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You’ve Never Been as Stressed Out as These Parents Watching Their Daughter Compete in the Olympics

If you think watching the Olympics is stressful, just imagine being the parents of an athlete. Aly Raisman’s parents deserve a gold medal just for keeping it together. Of course, their daughter’s uneven bars routine led her to qualify for the all-around event, but that didn’t stop her proud mom and dad from looking like anyone who’s played the infamous rainbow level on Mario Kart.

A Reasonable, but Incomplete, Account of How Humans Mastered Fire

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Little Girl Abandoned by Father and Drug-Addict Mother Is Adopted by Christian Texas Family, Becomes Best Athlete in the World

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Truth, Love, and Defending the Faith - Darrell L. Bock, Sean McDowell, and Mikel Del Rosario

In this episode, Mikel Del Rosario, Dr. Darrell Bock and Dr. Sean McDowell discuss cultural engagement, focusing on the importance of truth and love in defending the faith.

Watch the Intro to ‘Stranger Things’ Reimagined as a Cheesy ‘80s Sitcom

Netflix’s hit sci-fi series Stranger Things manages to capture the style and charm of ‘80s cinema while avoiding all of the goofy cliches that have made some of the decades most popular pop-culture relics not age so well. But that hasn’t stopped a YouTube genius named Tim Bennett from reimagining the series as a corny ‘80s sitcom. This new and improved intro perfectly captures everything you love to hate about ‘80s TV: Cheesy theme songs, overly long intros that feel the need to introduce every single character and lots of jump cuts. And just in case you need a refresher on the source material for this work of mash-up nostalgia brilliance, here’s two of the ‘80s best/worst openers.

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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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Meet the Rio Olympians Who Put God Before Gold

“Knowing that I’m a child of God and that his love for me is determined by nothing I can achieve or do on my own has given me a quiet confidence,” DiRado told CT. “My faith has helped me chart my own course and pursue my goals when people around me may be going in different directions. Jesus’ love for me and all humanity is something that always helps me better love people around me when things get difficult.” When asked what she thinks God does care about as she prepares for Rio, DiRado replied, “I think God cares about my soul and whether I’m bringing his love and mercy into the world. Can I be a loving, supportive teammate, and can I bless others around me in the same way God has been so generous with me?” The California native is projected to medal in at least two of her events.

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“The Atheist Delusion” – Why Millions Deny the Obvious

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Plan Now to Die Well

Thinking he was still sleeping, his family and friends conducted their usual evening prayers after 10 p.m. When asked by Dr. Preston if he had heard the psalm-singing and prayers, Knox replied, “I wald to God that ye and all men hard thame as I have hard thame [I would to God that you and all men heard them as I have heard them]; and I praise God of that heavenlie sound.” About 11 p.m., Robert Campbell sitting on a stool by the bed, heard Knox give a long sigh and sob and say, “Now it is done.” When asked by Bannatyne to give the signal to show that he remembered Christ’s promises, Knox raised his hand for the last time and “sleipit away without any pain.” Knox’s battle had ended. ( Knox , 310)

7 Metaxas Speaks Out, So Can You

Second, with that confidence, we can respect those with whom we disagree. After all, the Christian worldview establishes that the most important thing about any person is not their views, but their identity as bearers of God’s image. So we respect those with whom we disagree, even as we have the courage to disagree with them.

8 The Briefing 08-08-16 -

Well, react is right and to this issue in particular. The two announcements that are related to this technology that came from the National Institutes of Health this past week remind us that we are living in a generation facing questions no previous generation has ever confronted. And this includes the huge question from a Christian theological and biblical worldview of whether or not we can actually say no to any scientific proposal or to any technology. One of the interesting things behind this is that, of course, there is huge money to be made in these new technologies. If there were to be the possibility of creating a new line of donor organs that wouldn’t have to come from human beings, but rather from genetically modified animals, there would be a massive good in that, morally speaking, but there would also be a massive opportunity for multibillion-dollar profits. One of the arguments that comes thereafter is this: if it won’t be done here, it will be done elsewhere. After all, the National Institutes of Health is the national endowment in terms of health science research for the United States of America.

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.

Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum: I Smell the Marks of Transgender Activism | The Stream

But to repeat, no amount of compassion for a young person struggling with gender identity issues can justify the radical transformation of the English language, nor can it justify this scenario where perception becomes reality and words are created to justify these new, totally individual perceptions.

Fun Islamic Facts 8: Muhammad Was a Sex Addict (David Wood) Welcome to “Fun Islamic Facts,” where I share fun facts about Muhammad and the Qur’an whenever jihadis go on a killing spree. Sahih al-Bukhari, Number 5068: Narrated Anas: The Prophet used to go round (have sexual relations with) all his wives in one night, and he had nine wives. Sahih al-Bukhari, Number 5215: Narrated Anas bin Malik: The Prophet used to pass by (have sexual relation with) all his wives in one night, and at that time he had nine wives. Sahih al-Bukhari, Number 268: Narrated Qatada: Anas bin Malik said, “The Prophet used to visit all his wives in a round, during the day and night and they were eleven in number.” I asked Anas, “Had the Prophet the strength for it?” Anas replied, “We used to say that the Prophet was given the strength of thirty (men).” And Sa’id said on the authority of Qatada that Anas had told him about nine wives only (not eleven). Notice three things about these passages. First, Muhammad had at least nine wives at one time, even though Surah 4, verse 3 of the Qur’an limits Muslim men to four wives.

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If He Does Not Love Jesus, He Will Not Love You

God still made Eve for Adam, even though Adam had God. This shows that the male/female relationship is important and beneficial. But since the fall, we have to be mindful of sin’s pitfalls — ways in which we exalt the gift above the Giver, the seen above the Unseen, the relationship above the Relationship. If you want your boyfriend to turn into a husband who loves you like Christ, make sure he is walking with Christ. How else can he love you like him?

Ominous Signs for Turkish Christians

You probably know that Turkey, a key NATO ally that is 98 percent Muslim today, has deep Christian roots. The Book of Acts tells us that the followers of Jesus in Antioch, Antakya today, were the first to be called Christians. Revelation’s Seven Churches of Asia were in what is now Turkey. The first seven Ecumenical Councils in church history were held there. The magnificent Hagia Sophia in Constantinople—today, Istanbul—was one of the crown jewels of Christendom, until the city fell to the Ottomans in 1453. For the past 85 years, the Hagia Sophia, under secular rule, has been a museum, a cultural artifact of a proud Christian past. However, Muslim prayers are again being heard from within its walls.

The Election and the Judgment of God

And finally, but most important, we pray for God’s mercy. He judges the wicked by leaving them to their own devices. The sooner we abandon those devices and turn back to God, the better.  And, I am not speaking here about “them,” those outside the Church. No way. As Peter wrote in his first epistle, “it’s time for judgment to begin in the house of God.” May God have mercy, but if He brings judgment, so be it.

Why Don’t You Like the Christians You Know?

In three minutes, John Piper asks why so many Christians don’t enjoy other Christians. In fact, many of us, if honest, would rather spend time with our nonbelieving friends. Piper gives us all two important and practical questions to ask about our feelings toward other believers in our lives.

How to Find More Meaning at Work

After all, getting to the goal is not all that exists. Sometimes, the trip is just as great as the destination. If vacation was only composed of the arrival at a destination and getting back home, what rest would it give? Vacation is about the trip, and work can be the same, if we choose to find meaning in the process rather than just the product.

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Apologetics: Did Jesus Have a Wife? - Timothy Paul Jones

There is, I would add, one more historical hint that Jesus was single. This evidence dates even earlier than the writings of Clement and Tertullian. The evidence simply this: The consistent testimony from the first century forward was that the church was to be considered the bride of Christ. The apostle Paul made this point in the mid-first century (Ephesians 5:24). In his description of the end of the age, the apostle John likewise depicted the church as the bride of Christ (Revelation 21:2). In the earliest surviving Christian sermon—preached in the early-to-mid-second century—the pastor proclaimed, “‘God made man male and female.’ The male is Christ, and the female is the church” (2 Clement). Clement of Alexandria himself gave this as the primary reason for Jesus’s lifelong virginity: “The Lord…already had a bride, the church”—and these are only a few of many such references from the first centuries of Christian faith.

Entertainment, Modern Worship and What God Really Desires

We shouldn’t demand to be entertained. But we shouldn’t always feel like we must deny our natural, God-created impulses to make a “joyful noise” in response to the wonder of God. And we shouldn’t feel like there are certain technical limits (lights, film, music, drama or other artistic expression) that must be placed on “worshipful” expression. This too, is part of a balanced spiritual life, just like quiet devotion and careful study.

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Libertarianism - R.C. Sproul Jr.

That is at the core of libertarianism. It’s not saying we promote or like the doing of the wrong thing, but rather it’s saying, this is not a legitimate function of the state to stop individuals from doing this wrong thing. I’ll tell you the truth. When I leave here today, I’m going to go to the grocery store. Every week, it’s my job to gather the grocery list from my girls, and I go to the store and buy all the stuff. There’s a reason for that. The reason I buy it is because I’m paying for it. I’m much more careful than my girls. I pick out the bargain brands, I buy the buy one get one free. I’m good at it, truth be told. I’m going to confess, at the top of my grocery list for today, not that I put it there, is Swiss cake rolls. This is essentially a chocolate version of a Twinkie. I’m going to buy them and let my kids eat them, in moderation, and I may have one or two for myself. Now you could argue that this is an unhealthy choice, and this is not good for us, and you’d probably be right, but do you want to make it illegal? That’s the question. Are you willing to take upon yourself the power of the sword that God gives to the state to say “You may not eat this thing because I believe it’s unhealthy.

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25 Satan After School

Now, Satanic Temple members around the country are introducing after-school “Satan Clubs” in response to a Christian elementary school program known as the Good News Club. Satan Clubs, we’re told, will teach “free inquiry and rationalism.”

The Briefing 08-09-16 -

“But if you’re examining the paper’s coverage of these subjects from a perspective that is neither urban nor Northeastern nor culturally seen-it-all; if you are among the groups The Times treats as strange objects to be examined on a laboratory slide”—he then puts in parentheses “(devout Catholics, gun owners, Orthodox Jews, Texans)”—he continued, “If your value system wouldn’t wear well on a composite New York Times journalist, then a walk through this paper can make you feel you’re traveling in a strange and forbidding world.”

Protecting the Future of Religious Higher Education

The California Assembly has proposed legislation that is harmful to the free exercise of religion in higher education. In particular, the legislation disadvantages low-income minority students who want an education at private religious colleges. Though it purports to eliminate discrimination, Senate Bill 1146 results in its own form of discrimination by stigmatizing and coercively punishing religious beliefs that disagree on contested matters related to human sexuality. If SB 1146 were to pass, it would deny students’ ability to participate in state grant programs—programs that exist to help low-income students, and which are overwhelmingly used by racial minorities—at schools that are found in violation of the bill. Moreover, it would severely restrict the ability of religious education institutions to set expectations of belief and conduct that align with the institution’s religious tenets. While we do not all agree on religious matters, we all agree that the government has no place in discriminating against poor religious minorities or in pitting a religious education institution’s faith-based identity against its American identity.

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Knowing: Faith and Reason, Part One

First, we need to turn the focus inward. The Scriptures, especially throughout Proverbs, are explicit to instruct that humans must grow in knowledge, especially knowledge about God. Wisdom in the Christian text is called “supreme” and is worth obtaining though “it cost you everything you have.” (Proverbs 4:7) Pause and think on that statement for a moment. Let God’s Word instruct you; perhaps look up the passage in different translations. Now, consider this: are you gaining wisdom in a way that demonstrates its supremacy in your life? Would people around you testify that you have this attitude? If your answer is either negative or uncertain, than think about how you are coming across to those who do not believe in God. While I adamantly disagree with a wholesale condemnation on Christians as uncritical thinkers—as grossly false—I can also recall many Christians who portray this very trait…as well as many professing atheists or Muslims.

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31 A Loving Response

A new movie depicts the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving, the Virginia couple in 1958 who were married in violation of the state’s law against interracial marriage. In 1967, they won a resounding victory in Loving v. Virginia , and obtained the right to marry for interracial couples nationwide.

​New Student Resource on Mormonism: Author Interview

JOHNSON: Teens are curious. They don't want to know just "what" but "why" as well. I appreciate that. For one, many teens that grow up in Christian homes want to know why someone would be a Mormon. This gave me an idea for chapter 3 ("Examining the Attraction of Mormonism"). For instance, reasons we hear Mormons give all the time include "I prayed about this church and I know it's true" and "Mormons aren't hypocritical like others I know." Probably most Latter-day Saint teens would admit that they are Mormon because this is how they grew up. That's honest. This gave me what is called a "teachable moment." So I ask the reader, "If you call yourself a Christian, how did you come to this conclusion?" Just because you grew up attending a particular church, does this make it true? Of course not! So here I emphasize the importance of "owning" one's "own" faith, a slogan my high school Bible students at the Christian school where I taught for close to two decades heard me say over and over again. Even if they did grow up as "Christian," I hope the readers will contemplate legitimate reasons why their faith should be a priority.

33 Liberals and Conservatives Can Freak Out Together

As Judith Shulevitz of the New York Times put it, liberals like to chuckle at culture-warrior conservatives. For example, she writes, the Republican platform calls pornography a public health crisis—while ignoring global warming and guns, which she says “could destroy the lives of millions.”

34 The Briefing 08-04-16 -

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…

Health Is About Way More Than Weight

Our eating habits are rooted in individual motives and decisions, but there are larger forces at work in what we eat. Our preferences for sugar and salt are undoubtedly shaped by the people who make more money when we consume too much of them. A tax on sugary beverages can seem like government intervention gone too far, until you consider that it simply provides a check on the powerful commercial incentives to sell empty calories. And local governments play a crucial role in shaping the neighborhoods we live in. Design decisions at the scale of blocks, towns, and whole cities make a real difference: we will be healthier if we can walk rather than drive more often, and if healthy food is accessible to people who currently can’t afford it.

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Cotton: Clinton discussed executed Iranian scientist on email

Hillary Clinton recklessly discussed, in emails hosted on her private server, an Iranian nuclear scientist who was executed by Iran for treason, Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., said Sunday. I'm not going to comment on what he may or may not have done for the United States government, but in the emails that were on Hillary Clinton's private server, there were conversations among her senior advisors about this gentleman, he said on Face the Nation. Cotton was speaking about Shahram Amiri, who gave information to the U.S. about Iran's nuclear program. The senator said this lapse proves she is not capable of keeping the country safe. That goes to show just how reckless and careless her decision was to put that kind of highly classified information on a private server. And I think her judgment is not suited to keep this country safe, he said. The revelation could cause further political damage to Clinton, who was already on the defensive Sunday after commenting oddly last week that she had short-circuited in a statement related to her honesty about the email scandal.

Reasons To Believe : Long-Term Habitability Requires a Sun-Earth Twin

There is a growing recognition, however, in the astrophysical research literature of the past several months that a planet possessing liquid water on a small part of its surface for a brief period of time does not make that planet habitable. While life cannot exist without liquid water, it cannot even originate or survive unless the liquid water remains abundant for a long period of time. Also, there is now the broad acknowledgment by astrobiologists that life more advanced than unicellular or colonies of unicellular life-forms requires liquid water to continuously remain on a planet for at least a few billion years.

Once Not a People - R.C. Sproul Jr.

The RC Sproul Jr. Principle of Hermeneutics is a simple truth, and a deep passion of mine.  It goes like this- Whenever you see someone in the Bible doing something really, really stupid, do not say to yourself, “How can they be so stupid?” Instead say to yourself, “How am I stupid just like them?” It matters to me in large part because it reveals how the Bible reveals my sin. James tells us that the Word is a mirror. Because we are sinners, however, we too often look in the mirror, see the Hero rescuing us, and think that’s us in the reflection. We are indeed called to be rescuers, but first we have to know that we not only needed, but continue to need to be rescued.

1 Peter 4:1: Christ Died to Make Us Dead to Sin

Christ did not die to domesticate your sin and make it your pet. In this lab, Pastor John shows that Jesus' death took the monster out back and killed it.

Self-Esteem from a Scalpel: The Ethics of Plastic Surgery - Christian Research Institute

The numbers of patients seeking plastic surgery has skyrocketed in the past decade, and this practice has found increasingly uncritical acceptance. Plastic surgery is commonly subdivided into reconstructive surgery and cosmetic surgery. Reconstructive surgery seeks to restore form and function of a defect in the body, and therefore is a positive moral good that mitigates the effects of the fall. Cosmetic surgery differs in that we are seeking to augment otherwise healthy tissues to improve appearance and self-esteem. Looking through the light of Scripture, I do not believe we have license to condemn all forms of cosmetic surgery. We should be discerning, however, regarding our motivations for pursuing cosmetic surgery. First, we should be careful if our motivations for surgery are principally to increase our self-esteem. The evidence shows the long-term effects of cosmetic surgery are not universally positive, and we should be esteemed not based on our own image, but the image of the God who created us and died for us. Second, we should consider whether our goal for surgery is to normalize our appearance or to enhance our bodies to approximate a perfect ideal.

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Life is precious and we have a responsibility to protect it

Our respect for life is the most important measure of our humanity. From conception to death - and any time in between - life is precious and we have a responsibility to protect it. A culture that subsidizes abortion on demand runs counter to the fundamental American belief in the potential of every person - it undermines the dignity of mother and child alike. Americans can and should work together to increase support and resources to reduce unintended pregnancies and encourage adoption, even if they may have different opinions on abortion rights.

An illustration of what apologetics really is

Apologetics is somewhat of a lonely endeavor. It is possible for a person to give a great deal of effort to apologetic work, to defending God’s word, to answering questions, to reasoning with people and have it all seem as though it was worthless. Discouragement is a reality to the apologist. There are certainly victories, by God’s grace; but there are many encounters that could simply be classified as "unprofitable."



How Do You Motivate People to Care about Apologetics? Part 2

Churches need to be reminded of why they are here. Evangelism and apologetics, which is the handmaiden to evangelism, are not optional activities. They are at the very core of our mission, which is to reach our world with the gospel. That’s why Jesus spelled it out so clearly: to go into all the world (including next door or down the hallway) to reach everyone we can for him (Matthew 20:18-20). This Great Commission wasn’t one choice among many options. It’s what we’re here to do.

47 Challenge: Christians Who Benefit from Science Are Hypocritical

As an atheist, you are taught to largely disregard religion, morality, and tradition (and anti-Darwin science) as it comes from the minds of “superstitious” and “primitive” men. Instead, “science” is seen as the only, truly rational source of truth. Thus when long held, time tested scientific, philosophical, moral, and theological standards contradict modernist/post-modernist myths, the atheist must toss out pre-Darwinian thought in place of pseudo-scientific “theories” they would write off as late-night-talk-radio-conspiracy-theories if anyone other than Richard Dawkins or Star Trek was promulgating them (i.e. interstellar panspermia). At the same time, atheists are quite happy to reap the benefits of a free, rational society founded on Human Rights, the product of a Christian view of human nature and human governance, when it suits them. It’s genuinely comical to see atheists arguing that people are created equal and have inalienable rights the state neither gives (nor can, legitimately, take away) while undermining the Creator that endows us with those rights. They use the science and the free society the Christian world invented and turn around and say that religion stifles progress, and is a wicked superstition, that God, man’s wisdom, and philosophy are “dead”.

Are Beliefs the Result of Where One Is Born?

This is used as an objection against religion in general but this is hardly an objection to the truth of Christianity.

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