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How to Talk to Your Pastor About Apologetics |

I have heard from a number of people who have been frustrated when their church leadership does not seem interested in apologetics. You have read the books and have been to the conferences and you know how powerful apologetics can be. But when you talk to your pastor, there seems to be no interest. What …

California is attacking 'pluralism' by attacking Christian colleges with LGBT mandate bill - The College Fix

'Whenever dissenting communities are legislated into one acceptable moral orthodoxy, everyone loses.'

Chinese Christian sentenced to seven years for "subversion" - premier

A Chinese Christian activist has been jailed for more than seven years for what the Chinese government calls crimes against the state.

Humanist Association launches blistering attack on Pope Francis - premier

The British Humanist Association has launched a blistering attack on Pope Francis accusing him of being "profoundly homophobic and transphobic".

Cambrian Explosion Story Hour: Oxygen as a Creative Force, Again

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

Younger Perspectives on Cultural Engagement - Darrell L. Bock, Kasey Summerer, Kymberli Cook, and Mikel Del Rosario

In this episode, Dr. Darrell Bock talks with members of his staff, Mikel Del Rosario, Kasey Summerer, and Kymberli Cook about cultural engagement.

Reasons To Believe : The Evolution of the Automobile: Evidence for Intelligent Design

In comparing Corvette models with “transitional intermediates” in the fossil record, Berra made a significant error that has become known among creationists and ID proponents as Berra’s blunder. It almost goes without saying, Berra’s mistake was to use Corvettes—machines designed by automotive engineers—as an analogy for the hominid fossil record, claiming that sequential anatomical changes among the various hominid species reflect the outworking of an unguided evolutionary process in the same way that sequential design changes to Corvettes reflect the evolution of technology. But, as pointed out at that time by several creationists and intelligent design proponents, the Corvette sequence actually tells us something about how intelligent agents sometimes create: namely, designers can attain their goals by progressively modifying existing designs. To put it another way, the chronological appearance of organisms in the fossil record displaying serial changes to their anatomical, physiological, and behavioral features could be explained as the work of a Creator who was successively producing creatures that displayed modifications of an archetypical design. In this sense, the fossil record doesn’t necessarily compel reasonable people to accept biological evolution any more than does the evolution of the American automobile.

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2016 #NCCA Home Page

Yes, and thank you for asking. We need your help! Southern Evangelical Seminary [SES] has hosted the NCCA annually since 1993. We are celebrating our 23rd year. God is using SES to equip a generation of men and women to evangelize the world and defend the historic Christian faith. Your prayers and tax-deductible contributions are much needed, deeply appreciated, and will be faithfully handled. The seminary’s development office may be reached at 1-704-847-5600 x207 or randrews@ses.edu.

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Media Quiet About Dismissed Charges Against Planned Parenthood Whistleblowers

When pro-life journalists who revealed Planned Parenthood's organ harvesting were charged, media loved it. When charges were dropped, the media went quiet.

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Why Apologetics is Applicable to all of Life and a Calling for all Believers

by Mike Boling 1 Peter 3:15 – “But in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect” Apologetics is a term that unfortunately seems to be equated as something someone else is responsible for doing. Many believe the bulk of the responsibility for doing apologetics rests upon the shoulders of scholars, pastors, or those called to making the debate circuit. Is apologetics really for everyone? Are we all called to be prepared to present a defense to anyone or is that job strictly for those with academic training? Is apologetics something necessary for the average lay person? Is it valuable and needed as a parent raising children? Is it useful in the workplace? Is it applicable for a husband and wife? Or again, is apologetics just something we expect someone with seminary training to do on our behalf so we can be told what to think about what it is we are to believe? The answer lies in understanding to whom Peter is speaking in 1 Peter 3:15 .

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3 Key Things Skeptics Will Say to Shame Your Kids for Being Christians

Great post! It’s interesting, too, the shaming associated with the supposed low intellect of Christians. So many atheists pride themselves on being compassionate (more than average) towards those who are different from themselves, less able, less fortunate, less privileged, in different life circumstances, and so on. EXCEPT when it comes to the sort of mental prowess they believe they have developed and harnessed in the rejection of God. Then, suddenly, the “mentally inferior” are to be mocked, scorned, demonized, and hated. There is then no real pity or empathy, only self-righteousness and smug superiority. When one sees this happening, it rather puts the lie to the other pretenses of compassion. How much better it would be if we could all admit that self-righteousness is part of human nature, not the exclusive domain of one belief system or the other. If and when our belief system is dominated by a couple of Great Virtues by which we choose to label ourselves (say, the ultimate advocates for Love or Reason, to use some popular examples), we become hardened and blind to the times that we do not in fact regularly show such virtues to our neighbor.

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“The Atheist Delusion” – Why Millions Deny the Obvious

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6 The Faith of TNT’s Ernie Johnson

Ernie Johnson's story, as Eric highlights, is a great example to encourage all believers to live out their faith in a way that impacts those around them. To read more about Ernie Johnson, click on the link below. And get a copy of John Stonestreet's and Warren Smith's "Restoring All Things" for more stories of everyday Christians influencing the world they live in.

7 The Briefing 08-04-16 - AlbertMohler.com

The really interesting thing about this development late yesterday is the fact that the Court handed down this order. Even though it’s temporary, it’s still at this point very significant. One of the most interesting things this points to is the fact that the issue eventually will find itself before the nation’s highest court, and we’ll find ourselves once again in the position of the fact that eight or nine unelected judges will be making a decision about how all Americans will live on such a basic and very intimate issue. But the other thing this points to is the fact that those who are trying to push this moral revolution have pushed the transgender issue ahead of where either the law or public policy or practice can actually follow. We’ve seen this again and again, but in this case coming from Virginia, it’s clear that even those who want to champion this moral revolution and to declare the transgender revolution is a settled fact, they can’t actually figure out how to make it work in terms of actual places with actual people such as an actual public school in the state of Virginia.

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Six Practical Reasons ‘Free Will’ Matters

Knowing that we were dead and could not raise ourselves — and feeling it with humility and amazement — makes us patient with those who have not yet seen the glory of Christ in the gospel. It is right to summon people to see and believe. But it is also right for this summons to be made more tender and patient by the awareness that our own seeing and believing was owing to a divine miracle. We have a trembling sense that we cannot save sinners, and they cannot save themselves. Patience is the reflex of humble amazement that we ourselves are saved.

10 Our Con-Artist Brains?

Let me explain. Much of modern science uses sloppy language that seems to attribute personhood to the central nervous system, conflating matter with mind, electrical signals with thoughts, and tacitly denying free will and even consciousness. You hear it every time a speaker at a TED conference or a host on the Discovery Channel talks of our brains “wanting,” “thinking,” or “deciding” things.

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Christians Have to Care About Injustice in the World

This is why Christians like John Newton (who penned "Amazing Grace"), William Wilberforce, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman and others considered it their Christian duty to fight to challenge the injustice of slavery. To do justice today is to follow the widow and the abolitionists’ example and work to undo the ways that we, in our fallen humanity, deny access and opportunities (economic, political, social, etc.) to the vulnerable. Whether it is the right to freedom that is taken in human trafficking or the right to due process in the criminal justice system, doing justice means securing these rights and opportunities “with liberty and justice for all.”

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What Pope Francis Needs to Know about Islam (David Wood)

Pope Francis was recently asked about violence in Islam. The Pope replied: "I don’t like to speak of Islamic violence, because every day, when I browse the newspapers, I see violence, here in Italy… this one who has murdered his girlfriend, another who has murdered the mother-in-law… and these are baptized Catholics! There are violent Catholics! If I speak of Islamic violence, I must speak of Catholic violence . . . and no, not all Muslims are violent, not all Catholics are violent. It is like a fruit salad; there’s everything. There ARE violent persons of this religion… this is true: I believe that in pretty much every religion there is always a small group of fundamentalists. Fundamentalists. We have them. When fundamentalism comes to kill, it can kill with the language -- the Apostle James says this, not me -- and even with a knife, no? I do not believe it is right to identify Islam with violence. This is not right or true." Is this a fair response? In this video, David Wood examines an important difference between violence in Catholicism and violence in Islam. Link to Pope Francis's full remarks: http://www.

13 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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WORLD News Group on Twitter

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Matt Chandler | Catalyst Atlanta 2014

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Why Do Christians Become Atheists?

If we had our “questioning God” moments in our life, we would empathize with those who convert to Atheism. On the other hand, if our [Christian] life has been hunky-dory and comfortable thus far, we would be surprised, shocked, and even judgmental at those converting to Atheism. The fact of the matter is that we ought to empathize with those who convert. But we would empathize only if we understand their reasons to convert.

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Apologetic Non-Starters: Arguments to Avoid in Defending Christianity

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4 Practical Questions for Applying Apologetics on Your Campus

You may have seen the 2014 movie God’s Not Dead , in which Christian college student Josh Wheaton boldly and unashamedly stands up for his faith in less than welcoming circumstances. The story of an average young adult boldly professing faith drew in and inspired Christian moviegoers, making the film a surprise box office hit. For many young adults, though, this story is a reality. With the questions and challenges posed in universities and work environments, many find themselves in similar situations. The starting point is finding answers, and then understanding how to engage others with the truth.

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Catalyst Leadership Essentials Simulcast

In this 2 hour simulcast event, Andy Stanley and Craig Groeschel share their experiences in leading highly effective ministries and provide us with three essentials on which to build our leadership. This is a can’t-miss opportunity to unpack the nuts and bolts of leadership with Andy Stanley and Craig Groeschel, two of the principal voices in church leadership today.

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Can Christians claim to have the One, True God?

Imagine looking at a police lineup and telling the officer that person #4 committed the crime. What would you say if the officer responded by saying, “There are four other possible suspects… but only your guy is the right one-you’re a joke.” I don’t think you would say “Good point officer, I guess we are done here.” If this objection worked, defense attorneys could win every trial by saying “Roughly 7 billion people in the world; and only yours is the right one? You must be a genius and everyone else is dumb to not pick yours.” There’s a reason we don’t see this objection being used with police or in court.

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LGBTQ Contradictions | The Stream

Suppressed truth has terrifying implications because power rather than reason is the currency of influence for those unwilling to follow the truth. If you don’t think so, just begin to articulate a rational case against LGBTQ political goals. You won’t get any rationality back, just hysterical cries that you must be forcibly shut up because you are the next Hitler! That’s what we see out of many in the LGBTQ movement — from the bullying by the misnamed Human Rights Campaign on corporate and sports America all the way to the Supreme Court, which has ignored its oath to uphold the true meaning of Constitution.

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ETHIX: Being Bold in a Whatever World - Kindle edition by Sean McDowell. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

If there was ever a time for a book like Ethix, this is it. Our Christian youth are at a crossroad, as the opportunities to make the wrong decisions are many. Issues such as sex, drugs and alcohol, and moral relativism are what Sean McDowell deals with in this readable and well-researched book. But this book is more than just a bunch of facts thrown together. It's relevent material from a nationally known youth speaker, and I think the sincere Christian young person who is looking for answers to real issues is going to find it to be a big help. With objectives listed at the front of each of the 11 chapters and study questions placed at the back of the chapters--including group study questions--all youth pastors should immediately begin a weekly study with their teens. There is so much at stake that we need to quit babying our Christian youth and start providing answers for real world questions. After all, they are introduced to reality much earlier than my Baby Boomer generation was. As a Christian high school Bible teacher, I predict that a book like this will provide some important answers to these thirsty souls, and so I give Ethix my endorsement for Christian youth and their parents everywhere.

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http://evidence4god.blogspot.com/2016/08/a-fresh-defense-of-faith-laws-of-logic.html

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The Dinner Table Taboo Americans Would Rather Break

Methodology: The online survey of adult Americans was conducted March 17, 2016. A sample of an online panel representing the adult population of the United States was invited to participate. Responses were weighted by region, age, ethnicity, gender and income to more accurately reflect the population. The completed sample is 1,004 online surveys. The sample provides 95 percent confidence that the sampling error from this panel does not exceed plus or minus 4.2 percent. Margins of error are higher in sub-groups.

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Singleness Is Not a Problem to Be Solved

I want you to be free from anxieties. The unmarried man is anxious about the things of the Lord, how to please the Lord. But the married man is anxious about worldly things, how to please his wife, and his interests are divided. And the unmarried or betrothed woman is anxious about the things of the Lord, how to be holy in body and spirit. But the married woman is anxious about worldly things, how to please her husband. (1 Corinthians 7:32–34).

27 The Antikythera Mechanism

But then something like the Antikythera (an-tee-kuh-THEE-ruh) mechanism shows up and reminds us the ancients were no dummies. Discovered over a century ago in a Greek shipwreck, this gear-powered analogue computer is estimated to be 2,100 years old, placing its origin prior to Christ. By turning a handle, the user could predict phases of the moon, positions of planets, eclipses, and even the dates of the next Olympic games!

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Apple Will Soon Be Replacing Its Handgun Emoji with a Green Water Pistol

As Time notes the handgun icon is not only controversial, but has led to legal troubles for some users, after their messages that used the icon were perceived as actual threats of violence. The new iOS update is also overhauling some other familiar emojis, and will feature more gender diversity in emojis that represent different professions.

30 Grace to You Radio

What would Jesus say if He wrote a letter to your church? Would He praise it, or condemn it? John MacArthur’s new study, What Jesus Wants Your Church to Know , shows you what Jesus wrote to first-century congregations, and how His letters can help your church experience God’s blessing and avoid His rebuke.

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Complaining Doesn't Change Culture. Engaging It Does.

All the time I hear and read people talking about what’s wrong with the church: “We don’t really need the church,” “This isn’t what the church is supposed to be,” “I’m not being fed,” or “It’s full of hypocrites and fakes,” yet the biggest problem is the people who care enough to complain but not enough to act. That attitude is a blight on Godly community.

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Reports of at least 30 Christians murdered in Nigeria - premier

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Is Evolution a Religion?

We are sure that many people will find the question posed as the title of this chapter a little strange. Surely, evolution is about the origin and development of life-forms on earth—what has this got to do with religion? Evolution is science, isn’t it? And we are told that it has got to be separate from religious belief—at least in the classroom! Well, let’s see if evolution fits the bill as a true science as opposed to a religious belief. In order to do so, we must define some terms.

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35 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily

.@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily, by Maryann Spikes: Daily Christian apologetics and news fresh to your desktop, courtesy Ichthus77.com.

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Four Ways Teenagers Live for More

The Dutch theologian Herman Bavinck wrote that people pursue in religion what they cannot find anywhere else — “unperturbable happiness.” Unperturbable — what a great word — it means not agitated. Not a rollercoaster of ups and downs. In that phrase, I think he brilliantly captures what it means to live with all our might. The Christian life is one of abundant joy, because it’s all about delighting in God. It’s about relishing every last drop of happy hope in him. That’s ultimately what it means to live for God — obey him and learn to find in him an unwavering happiness that will carry and satisfy us for the rest of our lives. Lasting, unbreakable, and unshakeable happiness cannot be found in our bodies or our bank accounts or our studies or our iPhones or our Twitter followers. God is the only satisfactory source.

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What are the critiques of the kalam cosmological argument? | Dr. Travis Campbell

What are the critiques of the kalam cosmological argument? | Dr. Travis Campbell

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Book Review: “Modern Art and the Life of a Culture” by Jonathan Anderson and William Dyrness

These descriptions are never boring or overdone. The authors write in an engaging style that weaves theology and art together in ways that are often surprising and frequently thought-provoking. The artists included are from a range of theological background and understandings. Thus, the book provides a broad look at different geological regions and their art from about the 1800s on (with some dabbling into earlier periods) that will give readers a working understanding of how the development of these styles interacted with the surrounding culture. At times, these stories are fascinating–how did the aristocracy or church react to differing depictions of icons in Russia, for example–and they always provide needed background and concrete examples.

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Voting Your Conscience - R.C. Sproul Jr.

As we record, we recently watched the conclusion of the Republican Convention in Cleveland for the year 2016 and I had a few thoughts that might be helpful for us to understand. I’m not going to cover the whole of the convention but I think one of the most dramatic moments of the convention. Before I do that though, let’s be honest about what’s going on here at this convention. There was some hope for some folks and some fear for other folks that this convention was going to end up being a much more substantial and impactful one than others had been in the past. That there would be some question about who would be the party’s nominee or even if the party would get behind what has been known for several months as the presumptive nominee.

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Eric Metaxas: We need to seek the mind of Christ

We need to seek the mind of Christ, to think and to act as Christians, to know our Bible and to live by it in the power of the Spirit, “making the most of your time, for the days are evil.” We must commit anew to forming a biblical worldview and evaluating everything in our lives in light of it. We must recommit our time and our treasure to evangelism, missions, and Christ’s command in Matthew 25 to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, heal the sick, and visit the prisoner. Christian faith is not a nice add-on to our agendas, it’s the very marrow of our lives. — Eric Metaxas (from, When the Sky Really Is Falling )

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How Then Shall We Post?

The way we carry ourselves, talk to others and treat people matters: It produces the fruit by which we—and our faith—are judged by people from the outside. This fruit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control—even in our social media interactions.

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The Real Deal

What is the number-one perception of the Christian church today? No matter how you slice it, it always comes down to one word—hypocrisy. Hypocrisy has far more to do with honesty (including one’s approach to the Bible itself) and transparency than it does being perfect. It insinuates that people say one thing (for example, we believe the Bible is God’s Word), and live another way (for example, don’t really believe all the Bible). It implies that people force their own legalism on others but are blind to their own faults and sins—even as they are very judgmental toward those who struggle with their own temptations.

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Manny Pacquiao, Championship Boxer, Has a New Opponent: Philippine Poverty

Pacquiao said he came from “nothing,” but describing his life story as “rags to riches” captures neither the hopelessness of his youth nor the wealth and fame he found through boxing. Pacquiao was born in a village in the southern Philippines and remembers drinking water in the evening to try to fool his stomach on days his family couldn’t afford rice. But it was more than hunger pangs that pushed him out of his family’s house and onto the streets of General Santos City as a teenager. A difficult relationship with his father came to a painful head when the elder Pacquiao arrived home drunk and angry and proceeded to kill, cook, and eat the family dog. Pacquiao’s father soon abandoned the family. That act left an emotional wound in his son that would not heal for 20 years.

44 Renewing Your Mind | A Scriptural Birth | August 3, 2016

Words carry power. When an idea is articulately expressed in words, it possesses the ability both to persuade and to call people to action. In fact, the well-known expression "the pen is mightier than the sword" is a tribute to the difference that words can make. History recounts how certain people, through passionate speeches or bold writings, have influenced the world around them in noteworthy ways. The Word of God, however, wields a power that is unrivaled by any form of human communication. As an account of the redemptive work of Jesus Christ, the Bible calls its hearers and readers to faith. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson will discuss the significance of Scripture as the means the Holy Spirit uses to bring about the new birth.

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Frank Turek - LGBTQ Contradictions

HRC bullying is bad enough, but the illegitimate use of power by the Court is even worse.  Five lawyers adopted legislative power from the bench to impose their own political views on over three hundred million Americans.  Along the way they charged opponents of their views with “animus” against homosexuals. Animus? That’s not true.  But even if it was, why does the Court think that voter motivation has anything to do with constitutionality?  Even the Court succumbs to the tendency to impugn motives and call people names when it’s short on reason. In fact, when your position isn’t true, you can distract attention from your contradictions by yelling louder and bullying all opponents as the LGBTQ movement is doing.

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Tim Keller - Your $10 Can Accelerate A Gospel-Movement

Tripling the body of Christ in New York City will take much more than a single church or a single denomination. It will take partnership between many gospel-centered church leaders and the start of many more churches to reach our neighbors. We’ve developed a strategic plan to plant 100 new center city churches in the next 10 years. We need to start with at least 10 churches this year and we need partners to help us fund them.

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Late July 2016 Presuppositional #Apologetics’ Links

Here are the links related to Presuppositional Apologetics gathered between July 22nd-31st, 2016.

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The 15 Best Christian Email Sign-Offs of All Time

We asked you, our readers, to share the best/cheesiest/strangest Christian email sign offs you have ever sent or received, and we’ve gathered some of our favorites. If you’re looking for a not-so-subtle way to broadcast your faith to the world, look no further.

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ETHIX: Being Bold in a Whatever World - Kindle edition by Sean McDowell. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

If there was ever a time for a book like Ethix, this is it. Our Christian youth are at a crossroad, as the opportunities to make the wrong decisions are many. Issues such as sex, drugs and alcohol, and moral relativism are what Sean McDowell deals with in this readable and well-researched book. But this book is more than just a bunch of facts thrown together. It's relevent material from a nationally known youth speaker, and I think the sincere Christian young person who is looking for answers to real issues is going to find it to be a big help. With objectives listed at the front of each of the 11 chapters and study questions placed at the back of the chapters--including group study questions--all youth pastors should immediately begin a weekly study with their teens. There is so much at stake that we need to quit babying our Christian youth and start providing answers for real world questions. After all, they are introduced to reality much earlier than my Baby Boomer generation was. As a Christian high school Bible teacher, I predict that a book like this will provide some important answers to these thirsty souls, and so I give Ethix my endorsement for Christian youth and their parents everywhere.

51 Christian Scottish Conservative leader calls for gay marriage in NI - premier
52 You Can Love Ministry and Miss Jesus
53 Share Your Idea for Star Trek Series- Along with my idea!
54 Mercy Would Make America Great
55 How to Find the Perfect Christian Case-Making (Apologetics) Curriculum
56 The We-Ness Of Us All - R.C. Sproul Jr.
57 1 Peter 3:19–20 : How Do You Decrypt Confusing Bible Verses?
58 Eric Metaxas Show on Twitter
59 If You Can Keep It: The Forgotten Promise of American Liberty - Kindle edition by Eric Metaxas. Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
60 The Briefing 08-02-16 - AlbertMohler.com
61 Crossway on Twitter
62 Southern Evangelical on Twitter
63 Christians Need to Recover the Lost Art of Patience
64 Five Natural Ways to Get to the Gospel
65 Paying Pastors, Church Buildings, and Weekly Sermons?
66 Where Christianity is growing the fastest
67 Contrary to Popular Claims, Jesus Did Not Prophesy About Barack Obama | The Stream
68 The Briefing 08-04-16 - AlbertMohler.com
69 Mike Licona lectures on historical methods and the New Testament
70 Liberals and Conservatives Can Freak Out Together
71 The Briefing 08-04-16 - AlbertMohler.com
72 'Christianity Is China's Future,' Chinese Best-Selling Author Predicts
73 ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Sold 2 Million Copies in 2 Days
74 Southern Baptists and the Quest for Theological Identity - AlbertMohler.com
75 ReThink Apologetics | reTHINK Orange County Conference
76 Midweek Apologetics Hit and Misc.
77 Kenneth R. Samples on Twitter
78 Reasons To Believe : Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on Martin Luther
79 http://triablogue.blogspot.com/2016/08/richard-bauckham-on-faith-and-atheism.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
80 Christian Exiles
81 Do Morally Good People Go To Heaven?
82 http://linkis.com/blogspot.com/3VQKc
83 Christ's Command to Be Compassionate
84 It’s Not a J. K. Rowling Novel
85 The Trinity Church on Twitter
86 Melissa Cain Travis on Twitter
87 Cop Arrested for Allegedly Trying to Assist ISIS
88 What I Needed From the Church During My Depression
89 The Briefing 08-03-16 - AlbertMohler.com
90 The Briefing 08-03-16 - AlbertMohler.com
91 Fun Islamic Facts 5: Muhammad Was a Metrosexual (David Wood)
92 Please Convince Me