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C.S. Lewis Symposium Panel Discussion

For more resources visit: In November 2013 Dr William Lane Craig traveled to the United Kingdom to be part of the C. S. Lewis ...

Dude, Who Killed My Prophet? Who killed Muhammad? According to the Qur'an, Allah killed him . . . for being a false prophet.

Eric Metaxas at Oxbridge 2014 CSLF

Eric speaks at the C.S. Lewis Foundation summer institute in Oxford England.

The Case for Christianity Answer Book by Lee Strobel - Full Trailer

Dr. Brown Addresses Anti - Christian Sentiments in NFL Media

Dr. Brown confronts the recent attacks on Tony Dungy and David Tyree

546. Are Miracles Possible?

Dr. Norman Geisler answers whether or not miracles are in fact possible.

547. What's An Amillennialist?

Dr. Norman Geisler explains what an amillennialist is.

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Should Christians Be Pushing to Have Creation Taught in Government Schools?

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Brothers and sisters, don’t argue for your independence; there’s no safer place than to be a helpless child in the arms of the God of the universe. And please, don’t defend your righteousness; Jesus knew you had nothing to offer and he still went to the Cross to purchase you with his blood.

2 Challenge Response: Christians Fight Too Hard for Inerrancy and Inspiration - Stand to Reason Blog

Challenge Response: Christians Fight Too Hard for Inerrancy and Inspiration

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5 EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

Is capital punishment biblical? Christians who believe in capital punishment and those who do not both use the Bible to buttress their beliefs. So, what does the Bible really teach regarding capital punishment? To begin with, it should be noted that in the very first book of the Bible God clearly communicates his position with […]

Expositors Summit

Preaching is not an advisory role based in religious expertise but a prophetic function whereby God speaks to his people. For this reason the Expositors Summit is designed to strengthen and instruct preachers and students for the glorious task of expository ministry. You’re invited to join R. Albert Mohler Jr., John MacArthur and H.B. Charles Jr. for the explication of God’s Word and gospel fellowship.

Greg's Blog

I remember back in the mid-1990s when our church put up our first video screens. Some people were upset about it. Some even said, “We’re leaving the church over this! We don’t come to church to watch TV.” But it’s different now. When I speak these days, I notice some of these same people looking at the screens more than at me, though I am standing right in front of them. The fact is, the video draws you in closer, making it more intimate. I only wish they had invented HD technology when I was thirty instead of when I was 61! I remember hearing Christians being critical of churches having websites. Now everyone has them. The point is, these new technologies are like a massive, updated Roman road system that opens up the world to us. We ought to use and leverage every technology platform—radio, TV, film, the Web, as well as social media like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and all the new ones as they emerge. This is an area in which we need to remain flexible. But there are also areas in which we must remain inflexible. For instance, the church must always be a place where God’s Word is taught and the gospel is proclaimed.

The LeBron James Redemption

Frank Caliendo channels Morgan Freeman from "The Shawshank Redemption" when reading LeBron James' letter discussing his return to Cleveland.

Defending Tony Dungy’s Right to Have an Opinion

I had an opportunity to interview Dungy a few years ago and found him to be humble, gracious, and soft-spoken—exactly the kind of coach I would want my kid playing for. He's not perfect—just a sinner like you and me and Dan Wetzel and Michael Sam. But Dungy is the kind of coach I would want to play for in that he seemed to treat every human in his orbit with a lot of respect and grace. I don’t have to tell you how rare this is in football. Dignity can sometimes be in short supply. That’s why I’m defending him (in a small way), but in a larger way defending his right to have an opinion. 

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Grace to You

For this scribe to address Jesus as he did was quite out of the ordinary and probably impressive to the apostles and the crowds, since he issued the claim as a Jewish leader. It’s not certain that the man ever really believed in Jesus, but he probably felt sincere in his own mind with what he professed. He was likely just as convinced as Peter that he would always follow the Lord (Matt. 26:33, 35), but neither could be sure about that, as Peter’s temporary denial illustrates.

If you want to prove you don't hate gays, all you have to do is worship at their feet - The Matt Walsh Blog

I have never in my life encountered a religion as oppressive, cold, and stiff as Progressivism. I’ve never known a faith more eager to burn heretics at the stake. Even a fundamentalist Iranian Muslim would flinch if he came face to face with a western liberal’s rigid dogmatism. I imagine that even a Saudi Arabian Islamic cleric would take one look at how American left wingers react when anyone deviates ever so slightly from their established orthodoxy, and say to himself, “man, these people REALLY need to chill.”

'Fifty Shades of Grey' trailer sees 'Red'

Jamie Dornan was late to the "Fifty Shades" party, as "Sons of Anarchy" star Charlie Hunnam was initially cast to play the wealthy, S&M-loving Christian Grey. But after Hunnam dropped out, Dornan was tapped to fill the role. An Irish model-turned-actor, Dornan is most familiar to U.S. audiences for his work on ABC's "Once Upon A Time."

14 Grace to You Radio

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Arizona execution lasts nearly two hours; lawyer says Joseph Wood was ‘gasping and struggling to breathe’

Whatever happens to Wood, the attacks will not stop and for a simple reason: The enterprise is flawed. Using drugs meant for individuals with medical needs to carry out executions is a misguided effort to mask the brutality of executions by making them look serene and peaceful — like something any one of us might experience in our final moments…. But executions are, in fact, nothing like that. They are brutal, savage events, and nothing the state tries to do can mask that reality. Nor should it. If we as a society want to carry out executions, we should be willing to face the fact that the state is committing a horrendous brutality on our behalf.

Genetics of cancer: Non-coding DNA can finally be decoded

Cancer is a disease of the genome resulting from a combination of genetic modifications (or mutations). We inherit from our parents strong or weak predispositions to developing certain kinds of cancer; in addition, we also accumulate new mutations in our cells throughout our lifetime. Although the genetic origins of cancers have been studied for a long time, researchers were not able to measure the role of non-coding regions of the genome until now. A team of geneticists from the University of Geneva (UNIGE), by studying tissues from patients suffering from colorectal cancer, have succeeded in decoding this unexplored, but crucial, part of our genome. Their results can be found in Nature .

Alumni Academy | Summer

Jesus’ final words to his first-century disciples were “go, make disciples of all nations…” (Matthew 28.18-20).  Twenty-first century churches carry the same mission, sent as Jesus was sent to be a witness to the gospel among billions around the globe.  How, though, can a local church and individual believers fully embrace the Great Commission call to intercultural evangelism, discipleship, and church planting?  How can we do missions well?

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Keep Praying That Prayer

The connection between her praying and ours is not the cruel judge and our God, but that righteousness will be given for God’s people — even if by the hands of a bad guy. “Hear what the unrighteous judge says,” Jesus tells us (Luke 18:6). What is right will happen for us as it did for her — and we don’t have to badger God like she did the judge. The answer — the vindication — of our prayer may not look exactly like what we’re wanting or turn out with all the specifications of our request, but God will do the right thing and we pray with faith unto this end.

How to Change the World

Jim Wallis: When I think of mistakes I made, what comes to mind is not just a single mistake but the need to continue to resist the lures of success, influence and access. In a town like Washington, D.C., access is everything, but nobody asks what the access is for—what are the results, how does this change the world? Being content with “influence” or “success” is the temptation, when the prophets always ask the hard questions and make sure they are connected to the hard places.

Why Pastors Should Preach About Body Image

Keller goes on to explain that when some part of yourself is injured or unwell, it consumes your attention. In the case of self-image, a broken view of the body results in a preoccupation with the body. Rather than live a life oriented toward God, many women (and men) are oriented toward their appearances. And until that view of the body is healed, they will forever struggle to focus on anything else.

Dispatches from the Front

Few things fuel gospel hope more than hearing testimonies of conversion, and in this book you will read dozens of such stories. You will hear of men and women who once worshiped false gods now bowing their knee to the only true God. You will read of some who persecuted Christians with vitriol who are now worshiping with their new brothers and sisters. You will meet prisoners, KGB agents, imams, wealthy men with power, and marginalized women with nothing of their own—all transformed by the unstoppable, boundary-shattering power of the good news.

John Newton: The Tough Roots of His Habitual Tenderness

John Newton was born July 24, 1725 in London to a godly mother and an irreligious, sea-faring father. His mother died when he was six. Left mainly to himself, Newton became a debauched sailor—a miserable outcast on the coast of West Africa for two years; a slave-trading sea-captain until an epileptic seizure ended his career; a well-paid "surveyor of tides" in Liverpool; a loved pastor of two congregations in Olney and London for 43 years; a devoted husband to Mary for 40 years until she died in 1790; a personal friend to William Wilberforce, Charles Simeon, Henry Martyn, William Carey, John Wesley, George Whitefield; and, finally, the author of the most famous hymn in the English language, Amazing Grace.[1] He died on December 21, 1807 at the age of 82.

BLOODLINES: RACE, CROSS, AND THE CHRISTIAN, by John Piper | Books at a glance

The heart and soul of the book, he tells us, are chapters 6, 9, 15, and the conclusion.  Chapter 6 is where “the gospel shines as the God-give remedy for the deadly realities that lie at the root of racial strife.” Here he applies the balm of gospel truths to the sad realities of hate, greed, feelings of inferiority and self-doubt, hopelessness and guilt, and even apathy! Here he writes in the hopes that the gospel which fired the revolutionary work of Wilberforce will have a similar transforming affect in our day. In chapters 7-14 Dr. Piper demonstrates with passion and eloquence the powerful implications of glorious gospel realities such as election, justification, atonement, grace, and the like. He shows that those who are chosen, justified, and who will be glorified by grace alone (and not on the basis of colour or culture) all stand on a level playing field before the God of grace. As such they will fight for justice in the world and practice justice in the church. It really is thrilling and inspiring stuff! It makes one long and pray for the reality of true Christian oneness in our churches.

25 Addressing the Legalist - Christian Research Institute

Though equipped with correct theology, specific verses, and compassion to face the Jehovah’s Witness who sat on my couch, there was one element for which I had not adequately prepared. From my early experience in an ultraconservative wing of a Christian denomination, I should have recognized her haughty, and yet fearful, emotions — the tentacles of legalism.


Dave Furman: We spent our seminary years traveling around the world engaging in various ministries. Uncertain of where we wanted to serve after graduation, the only thing we knew was that we wanted to live among the unreached. Through much prayer and conversation, we became aware of a lack of gospel-preaching churches in the Arabian Peninsula and began to prepare for service here. My wife and I sold our car, packed our bags, and sent our books ahead of us on a ship. Then we hopped on a plane with our sixteen-month-old daughter and set off for a land full of unknowns. We didn’t really know how we would be able to stay or if it was possible for a church to be planted. While we investigated the answers to those questions, we studied the language and got involved in the life of an existing evangelical church in the city. By God’s grace, we were embraced by the leadership of the church and began meeting with people to cast vision for church planting, beginning with a church in the center of the city. Redeemer Church of Dubai was started in February 2010 in downtown Dubai to reach out to the diverse population in our city.

God's Not Dead: The Incarnation of Jesus Christ: God in the Flesh

Jesus as the Son of Man and the Son of God has two natures found in one person—Christ is God the Great I AM in human flesh (Exodus 3:14; John 8:58). The Bible reveals the dual nature of Christ and humanity’s salvation demands that be the case. It’s a mystery, but a mystery that in selected ways not only makes sense, but is necessary for redemption. Jesus, in the incarnation, did not lose His divinity. He did not lose His authority or His deity. He voluntarily came to the earth as a human baby to live perfectly as He fulfilled the Law—He took on our humanity in order to die in our place (Isaiah 53:4-6; 2 Cor. 5:21; and 1 Pet. 2:24). All the newfangled views of Christ fail to overturn such truths.

Answering Muslims: Pakistani Police Return Rape Victim to Parents Who Vow to Murder Her for Islamic Honor

Now if you think about any democratic state, it is not really equipped to deal or confront Islam. For example, if in a society there are families of 10 Muslims and 10 Christians; the Muslim community is going to be larger because, 1 Christian family may consist of 4 people on an average. 1 Muslim family consists of 12 to 16 people because each family has one man three wives and their four children "on an AVERAGE". Keeping aside the forgiving attitude and opening of arms to a foreign enemy, who's only aim in life is to see the Christian convert to Islam or have them killed. When you measure it with democracy, Christians are on the losing side. Since democracy is based on vote based system the Muslims have a higher vote. Hence, exploiting Democracy to fulfill their radical religious views

7 Different Ways to Read a Book

Reading is kind of like repairing a bicycle. Kind of. For too long now my bike has been semi-operational. It has one brake that just doesn’t want to behave and all my attempts to fix it have failed. Why? Well it turns out that I haven’t been using the right tool. To get the bike working I need to use the right tool. And when it comes to reading, well, you’ve got to use the right tool—you’ve got to know what kind of reading to do. Here are seven different kinds of reading.

How We Can Solve the World’s Food Waste Problem

The makers of the Pareup app recognized a basic problem in the food retail model: Many supermarkets want to protect their brands by getting rid of disfigured produce or items that are approaching their “Best if used by” dates. Most food banks have infrastructure hindrances and strict food safety guidelines that prevent them from receiving the food that would otherwise be trashed. As a result, in a city like New York, 6.5 million pounds of food are thrown away every single day. Pareup—a tech start-up that will be launching an app later this year—connects locals with supermarkets, restaurants and bakeries, and lets them purchase the garbage-bound food before it’s trashed.

New Book "Rescues" Alfred Russel Wallace -- by Refashioning Him in Darwin's Image

Costa attempts to make his case by fitting Wallace as squarely as possible into Darwin's conceptual framework. Four examples will suffice to show the folly of this effort. First, Costa admits that Wallace always rejected Darwin's domestic breeding examples as a proof, by analogy, for natural selection -- although he points out that the Species Notebooks do, in fact, contain examples of domestic dog breeding as a demonstration of transmutation. But Wallace employed it for a very different purpose than Darwin. The use of the dog example in his notebooks is merely given as a hypothetical thought experiment to counter Charles Lyell's argument against transmutation by the limitation evidenced in the varieties of dogs created through breeding efforts. Costa's attempt to minimize their differences, by concluding that after all "both Wallace and Darwin were alert to possible examples of new varieties arising" (137), is weak and unconvincing.

Not Another Charity Case

Vast amounts of ink have been spilled pointing out how our attempts at charity go about it wrong. TOMS Shoes founder Blake Mycoskie came under fire for his model, which donated a pair of shoes to someone in a developing country for each pair sold, arguably leaving foreign markets flooded with an overabundance of shoes and putting locals out of business. (Mycoskie may be improving his business model these days.) Other criticized aid ideas include cartons of unwanted T-shirts sent to African nations; short-term missions trips, if not planned well ; and, generally, any idea that involves a relatively wealthy and privileged person thinking she can use physical resources to stem the tide of a disaster by buying, building, or visiting.

Kerry Knott

Kerry Knott is the president of the C.S. Lewis Institute and he talks about the life and writings of Lewis with Janine.

Why Michele Bachmann should run for president in 2 charts

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Four Lessons in Fruitful Time-Management

It’s a Christian Hedonistic way to parcel your time for those who remember the words of Jesus, how he himself said, “It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35). The greatest joys come not from time squandered, hoarded, or selfishly spent, but from self-sacrificial love for others to the glory of God, when we pour out our time and energy for the good of others, and find our joy in theirs.


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Forgotten Black Mormons Reclaim Their Place In History Of The LDS Church

FILE - In this April 1, 1998 file photo, a statue of Mormon pioneer leader Brigham Young stands in front of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Temple in Salt Lake City. Latter-day Saints are anxious about what’s ahead. Republican Mitt Romney is about to become the first Mormon nominee for U.S. president on a major party ticket, giving Mormons a chance like no other to explain their tradition to the public. But the church’s many critics will have a bigger platform, too. And the vetting will take place amid the emotion of what observers expect will be a nasty general election. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac, File)

What a Difference Six Years Can Make

Phil- you are bringing up some great questions but I still don’t know if you are catching the main point of the post. First of all, I think DeYoung is indeed saying that Anti-SSM voices are beginning to be discriminated against. That’s why he wrote this post- because it is very interesting how quickly the “debate” has turned. There used to be an actual discussion if it was right or wrong- within a few short years that is not even the poit anymore…if you are not in support-no enthusiastically supporting the cause- then you are indeed in danger of being called a bigot. If you don’t see that happening around you, you may live in a much more conservative area than I do but for me it’s pretty hard to miss. The whole paradigm of the discussion on the topic has changed, and in terms of changing what society believes about something, it is changing WAY too fast. To not see that there is a voice being shunned, and that voice is not the pro-LGBT community, is to be pretty ignorant of what most of the country is observing. This post is not to discuss the actual issue itself – it’s about the fact that the discussion has changed in a way that doesn’t represent the liberties our diverse nation has benefitted from in the past.

On Film and Philosophy: Transcendence and the Existence of the Soul

Much more often than many people realize, philosophy is communicated through the art of film, the usual subjects being ethics and metaphysics–the branch of philosophy that deals with the question: What exists? The metaphysical discussion that fascinates me more than any other is the case for and against the existence of an immaterial soul. So, when I became aware of the recent Johnny Depp  film,  Transcendence,  and the subject matter it addresses, it went to the top of my must-watch movie list. You can see the Transcendence  trailer HERE .

No Other Name

Moses wanted to know God’s name. He was asking “who are you to us?” and “How do you intend to relate to us?” and “What sort of God are you?” In contrast to the Egyptian gods, he is the sort of God who simply is. He isn’t becoming. He isn’t any more or less today than he has been from all eternity or than he shall be from all eternity. In contrast to us humans, he just is. In contrast to us creatures we must be. We might not be. We exist at his good pleasure, for his glory.

Applying our Pro-Life Convictions to the Border Crisis

But I hope we can all agree to see the human side of this problem. As someone who has devoted much of my life to defending the sanctity of human life and the dignity of the family, I'm concerned about the rhetoric often employed when talking about these people, mostly children, who have recently crossed our borders illegally.

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God's Not Dead: God's Not Dead: Proof, Proof and More Proof

Another area of proof is the Messianic prophecies fulfilled by Jesus Christ. The  Tanakh  (Old Testament) foretold the coming of the Messiah in exact detail. The text, written centuries before the coming of Jesus, prophesied over three hundred facts about Him. No other founder of any religion can provide a similar record of his life written centuries before his birth. Religious founders like Joseph Smith, Mary Baker Eddy, David Koresh, Muhammad, and Buddha cannot supply a widely transmitted, preexisting record that accurately prophesied the details of their lives. The three hundred clear prophecies of the coming Messiah were ordained by God. The Lord revealed historical facts about the coming of Jesus prior to His birth. All these prophecies came to pass in the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. Christ’s virgin birth was foretold about seven hundred years before He was born: “So, the Lord Himself shall give you a sign. Behold, the virgin will conceive and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call His name Emmanuel” (Isaiah 7:14).

WORLD | Another ruling undercuts traditional marriage in Colorado | The Editors | July 24, 2014

Moore said the state’s attorneys didn’t make their case to keep the law temporarily since they don’t support it. But the judge put his ruling on hold for a month to give the state time to appeal to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Based on that court’s rulings in other cases, it seems likely the federal appeals court will approve the stay. Earlier this month, the 10th Circuit struck down traditional marriage laws in Utah and Oklahoma but put their rulings on hold.

News | Reasonable Faith

President Obama, resisting calls from several prominent faith leaders, will not include a new exemption for religiously affiliated government contractors when he issues an executive order Monday barring discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, the White House said Friday. Read more here

Christ in the Old Testament

The great promise of Genesis 3:15 is fulfilled in Jesus Christ. God said to the serpent, “I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring; he shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise his heel.” Jesus is the offspring of the woman who crushes Satan under his feet (cf. Rom 16:20). God appeared to Abraham, promising him that the whole world, the very ends of the earth, would be blessed through him and his offspring (Gen 12:3). The New Testament (NT) teaches that Jesus is the offspring of Abraham through whom the curses introduced by Adam would be overcome (Gal 3:16). Moses spoke of a prophet that would come after him to reveal the will of the Lord (Deut 18:15), and Jesus is the final and definitive word of God to us (Heb 1:2). Joshua gave the people earthly rest in the land, but there is a better rest in Jesus, a heavenly rest that will never end (Heb 3:12-4:11). The OT sacrifices were offered for the forgiveness of sins, but Jesus offers a far better sacrifice than animal sacrifices, and He is a far better priest than the Aaronic priests. As the Melchizedekian priest and the Son of God, His sacrifice for sins secures forgiveness once for all (Heb 7:1-10:18).


The word Trinity is not found anywhere in the Bible. So why do Christians insist that the Bible teaches this doctrine? In this message entitled “The Biblical Witness,” Dr. Sproul considers this as he shows how the doctrine of the Trinity is not just a New Testament novelty, but rather, a rich doctrine rooted in the Old Testament.

48 The Biblical Basis of the Doctrine of the Trinity - Christian Research Institute

3. Rev. 3:14: “Beginning” (arche) in Rev. as a title means source or one who begins, i.e., Creator (cf. Rev. 1:8; 21:6; 22:13); elsewhere Christ is called the arche in the sense of “ruler,” Col. 1:18, cf. plural archai “rulers” in Col. 1:16; 2:10, 15, also Luke 12:11; Rom. 8:38; Eph. 3:10; 6:12; Tit. 3:1; cf. Luke 20:20; Jude 6; 1 Cor. 15:24; Eph. 1:21

Media Hail Canadian Teen That Protested Abstinence Sex Ed

Imagine the horror of being told – by someone you suspect is a Christian – that not having sex is the only fool-proof method of birth control! Chilling, isn’t it? 

Meriam Ibrahim, finally freed from Sudan, meets with Pope Francis - Religion News Service

The Vatican’s chief spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, said Francis wanted Thursday’s meeting to be a “gesture of support for all those who suffer for their faith, or living in situations of difficulty or restraint.”

51 How Christians Can Help Undocumented Children Right Now
52 Innovative Apologetics: Refuting Islam at its Core: Islamic Ground Falters and Collapses
53 Carnal Ambition Incarnate: Judas Iscariot
54 Ken Ham Declares Aliens Eternally Doomed
55 Eschatology Should Never be Left Behind - Prince on Preaching
56 What Are You Hoping for? - Christian Research Institute
57 The Ancestor’s Tale - Christian Research Institute
58 What Does It Mean to Say the Holy Spirit Is "in Me"? - Christian Research Institute
59 When Literal Interpretations Don't Hold Water - Christian Research Institute
60 Spiritual warfare: who, what, and why
61 New Christian Books
62 Dr. Bryan Chapell’s best sermon ever
63 Some Thoughts on Work
64 What does the new Guzzo study tell us about the instability of cohabitation?
65 Women Fill Bookshelves for Global Pastors
66 Here’s What a Real-Life Darth Vadar Car Looks Like
67 WORLD | How strong families help the economy | Rikki Elizabeth Stinnette | July 24, 2014
68 Rubio talks values at speech co-sponsored by ERLC
69 WORLD | Christian newspaper editor files discrimination complaint over firing | Andrew Branch | July 24, 2014
70 Suspicious: The U.S. Government Edited a Wikipedia Article About Reptilians Running the World
71 FIRST-PERSON: Fighting the real enemy -
72 Alexander Pruss's Blog: Another EEG
73 WORLD | Paul Ryan: Help people help themselves | Rikki Elizabeth Stinnette | July 24, 2014
74 Jesus, Eunuchs, and the (Almost) 30-Year-Old Virgin
75 Convergent Evolution Strikes Again: Orb-Weaver Spiders
77 C.S. Lewis and the Inklings | Open Biola
78 WORLD | Intelligent design proponent vindicated by new findings | Dick Peterson | July 24, 2014
79 Fall 2014 Bible Study Resources
80 WORLD | Is the apostrophe on top of the endangered grammar list? | Emily Scheie | July 24, 2014
81 Roman Catholic Ecumenism: Let the Italian Evangelicals Speak
82 WORLD | Left to Boko Haram’s mercy | Jamie Dean | July 24, 2014
83 WORLD | L.A. charter schools save students from sex, drugs, and gangs | Kiley Crossland | July 24, 2014
84 On the "Fuzzification" of Inerrancy
85 The ESV Study Bible now available in Korean
86 Pope meets freed death row Sudanese Christian
87 Bad planning and expecting rescues from God makes Christians less effective
88 Pastor's Response to Burned Cross Outside Church: "Whoever Did It, We Forgive Them."