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5 Pro-Life Issues That Have Nothing to Do with Abortion

The Christian call to protect life is bigger than a single issue.

Stephen Colbert Gets Celebrity Faith Right

He navigates faith and fame with humility—and humor.

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Smurfs, Halloween, The Simpsons and other '90s no-no's.

Dynamic Genomes in Bacteria Argue for Design

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

New Planned Parenthood Video: Aborted Baby's Heart Still Beating | The Stream

In a new video exposing Planned Parenthood, a whistleblower describes a doctor showing her 'something cool' ... the still-beating heart of an aborted baby.

Why We're Losing Liberty | The Stream

Was the Constitution written in a way that was designed to protect liberty and limit the government's size?

Richard Dawkins Admits that Nothing Can Persuade Him God Exists

Of course, don’t make the mistake of thinking that if only you could find a big enough Gap, the New Atheist would have to embrace that as evidence for God. After all, that’s not how it would work with Richard Dawkins, the most famous atheist alive. Dawkins made this clear some time ago in an interview with atheist Peter Boghossian. You can see the demonstration for yourself in the video below. It starts at 12:30 and goes to 15:30. I’ll post a transcript below the fold.

Paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Suggests Our Solar System Is Exceptional

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

Week 2: Why Does God Allow Evil?

Many suppose that the existence of evil proves that God does not exist, but our ability to recognize evil is actually a good reason to believe in God. Sean McDowell, General Editor of The Apologetics Study Bible for Students gives us a better understanding about why God allows evil to exist in this brief but informational video.

Watch Foals Rock Out On CCTV

Because rock should happen anywhere and everywhere, today Foals released a CCTV live video. In it, the British band tears through their recent single “Albatross.” Yup, even in grainy black and white, they still have it. Watch the clip below. The band’s new album What Went Down is out now.

Syrian Refugees Greeted by Cheering Crowds in Munich

In recent days, officials in Germany welcomed thousands of refugees from Syria, and in Munich, a BBC crew captured this scene, where crowds gathered to welcome them into the country. The refugees, fleeing violence in Syria, were greeted with cheers, snacks and presents after arriving at train stations.

This Toddler ‘Ninja Warrior’ Is the Champion We've Been Waiting For

This toddler named Yoshi is such a huge fan of the athletic competition TV show American Ninja Warrior, his parents built him his own backyard course. As this clip attests, no obstacle is too great for the determination of young Yoshi. Admit it, it's by far the most adorable thing you will see on the Internet today.

This ‘Floating Card’ Trick Would Make David Blaine Jealous

Zach Mueller is a master of "cardistry." As this YouTube video demonstrates, the slight-of-hand wiz can somehow handle playing cards in a way that makes them appear to be floating in air. It’s an illusion so good that even David Blaine would be impressed.

As a Taxonomic Group, "Homo habilis" Is Challenged in the Journal Science

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The Sin-Crushing King and Our Destined-to-Die Conqueror

From Genesis 3 until Revelation 21, the story of God’s people is, at least in part, the story of sin. But while sin is universal, the biblical language for sin is not univocal. In the Pentateuch sin is breaking the covenant. It is a breach of the legal stipulations given to Moses and to which Israel professed allegiance. But sin is also everyone doing as they see fit (Judg. 21:25). Sin is the stupidity of forsaking God and being satisfied with broken cisterns (Jer. 2:13). Sin is the breakdown of shalom and the sad triumph of evil over good. Wisdom literature often describes sin as foolishness and vanity. In Kings and Chronicles, sin is forgetting God and refusing to humble oneself before him. In the Prophets, sin is often hypocrisy. Elsewhere in the Old Testament sin manifests itself as strident injustice or perfunctory obedience (e.g., rending your garments instead of your heart). And on other occasions it represents a failure to love God with all your heart and to love your neighbors as yourself. Sin is the villain with a thousand faces.

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Toro Y Moi and Astronauts Ect Cover Elton John’s “Rocket Man”

And now for your moment of Friday afternoon chill: Toro Y Moi has joined up with Astronauts ECT to cover Elton John classic “Rocket Man.” The meeting of minds turned the pop gem into a low-key R&B jam—and we’re all the better for it. Listen below. Bonus: be sure to check out the pair’s epic list of tour dates if you’re itching to hear the tune live.

3 SPIRITUALLIFECONFERENCE

The Christian Education Committee of Catawba Presbytery together with Christian Education Ministries is hosting a Spiritual Life Conference. Be encouraged by our keynote speaker, Hank Hanegraaff, as he speaks to us regarding apologetics and evangelism. Get practical answers for presenting and defending our faith. Child care programs will be provided. A box supper is included for all registrants. 

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Follow the Events of 9/11 on an Interactive Timeline

Today marks the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. As the United States and world looks back on the worst terrorism to ever occur on American soil, an interactive timeline of the day’s events has been released by the 9/11 Memorial Museum . The project features photos and audio from survivors and those at the scene, as well as then-President Bush’s address to the nation. Check out the horrifying—yet altogether necessary—project here .

5 At Least 65 Are Dead After Crane Collapses at Mecca Mosque

Tragedy has just struck one of Islam’s most significant religious sites. According to reports , at least 65 people are dead and more than 150 have been injured after a construction crane collapsed on top of the Masjid al-Haram mosque at Mecca. The area attracts millions of Muslims each year, especially during the Hajj pilgrimage which starts next month. Masjid al-Haram is the largest mosque in the world.

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Why I Go To Church Even When I Don’t Feel Like It

I’ve benefitted from the sacrificial commitment and consistency of countless people who have welcomed me into community over the years, and now I recognize the invitation for me to do the same thing for others: to hold that space even on days when I don’t seem to personally benefit from it. When the songs don’t do anything for me, when I don’t want to talk with people about the difficult week I’ve had, or when I’d rather sleep in instead—it is then that I am invited to go to church anyway.

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Hundreds of Muslim Refugees Convert to Christianity in Germany

Hundreds of refugees seeking asylum in Germany have converted from Islam to Christianity at an evangelical church in Berlin. Though the country has taken in thousands of refugees from Syria in recent weeks, most of the converts at pastor Gottfried Martens’ Trinity Church in the last two years are from Iran and Afghanistan. According to the AP , the local evangelical church has gained a reputation for reaching out to Muslims and offering a course in the basic tenets of Christianity. One factor that may be contributing to the high number of religious conversions, though, is the increased chance of recieving legal political asylum as a Christian. In countries like Iran and Afghanistan, converting from Islam is a grave crime, meaning Germany could be more likely to grant refugee converts asylum if they faced almost certain persecution if they returned home. However, pastor Martens told the AP that just 10 percent of those who convert abandon the church, adding, "I know there are—again and again—people coming here because they have some kind of hope regarding their asylum. I am inviting them to join us because I know that whoever comes here will not be left unchanged.

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12 Books Every Social Justice Advocate Should Read

Any list of this nature is going to have haters just like trying to compile a top ten songs or movies of the century but thanks for taking the time as it certainly puts some more books into focus - i would agree with the need for a John Perkins book and although i have some questions about the Simple Way praxis having lived there for 18 months i would still suggest Shane Claiborne's Irresistible Revolution as the theology in there is solid... love Sarah Bessey but would not put Jesus Feminist on a top ten list - think it is perfect for people stuck in patriarchal ways but beyond that not so much and definitely would keep Michelle Alexander and The New Jim Crow and possibly add a book by Father Greg Boyle who lives out what he speaks which for me is the most important...

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Captive Movie - Official Trailer

Based on an inspiring true story, WATCH the official CAPTIVE movie trailer starring Kate Mara and David Oyelowo. http://www.captivethemovie.com/

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A Thousand Sorrows Teaches a Man to Preach

After admitting his “ingrown tendency to complexify” and emphasizing that the Bible itself prepares a man to preach, The Gospel Coalition president Don Carson agrees that suffering does play a role as well. “Suffering—but also joys—are part of human experience that enable us to interact with people more knowledgeably,” Carson says. “All of that with time,” Carson adds, “must give us more depth, more penetration, more affective elements in our preaching.”

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Prayer Movie ‘War Room’ Took the No. 1 Weekend Box Office Spot

A Christian film is officially the biggest movie in America. War Room , a movie about prayer from the Kendrick Brothers (the filmmakers behind faith-based flicks including Facing the Giants, Fireproof and Courageous ) has taken in nearly $28 million since its release two weeks ago, despite being produced on $3.5-million budget and receiving mostly negative reviews from critics.

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BREAKING: Christian bus driver fired after refusing to drive Calgary ‘Gay Pride bus’

"As a Christian I believe in the Bible as being the Word of God, and it teaches that sexual immorality is sin. I don't want to have any part in promoting behaviors and lifestyles that put people in more trouble with God than they already are, and that create more brokenness and despair in their lives," he said at that time.

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Not Just The Pretty Babies

Indeed, if the pro-life movement were so shallow as to feel compassion only for theoretical, abstract, pretty babies, or so sentimental as to think eliminating abortion would provide a fuzzy blanket and a happy ending for every child, it would be of little use to children or society. Being pro-life is about far more than can be captured in a well-lit Facebook image. It is about avoiding the many tempting promises of barbarity. Both sides in the abortion debate are aware the world is full of things that ought not to be. Babies should not be ill, dependent on tubes for survival, exposed to drugs or alcohol in utero, born into poverty in crime-infested neighborhoods, or rejected by their biological families.

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Office Depot Backs Down From Censoring Pro-Life Flyer, Apologizes to Customer

The letter went on to say that it found the language of the pro-life prayer flyer offensive and that characterizing those who support abortion as “evil” is the “type of language that led to the decision to refuse your client’s copying request.” The letter said Office Depot has a policy of not reproducing materials it considers “graphic material” or “hate material” and that the pro-life flyer came under that policy thus “making the refusal to print the flyer appropriate.”

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8 Books to Read When You’re Struggling to Read the Bible

Of course, nothing can replace the Scriptures—nothing else contains the words of life—but I’m realizing that, more often than not, I need a gentle voice to guide my meditation. I need someone to speak the liturgy out loud so that I can repeat it. The metaphors and insights into the Bible that other writers offer in their books make me feel less alone. And by ushering me down the roads of their own faith journeys, they give me the courage to keep moving toward God.

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The Church Is Not the Enemy

And we need to do so carefully. As I sat in a classroom and underwent an interview with our pastor—a young man with a passionate heart—I said, “Can I just share something? This is my first time becoming a member of a church. And I’m a bit nervous. I’m nervous because I’ve seen pastors like yourself who are so determined to serve Jesus, and so on fire, but as time goes on, they begin to serve people instead. They begin to cater to the community instead of living by the hard truths of the gospel. They get so concerned about numbers that they stop caring about the few, and they sell out.”

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The Most Important Thing Your Church Is Probably Missing

Well. I'm from a different world. I do not have that American Dream mentality. Our friend still talks about "my" church. I grew up in a country in Central Europe, went to a Bible Institute in another country. Then, with a grade 8 education and 3 years of basic Bible content training I served on a church planting team in another Central European country. To this day evangelicals make up 0.5% of its population. I like the catchy phrase be more "Sending capacity than seating capacity." I do believe the writer is still in a Jerusalem Church mindset (Acts 1-7), and not an Antioch Church mindset (Acts 13-29). My company serves in 120 countries. Our workers come from over 100 countries. One of my closest friends is actually from the North-West of the USA, and served on the streets of Istanbul/Turkey. The #1 thing that God's people in North America (I'm a residence in Canada) need is a GLOBAL vision and be willing serve somewhere in the dessert of Saudi Arabia or among unreached people groups in Central Europe. Yes we're in Lybia, Iraq and Afghanistan..

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Here’s What to Do When a Friend Is Depressed

Some of the most comforting people in my life lately have been the ones who are quick to say, “I’m here for you when you need me. But if you need to be alone, that is OK, too.” They have been the ones who are only a phone call away, but who have given me the permission to grieve in the ways that I have needed to grieve. They are the ones who have made their care for me known, who have offered companionship, but who haven’t taken it personally if I’ve needed some space. They are the ones who have shown up at our house with flowers, but said, “I won’t stay long. I’m just here if you need me.” Or have texted or emailed to say, “My phone is with me, call if you need.”

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BBC News coverage of terrorism – August 2015

) shows that throughout the month a total of 171 incidents took place: 117 in Judea & Samaria, 51 in Jerusalem and three incidents of missile fire from the Gaza Strip.

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Why We Should Take Fun Seriously

Even the restoration of God’s people from exile involves laughter and fun and dancing (Jeremiah 30:19; 31:4). After the return of Christ, His people will enjoy an incredible marriage feast (Revelation 19:6-10). Let’s not forget God created wine for the purpose of gladdening our hearts (Psalm 104:15). If Jesus made great wine at the wedding of Cana, how good will that heavenly vintage be? How glad will our hearts be then? What kind of reckless celebration will that be? When David brought the ark of God back to Jerusalem, he was “making merry before the Lord” (2 Samuel 6:5, 21; 1 Chronicles 13:8). He was celebrating with all his might and it was a form of worship. It was right and good to be at play before God.

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Kim Davis, ‘Lawless’ in Kentucky

There is no compelling interest here. Even assuming the validity of the Supreme Court’s decision holding that right to same-sex “marriage” is a fundamental right, no one is being denied the right to marry. As a matter of Kentucky law, the couples seeking to compel Ms. Davis herself to issue them a marriage license can obtain a marriage license from any other county in Kentucky. They can also get one from the county executive of Rowan County. And if the governor would simply call the legislature into special session to deal with the problem that has arisen since the Supreme Court’s decision in June, it would likely even be possible for other clerks in Ms. Davis’s office to issue a marriage license without its being issued on Ms. Davis’s authority (the legislature could simply remove the problematic “under [her] authority” language from the statewide uniform form), or for marriage licenses to be obtained via a statewide online system.

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The Allure of Gentleness

The other area of concern is on the issue of the Bible itself. Willard seems to affirm the inerrancy of the Scriptures: “My belief is that as God gave the Scriptures, in their original form, they were absolutely perfect.” Then he qualifies his statement: “But I don’t know of any scholar, no matter how conservative, who would point to a particular version of the Bible in any language and say, ‘That one is inerrant.’” And then he seeks to provoke the reader: “To be a biblical Christian is not to have high views about the Bible. It is to seek and know and live the life that is depicted in the Bible.” This whole section is unnecessarily provocative, and he’s unclear about the nature of the translations we have today. Willard tells us modern translations are “reliable” but doesn’t tell us why. Are they inspired and inerrant? If not, what do they lack? Answers to these questions are vital for a Christian apologetic. We must have a high view of Scriptures  and we must seek to live the life Jesus offers.

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What I Learned from Worshiping With Egypt's Christians

Eight years ago, when my husband and I moved to Cairo, I became an unlikely member of the Coptic community. We were welcomed into the largest Christian community in the Middle East and one of the oldest Christian bodies in the world. While Christians make up just 10 percent of Egypt's population, the Coptic Church’s history and unique position offers lessons for today.

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Don’t Underestimate the Doctrine of Providence

If I were having that same painful conversation in the little room tomorrow, I’m sure I wouldn’t be looking forward to it. My palms might still be sweaty. But I hope I’d have a confidence this time I didn’t have before. I hope I’d be expecting God to work for me, even through the cutting words of angry people. God’s providence doesn’t make our troubles go away, but it does frame them within his majestic and loving purposes for us. This doctrine matters for life.

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News Anchor Can't Stop Laughing Over The Name Of This Pig. His Laugh Is Contagious

Sometimes the funniest thing can be watching someone else laugh. That's definitely true here, as news anchor Robert Bradfield loses all of his composure while attempting to report the story of Chris P. Bacon, a Massachusetts pig. Robert does his best to get the story back on track but his case of the giggles is too strong. He can only decide to stop fighting it and let the laughs take over, much to our enjoyment.

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Here’s What’s Really Holding You Back from Your Calling

Jesus said He is the Good Shepherd. When the sheep run past the Shepherd, He calls them to come back. You are His sheep, and He will do it in a way you can hear it. If He should have to call you back, it’s not a sign of going outside of God’s will. It’s a sign that there is something better in a different direction.

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5 Asian-American Preachers Not Named Eugene Cho or Francis Chan... and a Couple Who Are

Pastor Dan Hyun is the pastor of Village Church in Baltimore, MD. Dan was raised in the greater Philadelphia area, receiving a degree in speech communication from Penn State University, a Masters in Divinity from Biblical Seminary, and is currently working towards the Doctor of Ministry in Urban Missiology at Biblical Seminary. Dan is passionate for God's work in the city serving with urban churches in Philadelphia and Baltimore and in 2008 led a team to start The Village Church with the hopes of expressing a multicultural expression of the Kingdom of God. Some of his interests include urban ministry, church planting, sports, pop culture, and conversations on culture, race, & ethnicity. After God, his greatest desire in life is for his wife, Judie, and two daughters.

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26 Brutally Honest Atheist Quotes Worth A Read.

Everyone likes honesty. So, I’ve collected 26 honest quotes from atheists that I have read. I think much of this will come to the surprise of many people (atheists, believers & others) who have experienced the foul tactics of Dawkins, and co. This list will certainly grow (New Atheists are never on shortage of foul, vitriolic statements), and I’ll include any new quotes in a second edition to this article.

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CMT Docs - Johnny Cash: American Rebel - Trailer

Our CMT documentary, Johnny Cash: American Rebel, premieres Saturday, September 12 at 9/8c! Johnny Cash: American Rebel celebrates the life and artistry of the Man in Black through the unique perspective of a dozen of his greatest songs, from his first No. 1 hit, "I Walk the Line," in 1957 to 2002's "Hurt," which is considered his farewell masterpiece and one of the most acclaimed music videos of all time. An epic tribute to this gifted artist, fighter of causes and legendary entertainer, this film combines original interviews with his family, friends and admirers, including John Carter Cash, Rosanne Cash, Carlene Carter, Eric Church, Sheryl Crow, Rodney Crowell, Clive Davis, Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson, John Mellencamp, Kid Rock, Rick Rubin, Willie Nelson and more. SUBSCRIBE to CMT: http://at.cmt.com/uXvwn About CMT: Welcome to CMT's official YouTube channel! Get the latest clips, trailers and extras from your favorite shows, CMT Music Awards, specials and more. Across the web: Visit CMT.COM: http://at.cmt.com/uXwLt Like CMT on FACEBOOK: http://at.

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https://www.crossway.org/books/the-biggest-story-hccase/

“So often, our kids hear individual stories from the Bible without fully understanding how these accounts are tied to the ‘biggest story’ of Christ’s ultimate victory over sin. Kevin DeYoung has linked together the Bible stories that are familiar to children into one, enthralling volume. From the first page to the last, kids will come to understand why Jesus’ death, resurrection, and ascension are truly at the center of all of history.” Jim Daly , President, Focus on the Family

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http://erlc.com/article/how-you-can-help-syrian-refugees

Jesus tells us that if we knock, the door will be opened, that if we have faith the size of a mustard seed, mountains can be moved. C.H. Spurgeon famously said that prayer is “the slender nerve that moves the muscle of omnipotence.” Let us not believe that our prayers are too small a response to this crisis!

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What Teachers Really Need for ‘Back to School’

Each Saturday morning, my wife and I pour our coffee into travel mugs and walk to a bench behind the Natural History Museum to watch our neighborhood come to life. Invariably, a student of mine will pass by with his or her parents on the way to synagogue and will stop to say hello. In these brief interactions with my students and their families, we bond beyond the walls of the school as we discover that we share the streets that connect the school and the stores where we shop and the restaurants where we eat and the places where we worship.

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Is ‘Sex Addiction’ Real or Just an Excuse?

At XXXchurch , we deal all the time with people who feel a compulsion to use pornography, a compulsion that is so strong that they feel overwhelmed by it. They feel powerless against it and need a lot of help to learn how to turn the tables on that compulsion. Are they deceiving themselves or being disingenuous when they call that compulsion an addiction?

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The Only Kind of Gospel There Is | Blog & Mablog

How has it been put away? This happened, not because we found the one guilty person in our town and drove him out with stones. It is made possible because we were given the only righteous man who ever lived, and so we took the opportunity to betray and flog Him, spit in His face, drive nails in His hands and feet, drop the cross into the hole with a thud, and then run a spear into Him in order to make sure. That’s what we do with righteousness around here. And when we did that with our only hope of righteousness, what came out was blood and water . . . our only hope of righteousness. And because blood and water came out, it is possible for any of us to believe. It is possible for you — and every other wretch up and down your street, to believe in Jesus, come to Jesus, cry out to Jesus, and be turned into a real person by Jesus. No exceptions. Whoever is weary, He said, may come. He didn’t carve out exceptions for those people who were made weary by their sick perversions. He applies His blood to those too. What a Savior.

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Innovative Apologetics: Atheists Cannot Find the Colossal Proof for Theism For the Same Reason a Thief Cannot Find a Cop

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September 11, 2001: Was God Present or Absent? | RZIM

This truth eludes our pragmatic bent and reconstructs many of the realities God intended for us to live with. English spiritual writer Anthony Bloom underscored this ailment of ours well: We complain that God does not make Himself present to us for the few minutes we reserve for Him, but what about the 23½ hours during which God may be knocking at our door and we answer, “I am busy. I am sorry.” Or when we do not answer at all because we do not even hear the knock at the door of our heart, of our mind, of our conscience, of our life. So there is a situation in which we have no right to complain of the absence of God, because we are a great deal more absent than He ever is. 2 “We complain that God does not make Himself present to us for the few minutes we reserve for Him, but what about the 23½ hours during which God may be knocking at our door and we answer, ‘I am busy. I am sorry.’”

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Innovative Apologetics: Non-denominational Church in Granbury Texas Invites You to Sunday 11:00 Services

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Innovative Apologetics: Evidence for the Exodus part 1

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Pope Asks Catholic Leaders in Europe to Take in Syrian Refugees

Tens of thousands of Syrians have fled violence from the civil war and the spread of ISIS in the country, seeking safety in European countries. The crisis has been continuous among some political leaders who have limited the number of Syrians refuge-seekers their countries will accept. In his address, Pope Francis said , "May every parish, every religious community, every monastery, every sanctuary of Europe host a family, starting from my diocese of Rome,” adding that, “the two parishes in the Vatican these days will welcome two families of refugees."

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Zelda Williams’ Message to Those Suffering from Depression: Hold on to Hope

Avoiding fear, sadness or anger is not the same thing as being happy. I live my sadness every day, but I don’t resent it anymore. Instead, I do it now so that the wonderful moments of joy I do find are not in order to forget, but to inhabit and enjoy for their own sake. It’s not easy. In fact, I’d say it takes much more effort to consciously do than it does to just stay sad, but with all my heart, I cannot tell you how worth it it is. And for those suffering from depression, I know how dark and endless that tunnel can feel, but if happiness seems impossible to find, please hold on to the possibility of hope, faint though it may be.

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Talking with Israelis about Yom Kippur: Kapparos

Talking with Israelis about Yom Kippur: Kapparos

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Heaven and the New Earth

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51 Bill Maher and Rick Santorum Spar Over Pope’s Teaching on Climate Change
52 How Secular Family Values Stack Up: A Response
53 Ashley Madison, John Oliver and Why We Need Accountability
54 Report: Nickelodeon Working on Movie Featuring a Bunch of Classic ‘90s Characters
55 https://www.crossway.org/books/the-imperfect-pastor-tpb/
56 Innovative Apologetics: New Atheism: All Bark and No Proof
57 They gathered to show off their Mohlers
58 God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: How Transcendental Analysis Defeats the Anti-theism of Bart Ehrman
59 Teen Who Traveled to Turkey to Join ISIS Before Changing Mind Could Face 30 Years in Prison
60 There Is No Objective Meaning to Life Without God
61 Remembering Johnny Cash and His Friendship with Billy Graham
62 Ligonier Ministries
63 6 reasons church is not optional for seminary students
64 Great Women from Joan of Arc to Mother Teresa
65 Preachers: Thou Shalt Not Bore People
66 Why Women’s Ministry?
67 WORLD | Aimless affection | Janie B. Cheaney | Sept. 19, 2015
68 NBC Scraps ‘Coach’ Reboot Because the World Simply Wasn’t Ready for It
69 We reveal the thirty secrets to household bliss and a happy family life
70 WORLD | The great revivalist | Marvin Olasky | Sept. 19, 2015
71 Andy Bannister on Twitter
72 "Be Patient With Them All" - 1 Thessalonians 5:12-28 a Chapel by Dr. Randy Stinson
73 WORLD | Christian ethics 101 | Bill Newton | Sept. 12, 2015
74 The Colson Center: Another Part of the Journey - Radical Life
75 Frank Turek on Twitter
76 Biola Apologetics on Twitter
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79 Tom Hardy’s Film Premiere Date Was a Real Dog
80 America After 9/11: Is Religion Evil? - Apologetics Guy
81 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
82 Answers in Genesis on Twitter
83 Gen X Christianity
84 Crossway on Twitter
85 South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley suspends licenses of two abortion clinics
86 Are Moral Truths Simply Brute Facts About the Universe? - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers