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Male or Female: No Generic Humans

Every man and woman, every boy and girl is uniquely made in the image of God. There are no ordinary humans.

Defending Your Faith 101: Why we all need to be trained in Christian Apologetics – Take the test

Why we need Christian Apologetics in our culture today: Once upon a time the United States could call itself a Christian Nation. However, if you’ve had much experience in public education, particul…

Racism and Corporate Evil: A White Guy’s Perspective

If we don’t get what the Bible says about corporate evil, we won’t only misunderstand the Bible, but we won’t understand our non-white brothers and sisters’ pain.

Racism Is More Than Just a Social Issue

Racism isn’t just a social issue. It’s a gospel issue. Racism undermines and rejects the very work of Christ on the cross for us.

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Bishops in north-west Nigeria are demanding compensation from the government for churches destroyed by Islamic militants.

True Beauty Is About Love, Not Looks

Our eyes wander to external appearance, but God looks to the heart. The beauty he looks for lies beneath the skin.

9th Circuit Blocks Praying Coach’s Push to Get High School Job Back

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This book, third in Wright's series Christian Origins and the Question of God, sketches a map of ancient beliefs about life after death, in both the Greco-Roman and Jewish worlds. It then highlights the fact that the early Christians' belief about the afterlife belonged firmly on the Jewish spectrum, while introducing several new mutations and sharper definitions. This, together with other features of early Christianity, forces the historian to read the Easter narratives in the gospels, not simply as late rationalizations of early Christian spirituality, but as accounts of two actual events: the empty tomb of Jesus and his "appearances."

Haven Ministries: The Case for Christ

Former journalist professing atheism turns Christian.  For many in the world of apologetics, when they hear this phrase, Lee Strobel immediately comes to mind.  But he is not the only one!   Charles Morris, speaker and president of Haven ministries , also traveled a similar path from secular media to Christian radio.   Recently, Morris had Lee Strobel on as a guest to talk about his journey from atheism to Christianity. His book, The Case for Christ, was used as the basis for the movie released late last year.  It is also now available on DVD.   You can find the Haven Today series, "The Case for Christ", by going here. Related Resources

An Apology for Apologetics

Apologetics as a special science was born out of a combination of a divine mandate and the pressing need to respond to false charges leveled against the early church.  God requires that we be prepared to give a “reason for the hope that is within us” (1 Peter 3:15).  In this regard the apologist echoes the work of the apostles who did not ask people to respond to Christ in blind faith. The apostolic testimony to Christ was buttressed both by rational argument and empirical evidence.

5 Doubt-filled Questions Every Christian Can Answer

5 Doubt-filled Questions Every Christian Can Answer by Lisa Quintana In this day and age of skepticism, Christians should be able to provide basic answers to questions about their faith. Here are five doubt-filled questions aimed at Christians today: 1.Moral Truth— Isn’t this just a matter of opinion? Many have concluded that morality must be relegated to opinion. This is called Relativism. This belief states that conceptions of truth and moral values are not absolute, but are relative to the persons or groups holding them. This mindset comes from the prevailing attitude that tolerance trumps truth. However, what happens when one’s truth collides with another? Without having a shared basis in transcendent, objective morals (know as telos), anyone in power could change the moral rules. This would then become Subjectivism, and left unchecked, it would most likely lead to anarchy. Others recognize Subjectivism would be bad, and suggest we base morality in science. Yet if we do, morals would always be changing, since science is constantly changing with new discoveries. What then would we base our morals on, the latest scientific theory or the most influential leader on Earth? For morality to be valid and binding on all, it must have some connection to objective essences (non-material realities) that are independent of individual or community constructions.

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Around the World in 80 Days with Larry Alex Taunton

Starting August 25, author, columnist, and cultural commentator Larry Alex Taunton is circumnavigating the globe and chronicling his journey along the way. Check out his posts , and subscribe so you don’t miss an update!

He Called Death Sweet Names: Eulogy for Erwin T. Rudolph (1916–2017)

To me Erwin Rudolph will always be Dr. Rudolph. He was my professor and, when I was in college, I revered professors. But with all the reverence, he was a gentle rock of stability for this nervous, insecure sophomore, who that year — 1965 — declared an English major at Wheaton College. One of the reasons I was nervous and insecure was that I read so slowly. I knew I could not read a lot of long books in one semester, so I never took a lit class on “The Novel.” Instead I took poetry classes. That meant three classes with Dr. Rudolph: Pre-Renaissance, English Renaissance, and Eighteenth Century.

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The Monumental Problem: Hashtag Activism and Covert Racism

When confronted with the historic enshrinement of Southerners who stood for causes that, among other things, furthered injustice, inequality, and oppression, many grab for smooth stones to hurl at the giant. And this uncircumcised Philistine of racism openly defies the image of God on display in all of Adam’s children. There are not enough voices in America to cry out against racial supremacy.

To Faithful Pastors in Forgotten Places

Your town may be small, but there will always be some who have not yet heard or embraced the gospel, and God himself has sent you to speak to them. Your congregation may be tiny, but you will never exhaust the possibilities of knowing them deeply and loving them well. God will provide special joys in your small place. There will be the uniquely soul-enlarging beauties of the countryside and the pleasures of life in a community where you are known. He will also strengthen you in the challenges that are unique to working in small places. Remember, you’re not there by accident. He has placed you there for his glory and your joy.

Presuppositional Apologetics Books, eBooks, and Unique Resources

No man in the past or the present has provoked such widely differing opinions as Jesus Christ. Some say He was merely a good and decent man, while others say He must be God in the flesh. In many trendy books, Christ’s story is altered to suit the whims of those seeking to make Him a supporter of numerous political or ethical causes. Today, fashionable skeptics like Bart Ehrman follow in the footsteps of the Jesus Seminar as they reject the biblical depiction of Jesus. They do not depict Him as God who came to atone for the sins of humanity. They attempt to reduce Christ to a mere man to suit their quirks and odd notions—they attempt to depict Christ as a zealot, a mystical sage, or a prophet for progressive values. 

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Prayers for Grenfell mark beginning of Notting Hill Carnival - Premier

Notting Hill Carnival has opened with dozens of white doves being released into the sky as a show of respect for those who died in the Grenfell Tower fire.

I’m a Rare Breed: An Elite Chess Player Who’s Open About His Faith

O n the small planet where elite chess players dwell, very few people worship Jesus Christ. If anyone discovers that you’re one of those “superstitious,” “narrow-minded idiots,” you’re likely to see nasty comments accumulate on your Facebook fan page. On a regular basis, I receive emails from strangers lecturing me about the dangers of following Jesus. Out of pity or disgust, they wonder how I, the world’s second-ranked chess player, can be so “weak-minded.”

When You Can’t Hear God, Keep Talking to Him

Tell him you trust him, but that you need him to help your current unbelief (Mark 9:24). Sometimes it’s the repeated hard conversations with God that eventually bring the breakthrough to the intimacy and help we desperately need. Don’t load on yourself the extra burden of “being okay.” Lay that weight aside and look to Jesus (Hebrews 12:1–3), casting all your cares on him. Be honest with God. He can handle it. And he cares for you (1 Peter 5:7)!

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Houston Churches Fight Flooding After Harvey Cancels Services

Churches serving as unofficial shelters can quickly find themselves overwhelmed by demand and logistics. After several members tweeted Sunday that First Baptist Church North Houston had opened its doors to stranded residents, the building ended up with 300 evacuees, not enough food, and no working toilets. “It’s frustrating, but I’m just relying on God to fulfill his promises to us,” youth pastor David McDougle told The Washington Post . “We’re all praying.”

Scientists find home remedies in ancient scriptures - Premier

Scientists have claimed that they have found illustrations for ancient home remedies in a document that contained the first known copy of the gospels in Arabic.

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Six Questions to Ask Before You Binge on Netflix

If not, what’s the point of talking about shows being right or wrong? If we don’t have that, we don’t even have in place the mindset that can make those kinds of judgments possible. Now, once those kinds of longings are pursued and you have a new passion and you’ve been moved from being a nominal, minimalist, “get by,” cultural Christian to an authentic, passionate, earnest, God-centered, Christ-exalting, Bible-saturated lover of Jesus, then you will begin to ask questions like, Does this show build up my faith? Does it weaken my faith?

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Fear not! 8 steps to leading an evangelistic church — Southern Equip

Christians struggle to evangelize unbelievers for the same reason criminals struggle to find policemen—most are not looking for one. Instead of pursuing others with the gospel, we cocoon ourselves with others who already know it. Drawing near to Christ will submerse us in believer’s fellowship, but it will also thrust us toward others who are on their way to hell. If our corporate worship doesn’t result in individual evangelism, we’re doing it wrong.

Book Review: Legislating Morality- Is It Wise, Is It Legal, Is It Possible

Introduction Legislating Morality: Is It Wise, Is It Legal, Is It Possible  by Norman Geisler and Frank Turek has been on my reading list for quite some time. It is often brought up by skeptics that Christians do not have a consistent view of morality, especially when it comes to government. This is often used as evidence of internal inconsistency within the Christian worldview and often leads to the conclusion that Christianity is false. And with the political season upon us yet again, I have been involved in many discussions about morality and politics. When defending the existence of God by using the moral argument, it is important to recognize the difference between moral ontology and moral epistemology (does objective morality exist vs. which objective morality exists) to address the claim of an internal inconsistency; however, we cannot stop there. Often the challenge comes from a genuine concern about the consistency of the moral code that Christians say is objectively established by the God of the Bible. So, it is important that defenders of the Christian worldview educate themselves on views of morality, and in political seasons, the morality of legislating morality.

The Reasonable Expectations That Cause Mythologies to Resemble Jesus

While the similarities between Jesus and the “divine” mythological characters that preceded him are grossly overstated , we ought to expect some parallels between Jesus and the imaginative creations of those who lived prior to Christ’s appearance on earth. As ancient people began to consider the possibility of God’s existence, a series of reasonable inferences certainly must have guided the fabrication of their mythological deities. Consider the following reasonable conclusions one might draw when thinking about the possible existence of God:

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The Good News about the Problem of Evil | Dr. Erica Carlson

The Good News about the Problem of Evil | Dr. Erica Carlson Presented to Reasons to Believe Staff. Learn more about Dr. Erica Carlson: Dr. Erica W. Carlson is professor of physics at Purdue University. Dr. Carlson holds a BS in physics from the California Institute of Technology (1994), as well as a PhD in physics from UCLA (2000). A theoretical physicist, Dr. Carlson researches electronic phase transitions in novel materials. In 2015, she was elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society "for theoretical insights into the critical role of electron nematicity, disorder, and noise in novel phases of strongly correlated electron systems and predicting unique characteristics." A member of the faculty at Purdue University since 2003, Dr. Carlson also serves as faculty advisor for Cru and Ratio Christi. Follow RTB_Official for updates! Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Website:


Would you like to have more energy in life? More enthusiasm? More get up and go? Let me tell you where to get it. The word “enthusiasm” comes from the Greek words “en theos” — “en” meaning “in” and “theos” meaning “God.” When you get “en theos,” you’re going to be enthusiastic. The closer you get to God, the more energy, vitality, and passion you will have in life. The further away you get, the more bored and apathetic you become with life. You’ve got to open your heart to Jesus.

Pursuing God intellectually: Being honest about our questions

Jesus identified the greatest commandment as loving God with our all of who we are, and Jesus specifically included loving God with our minds. But what does this mean? I suggested that we understand this as pursuing God intellectually in a way that is consonant with other relational pursuits. When we love someone, we want to know things. We are intellectually curious about what makes them tick.

Do We Trust the Bible to Tell Us Truthfully What God Commands?

Clearly, many of the more liberal churches and denominations are not only accepting that argument, they are running away with it. Each of these churches once defined marriage exclusively as the union of a man and a woman, and every one of them once defined human sexuality and gender in agreement with the Bible and with historic Christian teachings. Now, at least some people seem genuinely perplexed that conservative Christians will not just go along with the program to redefine Christian morality, marriage, and doctrine.

Around the World in 80 Days, Day 1: How Do We Compare? (The Daily Caller) | Larry Alex Taunton

In 1831, French political philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville came to America.  What started as a review of American prisons became an expedition to search out the source of American strength.  He crisscrossed the country scribbling notes of his observations as he went.  The result was his classic (and remarkably still relevant) work Democracy in America.   Tocqueville hoped his book would give the people of his native France perspective on democracy in their own country and the turbulent times in which they lived.

Out of the Depths I Cry to You

The Psalms reassure us that those who know and love God also labor through seasons of despair. Even David, a man after God’s own heart (1 Samuel 13:14), whose youthful hand God steadied against a giant, cries out to the Lord from the depths (Psalm 13:1–2). “I am utterly bowed down and prostrate,” he laments in Psalm 38. “All the day I go about mourning. For my sides are filled with burning, and there is no soundness in my flesh. I am feeble and crushed; I groan because of the tumult of my heart” (Psalm 38:6–8).

3 Things Every Single Person Needs to Stop Doing

Being single could be one of the best times of our lives or the worst. Of course, we love the idea of spending time with someone, and some—you know who you are—even have our weddings planned with no future bride or groom in sight.

Books - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

Correct, Not Politically Correct: How Same Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone Why not legalize same-sex marriage? Who could it possibly hurt? Using sound reasoning and evidence—not religion—award-winning author Frank Turek shows that everyone will be hurt including children, the nation, and even homosexuals themselves. Turek provides concise answers to objections about equal rights, discrimination, and being born a certain way, and he exposes the real reason gay activists are trying to impose same-sex marriage on the country without a single vote from the people. Turek’s message is direct but respectful. It is correct, not politically correct. And it is a message that we must not ignore. For details, see .

Complaining About Your Church Won't Change Anything

Growing up one of my favorite stories was about the boy who cried wolf. It’s a great lesson. The boy cries wolf, people come to help. There was no wolf. He does it again. Again, no wolf. Then eventually, a wolf comes. But by then, when the boy cries wolf, no one believes him. This story had a strange affect on my life. Through it I learned saying or asking for something had consequences. If we aren’t careful, we break people’s trust and then when we need them, they won’t be there.

Hurricane Harvey Is Here. Time for Christians to Learn from Katrina.

Harvey, which hit the Texas coast as a Category 4 hurricane, offers Christians a chance to be even more helpful—to show God’s grace and mercy to a disaster-filled world. But it means we have to be willing to learn from experiences like Katrina.

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Islamic State has threatened Pope Francis in a new video which shows extremists tearing pictures of the Catholic leader in half and promising to come to Rome.

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Trump and the Cultural Commies | Blog & Mablog

Your commies come in two basic categories. One kind of Marxism emphasized economics, class and revolution while the other emphasized culture, slow degradation and the promotion of rot. The former was urged and fomented by Lenin, while the latter was urged by men like Gramsci, who argued for a “long march through the institutions.” And by “institutions” he meant cultural institutions—the kind that kept families, churches, and communities as tight molecular formations that had a tendency to resist the predations of the atheistic state.

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Dear Economist -- Humans Are Not Just Another Animal | Evolution News

That ideology is that humans are just animals, with no greater or lesser worth than other species. We see a lot of that these days in some areas of scientific discourse and, as here, in the popular media.

Pope to visit Myanmar - Premier

Speaking of the upcoming November visit, Benedict Rogers from Christian Solidarity Worldwide said: "The pope, as a world religious and spiritual leader, has the potential to speak well in this situation” and win the trust of both Buddhist nationalists and members of the Rohingya community.

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