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What Is A Simple Case for Religious Liberty?

Without using the Bible, or other Scripture, how do you make a case for religious freedom? Sean briefly tackles this question.

Ohio Restaurant Ends Church Discount After Atheists Complain About Discrimination

A newly opened Ohio restaurant that offered a Sunday discount to churchgoers for several weeks was forced to end the offer after owners were warned by an atheist organization that the discount could be discriminatory under the law.

Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles Awarded ESPY for Best Championship Performance

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has been on a hot streak for much of this year, and once again, he came out on top in the race for the Best Championship Performance ESPY Award.

Watch Joyce Meyer Make a Strong Biblical Case for Getting Tattoos

Well, this is probably not the headline you were expecting to see today. Popular preacher and author Joyce Meyer recently preached a message in which she made the biblical case

Tim Allen's 'Last Man Standing' Teaser Hits Back at ABC Network for Canceling Series

"Last Man Standing," a hit sitcom starring Tim Allen and Nancy Travis, will return to television later this year, but fans will have to find it on a new network.

Lauren Daigle Declares What God Says About Her in New Record (Video)

Lauren Daigle is gearing up to release her first album in three years and in her new single, "You Say," the young singer dispels self-doubt by declaring what God says about her.

Meet Tim Rogers, the Pastor Who Calls Hell a 'Fairytale' and Believes Christians Should Study More

Three weeks ago, Arkansas Pastor Timothy Rogers drew flak after a video of him declaring that Hell is a "fairytale" and no different than Santa Claus became public. In an interview with The Christian Post, Rogers stood by his position and elaborated on his faith journey.

After 20 Years Together, Erica Campbell Reveals to Husband She Tried to Kill Herself (Video)

Erica Campbell of gospel duo Mary Mary revealed that she once tried to kill herself.

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Is This Ragtime Cover of 'Buddy Holly' Amazing or an Abomination?

You ever watch Westworld and wish it was like three times as corny and cartoonish? This cover of Weezer's 'Buddy Holly,' played ragtime-style on a piano by YouTuber Scott Bradlee, will

The Trailer for Netflix's 'Insatiable' Is Causing Major Controversy

It won't be out for a few more weeks, but Netflix's upcoming series Insatiable, about a high-school student who loses a bunch of weight and takes revenge on all the classmates

Incredibles 2 and Agency in the Church | Think Christian

The Pixar sequel offers a souped-up model for equipping women in ministry.

Have Your Mind Blown By This Artist Painting Awesome Dragons in One Brushstroke

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1 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

2 Twitter

As a mother of a child with special needs and a deacon, this breaks my heart. If there’s no place for these children in the church, where are they welcome? We must do better and recognize the image of God in everyone.

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A Call To An Intellectual Faith

Faith has traditionally been understood as trusting a reliable source. For example, while it is possible to prove through historical means that Jesus died, it is not possible to prove through merely historical means that his death atoned for our sins. The former is demonstrable through reason, the latter by faith. This is not meant to say that faith is irrational. On the contrary, when a source is demonstrated to be reliable, we can trust that source even when we cannot prove something through empirical investigation. Jesus and his apostles have been verified to be reliable sources. Their message has been confirmed with miracles and Jesus’ claims to deity were likewise confirmed via miracles. Given such reliability, we can trust, i.e. have faith in, what they say.

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Went to Catholic religion classes some days a week after school as I was going through communion and later confirmation. My brother, who's of special needs, got pulled out by second year I believe cause my parents saw they weren't treated right.

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C. S. Lewis: Defender of the Faith

Many have argued about the validity of C. S. Lewis’s apologetic arguments. (They are sound.) This essay will look at Lewis as a practical role model for winsome Christian apologists. What made him a good one? He understood the evangelistic situation we face in the modern world, in which sin and true moral guilt are missing concepts and the biblical worldview a foreign country to most people, yet he was not tempted to alter the gospel to make it more palatable to the evolving audience. He understood how to communicate abstruse ideas and linear arguments in a way that normal human beings can follow. He understood that good arguments are a necessary but not a sufficient condition of an effective apologia. He knew how to make his arguments meaningful by calling imagination to the aid of reason and by putting them in the context of a life of loving service. This combination of features made him the greatest apologist of the twentieth century. The conclusion for us is to “go thou and do likewise.”

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No Blind Faith Here

Consequently, faith and rationality are often seen as incompatible, mutually exclusive terms. They are treated as opposite approaches to truth. On a popular level, it is assumed by many unbelievers that if a person is rational, they have no need for faith. On a personal level, it is assumed by many believers that if a person has faith, there is no need for rationality.

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Kindle Deals in Christian Apologetics: This Week's Top Ten Best-Sellers!

Christians today are facing more challenges than ever. The Poached Egg exists to equip Christians to meet those challenges and be more confident in their faith and become more effective witnesses for Christ. If you find these articles and posts useful, please consider partnering with me to continue this work that God has laid on my heart.

8 Six Ways Your Phone Is Changing You

In a recent interview, Wells asked Christians to consider the consequences of the smartphone. “What is it doing to our minds when we are living with this constant distraction? We are, in fact, now living with a parallel universe, a virtual universe that can take all of the time we have. So, what happens to us when we are in constant motion, when we are addicted to constant visual stimulation? What happens to us? That is the big question.”

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Why We're Probably Alone in the Universe, Despite the Latest Planet Discovery

Last week, science journalists reported on the discovery  of a "nearby alien planet" that might be "capable of supporting life." Ross 128b lies approximately 11 light-years from earth and, according to a new study, "is likely a rocky and temperate world" that "could potentially have liquid water on its surface." Ross 128b appears to lie within the "habitable zone" of its star and boasts a surface "equilibrium temperature" of about 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Reports involving planets like Ross 128b typically ignite the imagination of ET enthusiasts and science fiction writers, but should this latest discovery provide real hope that we aren't alone in the universe?

10 Burberry Burned $38 Million Worth of Leftover Merchandise and People Are Not Happy

Over $116 million worth of product has been reportedly destroyed over five years. Burberry is not the only luxurious label to ditch its unsold stock, following suit with the likes of Chanel and Louis Vuitton. Experts say this is a fairly common practice in the fashion industry, as brands try to retain their exclusivity.

11 Twitter

John and Ed discuss the confusion—and political polarization—surrounding Trump’s meeting with Putin in Helsinki. They also review Turkey’s outrageous imprisonment of American pastor Andrew Brunson, as well as a new pamphlet by the Human Rights Campaign. bit.ly/2LA05ac pic.twitter.com/ee91TwBSCA

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When God Answers ‘No’ to Our Prayers

We get a steady stream of emails from listeners asking about unanswered prayers, like this one from a podcast listener named Luis. “Hello, Pastor John. In Philippians 4:19, I read this promise: ‘God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.’ But I don’t see God providing as his word says he would. My prayers go up, but it seems like God is silent, or he constantly answers me with an implied ‘no.’ This causes me to feel discouraged and ignored. How do I respond to this ‘no’ from God when I pray for good things?”

13 Renewing Your Mind | I Am with You Always | Jul 20, 2018

The Lord has promised to be with His people always, and this promise gives us the confidence to go and make disciples. Today, Burk Parsons concludes his series on the Great Commission.

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New Paper by Winston Ewert Demonstrates Superiority of Design Model | Evolution News

Ewert’s results are a Copernican Revolution moment. First, for the sample computer software data, not surprisingly the null model performed poorly. Computer software is highly organized, and there are relationships between different computer programs, and how they draw from foundational software libraries. But comparing the common descent and dependency graph models, the latter performs far better at modeling the software “species.” In other words, the design and development of computer software is far better described and modeled by a dependency graph than by a common descent tree.

15 Twitter

What to pray for this week: Rather, thank you for forming and knitting us in our mother’s womb. Praise you for so carefully making us for your glory. And give us the determination to purposefully protect the unborn. Download 21 Days of Prayer for Life! bit.ly/2CkG6ff pic.twitter.com/HNHuP6VIWo

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Rick Curry was born without most of his right arm, but the founder of the Dog Tag Bakery and Fellowship program in D.C., said being one-handed forced him to adapt. Eventually, that necessity became a skill, a gift. @DogTagBakery bit.ly/2Nz11fQ pic.twitter.com/4m0yxUSnKB

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Superficial #socialmedia community is never going to be enough for those who were made for face-to-face communion with God and each other. Marriage, deep friendship, and the bond of the Christian family—these things are irreplaceable. bit.ly/2A0YKb0 pic.twitter.com/pNTGP97sw3

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The creation of #art in the tabernacle was not optional; God commanded it. And far from being relegated to the edges of worship, artistic images in both the tabernacle and the Temple “stood at the heart of the worshipping life of the Israelite people.” bit.ly/2uBi35F pic.twitter.com/tcfFOv6Ecv

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Why You Want a Jealous God

We often think of jealousy as a bad thing, something we should avoid because our sinful hearts covet what others have. God’s jealousy, however, is appropriate and good. God’s jealousy is in regard to idolatry , which is worshiping anything other than the one true God of the Bible. God is jealous for people to acknowledge him as the only real and true God and worship him as such ( Ps. 78:58 ).

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Why Believing in Miracles is Not Illogical

About half of current religious "nones" who were raised in a religion (49%) indicate that a lack of belief led them to move away from religion. This includes many respondents who mention "science" as the reason they do not believe in religious teachings, including one who said "I'm a scientist now, and I don't believe in miracles." Others reference "common sense," "logic" or a "lack of evidence" – or simply say they do not believe in God.

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The Power of 'Nice' and the Importance of 'Good'

“Why are you always involved in these missions trips to other religious groups?” Claire’s mother stopped me after a Sunday youth service and pulled me aside. I’ll never forget our conversation. Her question was more accusatory than inquisitive. “I’m not letting Claire go on this trip. I know lots of Mormons. We have several really good friends who are Mormon. They are incredibly nice people. Why would you want to challenge what they believe when they are so nice?” I received many similar complaints and questions from parents when I first began taking students on trips to Salt Lake City. Why would we want to challenge and upset people who are that nice?

22 Raise Your Song in the Night

The ghost of God’s apparent absence walks through the movements of the song, especially in the repeated taunt “Where is your God?” (Psalm 42:3, 10). Unlike the author of Psalm 115, who could boldly answer back, “Our God is in the heavens; he does all that he pleases” (Psalm 115:3), the author of Psalms 42–43 finds himself repeating the questions back to God: “Why have you forgotten me? . . . Why have you rejected me?” (Psalm 42:9; Psalm 43:2).

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Tolerance 101: The Basics for Engaging Culture

Tolerance is grounded in recognizing we are all made in the image of God A biblically-informed tolerance is grounded in creation. Specifically, it is grounded in humanity’s shared creation in the image of God: “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them” (Genesis 1:27). Thus, our common identity in the image of God requires that we value the life and dignity of all people. And an expression of that dignity is leaving room for “other people to have different beliefs or practices without an attempt to suppress them.”

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Crocs' High Heels Are the Ultimate Game Changer

Planning a wedding, but your future husband refuses to let you rock your favorite comfy hot pink Crocs down the aisle because of, you know, social norms?

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The Surprising Connection Between Russian Spies and the National Prayer Breakfast

There’s a pretty crazy wrinkle to the already plenty crazy narrative around Maria Butina, the young Russian gun rights activist who’s been accused by the U.S. Department of Justice of “acting as an agent for a foreign government.” Butina’s espionage activity has plenty of juicy details, but one of the craziest is her alleged work at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2016 and 2017, where she successfully set up meetings between influential Russian figures and American officials.

26 A Store for Napping Has Opened In NYC

That’s right, a whole story devoted to helping people catch some midday shut-eye has opened in New York City, courtesy of mattress start-up Casper. ( h/t NBC )

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Wokeness Added As New Fruit Of The Spirit

According to the resolution, being “woke” is an essential part of being a Christian, and anyone who’s not on board with the social agenda and policies of the Left is not exhibiting the proper fruit of the Spirit in their lives.

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How Christianity Led to the Rise of Modern Science

A central tenet of the new atheism is that Christianity and reason are antithetical, and that throughout history Christians have held back progress in science. Atheist historian Dr. Richard Carrier has promoted similar views in his contributions to essay collections such as The Christian Delusion and Christianity Is Not Great . He suggests that, but for the rise of Christianity, the ancient Greeks would have enjoyed a scientific revolution so that the “Dark Ages” never would have happened. However, the truth is very different. The science of the ancient Greek pagans was intended to reinforce their ethical and philosophical positions, rather than to be an objective study of nature. Admittedly, when Christians came to develop their own science in the Middle Ages, they were not being objective either. For them, science was the study of God’s creation. But the metaphysical assumptions of Christianity, unlike those of the Greeks or even Muslims, turned out to be extremely conducive to uncovering true knowledge about nature. They weren’t trying to, but it was Christians who laid the foundations for modern science.

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Navy SEAL Michael Murphy awarded Medal of Honor

The Medal of Honor is awarded by the President in the name of Congress to a person who, while a member of the Army, distinguishes himself or herself conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life above and beyond the call of duty while engaged in an action against an enemy of the United States; while engaged in military operations involving conflict with an opposing foreign force; or while serving with friendly foreign forces engaged in an armed conflict against an opposing armed force in which the United States is not a belligerent party. The deed performed must have been one of personal bravery or self-sacrifice so conspicuous as to clearly distinguish the individual above his comrades and must have involved risk of life. Incontestable proof of the performance of the service will be exacted and each recommendation for the award of this decoration will be considered on the standard of extraordinary merit.

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A Tendentious Appeal for Methodological Naturalism | Evolution News

The sciences are characterized by what is sometimes called a “methodological naturalism,” which disregards talk of divine agency. In response to those who argue that this reflects a dogmatic materialism, a number of philosophers have offered a pragmatic defense. The naturalism of the sciences, they argue, is provisional and defeasible: it is justified by the fact that unsuccessful theistic explanations have been superseded by successful natural ones. But this defense is inconsistent with the history of the sciences. The sciences have always exhibited what we call a domain naturalism. They have never invoked divine agency, but have always focused on the causal structure of the natural world. It is not the case, therefore, that the sciences once employed theistic explanations and then abandoned them. The naturalism of the sciences is as old as science itself.

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3 Reasons to Love the Sojourner

“We love the sojourner, we love the outcast, because this is what God does. This is who he is.”— Afshin Ziafat

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Ten Reasons We Fail to Share Our Faith (Free Bible Insert) | Cold Case Christianity

On Monday I observed how many of us are concerned about our shrinking religious freedom even though we seldom exercise this freedom by sharing the gospel on a regular basis. I listed ten obstacles we must overcome if we hope to be better Christian Case Makers. In this blog post, I’ll expand on this list and provide a free Bible Insert to help you overcome these common impediments to the Gospel:

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Summer Series: J. Warner Wallace | SeaCoast Grace Church

Summer Series: J. Warner Wallace

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Blog Claiming Godly Men Want 'Debt-Free Virgins Without Tattoos' Goes Viral

"You see, I am a debt-free virgin without tattoos. I'm also a Reformed Presbyterian Christian, deeply immersed in the Scriptures, well versed in the history of the church and the writings of the Puritans. My mother and I live together in a happy multi-generational home. I can cook for any number of people from one to 100. I help homeschool my younger brothers. I am the exact woman you hold up as an ideal. I am the person you say young women should strive to be," she said.

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Why I read Proverbs every day – Don Whitney

Proverbs has always been one of my favorite books. When as a young man it was called to my attention that there’s a chapter for each of the thirty-one days in a month, I began the habit of daily reading the chapter of Proverbs that corresponds with the day of the month. After doing so now for over forty years, I was astonished to realize that means I’ve read through the book of Proverbs more than five hundred times. And I plan to continue the practice for the rest of my life, for I never outgrow the need for the practical wisdom of this divinely-inspired book.

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It is better to have good reasons

Many modern people, Christians included, treat faith as a strange mystical way of knowing that is unconnected to reason or evidence. It is a zero-sum game in which the more reason and evidence you have, the less of a role is left for faith to play. The New Testament, however, knows nothing of such ideas. For the biblical writers, faith is simply trust, and salvation is granted to people who put their personal trust in Christ as God’s Messiah. You could conceivably have that trust for good reasons, bad reasons, or no reasons. It is better to have good reasons. Luke says that Jesus offered “many convincing proofs” of His resurrection (Acts 1:3), and early preachers such as the apostle Paul were constantly giving reasons and evidence to back up their message. So we could say that apologetics is based on a biblical precept (Peter’s command), biblical precedent (the apostles’ example), and a biblical principle (that the gospel is truth that should be addressed to the whole person, including the mind).

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The Puzzle of Pluto

A second heating mechanism could be tidal flexing. Large astronomical objects can stretch and squeeze their smaller neighbors. Astronomers have invoked this process to explain why no craters exist on the surface of Io, the innermost large satellite of Jupiter. They say that Jupiter has caused tidal flexing on Io, generating many volcanoes that periodically recover Io’s surface. Alternately stretching and compressing with each orbit, Io’s interior continually heats up, much as a metal wire heats up when we bend it rapidly back and forth. With the vast difference in size between Jupiter and Io, tidal flexing seems like a reasonable explanation for Io’s smooth surface, though doubt remains whether this mechanism is strong enough to explain Io’s volcanism. This mechanism may work on Io, but it cannot work at all on Pluto. No massive bodies orbit nearby.

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Weekend Apologetics Hit & Misc: Science and Miracles

For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.

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Speaking Christianese and the Evangelistic Danger of Low Expectations (Podcast) | Cold Case Christianity

In this podcast, J. Warner talks about the habit many of us of speaking Christianese, the distinctive (and often confusing) language of the Christian faith. How can we learn to communicate important Christian concepts without sounding like we’re speaking Greek? Jim also discusses the dangerous consequences resulting from low expectations when sharing what we believe with people who seem to be completely uninterested.

40 Who Wrote the Book of Hebrews?

Throughout the past several weeks, we have been exploring who the authors of the books of the New Testament were. Already we have seen that there are good reasons for supporting the traditional view that the apostles Matthew and John wrote the Gospels attributed to them, John Mark writing the Second Gospel which was a documentation of Simon Peter’s testimony, Dr. Luke as the author of the Third Gospel and Acts after having attributed information from numerous eyewitnesses, and the apostle Paul as the author of all thirteen epistles attributed to him. Now, we examine a more mysterious letter. Let’s look at the Book of Hebrews.

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3 ways to misread the Sermon on the Mount — Southern Equip

Yet, because the Sermon on the Mount is very similar to the book of James—some scholars believe the book of James “echoes” the Sermon on the Mount—and because Luther was so committed to justification by faith alone, he failed to understand the purpose of Jesus words in Matthew 5–7. Thus, when he read the call for righteousness in Jesus’ sermon, he understood it as an “impossible ideal” that was meant to lead him and us back to God’s grace in Christ.

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Fallacies physicists fall for

The reaction to [such] remarks of most physicists would, I fear, be somewhat as follows: “Why bother imposing an ‘ontology’ on quantum mechanics at all?... [Q]uantum mechanics has a precise mathematical language of its own.  If there are problems with that language, they are problems for mathematical physicists, not for philosophers.  And in any case, we know how to use that language to make predictions accurate to a great many decimal places.  If that language does not come with a criterion of ‘ontological commitment,’ so much the worse for ‘ontology.’”…

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Bring On Your Questions

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How the WMAP satellite confirmed nucleosynthesis predictions and falsified atheism

Prior to certain scientific discoveries, most people thought that the universe had always been here, and no need to ask who or what may have caused it. But today, that’s all changed. Today, the standard model of the origin of the universe is that all the matter and energy in the universe came into being in an event scientists call “The Big Bang”. At the creation event, space and time themselves began to exist, and there is no material reality that preceded them.

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How the discovery of the cosmic microwave background radiation falsified atheism

Prior to certain scientific discoveries, most people thought that the universe had always been here, and no need to ask who or what may have caused it. But today, that’s all changed. Today, the standard model of the origin of the universe is that all the matter and energy in the universe came into being in an event scientists call “The Big Bang”. At the creation event, space and time themselves began to exist, and there is no material reality that preceded them.

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The right play... or 'got played'?

So, the big question: Did Trump totally blow it in Helsinki, getting dominated by Putin, or did he take a positive step in befriending an enemy?

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Skeptic's three arguments...FAITH'S response...

Can we ‘prove’ God exists?  Is God ‘provable’?  These are legitimate and honest endeavors for anyone that is being honest with themselves.  If there is a God; what is He like, what does He want, and can I know Him.  I’ll lay my cards on the table; I’m a theist, even more, I am a Christian-theist, firmly convinced that the God of the Biblical account is the one, true, and living God and Jesus was God incarnate.  I think you should know my biases, as they may color my argument, and I wish not to apologize later.  I will try to be as fair and balanced as any Christian can be, fully convinced of God’s existence.

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"I Can't Read the Bible if I Die of Hunger"

Ray Comfort shares the gospel on the local college campus. Jason is 6 '6. That's one tall fellow. Here's a stimulating conversation with these two guys who have some sort of a religious foundation. Watch more free videos and get other resources by Ray Comfort and the Living Waters team at http://www.LivingWaters.com Look us up on social media… FACEBOOK Living Waters: https://www.facebook.com/lwwotm Ray Comfort: https://www.facebook.com/official.Ray... INSTAGRAM Living Waters: https://www.instagram.com/livingwater... TWITTER Living Waters: https://twitter.com/LivingWatersPub Ray Comfort: https://twitter.com/raycomfort

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Pitfalls of the novice minister – Brian J. Vickers

Of course, preaching through Romans and Genesis is a great thing to do, and biblical ecclesiology is essential for a healthy local church — but all at once, and without much pastoral or preaching experience? Admittedly, not every problem young ministers face is due to a lack of wisdom and experience. I’ve never forgotten what a former student told me about the very first Sunday he walked in his church to begin his pastorate. An elderly man, serving as a greeter that morning, approached him virtually the second he opened the door, shook his hand, and said, “I’ve seen young preacher-boys come and go and I’m still here, and I’ll still be here long after you’re gone too.” It took about two years and, sure enough, the young minister was gone.

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Meet the Fuxianhuiids: Exploding Cambrian Arthropods | Evolution News

This Quick Guide guides people astray. The authors do a disservice to readers by implying that evolution is being “understood” better because of fuxianhuiids. They don’t even mention the Cambrian explosion or the arthropod head problem. The authors grin cheerfully about how fuxianhuiids are shedding light on evolution, but backstage they are cramming data into a pre-determined belief system instead of following the evidence where it leads. If an unbiased scientist dug up a fossil fuxianhuiid and held it in her hands, would she see a vision of Darwin?

51 10/11/14
52 $3 Million Donation Covers Tuition for University of Houston's College of Medicine's Inaugural Class
53 Can Atheists Solve the Problem of "Free Will" by Redefining It? | Cold Case Christianity
54 Your Vapid, Gimmicky High-Tech Future Is Here! | Evolution News
55 Why Christians Should Kiss the Courtship Debate Goodbye
56 Chick-fil-A Set to Discontinue Cow Calendars
57 Confusing Moral Utility With Moral Creation | Cold Case Christianity
58 Transgender—Bringing Clarity to a Confused World
59 God, Human Life And Abortion
60 Engaging with People on the Problem of Evil
61 Unshakable Hope: Building Our Lives on the Promises of God
62 Don’t Just Wait for Gospel Opportunities
63 From Doubt to Devotion: Jay's Story
64 You Can Now Purchase the ‘Brady Bunch’ House
65 Why Abortion Is Unjust Discrimination
66 A Galaxy with Little or No Dark Matter
67 What Is Truth? A Christian Perspective
68 The Reasons Christianity is the True Faith
69 CRI Resource: CRI18072A - Christian Research Institute
70 Louie Giglio on Instagram: “// m y t o w n // What a snap of @a_t_l_a_n_t_a via Chicago-based @jasonmpeterson, one of my favorite follows!”
71 Christian charity blasts govt plans for parents to lose right to veto sex-ed at age 15 - Premier
72 Where Parenting Begins
73 Why topical preaching can never build a healthy church – Mark Dever
74 Thieves Steal 21 Human Skulls From Crypt at Historic Church
75 A Cinematic Theology of the Cross: Despair and Hope in Paul Schrader’s First Reformed - Christ and Pop Culture
76 You Know That You've Repented When ...
77 Film review: Mama Mia Here We Go Again - WORLD Radio Blog
78 C. S. Lewis: Defender of the Faith - Christian Research Institute
79 Helping Our Children to Love the Church
80 Taylor Swift and Jennifer Hudson Are Starring in a Movie Version of 'Cats'
81 A New Testament Professor’s Rediscovery of the Doctrine of Vocation — Southern Equip
82 5 Ways to Start 'Divorce-Proofing' Your Marriage
83 Oregon's Hypocrisy on Abortion and a Pentecostal Faith-Healing Sect
84 Businessman buys 1,000 Bibles to give away - Premier
85 A supernatural book.
86 Watch Seth Rogen's Laugh Replace the 'Friends' Laugh Track
87 What Does It Mean for Jesus to Be Affirming?