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How can Jesus be God and the Son of God?

Answer :  Historically, Jesus being called the “Son of God,” a Jew would have equated this title to calling Jesus the one true God. The Jews were monotheistic  and would never have believed God the Father had an offspring called the Son. Jehovah’s Witnesses contend, Son of God points to Jesus being a “lesser” god; a created being. Isaiah 43-48 clearly teaches there is only one God and refutes the idea of “a lesser god.” The Jews during the time of Jesus would never have believed in a lesser god, a belief that was not monotheistic. Therefore, when Jesus was called the Son of God or called himself the Son of God He was claiming to be fully God. This of course was blasphemy, worthy of death.

2 Utilitarian Atheists Aren’t "Just as Moral," They’re "Differently Moral" - Stand to Reason Blog

Is that condition worse than arrogance, unkindness, hate, self-centeredness, greed, or...? I don't believe so. The Down Syndrome child is such by virtue of his birth; the others are behaviors of so-called "normal" people, capable of learning so much. The DS child should bring out the BEST in us as human beings--kindness, compassion, understanding, altruism, patience and a host of other virtues. We have no need for God to "cure" this, rather a need for us to embrace the opportunity for the above. I would take the DS child any day.

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Kiva uses Commun.it to measure its impact and engagement on Twitter. But the service goes far beyond that. It gives us all the tools we need to listen to our most influential fans and followers..

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What the Bleep Does the Bible Say About Profanity?

The Bible is full of obscene language. Ezekiel would have been grounded for several months if he was raised in my house. He talks about huge penises, female genital fluid produced at sexual arousal, and large quantities of semen being “poured out” on Israel—God’s wayward whore (Ezekiel 16:26, 36, 37; 23:20-21). Instead of grounding the prophet, modern translators edit out the vulgarity so that Ezekiel can be read in church. The apostle Paul was so enrapture by the scandalous grace of God that he came dangerously close to cussing: “I have suffered the loss of all things and count them as skubala , in order that I may gain Christ” (Philippians 3:8). The Greek word skubala is more vulgar than crap, but not quite as harsh as s**t. Either way, most translations dim it down by using words like “rubbish,” which means trash, not excrement, or “dung” which is more accurate but far less offensive.

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More Women Picking Up Guns

But more surprising than those numbers is that it was CBS This Morning reporting that story earlier this week and doing so in a positive way.  As a native Texan living in the heart of gun-controlled Washington, D.C., I have to give kudos to CBS correspondent Jan Crawford for straight-shooting this story.  I loved what one of the shooting instructors she interviewed said, “We’re playing golf basically, only with a shotgun…”

7 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

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

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Grace to You

Our Lord became aware of what had happened only as He realized that divine power had gone out from Him (Luke 8:46)—a realization that happened before He humanly knew of the woman specifically. His statement, “your faith has made you well,” simply assured her and the crowd that miraculous healing had occurred. Jesus did not care that her touching Him would make Him ceremonially unclean to the Jews. The Lord was touchable even by an untouchable.

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White Christians: It's Time to Stand in Solidarity With Your Black Brothers and Sisters

In 1963, in his Letter from Birmingham Jail , Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. also sounded the alarm, calling upon white Christians to stop criticizing the black civil rights movement and instead begin investigating the racist conditions that produced it. He wrote, “It is unfortunate that demonstrations are taking place in Birmingham, but it is even more unfortunate that the city’s white power structure left the Negro community with no alternative.” [ii] By and large, white Christians ignored his plea. Their “whites only” version of the gospel didn’t require them listen to the perspectives of black people or defend the lives and dignity of their black brothers and sisters.

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Why not even exercise will undo the harm of sitting all day—and what you can do about it

It’s been linked to cancer ,  diabetes , and  cardiovascular disease . In this latest meta-analysis, Daniela Schmid and Michael F. Leitzmann of the University of Regensburg in Germany analyzed 43 observational studies, amounting to more than 4 million people’s answers to questions about their sitting behavior and cancer incidences. The researchers examined close to 70,000 cancer cases and found that sitting is associated with a 24% increased risk of colon cancer, a 32% increased risk of endometrial cancer, and a 21% increased risk of lung cancer.

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How To Shrink Your Church In One Easy Step

But a number of Christian denominations have already taken significant steps towards liberalizing their stances on homosexuality and marriage, and the evidence so far seems to indicate that affirming homosexuality is hardly a cure for membership woes. On the contrary, every major American church that has taken steps towards liberalization of sexual issues has seen a steep decline in membership.

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9 Social Justice Books to Read This Fall

Never afraid to ask a pointed question, Eugene Cho calls us not just to love and talk about justice, but to be actively engaged in seeking justice. It is not just others who need to be healed and transformed, but we ourselves as well, and Cho maintains that we start to find our own transformation in working for change among others.

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Grace to You

We don’t worry about anything as much as we worry about the basics of life. In that regard we are similar to the people whom Jesus addressed in Matthew 6:25-34. They were worried about having sufficient food and clothing. I suppose if they were to try and legitimize their worry, they would say, “After all, we’re not worrying about extravagant things. We’re just worrying about our next meal, a glass of water, and something to wear.” But there is no reason for a believer to worry about the basics of life since Jesus says He will provide for him. You are neither to hoard material possessions as a hedge against the future (vv. 19-24) nor be anxious about your basic needs (vv. 25-34). Instead of letting the fog of worry roll in, it’s time to let it lift.

14 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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College Doesn’t Change Your Heart, It Reveals It

To an extent matched by no other time in the life course, emerging adults enjoy and endure multiple, layered, big, and often unanticipated life transitions. They move out, they move back, they plan to move out again. They go to college, they drop out, they transfer, they take a break for a semester to save money, some graduate, some don’t. They want to study architecture, they hate architecture, they switch to criminal justice, a different career path. Their parents separate, make up, get divorced, remarry. They take a job, they quit, they find another, they get promoted, they move. They meet new friends, their old friends change, their friends don’t get along, they meet more new people. They get new roommates, their roommates don’t work out, they find a new apartment. They buy insurance, they wreck their car, they cancel their insurance, they borrow a car. They find their soulmate, they get involved, their soulmate dumps them, they are crushed. They believe in saving sex for meaningful relationships, they hook up, they get angry with themselves, they look for a meaningful relationship.

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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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Administration offers new tweak to birth control rule

In light of the Supreme Court's ruling in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, the administration also proposed similar accommodations for businesses that oppose the mandate. In this summer's decision, the court's five conservative justices found that a 1993 religious freedom law allowed the owners of "closely held" for-profit businesses to refuse contraception coverage. HHS is still trying to clarify which businesses could seek an exemption under the Supreme Court's decision.

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Restoring Our Faith in Marriage

I have seen in the research what every marriage counselor knows intimately: divorce isn’t the greatest threat to marriage. Discouragement is. A sense of “why bother” is. And for too long, our confidence in marriage has been undermined by persistent misunderstandings and damaging myths.

19 Ligonier.org

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20 Win a trip to Orlando in Renewing Your Mind's 20 Years On Air "Conference & Cruise" Promotion

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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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5 ways to get the most out of living with your parents - Converge

The temptation to spend the money sitting in your bank account can drain you of your dollars faster than you think. Just because you are free from a host of living expenses does not mean you should overcompensate by treating yourself to anything you want. My recently purchased overpriced pair of shoes that are staring at me from my closet can testify to that. You’re probably living at home to save money, so stay just as frugal as you were when you were shelling out monthly rent cheques and living off of boxed macaroni and cheese. This will ensure that you can start off on the right foot when you decide to move out. Your other option is to live with your parents forever. Your choice.

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SPECIAL OFFER:  Pre-order copies of Be the Message by Kerry and Chris Shook from your favorite retailer and receive a free copy from WaterBrook Press.

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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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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?”

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Edwards on the Christian Life

The latter chapters seem to be a bit more loosely connected, though each addresses a theme in Edwards’s spiritual thought. Like his Puritan forebears, Edwards envisions the Christian life as a pilgrimage from this life to the next (chapter eight). The regenerated heart and its new loves and affections result in a life of obedience to God’s commands in Scripture (chapter nine). Satan is the great enemy of the Christian life who uses several tactics to derail our spiritual pilgrimage (chapter ten). Because we are created for eternity, care of the soul is of utmost concern in the Christian life, taking precedence over the things of this world (chapter eleven). Our spiritual journey ultimately terminates in heaven, which Edwards envisions as a community of love that perfectly reflects the trinitarian love that we are first caught up into upon our regeneration (chapter twelve). In all these chapters, Ortlund engages widely with critical primary sources and relevant secondary studies.

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Arguments for the Existence of God

Jacob Allee is the Pastor for Discipleship and Apologetics at Community Christian Church in Apache Junction, Arizona and is a writer and speaker on topics related to the Christian worldview. 

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How should a pastor approach baptizing an autistic believer?

I have a really interesting question that came to me from a pastor who says, “Dr. Moore, in our church I am very careful about baptizing people. I make clear in my preaching that God can save people at any age, but often it is harder to determine whether or not say, a five-year-old has been saved as opposed to someone else. And so we take baptism very seriously. We work very slowly in interviewing people. And one of the requirements we have at our church is that everyone who is being baptized will give a short verbal confession of faith in the baptistry as to his or her faith in Christ and salvation experience. But here’s my problem: We have a severely autistic teenager in our congregation who isn’t comfortable talking very much at all and is certainly not comfortable talking to people who are not his parents. He communicates mostly with his parents via iPad. And so how do we interview him for baptism? His parents say that he has come to Christ. How do we interview him for baptism, number one? And number two, do we exempt him from giving a verbal testimony in the b

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Refusing to call evil "evil"

The ultimate conclusions consistent with “moral” relativism, secular humanism, etc. is that there is not such thing as evil, wrong, or wickedness. Where there is neither any acknowledgement of God as God, to say nothing of no fear of God or submission to His revelation the immoral conclusions reflected in this article are par for the course. If ISIS is not evil then there is no evil, and the crimes of the Nazi regime, Imperial Japan, etc. cannot be seen as such either. This is not just “moral schizophrenia” (Koop and Schaeffer), but immoral consistency. Sodom and Gomorrah have nothing on the current state of affairs here where nihilism reigns supreme. “Cancer” is a medical metaphor that does not do justice to the reality. “Pluralism” is a fraud which has no toleration for divine justice and retribution. This goes beyond the “moral indifference” of the 1930s and 1940s to full blown immoral accommodation with the reality of evil.

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“Invictus” Redeemed

“Invictus” is decent poetry, but as a declaration of cosmic independence it is, frankly, a delusional fantasy. Even if God didn’t exist, it would be a fantasy. In what possible way could Henley reasonably claim to be the master of his fate, being subject to a thousand forces beyond his control? It takes more than stubborn resolve to make one master of his fate, as any parent of a toddler can tell you. The poem is more like a metaphysical temper tantrum — “No one’s going to be the boss of me!” (If you like your “Invictus” with more schmaltz and melodrama, there’s always “ My Way .”)

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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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What is the difference between biblical theology & systematic theology?

Of course in the end these two approaches are not in competition, and should be practiced in unison. If your biblical theology is butting against your systematic theology, chances are you are doing it wrong . In like manner if your systematic theology is butting against your biblical theology, chances are you are doing it wrong. Systematics is vitally important, but it does not “finish” the Bible. That is, the Bible is not raw material from which mere men can construct the real, final truth. In like manner, biblical theology isn’t a magic accretion removing agent, a de-barnacle-izer, scraping off man’s foolish additions to the text. What we need is both, working hand in hand, remembering the Bible is the story of God , who is the God of order.

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New 'invisibility cloak': Octopus-inspired camouflage systems automatically read surroundings and mimic them

Researchers have developed a technology that allows a material to automatically read its environment and adapt to mimic its surroundings. Cunjiang Yu, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Houston and lead author of the paper, said the system was inspired by the skins of cephalopods, a class of marine animals which can change coloration quickly, both for camouflage and as a form of warning.

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Noah Story Finally Getting Its Family Friendly Comedy Adaptation

"becomes the reluctant leader of a ragtag group of misfit animals that need to be led to the mighty ark before the impending flood. Along their journey, they band together to conquer unforeseen obstacles, and ultimately, Gilbert discovers within himself the inner strength and ingenuity to prove that in a world of ‘twos,’ he was truly destined to be ‘the one’.

35 Not just aborting babies with Down's syndrome - Dawkins supports infanticide

But, from a strictly rational point he is correct, the killing of a feotus is just like cutting off a cancerous growth. And as long as we kill cattle and swine for food we have no logical leg to stand on to complain about infanticide. From the pain and suffering standpoint the cattle experience pain and suffering but the feotus does not. Plus terminating a Down’s syndrome pregnancy will prevent a whole bunch of pain and suffering. Now to throw the religious component into the mix atheist will say that from the feotus’ position dying and not experiencing pain and going to heaven is a win win all around. You theist will say that we don’t have the right to make that decision. The atheist will return with – right and wrong are just conceptual thing that don’t actually exist.

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Andrew Fuller Conference

George Whitefield was not only the most celebrated preacher of the eighteenth century, but he was also a central figure in the creation of modern Evangelicalism. His emphasis on the new birth, his passion for evangelism, his ability to cross denominational boundaries and build networks of Christians based on the gospel and Reformation convictions were central features in what we know today as Evangelicalism. In this conference celebrating the tercentennial (1714) birth of Whitefield, we will explore these key themes of this remarkable Christian’s life and what they meant for his day and mean for ours.

37 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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I came to Christ at age 28 by my now husband talking to me about The Lord (he was a new Christian himself). I’ve never been to a church where there weren’t young couples like us. We live in St. Petersburg, FL, it’s a mixed culture here. Anyway, I was amazed at all the youth groups and summer camps for teens. Our 4 year old is in Vacation Bible School this week and is having a “total blast!” Not to mention the contemporary Christian music on the radio ( I have a Joy FM bumper sticker on my car.) My plan used to be to have all my fun and then when I was old, then get right with God. Now I see all I missed out in , if I would’ve known it was this much fun as a Christian I would’ve become one a long time ago. Not to mention it would’ve been much better to live a godly life as in not having to deal with the consequences of sin. The friends that I used to have weren’t true friends anyway. People will always let you down . Now that I’ve gotten to know how amazing The Lord is, how present and real this invisible God is, the confidence He’s given me, I’m so glad I get to pass this on to my daughters.

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Innovative Apologetics: The Certain Existence of God: The Evidence and Proof

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$0.99—The Lamb's Agenda—by Samuel Rodriguez @nhclc | @ThomasNelson

$0.99—The Lamb's Agenda—by Samuel Rodriguez @nhclc | @ThomasNelson

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What are ten fiction books you recommend for homeschool teenagers?

I was honestly surprised when this was pointed out to me. I would guess over the course of my life I’ve read two works of fiction for every work of non-fiction. I hadn’t planned at all to make the list all non-fiction, and so am happy to add here fiction. As with before I am not here arguing that these are the ten best fiction works ever, only that they are the ten that I genuinely want my children to read. Here they are, in no particular order:

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Sermon Delivery Tips: Narrating Your Sermon and Using Humor

In the video below, Drs. Prince and Moore discuss why you should not narrate your sermons and how to properly use humor during sermon delivery.

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Question of the Week- Mistakes for Apologists?

Each Week on Saturday, I’ll be asking a “Question of the Week.” I’d love your input and discussion! Ask a good question in the comments and it may show up as the next week’s question! I may answer the questions in the comments myself.

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Join ​us ​for ​the ​Boyce ​College ​Alumni ​Dinner, ​Thursday, ​September ​4, ​at ​6 ​p.m. ​Dinner ​will ​be ​catered ​by ​Chuy's ​Tex ​Mex ​for ​$15 ​per ​person. ​Kids ​8-12 ​are ​$10. ​Special ​rates ​available ​at ​Legacy ​Hotel ​on ​campus. ​Ask ​for ​the ​"Friends ​and ​Family" ​rate ​when ​you ​call ​to ​make ​your ​reservation. ​Make ​plans ​to ​stay ​in ​town ​for ​the ​annual ​SBTS ​Fall ​Festival, ​Friday, ​September ​5, ​from ​6-10 ​p.

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Bad Exegesis and Back Roads through Kansas

It's June, which means we're entering both graduation and wedding season. This is unfortunate timing, because my insider sources have let me know that most of the M.Div's and PhD's over at Hallmark usually take their vacations right about now. I'm forced to believe this must be true, since I see little to no evidence of exegetical accuracy in most "Christian" greeting cards.

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4 Ways to Search for God When He Seems Hidden

Whether we identify as seekers or believers, most of us who think the existence of God would be a good thing have experienced times of confusion and discouragement in their search for truth. There are a lot of opinions and philosophies about God, a lot of books to read, and a lot at stake in how one thinks about God. I know this feeling full well. Sometimes it seems that the harder I try to find answers, the more they elude me – like the proverbial ice cube that slips through my fingers when my grip is too tight. However, over my years of study and reflection on the question of God, I’ve discovered some nuggets of wisdom which have helped me to navigate the journey through times of spiritual dryness – when my faith seemed to be in a state of utter suspension. Here are four of them:

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Walter Williams: where is the outrage over black-on-black crimes?

The magnitude of this tragic mayhem can be viewed in another light. According to a Tuskegee Institute study, between 1882 and 1968, 3,446 blacks were lynched at the hands of whites. Black fatalities during the Korean War (3,075), Vietnam War (7,243) and all wars since 1980 (8,197) come to 18,515, a number that pales in comparison with black loss of life at home.

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James Foley Wanted to 'Build Bridges Between Christian and Muslim Worlds'

U.S. journalist James Foley (R) arrives with fellow reporter Clare Gillis (not pictured), after being released by the Libyan government, at Rixos hotel in Tripoli, Libya, in this picture taken May 18, 2011. Islamic State terrorists have posted a video that purported to show the beheading of American journalist Foley in revenge for U.S. air strikes in Iraq, prompting widespread revulsion that could push Western powers into further action against the group. Foley, 40, was kidnapped on Nov. 22, 2012, in northern Syria, according to GlobalPost. The video was posted after the U.S. resumed air strikes in Iraq in August for the first time since the end of the U.S. occupation in 2011. He had earlier been kidnapped and released in Libya. Picture taken May 18, 2011.

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The Normalization of Porn in the Church: What the Church Needs to do Now - Harvest USA

At Harvest USA we watch God do this glorious work of “undoing” every day. The gospel is God’s power for salvation and he is committed to radical change in the lives of his people. But we have a choice: are we willing to get our hands dirty and enter into this glorious redemptive work, or continue keeping our heads in the sand, waiting for the storm to clear? One pastor commented that he knew sexual sin was at epidemic levels among his men, but he was scared to “take the lid off.” None of us like to deal with messy situations, but we have a Redeemer who has blazed this path before us. Rather than maintain his glory in the heavens, Jesus was stripped of everything, entering this world as a baby. At the cross, he left it in the same way. But he conquered sin and death – including pornography! – and rose victoriously, so that we can be empowered by his Spirit to face these giants. And that is the key: it is impossible for us to face this challenge alone, but Jesus’ promise is to be with us to the end of the age. He is offering us deeper communion with himself as we face this challenge. 

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Innovative Apologetics: Lying, Liars, and the Growth of Deception

51 Investigating God’s Existence from Innate Desires
52 Ligonier.org
53 Biological Information: How Do You Explain the Origin of Something That's So Tough Even to Define?
54 To Avoid the Implications of Cosmic Fine-Tuning, a Continuing Quest
55 Selah Exclusive: Jesus 'Makes Our Ugly Beautiful;' Trio Recounts 'Humbling' Encounter With Billy Graham
56 Kirk Franklin Exclusive: 'Sunday Best' Host Talks Making God Famous, Prayer For Gospel Music
57 Truthbomb Apologetics: Walking with God Through Pain and Suffering
58 The Three Things You Need to Read this Week (08/23/14)
59 WORLD | Parenting troubled teens | Jen Hatmaker | Aug. 23, 2014
60 The Keswick Convention, Sunday Worship - BBC Radio 4
61 A Look at Each Upcoming Star Wars "New Canon" Book- The Sampler Review
62 11 Quotes From Ravi Zacharias On Humanity's Predicament
63 Renewing Your Mind | God of the Bible vs. God of Philosophy | August 23, 2014
64 WORLD | Money changer | Andrew Branch | Sept. 6, 2014
65 UN: 191,000 Have Died in Syria’s Civil War
66 Register
67 How to End Poverty in Ten Tough Steps - Impact 360 Institute
68 Really Recommended Posts 8/22/14- Osteen, apologetics, creationism, and more!
69 Are Christians More Susceptible To Depression Than Non-Christians? | HeadHeartHand Blog
70 Come Reason's Apologetics Notes: Atheist insults believers and is stunned at the result
71 Why I Won't Be Eating at Burger King
72 What is a Cult?, and Q&A - Christian Research Institute
73 Mann's Word: A Logical Problem of Universalism
74 Social Justice is Dead
75 Book Plunge: Inventing The Flat Earth
76 Check out | HeadHeartHand Blog