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Dear Senator, defund Planned Parenthood now

The fourth video exposing Planned Parenthood has just been released (watch above). It is hard to believe that the revelations could get any worse, but they do. In this video, you will witness Plann...

10 Updates on Planned Parenthood; A New Video; and How to Contact Congress

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‘Frozen’ Star Kristen Bell Calls Young Girl Battling Cancer with Encouragement

Actress Kristen Bell—known by many young fans as the voice of Frozen’s princess Anna—recently decided to leave a message of encouragement for a girl battling cancer. Bell left a voicemail, as princess Anna, for 6-year-old Avery, who had just been diagnosed with a brain tumor. The look on Avery’s face hearing her Disney hero’s voice says it all.

Be Inspired By the New Trailer for Will Ferrell’s 'Ferrell Takes the Field'

All in one day, Will Ferrell played every position as a Major League Baseball player. He did it for 10 teams in 10 games. And he did it for America. The HBO special from Funny Or Die, in partnership with Major League Baseball, will raise money for cancer research. Here’s the new trailer:

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Eric Metaxas on Twitter

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2 The Planned Parenthood Videos: Organ Donations and Euphemisms - Stand to Reason Blog

As with other social movements to correct injustices in the past (e.g., slavery and civil rights), images can reveal truth, playing a key role in helping us understand with our minds things that would otherwise only be a vague idea to us. As the ancient Roman poet Horace said, “Less vividly is the mind stirred by what finds entrance through the ears than by what is brought before the trusty eyes.” This, I think, will be the most important result of these videos, regardless of what comes of the legal accusations against Planned Parenthood.

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Are Science and Faith at Odds? Insights by Augustine.

“Usually, even a non-Christian knows something about the earth, the heavens…and this knowledge he holds to as being certain from reason and experience. Now it is a disgraceful and dangerous thing for an infidel to hear a Christian, presumably giving the meaning of Holy Scripture, talking nonsense on these topics; and we should take all means to prevent such an embarrassing situation in which people show up vast ignorance in a Christian and laugh it to scorn…If they find a Christian mistaken in a field which they themselves know well and hear him maintaining his foolish opinions about our books, how are they going to believe those books on matters concerning the resurrection of the dead, the hope of eternal life, and the kingdom of heaven, when they think their pages are full of falsehoods and on facts which they themselves have learnt from experience and the light of reason”

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Book Review: "Understanding Gender Dysphoria" by Mark Yarhouse

Perhaps the main critique one might offer the book is that Yarhouse does leave much of the “what’s next?” up to readers. That is, although he does offer several insights into how Christians might more effectively respond to gender dysphoria, he largely provides the tools to tackle the tough problems rather than offering the solutions themselves. This is both a weakness and a strength. It’s a weakness in that I’m sure some readers will wish they had an easy solution to some of the difficult problems they may face. It’s always simpler to just use a response someone has given to us rather than coming up with our own responses. It’s a strength in that Yarhouse does provide so many tools to readers that they can go into their faith communities and communicate on the issue in an informed fashion.

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The Christian Post on Twitter

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10 Quick, Important Developments On The Planned Parenthood Scandal

No, O’Malley, 97 percent of Planned Parenthood’s work is not mammograms. In fact, zero percent of Planned Parenthood’s work is mammograms because Planned Parenthood doesn’t do a single mammogram. Planned Parenthood falsely made the claim that they did during their campaign to shame the Komen Foundation into continuing to fund them, and some media asserted it as well. President Obama has regularly made the claim during his War on Women messaging.

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Camille Paglia takes on Jon Stewart, Trump, Sanders: “Liberals think of themselves as very open-minded, but that’s simply not true!”

I think Stewart’s show demonstrated the decline and vacuity of contemporary comedy. I cannot stand that smug, snarky, superior tone. I hated the fact that young people were getting their news through that filter of sophomoric snark.  Comedy, to me, is one of the major modern genres, and the big influences on my generation were Lenny Bruce and Mort Sahl. Then Joan Rivers had an enormous impact on me–she’s one of my major role models.  It’s the old caustic, confrontational style of Jewish comedy. It was Jewish comedians who turned stand-up from the old gag-meister shtick of vaudeville into a biting analysis of current social issues, and they really pushed the envelope.  Lenny Bruce used stand-up to produce gasps and silence from the audience. And that’s my standard–a comedy of personal risk.  And by that standard, I’m sorry, but Jon Stewart is not a major figure. He’s certainly a highly successful T.V. personality, but I think he has debased political discourse.  I find nothing incisive in his work.  As for his influence, if he helped produce the hackneyed polarization of moral liberals versus evil conservatives, then he’s partly at fault for the political stalemate in the United States.

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The Briefing – AlbertMohler.com

Daily worldview analysis about the leading news headlines and cultural conversations

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“A Lot of People Want Intact Hearts These Days” — Planned Parenthood, Abortion, and the Conscience of a Nation

The video reveals Dr. Deborah Nucatola, senior director of medical services for Planned Parenthood, discussing the intentional harvesting of organs and other tissues from babies aborted in Planned Parenthood clinics. While reaching with her fork for salad, Dr. Nucatola openly tells a group she believes to be medical researchers that there is a great demand for fetal livers, but “a lot of people want intact hearts these days.”

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Arizona Cardinals Hire NFL’s First Female Coaching Staff Member

For the first time ever, a woman will coach in the NFL. The Arizona Cardinals have hired Jen Welter to be one of several coaching interns throughout the preseason and training camp. She’ll be working with linebackers and special teams players. In accepting the position, she becomes the only woman ever to hold a position on a coaching staff in NFL history. Welter has an impressive sports resume. She was the only woman ever to play runningback in the Indoor Football League, and later held a coaching position with the team. She also has a master’s in sports psychology and PhD in Psychology from Boston College, where she played rugby. And, for more than a decade, she was part of the Woman’s Football Alliance league. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians told The Arizona Republic , “I wanted to open that door. Coaching is nothing more than teaching. The one thing I’ve learned from players: all they want to know is ‘How you going to make me better? … I really believe she’ll have a great opportunity through this internship to open some doors.”

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How to Pull Yourself Out of a Funk

I really like the simplicity and truth in your advice! I especially like the last paragraph. I don't know if my circumstances will ever be perfect. If they are, I may still find something to complain about. When I think of that I'm reminded that I need to seek peace and contentment now, not when I get the dream job.

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NASA Has Released an Incredible Image of the ‘Sombrero Galaxy’

Considering it’s Monday, there's a good chance that at some point, you’ll want to kill a few minutes goofing around on the Internet. NASA has just the gift for you. They’ve released this massive image of the “Sombrero Galaxy” taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. The picture is so big, that by zooming in on different parts, you can explore the far reaches of the galaxy that’s more than 50 million light years away. Prepare to have your mind blown .

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The Myth of the Media’s Anti-Christian Agenda

Subtle, that's what the devil is. We threw our TV out for about 12 years back in the 80's and when we decided to allow it back into our home, we were shocked. Every show had some little jab or innuendo that poked fun at God or Christians. We would sit and wait for it and analyze the delivery. The way it interpreted the plot and made the whole show come together as a treatise against our culture. It was always there. We have become dull and senseless. God deserves better. As for the news outlets, I watch and listen to them all to see what they have to say. Most of it is delivered to get the viewer to agree with the editors point of view. The very best commentary I remember was delivered by David Brinkley whose last assignment was to cover the second election of William Jefferson Clinton. He said "Great, four more years of this BS". That was his parting shot to an industry that muzzled him throughout his career.

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Is There Extrabiblical Evidence About Jesus' Life?

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org In 2001, John Ankerberg interviewed William Lane Craig on on the subject of, "Jesus of Nazareth." In the interview, Dr Craig was asked a number of questions about the historicity of Jesus, the evidence of the resurrection of Jesus, the reliability of the gospel accounts, and much more. Read more: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/the-de... We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains full-length clips: http://www.youtube.com/reasonablefait... Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/reasonablefa...

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I Thought Planned Parenthood Protected Family Values

In 1818 Shelley, the 17-year-old child wife of poet Percy Shelley and the classically educated daughter of natural philosopher William Godwin and first feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, wrote a novel on a dare. Deeply influenced by natural philosopher and English physician Erasmus Darwin (grandfather of Charles), Frankenstein is about a bachelor who learns how to create life in a laboratory. The protagonist scientist, Victor Frankenstein, is raised by a progressive family, one that protects him from the foolish superstitions of organized Christian religion and affords him the best education in the natural sciences. He’s therefore unafraid to collect body parts from a church graveyard by dismembering bodies. The novel records how night after night he returns to the graveyard and hacks away until he has the bloody parts he needs. It’s base and gruesome work done in the name of higher-minded science. Frankenstein works hard to extract intact internal organs. He skimps on the skin, though, creating a creature whose skin doesn’t stretch to cover all his internal organs.

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When Temptation Helps

One of my favorite passages in the wilderness temptation of Jesus is when satan is asking Jesus, “If you’re the son of God, then turn these stones into bread.” Jesus says “no,” and essentially what Jesus is saying there is “I don’t have to prove anything. I am the beloved of God.” In the face of temptation, often the motive that’s being appealed to is “I have to prove my worth.” But when I remember Christ—who He is, what He’s done for me, that I’m totally accepted in Christ—I can say “I don’t have to prove anything. I’m the beloved of God.” It’s really just identifying the lie and then clinging to the truth of who Christ is. The more we do that daily, the stronger we will become.

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Gimme Shelter

A pregnant teenager flees life with her drug-addicted mother and ends up living on the street before being welcomed into her first real home in Gimme Shelter, an extraordinary tale of survival and redemption inspired by actual events. For 16-year-old Agnes "Apple" Bailey (Vanessa Hudgens), life has been a constant struggle to overcome the harsh reality of a subsistence existence with her abusive mother, June (Rosario Dawson), and June's string of lowlife boyfriends. When she finds herself pregnant and alone, Apple temporarily takes shelter with her biological father, Tom (Brendan Fraser), a wealthy Wall Streeter living in a New Jersey mansion with his wife Joanna (Stephanie Szostak) and two young children. But Apple's inability to adjust to her new circumstances, and her refusal to terminate her pregnancy, soon force her back onto the streets. Desperate to find a haven for herself and her unborn child, Apple reluctantly agrees to move into a suburban shelter that houses other pregnant teens. Emotionally scarred and unable to trust those who want to help her, it seems unlikely that Apple will be able to adapt to the shelter's strict rules and high expectations.

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Christians Visit Mosque in Chattanooga ‘As a Show of Love’ to Muslim Community

A small group of Christians showed support to a local mosque in Chattanooga, Tennessee, as an act of love to the Islamic community. The mosque was holding prayers during the funeral procession for David Wyatt, one of four Marines killed by a Muslim man in the recent shooting in Chattanooga. The group— Baptists and Presbyterians —went to the Islamic Society of Greater Chattanooga to show that they don’t associate all Muslims with the recent shooting. “We just want to show them that we love them,” one visitor said.

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Why Is Evil Necessary? Frank Turek Explains

What would really happen if God did away with evil? You may have never thought of this before. Frank Turek Explains.

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Ligonier Ministries

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Crossway on Twitter

Learn to pray the Bible. It's easy, fun, and it could transform your prayer life: https://www.crossway.org/praythebible/  pic.twitter.com/d8bstsV6iX

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Sola Scriptura or Sola Cardia?

Lastly, everyone agrees that traditions of men should not be binding on the Church. However, Apostolic Tradition is binding. This is why Paul says for the Church to hold fast to the traditions that the Apostles themselves delivered to us. The Scriptures themselves are part of that Apostolic tradition. They were written by churchmen for the Church and are not independent from the Church. They are inspired, to be sure. But let us not take one passage (2 Tim 3:16) out of context. It does not talk about the Scriptures themselves having authority. It says that they are “profitable”. However, it is the Chruch who is described as being the “pillar and ground of truth”. The Scriptures as read by the Church are authoritative, and only in that context are they authoritative. They are not authoritative when read in the context of the Westminster confession. The Protestant confessions and verbose, clumsy and go way further than any of the ancient creeds. That phrase from the Westminster Confession is a classic example of an overreaching Protestant confessions (which actually casts doubt on Sola Scriptura by its very existence.

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Josh McDowell on Twitter

Infatuation can lead to real love; sometimes it is difficult to see the difference. See list: http://ow.ly/QlRVk  pic.twitter.com/zJ2T1u7DkG

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Questions on Time and Scary Monsters

He asks, “Has he always existed for an infinite amount of time and will continue to exist for an infinite amount of time?” Those are two separate questions. Let's take the past first. Has God always existed for an infinite amount of time? I would say no because I don't think that past time is infinite. If the past is finite – if time itself had a beginning – then God has existed at every moment in the past, but he has not existed for infinity (or from eternity past) because time is finite. If time had a beginning and God has existed at every moment of time then God has not existed for infinite time. Will God continue to exist for an infinite amount of time? Here I would say yes. Because the future on my view is merely a realm of potentiality and not actuality, it will go one toward infinity as a limit. It never actually reaches infinity. God will never have existed for an infinite number of years, but he will live forever. For any moment of future time you pick, God will exist at that time. So, in that sense, God will exist infinitely in a potential sense into the future, but he will never have existed for an actually infinite number of time because this future infinity is merely potential.

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Pray for Your Children

As I heard those earnest cries, tears welled up. That night I realized at new depth that this is the job of every Christian parent. We are to be priests to our children. The priesthood of all believers is not just for theological arguments or proper ecclesiology. It has very practical application for every parent.

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Crossway on Twitter

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Raising future men and women

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

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From the Lunch Table to the Dissection Table: The Latest Planned Parenthood Pricing Parts Video

StemExpress, a for-profit company partnered with over 30 abortion clinics, including Planned Parenthood, to harvest and sell aborted baby parts and provide a “financial benefit” to Planned Parenthood clinics, is attempting to use meritless litigation to cover-up this illegal baby parts trade, suppress free speech, and silence the citizen press reporting on issues of burning concern to the American public. They are not succeeding—their initial petition was rejected by the court, and their second petition was eviscerated to a narrow and contingent order about an alleged recording pending CMP’s opportunity to respond. The Center for Medical Progress follows all applicable laws in the course of our investigative journalism work and will contest all attempts from Planned Parenthood and their allies to silence our First Amendment rights and suppress investigative journalism.

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Carl Gustav on Twitter

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NPR Books on Twitter

@nprbooks I am so sad too. RT: We are heartbroken to announce the passing of beloved longtime critic Alan Cheuse: http://n.pr/1JW6HXE 

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Matt Dillahunty debates David Robertson on atheism, morality and evil

OK. So I think it’s safe to say that of all the Christian apologists out there, David Robertson is my least favorite debater. Why? Many reasons, but mostly because he does not bring in evidence, especially scientific evidence. And he seems to make these clever quips like G. K. Chesterton. I like evidence. I would rather that he talk about scientific and historical evidence.

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Divers Found 300-year-old Gold Treasure Valued at $1M

No joke, divers off the coast of Florida discovered about 60 gold artifacts from a 1715 shipwreck. They're valued at more than $1 million. A salvage operation called Queens Jewels, LLC, found the real-life treasure—51 gold coins and 40 feet of ornate gold chain—in about 15-feet-deep water. The ship is from the Treasure Fleet, which sank along Florida’s Treasure Coast on July 31, 1715 in what experts consider “one of the most important maritime tragedies in history.” Apparently, pirates were uninvolved. The coolest, and most notable, part of the find is a single coin made for the King Phillip V of Spain. Only a handful of such coins exist.

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The funeral I most dreaded

For 32 years of our marriage, I dreaded this terrible task because he was not a believer. He wanted no part of Christ or his gospel. We prayed for him, witnessed to him, sent others to talk to him, and five years ago even took him to Manaus, Brazil to go fishing for tucunaré (peacock bass), but with the real intention of sharing Christ on the entire trip. We colluded, cooperated and conspired for his soul.

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

Truth in a Culture of Doubt takes a closer look at the key arguments skeptical scholars such as Bart Ehrman keep repeating in radio interviews, debates, and in his their popular writings. If you are looking for insightful responses to critical arguments from a biblical perspective, easily accessible and thoughtfully presented, this book is for you. This is the first book to provide a comprehensive response to Ehrman’s popular works. It is presented in such a way that readers can either read straight through the book or use it as a reference when particular questions arise. Truth in a Culture of Doubt takes readers on a journey to explain topics such as the Bible’s origins, the copying of the Bible, alleged contradictions in Scripture, and the relationship between God and evil. Written for all serious students of Scripture, this book will enable you to know how to respond to a wide variety of critical arguments raised against the reliability of Scripture and the truthfulness of Christianity.  ORDER YOUR COPY NOW >>>

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Wrestling legend Roddy Piper dead at 61

WWE wrestling legend 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper has died at his California home at the age of 61, the athlete's agent told Variety Friday.

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Pixels

But if you take your family to see it, though you may not have to explain why grown-ups curse sometimes, you will have to explain why it’s OK for a man to call a woman he doesn’t know snobby, crazy, riff-raff, and psycho, and then lean in for a kiss. You’ll have to walk through how being bullied when you’re a kid means that you’ve got a free pass to be a bully when you’re an adult. You’d have to point out how it’s justified that a character’s sexual fantasies about a female video game character are fulfilled when she’s left on Earth as a literal trophy because hey, he saved the world! He deserves true love.

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Atheist challenges youth at church - ChristianWeek

BARRIE, ON—Imagine having a stranger show up at your church’s youth group arguing for atheism: “I have come to tell you that God does not exist.” That is exactly what happened at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Barrie, Ontario. But it was not quite what you think.

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Greg Dwight // Surrender // Premier Unsigned

Greg Dwight is a London based Indie/Soul singer. He popped into Premier to perform 'Surrender' especially for Premier Unsigned with Loretta Andrews. For the best of unsigned UK Christian music, tune into Unsigned with Loretta Andrews on Premier Gospel on Saturdays at 6pm and Premier Christian Radio, Saturdays at 9pm. http://www.premiergospel.org.uk/Shows... and http://www.premierchristianradio.com/... | For more video and audio content: http://player.premier.org.uk | Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/togetherpremier | Tweet us @TogetherPremier

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‘Key & Peele’ Is Coming to an End

This is our final season–and it’s not because of Comedy Central, it’s us. It was just time for us to explore other things, together and apart. I compare it to Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor. We might make a movie and then do our own thing for three years and then come back and do another movie. I’m thinking we could do that every three years–take a year, go bang out a movie. That’s the plan right now.

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J. Warner Wallace on Twitter

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Whom Do Tim Keller and Don Carson Look Up To?

The second intervention came a couple of decades later, when I was convicted about the shallowness of my prayer life. In response, I began to dig into the Psalms, and the two resources I relied on were Derek Kidner’s Tyndale commentary and Alec Motyer’s brief but luminous treatment of the Psalms in the New Bible Commentary: 21st Century Edition . Dr. Motyer’s compact description of the psalmists—that they were people who knew far less about God than we do, yet loved him a great deal more—is a crucial guide for interpreting the anguished cries, shouts of praise, and declarations of love we meet in God’s own Prayer Book. It is clear at some points that we are reading authors who were writing about God’s salvation before the “fullness of time” had come and the Cross laid bare God’s plan for saving the world. And yet the psalmists—with their less granular understanding of the outworkings of it all—did indeed grasp the gospel of salvation by grace, substitutionary atonement, and faith. Across the 150 psalms we see virtually every human condition and emotion set before God and transfigured by prayer.

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Isn’t the God of the Old Testament Harsh, Brutal, Downright Evil?

So in this instance, man sinned and God acted justly by punishing that sin, and even went much further by offering three blessings: a grace period, a means of salvation, and a perfect place to live an eternal life without sin, death, or the Curse. Imagine if a thief went before a judge and the judge said, “You have broken the law so you deserve 50 years in jail with no parole, but I will give you 1 year in jail, and you don’t have to begin serving that for six months so you may set your affairs in order. After 1 year, I’ll give you a guaranteed release, and on top of that, I’ll buy you a million-dollar home and prepare it for you.” It seems strange that people would say that the judge would be harsh and evil for sentencing the thief to a year in jail. What would be stranger still is if the thief refused the generous offer.

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Frank Turek on Twitter

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47 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.

48 Fact Checking Dan Barker: From our Recent Debate June 6, 2015

I don’t think Dan in any way represents all atheists with these shocking admissions, but I do think he represents a certain segment of unbelievers. Many atheists and agnostics, I believe, are open to the evidence and would no doubt change their views if convinced God exists and Jesus rose from the dead. However, it is important to realize that there are also many unbelievers like Dan who no matter what evidence is presented to them, in fact even if Jesus actually did rise from the dead and appear to them, they admit they would still not believe and would choose hell over worshipping God in heaven (see Luke 16:31). These kinds of statements do break my heart and I still pray for Dan and hope and believe he will come back to his Savior and Lord before the end.

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"Inside Out" - Feelings, Family, and Fun: A Christian Perspective

I recently got to see “Inside Out” in theaters and it was a huge treat. The plot was fairly predictable, but it was delightfully done and thought-provoking. Here, we will explore the film from a Christian worldview perspective. There will be  SPOILERS  in the following review.

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