incompatible with Christianity

More marriage Justice Kennedy's Rhetorical Flourishes Are Embarrassing, Not Praiseworthy The Supreme Court Has Legalized Same-Sex Marriage: Now What? Sweeping Aside Madison's Handiwork For many believers, this new era will present a unique challenge. Christians often strive to be seen as the “nicest” or “most loving” people in their communities. Especially among Evangelicals, there is a naïve belief that if only we were winsome enough, kind enough, and compassionate enough, the culture would welcome us with open arms. But now our love — expressed in the fullness of a Gospel that identifies homosexual conduct as sin but then provides eternal hope through justification and sanctification — is hate.

How to get things done in seminary: The 5 keys to productive scholarship

In my first year as a student at Southern Seminary, I took 48 credit hours in nine months: six classes in the fall semester, one class over J-term, six more classes in the spring semester, and three more in the month of June. (I would have taken even more if I could have, but that was the limit!) During the second semester, I finished all my assignments in the first six weeks so I could have the rest of the semester free to work more and do other things.


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US Churches Receive Less Trust Yet More Money Than Ever

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.

Debate - Does God Exist? William Lane Craig vs Peter Millican (Birmingham University, October 2011) - This debate on "Does God Exist?" took place in front of a capacity audience at the Great Hall, University of Birmingham. It was recorded on Friday 21st October 2011 as part of the UK Reasonable Faith Tour with William Lane Craig. William Lane Craig is Research Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, La Mirada, California and a leading philosopher of religion. Peter Millican is Gilbert Ryle Professor of Philosophy at Hertford College, University of Oxford and a noted scholar in studies of Hume. The debate was hosted by the University of Birmingham Student Philosophy Society, and the debate was moderated by Professor Carl Chinn. For more information on the Reasonable Faith Tour see Note: Reasonable Faith is now managing the drcraigvideos YouTube channel! We invite you to comment on William Lane Craig's videos in the forums at Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook: http://www.

ISIS May Be Creating Its Own Currency

Syrian activist group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently has tweeted pictures of coins that ISIS apparently plans to use as its own currency. Back in November, the “treasury department” of ISIS reportedly issued a statement on a jihadi forum about their plans to create a new currency. The coins show a world map, wheat stalks and the words “The Islamic State—a caliphate based on the doctrine of the Prophet” in Arabic. It’s unclear whether the coins are real, but economists have noted that it would be difficult for the group to create enough to replace the currencies in the areas they control. "The group could feasibly make as many gold, silver and copper coins as it wishes to, but the only value this so-called currency is going to have is the value of the precious metal itself," Laith Alkhouri, director of MENA Research and Analysis at Flashpoint Global Partners told Mashable . "No country will ever recognize it as legitimate” ...

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Ben Affleck May Direct and Star in an Upcoming Solo Batman Movie

Is Batfleck getting his own movie? According to rumors in The Latino Review —a site that seems to have some inside knowledge when it comes to superhero movies—following the release of Zack Snyder’s Batman V. Superman , the Caped Crusader may be featured in his own solo movie. The site is reporting that The Batman would be slated for a 2018 release, and in addition to featuring Affleck reprising his role as the Dark Knight, he would also direct the film, which may be written by his Argo -collaborator Chris Terrio. Obviously, the future Batman movie is still a rumor, and a lot can change in three years, but with a box office schedule full of Marvel releases, there’s a good chance we’ll be getting more Batman soon, as well ...


Women have entered the realm and achieved serious recognition as apologists and we have assembled some of the best in the country today. Not only are they apologists, but mothers, wives, grandmothers, and successful single women who have risen to the task and learned this much needed skill. These women are filling a void in the confirmation and defense of the gospel and they can help you do the same. Here’s three reasons why you should attend the New Jersey Women’s Apologetics Conference.

Study: Americans Throw Out $640 Worth of Food Each Year

Americans waste a lot of food. According to a new study from the American Chemistry Council, though more than half of all Americans repurpose meals to make leftovers, 76 percent end up trashing leftovers on a monthly basis. All that wasted food adds up to an average of $640 a year. Just to put that in perspective, that’s greater than the average monthly wage of many countries.

Why Do People Take Gun Issues So Personally?

I like what the author had to say overall. But, to draw the conclusion that since almost every act of terrorism has involved a gun of somekind is the main problem which needs more proposed "regulations" disregards the true key factor to these awful events, humans. We proudly claim that we'll "never forget" the tragic of event of 9/11 but really, we do forget the fact that the actions of those terrorists which killed thousands of people at once didn't use guns. They used airplanes. We don't blame the car when a drunk driver kills someone in an accident. We blame the drunk driver. Secondly, we already have enough "regulations" on guns anyways. And no matter what kind of additional laws the government adds to the stockpile of regulations you can never prevent evil people from doing evil things. It's going to happen. And making it even harder for law abiding citizens to obtain these firearms doesn't help anything. Limiting mag capacity only puts the good guys in a pickle, because we can't overlook the "black market". Ammo bans and so on are all methods of "backdoor gun control". And "600 rounds per minute" is really an irrelevant factor because that would only really be possible for a fully automatic rifle, not semi automatic which most people own since a fully automatic weapon is considered a class III weapon and you have to pay a tax stamp for it and go through a ton of other paperwork and background checking before you can own it.

Dr Craig Responds to the Objection that God Provides No Predictive Contribution to Science

For more resources visit: On February 1st, 2013 at Purdue University, Dr William Lane Craig participated in a debate with Dr Alex Rosenberg on the topic, "Is Faith In God Reasonable?" Over 5,000 people watched the event on the Purdue University campus along with tens of thousands streaming it live online from around the world. In this clip, Dr Craig responds to Dr Rosenberg's objection that God provides no predictive contribution to science and therefore is not a needed hypothesis. 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:

Couple Finds Out That Their Dream Home Comes With a Creepy Stalker

Three days after they closed on a new, $1.3 million house in Westfield, New Jersey last summer, Derek and Maria Broaddus received a disturbing letter from someone calling himself “The Watcher,” who claimed that he had been put in charge of watching the house, as his grandfather and father did before him. More letters followed, with creepy, vaguely threatening messages: “Why are you here? I will find out.” “Have they found what is in the walls yet? In time they will.” “I am pleased to know your names now and the name of the young blood you have brought to me.” “Who has the bedrooms facing the street? I’ll know as soon as you move in. It will help me know who is in which bedroom, then I can plan better.”

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Thoughts After the Profaning of Marriage Day

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WORLD | Nigerian Christians show us how to face persecution | Jamie Dean | June 27, 2015

I can’t predict what might flow from the Supreme Court’s hubris or God’s displeasure with it, but I can tell you what I’ve just witnessed from Christians suffering far worse abuse in the far corners of the globe: God gives courage when His children most need it, and the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ sometimes shines brightest when the world grows darkest.

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Whatever you ache for, whether it is money, status, glory, sex, influence, or all the above, I promise you that Satan will appear to offer it to you. He knows your vulnerabilities, and he will put what you lust for right in front of you. Then he will entice you to take it, as he did with Eve in the Garden of Eden. But as it was with her and later with Adam, you won’t get the prize without paying a dear price for it. You may even have to sell your soul to bring it home. You may begin to compromise your belief system, such as with dishonesty, sexual flirtation, excessive drinking, and exploitation of others. You might be among countless men who ignore the sexual and emotional needs of your wife. That can lead to your own inner loneliness, which gives rise to pornography, gambling, and other cheap thrills. It’s all part of the package.”

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