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

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Hear the Spoken-Word Harvard Graduation Speech Everyone Is Talking About

Last week, Donovan Livingston delivered what Harvard Graduate School of Education has called, “One of the most powerful, heartfelt student speeches you will ever hear!” Using a spoken word poem, the master’s degree recipient addresses the power of education, overcoming injustice and correcting problems within the education system itself. Since he first delivered the speech, it’s garnered millions of views online. Livingston explained to NPR that choosing poetry as a means of delivering his speech came naturally. I believe poetry is the best mechanism of communication I could have possible thought of. I have been doing spoken word poetry for the past 10 or 11 years, and it's been a huge part of my identity. And a spoken word piece was the best way to do my voice justice. You can hear his full speech below.

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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.

http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/06/video-universe-from-nothing-therefore.html

Here’s a Trailer for a New Documentary About the Life of Michael Vick

Michael Vick remains one of the most polarizing figures in American sports, and now a new documentary from Bleacher Report is taking a closer look at the NFL superstar’s rise, fall and eventual comeback. As most NFL fans know, Vick went from being one of the most electrifying players in the league, to be arrested for his role in running an illegal dog fighting ring. After spending two years in prison, Vick eventually returned to football, but remained a controversial figure in American sports. Shortly after he was released, Vick told 60 Minutes, that he took responsibility for his action, and in prison, rediscovered his faith. "I just reached the point in my career where I just totally lost touch with my Lord and Savior. And I thought I could do it on my own. And I couldn't. So I had to resurrect that back into my life.” The movie which tells the story of his life and comeback releases in July.

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When the Not-Yet Married Meet: Dating to Display Jesus

Dating is a matter of doing your best to discern a person’s ability to fulfill God’s vision and purpose for marriage with you. While you might be the one with the final say, you might not be the best person to assess at every point. Just as in every other area of your Christian life, you need the body of Christ as you think about who to date, how to date, and when to wed.

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8 Books to Read When You’re Struggling to Read the Bible

Of course, nothing can replace the Scriptures—nothing else contains the words of life—but I’m realizing that, more often than not, I need a gentle voice to guide my meditation. I need someone to speak the liturgy out loud so that I can repeat it. The metaphors and insights into the Bible that other writers offer in their books make me feel less alone. And by ushering me down the roads of their own faith journeys, they give me the courage to keep moving toward God.

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The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything

The Beam Family talks about their hit film Miracles From Heaven and the incredible true story behind it. Listen here....

6 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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Good Parents Connect, Not Just Correct

Far from squashing our children’s interests or suffocating the spirit in them, we’re charged as parents to cultivate their hearts, and direct them in ways that are true, beautiful, and good. Surely, this will include the pruning of discipline, but our first pursuit is not to hunt for the evil in them and attack it, but look for the good and instruct them. It is far too easy to fall into a kind of merely reactive “discipline” that tries to kill off the weeds of sin by chopping aggressively at the heart of the plant. But true discipline carefully identifies the bulb and gently pulls away at the weeds of sin, so as not to harm the heart of a fledging plant before it ever has the opportunity to blossom.

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When Your Pastor Preaches a Sermon Dud

Newton asks us to stop and consider the struggles and the sacrifices and the challenges your pastor faces on a regular basis. The demands of pastoral ministry and preaching are great. Not to mention family demands. And on top of the demands, in many cases the pastor carries within himself a greater desire to serve you than he has the gifts to make it happen. He wants to stir the affections of his people, and yet knows how hard this aim is in reality.

9 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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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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The Problem with the Pinterest Dream Wedding

The pressure is real, and it will be for you. Society’s sermon points are clear. When your wedding pictures finally drop on social media, you want them to be better than the wedding pictures your maid-of-honor posted when she got married. Your table centerpieces need to be altogether trendy but not cliché; homespun, yet done with elegance; original, yet exactly what people expect a centerpiece to look like. And what about the gifts for your wedding party? Better start logging hours on Etsy. The venue could be a church, but it can’t be an ugly church. And the reception should probably be outdoors, but only at exactly the right time of year. It all seems so compelling online and in the popular imagination, but silly when we step back and think about what this day is really about.

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7 Questions to Ask an Older Mother

However, I also tell them it’s vitally important to have the advice and wisdom gained from moms who have spent years raising children. While they may not remember the specific details of how they got their baby to sleep through the night or what is developmentally appropriate for a 2-year-old, they are a goldmine of wisdom. As a mom of young children, I often focused so much on the momentary struggle that I didn’t take the time to ask the larger and more consequential questions of some of the older women in my life. Here are some of the questions I encourage moms of young children to ask (and the ones I’m asking the older moms in my life):

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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.

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A Bunch of Bob Ross Episodes Have Been Added to Netflix in Case You’re Looking for a New Way to Unwind

Have you had a long, stressful day? Are you looking for a way to unwind and relax? Has all of life’s little worries got you down? Well, Netflix might just have a way to make it all just melt away with the help of tranquil landscapes and some happy clouds, blowing through the sky.

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Dream Job Alert: Time Inc Is Now Hiring a Bacon Critic

Extra Crispy is seeking a freelance Bacon Critic to cover the bacon beat, spanning bacon’s role in food, drinks, and culture. Our Bacon Critic can live anywhere in the U.S. and will spend a three-month appointment researching, writing about, obsessing over, and critiquing bacon. Yes, this is a very real paid freelance position we’re looking to fill in the near future.

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Can't wait to dive in to this one! Release date is 6/14. Review up on my site soon! @ericmetaxas #IfYouCanKeepIt pic.twitter.com/QzlxNldsRM

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If jealousy is sin, how can God be jealous? - Christian Research Institute

God is referred to in Scripture as jealous, and jealousy is referred to in Scripture as sin. The second commandment explicitly says that God is a jealous God (Exodus 20:4–5; cf. 34:14); yet, in Galatians Paul condemns jealousy in the same breath as idolatry (Galatians 5:19–20). How can this be?

19 A Comparison between Jesus and Muhammad

Following is a chart that shows some of the strong differences between Jesus and Mohammed. The Muslims revere Mohammed as the greatest of prophets, yet Jesus clearly demonstrated greater authority, teaching, and miracles than Mohammed ever did. Why would anyone want to follow Mohammed over Jesus when Jesus claimed to be divine, performed many miracles, said that He alone was the truth, raised people from the dead, and rose from the dead Himself, and Mohammed did none of these things. However, Mohammed did have people killed, spread his religion through war, married a very young girl and had relations with her when she was nine years of age, and taught hatred of Jews and Christians.

20 'The Faith of Christopher Hitchens'

“The truth is,” Taunton writes, “there were those who did not want us to be friends.” Sadly, he’s referring to Christians as well as atheists. It can be so hard for us to accept that people with such radically different beliefs can form connections; we’re terrified that such connections may lead us to water down our convictions. But for Taunton and Hitchens, it was just the opposite. In “The Faith of Christopher Hitchens,” you’ll see how their friendship made both of them better people.

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http://lukenixblog.blogspot.com/2011/06/can-religion-be-tested-for-truth.html

Most of the time, I'm not too fond of using the term "religion". I normally prefer to use "worldview" because it is more clear about what all a belief-system entails. However, for this post, I will use the term common for the question posed in the title: Can religion be tested for truth? Many years ago, I would not have even thought to ask if religion can be tested for truth. I never thought much about it, because the obvious answer to me seemed to be "Yes". Apparently, though, many people are questioning whether religion can be tested for truth today. Some even say that religion can't be tested, thus such a term as "true religion" is an oxymoron. A common slogan that I hear is, "You can't put God in a test tube". I thought that I might take a few minutes to break this down and form some kind of defense for the idea that religion can be tested. Just to get us started, I want to give a basic definition of "religion". I want to go with "a series of beliefs and practices". If we further define "beliefs", we find that beliefs are a series of propositions about reality that one trusts accurately reflect reality.

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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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Meet the Man Behind the Bono and Eugene Peterson Conversation

At first glance, the film simply offers two celebrities chatting about music, mosh (not mash) pits, and the psalms. But for Taylor, the two men embody his own long-term mission. Bono’s music is infused with biblical passion, while Peterson leads with the soul of an artist and writes with the soul of a poet. Cultivating those kinds of artists and pastors—and kindling friendships between them—is the heartbeat of Taylor’s work.

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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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Nigerian Christian stabbed to death for insulting Muhammad - premier

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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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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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New Report Finds that Nearly 46 Million People Are Currently Living in Slavery

India was far and away the worst offender in terms of sheer numbers. There, more than 18 million people live in slavery. However, when it comes to the most slaves per capita, North Korea—which is ruled by a tyrannical dictator—was actually worse. Because of the country’s massive labor camps that house hundreds of thousands of political prisoners, more than 4 percent of the entire population lives as slaves.

29 The Briefing 06-06-16 - AlbertMohler.com

The press has often reported Baylor University as a Baptist institution and many have described it as the largest Southern Baptist college or university, but actually it is not now and has never been under the control of the Southern Baptist Convention. But the other big story here has to do with the battle for Baylor’s soul, a battle that has consumed much of the institutions energy over the last 20 years. After Baylor declared its institutional independence from the Baptist General Convention of Texas, the successor to Herb Reynolds in 1995 was Robert Sloan. And Robert Sloan wanted to identify Baylor University with a more explicitly integrationist and evangelical understanding. This led to a tumultuous decade, a part of which included the adoption of a report known as Baylor 2012, a long-range plan to catapult Baylor into the top tier of American universities and, according to the vision of Robert Sloan, also to create a Baptist parallel to the University of Notre Dame and Roman Catholicism—that is, a school that would represent an evangelical research university on par with Notre Dame in the Catholic tradition.

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A Quarter-life Crisis Survival Guide

When God asks us to give up our dreams, we’re instantly disheartened. It's not an easy thing to do. But we have to remember that Jesus came to earth for us to have life and have it abundantly. You can have lots of dreams and desires in your lifetime, but we all know that not all dreams are beneficial. Some of man's desires are selfish and futile that may lead to self destruction. Society will convince you to chase dreams that aren’t fruitful. They will keep you busy with thoughts of all the things you “need” to be happy. Sometimes there are still matters of the heart that is needed to be settled and that’s why we haven’t achieved that huge goal we’ve set for ourselves. That is how faithful our God is: He desires for us to fully enjoy our blessings, giving it to us when our character and heart are ready to handle it.

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The Truth about Ramadan (David Wood)

http://www.answeringmuslims.com Ramadan 2016 has started, so this is a great time to learn about Islam's holiest month. Fasting during Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. "Sawm" is the Arabic word for “fasting” (derived from a Syriac term meaning “to abstain”); however, in its religious context, sawm refers specifically to Islamic fasting as prescribed in the Qur’an and the Hadith. When fasting, Muslims are required to abstain from food, beverages (including water), and sexual intercourse during daylight hours (from dawn to sunset). Sawm is especially associated with Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Muslims who are physically able and not otherwise exempt (e.g., while traveling or waging jihad) are required to fast from dawn to sunset for the entire month. Islamic fasting, however, is actually a series of feasts. Most Muslims celebrating Ramadan eat a tremendous amount of food before sunrise and have a feast after sunset. Numerous reports have shown that Muslims consume far more food during Ramadan than during other months. The results are obesity, diabetes, and other health problems.

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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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James Robison: My Amazing Encounter With Muhammad Ali | The Stream

When Muhammad Ali died Friday at the age of 74, I thought back to the day when I was privileged and very surprised to meet with him privately not long before his retirement from the ring. I was in Southern California for an interview on a television network, and I was riding with publicist Duane Ward, one of those people who can open any door and who sees every challenge as an opportunity. We were somewhere between Hollywood and Beverly Hills when the driver pointed to a house we were passing and said, “There’s Muhammad Ali’s house.”

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Introducing the Evangelical History Blog

Welcome to the Evangelical History blog of The Gospel Coalition! This blog is a partnership between Justin Taylor and Thomas Kidd (me). Many of you will know Justin from his influential Between Two Worlds blog, which will be continuing at TGC while he and I also collaborate on this initiative.

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Another Muhammad Ali? Probably Never

He was an all-timer as a boxer, and an all-timer as a performer, and I suspect he would have been a giant in any era. One of the joys of watching sports is when you see someone who appears absolutely born to do it: the athlete who possesses that combination of skill and work ethic that makes them appear preternaturally built for their chosen craft. Ali had that as a boxer—I’ll cede here to the Journal’s great boxing writer, Gordon Marino, who praised, among other things, Ali’s grace and “ability to detect a punch even as his opponent was just thinking about the blow.” But Ali may have been even more preternatural as a personality. He was a talker unlike any talker before—spend 20 minutes on YouTube watching Ali videos and you have to thoroughly recalibrate your idea of what makes a compelling athlete interview. And Ali seemed to always be compelling—whether in the aftermath of a prizefight; defending himself on the steps of a public building; being awkwardly picked apart by suits on a public affairs show; or relaxing on the loungey West Coast couch of Johnny Carson.

36 Life in prison for 'devout Christian' paedophile - premier

A man who used his Christian faith to abuse hundreds of children in Malaysia has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 25 years.

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How the Cross Shapes a Husband’s Love

But how is it possible to impart so great a love? Not every husband can. But to Christian husbands God gives a special gift. Cleansed of sin by the blood of Jesus, they are made fit receptacles for the indwelling Christ. And when Christ dwells in husbands, he transforms them into his own image, from one stage of glory to the next (2 Cor. 3:18), stamping his love on their hearts (Eph. 3:17). Through the Spirit’s internal work, Christian husbands can draw on the vast reservoir of Christ’s love and pour out that love for their wives.

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Christian union stopped from meeting in UK college - premier

A Christian union at a college in Britain has reportedly been stopped from meeting under the government's counter-extremism strategy.

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http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/06/07/us/politics/democrats-trump-presidential-race.html

In Indiana, state Democratic Party officials held a news conference on Monday to assail Mr. Trump’s remarks about Judge Curiel, who was born in the state and graduated from Indiana University’s law school. But the party’s chairman, John Zody, spent even more time criticizing Gov. Mike Pence, a Republican seeking re-election this year, and Republican House and Senate candidates in Indiana for being “completely silent on the fact that Donald Trump is questioning the integrity of a Hoosier.” Only a few Republican officials in the state have criticized Mr. Trump’s comments as inappropriate.

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Iranian Christian given prison leave for medical treatment - premier

An Iranian Christian has been allowed out of prison to receive medical treatment just days after an urgent prayer request for her.

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Christian hacked to death in Bangladesh by IS - premier

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What Ramadan Means to Me Now that I’m a Christian

Now that I see the world through the lens of the Gospel, what Ramadan means to me is an opportunity to love Muslims as Jesus loved us. Just as He was willing to enter into our context so that God might be glorified, so also we can commune with Muslims during Ramadan so that Jesus might be glorified. With open hearts and open doors, what better opportunity is there to build bridges? It is only once we love and trust each other that the Gospel can be most compellingly shared.

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How to Go Deeper in Bible Study

In addition, it is good to focus on some unit of Scripture for going deeper, like a book or the Sermon on the Mount, or Romans 8. To go deeper, one way is to memorize it. I did that with the book of Philippians a couple years ago and then recited it in my January sermon on the importance of the Bible. Few things take you deeper into God's word like memorizing large portions of it.

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Living a Life of Stunning Significance

What a difference it makes when a Christian man realizes that he does not have to be a fighter pilot, a movie star, or a pro athlete to have a life of significance and value. The world would have us believe that we really are nobodies unless we do something that gains worldly approval and generates worldly excitement. Sadly, I have known many Christian men who felt like losers because they were never war heroes, sports stars, or corporate titans. Against this way of thinking (really, this idolatry), I submit the case of Lawrence Dow, servant of Christ.

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The Myth of Moral Superiority

Confession, in the middle of church, is one way we learn to think rightly of ourselves. We don’t have to be better than our non-Christian neighbors and family, friends and colleagues. We just have to be the forgiven and the faithful, willing to proclaim the gospel even to the “good” people who earnestly strive to follow their moral code. Confession also reminds us that sin is not just “wrongdoing”: it is “right-doing” borne from a crooked conscience subject to treasonous desires and misguided judgment. We confess our sin because, in good conscience, we are capable of doing great evil.

46 Paraguay says Basta

But at least one South American country, Paraguay, is rejecting the sexual imperialism. In support of his Parliament, President Horacio Cartes has vowed to defend human life and the traditional family from the “repeated attacks” by the OAS.

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RELEVANT Podcast: Malachi Kirby

This week on the podcast, we talk with the star of the hit new miniseries Roots, Malachi Kirby . He discusses the legacy of the show, what it’s like playing Kunte Kinte and the role his Christian faith plays in his acting career. Also, our old friend Adam Smith joins us for discussions about bacon, Chance the Rapper and meteors, and to play the toughest Australia-themed game you’ve ever heard. Trust us, this is a fun one.

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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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http://evidence4god.blogspot.com/2016/05/reasons-why-i-know-god-certainly-exists.html

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What makes Christianity unique? (Podcast)

This last week I flew to Colorado for vacation and had a very interesting conversation on the plane based on the book I was reading, Five Sacred Crossings , by Dr. Craig J. Hazen . Listen to this week’s podcast to hear about that conversation and what makes Christianity unique.

51 http://triablogue.blogspot.com/2016/06/psalm-22-as-evidence-for-christianity.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
52 Thanks for the marriage counseling, Politico
53 Eric Metaxas Show on Twitter
54 Larry Taunton: The Faith of Christopher Hitchens
55 Animal Rights Have Driven Us Insane
56 Dallas Luncheon with Brett Kunkle from Stand to Reason
57 No Cremation — But Should I Gift My Body to Science?
58 Chizor Akisanya // Having a Disabilty and a Purpose in Life // The Profile
59 Is Pornography A Big Deal? SeanMcDowell.org
60 Exploring the landscape of children and faith - Premier Childrenswork
61 Three Christian Views of Creation
62 4 Reasons Christian Parents Need to Care More About Atheism
63 Open Doors Donor Prizes - The Eric Metaxas Show
64 http://evidence4god.blogspot.com/2016/06/jesus-came-and-gave-himself-for-his.html
65 The Need for Apologetics on the Secular University Campus
66 The Five "As" of Porn Consumption Today
67 Church celebration for Muhammad Ali - premier
68 Heaven and Hell
69 ThinkChristian on Twitter
70 Scientists Can Be Philosophically Naïve
71 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily
72 Nuts. David French says he will not run for president.
73 The problem of evil is a bigger problem for atheists than Christians
74 Are Atheists Afraid of God?
75 Pope prays for revitalization of East Anglia - premier
76 Is There Any Evidence for the Soul?
77 CrossExamined Radio w/ Dr. Frank Turek
78 Instagram photo by Westminster Seminary CA • Jun 4, 2016 at 3:03am UTC
79 Ligonier Ministries on Twitter
80 Loving Jesus, Saving Jews
81 Epsom Derby Ladies Day 2016, in pictures
82 Renewing Your Mind | Suffering: A Case Study | June 6, 2016
83 Sport Is Dead, and We Killed It
84 What Is The Hebrew Name For Jesus?
85 The Moment of Truth by Steven Lawson | June 4, 2016
86 Are Christians Still Free To Share The Gospel In Our Society? // Evanagelism // The FAQ Sessions
87 BreakPoint This Week: Gorillas and the Image of God
88 Are Christians Still Free To Share The Gospel In Our Society? // Evanagelism // The FAQ Sessions
89 Obama administration gave Planned Parenthood $550 million in 2015