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Why is Happiness Such Hard Work? | HeadHeartHand Blog

However, the word “pursuit” is pivotal and changes everything. If we have the right to pursue happiness, that suggests activity not passivity, something to be worked for rather than waited for. The thesaurus entry for “pursuit” includes words such as “hunt, quest, seek, track, trail, and going all out.” Sounds like a lot of hard and difficult work, right? Happiness rarely finds us; we have to find it. It doesn’t pursue us; we have to pursue it.

2 A Motivating Mormon Role Play - Stand to Reason Blog

I recently had the chance to role play a Mormon for an unsuspecting group of Christians at a church in Southern California. You can watch the encounter below. I'm no longer surprised by how ill-equipped long-time Christians can be, but it still saddens me. However, it also motivates me to get out there and train as many people as I possibly can.

3 Who was Cain’s wife? - Christian Research Institute

One of the most common objections to the Genesis account of Creation concerns the reference to Cain’s wife in Genesis 4:17. Unless God supernaturally created a wife for Cain as he had for Adam, he would have had to engage in incest with one of his sisters.

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Ligonier.org

What does it mean for the Christian to say “I believe?” What is faith? Is faith enough? Where does reason fit in matters of faith? Is there an eternal fixed chasm between faith and reason? Contemplating these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us the good and rational reason Christians believe.

5 Seven things that Christians should know about Paul

The language Paul uses in his pre-revelatory encounter with the risen Lord shows how antagonistic he was towards the messianic movement. In Gal. 1:13-15, Paul uses terms such as “persecute” and “destroy” to describe his efforts to put and end to the spread of the early faith.  We see here:

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Grace to You

The Lord bestowed instantaneous healing: “immediately his leprosy was cleansed.” When He touched the man’s defiled body, his disease simply disappeared. (Christ could have chosen to heal in stages, as He sometimes did [Mark 8:22–26; John 9:6–7], but there was no necessity to do so.) The picture for the eyewitnesses would have been dramatic. A bent-over, withered derelict, with skin ravaged by scaly, ugly sores, would suddenly stand up. His limbs were now perfectly normal, his face smooth and unscarred, his eyes clear and bright, and his voice strong and confident.

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The Pastor’s Kid: My Happy Childhood

Preachers talk a lot about calling. Just the other night I heard a preacher say, “You aren’t in that neighborhood or workplace by accident. Don’t you know that God has called you there?” This providential “calling” of God applies to everyone in Christ.  As a Christian and as the son of a pastor, I genuinely felt like God had given me a special calling. My dad never explained this calling to me or put this expectation on me. Still, I was always honored to be a PK and to have the other kids in the children’s ministry and youth ministry look up to me. Men need models, women need models, and kids need models. When the pastor's children love the Lord and faithfully live as disciples, the whole church is encouraged with a model that other families so desperately need.

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Introducing TGC Australia

Following the broad pattern of the original TGC, we have formed a Council drawn from across Australia. Building on existing relational networks, we have drawn together a group of 13 men committed to the TGC  Foundation Documents  and to one another. Whilst we haven’t tried to ensure that every possible constituency is represented, we have ended up with a real mixture of denominations, backgrounds, geographical locations, and experience. The founding Council Members are listed for your information below. We meet for the first time as a Council in early August to pray, to talk, and to dream. TGC executive director Ben Peays has been a great help and encouragement in building this coalition. He will be joining and advising us. We have no fixed agenda other than to build gospel partnerships and then do whatever we can to promote the same kind of gospel-driven relationships across our nation as we work together for the sake of Jesus Christ. As often clarified by Carson, co-founder and president of TGC in the United States, TGC Australia will be self-governing and self-financing, because TGC is not like a U.

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Rest Because You Can

At night when we go to bed, on a whole day when we pause our projects, in a season of vacation or Sabbatical, our stopping work is our saying Enough! to the merry-go-round. We don’t have to ride this thing. There remains a Sabbath rest for the people of God (Hebrews 4:9–10). Rest, then, becomes our regular dramatization of the heart of the gospel: “To the one who does not work but believes in him who justifies the ungodly, his faith will be counted as righteousness” (Romans 4:5).

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Saying Yes to Family Is Saying Yes to the World

In a world where the concept of family is under siege, we need to understand the definition of marriage, but we also need to understand its purpose—especially as it relates to the common good and the flourishing of society.

11 A Guide to Debating Online (Without Losing Friends)

It can be tempting to massage your argument just a little to make it more convincing, but stick to the facts and keep your contentions logical, even if it means admitting ambiguity. The easiest way to discredit any argument is to point out a logical fallacy or a factual error, so carelessness here does your debate opponent a huge favor. Instead of having to do real research for a rebuttal, they can just call out the error or fallacy and move on.

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http://www.crossway.org/books/women-of-the-word-tpb/

“I’ve seen eyes misty with tears as women come to understand for the first time that the Bible is actually, literally God’s Word. What great mercy we have been shown—that the Creator who spoke everything that ever was into existence would give us his Word. Jen Wilkin knows this mercy in the core of her being. She has tasted and seen God’s goodness in his Word, and she doesn’t want a single woman to miss it. Read Women of the Word with your Bible open and your friends alongside you. Think of this book as a maître d` of a Bible study banquet—have a seat, here are your utensils, dig in, and enjoy .” —Gloria Furman , Pastor’s wife, Redeemer Church of Dubai; mother of four; author, Glimpses of Grace  and Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full

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Can We Still Believe the Bible?

Chapter five tackles the complex question of the literary genre of biblical books (or portions thereof) and how that genre affects whether we interpret a given book as symbolic/figurative or as historical narrative. Blomberg addresses the standard texts such as Genesis 1–2, the book of Job, the book of Jonah, and apocalyptic literature like Daniel and Revelation. Looming large over this entire discussion is the recent controversy over Michael Licona’s argument that Matthew 27:52–53—which describes people rising out of the tombs after Jesus’ resurrection—may have been symbolic and not historical. Of course, the Licona controversy echoes debate in the 1980s over whether Robert Gundry’s view of Matthew as Midrash (which entailed rejection of many portions of Matthew as unhistorical) was a violation of inerrancy. Blomberg rightly cautions the evangelical community to not be so quick to declare something a violation of inerrancy when it may just be a difference of opinion about what literary genre we’re reading. For instance, we wouldn’t want to say that one who takes the days of Genesis as symbolic is in violation of inerrancy.

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The Pastors.com Daily

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NASA: ALIENS are OUT THERE. We'll find a new EARTH within 20 years

"This technology we are using to explore exoplanets is real," enthused John Grunsfeld, a physics PhD and veteran astronaut with five Shuttle flights logged, now employed as a NASA science chief. "The James Webb Space Telescope and the next advances are happening now. These are not dreams - this is what we do at NASA."

16 Does Acts 2:38 Teach Baptismal Remission? - Christian Research Institute

One controversial issue concerning salvation has been whether water baptism is necessary for the remission of sins. Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches have insisted that water baptism itself is the means of the remission of sins. Evangelical churches, with their roots in the Protestant Reformation, have taught that, though baptism is important as the sign and seal of justification by faith and as the sacrament of initiation into the visible church, it is not the means of remission of sins. Certain cults and even some descendants of Protestantism, however, have embraced the sacerdotal 1 views of Romanism and Orthodoxy and taught that sins cannot be forgiven apart from baptism, though they have insisted that baptism cannot be effective for remission of sins apart from faith.

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Ligonier.org

How many times does Jesus mention the church? I’ve asked that question in a number of forums (Reformed University Fellowship, Sunday school, Drug Court Bible Study, the pulpit, and so on), and have received answers ranging from thirty-six to six. Surprise is the typical response when I reveal that Jesus mentions the church, the ekklēsia , only twice.

18 Dangerous Bible Study and Puffy Christianity

There is a perception among many evangelicals that Bible study is dangerous. I have heard it articulated by ministers and laypeople alike over the years. Once a woman in my Bible study told me her pastor had discouraged in-depth Bible study, saying it promoted the pursuit of “useless Bible knowledge.” I like to think that’s an oxymoron. If all Scripture is God-breathed and profitable, surely there is no such thing as “useless” Bible knowledge. So, why so many warnings that studying the Bible could actually be perilous to our spiritual health?

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Special Offer: Home Education & Discipleship Starter Pack — Highlands Ministries

We’ve collected all our best resources for homeschooling families into one place. Introducing the Home Education & Discipleship Starter Pack ( now available in our store ). This collection includes books and audio resources to help you think about why you homeschool, what you are aiming to accomplish, what your family goals should be, and how to answer many of the tough questions that homeschool parents have as they travel the homeschool journey.

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Worship Everyday

Everything you do and everything you say at that picnic will be an attempt to get people to listen to your stories, laugh at your jokes and spread the glory of your character to others in the neighborhood. If you feel as if you were the center of attention, the picnic would be a success! But if you feel ignored, or if someone else takes the spotlight, the picnic is a disappointment, and that other person is now your enemy!

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The Alphabet of Happiness: O

When people close themselves down to keep out the pain, they are also keeping out joy. By opening yourself to all the goodness that life can offer, you become more receptive to experiencing it. Yes, there is a sense of safety in the familiar; we know the drill, we know how others will react. Even if the situation is stifling, whether in a relationship or on the job, it's clear what to expect...and in a weird way that is comfortable, even if it does not support us. Here are two ways to improve the situation: the first is to dare to open up to a new perspective. Dig deep to find the positives in a situation. If you cannot change your job right now, try to change your attitude about it. Make a decision to deliberately shift your focus and notice how you are growing by doing so. The second path is to open up to something new. Though that can be scary, it also introduces you to untold possibilities. If you have had enough of "the way things are" and are ready to be pleasantly surprised by life, you will find the courage to explore new areas outside of your comfort zone. In the words of Eleanor Roosevelt, "Do one thing every day that scares you.

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Raising future men and women

There are no generic people. There are men, and there are women. Consequently there are no generic Christian people. There are Christian men and there are Christian women. In Genesis 1-2, Ephesians 5, 1 Peter 3, and Colossians 3, we find clarity about the primary roles of men and women. There are differing ways in which men and women will live out the Christian life. For instance, when giving specific instruction and admonition to men, the Bible usually does so within three key categories: leading, providing and protecting. In other words, biblical masculinity involves a heart that is inclined to obey God within this particular context of leadership, provision and protection. This may take place predominantly as husbands and fathers, but it still should be cultivated, encouraged and instilled in boys as they mature into manhood.

23 5 Important Questions to Ask Before You Tie the Knot

Most of us assume one of two things when we begin a relationship: that the other person will change simply because they love us or that our magnanimous, abundant love will compensate for their limitations. I regret to inform you, but that’s seldom the case. It’s more likely that the other’s weaknesses and profound differences will, from time to time, make you question why you said yes to a first date. You may feel so irritated and incapable of offering love that it will both terrify you and make you wonder if you really are a Christian.

24 Reading God’s Word When You Don’t Want To

So, tomorrow, when you don’t feel like opening your Bible, remember God’s grace, remember your friend and brother, Jesus, and remember how quickly you forget. Pick God’s Word up not with the burden of guilt or as a call to duty, but because it’s a gift given to you by a God of amazingly tender mercy and grace.

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Evangelicalism’s major turn: the need for ‘generation replant’

For the past 30 years, evangelicals have been learning anew the importance of church planting. Excitement and passion for church planting come right from the New Testament, which is a manifesto for planting rightly ordered churches. A generation of young evangelical pastors have been righteously infected with the vision for church planting. Their heroes are church planters, their inspiration is church planting and their missiology is directed toward the birth of new churches. That must continue. Church planting must remain at the forefront of our mission efforts. The only documentable evangelistic and congregational growth experienced by evangelicals within America’s major urban areas directly traces back to newly planted churches — and replanted churches.

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Survey shows life regrets can shape later years

The legions of older Americans are growing across the USA, according to a report from the U.S Census Bureau released in May, which shows the 65-and-older population is projected to reach 83.7 million by 2050 — almost double the 2012 level of 43.1 million. With such numbers, regrets about "saving more" or "staying closer with my family" can shape the quality of life in later years. So, for those now in their 20s, 30s, 40s and even 50s, they can get a glimpse of what lies ahead.

27 Toward Many Gods? - Christian Research Institute

It used to be the case that an Independence Day celebration at the city park, a political rally, the dedication of a public building, or some other civic ceremony in the United States would begin with a prayer offered by a local minister. Organizers then started inviting a cross section of the community’s clergy to take part. The Roman Catholic priest would share the podium with, say, the Baptist minister; then they would invite the Jewish rabbi. Today, depending on the religious makeup of the community, a Muslim imam, a Hindu Brahmin, and a Buddhist monk might share the platform with the Christian and Jewish clerics.

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'Kimye' Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr., Chad Veach Credit Jesus' Relevant Message for Their Platform

Wilkerson:  I think people get caught up a lot in that but I think that Jesus has always been relevant so anyone that preaches Jesus can have a relevant message. I just think that a lot of our friends happen to be under the age of 30 so I don't think we're trying or be anything other than who we are … I think if you look at the landscape of the world, there are people leading things in China much bigger than anything Chad or I have ever done. There are people in Africa and Korea with churches of up to 200,000 people ... The biggest thing is do you know God, do you have something to say and just doing your best to present that.

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Maintaining Unity when doctrine can be divisive: 5 mistakes pastors make

Mistake 5 : A failure to love. A pastor must never forget that God sent him to love the people, not merely to imbue them with biblical facts. When a congregation hears a pastor’s love for them, they will accept his teaching much more readily. Loving pastors will still face occasional opposition, but it will usually be much less angry in its tone and also less able to stir up others. Jesus said that the greatest mark of our discipleship is that we love each other. No pastor can make disciples of his people if he lacks the most significant element of discipleship himself.

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Dallas Megachurch Pastors Robert Jeffress and Frederick Haynes III at Odds on 'Christian' Response to Border Crisis, Immigrant Children (VIDEO)

Two influential pastors in Dallas, Texas, are at odds on what they both believe the appropriate Christian response should be to the recently-publicized border crisis involving children entering the United States illegally and unaccompanied.

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The "Flat Animal": Is It a Cambrian Ancestor?

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution, including breaking news about scientific research.

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Palestinian Christian: Western Christians Don't Understand Gaza/Israeli Conflict

"The Christians in the west, most of them, they don't know the realities here. They don't know who is occupying who, who is oppressing who, who is confiscating whose land, who is building walls to try and separate people from one another," Alex Awad, who also pastors East Jerusalem Church, told The Christian Post.

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Study: BFFs May Have Similar DNA

Next time someone says “You would really like my friend, she’s just like you,” try to refrain from giving her the side eye. It turns out she might have some science to back her up. According to a new study from Yale University and the University of California at San Diego, good friends are often genetically similar, and can share as much as 1% of the same gene variants. In genetic terms, that’s a lot. As close as, say, fourth cousins.

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35 Planet of the Apes Doesn't Fit Snugly in the "War on Humans" Category

In the end, it's all our fault. We caused the villain ape to go bad by experimenting on him. We caused the plague. But the movie doesn't argue that the world would be better off if all the humans were dead. In these days of growing anti-humanism, that's a victory.

36 How Do I Choose Which Passion to Pursue?

Matt, are you reading the Bible, praying and listening to the wisdom of your community? If not, I’d suggest making a healthy diet of those disciplines. Because at the end of the day, I don’t think you’re going to hear a lot from God about things that we sometimes make mini-idols out of (i.e. hobbies, career paths, etc.). But you will garner a lot of wisdom about what matters to Him and how our obedience can fall into line with things God has spoken very clearly about. Things like “doing justice, loving mercy, walking with humility” (paraphrase of Micah 6:8) or “loving God with all you’ve got and loving your neighbor as yourself “ (paraphrase of Mark 12:30).

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What's the Point of the Millennium?

Good work on the thousand year life spans. But why take the 1000 years literally when it appears in a book full of symbols? I know that sounds like a cop out, but every symbol in the Revelation has its source in the Old Testament. The “Here is wisdom…” and “666″ in Revelation 13 are allusions to Solomon, and the point at which his corruption began. The Land Beast was a Jewish king. So what is the Old Testament source for the millennium? It does begin with the antediluvian lifespans, but the “Tabernacle” where God dwells also lasts for 1000 years. It was 1000 years from the offering of Isaac on Moriah to David’s purchase of that site for the Temple (1000 years of tent worship), then another 1000 years from the construction of Solomon’s Temple to the destruction of Herod’s Temple (1000 years of house worship). What does this mean in Revelation? A new administration in a new kind of house. But what is the purpose of this administration? That can only be deduced from the structure of the book, which among other things is sacrificial ( http://bitly.

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Ses Apologetics

Hear from SES co-founders Norman Geisler & Ross Rhoads, SES President Richard Land, John Lennox, Hugh Ross, William Dembski, Richard Howe, and SES students about this unique school which combines c...

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China and Russia Top Governments Responsible for Damaging, Vandalizing Churches, Mosques, Says New Study

The Chinese, Russian and Tajikistan governments bore responsibility for the destruction of over 100 houses of worship in their respective countries in 2012.

40 True Love: Guy Robs Girlfriend's Bank to Pay for Engagement Ring

Fakhouri's girlfriend later called him to voice her fears about the robbery she had just witnessed. Unfortunately for them and true love, the robbery was captured by the bank's surveillance cameras and Fakhouri's girlfriend—suddenly immune to his charms—recognized her beau as the culprit. She turned him over to the police, and so our love story comes to its end, with an important reminder: don't rob your girlfriend's bank to pay for an engagement ring ...

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How should Christians respond to same-sex marriage (podcast)

On this talk show:  An exploration of God’s design for marriage and a look at how Christians should respond to the issue of same-sex marriage (Sean McDowell)

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Calif. School District Tells Student It Has an 'Obligation' to Censor God in Graduation Speech

A California school district has refused to apologize to one of its students for previously banning him from mentioning God in his graduation speech, saying instead that it has an "obligation" to prevent sectarian speeches.

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Obedience and Responsibility

send to a friend #1  Posted by James Read  |  Monday, July 14, 2014at 4:44 PM Something I found in my ongoing study of Luke today. By John MacArthur. Luke 12:10-12 The Spirit is the one who gives life, it says in 2 Corinthians 3:6. The Spirit is the one who regenerates, as Jesus said in His conversation with Nicodemus in John 3. It is the Spirit who convicts of sin, righteousness and judgment, John 16. And the Spirit does all that not in a vacuum, not in some mystical experience. He does that through Scripture. It is the reading of the Word of God authored by the Spirit that brings the sinner to the reality of his own sinfulness, because it is the Scripture that reveals the Law of God. And measured against that Law, you know you're a sinner and that's how you become convicted of sin and righteousness and the judgment that's revealed in Scripture.

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Notre Dame Buys Historical Bible of First Catholic Priest Ordained in US

The University of Notre Dame has acquired the three-volume Bible of the first Roman Catholic priest to be ordained in the United States.

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The Yes of Love

Discovering the deepest truths about family requires starting with God’s own Trinitarian nature. In the Creation account, we see that God is both one and three (Gen. 1:26). The triune relationship is marked by the constant, joyful outpouring of self in generous love. Desiring to invite others into this Divine Dance of love, God—out of sheer grace—makes humans in His own image and places them in a beautiful, superabundant creation. As God’s image-bearers, men and women are made for community, for that self-giving love that characterizes their Creator. But as in the Trinity, their relationship is not to be exclusively pointed inward, but outward in generosity. A marriage partnership is made not only for the partners. The yes spoken to each other is also one spoken for the life of the world .

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Marvel Makes A Big Change To Thor

Marvel Comics announced a huge change to one of its iconic heroes, Thor, on Tuesday's episode of "The View." The hammer-wielding god of thunder will now be a woman in the comic series.

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Truthbomb Apologetics: 5 Reasons Why You Should Check Out Christianity First...by Craig Hazen

5 Reasons Why You Should Check Out Christianity First...by Craig Hazen

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Are Christian Colleges free to be Christian?

Seems to me we need to think like Daniel and his colleagues and prepare for either the fiery furnace or the lion’s den. Christians DO have a right to live out their religious beliefs, it’s just that the price might be getting higher. Classic economics says the higher the price, the lower the demand, but, fortunately, our God doesn’t work that way. Maybe, just maybe, if we hold fast in the face of the unremitting attempts to diminish the First Amendment, and we do it joyfully, without malice towards those who oppose Christianity, the fruit of that effort will be worth it. Maybe those of us who are on the front line might not see the results, but our children, and theirs may well. Perhaps this is actually a potential golden age of Christianity if we are willing to pay the upcoming price of persecution and ostracization?

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Strangers Donate Thousands to Girl Whose Ex-Uncle Executed Her Entire Family as She Prepares to Bury Them Wednesday

Complete strangers and well-wishers have donated more than $300,000 to help 15-year-old Cassidy Stay, the sole survivor of the brutal execution-style massacre carried out by her ex-uncle at her family's Texas home last Wednesday, which left her mother, father and four younger siblings dead.

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Christian hospitality and the sharing economy

The economy of grace is the only economy there is, although we can refuse to recognize it and therefore attempt to reduce it to an economy of exchange. The point--made frequently in the New Testament in James, 1 John, Acts, and by Paul in numerous places--is that if one does not habitually share freely what one has as the need arises, then there one should have serious doubts about one is actually a recipient of God's grace. Can someone make a profit? Surely, insofar as profit is recognized as a substantial (and therefore a sharing in the common) good. But the goods/services one provides are rooted in grace/gift, and the compensation one receives for providing them are likewise rooted in grace/gift. The best employer and the best workers are ones who realize that the economy of grace goes all the way down. Those who attempt to live in the economy of grace as though it were nothing more than an economy of exchange is inauthentic in the worst sense, i.e., not corresponding to reality. When the New Testament speaks about work, it does so in terms of working hard so that you're respectable in the eyes of onlookers (1 Thess.

51 Wesley J. Smith - ACLU to Force Doctors to Take Human Life
52 Church of England Approves Women Bishops in Historic Vote; Theological Debate Expected to Continue
53 Atheist to Deliver Invocation in City at Center of Supreme Court Case on Prayer
54 Assisted Suicide Legalization Proves Divisive for Anglican Communion; Archbishop of Canterbury Against Bill
55 Forensic Theology - Christian Research Institute
56 No Common Ground? - Christian Research Institute
57 Abortion at 39 weeks prompts outrage from British politicians
58 The Case for Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus - Kindle edition by Lee Strobel. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
59 Coming April 2015 - "This Strange and Sacred Scripture"
60 New study lends support to Michael Behe's "Edge of Evolution" hypothesis
61 9 Things You Should Know About Mormonism
62 Planned Parenthood Tells Underage Girl to Experiment With Whips, Asphyxiation; Go to Sex Shop (Video)
63 WORLD | Senate Democrats try to kill state pro-life laws | Rikki Elizabeth Stinnette | July 15, 2014
64 Mike Licona explains the As, Bs, Cs, Ds and Es of New Testament reliability
65 Q&A: The Long Ending of Mark, Worldwide Flood, and Hatred - Christian Research Institute
66 A Very Different And Unexpected Happiness | HeadHeartHand Blog
67 Christ the Tao: C. S. Lewis' (really) 10 Best Books
68 Qatar’s 2022 World Cup: A Human Rights Nightmare
69 ‘Get with the Program’ — The Church of England Votes to Ordain Women Bishops
70 Pint-Sized Hero Comforts Classmate on Her First Day at School - This is Adorable!
71 WORLD | Todd Starnes: Be alarmed, get educated, take action | Warren Cole Smith | July 15, 2014
72 WORLD | Government survey: Gay population smaller than previously thought | Rachel Lynn Aldrich | July 15, 2014
73 This Comcast Customer Service Call Is Humanly Impossible
74 Katy Perry's 'Grace of God' Performance Leaves Singer Hoping 'Angels' Are 'Still' Watching Over Her Despite Denouncing Faith (VIDEO)
75 WORLD | Midterm elections a scary prospect for Democrats | Kent Covington | July 15, 2014
76 Cancer Survivor Believes God Answered Her Prayer for Strength With an Old Facebook Photo
77 WORLD | A life worth living | Jay Grelen | July 26, 2014
78 Marvel's Thor Is Going to Be a Woman Now
79 WORLD | What do you think about college statements of faith? | Marvin Olasky | July 15, 2014
80 7-Year-Old Cancer Patient Loves 'Frozen' and So Does Her Nurse - See Their Amazing Impromptu Performance!
81 WORLD | The 6 a.m. fire alarm | Mindy Belz | July 26, 2014
82 An Evening with Hank Hanegraaff in Kansas City - Christian Research Institute
83 Bill Cosby Could Be Returning to TV with a New Family Sitcom
84 WORLD | Midday Roundup: Double lightning deaths scare tourists in the Rockies | Lynde Langdon | July 15, 2014
85 The Progressive Appeal to an Imaginary Calendar
86 John MacArthur Weighs in on Presbyterian Church's Decision to Marry Same-Sex Couples, 'They Are Satan's Church,' the Pastor Says (VIDEO)
87 Was Luther a Calvinist?
88 Ethix (Was $10.00, NOW $8.99!) - Christian Research Institute
89 Atheist to Open Town Meeting Following Supreme Court’s Public Prayer Ruling
90 When Our Desires Disorient Us