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Moldovan Orthodox Church Priest Rides Man Like Donkey to Exorcise Demon; Church Vows to Investigate

The Moldovan Orthodox Church is reportedly now distancing itself from one of its priests after a video showing his riding a man like a donkey to exorcise a demon from him was leaked online Thursday.

This Duo Audition of The Classic Song 'It's A Man's World' Will Give You The Chills!

These two men, known as the Craig Lewis Band, take the stage and no one knows what to expect. Based on their song choice, it could either go really bad or be a memorable audition. They catch everyone in the crowd, including the judges off guard. WOW!

Understanding Cardiovascular Function: Sodium Control as an Irreducibly Complex System

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Watch This Woman's Journey From Early Pregnancy to the Arrival of Her Baby in This Amazing Timelapse

A 5-year-old German shepherd dog is responsible for this page, which shows off his many talents. Although he loves the spotlight, Dunder will sometimes share with his new buddy, Munster. In this video, a newest member of the family joins them and you get to see if from start to finish, thanks to this amazing timelapse.

Paper Reports that Amino Acids Used by Life Are Finely Tuned to Explore

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

Listen: Has Science Shown that We're Related to Apes?

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

Can atheists condemn slavery as immoral? Do atheists believe that slavery is wrong?

Note: For a Christian response to the complaint that the Bible doesn't condemn slavery, see this article and this article for slavery in the Old Testament, and this article for slavery in the New T...

The kalam cosmological argument defended in a peer-reviewed science journal

Here's the peer-reviewed article. It appears in a scientific journal focused on astrophysics. Here's the abstract: Both cosmology and philosophy trace their roots to the wonder felt by the ancient ...

SES Conference

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

Listen: Eric Anderson on Probability and Design

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Here’s the Trailer for Matt Damon’s Space Adventure ‘The Martian’

Here’s the first trailer for the big-screen adaptation of the best-selling novel The Martian. Along with boasting an all-star cast that includes Matt Damon, Kristen Wigg, Jessica Chastain, Kate Mara, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Jeff Daniels, Donald Glover and Michael Pena, if this first look is any indication, the sci-fi adventure will be the most stressful space movie since Gravity ...

This Final ‘Jurassic World’ Trailer Is Extremely Creepy

With just a week until the release of the blockbuster Jurassic World, one final new trailer has hit the Internet. This time, the terror is cranked up to 10, making the action adventure look like a horror movie ...

A Robotics Company Made a Terrifying, Sword Mastering Machine

For some reason, the Yasawa Electric Corporation decided it was a good idea to teach a robot to memorize the movements of champion swordsman Isao Machii. Thanks to the Motoman-MH24, our future self-aware machine overlords will now even be able to beat mankind’s best swordfighters when an inevitable robot future uprising goes down. Thanks a lot Yasawa ...

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Loving My Sister-Brother

To my surprise he shot back, “Aren’t you going to judge me?” My heart ached with the hurt of my faith being misunderstood and the recognition that the prevailing view of Christians as judgers remains strong, even within the minds of those closest to us. I took some time and explained that judging is not my job. That’s God’s job. All I can do is try to love people in the best of the Holy Spirit’s goodness and grace apportioned to me and in a manner consistent with my beliefs. Jesus and the woman caught in adultery came to mind. Who am I, a sinner, to cast a stone at my brother? The grievous sins I have committed are no less or lighter weight than what my brother is walking out. If I am following in the way of Jesus, then I am called to respond in this conversation like Jesus did: “Neither do I condemn you....Go now and leave your life of sin” (John 8:11).

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The Fallen of World War II

An animated data-driven documentary about war and peace, The Fallen of World War II looks at the human cost of the second World War and sizes up the numbers to other wars in history, including trends in recent conflicts.

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Tony Campolo Calls for Full Inclusion of Gay & Lesbians Christians

In the midst of this great step forward by Dr. Campolo, I do believe two critiques are necessary: It is not enough that Christian leaders simply step forward and announce their support for gay and lesbian Christians. It’s also important that they acknowledge the harm that has been caused by their use of an un-affirming theology and that they publicly repent for their sin of exclusion. This is a key move that many Christians leaders who have changed their mind have not considered, but is perhaps even more important than announcing their support for inclusion and equality. In order for LGBTQ to find the healing that we need, the acknowledgement of the oppression and harm we have faced  at the hands of Christian pastors, teachers, and theologians is essential.

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The real truth about sex: What we're not telling our kids | Fox News

But when it comes to the hazards of sex, our approach falls somewhere between passivity and paralysis.  For whatever reasons – concern about imposing fear and shame, embarrassment about being hypocritical, or not believing that kids are capable of self-control – we can’t bring ourselves to just say “don’t!”  We make sure our kids know about condoms and the Pill, and tell them we’re always there if they want to talk.  Which is the equivalent of shutting our eyes, crossing our fingers, and hoping.  Hoping that our kids won’t get pregnant, or get someone else pregnant.  Hoping that they won’t catch that STD that causes infertility or cancer.  Hoping the chemical bonds that they form and then break won’t break their hearts.  

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Grace to You Radio

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For Summertime or Anytime: A Summer Reading List for 2015

Do we read by seasons? To some degree, we probably do. Summer promises the opportunity to pack a stack of books that otherwise might not fit in the schedule. Every serious reader needs to read some books just for the sheer thrill of reading. A good book brings more than pleasure, of course, but pleasure in reading is not to be taken lightly. In this list I suggest some new and current books that brought me pleasure and satisfaction as I read them, and as I now share them with others. The list is heavily weighted to history and historical biography. No apologies there — these are the books I recommend this season for summer reading. Each earned its way on this list. By the end of the summer, perhaps you will have your own list to share as well. 1. Erik Larson, Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania (New York: Crown Publishers).

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13 Smith Wigglesworth Quotes That Will Challenge Your Faith

“One half of the trouble in the assemblies is the people’s murmuring over the conditions they are in. The Bible teaches us not to murmur. If you reach that standard, you will never murmur anymore. You will be above murmuring. You will be in the place where God is absolutely the exchanger of thought, the exchanger of actions and the exchanger of your inward purity. He will be purifying you all the time and lifting you higher, and you will know you are not of this world.”

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Why I am Opposed to Gay Marriage

Nothing new here. Rehashed Natural Law minus God that reads a lot like Garfield minus Garfield. It starts out silly and ridiculous, but gets sad and pathetic really quick. No offense to Aquinas since he’s taken out of context (There are many types of natural law and Aquinas was against homosexuality, but because homosexuality violated natural law in society. To put it in context, he though long hair on men was also against natural law). The entire argument relies on presumption that children raised in straight marriage is best, yet they cannot seem to demonstrate this in any objective way. Their view that this is common sense can also explain why people once thought the Earth was flat…its common sense. No, it’s just not reality. Your view of the world is not the ENTIRE world, so you can’t say what is best for all. Yet even though there is moral presumption, he extends an olive branch to those who cannot meet his ideal. Except for gays because, well, they’re gay. There’s a word for that.

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Ask Pastor John

Daily audio clips of John Piper answering tough theological and pastoral questions.

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The Table Conference: Los Angeles

Robert Harp is director of special projects at Biola University’s Crowell School of Business. In 2007, he became interested in the Faith at Work movement while serving as an MBA Mentor at Crowell. An entrepreneur, Harp has been in the hospitality and real estate industry for 30 years. He is the founder and publisher of GlobalHotelNetwork.com, an online media brand, which provides expert market insights and thought leadership perspectives to C-level executives and leading companies in the global travel and tourism industry. Harp holds a BA in Economics and an MA in Communications from Wheaton College and a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary. In 2013, he earned a doctorate in Workplace Theology, Ethics and Leadership from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

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The Catalyst App

Through the Catalyst App you’ll join pastors and business leaders, innovators and doers, influencers from all walks of life who are here for the same reason, because they believe that through great leadership the Church’s influence will be maximized. We are ready to encourage you, and be encouraged by you, as we all cultivate a true community of change makers.

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Life Without a Best Friend

With my pockets of friends all over, I’ve been grappling with the topic of friendship. I feel like I’m surrounded by women that talk about their best friends, childhood friendships that have lasted until late adulthood, or marriages to their best friends. Yet, I don’t really understand what it’s like to maintain a friendship for such a long time. Even more, I don’t consider my husband my best friend— though he is the person that knows me best and he plays a very special role in my life.

13 Home

The Institute for Biblical Worship exists to serve churches, pastors, and students by providing quality resources that encourage Christ-honoring, gospel-focused, corporate worship.

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More U.S. Children Being Diagnosed With Youthful Tendency Disorder

When months of sessions with a local psychologist failed to yield an answer, Nicholas and Beverly took Caitlin to a prominent Los Angeles pediatric neurologist for more exhaustive testing. Finally, on Sept. 11, the Sernas received the heartbreaking news: Caitlin was among a growing legion of U.S. children suffering from Youthful Tendency Disorder.

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InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Names Interim President

“With all of you, I am saddened by Alec’s illness and his need to leave his presidency prematurely. When InterVarsity’s Board asked me to serve as the interim president until the next president is chosen, Mary Beth and I experienced God’s call to say yes,” Lundgren said in a statement. “I look forward to serving InterVarsity and keeping our focus on Christ’s mission on campus.”

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Troubled Waters in McKinney, Texas

I have been living in the United States for more than a decade, and I now say thank you about 50 times a day. Most of the time, I do it without thinking. I say thank you to the bus driver who takes me from point A to point B along with 20 other people. He usually can’t even hear me. I say thank you to the cashier at the coffee shop. I say thank you to the stranger who holds the door open for me at a restaurant. I say thank you to my wife and my 5-year-old daughter several times a day for various things: turning the volume of the television down or up, flicking the light switch on or off, asking me if I want to eat something or do something with them.

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Tim Keller Says Matthew Vines' Main Points in 'God and the Gay Christian' Are 'Wrong'

Another problem Keller found with the theories of Vines and Wilson is about their claim that they continue to hold to a high view of biblical authority, and that they believe the Bible is completely true, but that they don't think it teaches all same-sex relations are wrong. "Vines argues that while the Levitical code forbids homosexuality (Leviticus 18:22) it also forbids eating shellfish (Leviticus 11:9-12). Yet, he says, Christians no longer regard eating shellfish as wrong — so why can't we change our minds on homosexuality? Here Vines is rejecting the New Testament understanding that the ceremonial laws of Moses around the sacrificial system and ritual purity were fulfilled in Christ and no longer binding, but that the moral law of the Old Testament is still in force."

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Franklin Graham Urges Boycott of Wells Fargo for Featuring Same-Sex Couple in Ad

The Rev. Franklin Graham is urging Christians to boycott Wells Fargo to "fight the tide of moral decay" after the bank featured an apparent lesbian couple in an advertisement. The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is moving their accounts from Wells Fargo to another bank.

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Did the city of Nazareth exist at the time of the birth of Jesus?

There are numerous compelling pieces of archaeological evidence that in fact Nazareth did exist in Jesus’ day, and that like other villages and towns in that part of Galilee, it was built on the hillside, near where the later rock-cut kokh tombs were built.  For one thing, archaeologists have excavated a farm connected with the village, and it dates to the time of Jesus.  Salm disputes the finding of the archaeologists who did the excavation (it needs to be remembered, he himself is not an archaeologist but is simply basing his views on what the real archaeologists – all of whom disagree with him — have to say).  For one thing, when archaeologist Yardena Alexandre indicated that 165 coins were found in this excavation, she specified in the report that some of them were late, from the fourteenth or fifteenth centuries.  This suits Salm’s purposes just fine.  But as it turns out, there were among the coins some that date to the Hellenistic, Hasmonean, and early Roman period, that is, the days of Jesus.  Salm objected that this was not in Alexandre’s report, but Alexandre has verbally confirmed (to me personally) that in fact it is the case: there were coins in the collection that date to the time prior to the Jewish uprising.

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Bart Ehrman on the Qur'an

http://www.answeringmuslims.com/p/qur... Bart Ehrman is regularly hailed as a hero for Muslim apologists. But would his critical methods be as warmly welcomed if applied to the Quran? Bart doesn't seem to think so.

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Crossway on Twitter

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Pastor and Singer Marvin Sapp Reveals How Greatest Gift From Late Wife Inspired New Transparent Record

When gospel singer and pastor Marvin Sapp's late wife, MaLinda, knew she was going to draw her last breath on Earth after a battle with colon cancer five years ago, she made sure to leave her adoring husband with some powerful last words that would eventually help inspire his 10th album.

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Spy

Furthermore, it’s not just a comedy, but an action-comedy. The movie works as a spy story. Events unfold at a good pace and sometimes thrill. There are well-orchestrated car chases and knife fights that grab you by the throat. There was some money to spend here, and one gets the sense that Feig (who always wears a tailored suit and tie on set, as a revolt against the L.A. Church of Casual) loved the genre exercise. He gives the music, for example, far more attention than lesser directors would in his position.

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The Last Gasp of the Cradle Christians?

Restore. There is a tremendous need to restore lives by restoring trust and addressing trauma. It is imperative that different ethnic and religious groups be in dialogue with each other about their common needs, both—now and if they should return to their homes, as trust is rebuilt. One way to restore trust is through education. Traumatized kids may learn from each other. In Marka, Jordan, Canon Andrew White has started a new school. Originally planned for 135 children, ages 5 to 14, the school now serves 250 refugee children. In Kurdistan, Iraq, we are working to create a new partnership that will holistically address trauma, especially gender-based violence.

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Christ & Pop Culture on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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Ravi Zacharias on Twitter

An honor to preach @AmChurchParis today on "Who is God?" Grateful for this unique opportunity. http://www.acparis.org/  pic.twitter.com/Cp3SapReck

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ISIS Likely Has Ability to Make Chemical Weapons, Warns Australian Foreign Minister

The Islamic State terror group's recruitment of highly technically trained professionals, including from the West, shows it could be developing chemical weapons, Australia's foreign minister, Julie Bishop, said.

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The Magical Moral Mystery

When I was thirteen years old, one of my favourite hobbies was conjuring. Every Saturday morning, I would faithfully trek across London to attend classes at Davenports Magic Shop, an Aladdin’s cave of a place which was all the more wondrous for being located in an underground mall deep below Charing Cross. There I learnt how to baffle people with card tricks, make money disappear, [1] and pull rabbits from hats. [2]

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Attention: Brownie Batter Oreos Are Now a Thing

The mad snack scientists at Nabisco are at it again, proving once again that nothing will stop them on their quest to create humankind's perfect snack. According to The Impulsive Buy, the company unveiled a new “Brownie Batter” flavor at Chicago’s Sweet & Snacks Expo. The bold new combination joins other experimental flavors already available in stores including red velvet, cotton candy and s’mores. The future is now ...

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Christians Among 86 Eritrean Refugees Kidnapped by ISIS; Less Than Two Months After Mass Execution of Ethiopian Christians

A group of Christians are among the 86 Eritrean refugees, including women and children, who've been kidnapped by terror group ISIS in Libya. The kidnapping comes less than two months after 28 Ethiopian Christian were executed by the terror group.

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The New York Times on Twitter

Former South Carolina Officer Is Indicted in Death of Walter Scott http://t.co/3Y2GJejHd1via @nytimes

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Saudi Arabia Upholds Sentencing of 1,000 Lashes for Liberal Blogger Despite International Outcry, Floggings Could Continue as Early as Friday

The Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia has upheld the cruel sentencing of liberal blogger Raif Badawi, who was sentenced to 1,000 lashes, a $266,060 fine and 10 years imprisonment after being charged in 2012 with "insulting Islam through electronic channels."

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Young Man Who Spent Years in Jail Without Conviction Commits Suicide

According to a report in the New Yorker , Kalief Browder, 22, committed suicide this weekend. Browder was the subject of a heartbreaking New Yorker story , which recounted how, at the age of 16, he was thrown in the brutal Rikers Island jail for a crime he was innocent of. After spending three years in the jail—where he was beaten by staff and other inmates and spent two years in solitary confinement—the charges against him were dropped. According to Buzzfeed , he had also attempted suicide while in jail and since his release, but told Headline News back in 2013, “Prior to going to jail, I never had any mental illnesses" ...

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Divine Intervention

As slaves to sin, all unbelievers are hostile toward God and unable to please Him in any respect. Their total inability is underscored by the fact that they are not just bound to sin; they are also blinded by sin and dead in it. They are “darkened in their understanding” (Ephesians 4:18) and cannot comprehend spiritual truth because “the god of this world [Satan] has blinded the minds of the unbelieving so that they might not see the light of the gospel or the glory of Christ” (2 Corinthians 4:4). Furthermore, unbelievers are “dead in [their] trespasses and sins” Ephesians 2:1), “dead in [their] transgressions” (Colossians 2:13), “dead even while [they live]” (1 Timothy 5:6). In the same way that a blind man cannot give himself sight or a dead man raise himself to life, so the sinner is totally unable to impart to himself either spiritual understanding or eternal life. Like Lazarus lying motionless in the tomb, the unredeemed soul remains lifeless until the voice of God commands it, “Come forth!” [1] John MacArthur, Slave (Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2010), pp.

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The Limits of Accidental Christianity - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

I may be wrong (and hope i am) but the only thing an “accidental” Christian can have is mental assent to the data and attempt humanistic behavior modification to comply with the “rules”. Jesus clearly demonstrates that you cant become a Christian by ‘decision” like many churches teach. Oh you can decide that you’re a sinner, that you need a savior, and that Jesus is the only savior, and that I need to repent and place my faith and trust in Jesus” but thats as far as ones “decision” to “accept” Christ goes. Christ does not need my acceptance; I need His (Mt 7-21-23)Jesus does the saving, not my decision. calling 911 doesnt save me from a heart attack; its the paramedics that arrive from calling 911 that saves me

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You Can’t Outrun His Grace

And he’s seeking people in our cities. The university town where I minister is one of Michigan’s more liberal counties. Our church has several hundred members, a nice size but nothing enormous. Our growth has been slow and deliberate. No great revival has broken out. It’s tempting to think that there aren’t many more people left in our area who are looking for a church. That may be true, but God is still looking for sinners here! There is one seeking out the lost more than any of us. That ought to give us patience and it ought to give us love for those who seem (or feel) the most unlovable.  Perhaps that person in your life who is so frustrating, so belligerent, or so opposed to everything you stand for is the lost coin God is searching for or the lost sheep he has left the 99 to go and find.

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WORLD | Resisting the temptation to be quiet | Nick Eicher | June 8, 2015

Last week, I talked with John Stonestreet of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview about the public’s reaction to Olympic athlete and reality TV star Bruce Jenner’s surgery and name change to Caitlyn. Attorney David French, who writes for National Review , closed an online piece about the topic by saying, “[Jenner] is a man created in God’s image, yet a man experiencing deep anguish about his very creation. He needs our prayers, not our applause.”

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Ligonier.org

Many people read Scripture as if it’s a collection of rules to be obeyed and facts to be memorized. But they ignore the rich and complex stories that make up the majority of the Bible. In this lesson Dr. R.C. Sproul explains that reading these stories existentially can open us to deeper truths about God. He begins by explaining what “existential” means, showing how it relates to living the Christian life.

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These Eco-Friendly Tiny House Pods Look Amazing

A company called Nice Visions has created these “Ecocapsules ,” which utilize onboard solar cells and a wind turbine for electricity. Each capsule even has a shower. The company, which plans on selling the pods in 2016, says that they can be used for a variety of purposes: “With its immense off-grid lifespan, worldwide portability and flexibility, it is suitable for a wide range of applications: from an independent research station or a tourist lodge to an emergency housing or a humanitarian action unit." Plus, they look totally awesome parked in your driveway ...

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We Need a Christ-Exalting, City-Embracing Benedict Option

Through the fellowship of believers and resources from TGC I was able to press deeper into my relationship with the Lord like never before. I confronted my messy past. I asked difficult questions. I wrestled with my theology. And I challenged a domineering culture. With TGC's articles and discussions on these relevant topics, I realized I wasn't dealing with them alone. There were actually brothers and sisters around the country faithfully engaging in the hard problems of life. . . . For such a long time, I felt so alone in my many identity crises, but I now know there are mature and wise people boldly following Christ and having these necessary conversations . . . The Gospel Coalition has helped me see how God sees the church: a compassionate and striving, yet sinful creation. Nevertheless, what has been broken is being used for the glory of our King.

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WORLD | Pakistan to consider blasphemy law reforms amid worsening violence | Julia A. Seymour | June 8, 2015

Lawmakers in Pakistan are considering reforms to the country’s blasphemy laws that could help curb persecution against Christians and other minorities. The proposed reforms come amid ongoing persecution that ranges from discrimination to physical violence and false accusations of blasphemy that can land people in prison for life, or even incur a death sentence. And interreligious tension is worsening.

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Matt Brown on Twitter

I don't understand people who don't love coffee

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South Sudanese pastors moved to high security prison – Premier Premier

Two South Sudanese pastors have been transferred to a high security prison in Sudan accused of five serious charges, two of which hold the death penalty or life in prison.

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How to Understand Psalms | Jean E. Jones

In other words, I’d been looking for the “conclusion” in the physical conclusion. But in Hebrew poetry, the central point is often in the center! Compare all the stanzas equal distance from the center to understand psalms with chiasm, and you’ll find the poet’s thought progressions.

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The Briefing 06-08-15

1) Transgender and feminism agendas collide over admission policies at women’s colleges

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Southern Seminary on Twitter

From hardship to harvest: A modern-day Book of Acts in Africa — @stepcraig http://bit.ly/1FELqAp  pic.twitter.com/4xHn67vlc2

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Jerry Boykin on Twitter

Iraqi forces will never be able to compete w/ #ISIS who fights fiercely for a transcendent cause they are willing to die for; Islamic Jihad.

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Crossway on Twitter

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WORLD | Brothers through 57 miles and cerebral palsy | Jae Wasson | June 8, 2015

Braden Gandee, 8, can’t push his walker across the mulch of his elementary school playground. His big brother Hunter, 15, wants him to be able to play like his friends, even though Braden has cerebral palsy (CP).

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Former Mars Hill Pastor Mark Driscoll Dropped From Hillsong Church Conferences

Hillsong Church founder Brian Houston said Sunday that Mark Driscoll, who resigned as the lead pastor of a U.S. megachurch last October due to a controversy surrounding his leadership style and statements he had made, is not attending their upcoming conferences.

51 What is the Political Common Good | Open Biola
52 A ‘Community’ Movie Still Might Happen
53 What Was the Shape of Jesus’ Cross? - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers
54 Star Trek: TNG Season 5 "Disaster" and "The Game"
55 The Atheist Who Didn’t Exist: Now Available for Pre-Order
56 Renewing Your Mind | Inspiration and Authority of Scripture | June 8, 2015
57 The Christian Post on Twitter
58 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
59 Kirsten Powers on Faith and Freedoms | Jim Daly
60 If Religious Freedom Is So Important, Why Do So Few of Us Exercise it? - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers
61 ¿Es el Evangelio de Marcos un Testimonio Temprano del Apóstol Pedro? - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers
62 Confident Christianity: NEW BIBLE STUDY by Mary Jo Sharp!
63 Crossway on Twitter
64 Vos Group #16: The Ethical Dimension of Circumcision - Reformed Forum
65 How to Talk About Your Religious Beliefs (Without Being a Jerk)
66 WORLD | Mexican elections reveal frustration with mainstream political parties | Katlyn Babyak | June 8, 2015
67 The Briefing 06-08-15
68 God's Answer to the Moral Insanity of the World
69 "I Can't Feel God Anymore" - The Big Secret of EVERY Christian - www.ThePoachedEgg.net/mobile
70 Andy Stanley: Episode 323
71 WORLD | Pro-life institute works to put adult stem cells in the spotlight | Julie Borg | June 8, 2015
72 ThinkChristian on Twitter
73 What Is Sexual Atheism, and Why Is It Wrong?
74 736. What Does It Mean To Call On The Name Of The Lord?
75 A Christian Response to Bruce Jenner
76 WORLD | Killers make Hollywood-style escape from maximum security prison | Evan Wilt | June 8, 2015
77 News | Reasonable Faith
78 WORLD | Supreme Court sets legal standards for online rants | Mary Reichard | June 8, 2015
79 Idolatry of the Bible
80 Tactical Faith Today
81 WORLD | The argument for the ‘Benedict Option’ | D.C. Innes | June 8, 2015
82 Incomplete God and Abstract Objects
83 Faith Actually: Five Year Anniversary of The Poached Egg
84 Number of Abortions in America Fell 12% Since 2010