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http://erlc.com/article/the-faqs-the-als-ice-bucket-challenge

The Ice Bucket Challenge is a campaign started by the ALS Association to raise awareness and donations for ALS. The challenge involves people getting doused with buckets of ice water on video, posting that video to social media, then nominating others to do the same, all in an effort to raise ALS awareness. According to the ALS Association, people can either accept the challenge or make a donation to an ALS charity of their choice, or do both.

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Why We Raised Our Kids to Believe in God | Reasonable Faith

Jan and I raised our kids to believe in God, indeed, to believe in the Christian God. Why? Because we wanted to teach them the truth. For the same reason, Jan and I did not lie to our children about Santa Claus. We told them that Santa Claus (or Père Noël, as they were raised in Belgium) was a fun, make-believe figure we could pretend brought presents around Christmas time. It was all in good fun, and no big deal. Christmas was mainly about the birth of a historical person who really lived, Jesus of Nazareth, who revealed to us what God is like, died for our sins, and rose from the dead. We were prepared at the drop of a hat to discuss the reasons why we believe these things, should they want to ask. No question was off limits, and open inquiry was encouraged.

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Ligonier.org

Christian apologetics is that which deals with answering any and all critics who oppose or question the revelation of God in Christ and the Bible. This study explores a whole host of doctrines important to the church and defends them all against common objections and misconceptions. Working through this series will challenge and equip you to defend the faith.

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Practice true spirituality

But true spirituality doesn’t just propel the heart toward the right activities; it also pulls the mind in the right direction. For in verse 2 Paul continues, “Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth.” True spirituality is characterized by a mind preoccupied with “things that are above.” And not “things that are above” merely as we might imagine them, but rather as God has revealed them in Scripture. This doesn’t mean we shouldn’t think about earthly things, for Paul himself gives lengthy counsel about such matters just a few verses later, from 3:18 to the end of the letter. Rather the spirituality that flows from Heaven causes “things that are above” to become a magnet for the mind. So that no matter what we think about, eventually we relate it somehow to “things that are above.” For instance, we often find ourselves asking questions like, “What would the Lord have me do in this situation?” or “What is God’s view of this?”

5 Grace to You

In a recent, introductory sermon to the book of Acts, I made some observations about the culture in which early Christians lived.  I noted that the environment at the time of the church’s...

6 EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

Should Christians use birth control? In light of recent advances in biotechnology it is crucial to consider the issue of birth control through the lens of a biblical worldview. First, while there is much debate among Christians on the question of whether birth control is appropriate in any form, there is no question that birth […]

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

Megan Dancisak shares what not to say to a mother who’s trying her hardest on…

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Your Personal Responsibility in Church Discipline

Put simply, church discipline is the necessary response to any offense that cannot be safely overlooked without harm to the offender or to the body of Christ. We need to be mindful of these parameters. Peter wrote to “keep fervent in your love for one another, because love covers a multitude of sins” (1 Peter 4:8). Peter’s teaching was not in opposition to the discipline of unrepentant church members, but a reminder that Christians should overlook sins against themselves where possible and always be ready to forgive insults and unkindness.  

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Grace to You

Another way to rejoice in unrighteousness is to be undiscerning about what you expose yourself to. The humanistic philosophies and blatant immorality of our society can quickly dull your moral and spiritual senses. Therefore you must carefully evaluate what you read, view, and listen to. Do they denigrate God and exalt violence, crime, immorality, slander, and the like? If so, and you find them entertaining, you are rejoicing in sin.

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Lead with Empathy, Love Your Neighbor, Let the Truth Come Out — A Response to Ferguson

I first addressed the situation in Ferguson back on August 12th, which was then the first opportunity I had to speak to the issue. Since then I have not addressed the question because I wanted to stand by what I said back on August 12th. We should not speak to the facts on the ground until we know what those facts are. The facts we know now are pretty much the facts we knew then—that there was an 18-year old African American young man who was shot 6 times, twice in the head and four times in the forearm by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. We know that also there was an immediate backlash in terms of controversy, cries of racism, and then moral protest that led to over 10 days of successive riots and protests—some of them breaking out into violence, some of them to which police responded with military tactics. We also know that now the Attorney General of the United States and the FBI are involved in an independent investigation to find out what exactly took place. We also know that yesterday in Clayton, Missouri—a suburb in the west of Saint Louis—a local grand jury was convened with the very same aim, to try to determine exactly what happened.

11 An Open Letter to Richard Dawkins

Earlier this week, on Twitter, you drew attention to a troubling fact unknown to most people. You pointed out that in the United States and Europe, most children conceived with Down syndrome are aborted. You’re right. Some experts put the number as high as 90 percent. Others suggest that only 65 percent, or 70 percent, or 80 percent of children with Down syndrome are aborted. The actual number is probably very difficult to determine. You have a platform, Dr. Dawkins, an audience, and in some real way I’m very grateful that you drew attention to the pre-natal eradication of people with Down syndrome.

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It's Time to Listen: "Feeling the Pain Despite the Facts," a guest post by Bryan Loritts

On one level I have a cultural hermeneutic. Seeing and reading the stories about Brown’s death takes me back to the killings of Emmett Till in 1955, Medgar Evers in 1963, Dr. King in 1968 and Oscar Grant in 2009 (Fruitvale Station). These men were cut down in the prime of their lives by whites (Emmett Till was 14 when he died). What’s more is that Emmett, Medgar, Dr. King, and Oscar are but a few in a long history of African Americans who have unjustly died at the hands of our white brothers. As if that’s not enough, in many cases, their killers were never brought to justice, and if they were it was a long-time-coming. So when I see Brown’s corpse amid reports that he was shot by a representative of both the historic (white) and vocational (police) power structure of our country, I hope you will find it more than understandable if I cry foul. I, as a black man, find it impossible not to flinch to present conclusions given the injustices of the past.

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More British Muslims fight for Islamic State than Britain

More British Muslims fight for Islamic State than Britain British officials estimate that up to 800 British Muslims fight for the Islamic State. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/VIiNRU

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Report: Hamas to execute more suspected collaborators with Israel

The source called on residents of the Gaza Strip not to talk about the “resistance groups and their leaders, because the collaborators are looking for any piece of information to pass on to the enemy in light of pressure and threats by Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) officers.”

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Three Deaths Every Seminarian Must Face

I suppose you can study math or history and be good at it while preserving your prideful self. But no one has ever touched God's Word and gained what God has promised within it while the audacious self goes unchallenged.

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America in Black and White: Why Do So Many of Us Respond to Ferguson So Differently?

I live in a white community and I would not change it. I was born in Kenya,Africa. What I’ve seen in African Americans and Africa’s on races is about the same. As a black man I’m thankful, and also as a Chrirstan. But I’ve seen tht there are more black pple playing the race cards. And thou races has gone, but it’s still not forgotten. We see it everyday. The shooting was bad. And I’m not saying it because he was black, but because he was a young man. A human. And how many young black people get shoot by there own pple? U don’t hear it from the news. I belive tht the majority of the “white” people have been great to the minority . Also more so then the minority them selfs. It’s not a black and whit thing, it’s a human thing. I mean look at Africa, there are more hate then there is more wars on each other then hear. I’m not saying tht the killing was right.but what I’m saying is how many kids get shoot in ganbang? Let’s have a cow about tht. Or the broken homes in America.

17 Victoria Beeching and Plato’s Third Form of Atheism

Plato’s first form of atheism is the denial of divinity itself—what we today usually mean by the term “atheism.” This is the idea that there is no God or are no gods. There is no supernatural reality, only the mundane. The second form of “atheism,” does not deny divinity. It supposes, however, that God or the gods do not concern themselves with human affairs. People today use the term “deism” as a label for this view. The third form of “atheism” accepts that there is a God and that God is concerned with human beings. But this “God” is soft-spirited and easily placated or appeased. He makes no stringent moral demands of human beings. He wants us to like ourselves and like him. So it’s fine with him if we do pretty much as we please, whatever we please. He is an “I’m O.K., you’re O.K.” divinity—the perfect deity for an Age of Feeling.

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8 Warning Signs in Declining Churches

Example number 8… being Southern Baptist I don’t see our Assoc, State or SBC meeting mirroring what I see happening in our church and several around us. Followed a pastor who was here for 33 years. At the high point they were running 150 in worship. Actually very good for the area, FBC runs 250. Just before he left they were down to 35. After 20 months I see some light, we are up to 60 but some are really fighting new people coming in. As you said, the past is the Hero… “don’t move a flower, a picture, or a toy, for they will come back one day and we want them to see we have not changed”….

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The 21 best coffee shops in America

Since nearly every community has at least one caffeine hotspot that serves as a "third place" for people who "can't get work done at home", compiling a list of the 21 best was not an easy task. So to separate the gold from grounds we polled our nationwide staff of city editors as well as some of the biggest names in the coffee world.

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The Pastors.com Daily

The Pastors.com Daily, by Pastors.com: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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God's Not Dead: God Exists: Information, Codes, and Organization

1. Because God is not only real, but necessary, the scientist who strives to analyze and evaluate evolution must utilize universal operating features of reason. This is the case since he is employing selected universal, immutable, and infinite features using his finite mind while he is not on a proper ontic ground to account for such and he lacks a proper epistemic position to discern truth. God is boundless in His knowledge, but humans are limited creatures who can never provide the infinitely-broad operational features necessarily utilized in all scientific research. One needs God as one’s ground for reason to account for all the implicit features of rational analysis. What worldview can furnish the a priori necessities and rational tools for the analysis and communication of evolution? Christian theism delivers the epistemic ground for the a priori immutable universals utilized in science; in principle materialistic atheism cannot furnish the aforementioned ground.

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Out of the Shadows: Justin Holcomb on Sexual Assualt

Justin and Lindsey Holcomb have taken a significant step toward bringing this issue out of the shadows in their book  Rid of My Disgrace: Hope and Healing for Victims of Sexual Assault (Crossway). As you’ll hear in this interview , Justin is an Episcopal priest who was a victim of sexual abuse himself, which is why he speaks and writes about the horror of this sin with genuine empathy and a clear passion to help others who have been victimized. 

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Atheist Richard Dawkins: 'Abort' Down's Syndrome Baby, 'Immoral To Bring It Into The World'

When InYourFaceNewYorker tweeted, “I honestly don’t know what I would do if I were pregnant with a kid with Down’s syndrome. Real ethical dilemma,” Dawkins returned, “Abort it and try again. It would be immoral to bring it into the world if you have the choice.”

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http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn26094-chimps-show-empathy-by-mimicking-pupil-size.html#.U_dX9fldVTc?utm_source=NSNS&utm_medium=SOC&utm_campaign=twitter&cmpid=SOC|NSNS|2012-GLOBAL-twitter

To investigate, Mariska Kret at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and her colleagues studied pupil mimicry in humans and, for the first time, looked for the phenomenon in chimps too. Chimps and human volunteers viewed images of pairs of chimp or human eyes for 4-second-long periods. Kret and her colleagues digitally manipulated the eye images so that after one-sixth of a second, the pupils on view started either dilating or constricting by a fixed amount, reaching their new size within a second and staying that size for the remaining 3 seconds of viewing time.

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A new form of abortion advocacy is about to change our debates

Why did “pro-choice” lose its efficacy? Mendacity has its costs. Understanding the public’s sentimentality about babies, pro-choice apologists often falsely claimed their goal was simply to make abortion “safe, legal, and rare.” That worked for a time. But conceding that abortion should be “rare” implicitly accepted the pro-life movement’s fundamental premise—that the entity terminated in an abortion is far more than an inflamed appendix. Eventually, the sheer force of logic and fact helped push the country in a more pro-life direction.

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Newest Venture of a Seasoned Entrepreneur

In the past four years or so, there has been a steadiness in my daily work that wasn’t present before. I can work in freedom because I know my work is not the source of my identity, but an expression of it. My identity is in Christ. This view releases me from self-justifying work and empowers me to serve others. In terms of my specific work in platform development, it helps me to see how my work is an act of empathy. I try to imagine as much as possible how end users feel and, then, create ways to enhance their experiences. This is “faith working through love” (Gal. 5:6) because it’s seeing what cannot yet be seen and innovating ways to serve others.

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God's Not Dead: Personhood Over Time: Atheism Falls Short

The atheist, under his worldview, is not married to the woman he married nine years ago. They are totally different physically, due to the complete exchange of bodily atoms after seven years. If he has a child over the age of seven, under the atheist’s ontological position, the kid is not the same child that was born to them. Therefore, if he wanted to be consistent in his worldview, he should throw away all his baby pictures and their wedding album. Every molecule in his body has changed. And under a hard material-only worldview, he is a different person. Yet, he will not do that since he is tacitly basing much of his life on the Christian worldview.

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'When The Game Stands Tall': Football, Christian Values and Journey of Boys to Men (Review)

Although reading the book is not required before watching the movie, it only enhances the experience. The film did a great job of maintaining the integrity of the story. Nothing seems to be overstated or outlandish, even though the coaching sentiments given by Coach Lad are extremely rare in execution. Jim Caviezel ("Passion of The Christ") studied hours of documentaries and stories about Coach Lad to capture his stoic demeanor.

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http://christianmomthoughts.com/14-ways-for-christian-parents-to-teach-kids-about-atheism/?utm_content=buffercff55&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

great tips. I would also add that we need to be pro-active in pointing out the ‘spirit world’ when it comes through, in order to show kids that there is indeed an unseen world that affects this world. As an example, on America’s Got Talent, there was a guy who introduced his ‘spirit friend’, Desmond. And Desmond performed tricks through this man that intrigued and amused the crowd. If you watch the man’s interview, you can definitely tell that it is demonic. I had a chance to tell my kids (after seeing the interview and changing the channel before his ‘show’) that demons are real and this man’s power was because of demons. I also have told them some of the clearly demonic harassment I went through (at myimpressionisticlife.blogspot.com in the Supernatural Stuff and Spiritual Armor post. If we can point these clearly spiritual things out to kids in a conversation at their level – without scaring them, but letting them know it in a matter-of-fact way – we can give them a frame of reference when mysterious things happen and help keep them from being intrigued by what seems like ‘cool stuff.

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How Jesus Became God in the Flesh - Apologetics Book: What Bart Ehrman Doesn't Understand: The Resurrection of Christ

What I think we can say with some confidence is that Jesus actually did die, he probably was buried, and that some of his disciples (all of them? some of them?) claimed to have seen him alive afterward. Among those who made this claim, interestingly enough, was Jesus’ own brother James, who came to believe in Jesus and soon thereafter became one of the principle leaders of the early Christian church (Bart Ehrman).

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http://www.crossway.org/books/churches-partnering-together-tpb/

“Ever since the apostle Paul thanked the church at Philippi for their partnership in the gospel, churches with a vision bigger than themselves have joined together to establish kingdom partnerships. Chris Bruno and Matt Dirks help us to see how local fellowships willing to walk humbly and depend together on the power of God can become catalysts for gospel-centered outreach to their communities and to the nations. How might we multiply the seed God has entrusted to us and extend the reign of Christ with one another to the glory of God? You will be both challenged and encouraged as you read this strong exhortation to kingdom building through church partnerships.” —Bill Mills , Founder, Leadership Resources International

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Christians Playing it Too Safe? Chicago Megachurch Pastor Says Leaders Paralyzed by Fear, Unwilling to Stick Necks Out for Marginalized

Wilfredo De Jesus, pastor of a Chicago megachurch that oversees more than 130 ministries to the poor and disenfranchised, believes Christians in the U.S. have been playing it safe for far too long. He says many are unwilling to stick their necks out for the marginalized who are suffering in the cracks created by society's broken systems and abusive structures.

33 New Ambassador for Christ Video - Stand to Reason Blog

What does it mean to be an ambassador for Christ? How do you become a more skilled ambassador? Our first motion graphics video (more to come!) answers that question for you with the Ambassador Model (knowledge, wisdom, and character). It’s a good introduction to what we do here at Stand to Reason.

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Will New Video Game Let You Live Out Fantasy of Shooting Tea Partiers?

Glenn Beck, a notable conservative author, activist, and radio personality, denounced a recently unveiled video game as being anti-Tea Party.

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Ligonier.org

People need to maintain a diet of nutritious foods if their bodies are to grow and thrive.But what do the people of God need in order to grow and thrive in the Christian faith? In this book, noted theologian and pastor R.C. Sproul identifies five of the crucial “nutrients” that promote spiritual growth: Bible study, prayer, worship, service, and stewardship. With biblical insight and practical wisdom, Dr. Sproul teaches Christians how to maintain a balanced “diet” that will lead to growth and mature Christian living.

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The Blood That Satisfies

The Bible is full of epochal events, those grand, earth-altering instances that stand out as high points of redemptive history. In the Old Testament, no event is so dramatic and game-changing as Israel’s redemption from Egypt.

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Man Revived After Georgia Megachurch Intercedes During Service for a Miracle

A man who was visiting a Georgia church last Sunday went into cardiac arrest in the middle of service, prompting the pastor and entire congregation to stand up and pray for a miracle while he received medical attention in a room next to the sanctuary.

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NY Christian Couple Fined $13,000 for Refusing Lesbian Wedding Ceremony on Farm

A New York judge issued a Christian family a $13,000 fine after the family's refusal to allow a same-sex couple to use their family farm, which they live on and rent out for various events and ceremonies, as the venue for the couple's wedding ceremony.

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How the Hamas-Israeli Conflict Looks to Gaza’s Christians

The Christian minority inside Gaza has not been spared fatalities. But it has also offered shelter, food, education, and medical care to hundreds of Gazans. Hanna Massad, former pastor of the Gaza Baptist Church, has been coordinating Christian aid efforts from his current pastorate in Amman, Jordan. Massad is a graduate of Bethlehem Bible College and earned a doctorate in theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. There have been Christians in Gaza since the third century.

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How Should Christians Think About War? Scott Rae Interview

The “Just War” tradition has a long history and dates to the time of St. Augustine. Whenever the morality of war is discussed, these criteria are interacted with by media and public officials. For this and other reasons, it is important to be aware of them in order to think clearly about what is a very emotional topic.

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ISIS May Already Be in US; Will Attack America If Not Stopped, Warns Rick Perry (CP Video)

"Among other questions that come to mind, How many other jihadists out there are carrying Western passports? What missions might ISIS have planned for them?" Perry asked. "The danger of ISIS in the United States and other Western nations may strike people as a little remote. But, for many Americans, just about the last thing we want to think about is more conflict in Iraq and what that might involve. We better get on top of this crisis by every means necessary."

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Send Your Ice Bucket Challenge Donation to Ethical, Successful Adult Stem Cell Research

You’ve probably heard of it by now, the Ice Bucket Challenge.  Those challenged are supposed either to dump an ice bucket of cold water over their head, or donate to ALS research.  Most people do both, posting a video of their icy bath.

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Partners, Not Projects

At Prison Fellowship, we don’t want to do ministry to prisoners. We want to do ministry with prisoners. That one little word makes a big difference. Prisoners aren’t our projects – they are our partners. As you and I walk with them on the road to restoration, men and women behind bars become leaders of the Church behind the walls … sharing the Gospel and discipling those around them, serving their families, and preparing for a new life back in the community.

44 New Ambassador for Christ Video - Stand to Reason Blog

What does it mean to be an ambassador for Christ? How do you become a more skilled ambassador? Our first motion graphics video (more to come!) answers that question for you with the Ambassador Model (knowledge, wisdom, and character). It’s a good introduction to what we do here at Stand to Reason.

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Jimmy Fallon Did Us All a Favor and Just Started Making Up Good News

I t's been a rough week for news, both at home and abroad, and even the unfailingly smiley Jimmy Fallon was forced to admit that things are pretty bad out there. Never one to take bad news lying down, Fallon decided to just straight up lie, and recruited a few news stories that aren't necessarily true, but, hey, it'd be nice if they were. Thanks, Jimmy. We feel better all ready ...

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What the New Majority-Minority Public Schools Mean for Christians

And yet, as this new school year begins, I hear some American evangelicals calling for parents to pull their children out of public schools. I understand our valid, visceral emotions regarding secularism and education in America. And while I honor the right of every parent to prayerfully consider how their children will be educated—we homeschooled all our kids at one point or another—I wonder how many of these fellow believers realize that homeschooling and private schools are simply not an option for many families, including most poor and minority families. Instead of leaving our local public schools, now is the time for Christians to invest more in student success. We have an opportunity to love our neighbors, and their children, in a very practical way. We can pursue biblical justice for all students by advocating for educational equity and high standards regardless of a family’s zip code, ethnicity, or income. A friend of mine started a local tutoring group for elementary students struggling with reading. The principal was thrilled to have the help, and she even approved the Bible as one of our texts—so long as it was just one of a number of choices.

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Taking the Lord’s Name in Vain - What Does it Really Mean?

What does the third commandment really mean? It’s hard to tell from a simple word study on the Hebrew term שָׁוְא (vain). Also, our understanding of a “name” and what it signifies is much different than what it meant in the context in which this commandment was given. First, we must try to understand what it meant when it was written. Second, we can then work out how that applies to us.

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Richard Dawkins Doubles Down: “Moral and Sensible Choice” is to Abort Babies With Down Syndrome

“For what it’s worth, my own choice would be to abort the Down fetus and, assuming you want a baby at all, try again. Given a free choice of having an early abortion or deliberately bringing a Down child into the world, I think the moral and sensible choice would be to abort,” he says about what he would tell a parent of a baby diagnosed in the womb with Down syndrome. “And, indeed, that is what the great majority of women, in America and especially in Europe, actually do.” And, again, Dawkins says it would be immoral not to kill such a baby in an abortion.

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One Grandmother Goes Running in the Rain and You Would Never Believe Why! (VIDEO)

Most people would put their lives on hold just to stay dry. But life is about taking chances and trying new things we never thought we would enjoy. It is the small things in life such as, running out in the rain and getting a little wet, that is a reward for living.

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Renewing Your Mind | Revelation: Where Would We Be Without It? | August 22, 2014

What about the Jesuitical (and Mormon!) type of argument that says: “God regularly spoke to the apostles during the period described in the book of Acts. Can’t we reasonably expect that He would continue to do this for His church until Jesus returns?” The simple answer to this is, “No.” Scripture does not tell us to do doctrine on the basis of any past actions or words of God we read in the historical books (including Acts). The text of Scripture is to be the basis of our doctrine—in particular the didactic books of Scripture. The fact that God once acted or spoke something revelatory gives today’s Christian believer no sufficient reason to believe that God is obliged to do or say revelatory things again—unless there is an attached promise on His part to do so. One of the basic rules of Reformation hermeneutics is that we must not universalize promises. A promise given to an individual is a promise solely to that individual (unless the promise is accompanied by words such as “all,” “world,” “whosoever,” “every,” “all,” “always,” etc.

51 Living Spaces
52 WORLD | Florida judge strikes down marriage amendment | The Editors | Aug. 21, 2014
53 WORLD | Ohio closes facility operated by inventor of partial-birth abortion | Courtney Crandell | Aug. 22, 2014
54 How to Weather a Crisis of Faith
55 Why Christian Apologists Should Study Preaching
56 Churches Housing Muslim Families Fleeing ISIS in Iraq, Says World Vision
57 Code-Switching for the Kingdom
58 Is ISIS More Violent Than al-Qaeda?
59 Bible Verses That Will Help You Break 4 Common Bad Habits
60 7 Christian Culture References to Look for During the 'Simpsons' Marathon
61 I Increasingly Find Conflict Between My Faith and Some Conservative Discourse | RedState
62 Personal Apologetics - Christian Research Institute
63 Finding Faith through Fiction - Christian Research Institute
64 How Relevant is Relevance? - Christian Research Institute
65 Deity Vs. Humanity - Christian Research Institute
66 ESV Women’s Devotional Bible Giveaway
67 Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 3 "Evolution" and "The Ensigns of Command"
68 Answering Muslims: Islamic State Using Dolls to Train Children How to Behead Infidels
69 Friday night movie: Saboteur (1942)
70 Ebola-infected Missionaries Thank God for Recovery
71 TGC Spotlight 8.22.14
72 Congratulations on 150 Million Installations, YouVersion.
73 http://catalystconference.com/watch/have-you-embraced-your-calling/
74 Torture, Terror, and Theology - Christian Research Institute
75 A Student's Story: A Different Kind Of Recruiting
76 7 Bible Verses That Show Righteous and Unrighteous Anger
77 Grateful Kid Gets Pranked With a Chopping Board as a Gift – His Reaction is Priceless (VIDEO)
78 Behind Ferguson: How Black and White Christians Think Differently About Race
79 WORLD | Judges nixes North Carolina voucher program as classes start | Andrew Branch | Aug. 22, 2014
80 Innovative Apologetics: A Presuppositional Introduction at Refuting the Muslim Concept of Allah
81 It’s passed time to get serious about ISIS
82 WORLD | Lessons learned from the Ice Bucket Challenge | Amy Henry | Aug. 22, 2014
83 Growing Up
84 Having Bane at Your Wedding Is a Necessary Evil
85 Refusing to call evil "evil"
86 WORLD | Obama administration takes Supreme Court hint | Emily Belz | Aug. 22, 2014
87 Stinson cautions Southern Seminary students on the gravity of words
88 Why I Love George Whitefield
89 Road to ‘Calvary’ Filled with Gospel Imagery
90 Incident Report from Michael Brown Shooting Wasn’t Reviewed for 10 Days
91 This Sleepy Dog is Not Really a Morning Person – He Howls Back at the Alarm Clock (VIDEO)
92 WORLD | What a girl ballplayer taught me about prejudice | Barnabas Piper | Aug. 22, 2014
93 Courtship for Octogenarians - FaithWorking