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Understanding Bayes' Theorem

http://www.acts17.net Many people are intimidated by Bayes' theorem, because it looks like a complicated mathematical equation. However, once we understand w...

Understanding Bayes' Theorem

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7 Questions Skeptics Ask About the Validity of Christianity

Sensitively and appropriately answering questions that skeptics ask you can be an important part of helping them to consider Jesus. Peter told us, "In your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect."{1} This series looks at seven common questions skeptics ask and gives you some pointers on how to respond. Consider first a story.

2 EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

Is evolutionism racist? First, while not all evolutionists are racists, the theory of evolution is racist in the extreme. In his book The Descent of Man Charles Darwin speculated, “At some future period, not very distant as measured by centuries, the civilized races of man will almost certainly exterminate, and replace, the savage races throughout […]

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Meriam Ibrahim: My baby is disabled because I gave birth with my legs chained - Telegraph

Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman sentenced to death for apostasy, says that giving birth in prison, with her legs in chains, has left her baby disabled

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Report: Ocean Levels Could Rise Foot Or More If Lots Of People Go Swimming

SILVER SPRING, MD—Scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration sounded a strong warning about rising seas Monday, saying that ocean levels around the world are projected to increase by 12 inches or more should a bunch of people go swimming at the same time. “According to our latest analysis, an increase in global mean sea level of several inches is inevitable at this point given the approach of summer beach season, when millions of people will simultaneously go for a swim,” said oceanographer Paul Acosta at a press conference, adding that the increase could be “significantly higher” than currently predicted if lots of beachgoers choose to hold their breath and go under all the way. “Coastal cities and low-lying islands are the most vulnerable to rising sea levels, particularly if it’s not just kids who go for a dip, but full-grown adults as well. Our best hope now is moderating the rise as much as we can by convincing people to only wade in up to their waists.” Acosta also warned about the devastating possibilities of catastrophic tsunamis should everyone jump into the ocean together from a dock or off the side of a boat.

5 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily, by Greg West: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

6 Born Again on the Fourth of July

For many, the Fourth of July means parades and picnics, hot dogs and Coca-Cola, ice cream and apple pie, baseball and bombs bursting in air. In God’s good providence, the adoption of Jefferson’s Declaration in 1776 happened during one of the best weather weeks of the year in this hemisphere. And so for 237 years now, the significance and seasonal timing of the day have conspired to make it a deeply rooted annual occasion in the American psyche.

7 The Ratio Christi at UCI Daily

The Ratio Christi at UCI Daily, by Ratio Christi at UCI: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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http://www.worldmag.com/editorialcartoons/

Dinesh D’Souza’s latest documentary chastises the country’s critics but largely ignores their criticisms

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Implementing the Change Matrix in the church

At my church, we developed this mission statement: “Our mission is to worship God, to globally lead people to faith in Christ, and to grow together to be like Him.” Each Sunday, we remind the church of our mission, and welcome and invite newcomers to join our fellowship based on this statement. The words “worship,” “lead,” and “grow,” serve as the foundation for every ministry, function and program of the church. Coupled with this mission statement is a simple purpose statement that communicates the attitude under which our church operates.

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

During the busy summer month of July, Crossway wants to help you get in the Word and stay in the Word! Join us for Women of the Word Month, a 31-day campaign to encourage and equip you for Bible study aimed at both your head and your heart .

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Why Younger Evangelicals May Feel Uneasy In A Patriotic Church Service

Hi Trevin, I am Canadian, so we obviously don’t have July 4th services anyway. But Canada Day is July 1. I have been in very few Canadian Churches of any stripe that have a Canadian flag in the sanctuary and those that do are usually the Liberal ones. The majority of the evangelical ones that did. also had a flag for every nation in which the church sponsored some type of gospel mission work. I don’t think the national flag of any nation has any place in a church sanctuary in the patriotic sense, even though I do believe that a balanced, thankful patriotism is appropriate for Christians. The church is its own kingdom, and Christians are citizens of God’s kingdom first and foremost. Too often the national agenda of the state is not one consistent with Christianity but rather runs contrary to it. I’m not talking about particular foreign affairs choices or decisions on moral issues so much as I am speaking to the general tendency of most modern states to want to replace religion as people’s primary allegiance. I believe any sort of pledge of fulsome allegiance to a flag (nation) is not only questionable for Christians in general but it is absolutely inappropriate and smacks of idolatry in a church setting and is therefore completely out of place in a church service.

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The Gospel Coalition - Christ the Educator

This understanding of education as paideia proves helpful in reading and interpreting Scripture. While the Bible’s vision of paideia is distinctly Christian, it's still a vision of paideia. The Greek Bible’s teachings cannot be divorced entirely from the language and concepts of the worldview in which they were produced. And in the providence of God the New Testament authors lived and breathed in a time in which this view of education (in both Jewish and Greek contexts) was prominent. Indeed, I'd be so bold as to suggest that paideia is used to explain and illustrate the truth of the gospel and the meaning of salvation.

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The Gospel Coalition - The Age of Evangelicalism

Though his book is quite detailed, it is instructive to note what Miller leaves out, including some of the most dynamic (if still controversial) movements in the past four decades of evangelical life. These include the New Calvinism, the conservative resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention, the global growth of evangelical and charismatic Christianity, and that worldwide expansion’s implications for missions, religious liberty, and trends in Methodism, Anglicanism, and other denominations. None of these developments garners more than allusions from Miller. Figures such as John Piper, Albert Mohler, and Wilfredo de Jesús do not appear in the index. Part of the reason for this neglect is that Miller has already covered a lot of ground in 166 pages, and he’s primarily telling a story of political Christian conservatism. Even though global charismatic revival, the New Calvinism, and the conservative resurgence have political implications, they do not fit as easily into Miller’s narrative. I am sure that leaders of these movements would say that while they have political opinions, they want to be known primarily for the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Archery Tag Is Exactly What It Sounds Like

Finally, a sport that let’s you unleash your inner Katniss. As The New York Times explains , “Archery Tag” is “a fast-trending new sport that combines dodge ball’s simple rules of snatch-and-fling assault with archery’s precision, replacing rubber balls with quivers of arrows.” In other words, you just run around and shoot people with rubber arrows. So far, there are about 170 “licensed locations” to play around the world, but with the help of demo videos like this , hopefully this sport of kings will soon get the widespread recognition it deserves ...

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See the ‘Award’ Allegedly Posted at a Planned Parenthood Facility That Might Make Anti-Abortion Advocates Sick to Their Stomachs

Johnson claims a clinic worker who recently left Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, an affiliate located in Denver, brought the award pictured above to her attention. The affiliate, which apparently runs the second largest Planned Parenthood facility in the country, allegedly gives out awards to their satellite clinics and then displays them on a bulletin board.

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Walk With Unity

In fact, Scripture clearly communicates that there won't uniformity among believers. 1 Corinthians 12 is probably the best treatise on the topic - "Now there are varieties of gifts...varieties of service...varieties of activities (v.4-6); For the body does not consist of one member but of many (v. 14); If all were a single member, where would the body be?" (v. 19)

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Belief in God is declining. But belief in Satan is on the rise!

How common is belief in the Devil? Believing in Satan is not unusual in the United States: according to a 2007  Gallup poll ,  most (70 percent) of the respondents admitted to holding the belief. This belief is on an upward climb. In 1990, 55 percent of respondents said they believed in Satan — that number was up by 15 percentage points by 2007.

19 The Doctrine of Hell - Christian Research Institute

Is the doctrine of hell a hindrance or a help in witnessing? Many evangelicals are ashamed of this biblical doctrine, viewing it as a blemish to be covered up by the cosmetic of divine love. But this dishonors God’s Word. Jesus warned His hearers of the eternal punishment awaiting those who reject Him (Matt. 13:40-42; 25:46). If we clearly and compassionately expound the truth about hell, we may be surprised to find people responding to it in faith.

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5 reflections on church revitalization

Third , church revitalization is hard work. It involves God’s inspiration but our perspiration. The adage is true, it is easier to give birth than to raise the dead. If church revitalization were easy, everyone would be doing it! If it were easy, 80-85 percent of our churches would not be plateauing or declining. Why is it hard work? In part, it is because we face the opposition of the world, the flesh and the devil. This poem highlights the reality we face in church life:

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The Apparent Paradox of Sanctification

send to a friend #4  Posted by Timothy Yakich  |  Wednesday, July 02, 2014at 11:30 AM Salvation: Nothing but the blood of Jesus! He is the Way, the Truth, the Life!! No one comes to the Father except through Jesus!! Hallelujah and Amen!! Sanctification : Now is it possible that, yes, that there is a paradox... yet for some, they may need to be strictly quietists, and for others they made need to be strictly pietists, and still for others it's a little of each, depending on where they are in their walk with Christ ? I am reminded in John 21: 20-23, that every believer will be guided by, or will follow Christ, as He deems necessary. We who are saved will each have our own personal experiences and the last thing we should be worried about (we shouldn' t worry at all actually) is how another child of God is growing in his/her faith.

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http://erlc.com/article/are-youth-sports-a-friend-or-foe-of-christian-discipleship

In our home, we do not treat other church activities as if they are the Lord's Day. We have biblical-theological convictions that demand setting aside Sundays, but we do not have the same approach to general church programming. We are not victims of the sports team’s schedule nor are we victims of the church program schedule. Parents have the primary responsibility to disciple their children and a major part of that involves watching the choices we make. For instance, if one of my children has practice or a game during the time of a youth event, then they usually go to their practice or game because we want to glorify God with the commitment we've made to the team. In other words, we do not want to use general church activities as an excuse to be lax on our commitments. We also view participating on the team and being involved as parents in the league or school as a unique mission opportunity of which we want to take full advantage.

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Is America a city shining on a hill? — Highlands Ministries

There are a host of shameful episodes in the history of these United States — people were bought and sold like cattle. Others were locked into government camps simply because of their racial background. Eugenics was embraced and practiced. And today perverts parade in the streets. All of these, as dark as they are, however, pale in comparison to our great national ignominy — the wholesale slaughter of the unborn. For forty-one years now we have been a nation whose highest government protects over a million murders each year, and worse, whose citizens will commit over a three thousand murders of the unborn just today. Whether we consider our government, or our people, we are wicked. How then can we wave our flag, sing odes to our national patrimony, pledge our allegiance?

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Why Is Science Possible?

Faith & Science Conference: Genesis & Genetics: Proceedings of the 2014 Faith & Science Conference

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The Great Big Her.meneutics Summer Reading List

This biography of George Washington Carver in poems is apparently considered a children's book, but I didn't think that from reading it – and it's easily one of the best books I've read in a while. I haven't memorized enough things in my adulthood, but I'd like to memorize at least one of her wonderful poems in this book. I can't recommend it highly enough.

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Five Great Independent Southern Bookstores

Looking back at your life of reading, do you have one book in particular associated with a certain summer? Summer of 2006, I bribed my somewhat restless, "goth" daughter to graduate from high school, and if she did, I would take her on a trip to Italy. I had several books I brought along as always when I travel, and at the time I had the publishers "reader's copy" of the book Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen, which had just been published.  It was pretty much unknown at that point — though it became a favorite best-seller for years to come.  Anyway, I started reading the book and getting into it, loving the characters and story as it unfolded.  And the thing I remember is that even with all the magnificent places and sites we saw, the beautiful people we met, the delicious food we ate, including each little town's unique gelato flavors, at the end of the day I always so looked forward to getting settled in bed, and pulling out the book anxious to see what was happening in the story.  All the way from Rome to Salerno and the little towns down to the tip of the boot of Italy and on to Sicily and Palermo I savored the story of a traveling circus while I traveled as well.

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ISIS conflict ‘annihilating Middle East Christians,’ says Islam expert at Southern Seminary

Violence erupting in Iraq and Syria as the jihadist group ISIS declares an Islamic state is “annihilating Middle Eastern Christians,” said the director of the Jenkins Center for the Christian Understanding of Islam at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

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Church crosses and Fourth of July flags

I will leave it to the legal experts to decide if the courts interpreted the Constitution correctly. What caught my attention, especially on the eve of the Fourth of July, was the message implicit in the courts’ decision. The courts could have shrugged their collective shoulders and declared that the cross was no big deal. They could have declared that the cross is “just a symbol.” They could have pointed out (as Elmbrook School District did) that there was no explicit endorsement of the Christian religion through sermons, prayers or Bible readings. But they did not. Instead, they insisted that the cross, as a symbol, is important. That the cross, as symbol, is powerful. And that the presence of the cross, as a symbol, means something.

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The Gospel Coalition - Invitation to Indonesia

“Other universities are Christian in name, but no other group is committed to Reformed theology,” Nielson observes. And the Riady family enterprises are “a wonderful example of how business, media, education, healthcare, and ministry can be integrally connected for explosive gospel-centered effect. This is a creative penetration of a many-layered culture.” He explains that Indonesia, like many Asian countries, is undergoing a remarkable transition. “Millions entering the middle class are able to think about education and healthcare; and the church is in the midst, with a stronger testimony than the West.” Nevertheless, the East needs the West. "The West has the wiring—the wisdom, experience and know-how, but the East has the electricity—the power, and passion to see the kingdom expand."

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Missions for a post 9/11 world

MDS:  I pray that every reader of this book will not finish it in the place where he or she started. I pray that each reader will grow theologically, missiologically and evangelistically. I pray that each reader will be more committed to missions, read the Bible through a missiological lens and understand whether God has called him or her to international missions service. And I pray that reading this book will move readers right around the world as God uses it to stir hearts and mobilize his church.

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Renewing Your Mind | The Kingdom of God | July 3, 2014

Praying big prayers requires childlike faith. Patrick Johnston tells a story about his wife, Jill. For a long time she was burdened to help children pray big prayers for world evangelization. She began to write a book to this end in 1990. She lived at the headquarters of the Dorothea Mission in London. As Jill completed each chapter, a group of praying children used the information to intercede for each country. Albania was one of the first countries in her project. It was a communist hermit state, which proudly claimed to be the first atheistic country in the world. All religious expression was illegal. The Gospel was banned and there were no known believers in the entire country. The children began praying for the needs of the children in Albania. They prayed for religious freedom to come to that land. A few months later, the communist government fell, and freedom for worship and witness came. Jill had to rewrite the Albania chapter in her book. When these children heard this, they were delighted. One of them shouted, “We have changed Albania!” Today there is a Gospel witness in virtually every Albanian town and city.

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Loving Life Under the Sun - The Scriptorium Daily

“Vanity, all is vanity” is the theme of the Teacher in Ecclesiastes, the fruit of wide experience and deep reflection. Pleasure, folly, great projects, householding, riches, opulence, art, sex, honor, public works, all fall under the same verdict: there is nothing to be gained under the sun. By all means, take what joy in your toil and relationships that you can, but don’t expect anything lasting. Even wisdom is subject to wisdom’s critique. Pursuing wisdom is good, says the Teacher, but don’t expect it to give you any real profit.

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Pastor Shot Dead by Son-In-Law Outside Gun Show in Tragic Sunday Accident

A Jarrell, Texas, church was left in mourning last Saturday after their beloved pastor was shot dead in a tragic accident outside a gun show by his son-in-law.

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WORLD | Stop eating red meat but don't worry about abortion | Julie Borg | July 3, 2014

Research suggesting a possible, slight link between the consumption of too much red meat in early adulthood and breast cancer received much media attention recently. But numerous studies showing a much more robust link between breast cancer and abortion are largely ignored—or worse—scoffed at.

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Should Congress repeal the law behind the Hobby Lobby case? - Religion News Service

RFRA sits at the heart of the Hobby Lobby case, perhaps the most debated on the Supreme Court’s docket during its just-finished session. The case revolved around the question of whether employers had to cover all types of birth control, including ones that their religious convictions held out as morally objectionable. But it hinged on little-known RFRA.

37 Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it's thinking of yourself less

Humility also comes into play when deciding what I should do with my life. I think all of us would like to be William Lane Craig or Stephen C. Meyer or Jay Richards or Michael Licona. Standing up on stage, smashing atheism into the floor with both hands. I would love to be that. To do that, though, I would have to go back to school and spend tens of thousands of dollars on PhDs, and then write books and papers. That would eat up the savings that I need for a family. Then I could be famous and awesome, like my heroes. But I choose not to sacrifice tens of thousands of dollars on my dream, when my money and the money of other Christians who might support me could be better used for God’s Kingdom by the more skilled scholars who already exist. Maybe there is someone getting a PhD in Biochemistry who I could help out instead, just by keeping my job and doing with a little less entertainment. Humility means being content with your part in the Kingdom, and not trying to be something you’re not. Letting other people have the spotlight, while you just quietly help them from the shadows.

38 Confronting Literary Realism in the Bible - Christian Research Institute

If we apply this principle to the literary realism of the Bible, the first result is that we neither hide nor exaggerate the realism that is present. Either extreme is possible. If we stare at the entire Bible, we (as noted above) will be shocked by much of what we find. Consider the following, for example: “This woman said to me, ‘Give your son, that we may eat him today, and we will eat my son tomorrow.’ So we boiled my son and ate him” (2Kings6:28–29 ESV).

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The Hidden Blessing of Infertility

If you have ever walked the painful path of infertility—or walked with someone who has—then you know something of the grief and anguish that many couples experience when they are unable to conceive. That is why I love Karen Swallow Prior’s recent essay in Christianity Today , “The Hidden Blessing of Infertility.” It is well worth your time to read and share. Here’s an excerpt:

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Jefferson Bethke: Some Modern Churches Are Like Arrogant Hipster Coffee Shops

Young, modern churches are much like independent coffee shops in that they tend to forget who they are serving and lack the humility of traditional establishments that came before them, says Christian author and spoken-word artist Jefferson Bethke.

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To Grow Is to Know

When I make the choice to sin, I have to ignore all that I know from Psalm 139. This psalm presents a gargantuan speed bump on the road to sin. God knows all things and is all places. It has been well said that “Secret sin on earth is open scandal in heaven.” God knows what you’re doing. That’ll change your approach to sin. 

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Our Favorite Non-Religious Religious Music - OnFaith

Peter Manseau: From its jaded title and lyrics to its NSFW cover art, Jane’s Addiction’s Nothing’s Shocking is an album determined to offend. Yet it has always struck me also as a collection of songs groping toward the sacred. Perry Farrell wails alternately like a Tuvan throat singer and a psychotic nun, but that isn’t the key to unlocking its hidden religiosity. It’s the album’s second track, “Ocean Size,” that captures it: “Wish I was ocean size,” Farrell sings. “They cannot move you, no one tries.” With its crashing-wave rhythm and immersive wall of sound, the song calls to mind the “oceanic feeling” described in theories of religion as the sensation of being connected to all things, the desire for which can present itself alternately as a deep experience of belonging and a stinging awareness of isolation. This same tension ties together the album’s competing spiritual perspectives: the shrugging rejection of the divine in “Had a Dad”  (“Got that funny feeling, God is dead”), the cryptic koan of “Pigs in Zen,” the heartbreaking nihilistic hymn “Jane Says.” In the last, when Farrell sings of a doomed junkie, “Jane says, I’ve never been in love / I don’t know what it is,” it is the unstated longing to know that lingers.

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#TruthAtTheCup: Looking Back and Looking Forward

In the midst of giving thanks for the work being done in Brazil during the World Cup, we are now looking forward with prayerful expectation of being involved in similar outreach initiatives during the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. The partnerships we have formed will be invaluable as we seek to reach even more people during what will be a major international event centralized in Rio.

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'Unbroken' by Jesus

Later, his older brother Pete, whom Louie admired and who had great affection for his brother, channeled Louie's drive toward running track. Within a few short years, his life of crime forgiven by adoring fans, Louie Zamperini was the town hero as he was a seemingly unbeatable world-class competitor, training for the 1940 Olympics and edging ever nearer to breaking the world record for the 5,000-meter race. During one race, his rivals slashed his calves with their sharpened spikes, stabbed him in the foot, and gave him a blow that broke one of his ribs. Zamperini still won the race. Unbeatable.

45
Church's Sex Offender Housing Shutdown by State

Around six men still live in campers and other recreational vehicles on site, which Martin must evict, after prosecutor C.J. Robinson wrote a bill that prohibits "more than two convicted sex offenders from living within 300 feet of each other on the same property unless they are married." The law will only take effect in the rural Chilton County, where Martin is based. The church sits right outside of Clanton, which boasts a population of 8,700.

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Will Hobby Lobby Decision Influence Obama's LGBT Executive Order?

Kristan Hawkins of Students for Life leads anti-abortion demonstrators as they cheer after the ruling for Hobby Lobby was announced outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington June 30, 2014. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that business owners can object on religious grounds to a provision of U.S. President Barack Obama's healthcare law that requires closely held companies to provide health insurance that covers birth control.

47
Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 2 "Contagion" and "The Royale"

I’m going through “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and reviewing every episode, complete with commentary and a grade from A-F. Here, we’re in season 2 and discussing episodes eleven and twelve. I’ve also included a score and comment from my wife, who has never seen the show before. There are  SPOILERS  for each episode below.

48
Love is Always Right

Nakita was disappointed when she didn’t get the loving treatment she hoped for. She felt slammed when her best friend lied to her. And that’s how we all feel. We all go bonkers when we’re cheated, ignored, made fun of, or treated with anything less than the love we expect. We want our parents, for example, to pat us on the back for doing things right-and we’re disappointed when they take us for granted. We expect our friends to be interested in what we like to do-and we get angry when all they want to do is what they like to do.

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Ken Ham's Ark Adventure to Usher in a Modern Day Reformation?

C. John Collins “Genesis 1-4: A linguistic, literary and theological commentary” 2006 .  Collins is professor of Old Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary (PCA).  I just finished reading this book recently and although I have read many other commentaries on the same passage I learned many new things from Collins and he presents one of the most compelling linguistic cases for a non-strict literal reading of Genesis 1 and 2.  He promotes a view called the Analogical days which right now I find the most compelling.  So far this book has the most detailed Biblical analysis of just what are the effects of the fall that I’ve read yet.  He argues from the Scriptures very effectively that sin did not bring physical death into the world as is commonly believed.  I find his sections about the nature of nature and how the curse effects that nature to be very insightful.  I think this book will be very influential in the coming years.  So far I have found that the framework interpretation has received much criticism but at this point I feel that framework interpretation continues to receive attention simply because the 6 day creationists focus on it knowing that they can poke holes in it.

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WHO: 'Drastic Action' Needed in Worst Ever Ebola Outbreak; Nearly 500 Dead

"One, [this is] the first time in West Africa that we have such an outbreak," said Dr. Peter Piot, who first discovered the Ebola virus in the 1970s. "Secondly, it is the first time that three countries are involved. And thirdly it's the first time that we have outbreaks in capitals, in capital cities."

51 WORLD | Wheaton wins injunction but loses Obamacare skirmish | Leigh Jones | July 3, 2014
52 8 Myths About Christianity - Stephen J. Bedard
53 William Lane Craig and Paul Helm discuss Calvinism and Molinism on the Unbelievable radio show
54 If Nature's Designs Weren't So Good, Engineers Wouldn't Be Rushing to Imitate Them
55 WORLD | Louis Zamperini's greatest victory came through faith in Christ | Jamie Dean | July 3, 2014
56 Was early Earth a good place to create the building blocks of life?
57 Why the Outrage over the Hobby Lobby Ruling? - Stand to Reason Blog
58 Faith and Reason: Allies or Competitors?
59 Top 5 posts of June
60 Local Lawmakers Shut Down Pastor's Shelter for Sex Offenders
61 Ligonier.org
62 WORLD | America’s DNA: The Federalist Papers | Cal Thomas | July 3, 2014
63 Is It OK to Get a Tattoo of Jesus? Here's What Pat Robertson Said to One Viewer (VIDEO)
64 Daily Devotions: All Things | UPlifting.com | Inspirational Stories, Videos, Photos and Music For Your Faith and Family
65 'Duck Dynasty' Star Si Robertson Reveals Why Wife Christine is Not Featured on Series
66 Mainstream Music Continues Trend of Copying Christians? Demi Lovato's Fashion Sense Lifted From Superchick Singer Tricia (VIDEO)
67 Father of Baby Left in Car Appears Before Judge, Pleads 'Not Guilty' to Murder; Wife Thanks God for Strength
68 WORLD | Shaking off a little green witch dust | Andrée Seu Peterson | July 3, 2014
69 Why Study the Book of Matthew?
70 A Video That Will Clear Up All Your Confusion About The Offside Rule in World Cup Soccer for Good
71 Denver Pastor Dies on Mission Trip in Himalayas After Falling Off Cliff
72 Here’s Another Image from ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’
73 'The Leftovers': Should Christians Watch This Rapture-Inspired HBO Series?
74 WORLD | Midday Roundup: East Coast braces for Hurricane Arthur | Lynde Langdon | July 3, 2014
75 Tyler Perry Has Trademarked "What Would Jesus Do?"
76 Midweek Roundup – 7/2/14
77 Learning about the importance of courage from the Bible
78 Hillary Clinton Thinks Hobby Lobby Decision Was a Misogynist Plot Against Women
79 The Two Most Overlooked Apologetics Verses In the Bible
80 WORLD | Answering America’s critics | Derringer Dick | July 3, 2014
81 A Quick Trip Into Walmart Captured This Stunning Act of Kindness at the Register (VIDEO)
82 Resources - Impact 360 Institute
83 Jack Szostak on 'Life in the Lab' (And Autocatalytic Sets)
84 WORLD | Louis Zamperini gains his final freedom | Andrew Branch | July 3, 2014
85 WORLD | Outside threats | Janie B. Cheaney | July 12, 2014
86 This Singer Brought the Crowd to Its Feet Before Even Singing a Note! See His Inspiring Story (VIDEO)