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Challenge Response: God Is Only Forgiving When He Smells Blood?

Here's my response to this week's challenge:

The Darwinian Origins of Euthanasia Advocacy

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

Peppered Moths, an Evolutionary Icon, Are Back

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

There’s Something Weirdly Satisfying About Seeing a Can of Silly String in a Hydraulic Press

The Internet is a magical place, where anyone with a specialized piece of industrial equipment can perform “science” experiments just for the fun of it. It’s a formula that’s worked for YouTube superstars like the team from “Will It Blend” and “The Slow Mo Guys.” Now, there’s a channel dedicated to putting random things into a hydraulic press for no real reason, and watching them as they are crushed. For reasons that are obvious, a video of a can of silly string getting the hydraulic press treatment has gone viral. Just be honest with yourself: You are going to watch this video even though it is the most pointless way you could possibly spend the next 90 seconds.

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FREE Social Media Management Dashboard | Twitter/Facebook Marketing Tool | Commun.it

“..I started using Commun.it to be more efficient on the way I manage out Twitter communities. My favorite features? The prioritized feed to focus on the relevant members of the community..”

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You Don’t Have to Know God’s Will

This is what I mean when I say that we don’t need to know God’s will if we are confident in God’s word. When God’s direction and purposes for us are unclear, his promises are always crystal clear. God frequently calls us to stand on the rock of his promises and faithfulness in the murky, swirling fog of perplexing circumstances (Hebrews 10:23). Is this not the story of almost every Biblical saint?

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4 2016 West Coast Conference

In the face of cultural hostility, followers of Christ must not compromise the bold historical witness of the Christian faith. We stand not on a mere idea or a fanciful myth, but on historical events that testify to the fact that Jesus is Lord and Savior. We must be prepared to articulate and defend our faith so that we can give an answer for the hope that is within us (1 Peter 3:15). To help prepare you for this task, our West Coast Conference in Seattle will be centered on the theme of "The Gospel."

5 4 Reasons Your Kids Should Sit with You on Sunday

Not every instance of bringing our kids to the worship service is like that, of course, but it can be a difficult transition, both for our little ones and for us. So if it’s that hard, why would a church encourage kids (not necessarily babies) to sit in worship with their families? Here are four areas why I believe this is helpful: discipleship, education, tradition, and opportunity.

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Eric Metaxas on 'The Faith of Christopher Hitchens'

Isn't the idea that someone can't value someone without valuing their views proof that some people can't tell the difference between zeal and fanaticism? Why should not a convinced atheist value the friendship of a Christian. If he values the best things that atheists claim to stand up for such as knowledge and intellectual honor, surely he can appreciate having a worthy sparring partner who can train him. He might become a better atheist presuming he does not want to become a Christian. Someone who values his cause so much that he cannot be gentlemanly toward his enemy is a bigot. Someone who values gentlemanliness so much that he has no cause is a mercenary. To much these days people have the first fault.

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Will Heaven Be Boring? - Christian Research Institute

An all-too-prevalent perception in Christianity and culture is that heaven is going to be one big bore. Pardon the golf analogy, but I’ve heard more than one person say that a never ending repetition of holes-in-one would make even Tiger Woods want to give up the game of golf. Of course, that is far from what heaven will be.

8 Are Atheists Afraid of God?

The question might seem silly, because atheists claim not to believe in God at all. But claims don’t always match behavior, as the reaction to a recent book illustrates. That book is “The Faith of Christopher Hitchens,” by Christian apologist Larry Alex Taunton, who tells the story of his remarkable friendship with Hitchens, the writer and ardent atheist who died in 2011. The book focuses on two long road trips during which they actually studied the Gospel of John together. (Mr. Taunton drove while Hitch, who had been...

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Can You Be a Gay Christian Rock Star? | The Stream

Trey is hopeful that he’ll be able to continue his career unaffected, but that will only happen to the extent that his audience is not made of committed Christians. Otherwise, his group’s popularity will quickly wane, just as has happened to other Christian artists who have come out as gay.

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Breathe in the Happiness of Heaven

I grew up in an unbelieving home, and first heard about Christ as a teenager. Initially, Bible stories seemed no more true than the Greek mythology and comics I loved. Then I read the Gospels, and believed that Jesus was real, and then superheroes became mere shadows of him. When Jesus rescued me, I experienced a profound happiness I’d never known, and have never gotten over. My heartfelt gladness was the result of being born again, forgiven, and indwelt by God’s Spirit. “Happy are those whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered” (Psalm 32:1, NRSV).

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'Casual Dating' Can't Stay That Way

I really appreciate this article and I've been trying to learn how to navigate the whole, millennial dating world and I'm learning that 'casual' is the current climate. If you want something more than that, people think you're too clingy or needy. I think for me, I've been learning that it's not that I am either of those things, but that I know that I'm worth your undivided attention and time. If it doesn't work out, fine. But let's not try and pretend that it didn't work out because of anything the other person did--it didn't work out because you lacked commitment and decisiveness--give it your all or don't. Let's stop playing around with people's hearts and just be honest with them and ourselves.

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The Briefing 06-03-16 - AlbertMohler.com

Now here we need to go a bit further as Christians and come to understand that human moral responsibility is not only affirmed in Scripture, but also affirmed in Scripture is the fact that every single human being, made in God’s image, is what is described rightly as a psychosomatic unity—that is the unity of body and of soul, that God has made us spiritual beings, that a part of what it means to be made in His image is indeed to possess a soul that is not merely a physicalist reality that is tied only to our brains but is something that will survive us. And you see that’s where we come to understand that in rejecting the grand truth claims of Christianity rooted in Scripture, the modern secular worldview doesn’t disagree with us, doesn’t come into conflict with the biblical worldview only at isolated points where collision might happen, but in virtually every single point, now coming down to the very definition of what it means to be human and the question as to whether or not humans are morally responsible.

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Premier Christian on Twitter

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British missionary reunited with baby after hospital swap - premier

A Christian missionary couple have been reunited with their baby after they were given the wrong child in hospital.

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New Emoji Bible Recalls Age-Old Translation Debate

These religious-themed options actually rank among the most-misconstrued emojis, according to computer science researchers at the University of Minnesota. NPR reported on their findings, indicating that praise hands rank No. 2 on the list of most-confusing emoji, and prayer hands rank No. 6. (One reason is that the emojis look different on various platforms; what looks like two hands pressed together on Apple devices turns up as a grey—almost alien-looking–figure on Microsoft .)

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If You Can Keep It

If You Can Keep It is at once a thrilling review of America's uniqueness, and a sobering reminder that America's greatness cannot continue unless we truly understand what our founding fathers meant for us to be.  The book includes a stirring call-to-action for every American to understand the ideals behind the "noble experiment in ordered liberty" that is America. It also paints a vivid picture of the tremendous fragility of that experiment and explains why that fragility has been dangerously forgotten—and in doing so it lays out our own responsibility to live those ideals and carry on those freedoms. Metaxas believes America is not a nation bounded by ethnic identity or geography, but rather by a radical and unprecedented idea, based upon liberty and freedom. It's time to reconnect to that idea before America loses the very foundation for what made it exceptional in the first place.

17 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

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

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Are Christians Still Free To Share The Gospel In Our Society? // Evanagelism // The FAQ Sessions

Every Thursday afternoon at 5pm on Premier Drive, Loretta Andrews asks the experts about some of things that we've all had questions about; It could be prayer, the Bible, or even learning how to walk with the Lord in a more practical way. From May 2016, Premier Drive will team up with Evangelical Alliance directors Gavin Calver and Dr Dave Landrum to tackle some of the biggest questions on evangelism - has the Church lost its way or has it simply just lost touch with how things should be done? More questions and answers from the Premier Drive FAQ Sessions: http://www.premierchristianradio.com/... | For more video and audio content: http://player.premier.org.uk | Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/togetherpremier | Tweet us @TogetherPremier

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Germany recognises killing of Armenians - many of them Christian - as genocide - premier

The German parliament has voted to label the killings of Armenians, many of them Christians, by Ottoman Turks a century ago as genocide.

20 Britain's worst paedophile 'was a devout Christian' - premier

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The Briefing 06-02-16 - AlbertMohler.com

Now you have the same demographer making the comment in terms of this article that China is going to face an absolute economic meltdown with the aging of its population and the radical decline of young workers entering the economy. French’s article also raises a new kind of vocabulary for us as we look to the political issues that are going to be faced not only by China, but other governments. It’s a question, he says, of “guns and canes,” quoting Mark L. Haas, a political scientist at Duquesne University. By using the phrase “guns and canes,” he’s drawing attention to the old formula that used to be discussed of the political decision between spending money for guns or butter—that is, the decision faced by government as to whether or not it would spend government funds on national defense or on social programs—also there, guns and butter. But now it’s guns and canes, says Haas. It is going to come down to whether the government has to spend money primarily on social services for the elderly, there are the canes, or for guns. French goes so far as to say that China is now faced with a nearly impossible situation.

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"Lord, I Thank Thee That I am not Like Those Evangelical Trump Supporters"

We can a different view—and state that view. But, what we can’t do is pray, “Dear Lord, I thank Thee that I am not Like those Evangelical Trump Supporters.”

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Died: Robertson McQuilkin, College President Praised for Alzheimer’s Resignation

Their love story went national when Muriel developed Alzheimer’s disease and was eventually terrified to be without McQuilkin. Some of his friends advised him to put her into an institution. But he chose instead to leave Columbia eight years short of retirement in order to care for her.

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Nancy French on Twitter

@NancyAFrench loved reading this. The real war on women (and marriage) has always been waged by the left. Thanks for the service!

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How to Be a Woman Who Waits Well

Howard spotlights the redemptive role waiting plays in the Christian life. Her case for waiting passionately and hopefully has no trace of the trite, empty assurances women commonly pass among themselves. She isn’t ending the conversation with “as soon as you’re content, the Lord will give you the desires of your heart!” Instead, she compassionately and thoughtfully guides us into God’s intent, as revealed in Scripture. God’s ultimate goal in making us wait, she says, is to give us himself. He also uses our waiting to tell certain stories again and again until history is complete.

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Seven Ways to Improve Your Preaching

This is a besetting sin for many preachers (including this one). Suppose you are preaching on idolatry and say something like this: “We are all idol-makers. We worship false gods that cannot save. They may be gods of money or sex or power or children or career or relationships or comfort or health.” I’ve preached like that dozens of times. It’s not wrong. But a list like that is liable to whiz by most people. For one, it sounds familiar to regular churchgoers. And second, it is too high up the ladder of abstraction to penetrate the human heart.

27 Are Atheists Afraid of God?

The question might seem silly, because atheists claim not to believe in God at all. But claims don’t always match behavior, as the reaction to a recent book illustrates. That book is “The Faith of Christopher Hitchens,” by Christian apologist Larry Alex Taunton, who tells the story of his remarkable friendship with Hitchens, the writer and ardent atheist who died in 2011. The book focuses on two long road trips during which they actually studied the Gospel of John together. (Mr. Taunton drove while Hitch, who had been...

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Eric Metaxas Show on Twitter

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http://killingjesuschrist.blogspot.com/2016/03/the-truth-about-lying.html

• As opening day for the 2015 Major League baseball season draws near, one of the biggest clouds ever hovers over New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez. After defiantly denying in public that he had used banned performance-enhancing substances, baseball’s highest paid player reportedly told federal drug agents and prosecutors behind closed doors that he had indeed used steroids. Rodriguez received immunity from prosecution in exchange for confessing. His admission rang familiar to when Mark McGwire came clean five years ago. McGwire had previously misled Congress about his steroid use, but in the end, he acknowledged he had used the drugs, even as he eclipsed baseball’s single season home run record in 1998 while playing with the St. Louis Cardinals.

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Karen Swallow Prior on Twitter

In hopes of promoting dialogue and understanding: Two truths to consider on transgender identity | Think Christian https://thinkchristian.reframemedia.com/two-truths-to-consider-regarding-transgender-identity …

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Why Sincerity of Belief is Not Enough

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Pastor Troy Murphy of Green Bay Community Church about the importance of accuracy and knowledge in the life of every believer. For more information about Green Bay Community Church, visit http://www.gbcommunitychurch.com/

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Reasons To Believe : Was Jesus’ Arrival Accurately Predicted in the Bible?

We must also decide how to define the arrival of the Messiah. Do we use Jesus’ birthdate, the date he began his ministry, the date of his crucifixion, or some other date? The date that many scholars have accepted as the time of the Messiah’s arrival is Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. The reason for choosing this date is that this is when Jesus publicly declared that he was the Messiah. Before then, he told only select people, like his disciples, and he often reminded them to keep his identity secret. History chronologists have estimated that Jesus’ triumphal entry fell on Monday, March 30, AD 33.

33 More on SAGECons, Christian Persecution, Socialist Peril, American Indians, and March for Jesus

Sowell on Socialism. If you are not a regular reader of Thomas Sowell, you should be. He has a gift for making economics—“the dismal science”—a bit less dismal, or at least a bit easier to understand. His book “ Basic Economics ” has a prominent place on my bookshelf and I refer to it often. Sowell’s latest column is one that everyone who cares about the poor and income inequality should read. It acknowledges the charms of socialism: “Socialism sounds great. It has always sounded great. And it will probably always continue to sound great.” However, he continues, “It is only when you go beyond rhetoric, and start looking at hard facts, that socialism turns out to be a big disappointment, if not a disaster. While throngs of American young people are cheering loudly for socialism on the campaign trail, socialism has turned oil-rich Venezuela into a place where there are shortages of everything from toilet paper to beer, where electricity keeps shutting down, and where there are long lines of people hoping to get food, people complaining that they cannot feed their families.” There’s more.

34 Making an Atheist Cry

Nicolle Cliffe might have been named “the person least likely to become a Christian.” It’s not that she was hostile to Christians or Christianity, like Richard Dawkins or the apostle formerly known as Saul. No, Nicolle had become an atheist since her college years, and thought her Christian friends suffered a benign delusion that probably helped them deal with life.

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Chizor Akisanya // Having a Disabilty and a Purpose in Life // The Profile

Chizor Akisanya is a Pastor at Jesus House. She has a bachelor’s degree in Law from the University of Warwick and a master’s in International Law from the University of Nottingham. She is qualified as a Barrister in Nigeria and a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. She is also author of 'Complete in Him: Finding Hope in Disability and Child Loss'. In this clip, Chizor tells Premier's Muyiwa, about feeling loved and having a purpose in life, despite being born with a disabiliy. Join us for an in-depth interview with a well known Christian speaker, author or public figure every Saturday afternoon. The Profile is broadcast every Saturday at 4pm on Premier Christian Radio and is brought to you in association with Premier Christianity Magazine. For more 'The Profile' interviews, visit: http://www.premierchristianradio.com/... | For more video and audio content: http://player.premier.org.uk | Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/togetherpremier | Tweet us @TogetherPremier

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How to Pray When You Don't Feel Like It

Keep this in mind: David was not relaxing in some palace when he wrote all this. On the contrary, he was not yet king. Instead, he was being chased down by King Saul and his army. He was hiding in the desert to keep from being killed. David could have easily blamed God. He could have been wrought with confusion and questioned if God really loved him or if he was being punished. Interestingly, it doesn’t look like he ever truly doubted his standing with God or his value to Him (never for long, anyway).

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CrossExamined Radio w/ Dr. Frank Turek

Listen to CrossExamined with Frank Turek on American Family Radio network Saturday, 10-11 am Eastern on AFR network streaming audio and FM radio Tune in to our weekly call-in radio program hosted by Frank Turek on American Family Radio network. Join Frank as he discusses challenging topics, takes calls from listeners, and interviews dynamic Christian apologists. Sponsored by CrossExamined.org, this apologetics program is both informative and entertaining!  It is also available in podcast at the iTunes link below.

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Some Experts Think Donald Trump Could Be a Threat to the Constitution

Trump said of the judge, "They ought to look into Judge Curiel, because what Judge Curiel is doing is a total disgrace,” Mr. Trump said. “O.K.? But we will come back in November. Wouldn’t that be wild if I am president and come back and do a civil case?”

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Math: Christian Songwriters Love ‘Grace’ But Often Ignore ‘Sin’ and ‘Judgment’

Let's think about this logically for a minute since logic alone is the basis for this article. When we worship, the Bible commands us to "enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and His courts with praise"... So what are we thankful and full of praise for? Sin? Death? Fear? It's ridiculous when you think about it... You can't examine something like worship through the scope of logic only. It is a combination of emotion and logic...or as the Bible states...spirit and truth. Even the Bible itself tells us what to worship and praise Him for: praise Him for His mighty works; praise Him, for His love endures forever, etc.. As I type this, many modern worship songs by Tomlin, Redman, Crowder, Hillsong, Rend, etc. are coming to mind. What if the music being written now is how God intended it to be all along...We do have something to compare it to; an example to follow: Psalms. It's good for more than the 23 chapter at a funeral or in a piece of fluffy artwork hanging on your wall. I agree with Juan on this one. Logic is a beautiful thing in its place, but in this case, it has over simplified something that is larger than itself.

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Is Bernie Sanders Religious?

Senator Bernie Sanders has advanced further in the presidential campaign than any other Jewish citizen before him. (In 2000, Senator Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut was the vice presidential candidate on Al Gore’s ticket.) Some have commented on how little has been made—and how little Sanders has made—of his Jewishness. Yet many others are trying to understand the relationship of Judaism and Jewishness to Sanders and the positions he advocates. Judaism, and membership in the Jewish people, fit no category of faith and religion familiar to most Christians. Ironically, Sanders’ own untraditional relationship to his faith and faith community actually presents an opportunity for America to learn some unique, aspects about Judaism and the Jewish people.

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A Dead Gorilla Highlights Zoos' Bigger Problem

Last Saturday, a four-year-old boy climbed the wall of the Cincinnati Zoo’s gorilla exhibit and tumbled into the moat. After Harambe, the zoo’s 17-year-old gorilla, dragged the boy through the water multiple times, a zookeeper shot and killed the animal. Over the weekend, the story provoked national speculation, fury, and sadness over parenting, zoos, and dead animals.

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2016 West Coast Conference: Day 2

Stay tuned for an announcement next week when the messages become available to stream for free. However, below is a summary and several highlights from today:

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10 Arguments for the Existence of God

Christians often encounter people who doubt the existence of God. While most atheists & agnostics are non-confrontational, there is a vocal minority who are obnoxious, aggressive, and downright mean. When you are ridiculed, do you back down, or do you eagerly defend your faith?

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These New Family-Oriented Steph Curry Emojis Are Outselling Kim Kardashian

Steph Curry emoji app now top paid app in store, passes Kim Kardashian emoji app pic.twitter.com/HIappKuSBI— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) June 2, 2016 But, there’s something a little different about “StephMojis.” Instead of just portraying images of Steph on the court, many of the icons depict the Curry family, with several dedicated to Ayesha and the couple’s young children. Curry, who is an outspoken Christian (even his signature shoes have a reference to Phil. 4:13 on them), is also known as a dedicated father and husband. Ayesha Curry has developed a huge following of fans of her own, sharing popular recipes with her more than 3 million Instagram followers .

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Is It Impossible to Redeem Electronic Media? - Christian Research Institute

There is no scientific evidence for this accusation. Even if this physical theory of electronic media were true, in all fairness wouldn’t one have to apply it to other electronic media as well? Should films, whose images are made up of continuous-color-toned celluloid through which white light passes rather than multiple electronic dots through which colored lights are displayed, escape Postman’s criticisms? Are they not also intrinsically deceptive or bad? Or, worse, what about the mechanics of reading, Postman’s ideal medium of mental acuity? When reading, we see the individual splotches of ink on the page and our mind registers words, concepts, and impressions, all in an automatic, “thoughtless” process. Reading electronic text on a computer screen also presents a problem for Postman’s theory. When Postman wrote his criticisms in 1985, there was of course no Internet to bring electronic media to the desktops of American homes like running water. He could not have envisioned that the primary content of this new medium, ironically, would be words that are electronically composed of tiny electronic dots.

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Jesus and the Law

And so Jesus, because he loves even these hypocritical, greedy, self-righteous religious leaders—as he loves us in our sin—is telling them the truth despite the fact that they are mocking him. As perhaps some of you hear this, your response may be akin to theirs, “This is silly. This is crazy. This is outdated.” And maybe, at least in your heart, you’re laughing at the words of Jesus, as they did. This shows us that we are like them. We’re not good people. We’re bad people. And at the end of the day, we cannot stand before God and have him declare that we have lived a sinless, perfect, wonderful, faultless, flawless life. None of us will. Theologically, we’re all sinners. Practically, this is what people mean, even those who are not Christian, when they say, “No one is perfect.” That’s indeed true. That’s indeed true. And your success cannot save you. And any comfort, blessing, ease that you have in your life is not indicative of God’s approval.

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What Does Christianity Say About the Nature of Humans? - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

So why is this “Doctrine of Man” so important ? Why do we, as Christians, need to understand the Christian position on this issue? Why is a proper understanding of humanity so important to Christian Orthodoxy? Well, if we don’t first understand our desperate need, we won’t come to understand the power and urgency of the Good News of Jesus. If you don’t understand your true condition, your fallen nature and the inability of your own efforts to save yourself, you won’t move to seek and find the Savior who has come to give us what we simply can’t earn on our own. We need a proper understanding of our human nature so we can have a correct understanding of our spiritual need and a proper appreciation for the power and grace of God. This understanding will eventually shape our love and awe of God, our gratitude for Salvation and our love of the Savior. Without an understanding of who we are, we can never truly appreciate who God is.

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Ligonier Ministries on Twitter

. @RCSproul (via video) answering questions from our Seattle conference attendees. #ligcon pic.twitter.com/4yyOXAL1PF

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Cross Examined on the App Store

Have you ever wanted to share this app with a friend, family member, or co-worker? If so, we've made it super easy for you with our new app sharing feature! Just open the side menu and to the right of the app name you'll see a share icon, which allows you to effortlessly text a download link to anyone you wish. You can also share the app through Facebook, Twitter, or any outlet you choose. This update also includes a few bug fixes, just for good measure.

50 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily

.@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily, by Maryann Spikes: Daily Christian apologetics and news fresh to your desktop, courtesy Ichthus77.com.

51 http://rickwarren.org/devotional/english/you-can-count-on-god1
52 Why Christians Need to Renew Their Commitment to Share the Gospel
53 The Five "As" of Porn Consumption Today
54 How Do We Help Kids Who Have Left the Faith?
55 Christ Returned Good for Your Evil
56 Ligonier Ministries
57 Why We Need to Go Back to Basics and Make a Case for Our Worldview
58 Humility Is Not Always Nice
59 Really Recommended Posts 6/3/16- Historical Apologetics, creationism, and more!
60 Loving Jesus, Saving Jews
61 Premier Christianity on Twitter
62 Signposts: How Should You Talk to Your Children About Transgender Issues? - Russell Moore
63 The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything
64 13 Reasons We Need Church History
65 ThinkChristian on Twitter
66 Ligonier.org
67 http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/06/alvin-plantinga-on-science-and.html
68 Interview With A Former Skeptic: 3 Important Lessons
69 Megyn Kelly on Trump calling out Judge Curio in Trump U case (6.2.16)
70 Radically Devoted - St. Augustine
71 Church of England: We need to Rev up clergy numbers - premier
72 Interdenominational bust-up at bookshop - premier
73 Vicar claims he was shoved by Brexit supporters - premier
74 You Are Worth What You Value
75 Government defiant amid calls for more atheism in RE lessons - premier
76 When Your Pastor Preaches a Sermon Dud
77 James Robison: My Amazing Encounter With Muhammad Ali | The Stream
78 The Moment of Truth by Steven Lawson | June 4, 2016
79 BreakPoint This Week: Gorillas and the Image of God
80 Obama administration gave Planned Parenthood $550 million in 2015
81 Dream Job Alert: Time Inc Is Now Hiring a Bacon Critic
82 Rob Bell Revisited: 5 Years Later
83 A Quarter-life Crisis Survival Guide
84 New Report Finds that Nearly 46 Million People Are Currently Living in Slavery
85 Prayer in the Facebook Age | Mark Bauerlein
86 RELEVANT Podcast: Malachi Kirby
87 Robert Howell ن on Twitter
88 Ligonier Ministries on Twitter
89 Ligonier Ministries on Twitter
90 http://evidence4god.blogspot.com/2016/06/the-religious-heart-of-bachs-music-wsj.html
91 Sharpen Your Affections with Fasting
92 13 Simple Ways to Improve Your Family Vacation
93 The Christian life isn’t meant to be effortless