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Faith, Science and Culture

On Thursday, August 28th at 7:15 PM – at Calvary Church of Santa Ana  – Come enjoy an evening of thoughtful discussion with talk show host Dennis Prager, leading intelligent design philosopher Dr. Stephen Meyer of The Discovery Institute  and the author of the New York Times bestseller Darwin’s Doubt , and cultural commentator John Stonestreet of The Chuck Colson Center as they examine the role of both faith and science in our lives, the universe and human flourishing.

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How Stewarding Wealth Affects Studying the Bible

In the  parable of the talents , three men are given an opportunity to show a return on investments of varying sizes. We are like these men, each given a measure of wealth with which we work to yield a return. I wonder if we recognize the responsibility associated with the wealth God grants. With regard to Bible study, I believe American Christians have been given three “talents” not all believers have been given. These three forms of wealth, if properly valued, would transform the way we think about the precious gift and joyful responsibility of studying the Bible.

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4 EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

Is euthanasia ever permissible? Organizations such as the Hemlock Society are aggressively seeking to legalize euthanasia (Greek: eu = good; thanatos = death). In their view “mercy murders” for the diseased, disabled, and dying is a step into the light. From a Christian perspective it is a step into the dark. First, in Christian theology […]

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Ivy Leaguer plagued by stalker may drop out over school’s anti-gun policy

A 20-year-old Dartmouth student says she may have to give up her Ivy League dream and drop out of school because the prestigious college won't allow her to carry a gun -- to protect herself against a predator.

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The 50 Best Christian High Schools in America | The Best Schools

The Bible curriculum at PCS is quite extensive, with courses on Exegesis, Theology, Christian Virtue, Apologetics, and several others, including courses on specific books in the Bible. The academic curriculum is also rigorous, and students at PCS take the state assessment required by the No Child Left Behind Act. PCS is ranked as one of the top-scoring schools in the state on the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment.

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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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Gordon College was misrepresented - The Boston Globe

Last month, Gordon College President D. Michael Lindsay was singled out by Boston media for signing a letter to President Obama, asking that religious groups be neither advantaged nor disadvantaged in federal contracts because of their beliefs. Contrary to the impression created by many news stories and pundits, this was not some new proposal by the authors of this letter. They were asking for the same kind of religious exemption that was already contained in the 2013 Employment Non-Discrimination Act — a bill that was passed resoundingly by the Senate (though it languishes in the House); a bill that was supported by both of Massachusetts’ senators; a bill that President Obama supported; and a bill that the Human Rights Campaign, one of the largest national gay-rights groups, still supports.

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9 Things You Should Know About Hamas

Since July 8, 2014, there has been an escalation of violence around the Gaza Strip. To fully understand the conflict, it is helpful to know the political and military organization that sparked the hostilities and remains the primary obstacle to peace in the area. Here are nine things you should know about Hamas. 1. Hamas is a militant nationalist-Islamist movement founded in 1987 as a spinoff of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood. Along with Fatah, it is one of the two major political parties in the occupied territories. Hamas candidates won Palestinian elections in 2006, but their government was dismissed in 2007, resulting in the political bifurcation of the West Bank and Gaza. While Fatah reasserted its authority in the West Bank, Hamas has continued to rule over the Gaza Strip, a coastal enclave of 1.7 million Palestinians. 2. Hamas has been officially designated as a terrorist organization by the United States, Israel, the United Kingdom, Canada, the European Union, Jordan, Egypt, and Japan. However, several other countries — including Iran, Russia, China, and many Arab nations — have refused to designate the group as terrorists.

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CrossExamined.org - Your source for Christian Apologetics | We are a Christian Apologetic Ministry founded in 2006

CrossExamined.org is a Christian Apologetics non-profit ministry started in 2006. Our team conducts dynamic I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be An Atheist seminars on college campuses, churches, and high schools. Led by Frank Turek and other Christian apologists, CrossExamined.org exists to address the problem that 3-out-of-4 Christian youth leave the church while in college, many because they are intellectually skeptical. In addition to I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be An Atheist, CrossExamined.org presenters address other topics faced by young people today.

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7 Reasons to Keep a Journal

We do not want to be like Israel and “forget” the Lord and all he’s done (e.g., Judg. 8:34; Ps. 106:21; Hos. 8:14). One of the beauties of corporate worship is coming together as God’s people to recite what God has done. D. A. Carson is right: “Believers who spend no time reviewing and pondering in their minds what God has done, whether they are alone and reading their Bibles or joining with other believers in corporate adoration, should not be surprised if they rarely sense that God is near.” Journaling is another means of “pondering what God has done,” of tangibly recording his unwarranted grace in my life. The words you write will either serve to spur you on toward greater faithfulness or will be a haunting reminder of an ungrateful life.

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Hamas Combat Manual Endorses Use of Civilian Human Shields

JERUSALEM --  A captured Hamas combat manual belonging to the Al-Qassam Brigades, the terrorist organization's military wing, confirms what Hamas sympathizers and the United Nations have done their best to ignore for weeks: Hamas deliberately uses its civilians as human shields, and knows that Israel will take extreme precautions not to kill those civilians.

14 Killing the Canaanites: A Response to the New Atheism’s “Divine Genocide” Claims - Christian Research Institute

The “new atheists” call God’s commands to kill the Canaanites “genocide,” but a closer look at the horror of the Canaanites’ sinfulness, exhibited in rampant idolatry, incest, adultery, child sacrifice, homosexuality, and bestiality, reveals that God’s reason for commanding their death was not genocide but capital punishment. After all, the Old Testament unequivocally commands that those who do any one of these things deserves to die. Also, God made it clear in His conversation with Abraham regarding the Canaanite cities of Sodom and Gomorrah that He knows who would or would not repent, and in the case of those cities, not one person would heed the warning and even Lot’s family had to be forcibly pulled away from the coming destruction. In Leviticus 18 God then warns Israel that if they commit similar sins that the land would similarly “vomit” them out. Later when Israel disobeys God and allows the Canaanites to continue to live among them, the corruptive and seductive power of Canaanite sin results in the Canaanization of Israel. Subsequently, God sent prophets to warn Israel of their coming destruction, but they didn’t repent and God said that they became “like Sodom to me” and He visited destruction on Israel for committing the same sins.

15 Defenders 2 Podcast: Last Things | Reasonable Faith

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Corrupting citizens for fun and profit

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The Single Man’s Journey to Sexual Happiness

God revealed to me that my major problem was that I was believing the lie which taught me that the journey to sexual happiness would be achieved through the route of self-gratification. I was viewing sex, relationships, even marriage as a way for someone to complete me, to satisfy me, to make me happy, and to make me whole. Though sex in marriage is a great gift from God to be experienced as a gift to a husband and wife to serve one another, I had only seen it as a means of experiencing my own selfish gain.

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Searching for Fellowship amid Friendliness

The advent of the internet has enabled people in rural areas to gain access to podcasts of men like John Piper, Matt Chandler, and David Platt, as well as other kinds of ministry resources. This access has created thirst and longing to ask more questions and to dig deeper into the Word of God. Partly through the influence of social media, pastors are realizing it's okay to ask questions and to admit their need of fellowship, and that we can accomplish much more for Christ when we are centered on the gospel rather than polarized around fringe beliefs.

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Why I Stayed in a Predominantly White Church

That was the beginning of my journey in the American evangelical church. I became a Christian as an adult and then remained in that predominantly white church. The most challenging aspect of being one of few Blacks is that my struggles, concerns, and ideas felt difficult to explain, so often I didn't share. It took nearly a decade before I sent an email to my pastors outlining some areas at church I struggled with. I described being uncomfortable at events like the Cowboy Olympics, my fears that I would never marry as I was often the only black single in the church, how at times I felt strange or like an alien as well-meaning friends would ask questions about my hair and skin, etc. It was difficult to explain my sense of isolation and loneliness.. But when I received questions like, "Does your skin burn in the sun?" and "Can I feel your hair?" I wasn't offended, it was simply a reminder that I was one of few and therefore people were curious.

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Women of the Word

Once bitten, twice shy. That pretty much describes my response to most major marketing campaigns by Christian publishers. So often I’ve found that the best books are the ones that appear with the least fuss, and that the ones carried in on the back of a major marketing wave prove to be disappointing. But not always.

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When Knowledge Becomes Wisdom

This is why our brains are complex—that we may see, pursue, and know the Lord. When we exercise our brain for the glory of God, we have the opportunity to discover the fullness of life as he created it. Indeed, we are fearfully and wonderfully made—for him and for one another. May we explore that full potential for his glory and our joy.

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Don't pack George Orwell, visitors to Thailand told - Telegraph

They include “carry your passport (or a copy) with you at all times”, “avoid wearing red t-shirts, which are association with a group opposed to the military government”, and “don’t carry George Orwell’s dystopian novel ‘1984’. You don’t want to be mistaken for an anti-coup protestor.”

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A Time for Heroism

Like Julea, Chris and Mary Anne Yep, Cassy, and so many other heroes of our times, we must be prepared to live not just good, but heroic lives. We must be prepared to risk popularity, reputation, professional success, economic well-being, and—it may yet come to this—perhaps even our lives, in order to defend the dignity of human life in all its stages, the value of sexual integrity, the truth about marriage and family, and the right to live in accordance with one’s beliefs in all spheres of life. If, and only if, we are willing to make these sacrifices, we will resist the forces of the culture of death in our own lives, and, with God’s help, transform that culture into a culture of life. May we all heroically rise to this great challenge of our time.

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Interview with Bruce Ware, author of THE MAN CHRIST JESUS: THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS ON THE HUMANITY OF CHRIST | Books at a glance

Ware: Of the two opposite heresies, respectively, of denying the full deity of Christ (Arianism in one form or another), and denying the fully humanity of Christ (Apollonarianism in one form or another), the former has been the more persistent issue for faithful Christians to face. Because we have had regularly to support the deity of Christ afresh, I suspect that we have developed something of a collective evangelical mindset that when we think of Jesus, we think “God.” And of course, he was (and is) God! But the humanity of Christ has been minimized in this collective evangelical consciousness, such that we don’t typically appeal much to Christ’s humanity except when absolutely necessary (e.g., he bled and died). There is something about Jesus’ real humanity that just doesn’t seem right. Consider the line in “Away in the Manger,” that “no crying he made.” Really? What is it about a baby crying that would be offensive to our sensibilities when we think of the baby Jesus? And when we think of the miracles of Jesus, for many of us our minds immediately appeal to Christ’s deity as the source of supernatural power he used to accomplish these signs and wonders.

25 Jesus and Pagan Mythology | Reasonable Faith

The collapse of the old History of Religions school took place for primarily two reasons. First, scholars came to realize that the alleged parallels are spurious. The ancient world was a virtual cornucopia of myths of gods and heroes. Comparative studies in religion and literature require sensitivity to their similarities and differences, or distortion and confusion inevitably result. Unfortunately, those who adduced parallels to Christian beliefs failed to exercise such sensitivity. Take, for example, the story of the Virgin Birth, or, more accurately, Jesus' virginal conception. The alleged pagan parallels to this story concern tales of gods' assuming bodily form and having sexual intercourse with human females to sire divine-human progeny (like Hercules). As such these stories are exactly the opposite of the Gospel story of Mary's conceiving Jesus apart from any sexual relations. The Gospel stories of Jesus' virginal conception are, in fact, without parallel in the ancient Near East.

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Interview with Wayne Grudem, author of EVANGELICAL FEMINISM AND BIBLICAL TRUTH | Books at a glance

Michael Haykin Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Director, Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies "A wise man nearly three thousand years ago said that there was no end to the making of many books. If that was true then, how much more today? Who has time to keep up with the daily deluge of print material that is worth reading? Enter Books at a glance. This fabulous resource offers a substantial summary of all that is current and valuable in the realm of theology, Bible, and church history, enabling the reader "at a glance" to see whether or not he needs to buy the book or make a note of it for future reference. In an age when we are drowning in text, a much needed life buoy. "

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What’s Wrong with the “Wrong Side of History” Argument?

I agree with the overall theme that the church has not been on the “wrong” side of history as many progressives like to claim. The church has sought to be on the right side of God’s story, but as the church is comprised of flawed people even though redeemed, it’s not surprising that the church (or more correctly segments of the church) has been in error in various issues throughout history. That does not discredit the church, but it should cause the church to reexamine its positions and values periodically to see if they conform to scripture and not to cultural influences. I believe homosexuality is one of the area the church should engage in reexamination. As a gay evangelical Christian who believes in traditional sexual ethics, it pains me to see the church compromise its effectiveness in spreading the gospel through less than scriptural approach to homosexuality. For too long, the church treated homosexuality as a particularly damnable sin, if not in doctrine, most certainly in practice. By having the conservative cultural value of the traditional family be equated with a biblical mandate, the church has lost touch with other equally God-honoring ways to live, including celibacy and deep friendships.

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How World War I Became a Religious Crusade

Jenkins spoke with me about religious dimensions to the worst war the world had ever seen, the opening act to a gory century in which Christianity receded in Europe but exploded in the Global South. We discussed how the war actually revived religion, at least for a time, and how Christian ministers explained or justified the unprecedented carnage. We talked about Karl Barth and his response to the liberal German theologians who exulted over the war. And we considered how the war led to a more self-confident and aggressive Islam even as Jerusalem fell to the Allies, leading many Christians to anticipate the return of Jesus. 

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Getting the (Romantic) Comedy Right

But as I pointed out in my piece, and as several of this year's rom-coms illustrate, "romantic comedies" actually use the word "comedy" in an older sense: that is, a comedy as a narrative archetype in which the natural order of things is disrupted, but ultimately put right—in a way that is "more right" than they were at the beginning. In a tragedy, by contrast, things have changed by the end, and not in a good way.

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Same-Sex Marriage: A Thoughtful Approach (Book Review) - Thinking Christian

The harm of which I speak is the long-term damage done to society through the undermining of marriage, which political theorists from Plato onward have recognized as the place where children learn to participate in society. I’m speaking of the harm to children who really, really do prefer to grow up with their actual mother and father. I’m speaking of the dangers of endorsing the transition of marriage from “you and me and our family,” to “you and me, babe.” That transition began with men and women viewing their marriages that way, it wasn’t invented by GLBT persons, but SSM is a legal stamp of sound approval upon it, and it’s bad for families. I’m talking about the harm done children by growing up in homes that are, by sociological research, not likely to remain stable and faithful for more than a few years. I’m talking about the harm done to religious freedom by forcing Christians to violate conscience on this. I’m talking about the harm done to intellectual freedom through the deep (and often administratively enforced) intolerance toward contrary views on this topic.

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Ligonier.org

 The human need for regeneration arises from more than the need for forgiveness of sins. As a result of the fall, humans are totally depraved. This does not mean that every person is as evil as he or she could possibly be, but rather that all of human nature and personhood has been corrupted by sin. Because the effects of sin are comprehensive, God’s regeneration of a sinner must also be comprehensive. God’s purpose in redemption is not just to forgive the sins of His people, but also to give them new hearts and make them into new creatures. For this reason, God’s act of comprehensive regeneration both enables a person to enter into the kingdom of God and renews that person’s capacity to bear God’s image as a citizen of that kingdom.

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Evangelical in Mormon Territory

It's strange to identify with a faith tradition that holds majority rule and influence in this country and yet be a minority in my state of residence. According to the most recent census, 62.2 percent of Utah's population is composed of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormon, in shorthand. The Salt Lake valley exists and is a thriving metropolis of commerce and culture because of the Mormon pioneers who made the trek to Utah from their place of exile, Nauvoo, Illinois, in 1847.

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Christian Missionaries Infected With Ebola Improving After Treatment With Trial Serum Made From Tobacco Plants Called ZMapp

Two Christian missionaries who got infected by the deadly Ebola virus while working in Liberia have been given a fighting chance at life thanks to an experimental serum made from tobacco plants called ZMapp.

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How Do You Approach Sermon Introductions & Conclusions?

In the video below, Drs. Prince and Moore discuss how to approach sermon introductions and conclusions.

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Minnesota Church Must Pay PCUSA Over $1.2 Million to Leave Denomination

"When a denomination lacks a coherent theological center, mission gets sidelined. When a denomination lacks trust, relationships are difficult. When a denomination has a bureaucratic mindset, innovative ministry is hampered," read the statement adopted by the Session. "When a denomination asserts control over a congregation's property and assets, facility and asset development is compromised. We believe Hope Church would be better served in a different denominational home than the PC(U.S.A.)."

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Recovering the Role of "Imitation" in Discipleship Today

I appreciate this and the previous post. I’m no sociologist or psychologist, but I suspect that imitation plays a significant part in our formation as humans. We all imitate, the question is who do we imitate? This is why it’s important to not only study the Scriptures, but to study the lives of people who fought the good fight and finished the race, so to speak. I think this is an important other aspect to this discussion. If we limit ourselves to imitating only people who are still running the race, we risk becoming disillusioned or even led astray when these people inevitably fall. But when we focus also on imitating people for whom we know how their earthly lives ended, and we know that sin was not victorious in them, and we can learn from their habits and imitate the actions that produced true repentance in them.

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Trailer: The Stephen Hawking Biopic 'The Theory of Everything'

E ddie Redmayne is faced with the unenviable task of portraying a brief history of Stephen Hawking, a man whose unparalleled mind was just starting to be recognized as a motor neuron disease claimed his physical body. We'll all see how Redmayne handled the challenge when the film actually releases but, with a November release date, Universal clearly thinks they have an Oscar contender on their hands ...

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4 Secular Songs that Sound Like They Could Be Christian

If you grew up listening to beautiful secular music and not having a problem relating them to Christianity, then these songs are perfect for you! At the church, you may have sung many hymns that you heard over and over again. Some like to expand their horizons and listen to songs that can have a positive godly affect on.

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What Seems to Be a Coca-Cola Commercial Turns Into a Video With a Secret Twist! (VIDEO)

Instead of having a party and at some point making a big announcement, this couple decided to use this clever technique. This video will have you laughing from start to finish, but in the last 20 seconds you will be shocked at what happens. It's hard to do anything but smile when you hear the announcement being made.

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Georgia Mall Bans Christian Women's Group From Praying; Says It Violates 'Code of Conduct' Policy

"It's not uncommon for shopping malls to have rules of conduct. Some places ban saggy pants. Others won't let you ask people for money," wrote Starnes. "But a mall in Georgia may have one of the most unusual rules — they won't let shoppers pray — not even over their meals."

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It’s Time for the Church to Start Taking Gun Violence Seriously

for me the main concern is not gun ownership or gun violence, it's the churches inability to impact the community where this violence exists. it's not because our God is not big enough, i think it has to do with 2 main things that have made the church less relevant, 1. our lack of modeled consistency about the integrity of family and 2. our abdicating Soul care to secular psychology and psychiatry and giving up biblical counseling.

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Social Justice Includes Defending Religious Liberty

It may be that we are raising a generation of Evangelicals who resent self-sufficiency, upward mobility and success stories. I'm sorry to say these resentments, specifically among Millennials, is due in large part to an over-emphasis and misuse of "social justice" advocacy touted by the Left within our church sermons and Sunday school lessons.

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Will Obama Be Impeached?

While some Democrats recently claimed that Republicans will try to impeach President Barack Obama, that outcome is unlikely, according to an expert interviewed by The Christian Post.

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After Braxton Caner's Suicide, Baptist Preacher Says He Regrets Twitter Battle With Teenager

"I've asked for people 'chapter and verse' why it's wrong to point out publicly his already-public behavior. I've thought a lot about it. Proverbs 17:9 says, 'Whoever covers an offense seeks love, but he who repeats a matter separates close friends.' Well, Caner and I are not exactly, 'close friends' but the point is salient. While it was in no way an 'attack,' Braxton wasn't a public persona even though his tweets are public, and now even more are aware of the various things mentioned in the above blog post. Likewise, I shouldn't have interacted with the boy those couple times once the original tweet was made," he continued.

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Incredible Video of a Kayak Getting Raised Up by a Whale on the Argentinean Coast – WOW! (VIDEO)

Two kayakers were enjoying a nice day off the coast of Puerto Madryn in Argentina, when suddenly something very rare occurred. They got a huge surprise from a whale, who swam up under them and lifted their kayak above the water. While in the air, everything that happened was being recorded on camera by a man in the kayak.

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So You Want To Be An Apologist?

I have some personal experience with this one. When I enrolled at Southern Evangelical Seminary to get a degree I thought an M.A. in Apologetics was perfect. But as I began to tell people about the degree I was working on, it became apparent the word ‘apologetics’ caused mass confusion. I also realized that a Masters in Apologetics might not open many doors to teach on an academic level. So I opted for an M.A. in Religious Studies. Granted, I had already been reading and studying apologetics for several years before I even got a degree. Also, in my degree program  I did take some apologetics and philosophy classes (e.g, epistemology, metaphysics, etc). Now that I look back on it, I am not opposed to an M.A. in Apologetics. But you have to think about where that degree will take you. Do you want to teach? Do you want to be a lay apologist in your church? Do you want to write? Do you plan on doing more graduate work? Do you want a degree to help you be a more effective evangelist?    Do you want to direct a Ratio Christi chapter?  Remember that most churches aren’t hiring apologists.

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You Don’t Have to Know a Lot of Things

The people that make a durable difference in the world are not the people who have mastered many things, but who have been mastered by one great thing. If you want your life to count . . . you don’t need to have a high IQ. You don’t have to have good looks or riches or come from a fine family or a fine school. Instead you have to know a few great, majestic, unchanging, obvious, simple, glorious things — or one great all-embracing thing — and be set on fire by them. ( Don’t Waste Your Life , 44–45)

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Thousands Expected at Assemblies of God 100th Anniversary Celebration; Estimated 10.5 Million to View AG's Centennial Live This Sunday

An estimated 10.5 million viewers are anticipated to view the AG's Centennial live on August 10. In addition to the thousands joining live in Springfield, and remotely at hundreds of church sites, the Centennial will be broadcast through Unsión TV to Latin America, where the Assemblies of God has more than 30 million adherents. LMTV will broadcast the service throughout Africa, where the AG has over 17 million adherents.

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No One Ever Expected Him to Walk, But He is Now an Athlete!

A boy named Ben Jackson was told by doctors that he would never walk again due to cerebral palsy. But, that didn't stop him from chasing his dreams, quitting was never an option for Ben.

50 Don Johnson: six reasons why people reject Christianity

You must have often wondered why the enemy [God] does not make more use of his power to be sensibly present to human souls in any degree he chooses and at any moment. But you now see that the irresistible and the indisputable are the two weapons which the very nature of his scheme forbids him to use. Merely to over-ride a human will (as his felt presence in any but the faintest and most mitigated degree would certainly do) would be for him useless. He cannot ravish. He can only woo. For his ignoble idea is to eat the cake and have it; the creatures are to be one with him, but yet themselves; merely to cancel them, or assimilate them, will not serve…. Sooner or later he withdraws, if not in fact, at least from their conscious experience, all supports and incentives. He leaves the creature to stand up on its own legs—to carry out from the will alone duties which have lost all relish…. He cannot “tempt” to virtue as we do to vice. He wants them to learn to walk and must therefore take away his hand…. Our cause is never more in danger than when a human, no longer desiring, but still intending, to do our enemy’s will, looks round upon a universe from which every trace of him seems to have vanished, and asks why he has been forsaken, and still obeys.

51 Ohio Health Department Cracks Down on Abortion Clinics, Planned Parenthood for Abuses
52 Why Tiger Woods Should Forget About Jack Nicklaus - NBC News
53 Wesley J. Smith - Babies are Children, not "Carbon Legacies!"
54 http://www.crossway.org/books/am-i-called-tpb/
55 7 Ways Man's Heart Resists Christ's Lordship
56 Noah's Ark Project May Get $18 Million in 'Tourism Incentives' From Kentucky
57 Introducing My Learning Library
58 'Frozen' Writer to Take on 'A Wrinkle In Time'
59 WORLD | Balkan drama | Marvin Olasky | Aug. 9, 2014
60 Intelligent Design in Action: We Could Detect an Alien Civilization by Their Pollution, Astrobiologists Say
61 Billionaire Pastor Unveils $300 Million Temple of Solomon Church Replica in Brazil
62 There’ll Be Some Changes Made
63 An Anxious Age
64 Healing is a choice - Angie R. Cox
65 Blind Faith - Christian Research Institute
66 US District Judge Says The Right to Have an Abortion Deserves Same Protection as Right to Bear Arms
67 What Kind of Support Should We Expect for Persecuted Christians?
68 NH Notes: Creationist Influence on Biblical Study Tools
69 Minority Sect Is Dying of Thirst After Being Driven to Isolated Mountain By ISIS
70 WORLD | Globe Trot: U.S. general killed in Afghanistan remembered as a family man | Mindy Belz | Aug. 6, 2014
71 WORLD | Are school suspensions too harsh and over-used? | Emily Scheie | Aug. 6, 2014
72 Taylor Swift Visits a Children's Hospital and Sings for A 6-Year-Old – His Reaction Will Warm Your Heart!
73 Social Media & Credibility | Open Biola
74 Health Care Premiums Increasing Less Than Expected, But Vary Widely
75 WORLD | Houston rejects petition to send LGBT anti-bias policy to voters | Andrew Branch | Aug. 6, 2014
76 War on Humans: Yes, It's Right to Kill Monkeys to Find Ebola Vaccine
77 WORLD | An abortionist in sheep’s clothing | La Shawn Barber | Aug. 6, 2014
78 WORLD | Ceasefire between Israel and Hamas survives the night | Ryan Hill | Aug. 6, 2014
79 Let's Watch This Great White Shark Try to Eat a Robot
80 7 Very Important Bible Verses That Signify The Importance of Your Faith
81 Aristotle on Human Flourishing | Open Biola
82 New Atheism: A Survival Guide
83 Renewing Your Mind | Are Miracles for Today? | August 6, 2014
84 3 questions with Peter A. Lillback, President of Westminster Theological Seminary
85 Are amnesty supporters willing to house illegal immigrants?
86 "Hey wanna go to a movie?" | HeadHeartHand Blog
87 WORLD | Midday Roundup: Hawaii hunkers down for some wild weekend weather | Leigh Jones | Aug. 6, 2014
88 Is There Hope for a Culture in Decline? — Highlands Ministries
89 Check out | HeadHeartHand Blog
90 Answering Muslims: Seventy Percent of Gazans Want a Better Relationship with Israel
91 Midweek Roundup – 8/6/14
92 Truthbomb Apologetics: Video: Finding Christ in Culture by John Mark Reynolds
93 The Deity of Christ - Christian Research Institute
94 Is This a Young World After All? - Christian Research Institute
95 Answering Muslims: Dearborn Ranks Second on Terrorist Watch List
96 Jeff Goldblum Helped Stage This Amazing ‘Jurassic Park’-Themed Wedding Photo
97 New study: hobbit fossil re-classified as modern human
98 WORLD | For-profit colleges raking in GI Bill funds | Laura Edghill | Aug. 6, 2014