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The campaign #ItCanWait has released a new, emotional video, showing the potentially deadly results of texting and driving. In the clip, after confessing to doing everything from SnapChatting to texting while behind the wheel, young people meet a victim of a horrific accident, caused by texting and driving. From there, things get emotional. The video is a good reminder of just how dangerous the temptation to use our phones behind the wheel can be.

A Billion Genes and Not One Beneficial Mutation

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

You’ve Never Been as Excited About Anything as This Kid Is About Going Back to School

It's that time of year, where kids around the country head back to school, after three glorious months of summer. But not every student dreads getting back into the classroom. This young fourth-grader in Austin wants the world to know that he is pumped to hit the books once again. And, he also uses the opportunity of being interviewed on the local news to address some issues with his mother’s rules, particularly not allowing him to walk to school and forcing him to wear “protective gear” while riding his bike. His case is compelling: He's in fourth grade; he knows how to ride a bike, mom!

Paul Rudd Hasn’t Aged Since Appearing in This Super Nintendo Commercial in the Early ‘90s

Something happened during the filming of this Super Nintendo commercial that has caused Paul Rudd to stop aging. Trust us, you can’t tell the difference between ‘90s Paul Rudd and today’s Paul Rudd.

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Prime Minister Theresa May has once again spoken about her Christian faith in a new magazine interview.

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The Bishop of Salisbury has released a YouTube video to call on Christians to pray for the environment.

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The story of Jesus is to be told using the newest virtual reality technology around.

When "Quality of Life" Means "Not Worthy of Life"

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In 2017, Watch a Spectacular Display of Intelligent Design

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Kelly Macdonald starring as Mrs Walker and Andrew Scott as Lazlov, with me, Sophie Neville, as a dithering lady in a hat and rusty-coloured jacket getting into the steam train behind Roger at Ports…

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A Preview: The Critical Need for Integrating Apologetics into Youth Ministry

my church in central Texas, Hill Country Fellowship, successfully implemented these three steps to produce a vibrant culture of apologetics within the body of believers. It is significant to note this was accomplished in a church within a community of 5,000, demonstrating that the size of the church or surrounding community should not be a hindrance in bringing such a program into any church body. His talk will conclude with a discussion about the concept of “a mentoring apologist” for those interested in bringing apologetics into their church.

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The TC Apologetics Daily, by TC Apologetics: The latest news and thoughts for the apologetic-minded Christian.

The Three D’s of Tolerance | Cold Case Christianity

The three D’s of tolerance are particularly important for Christians because our worldview requires us to react in a way that is counter-cultural. As Christ followers, we are required to personify tolerance, even as we boldly and fearlessly proclaim the truth. Sadly, it seems that some of us think we have to embrace the attitudes and values of the culture in order to be tolerant. But unless we are willing to hold on to our distinctions and retain our disagreements, the need for tolerance will be lost altogether.

A Universe from Nothing? | Christian Apologetics

Positing a god offers no explanation of how the universe was made. It’s always slipped by quickly in debates, this “enormously powerful” line. What does that explain? The entire cosmological argument hinges on our understanding of causation yet it’s a type of causation that no one anywhere has any evidence or experience of. “First there is a god, second ?????, third there is a universe.” So is it that there is a powerful thing with no location, temporality, or form took no building blocks and was able to make everything. How do you justify arguing for this? This is completely special pleading for a type of causation that you can’t say with any sort of certainly can exist and makes no sense.

Gene Wilder Died Today

[Wilder] usually portrayed a neurotic who veered between total hysteria and dewy-eyed tenderness. ‘My quiet exterior used to be a mask for hysteria,’ he told Time magazine in 1970. ‘After seven years of analysis, it just became a habit.’

Old Testament: History or Hoax

I absolutely love the Old Testament. While many view it as difficult or confusing, I love to get lost in the stories of real people, in real places, living out real experiences with our Living God. But is that really what the Old Testament is? Christianity is often undermined by the claim that the Old Testament should be viewed as a collection of moral stories. This is not a claim external to the church, for there are many Bible believing, born again Christians who will tell you that while there is much we can learn from the Old Testament, it was never meant to be viewed historically. Many of these individuals are solidly committed to the New Testament, but just as strongly against the historical reliability of the Old Testament.

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8 Finding Your Calling in an Age of Entitlement

The Protestant Reformers understood calling to be not primarily about passion, but as a commitment to glorify God in whatever station we find ourselves. It may be your calling right now to be a student, or a mom or a dad, or a minimum wage employee simply just having to make a living. Whether directly connected with our passions or not, God calls us first and foremost to do the next thing well, to His glory, with all of our might.

Frank Turek Answers Atheist's 3 Objections to Christianity

At UT Dallas, Christian Apologist Frank Turek from CrossExamined.Org has an enlightening exchange with an atheist named Carter. Frank discusses the following objections: The moral argument is offensive because it says atheists can't be moral! Why can't the universe be the uncaused first cause? If we don't believe in God, He will send us to Hell!

What Will You Do When the End Comes?

Jeremiah had just told them what in the previous verse: “Shall I not punish them for these things? declares the Lord, and shall I not avenge myself on a nation such as this?” (Jeremiah 5:29). If you will not have God as your treasure, you will have him as your enemy.

Romanticism – R.C. Sproul Jr.

Well, again, I doubt any of you are self conscious embracers of romanticism. I doubt any of you have posters of Rousseau on your walls, and look up to him. But we do have that perspective where we tend to think is that what matters is how we feel, and that the right way to live is to give vent to our feelings and adjust to our feelings. But the Biblical notion is quite distinct from that. We are supposed to, we are called to rule over our emotions. That doesn’t mean that we don’t feel and feel strongly, of course we should. When Isaiah comes into the presence of God and is struck virtually dead with fear to be in that presence, that was an emotional response. But it was a fitting emotional response. One way you see Romanticism exhibited in the church is in the context of suffering. People will tell you “God wants you to be real and authentic with Him. If you’re angry at God and want to shake your fist at Him, He’s a big God, He can take it, that’s what He wants from you.” That sounds like advice coming from Nadab and Abihu, quite frankly. I think it’s quite dangerous. I think that if I’m angry with God, what I’m supposed to do is repent and beg Him for His forgiveness.

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“The Atheist Delusion” – Why Millions Deny the Obvious

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An Open Letter to Colin Kaepernick | The Stream

Keep in mind, too, that the flag embodies the ideal of America. Remember, the words of the pledge of allegiance: “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” Did you catch that? The flag is a symbol of the ideal republic we as Americans strive to be as a people, one that provides liberty and justice for all. When you honor the flag, you’re not honoring every wrong deed of every American since it’s founding. You’re honoring and pledging allegiance to this high ideal.

How Churches Change the Equation for Life After Prison

Central to that community was the church. In addition to Noell’s Job Start program, two women from a local congregation volunteered to mentor her. Walker began attending church with one of them, a congregation she stayed in for two years after her release before finding another community. The church—in this case, two majority-black congregations—has played a critical role in Walker’s transition from prison. But in this, too, Walker’s story is all too unusual among the 600,000 people released from American correctional facilities every year.

The True Wealth of the Suffering Church

And Jesus’s hard words were a great mercy. The Laodiceans didn’t seem to be aware of the danger they were in or, if they had some idea, didn’t grasp just how serious it was. Jesus came to wake them out of their prosperity-induced stupor with a dose of reality. They needed to see what they had become; they needed to see their true poverty. And then he invited them, through repentance, to open the door to him and receive his incredible grace.

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From Liberal Church to Greater Love

If you are fond of saying that Jesus was a good teacher, a kind figure, make sure you know the whole story. Simply admiring his kindness falls woefully short of beholding his glory. Pray to God earnestly that he would open the eyes of your heart to see the radiant glory of Jesus Christ that pulses in the pages of Scripture (Ephesians 1:15–23).

Is God the Center of Your Marriage?

Knowing God means knowing the service of the Son. Although he was one with God, same in substance, equal in power and glory, yet he willingly took on human form subjecting himself to weakness and to God’s law (Philippians 2:5–8). Christ perfectly obeyed that law even though he was personally tried and tempted by Satan on multiple occasions (Luke 4:1–13). And though he deserved to be treated like a king, he was mocked, beaten, betrayed, abandoned, tortured, murdered, and endured the wrath of hell. He completed all of this so that he might then clothe his people in his own righteousness, and so that they may become not just serfs in the kingdom of God, but members of the royal family, co-heirs with Christ himself (Romans 8:17). Rather than using his authority to force others to serve him, he freely sacrificed himself (John 10:18). Without question, he bids us do the same (Matthew 20:25–28).

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How Not to Invoke the "Genetic Fallacy"

When the origin of religious belief is a topic of debate between Christian apologists and atheists, their arguments follow a predictable thread. The atheist usually claims that religious beliefs arose because they were advantageous for our evolutionary ancestors, or were the by-product of adaptations that conferred such advantages. Then, the apologist responds to the atheist by accusing him of committing “the genetic fallacy.” But what is the genetic fallacy, exactly?


Introduction Nabeel Qureshi 1 is the award-winning author of Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus (Our review is here .) and Answering Islam: A Better Way Forward .  He is a speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries  and his credentials are impressive.  He holds degrees in medicine (Eastern Virginia Medical School), Christian apologetics (Biola University), and religion (Duke University).  Qureshi is currently pursuing a doctorate in New Testament studies at Oxford University. Qureshi begins this work by thanking the reader for taking the time to read his current offering.  He then explains how  No God, But One: Allah or Jesus? differs from Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus. He writes: "That book [ Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus ] is the heart of my story, detailing the relationships, emotions, and spiritual struggles in my search for God.  No God but One: Allah or Jesus? is the mind of my story, examining the religions and their claims.  In the course of this book, I hope to elucidate two overarching matters in particular: that the differences between Islam and Christianity have great implications, and that the evidence of history strongly supports the Christian claims.

Is Apologetics Really Needed? Answering Objections to Apologetics

Apologetics, the study and practice of defending the Christian faith, has always been a part of the historical church. In fact, it dates back to the New Testament when the Apostle Paul entered the Greek city of Athens and debated the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers (see Acts 17). The Apostle Peter even commanded his readers to always be “ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you” (1 Pet. 3:15; NASB). Defending the faith continued on after the apostolic era with Christian theologians and philosophers developing arguments for God’s existence, defending miracles, and providing good reasons to believe that Jesus is the Son of God and that he was raised from the dead. Even today, especially in the last several decades, Apologetics continues to thrive as apologists like William Lane Craig and the popular Lee Strobel develop and write about the arguments and reasons for faith in God and Christ.

This Hilarious Mockumentary Explains Where Thor’s Been During This Whole Civil War Thing

If you’ve ever needed more proof that Marvel has way more fun than DC, then watch this short new mockumentary starring Thor, who explains why he needed some “me time,” and is just waiting to get a call from his good pal Tony Stark for his next adventure.

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This is an edited transcript of The Briefing podcast from early Thursday morning, January 8, 2015. The war on terror took on a savage new face…

Why Are We So Obsessed with Nostalgia?

Hopefully, however, we realize the temptations here. For example, we might be prone to misuse nostalgia as a vehicle for escapism rather than a means of remembering God's generous dealing with us and our pasts. Or perhaps we find ourselves remembering a prior season of life too much or too happily; perhaps our obsessive looking back has caused us to remain tenuously yet emotionally attached, even to the degree of avoiding adulthood and all its accompanying arrivals and departures. Or maybe this feeling of nostalgia accompanies a temptation to pursue art or activities or relationships that, if we're honest, simply double as foolish fraternizations with a former life.

Just Because I'm Single Doesn't Mean You Have to 'Fix Me'

If you can look us in the eyes when you say it, even better. Just like Satan attacks you in motherhood and dares to tell you that you’re not a good mom or you have to fight the lie every day that your husband doesn’t want to be bothered by your insecurities, he attacks me too, in my deepest most vulnerable places. We need to break past the surface and Facebook versions of our lives that allow us to covet the lives of others because we don’t know the everyday struggles and the unfulfilled longings deep in each other’s hearts. I think we can get better at this.

The Pope Met with Mark Zuckerberg to Learn How to Bring ‘a Message of Hope’ to those in Need

We also discussed the importance of connecting people, especially in parts of the world without internet access. We gave him a model of Aquila, our solar-powered aircraft that will beam internet connectivity to places that don't have it. And we shared our work with the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to help people around the world.

Where is All the Written Evidence for the Historical Jesus?

Where is the Roman evidence? It is true that there are a number of Roman writers who mentioned Jesus or at least Christians near the turn of the century. But where are the Roman records of Jesus’ life and trial? Where are the court records? What did Pontius Pilate have to say about the trial? Of these things, the Roman writings are silent. Why is this? There are two reasons. One is that the Romans did not find Jesus all that important. They had no idea that Jesus would be the founder of the world’s largest religion. They also were not interested because it seemed like another petty Jewish squabble. There were always Jewish messiahs popping up. It just was not a big deal.


Anybody who’s ever played sports knows this one. You’ve got to practice and work hard in order to play in a championship game. You don’t just walk out and win the championship. If you’re going to be good at anything, you’ve got to accept short-term pain for long-term gain.

Q & A with Dr. Craig: Is "Fine-Tuning" Question-Begging?

Moreover, the concept of fine tuning in the sense in which Christian apologists use it has the notion of an Aristotelian "final cause" built into it from the get-go. It's not simply about ascertaining value-neutral data or probabilities. This is easy to see if you consider that everything at all that occurs in the natural world is, on some background calculus, impossibly improbable. Every event is the product of a probabilistically fantastic train of previous events--an idea that informs, say, the "butterfly effect" in the Ray Bradbury story. To move from saying that "given the range of probabilities, a universe like ours is very unlikely" to "our universe is fine-tuned to be the way it is" involves a hidden or explicit value judgment about why our universe is something that some one (or thing) would or should desire in the first place. "Fine tuning" on the face of it is about probabilities relative to *specific desiderata*, whether or not these are made explicit. A radio is only fine tuned to the station I like to hear if it is, in fact, the one I want to hear. Otherwise, the radio just happens to have landed on whatever station it landed on, period.

Nothing Less Than Justice

While we aim to magnify our just God and his just judgment, we also aim to show that this God is more than just. In speaking and responding to social injustice, we point to our God who has displayed his perfect justice and his goodness on our behalf, giving guilty sinners the opposite verdict than what we deserved for our crimes, while at the same time remaining perfectly righteous. While we were alienated from God, under the burdensome oppression of sin, deserving God's wrath and eternal separation from him, God acted justly and mercifully , placing the punishment for our sin on his perfectly righteous Son. Because of Jesus’s death at the hands of wicked people — who murdered him unjustly — God justly crushed him in our place, graciously giving us full acceptance, eternal joy, and true life.

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A brand new Church of England congregation is being set up in a refurbished department store in the centre of Portsmouth.

How Should We Interpret Genesis 1?

For more resources visit: In the award-winning film The Theory of Everything, the young Stephen Hawking describes cosmology as “a religion for intelligent atheists.” The film then explores the theological implications of two cosmological models defended by Hawking. Do these models in fact have the implications which Hawking attributes to them, and will cosmology play successfully the role of a surrogate religion? In the dialogue between science and theology, philosophy plays a crucial role. In this talk, Dr. Craig will respond to Hawking's claim to have eliminated the Creator of the Big Bang. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains full-length debates and lectures: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page:

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"Meet the Dean," Nashville, Charlotte, Birmingham - The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Boyce College is headed to Nashville, Birmingham, and Charlotte in order to introduce Boyce alumni and prospective students to our new dean, Dr. Matthew J. Hall. These events will be great opportunities to get to know Dr. Hall, hear his vision for Boyce College, and learn about what the Lord is doing on our campus. Alumni will also be able to reconnect with old classmates and former faculty. There is no cost to attend and dinner is provided. Please RSVP at the form below.

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"As we build here in Northern Ireland a society fit and able to accommodate the contemporary reality of the mobility of peoples, willing to cherish the multi-cultural and multi-faith mosaic that is every contemporary society generally and in its most local communities and neighbourhoods, there can be no compromise on these imperatives to build minds and hearts that are open to, respectful of and treasure diversity."

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Pope Francis says he will visit the area of Italy struck by a deadly earthquake to bring people there the "comfort of faith".

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Introduction As a defender of the Christian worldview, I do not defend just a "mere Christianity" but an entire worldview that encompasses morality and ethics. Unfortunately, politics is necessarily dependent upon those two. How a person governs, legislates, judges, and even votes all comes down to their view of morality and ethics. In any political season, it is necessary for the Christian to understand the proper (true) ethical view to guide their decision in how they vote. They need to not only be grounded for their own decisions, but they need to be prepared for the times in which they can have intelligent discussions on the topic, rather than contributing to the simplistic emoting that we see on the internet today. In this post, I want to take a look at how (if) a Christian should vote when the given option is not clear (who or if we should vote). I will conclude with books that I highly recommend for everyone interested in ethics and politics to read. Please take the time to read this post carefully and the links provided at the end. I believe that they will help prepare you for making the right decision when you go to the voting booth and will help you intelligently discuss and defend your decision.

How Focusing on My Family Turned It Into an Idol

A couple of years ago, I was driving to my parents’ house down a neighborhood street. My kids Charlee and Hattie were in the backseat, whining I’m sure. As we approached my parents’, I noticed an elderly woman, probably in her 80s, walking down the street the same direction we were headed. In each arm, she toted a grocery bag, presumably from the convenience store a couple of blocks back. She was noticeably exhausted, walking with a limp, pausing every few feet to catch her breath.

Church of England facing new split threat over homosexuality - premier

Rev Dr Peter Sanlon, Vicar of St Mark's Church in Tunbridge Wells, is hosting the talks later this week. Speaking to the Telegraph he said: "If senior leaders of the Church of England water down the teaching of the Church of England on key issues like homosexuality, then this synod could easily evolve in to a new Anglican jurisdiction in England.


Almost Everything the Media Tell You About Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Is Wrong

Christian Worldview Thinking by Summit on iTunes

This week on Christian Worldview Thinking, Aaron Atwood talks with Ryan T. Anderson for an update on the same-sex marriage debate, the day after oral arguments for and against same sex marriage were presented to the Supreme Court.

MEDIA ADVISORY: Astronaut Jeff Williams to speak live from International Space Station in Aug. 30 SBTS chapel service - News - SBTS

LOUISVILLE, KY (SBTS) — NASA astronaut Jeff Williams is scheduled to participate in a live interview with R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, on Aug. 30 at 10 a.m. during the seminary’s chapel service in Alumni Memorial Chapel. The event is open to the seminary community and will be livestreamed at .

Vincent van Gogh and the Gospel (David Wood) On December 23, 1888, Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh cut off his own ear with a razor and delivered the ear to a girl named Rachel at a local brothel. Many have assumed that van Gogh's ear was some sort of twisted present for a prostitute he loved. However, recent research has shown that Rachel wasn't a prostitute. She was a farmer's daughter who had been mauled by a rabid dog. This new information about Rachel affects our understanding of van Gogh's tragic episode. In this video, I discuss van Gogh and the Gospel. For more on the Gospel, watch these videos by David Wood: "Why I Am a Christian": "What Is the Gospel?":

The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher Education

A cademic freedom might seem like an ivory-tower concern. But Taylor University historian William C. Ringenberg links it to two central Christian emphases: truth and community. His latest book, The Christian College and the Meaning of Academic Freedom (Palgrave Macmillan), begins by rooting academic freedom in such virtues as honesty, humility, and love. Ringenberg then narrates the history of Western European and American higher education, with a focus on changing notions of academic freedom, before exploring case studies of academic-freedom challenges at Christian colleges. Elesha Coffman, assistant professor of history at Baylor University, spoke with Ringenberg about the mission of Christian higher education and its future prospects.

Man Oh Man! My Response to Princeton U Banning the 'M' Word | The Stream

It looks like Princeton has more work to do, and I offer this challenge to the school’s HR department: Prove yourself to the world and answer the question: Are you an individual or are you a mouse? (Hey, since I can’t say, “Are you a man or are you a mouse,” and since we’ve now eliminated “human” as well, what are we left with? Perhaps, we could ask, “Are you a person or a mouse?”, but that also loses that m-m alliteration in the process, plus some ladies are afraid of mice. This is getting tough!)

Suspect confesses to murder of nuns - premier

A man being questioned over the murder of two nuns in Mississippi has confessed to their killings according to the local sheriff.

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58 An Artist Left a Gown in the Dead Sea and It Came Out Even More Beautiful
59 28 More Companies Sign White House Pledge to Close Gender Wage Gap
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63 Should We Stop Having Children to Save the Earth? - Russell Moore
64 Russell Moore: 'Politics Has Become a Religion in America'
65 Discipline That Connects with Our Children’s Hearts
67 LGBT Rights vs. Religious Freedom
69 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
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72 One Reason We Don’t See Miracles in the West
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74 Laugh at the Devil
76 Grace to You Radio
77 Reboot 2016 - Extended Version
78 15 Augustine Quotes That Helped Shape Modern Christian Thought
79 When Your Child Struggles With Their Sexual Identity (Part 1 of 2)
80 Dissent Will Not Be Tolerated: What the Case of a Wyoming Judge Means for All of Us
81 Harmony between Christianity and Science | Dr. Bob Nisbet
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84 What Is Experiential Preaching?
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