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Filmed at UNCG School of Music in Greensboro, NC. "If You Want" is featured on Citizen Shade’s debut pop-soul EP, One for the Evening.

REBOOT | Youth Apologetics

Once a year, REBOOT meets in the centre of London to explore questions such as ‘How can we know God exists?’, ‘Why does God allow suffering?’ and ‘Hasn’t science disproved God?’. REBOOT provides a place for young people from 12-18 years old, with or without any faith or church background, to raise their objections and investigate different perspectives. Through its annual conference, online resources, and speaking invitations, REBOOT aims to equip young people to understand and be able to answer some of these big questions for themselves. Our team from the Zacharias Trust and the OCCA [the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics] want you to have confidence in what you believe, and the chance to be honest about your doubts. Since its launch in 2013, REBOOT has welcomed over 1000 young people, and this year we are excited to see more of you than ever!

Gay Teens Have Higher Rates of Pregnancy Than Straight Teens

Joe Carter on the pregnancy rates of LGB teens.

The Comeback | It’s Not Too Late and You’re Never Too Far //

“Louie personally knows what it takes to really believe it’s never too late for God to restore forgotten dreams, lost relationships, unhealed wounds, and impossible circumstances. Honestly, this is a book we all need to read! You’ll be empowered to take the first steps of your fresh start and achieve your ultimate comeback with God now.”

Are Humans Simply Robots? Nancy Pearcey on the "Free Will Illusion"

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Truthbomb Apologetics: Video: Jim Warner Wallace- God's Crime Scene

Welcome! It's been wisely stated that the way one answers the question, "Is there a God?" defines a life. Here at Truthbomb Apologetics we strive to offer apologetics resources to encourage and challenge both believer and unbeliever. Critical thinking is strongly encouraged, reason is a must, and all are welcomed!

Indirect Claims Jesus Is Jehovah - Stand to Reason Blog

You might think for some F, *surely* only God himself could be truly so called. But then often, Jesus in the NT is going to be the counterexample that refutes that! In other cases, there are other counterexamples in the scriptures. (e.g. humans, angels addressed as "God") Yes, for example, you could be forgiven for thinking that only God could be the judge of humanity - but the NT says that God has given the job to Jesus to do for him. One's intuitions about lofty titles have to give way to explicit NT teaching.

Indirect Claims Jesus Is Jehovah - Stand to Reason Blog

You might think for some F, *surely* only God himself could be truly so called. But then often, Jesus in the NT is going to be the counterexample that refutes that! In other cases, there are other counterexamples in the scriptures. (e.g. humans, angels addressed as "God") Yes, for example, you could be forgiven for thinking that only God could be the judge of humanity - but the NT says that God has given the job to Jesus to do for him. One's intuitions about lofty titles have to give way to explicit NT teaching.

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Bluffing is for Poker, Not Apologetics | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes

A few days ago I wrote a blog post arguing one mustn't be a biologist to comment on the evolution debate. The post was well received, but also gathered a few comments, such as a gentleman who responded, "I agree that people shouldn't be prohibited from opining on [evolution] just because they aren't biologists but they should familiarize themselves with the subject matter. Both sides often do not do so which leads to so many angry, pointless arguments." I saw more than one response that commented similarly. It's interesting that this particular issue generated the responses it did, all basically stating while one needn't be a biologist, they should have taken some time to understand the arguments of evolution before criticizing it. One person even noted that uninformed Christians can make silly arguments, such as "If we evolved from apes, why are there still apes?" I've heard such cringe-inducing objections, and they are more damaging than helpful. Though the article made the argument that non-experts have a chair at the table, I never meant it to mean that one doesn't have to study the subject matter.

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Human tissue firm cuts ties with Planned Parenthood after videos

“We value our various partnerships but, due to the increased questions that have arisen over the past few weeks, we feel it prudent to terminate activities with Planned Parenthood,” the company said in a statement. “While we value our business relationship with Planned Parenthood, that work represents a small percentage of our overall business activity and we must focus our limited resources on resolving these inquiries.”

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4 Physicist Paul Davies’ killer argument against the multiverse | Uncommon Descent

God, The Universe, and Everything – Special Relativity and Quantum Entanglement Reflect Some Characteristics Of God Excerpt: Albert Einstein taught us that time and space are related by light. Imagine that you and I hitch a ride on the Star ship Enterprise, traveling at the speed of light. Now remember, at the speed of light time stops. So if we look out the window while traveling at this speed, we would be aware of the past, the present and the future all at once. This bizarre universe which seems absurd to us is the very universe described by quantum physics.,,, The concept that there is something outside the material world becomes even more evident when you consider light. You see light has the ability to behave in a singularly conscious manner. To actually transmit information across the entire universe instantly. Consider this. In 1997 a Geneva researcher created a pair of twin light photons and sent them flying in opposite directions along optical fibers. When one photon hit a mirror it was forced to make a random choice to go one way or the other. Which ever way it went it’s twin photon already seven miles away always instantaneously took the very same option.

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Christianity's Most Famous Beer Enthusiasts

Like many of America’s founding fathers, Samuel Adams was outspoken about his faith and frequently wrote of the virtues of Christianity. As the Governor of Massachusetts, he issued a Proclamation for a Day of Public Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer, saying, “That with true repentance and contrition of Heart, we may unitedly implore the forgiveness of our Sins, through the merits of Jesus Christ, and humbly supplicate our Heavenly Father, to grant us the aids of his Grace, for the amendment of our Hearts and Lives, and vouchsafe his smiles upon our temporal concerns.” Some of his final words were, “Principally, and first of all, I resign my soul to the Almighty Being who gave it, and my body I commit to the dust, relying on the merits of Jesus Christ for the pardon of my sins.”

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3 Reasons Not to Homeschool

This time of year, as we begin to transition out of vacation mindset back into school mode, you may be considering homeschooling for the first time. And there are many good reasons to consider it. You get to choose the curriculum for your children. You’re able to teach every subject through a biblical worldview. You can take time to study things your children enjoy learning about, at their own pace and on their own level. Homeschool allows for greater flexibility in your schedule. Since it doesn’t take as long as a typical school day to complete lessons, there’s plenty of time for extracurricular activities, sports, clubs, additional classes, and hobbies. Homeschooling also provides more time for families to spend together. I could go on.

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Forgiveness Is a Marathon

Though Charleston has already faded from the news, it won’t ever fade from the view of those who personally experienced this tragedy. We applaud what they’ve done, share it on social media, then move on to the next thing. But Emanuel AME will have to live out the spirit of forgiveness every day. Forgiveness is neither easily offered nor easily lived. It requires daily “working out”—a daily willingness to look at the scars of injustice and choose to press deeper into grace instead of turning back toward anger and revenge. Over time, the land of anger and revenge will fade farther and farther from our view.

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Why Church History Matters

The women and men of faith who came before us, those “saints who from their labors rest” were our fellow people of the Way, our spiritual ancestors. Reading, understanding and retelling their stories is vital to the health of the Church and should indeed be exciting and encouraging as we ask similar questions, face similar dilemmas, and—above all—worship the same triune God through the preaching of the same Word and the administration of the same sacraments.

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‘Theo Presents’—Teaching Big Theology to Little Kids

The main point I’d like to drive home in each of our Theo volumes is the gospel. The gospel is the bedrock on which every doctrine of the Christian faith is built. We are all sinners, we have all fallen short of the glory of God, and we cannot save ourselves. Only the Son of God can save us. Because of his great love for us, Jesus took the sin of the world upon himself at Calvary. He not only takes away our sins by grace through faith, but we are clothed in his righteousness and have access to the Father. Jesus’s death saves us; his resurrection affirms that the Father accepted his sacrifice and that in Christ we can enjoy God now and forever. Nothing else matters. Without God's love and grace and truth expressed in the gospel, the rest of Christian theology would not make sense. Everything hinges on the gospel. This is the reason why each of our Theo volumes includes a five minute “Good News” (an animated John 3:16), so that by viewing it people may be moved to faith and salvation.

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Actor Gary Busey on Prayer Hour

Gary Busey on his Group The Rubber Band on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" — 1985

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Lamentations: A Bottle for the Tears of the World

Lamentations, as O’Connor says, provides a bottle for the tears of the world. We cry out to God for those who suffer so terribly from the effects of sin and evil and sheer folly: in wars, racial conflicts, and all manner of injustice and oppression. Lamentations holds up to God the sheer horror of what this suffering feels like, and appeals to him to act justly, to demonstrate his faithfulness. The book affirms God’s sovereignty—his throne is still in heaven even as the devastation of his temple happens on earth—in its closing verses.

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White House Silent After Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl Charged With Treason - Breitbart

Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl has been charged with treason, his lawyer says, but the White House is not commenting on the news yet.

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No One Uses ‘Lol’ Anymore to Laugh Online

After reading an article in The New Yorker about e-laughter, researchers at Facebook decided to dive into their data to see how people actually communicate laughter online. The findings are actually pretty interesting: More than half of all Facebook laughers used “haha,” while about 33 percent used a laughing emoji, 13 percent used “hehe” and less than 1.9 percent used “lol.” People who used “haha” were more likely to add more letters to convey that they were laughing hard (“hahahahahaaa,” for example), while people who used emojis usually only used one. The data also showed that women are more likely to use emojis, while men use “haha” slightly more. You can read the full report here , then get back to deciding whether to comment "hahaha" or an emoji on your friend's hilarious Facebook post.

16 http://www.thegospelcoalition.org/publications/entry/praying-with-paul

Praying with Paul l eads group members into the Epistles to see what Paul taught in his “school of prayer.” In 8 sessions groups and group members will be exposed to priorities of prayer, a God-centered framework for prayer, and practices for a more dynamic and meaningful prayer life. Christians today can still achieve the confidence Paul enjoyed by following his life-shaping principles and searching for a deeper devotional experience.

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Answering Muslims: Study: 19 of 20 Worst Countries for Women Are Muslim-Majority Countries

It's official. According to the latest data , 19 of the 20 worst places in the world to be a woman are Muslim-majority countries. That's too strong a correlation to be a coincidence. (Note: The only country in the top 20 that isn't a Muslim-majority country is Ethiopia, where more than a third of the population is Muslim.) Meanwhile, Muslim organizations like CAIR continue to silence anyone who criticizes the treatment of women in Muslim lands , and gullible American "feminists" are converting to Islam . (CNSNews.com) – Nineteen out of 20 countries with the lowest scores in an annual survey of gender equality around the world are Islamic, and 12 are Arab states. As a bloc, the Muslim world’s showing in this year’s “Global Gender Gap” report, compiled by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and released on Tuesday, is even worse than in previous recent years, when 17 of the bottom 20 were Islamic states. The survey, covering a total of 142 countries this year, measures gaps between women and men in four key areas: political empowerment, economic participation and opportunity, educational attainment, and health and survival.

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Correct, NOT Politically Correct: How Same-Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone

Same-Sex Marriage will Hurt Everyone, —including YOU. Find out how here! Why not legalize same-sex marriage? Who could it possibly hurt? Using sound reasoning and evidence, —not religion, —award-winning author Frank Turek shows that everyone will be hurt including children the nation and even homosexuals themselves.  Key Words: 9781607081623, culture, arts,  ethics, moral, morals, morality,  politics, government, gay, lesbian, Correct, NOT Politically Correct: How Same-Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone - Frank Turek

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What is Connectedness Doing to Us?

Plan your consumption. Smartphones are useful and always with us. But that doesn’t mean we really need to check them 50 times a day. Constant checking interrupts our flow, thinking, prayer, conversations and work. I consciously connect just two to four times per day. Define how many times you’ll pull out your device, when those times will be and how long you’ll be on. I actually set a timer, and every time it goes off, I swipe to close Instagram or Twitter or Facebook or Snapchat. I’m growing in the self-discipline I should have as a follower of Christ.

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Crossway on Twitter

The gospel has completely changed how we understand the past. Here's how: http://cway.to/1TeP7sl  pic.twitter.com/J262QjZRCc

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‘The Great Emoji Challenge’ Is the Game Show Our Generation Has Been Waiting For

Have you ever received a complex text message composed entirely of emojis, and thought, “Wow, deciphering these should be the subject of a televised competition, with millions of dollars in prize money at stake?” Well that dream may soon be a reality. The studio behind the reality hit Undercover Boss is developing a new game show called The Great Emoji Challenge in which contestants will compete for a million dollars by decoding messages written entirely with emoji icons. There’s no word yet on which network will bring the series to primetime or if the buzzers will just be massive iPhones.

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Ligonier Ministries

The Holiness of God is Ligonier Ministries’ most popular and enduring series. Literally thousands of people have testified to a transforming encounter with God through this series. This series of six 30-minute messages examines the meaning of holiness and why … Learn More

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Crossway on Twitter

"If saved by imputed righteousness, we shall greatly value imparted righteousness." -Spurgeon http://cway.to/1Kny4fg  pic.twitter.com/n0dvmDdzQg

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What Do You Mean By Evolution? Frank Turek Explains at Wright State University

Do you believe in evolution? What exactly is evolution? A student at Wright State University challenges Frank on evolution. Frank's answer may surprise you.

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"Shut Up, Bigot!": The Intolerance of Tolerance

Conservatives who dispute the views of sexual liberalism are called bigots because those who embrace the new sexual mores are beholden to the new tolerance as a plausibility structure. Postmodern liberals cannot even comprehend how one can simultaneously reject a belief and accept the person who holds it. Thus, the charges of bigotry that spew forth reveal the intellectual and interpersonal poverty and dysfunction in which these persons live.

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3 Ways Christians Turn People Off from Church

Let's take the Sandy story as an example. I think it would've been much more powerful if you shared stories of how you got to a point where you were able to get over your bias against inappropriately dressed people. Such as: "My friend Kristy used to be a stripper, and she invited one of her old colleagues, Candace, to our church one time. Everyone was happy Candace was there, even though she dressed a bit provocatively, but she never came again. I asked Kristy why Candace didn't want to come back, and was surprised by her answer. Even though no one made any comments about her attire, Candace could tell everyone was uncomfortable with her outfit, and it made her feel unwelcome. Parents dragged their kids away in the foyer so they wouldn't see Candace's legs, only the women greeters would shake her hand - the men ducked for cover hoping their wives wouldn't see them greeting someone dressed inappropriately, and worst of all, people were cordial to her. By cordial, I mean they were diplomatic - they greeted her with a smile, but no one asked her to join them for lunch. They were nice, but didn't make an effort to get to know her.

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Best Of Enemies - Official Trailer

Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bestofenemie... 2 Men. 10 Debates. Television would never be the same. Watch the trailer for Best of Enemies featuring the explosive debates between liberal Gore Vidal and conservative William F. Buckley Jr. Available in theatres July 10th from Magnolia Pictures: http://www.magpictures.com/bestofenemies

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Innovative Apologetics: Rebutting Irrational Positions

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No More Love for Christian Author’s Holocaust Romance

Set during World War II, For Such a Time features a brave heroine who risks her life to try to save her people from being killed during the Holocaust. Along the way, she wins the heart of a handsome older man. The book, like Breslin's heroine, seemed bound for happy ending. It earned rave reviews, strong sales, and was a finalist for major awards.

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Bedtime phenomenon: scientist develops book to send children to sleep in minutes

“This is the first time an independent author has taken the number one position in our print books chart and ‘The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep’ is currently outselling big releases like The Girl on a Train and Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman. It’s a great achievement and we, like many families across the UK, hope there are many more books to come.”

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The tools your church needs for effective family ministry

In the first place, help parents to see that if they are believers in Jesus Christ, God has already equipped them with his Spirit, his Word and the community of faith (John 16:12–14; Eph 4:11–16; 2 Tim 3:16–17; Heb. 13:21). Through these gifts from God, it is possible for the gospel to reshape every part of life, including practices of parenting. In whatever problem parents may face, the gospel is foundational to the answer. If the gospel is not foundational to the answer, either we don’t understand the problem, or we don’t understand the full implications of the gospel.

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Can the Evidence “for” God Have Other Explanations?

Gosh, I do really well at this sort of thing – but not in a Biblical-teaching way. For example, my husband might say “my coworkers must all be getting paid more than me because they all drive fancy, new cars”. And I’ll say “maybe their wives are doctors. Maybe they don’t have student loans. Maybe they have collection agencies calling them every night because they really can’t afford those cars”. I point out that there can be tons of explanations for things that might seem cut-and-dried at first blush. I don’t point those things out – or even ponder them much – from a Biblical perspective. I’m so grateful for this post; it reminds me that I need to integrate my Christianity better into the way I already live my life (hopefully that makes sense with the context I provided).

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New Season of ‘The Mindy Project’ Will Hit Hulu on Sept. 15

Mindy fans have another reason to be excited about the new season as well: Without the restrictions of primetime network TV, each episode will now be a few minutes longer. Don’t expect too many changes to the tone of the sitcom though. As Kaling explained at the Television Critics Association press tour this weekend, “We always say the character can only change 5 percent at a time. And things like motherhood will bring out aspects of her personality ... which we've not seen before, obviously. But maybe this is a little cynical, but we feel people don't change."

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A Little Letter To Parents On Youth Sports. . . .

With that being said, I need to let you know where I stand. I have no hidden agenda. I have no ulterior motive other than what I said about my goals. I also need all of you to know that my priorities in life will most likely be a part of how I coach, and the expectations I have for the boys. My Christian faith is the guide for my life and I have never been one for forcing my faith down someone’s throat, but I also believe it to be cowardly, and hypocritical to shy away from what I believe. You as parents need to know for yourselves and for your boys, that when the opportunity presents itself, I will be honest with what I believe. That may make some people uncomfortable, but I did that as a player, and I hope to continue it in any endeavor that I get into. I am just trying to get as many potential issues out in the open from the beginning. I believe that the biggest role of the parent is to be a silent source of encouragement. I think if you ask most boys what they would want their parents to do during the game; they would say “NOTHING”. Once again, this is ALL about the boys.

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7 Proverbs for Facebook - Kevin A. Thompson

The most underutilized aspect of social media is in spreading good. At its best, Facebook can be a tremendous place to share good news, good pictures, and goodwill. I’ve often considered challenging readers to take a ten day Facebook challenge and to only share positive posts for just over a week. It would greatly change a person’s attitude. While it feels important to fight against something, it is far more vital to encourage others. (See: Like, What If Facebook Is Right? )

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Can Naturalism Account for Human Dignity and Value? - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

Why do we, as humans, feel obligated toward other humans when we don’t recognize moral obligations toward other forms of life on the planet? We seldom hesitate to exterminate the rodents and insects in our homes and we feel no moral obligation toward the weeds growing in our garden. What, from a naturalistic perspective, gives us the right to consider humans differently? Can we stay “inside the room” of the universe to explain why humans ought to be honored with dignity and value when we don’t afford these considerations to other species or forms of life?

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To protect children, we need to tell women to choose conservative, traditional men

I’ve been a timid guy most of my life. I’ve always wanted to meet a great girl and get married. Last year I really started wondering why I wasn’t meeting girls, in a relationship and not married. The easiest thing to do is to blame the world, the second blame a bad generation of women (which is partly to blame) but the hardest thing to do is really reflect where I was. Long story short, I ended up really delving into becoming a man, and how that happens. I can tell you confidence doesn’t mean arrogance, it means not expecting results. Wanting, but not expecting results. Doing something nice because that’s who you are and not secretly holding somebody to a contract they didn’t agree to. Think of it as I scratch your back, now you HAVE to scratch mine. In my change I’ve noticed a lot of growth (I’d consider myself in recovery) and it really is brightening the world and showing me I have a lot more potential and capability than with the previous mindset.

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Counseling and the heart of Christ

His questions point out the obvious.  Of course you go looking for the lost sheep!  Naturally you initiate a search for the missing coin!  Any reasonable person knows that it is wisest and best to exert all necessary effort on the ones that are missing, and in need help rather than the ones that are fine, and intact.  Such obvious reasoning is an indictment against the Pharisees.  Their obsession with obedience has led them to lose sight of the heart of God.  They were busy feeling cozy in their righteous little group, and indicting those on the outside when they should have been moving toward hurting, sinful, and troubled people with God’s love.

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Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom

As Anderson himself admits, there are reasonable arguments on the side of proponents of same-sex marriage. None of us is an island; we rely on others for companionship, encouragement, accountability, and help in times of need. In a nation that stands on the foundation of individual liberty and equality it’s reasonable to consider whether there are ways in which our public policies can best serve those currently left out of dated public policies. It’s reasonable to question whether the true definition of marriage ought to remain when the relationship of most heterosexual couples seems to exemplify a revisionist one. It’s worth asking if an errant understanding of marriage has been the norm for decades, and whether granting access to something like 3 percent of the population will truly make matters worse. Some research conflicts with the conclusions of Regnerus; who is right? It’s reasonable to conclude that the science is not yet conclusive.

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WORLD | A new definition of ‘teamwork’—cheating | Bill Newton | Aug. 15, 2015

Most of us have been guilty of these sins at one point or another. We too have cultural rationalizations. Pastors are not immune, and our excuses are legion. We preach someone else’s sermon or use a poignant quote and fail to give credit to the author. We copy a CD or DVD unlawfully and justify it because it is non-profit Kingdom work. Surely God would approve. Or better still, go to a conference and listen to pastors answer the question, “How many people are in your church?” The answers would convince you that pastors know neither math nor how to count.

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Women, under the influence of feminism, are willing participants in the hook-up culture

This. And I am still bewildered by the Church’s reluctance to fight for the families of her parishioners, other than a deep-seated fear that doing so would clear the pews of women and with it, a good chunk of their income stream and volunteer corps. But it gets worse: Not only does the Church at large not fight feminism, it actually aids and abets it. Anecdote: We quit the church we had been attending for the last 2 years after this Father’s Day, when the men in the congregation were subjected to an hour-long tirade about how much men needed to get their acts together, stop ending up in jail, otherwise stop quitting families, and stop making the women of the community bear the brunt of raising children without a dad around. The speaker held men responsible for the state of the family, somehow blissfully unaware of the mountains of data that suggest that, at the very least, both sexes bear significant culpability. Men were dogs, women were heroic single moms, and that was the last time we attended.

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When America Put Pastors in Prison

In 1774, James Madison wrote to a friend in Pennsylvania about troubling developments in Virginia. There were reasons to worry about oppressive British taxes, of course, but that was not Madison’s primary concern in this letter. The “worst” news he had to deliver was that the “diabolical Hell conceived principle of persecution” was raging in the colony. “There are at this [time] . . . not less than 5 or 6 well meaning men in [jail] for publishing their religious sentiments. . . . Pray for liberty of conscience to revive among us.” While today we tend to think of early America as a bastion of religious liberty, many in the colonial era lamented its absence.

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Renewing Your Mind | Jesus Meets a Demon | August 15, 2015

That Satan is a creature means he is subject to the Lord, who uses him to fulfill His good purposes (Rom. 8:28). In the final analysis, the Devil is God’s Devil (to summarize Martin Luther) and never operates outside the Lord’s decree. This truth can be seen when we compare today’s passage with 2 Samuel 24. Applying material from the books of Samuel to the Israelites after the Babylonian exile, the Chronicler tells us Satan incited David to take a census of Israel (1 Chron. 21:1) even though 2 Samuel 24:1 says God moved David on that occasion. This is no contradiction; it illustrates the doctrine of providence. Since God is sovereign over all, everything that happens is grounded in His plan. David commanded a census because the Lord ultimately planned that he do so, but Satan was used as the secondary cause to incite David. God ordained David’s sin, but He is not to blame for the temptation, for Satan did the tempting. In this case we might say the Lord “allowed” Satan to tempt David in order to clarify the point that God does not stand behind evil deeds in the same way that He does behind goodness.

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Book Review: God's Crime Scene | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes

Former cold case detective J. Warner Wallace's new book God's Crime Scene: A Cold-Case Detective Examines the Evidence for a Divinely Created Universe opens with a vivid retelling of one of Wallace's first homicide investigations. He explains: Every homicide case begins as a simple death investigation. When a dead body is discovered, detectives must investigate the evidence to determine the most reasonable explanation. Did the body die naturally? Did he suffer some kind of accident? Did he commit suicide? Was he murdered? These are the four possible explanations at any death scene. Homicide detectives are concerned with only the last one. Wallace then notes that while the first three explanations require no other actor, evidence for murder means that the victim's death cannot be explained by only what investigators find "inside the room." Another actor must be involved. Using this analogy, Wallace has once again written a highly engaging yet informative apologetics book demonstrating the reasonableness of God's existence. Like his previous Cold Case Christianity   ( reviewed here ), each chapter opens with an anecdote of a homicide investigation and sets the stage for the concepts of the chapter.

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Christ and the Ark of Noah

God was infinitely concerned about that unbelieving world. “The Divine longsuffering waited in the days of Noah, while the ark was being prepared, in which a few, that is, eight souls, were saved through water” (1 Peter 3:20). And what was Noah doing? He most likely warned everyone of what was about to happen—and why. God “did not spare the ancient world, but saved Noah, one of eight people, a preacher of righteousness, bringing in the flood on the world of the ungodly” ( 2 Peter 2:5 ). I can picture Noah pleading with people to trust in the “longsuffering” Lord, and to believe His warnings, and to enter the only provision in the entire world for survival—the Ark.

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Mike Licona on Twitter

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Truthbomb Apologetics: Counterpoints: Lawrence Krauss and J. Warner Wallace

Welcome! It's been wisely stated that the way one answers the question, "Is there a God?" defines a life. Here at Truthbomb Apologetics we strive to offer apologetics resources to encourage and challenge both believer and unbeliever. Critical thinking is strongly encouraged, reason is a must, and all are welcomed!

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Pastor Mark Driscoll on Twitter

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78 Rachel Kerr // The Importance of stable family background // The Profile
79 Ligonier Ministries
80 Living in Our Stories
81 Mike Licona on Twitter
82 Russell Moore on How the Gospel Reshapes Evangelical Political Engagement
83 Bible study: the importance of truth in religion
84 WORLD | Just as they were | Arsenio Orteza | Aug. 22, 2015
85 Mike Licona on Twitter
86 Selling Fetal Body Parts Is NOT the Primary Moral Issue
87 Faith vs. Reason
88 Planned Parenthood A Turning Point
89 The Superhero Sitcom You Always Wanted Is Coming
90 Renewing Your Mind | Questions and Answers #1 | August 14, 2015