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

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

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

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

J. Alec Motyer (1924-2016)

"I'm not really a scholar," J. Alec Motyer softly said, "I'm just a man who loves the Word of God. . . . Biblical studies have simply confirmed that which I learned from Grandma - that the Bible is the Word of God - and made it a coherently held position."

Man praying at Clemson U. stopped by campus official: 'Not a designated free speech area' - The College Fix

Visiting Clemson to pray deemed 'solicitation' only allowed in free-speech zone (VIDEO).

Netflix Just Released a Teaser for ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2

Well, this is exciting. Netflix has just released a brief teaser for the new season of their hit sci-fi series Stranger Things. The clip is more about hints and clues than major revelations, but, it’s an exciting peak the follow-up to the acclaimed first season. There’s no release date set yet, though according to the clip, it will drop sometime in 2017.

Pining for our dystopian past in “Stranger Things”

A great irony: Once upon a time, the year 1984 evoked fears of a a dystopian future. Now, 1984 evokes nostalgic longing for a dystopian past. I can handle the irony. What I can’t handle is wa…

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The Origin and Insufficiency of the Black Hebrew Israelite Movement - Christian Research Institute

30 The Origin and Insufficiency of the Black Hebrew Israelite Movement by Jimmy Butts Today’s Religious Movements: The Black Hebrew Israelite movement has infiltrated black communities on the basis of two principal claims: (1) All African Americans biologically descend from the ancient Hebrews, and (2) The means of salvation for African Americans is obedience to the Law of Moses. Although Black Hebraism addresses important issues in black communities, their worldview has no foundation in history or Scripture.

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The UK's most famous mentalist and illusionist was once a Christian. Derren Brown... More

4 'Born this Way’ Is Shaky Science

To be clear, the research will continue, and this report isn’t exhaustive of all the studies out there, but it is enough to prove that the science isn’t settled as we’re often told. And to be clear, those using the levers of cultural power to impose this new vision of sex, marriage, and humanity aren’t driven by, nor will they be unconvinced of their vision, by science.

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Apologetics Isn’t the Whole Ball Game

I have had the honor of working with and talking to some of the greatest apologists of our time. With that, I have seen a lot of up-and-coming apologists, if you will, burn out and hit a wall.

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How Churches Change the Equation for Life After Prison

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

7 Finding Your Calling in an Age of Entitlement

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

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What Do the Major Cults Believe?

Serious challenges to the historic Christian faith are initiated by the Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mormons. Because of the large numbers of adherents to these groups, as well as their rates of expansion, they give cause for

9 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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Why the Efficiency of Biological Organisms Cannot Be Explained by Evolution.

The most obvious and reasonable inference seems to be elusive to naturalists who try to account for the appearance of design in biological organisms. No explanation employing the laws of physics or chemistry from “inside the room” of the natural universe is adequate. The appearance of design in biology is yet another evidence demonstrating the existence of an “external” Divine Designer. This brief summary of evidence for design is excerpted from God’s Crime Scene , Chapter Four – Signs of Design: Is There Evidence of An Artist?

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http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/08/book-review-no-god-but-one-allah-or.html

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

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William Lane Craig vs Mike Begon | "Is God A Delusion?" | University of Liverpool

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org Mike Begon is Professor of Ecology in the School of Biological Sciences, University of Liverpool. The author of around 150 articles in professional scientific journals, most recently his research has focused on infectious diseases in wildlife. He is co-author of internationally used textbooks on Ecology, Essentials of Ecology and Population Ecology. William Lane Craig is Research Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology in California. He has doctorates in philosophy (Birmingham UK) and theology (Munich). A popular international lecturer on university campuses, Dr Craig has authored or edited over thirty books, including his signature work "Reasonable Faith". Daniel Hill lectures in Department of Philosophy at Liverpool University, where he teaches epistemology, philosophy of science, logic, and philosophy of religion. His research interests include logic and philosophical theology. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/

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Old Testament: History or Hoax

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

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Romanticism – R.C. Sproul Jr.

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

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Sitting on Our Hands – R.C. Sproul Jr.

On the third hand, we have those who are objecting that this is somehow a slap in the face to those who have made sacrifices for this country, it’s a demonstration of failure of appreciation for this country. I get that. But at the same time, I don’t get the argument that says “Because others have sacrificed that we might have free speech, we should excoriate those who exercise free speech.” That is, it doesn’t seem quite right to me that people are saying “Isn’t it great that we live in a country where people can say what they want, and isn’t it horrible that this fellow said this?” But I’ve got another hand still. The good news is that Colin Kaepernick’s suffering for his commitment and conviction is not, in a sense, a political suffering. That is, he’s not being threatened with jail or execution. He’s merely experiencing some public ridicule and disparagement. On the other hand, (I’ve still got more), I recognize the reality of what Mr Kaepernick is concerned about within our country. I don’t have a particular stand on a particular event that’s caught our headlines on issues of race relations, but I do know that things are not perfect.

17 The TC Apologetics Daily

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Pray for Nabeel Qureshi and Family | RZIM

Our hearts go out to Nabeel and his family, and our prayers are for him. No doubt this is a valley that no one anticipates so soon in life. The entire RZIM team and our families are in impassioned prayer on his behalf. We ask you to join us in lifting him up during this time.

19 http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/08/book-review-no-god-but-one-allah-or.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

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

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What Will You Do When the End Comes?

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

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An Open Letter to Colin Kaepernick | The Stream

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

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The True Wealth of the Suffering Church

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

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“The Atheist Delusion” – Why Millions Deny the Obvious

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Objections to Apologetics: It's Intellectual

Many people just don’t see the place of the intellect in Christianity. Naturally, someone may object to the apologetic enterprise by saying some variation of “it’s intellectual.” This can be a huge obstacle blocking the way to apologetics.

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Discipline That Connects with Our Children’s Hearts

In our home, our rambunctious kids had frequent conflicts and were extremely distractible. Our rigid, punitive discipline careened off the tracks quickly. Our oldest would often glare at us afterward, and his resentment was building. We felt an increasing desire to let God’s grace guide our parenting. We began to do lots of do-overs and taught skills and biblical values to guide kids away from misbehavior. As soon as our kids could utter full sentences, we helped them learn how to reconcile conflicts. They figured out creative ways to make it right with each other after they had hurt each other. As a result, they learned to joyfully focus their energy for God’s purposes, developed wonderful relationships in life, and have functioned as peacemakers in tense situations.

28 Apologetics Events « Apologetics « Biola University

The willingness of the apostles of Jesus to suffer and die for their faith is one of the most common arguments for the resurrection. During this lecture, Dr. McDowell will investigate the evidence that the apostles actually died as martyrs and consider what this means specifically for the resurrection argument and generally for apologetics. The lecture will explore the following issues:

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Thoughts Everyone Has Secretly Had While Bored at Church

It’s Sunday morning, and even though we’re in church, our brains are elsewhere. We’re not saying it’s a good thing to let your mind drift during a Sunday morning service, but it happens, OK? We’re not monks.

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Red Letter Gospels | Reasonable Faith

In fact, several years ago, a group of radical critics calling themselves the Jesus Seminar made headlines by parodying red letter editions of the Gospels by printing certain passages deemed to be authentic in red, passages that sounded like Jesus in pink, passages that were dubiously uttered by Jesus in gray, and inauthentic passages in black. Less than 20% of the words attributed to Jesus in the Gospels were printed in red in their edition of the Gospels, reflecting their scepticism.

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Christianity, Cosmos, and Human Meaning

There is no doubt that we all feel the incongruity of supposing, say, that the planet Earth might be more important than the Great Nebula in Andromeda. On the other hand, we are all equally certain that only a lunatic would think a man six-feet high necessarily more important than a man five-feet high, or a horse necessarily more important than a man, or a man’s legs than his brain. In other words this supposed ratio of size to importance feels plausible only when one of the sizes involved is very great. And that betrays the true basis of this type of thought. When a relation is perceived by Reason, it is perceived to hold good universally. If our Reason told us that size was proportional to importance, the small differences in size would be accompanied by small differences in importance just as surely as great differences in size were accompanied by great differences in importance. Your six-foot man would have to be slightly more valuable than the man of five feet, and your leg slightly more important than your brain—which everyone knows to be nonsense. The conclusion is inevitable: the importance we attach to great differences of size is an affair not of reason but of emotion—of that peculiar emotion which superiorities in size begin to produce in us only after a certain point of absolute size has been reached (Miracles, chapter seven).

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Q & A with Dr. Craig: Red Letter Gospels

But in teaching his fellow Jews Jesus would naturally have spoken Aramaic. So what we have in the Gospels are Greek translations of what Jesus claimed and taught. Only rarely do we get glimpses of the original Aramaic words spoken by Jesus, as for example, Jesus’ words from the cross given in Mark: “At the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, ‘Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?’ which means, ‘My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?’” (Mark 15.34).

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Your Motivation as a Case Maker Will Determine Your Message | Cold Case Christianity

Our Motives Help Us Shape Our Argument Once I had my audience in mind, I made sure I wrote in a way that would “reach” them. When I first started, I found myself writing at a level that was simply too “factual”, “academic” and “linear”. My wife, Susie, reviewed the first chapter and declared it to be frustratingly detailed and utterly boring (as my best friend, she had no problem letting me know). I took a break and completely rethought my approach. Susie is intensely interested in Christianity, but she is not a natural evidentialist. As a result, she is not inclined toward case making at all. She was a perfect representative of the audience I was trying to reach. So, I began writing anew, with Susie in mind. I shared more about my casework, provided more examples from my investigations and became more focused in my description of the evidence for Christianity. I focused on brevity and clarity and limited my vocabulary to terms that were easily accessible. In essence, I wrote as though I was trying to reach a jury rather than a panel of expert witnesses. My motivation began to shape my message.

38 Grace to You Radio

Scripture makes it clear — whatever you do, do it to the glory of God. But how do you glorify God working a cash register, waiting tables, filing paperwork, or driving a cab? In Wisdom for the Workplace, John MacArthur brings a practical, biblical perspective to your career, showing you how to honor Christ and be genuinely satisfied wi... Read more

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http://pastorrick.com/devotional/english/name-your-values-and-then-live-by-them

Can you name the three most important values in your life right now? If you can’t, then you certainly can’t live by them. You’re not living your values if you can’t even name them. Before you go one more day, you need to sit down and ask, “What’s most important to me? What are the top values in my life?” And you need to write them out, because until you clarify your values, you can’t live by them.

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How Not to Invoke the "Genetic Fallacy"

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

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Um, Did Scientists Just Detect a Radio Signal From Aliens?

Texas A&M University astronomer Nick Suntzeff told the tech magazine Ars Technica , “If this were a real astronomical source, it would be rather strange,” though he added that the source may not be that mysterious in the end. He speculates it could be from ground stations on earth broadcasting to our own satellites: “I would follow it if I were the astronomers, but I would also not hype the fact that it may be at SETI signal given the significant chance it could be something military.”

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

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

43 The Briefing 08-30-16 - AlbertMohler.com

But what’s missing from explicit reference in the story is the one thing that Christians should insist must be in any consideration of a question of this magnitude. What is the value of human life? And how do we judge that value? The biblical worldview answers that by identifying every single human being as being made in the image of God and thus of infinite worth. But there is also a recognition that every single human life is mortal and that there is no way ultimately to hold off death and sickness and decay. And thus, Christians have grown accustomed to facing the reality of death and very difficult decisions. There is no easy formula even to those who operate out of the Christian biblical worldview in answering some of the questions about the rationing of medical care. But that just points to the even more frightening reality of a modern culture trying to answer those questions untethered from the Christian morality and that Christian worldview. Trying to answer these questions when the society isn’t actually certain just how much every human life is worth or any human life is worth—that’s the really scary part of this headline.

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Why Are We So Obsessed with Nostalgia?

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

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

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

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

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

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Nothing Less Than Justice

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

48 The TC Apologetics Daily

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Brand new church for Portsmouth - premier

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

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How Should We Interpret Genesis 1?

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

51 Eric Metaxas on Twitter
52 "Meet the Dean," Nashville, Charlotte, Birmingham - The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
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54 Pope to visit those affected by Italy earthquake - premier
55 Congregation stops would-be suicide bomber - premier
56 How Focusing on My Family Turned It Into an Idol
57 Church of England facing new split threat over homosexuality - premier
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59 MEDIA ADVISORY: Astronaut Jeff Williams to speak live from International Space Station in Aug. 30 SBTS chapel service - News - SBTS
60 Man Oh Man! My Response to Princeton U Banning the 'M' Word | The Stream
61 The Drive to Become ‘Fox News Famous’ Hurts the Right
62 J. Warner Wallace on Twitter
63 Chaucer Who?
64 ‘White Lives Matter’ Has Officially Been Declared a Hate Group
65 The Briefing 09-01-16 - AlbertMohler.com
66 Biola Welcomes New Faculty for Fall 2016
67 Why Don't Christians Care That They Sin?
68 The Hungarian Reformed Bishops (with a special guest) | 5 Minutes in Church History
69 Women In Apologetics on Twitter
70 Why Burkinis Should Matter To Christians Who Care About Religious Freedom
71 BreakPoint on Twitter
72 Absolute worst newspaper: Why this one goes on 'Shame List' for journalism malpractice
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74 Christian Apologist Nabeel Qureshi Diagnosed With Advanced Stomach Cancer, Says His Prognosis Is 'Grim'
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76 Craig T. Owens on Twitter
77 Imitate spiritual heroes
78 Why Do So Many Christians Dismiss Apologetics?
79 When All Your Dreams Come True
80 Reasons To Believe : Have Origin-of-Life Researchers Found the RNA World “Money Train”?
81 Responding: Is Apologetics a ‘Sad Replacement’ for Bible Study?
82 Pain: A Secret Garden of Pride
83 Louisiana Flood Relief, World Vision, Movies, and China's Forced-Abortion Policies
84 The Briefing 08-31-16 - AlbertMohler.com
85 http://triablogue.blogspot.com/2016/08/easter-myth-hallucination-or-history.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
86 CROSS
87 Fearless Faith in a Time of Forgetting
88 903. What Are Some Further Thoughts About Bible Translation?
89 http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/08/book-giveaway-no-god-but-one-allah-or.html
90 Don't Just Do Something, Stand There
91 How Do You Pray in Public, Without Performing?
92 Why Believe the Holy Spirit Is a Person?