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Sharing Your Faith With Muslims - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

Last weekend, at a church in Middlesbrough, England, I presented the above talk on sharing one’s Christian faith with Muslims in a winsome and persuasive way. Islam is a religion that accounts for well over a billion people worldwide, and self-professes to be the world’s fastest growing religion. It is a subject that we often hear about through the media, but few Christians have a deep understanding of the Muslim religion or are acquainted with what the Qur’an and other primary Islamic sources actually teach. This means that few are equipped to effectively bring the gospel to their Muslim friends, colleagues and acquaintances. In this presentation, I delve into the primary Islamic sources to investigate what Islam teaches about Jesus, the Trinity, and salvation. I explains how to graciously demonstrate the internal problems and inconsistencies inherent in the Islamic religion; as well as how to explain core Christian doctrines in a way that Muslims can relate to; and how to skilfully and persuasively share the gospel with your Muslim friends.

Air New Zealand’s ‘Men in Black’ In-Flight Safety Video Is a Masterpiece

Air New Zealand is known for their ambitious takes on in-flight safety videos, but their latest Men in Black-themed blockbuster takes things to the next level. The word "epic" gets thrown around a lot on the Internet, but for a mandatory video about generic safety info, this one can confidently wear the label.

Horrific Claim in New Planned Parenthood Video: Intact Brain Was Harvested From ‘Late-Term Male Fetus Whose Heart Was Still Beating’

A pro-life, medical ethics group has released the seventh video in an ongoing undercover and investigative series alleging that Planned Parenthood sells aborted fetal parts and tissue for profit. The latest 10-minute clip from the Center for Medical Progress includes a shocking claim from Holly O’Donnell, a former blood...

The transgender suicide epidemic: is accepting their confusion really the answer?

Over 41 percent of active 'transgender' people try to kill themselves. That's ten times the average 4.6 percent suicide attempt rate.

Obama admin to Congress: It’s perfectly legal for Planned Parenthood to harvest babies’ organs

HHS insisted that it does not fund fetal tissue research or elective abortion through Planned Parenthood.

Hungarian Folk Dancers Start 'Slapping' Their Legs and These Judges Are in Shock!

These Hungarian folk dancers get on stage and no one knows what to expect. Is it going to be weird? Good? Embarrassing? But just seconds into their performance on "Britain's Got More Talent," the judges' jaws dropped.

Not What Scissors Are For | Blog & Mablog

The seventh Planned Parenthood video comes pretty close to Dante’s seventh circle. That’s not what scissors are for. But one of the first things I thought of after seeing it was the ninth circle, the circle dedicated to the treacherous. And that is what this is — treacherous, horrific, appalling, heinous, and cold as Hell. …

New Trailer for Controversial 'So You Think You Can Preach' Competition Makes Waves Online as Interest Grows (WATCH)

A trailer for the controversial new reality show "So You Think You Can Preach," where hundreds of lay preachers are already clamoring for the opportunity to become "the next T.D. Jakes, Creflo Dollar, Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland, Eddie Long, Joel Osteen, or Joyce Meyer," is now making waves online with some critics dismissing it as "mockery," a "joke," "wickedness," or "vile vine."

Chimps as Incipient Humans? Darwinists Debate

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

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The Briefing 08-20-15

1) Designation of pro-life arguments as extremist exposes lack of middle ground on abortion

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Can An Understanding of Eternal Life Change the Way We See Evil? | Cold Case Christianity

If dualism is true, we are both material and non-material, eternal beings who will live forever. Our experience and understanding of pain and evil must be contextualized within eternity, not within our temporality. Whatever our experience here in our earthly life, no matter how difficult or painful it may be, must be seen through the lens of forever. As our eternal experience stretches beyond our struggles in this life, our temporal suffering will become an ever-shrinking percentage of our consciousness. The anguish we may have experienced on earth will be long outdistanced by the bliss we’ll experience in eternity.

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The Christian Post on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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The Real History of the Crusades

Misconceptions about the Crusades are all too common. The Crusades are generally portrayed as a series of holy wars against Islam led by power-mad popes and fought by religious fanatics. They are supposed to have been the epitome of self-righteousness and intolerance, a black stain on the history of the Catholic Church in particular and Western civilization in general. A breed of proto-imperialists, the Crusaders introduced Western aggression to the peaceful Middle East and then deformed the enlightened Muslim culture, leaving it in ruins. For variations on this theme, one need not look far. See, for example, Steven Runciman's famous three-volume epic, History of the Crusades , or the BBC/A&E documentary, The Crusades , hosted by Terry Jones. Both are terrible history yet wonderfully entertaining.

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Grace to You Radio

A one-minute radio feature where John MacArthur applies biblical truth to daily living.

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Crossway on Twitter

Why you should care about biblical theology, even if you aren't in ministry: http://cway.to/1fAJyT2  pic.twitter.com/YZWKkDDRzc

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Frank Turek on Twitter

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"Deez Nuts" for president

ABC-7 in Washington reports on a few candidates as realistic candidates in North Carolina, Iowa, and Minnesota. All this footage belongs to ABC-7 and the ABC Broadcasting company. "Deez Nuts" for president "Deez Nuts" for president

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20 Cool Tools for Creating Infographics

Applications like these could kick graphic designers out of business since PiktoChart markets itself as the tool that let’s “non designers create beautiful infographics in as little as 10 minutes.” This may be a shocker – or maybe even a bit offensive – but it is true. Piktochart has over 400 fully customizable themes with retina-ready images, objects, graphs, and colors you can edit and adjust according to your preference.

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When ‘Discernment’ Leads to Disaster

That 2000 CBF policy, still in effect, dates back to when an older generation was leading the CBF and it reflects the fact that many of the churches that were ready to join the CBF in the 1990 were not (yet) ready to endorse homosexuality. The CBF has no argument against homosexuality on biblical terms, so it is only a matter of time before it changes its policy. Even in 2000, the group announced the policy but claimed to take no “position” on homosexuality itself: “CBF values and respects the autonomy of each individual and local church to evaluate and make their own decision regarding social issues like homosexuality.”

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How to Become an Exceptional Writer

I’m sure there are some online groups. (I tried a Google search on “Creative Writing Critique Groups,” and found some options there. The first listing at Squidoo has a review of online groups. Worth a look.) I prefer a face-to-face group. If that’s your preference, then try asking at your local library if any groups meet there. You could also try local bookstores, colleges. If none exist, which would surprise me, then you could post a note on a bulletin board in one of those places to see if you get any takers. I think a small group is best (4-5 people). Bear in mind that not all critique groups are created equal. If you find yourself in one that is full of highly critical people who can only offer negative comments with no suggestions for how to fix things, then get out. You’ll get very discouraged and won’t grow at all in that environment. Helpful critique is what you want. I’m sure you already know this. Good luck to you. Drop me a line and let me know how it goes. (jimh@gracefulword.com)

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Tennessee courts reverse ban on 'Mother' and 'Father' | Fox News

On Tuesday afternoon I told you that court officials in Tennessee had replaced the words “Mother” and “Father” on court documents with the gender-neutral terms “Parent 1” and “Parent 2”.

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Ten Things to Remember as the Presidential Campaign Season Gets Into Full Swing

9. It is extremely unlikely that either party will nominate someone with no political experience. Not a wish, just a prediction I can make with almost complete certainty. Do you know how many presidents we’ve elected without a high military rank or experience in electoral politics? Two. And both of these men had previous political experience (even if they hadn’t been elected to anything): William Howard Taft was a judge and the Solicitor General before becoming President, and Herbert Hoover was the Secretary of Commerce under Presidents Harding and Coolidge. Do you know the last time either party nominated someone who had never been a governor, senator, representative, or vice president? The year was 1952 and that man had recently saved all free peoples of the world from totalitarian tyranny. So, yeah, Eisenhower is kind of the exception that proves the rule. Besides Ike, you have to go back to Wendell Willkie–the dark horse candidate who won the Republican nomination in 1940 and lost 85% of the electoral college vote to Roosevelt–to find a major nominee who had not held elected office.

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City Council pauses Chick-fil-A location at Denver airport

The Denver City Council has stalled a lease for a Chick-fil-A restaurant at Denver International Airport, citing the company's reputation as a same-sex marriage opponent.

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Clicking With a Conscience

The 1970s were overall a terrible and traumatic time, and Jimmy Carter was both their product and their victim. He was their product in that it took an unprecedented national convulsion—turmoil and eventually defeat in Vietnam, the forced resignation of a president—to give a little-known one-term governor of Georgia, and peanut farmer, a chance at national office. He was their victim in that the woes of the late 1970s—gasoline shortages and price spikes, worldwide hyper-inflation that drove the prime interest rate to 21 percent, the dawn of Islamist turmoil in the Middle East, leading to the revolution in Iran—all happened on his watch and dragged him down. Even so, as he points out and as most historians attest, if he had sent one more helicopter on the doomed rescue mission for American hostages in Tehran, he would probably have been re-elected in 1980, and Ronald Reagan might have missed his chance.

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Josh McDowell on Twitter

It's not too late to make a difference in a child's life this summer! Give a truth-filled book http://ow.ly/QwVaI  pic.twitter.com/GohGzW5Vqi

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87. Do all religions lead to God? | Norman Geisler

Bobby Conway asks our special guest Dr. Norman L. Geisler "Do All Religions Lead to God?"

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Gosnell-Like Horror: Abortion Worker Describes Cutting Open Baby with ‘Beating Heart’

The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) released a seventh investigative video August 19 featuring former StemExpress tissue technician, Holly O’Donnell, as she detailed how she “cut” open an aborted baby boy’s head with scissors while his heart was still beating. “It had a face,” she said. “It had eyelids.”

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Ayn Rand's The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe

the two emblematic instances I can point to without rereading anything or looking it up are when she pretends to Trumpkin that she was only accidentally a better archer, she only shot better because of the wind or some such thing, even though putting him in his place is required to prove their identifies and secure his aid – I believe there's even a line about how she feels terrible even as she strings her bow, because she knows she's better and she knows it'll humiliate him (which – if I may digress for a second – is every bit the thing that would also damn her forever if this really were Ayn Rand's Narnia; doing less than your best, or pretending not to be better than someone else to spare their feelings i.e. falsifying your own pure dominant nature for the sake of an altruistic impulse, can you imagine – that is, if you will, Susan's tragedy, that she is living in Ayn Rand's Narnia while the rest of them get to live in the comparatively gentler Lewis's Narnia.)

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(Spanish) Relief Project: Am I Called?

“I believe we are at a crucial moment in the current reformation movement sweeping the Spanish-speaking world when there is much opportunity to correct many…erroneous practices by instructing the young men God is calling. Dave’s book can help all leaders understand what a true calling to the ministry involves. If we can help churches and leaders identify and confirm true called leaders we will be serving the church of the future for decades…a simple resource like this can be a tool that will be used for many years and in a very wide scope in Latin America.”

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The Truth About the Crusades - Christian Resistance Against Islamic Jihad

Which was worse? Watch the data and you decide. This video is part of Bill Warner's astounding lecture: "Why we are afraid. A 1400 years secret" Contrary to popular belief, the Crusades were not a campaign to spread faith by the sword, but a defense of Catholics and their holy places against Muslim aggression as well as an answer to a desperate plea from the Orthodox Church.

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Breaking News: Hilton Hotels Removes Porn From In-Room Entertainment

“We want to publicly thank Hilton for its decision to create a safe and positive environment for all of its customers,” said Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE. “Hilton has taken a stand against sexual exploitation. Pornography not only contributes to the demand for sex trafficking, which is a serious concern in hotels, but it also contributes to child exploitation, sexual violence, and lifelong porn addictions. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation applauds Hilton Hotels for recognizing these harms, and is glad to announce that Hilton Hotels will be removed from the Dirty Dozen List.”

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House Democrats Launch Investigation of Pro-Life Group Behind Planned Parenthood Expose’ Videos

The top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee is launching an investigation into the Center for Medical Progress, the pro-life organization that spent years recording the undercover videos and tracking information to expose Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry and biotech industry’s involvement in the abortion of unborn babies and the sales of their body parts to top universities for research.

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When ‘Discernment’ Leads to Disaster

That 2000 CBF policy, still in effect, dates back to when an older generation was leading the CBF and it reflects the fact that many of the churches that were ready to join the CBF in the 1990 were not (yet) ready to endorse homosexuality. The CBF has no argument against homosexuality on biblical terms, so it is only a matter of time before it changes its policy. Even in 2000, the group announced the policy but claimed to take no “position” on homosexuality itself: “CBF values and respects the autonomy of each individual and local church to evaluate and make their own decision regarding social issues like homosexuality.”

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Hilton Removes Porn From Hotel Rooms After Hearing Sexual Exploitation Concerns

After meeting with anti-pornography advocates, major global hotel chain Hilton Worldwide announced that it will no longer include video-on-demand adult entertainment at their facilities.

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'Chariots of Fire' Sequel to Focus on Christian Olympian's Mission Work, Martyrdom in China

An unofficial sequel to the hit 1981 film "Chariots of Fire," based on a screenplay co-authored by a Lutheran pastor, may soon hit theatres.

28 Apologetics Resources for Your Children | Reasonable Faith

Dr. Craig's "What is God Like?": God is All Good Our seventh booklet “God Is All-Good” raises profound and very important questions about the foundation of moral values. Papa Bear maintains that without God moral values and duties have no foundation and are therefore just subjective matters of opinion. The terrible consequences of such an atheistic view are made plain. But Papa goes on to explain that God Himself is the foundation for objective moral values and duties. Papa thereby answers an age-old objection to basing morality in God: is something good just because God wills it, or does God will something because it is good? This is a false dilemma. The answer is that God wills something because He is good. That is to say, God is Himself the standard of goodness, and His commands are expressions of His nature. Thus, God’s commandments are not arbitrary but reflect the nature of a Being who is Goodness itself. This understanding of the basis of right and wrong, good and bad, will equip your child to meet the challenges of a secular society which has lost its moral moorings and to answer those who resist basing morality in God.

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J. Warner Wallace on Twitter

Does the Evidence from Science Point to God? Yes. Here’s the Case: http://goo.gl/FRldde  pic.twitter.com/j87rFa7G7H

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Ligonier Ministries

Why exactly is it that pastors’ kids (PKs) need prayer? What makes them so special? Actually, nothing. They are just like all their peers—the same weaknesses, the same proclivity to sin, and made in the image of God, too. All in all, PKs are a pretty normal bunch.

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Help Me Teach the Bible: Dan Doriani on James

To teach us how to teach the book of James, in this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible  we talk with  Dan Doriani,  vice president of strategic academic initiatives and professor of theology at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis. Doriani is the author of  Getting the Message: A Plan for Interpreting and Applying the Bible , a book that is essential reading for every Bible teacher, as well as numerous commentaries. He also wrote the introduction and notes on the book of James in the  Gospel Transformation Bible . Topics in this discussion include:

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Is God Imaginary? | Reasonable Faith

Is God imaginary? Atheists such as Christopher Hitchens claim he is. But when they are asked to provide evidence for the position they hold, many times they reply that proving the non-existence of God is akin to proving the non-existence of Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy. However the reasons why one believes in God are significantly different from those for which one may believe in Santa. In this article we examine how certain criteria for evidence works, and why one may be epistemically justified in asking for positive evidence for the atheist’s claim that God does not exist. Unless he can provide good reasons for his disbelief, one may confidently answer the question “Is God imaginary?” with a resounding no.

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When This Father Snaps His Fingers, the Baby Takes a Nap

Most of the time it can be a pain trying to get your baby to fall asleep. But it doesn't seem like this father is having a hard time. It is actually quite simple, snap and the baby will take a nap.

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Pro-Life Christian or Pro-Justice Christian? Yes.

In my role at Focus on the Family I’m blessed to meet and work with people in both the Christian pro-life and pro-justice communities. I’ve noticed they have much in common: they love Jesus, they love their families, they share a deep sense of calling and are led by the Holy Spirit, and they take Scripture seriously and find in it the inspiration to advance the Kingdom and to participate in God’s redemptive work. They all want to be careful to first and only worship Jesus, who called them to His work, rather than make an idol of the calling itself. They’ve sacrificed the American dream, many of them, to give their lives away like the One who gave His for them.

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Islam vs. Islamic extremism: How should we speak about them?

The speech of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden last Saturday at the memorial for the five unarmed servicemen killed in Chattanooga demonstrates the difficulty, uncertainty, and confusion among politicians in dealing with Islam and Islamism. The speech shows the apparent dissonance among the various voices in the same political party.

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Crossway on Twitter

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Questions Every Planned Parenthood Supporter Should Answer

But pro-abortion advocates never really have to defend the ethical or the moral limits of their positions, do they? It’s just a decision between a woman, her doctor, and her family. Period. Any coverage beyond that point is about political sparring and the inevitable conservative overreach. Science becomes malleable. Abortion is quickly conflated with contraception.

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Richard Elliot on Twitter

Signs of hope “ @RElliotWSB : These "campaign" signs are popping up all over #JimmyCarter 's hometown of Plains. #wsbtv pic.twitter.com/x3S1obfCe2 ”

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http://seanmcdowell.org/blog/how-do-i-motivate-students-who-dont-seem-to-care?utm_content=bufferaebca&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

One of the most common—and frankly one of the toughest —questions I receive is how to motivate students who are apathetic. How do you make students care? If you are expecting an easy answer, then you might as well click away now. Students are not robots and so we can’t force them to care about anything! But there are a few things I have learned from my experience and research that may help you motivate students who don’t seem to care about spiritual issues:

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Sherri Shepherd Debuts Faith-Based Cooking Show 'Holy & Hungry' Amid Surrogacy Scandal

Sherri Shepherd returns to TV this week, a year after leaving "The View," to premiere her very own show "Holy & Hungry," which will air on the cooking channel.

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Baptist Church Founded by First SBC President Allows Ordination of Gay and Transgender Ministers

The South Carolina church that was founded by the Southern Baptist Convention's first president has adopted a new non-discrimination policy that will allow for the congregation to not only marry same-sex couples but also ordain openly gay, lesbian and transgender ministers.

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What can you do to learn more? Some Tips for Scholarship

A new year has come and it is time to get motivated to make some good habits. I have often run into people who ask me how I read so much or how to explore these topics more deeply.  Let me be clear: I don’t think I’m really anything special. There are plenty of others out there who are doing more things better than I. But, hey, I have an MA degree in Apologetics. I can consider myself qualified to give tips for scholarship, right? I’ve credited them to others if I picked them up from others (and noted that I forgot where I forgot).

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How Did Animals Spread All Over from Where the Ark Landed?

There is little secret, therefore, how nonflying animals may have travelled to the outer parts of the world after the Flood. Many of them could have floated on vast floating logs, left-overs from the massive pre-Flood forests that were ripped up during the Flood and likely remained afloat for many decades on the world’s oceans, transported by world currents. Others could later have been taken by people. Savolainen et al., have suggested, for example, that all Australian dingoes are descended from a single female domesticated dog from Southeast Asia. 2 A third explanation of possible later migration is that animals could have crossed land bridges. This is, after all, how it is supposed by evolutionists that many animals and people migrated from Asia to the Americas—over a land bridge at the Bering Straits. For such land bridges to have existed, we may need to assume that sea levels were lower in the post-Flood period—an assumption based on a biblical model of the Ice Age.

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The Origins of Aggressive Atheism

TIM STRATTON: Hi. My name is Tim Stratton. I’m a Reasonable Faith Chapter Director here in Kearney, Nebraska. About ten years ago I was hired here at the Kearney Evangelical Free Church to be the Youth Pastor to work with high school and college students. I started Life Group - a Bible study - for young men. It didn’t take long for me to realize that although I was passionate about sharing the Gospel and telling people about Jesus many young people were having a hard time accepting it, having a hard time believing it. In fact, one young man who was the son of an elder at the church became an atheist in front of my face. He came up to me after a couple of years of being in my Bible study and said, “Tim, I’m not coming back to youth group this year. I’m not coming back to Bible study either.” I said, “Why?” He said, “I’m an atheist now.” And I said, “You know that is not true!” He said, “No, I don’t know that, Tim. I really don’t think God exists.” And I said, “You know that’s not true!” And he said, “I don’t know that, Tim. I’ve been reading Richard Dawkins and Stephen Hawking and Sam Harris and Christopher Hitchens over the summer.

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Islamic State Militants Behead Antiquities Expert Who Devoted Life to Saving Artifacts

Assad worked as a leading expert in antiquities in Palmyra for over 50 years but had been detained and interrogated for over a month by IS militants who had grown increasingly impatient with his unwillingness to hand over the location of prized artifacts. His body was hung in the town square of Palmyra and his severed head was laid below him on the concrete ground, an image militants gleefully shared on social media.

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My Own Pilgrim's Progress

Every Sunday, my great-aunts took me to a small Baptist church near our home. The worship was expressive, the prayers fervent, and the love palpable. There I learned John 3:16 and the chorus “Jesus loves me, this I know, for the Bible tells me so.” Sunday school was a big deal, and so was the preaching. In that church, I first connected with one of the Bible’s great journey stories: Abraham and Sarah’s pilgrimage from an old home to a new one, from an old country to a different one (Heb. 11:8–16).

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Dr. William Lane Craig Explains Middle Knowledge

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org Defenders is Dr William Lane Craig's weekly Sunday school class on Christian doctrine and apologetics. This clips comes from Part 12 of the Doctrine of God. Be sure to check out more doctrines as well as the audio of Defenders: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/defend ... We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also 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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God Does Help Those Who Help Themselves

“God helps those who help themselves” is a common (though not biblical) phrase that makes some evangelicals cringe. We worry that it presents a skewed view of salvation and grace. But looked at in a different way, it points to an effective approach for empowering the poor.

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Catholic Missionary With Ties to Louisiana Parishes Assassinated in On-Road Ambush Attack In Nigeria

A Nigerian Catholic priest who served at two Louisiana parishes for 11 years before returning to his home country was shot and killed by unknown assailants in an apparent road ambush in Southern Nigeria last weekend.

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WORLD | ISIS militants behead Syrian antiquities scholar in Palmyra | Daniel James Devine | Aug. 19, 2015

Islamic State militants killed a leading Syrian antiquities scholar on Tuesday, beheading him in front of dozens of onlookers and hanging his body from a pole in the historic Syrian town of Palmyra, 120 miles northeast of Damascus.

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54 Simpler Times and Ecclesiastes Part 3
55 4 Keys to Taking the Next Step of Growth In Your Church
56 Ligonier Ministries
57 http://www.thegospelcoalition.org/publications
58 Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Misery: Ecclesiastes 2:1-11
59 Do All Infants Go to Heaven?
60 Ligonier Ministries
61 Sarah Palin Praises Trump; Claims Billionaire Understands Working Class
62 ThinkChristian on Twitter
63 Quebec Hate Speech Bill Could Limit Free Speech, Target Those Who Criticize "Islamic Religion" on "Website" or "Facebook Page"
64 The Prosperity Gospel Creates Poor Christians
65 Common Core Report Card: Opposition Groups Rank the Presidential Candidates
66 Josh Duggar Apologizes After His Name Surfaces in Ashley Madison Hack
67 Ken Ham's Planetarium Program 'Aliens—Fact or Fiction?' to Explore Question Through Biblical Principles
68 Josh Duggar's Name Surfaces in Ashley Madison Data Leak; Nearly $1K Spent in Search of Affairs
69 Crossway on Twitter
70 W. SCOTT LAMB: Historic Southern Baptist church embraces same-sex marriage, membership
71 Hillary Clinton on Twitter
72 The Rock Will Star in a Movie Version of Disney’s Jungle Cruise Ride
73 Renewing Your Mind | Prison Epistles | August 20, 2015
74 God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: The Arrest of Jesus Christ was Illegal
75 Does God Care If I Wager on Fantasy Football?
76 Slovakia to Welcome Christian Migrants but Reject Muslims; Insists Controversial Decision Is Not Discriminatory
77 Check out | HeadHeartHand Blog
78 Crossway on Twitter
79 Our Plates Runneth Over
80 The New-er Atheists: Two movements battle for heart and mind
81 Secularism isn't a Neutral Position | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes
82 A Scalable Model for Making Disciples In Small Churches
83 Arguing with the Heart
84 Abortion, the Violinist Analogy, and Body Parts
85 Book Review: "Oxygen" by John Olson and Randy Ingermanson
86 RELEVANT on Twitter
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88 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily