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Johnny Cash’s 10 Best Spiritual Songs

The Man in Black's path to God didn't run smooth.

12 Stats You Need to Know on Suicide Prevention Day

We need to recognize how far reaching these issues really are.

The Myth of the Dark Ages

We have all heard about the "Dark Ages" between 500 AD and 1500 AD.  Some common descriptions include: "There was a time when religion ruled the world. It is known as the Dark Ages." - Ruth Hurmenc...

Quarterlife Crisis Movies You Should Revisit

10 films that show the messiness and redemption of finding adulthood.

Hummingbird Tongue Design Gets an Upgrade

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Eric Metaxas Explains the Octopus Genome to You -- and 2 Million Others

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You Need to See This Incredible College Ad Featuring a Former Child Soldier

If you have an extra 90 seconds to spare, you should really watch this new commercial for Western Sydney University featuring the story of a former child soldier. The video tells how Deng Adut was kidnapped as boy, forced to become a child soldier and eventually became a refugee in Australia. After teaching himself to read, he went to college, became a lawyer and now dedicates his life to helping other refugees.

Bretagne the 9/11 Rescue Dog Gets The Ultimate Thank You

It’s a dog’s life…and Bretagne is loving every moment of it. As the last surviving rescue dog to work ground zero during the 9/11 attacks, the golden retriever was honored recently with the Best Birthday Party Ever. Highlights included a swanky hotel suite, lavish buffet, and the presence of pretty much every four- and two-legged friend she and handler Denise Corliss have ever met. Congratulations Bretagne. We look forward to your episode of MTV’s My Super Sweet Sixteen.

Benedict Cumberbatch Appears in New Video Urging Support for Refugees

British actor Benedict Cumberbatch has partnered with the organization Save the Children for this new video, asking viewers to help the millions of refugees displaced by violence in Syria. The spot features a song from the band Crowded House called “Help Is Coming,” a charity single which will also support the organization’s efforts to deliver aid to the refugees.

Watch a Weatherman Pronounce a 58-Letter Town Like a True Boss

British weatherman Liam Dutton isn’t intimidated by any weirdly spelled neighborhood, township, city or principality those green screen maps can throw at him. Watch as he gives an update to the small village Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwlll¬lantysiliogogogoch without flinching. This is what a true boss looks like.

This Is Why You Don’t Drive While Using a Selfie Stick

It’s no secret that driving and cell phone usage do not mix. But, just in case you need a reminder of how bad of an idea it is to operate a motor vehicle while also attempting to wield a selfie-stick, this video will be helpful. Thankfully, no one was hurt.

Bon Jovi Has Been Banned From China

It’s hard out there for a cowboy, especially one who’s been wanted dead or alive. Bon Jovi is the latest act to be banned from China. As reported by The Guardian, the move—which canceled Bon Jovi's two performances next week in Shanghai and Beijing—might have been tied to the band’s use of a backdrop featuring the Dalai Lama during a performance in Taiwan in 2010. Next week's concerts were slated to be the band’s first live appearances in the country. Previous banned acts have included Maroon 5, who were shut out after a member tweeted a birthday message to the Dalai Lama, and Oasis, for their part in a Free Tibet concert in New York in 2009.

In The New Yorker, a Rant from Lawrence Krauss Makes "Militant Atheism" Sound Pretty Good

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The Divine Game of Clue: God’s Crime Scene by J. Warner Wallace | Paul Gould

The evidence we’ve identified in the universe is best explained by an external suspect, and given the nature of this evidence, our suspect is clearly nonspatial, atemporal, nonmaterial, and uncaused. Our suspect is powerful enough to create everything we see in the universe and purposeful enough to produce a universe fine-tuned for life. Our suspect is intelligent and communicative, creative, and resourceful. As a conscious Mind, our suspect is the personal source of moral truth and obligation and the standard of goodness. Only one Being can be described in this way; only one suspect can reasonably explain the evidence in our “crime” scene: this is God’s “crime scene.” [1]

Truthbomb Apologetics: Sunday Praise: "He Is Alive" by Third Day

Welcome! It's been wisely stated that the way one answers the question, "Is there a God?" defines a life. Here at Truthbomb Apologetics we strive to offer apologetics resources to encourage and challenge both believer and unbeliever. Critical thinking is strongly encouraged, reason is a must, and all are welcomed!

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Believe

America is better when we embrace President Reagan’s “shining city … teeming with people of all kinds, living in harmony and peace.” http://www.americaisbetter.org/

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Study Finds Happiest Parents Have Four or More Kids

Parents of large families were found to have the most life satisfaction, according to a study by Australia’s Edith Cowan University. Dr. Bronwyn Harman, of the psychology and social science school at the university, spent five years studying what types of families are most content.

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DRAFTED - Why Chris Norman Said No to the NFL

“Football is one of the best things anyone could ever do… but true life — what it means to live — is all wrapped up in the way you follow Christ.” – CHRIS NORMAN

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Why Christianity Is Surging in the Heart of Islam

“People in the West measure religious freedom exclusively by the freedom of Muslims to convert,” said Schwartz, but he believes this view is too narrow. He grants that restrictions exist, and believes Islam at best “tolerates” non-Muslims. But the general freedom that Christians have to worship in much of the Arabian Peninsula issues from the Muslim faith and should be appreciated, he said.

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35. Aren't the gospels merely legends?

Nathan Betts (bit.ly/nathanbetts) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Aren't the gospels merely legends?" This video is episode 35 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": bit.ly/sabqvideo More about RZIM Canada: www.rzim.ca/

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Why Churches Need to Talk About Suicide

That on this planet we share, every 40 seconds, someone dies by suicide. Untreated depression is the leading cause of suicide. So it's all about encouraging people who struggle to know that it's OK to ask for help—and by help, I mean professional help: a licensed mental health counselor. If your car isn't working, you take it to a mechanic. If you break your arm, you go to the hospital. Mental health shouldn't be any different—if you need help, it’s OK to ask for help.

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The End of Purity Culture

The purity culture told us to wait, and it also placed a major emphasis on finding the person who will bring our waiting to an end. When we live according to this philosophy, we live like we’re on hold until we get married. Many singles live disillusioned or marry just to marry, which quickly leads to unrealistic expectations. And once marriage does happen, the once unsatisfied single may expect his or her spouse to meet all of his or her deepest needs.

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6 Times Stephen Colbert Got Serious About Faith

I am an Atheist who is the world's biggest Stephen Colbert fan. It's interesting because as an Atheist, I watched the interviews with Mr. Ehrman and Mr. Zimbardo and what I saw was a completely different interview than what was described in this article. You see what you want to see. Those who are Evangelical Christians will see the interviews as they are described in this article. I think if you are a more moderate Christian (like Stephen) you will probably see it more like a civil debate between two people where both people make good points for their side of the argument. If you are a militant Atheist you may see it as the complete opposite of what's described in this article. I am not a militant Atheist. I am a comedy fan, which is why I love Stephen. I saw it as a man playing a character who is pretending to be willfully ignorant about what the guest is talking about and has told the guest as much prior to the interview. I saw a guest who is trying to disabuse the character Stephen of his ignorance. Stephen wants the guest to have fun and the audience to laugh. When he is doing his show, his main goal is to try to be funny, not to try to score a victory for Christianity.

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Making the Most of the Meantime

View your time in “the waiting room” as a season of growth and development and you’ll find you’ll be that much more ready when “the moment” finally arrives. Waiting for answers can be one of the most grueling seasons of life, but with the proper perspective, you may look back on these periods as some of the most formative and meaningful times of life. So make the most of it. What are you waiting for?

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Kentucky Clerk Will Return to Work on Monday

As protesters back away, Davis’ supporters are planning to turn out in support of the clerk. A gathering described as showing expressions of Christian love will take place outside the Rowan County Courthouse to when Davis returns, organized by the producers of the faith-based movie “Audacity.” Executive Producer Ray Comfort said he expects thousands to show up at the promotional event, where t-shirts and copies of the movie will be distributed to the clerk’s many fans. A plane is scheduled fly overhead with a four-story rainbow banner advertising the film.

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Ashley Madison, John Oliver and Why We Need Accountability

Thank you for this article! As someone who came back to church after a few years away, I found the "accountability partner" concept particularly bizarre and haven't had the greatest experiences with it. This article makes a great point about having someone you already know and trust but not necessarily a best friend. I once had a brand new acquaintance try to fill the role, and it was one of the most awkward experiences ever. Thanks for the advice!

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Trump Accepts Colbert’s Dare; Will Appear on ‘Late Show’

GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump and new Late Show host Stephen Colbert are going to meet face-to-face . Just weeks after Colbert issued, “not an invitation,” but a dare to Trump to come on his late-night talk show, Trump has announced he will pay Colbert a visit. On his opening night as the CBS show’s new host, Colbert spent nearly five minutes poking fun at Donald Trump and his polarizing campaign, so the announcement comes as somewhat of a surprise from both camps. Either way, it should make for some interesting TV. Tonight, the Donald will be a guest on NBC’s Tonight Show, where his conversation with Jimmy Fallon will likely be a bit friendlier.

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The Spiritual Consequences of Tech Addiction

Plan your consumption. Smartphones are useful and always with us. But that doesn’t mean we really need to check them 50 times a day. Constant checking interrupts our flow, thinking, prayer, conversations and work. I consciously connect just two to four times per day. Define how many times you’ll pull out your device, when those times will be and how long you’ll be on. I actually set a timer, and every time it goes off, I swipe to close Instagram or Twitter or Facebook or Snapchat. I’m growing in the self-discipline I should have as a follower of Christ.

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Why Women’s Ministry?

Even though a women’s ministry program isn’t essential, it may be most helpful to organize and formalize ministry among women in one way or another. You know where I’m about to go. We must go there—to Titus 2, where Paul instructs Titus to lead his church in such a way that men and women are serving specifically as godly men and godly women, and specifically as godly older and younger men and women. The famous command for older women to teach younger women “what is good” (Titus 2:3) arrives in the context of a letter that glories in the eternal doctrines of the gospel and how they’re lived out in all the ordered layers of God’s people together in a local worshiping body. 

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Do You Know How We Got the Bible?

After someone reads the book and views the six video sessions, I want them to know that whenever they gather with brothers and sisters who trust the truth of Scripture they stand in a succession of faithfulness that stretches all the way back to the apostles. Trust in the absolute truthfulness of Scripture isn’t a recent innovation; it’s woven deeply throughout every fiber of the faith that’s been passed down through the ages.

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There are more atheists and agnostics entering Harvard than Protestants and Catholics

The Crimson’s poll and Pew’s survey are not perfect comparisons since they appear to ask about religious identification differently. Pew provides the opportunity for respondents to say they are not religious. The Crimson doesn’t appear to have a category for those who don’t identify with religion at all, except for the categories of atheists and agnostics.

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Planting Seeds of Truth in Your Public School

Misinformation about the “separation of church and state” has led many educators and school officials to censor any mention that Thanksgiving is about thankfulness to God, Christmas the birth of Christ, and Easter his death and resurrection. Equipped with the legal truth, however, you can bring joy to the teachers at your school who wish they could recognize such holidays like their schools did when they were young. The good news is they can. The sad news is they don’t know it.

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LeBron James Is Going to Help Parents Get Their GEDs

Just weeks after announcing that he would be paying for more than 2,000 young students in his home state of Ohio to go to college, Lebron James has unveiled a new part of his “I PROMISE” campaign that will help their parents. In a partnership between the LeBron James Family Foundation and Project Lean of Summit County, the basketball star’s organization will assist the parents of the 2,300 at-risk children currently benefitting from the campaign, which will pay for the college tuition of students who eventually graduate high school (while meeting outlined academic goals).

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Oh No. Man Bun Fedoras Might Be a Thing Now

We have some very unsettling news to report. The site Capitol Hill Seattle Blog has spotted a truly disturbing trend: Small fedoras specifically designed to rest on top of hipster man buns. Aside from this image posted on the blog, there has not yet been a man bun fedora actually spotted in the wild, but at this point it may be only a matter of time before the upsetting fashion statement makes it to the streets.

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Crossway on Twitter

Why most of us hate silence. And why we need it: http://cway.to/1UEvtqo  pic.twitter.com/qVtX5jFrCW

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Would Jesus Vote?

I’ve always been taught that voting was an important part of being a “good Christian” in America, but I’ve recently started questioning whether that is biblical. After all, Jesus didn’t get involved in politics during His time on earth. Are Christians called to participate in elections or stay out of politics?

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6 reasons church is not optional for seminary students

Whenever I hire a staff member, I will always get around to asking what he did in seminary. Where did he go to church? How did he serve when no one was paying him to do the job? If the Holy Spirit and a man’s calling don’t compel him to love and serve the church, he won’t do it well for a paycheck either.

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What Do We Make of '90 Minutes in Heaven'?

The slow-developing movie focuses far more on the pain both Piper (Hayden Christensen) experienced and his family, especially his wife (Kate Bosworth), endured as he lay in hospital beds for months—suffocating with a desire to return to heaven and unwilling to communicate either about his NDE or what was happening in his soul. The slowness of the scenes accentuates the slowness of his recovery. But recover he did, to find a purpose in life—to tell people that heaven is real and that prayer really works.

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Don’t Let The Media Control Your Experience of Election 2016

That conversation has stayed with me. It reminds me that one of the biggest forces in an election year isn’t the candidates themselves but the journalists who want to win your eyeballs — on print pieces, online articles, television talk shows, or viral videos. There are more stories available to journalists when there are multiple candidates grappling for power and prestige.

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Standing on the shoulders of giants: The preacher and his books

One of my favorite quotes is from Sir Isaac Newton, discoverer of the law of gravity. In a letter to Robert Hooke on February 5, 1676, Newton wrote, “If I have seen farther, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” Newton saw farther than anyone had before, precisely because he was willing to learn from those who had gone before him. Just imagine what life would be like if all anyone ever knew was the knowledge they accumulated on their own. There would be no electricity, no light bulb, no telephone, no computers, no cars, no airplanes, no space travel, and, gasp, no iPhone. But because men learned from those who had gone before, these inventions and many more were possible. Sadly, many preachers like to work in an anti-intellectual vacuum, gleaning nothing from the God-gifted men who have gone before them. God has especially equipped the body of Christ with teachers, evangelist, and pastors. I thank God for men like Justin Martyr, Tertullian, Augustine, Anselm, Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Newton, John Bunyan, Jonathan Edwards, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, and a host of others, who are, without a doubt, God’s gifts to the church.

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Student Apologetics Training - Watermark Dallas

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30 Why Christianity rather than Judaism or Islam? | Reasonable Faith

The short answer to your question of why Christianity rather than Islam or Judaism, Sultan, is Jesus of Nazareth. While Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are the world’s three great monotheistic faiths, genetically related and so having much in common, what divides them is their account of Jesus. I think that neither Judaism nor Islam gives a satisfactory historical account of the person and work of Jesus of Nazareth.

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How to Operate Like a Cold Case Detective - Los Angeles Magazine

But look at the big picture: “My background is in the visual arts, so I’m always looking at crime scenes, trying to assess their composition the same way you would assess the composition of a piece of art. I’m inclined to look at it and ask myself why is every piece in the position that I see it in. I will very rarely bring a case to the D.A. that’s not visually represented in some way. So if you’re going to say, ‘Why should this piece of evidence be considered important?’ Let me show you why: If the victim had left it here, it would look like this; if it was part of the original scene, it would look like this—but this is how it really looks. You can learn a lot from blood spatter. If a knife blade is pointing outward, it’s going to make a certain kind of spatter. Blood spatter can actually tell you where the attack occurred. It can tell you at times about how tall the attacker was, or whether the guy was lying down. I love that stuff because visually you can communicate that to a jury.”

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Rosaria Butterfield on the Pro-Choice Mindset

What's the biggest thing Christians need to grasp about engaging the pro-choice mindset? Read more of Rosaria Butterfield​'s story here: http://www.thegospelcoalition.org/art...

33 The Atheist Who Didn't Exist

Yet when one pokes at popular atheism, many of the arguments used to prop it up quickly unravel. The Atheist Who Didn't Exist is designed to expose some of the loose threads on the cardigan of atheism, tug a little, and see what happens. Blending humour with serious thought, Andy Bannister helps the reader question everything, assume nothing and, above all, recognise lazy scepticism and bad arguments. Be an atheist by all means: but do be a thought-through one.

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Is Lying Ever Justified?

Tollefsen argues persuasively and powerfully that false assertion violates the good of personal integrity. The one who asserts falsely has a judgment that something is the case (I have lived in Princeton) but chooses to communicate in a way that contradicts that judgment by asserting, “I have never lived in Princeton.” To assert falsely is to commit an act of self-induced practical schizophrenia. The one who asserts falsely intentionally creates a lack of harmony between the inner believing self and the outer communicating self. Thus, the one who asserts falsely intentionally damages the good of personal integrity. If it is intrinsically evil to act against basic human goods, then false assertion should never be the means chosen even to secure important social or political goods or to avoid evils, including death.

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7 Questions Wives of Porn Addicts Often Ask

I wish you would. My wedding date is set for next summer, to a man I’ve been with for 7 years. I don’t know if I can go through with it now. This is a man I thought was God’s gift to me after an abusive, alcoholic 15 year marriage. Imagine my surprise when I grabbed his iPad to do something and found he’s been answering classifieds, posting pictures of him ejaculating in various places in our home, when he has been unable to have sex with me for over 6 months. He claimed it was stress – and he was under a bunch of it…so I believed him. He says he has not met these women but there are conversations and personal pornographic photos shared between them. He says he didn’t cheat on me. Really? Then why look for a woman to share that with locally? An affair would almost be better! I could compete with 1 woman, I cannot compete with EVERY woman!! I am so hurt. When I found out I left open a picture he posted, of himself masterbating and ejaculating in MY bathroom, open on his iPad, with my engagement ring on it, and I left the house. I came home and he had left, taken his 2 porn computers/iPad and left my engagement ring.

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Learning to Linger in a Spotify Age

I’m convinced that inconvenience is often a gift. It feels counterintuitive, but it’s true. Inconvenience can be God’s way of slowing us down when we don’t want to. It forces us to recognize the seemingly mundane. Buying a $10 album is a speed bump to instant gratification, but there’s often a hidden reward. In college, I spent months with the same CD in my car stereo simply because I couldn’t afford more. The result was a deep exploration of music I wouldn’t have given a full hour to if I were streaming. Reading a 300-page book sure takes more time than following a Twitter feed, but wrestling with an author’s argument to the final page can be a rich learning experience.

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George R.R. Martin’s New Book 'Winds of Winter' Will Come Out Next Year…Maybe

So there you have it. Winter is indeed coming, and as long as that pesky meteor doesn’t hit, we might even have a new book to read before the white walkers get us all.

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Satanic Temple Wants to Place Their Massive Monument on Arkansas Capitol Grounds

The Satanic Temple believes it has found a new home for its massive monument of demonic deity Baphomet: The Arkansas Capitol. The state's government grounds is currently home to a large monument of the Ten Commandments, but officials recently rejected a proposal for a different religious monument by a Hindu group. The Satanic Temple first built the giant statue—which features two children at the feet of a goat-headed, winged and hoofed deity sitting on a pentagram-emblazoned throne—to be placed at the Oklahoma State Capitol. Shortly after its construction, officials ruled that its own Ten Commandments statue violated the constitution. The Satanic Temple may face a fight when it attempts to come to Arkansas, though. The governor told reporters this summer, “We don't want just every group putting a statue on the capitol grounds. We want it to be exclusive; we want it to be reasoned. We want it to be reflective.”

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What is God calling me to? Your past could be key to your future

In fact, my first three years in school were marked by vocational uncertainty. I could tell you what I didn’t believe God’s call on my life entailed, but I couldn’t tell you what it did mean. I was certain I wasn’t called to be a pastor. I thought maybe it was to some sort of educational ministry but at that time my understanding of such a thing was limited to the educational minister that I had observed in our most recent church home. That sense of calling, however, wasn’t out of conviction. It was out of default. I just didn’t know what else was out there. As I learned more, I began to question more. What is it that God’s called me to do?

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Billie Holiday to Grace the Apollo Theater in Hologram Form

Billie Holiday is the latest in a growing line of musicians to get their own hologram. Doing the heavy lifting is Hologram USA—who will bring Lady Day to the Apollo Theater in November for a series of interactive performances. In addition to singing the blues, the hologram will also act as a guide, providing a history of the storied theater. (The real Miss Holiday made her debut at the venue at the age of 19.) As creepy as this news might be, is it wrong that we’re left secretly hoping for a hologram Billie Holiday and Hologram Tupac duet?

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Can Naturalists Explain Where Life Originated? - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

Every good detective learns the importance of simple investigative questions that start with “what,” “when,” “where,” “why,” and “how”. Scientists investigating the origin of life simply cannot answer the “where” question, but that isn’t the only question they can’t answer. In God’s Crime Scene, I also describe their inability to answer the “when,” “why,” and “how” questions. One reason these questions are so difficult to answer may simply be there refusal to ask another important investigative question beginning with “who”. The impersonal laws of physics and chemistry cannot account for the origin of life. There is, however, a personal force who better explains the existence of life in our universe. A personal, all-powerful Creator God best explains the incredible, otherwise inexplicable presence of life in our universe.

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If Time Continues Forever, Is That An Actual Infinite Amount of Time?

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org In 2011 Dr William Lane Craig spoke at the Forum of Christian Leaders (FOCL) in Hungary. While they he spoke on the topic, "Five Arguments for Theism" and took questions from the audience to accompany his lecture. In this clip, Dr Craig answers the question, "If time continue forever, is that an actual infinite number of things?" We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: http://www.youtube.com/reasonablefait... Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reasonablefai...

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How same-sex marriage will be used as a weapon against religious conservatives

It seems like every day I am getting a messages from some Christian friend about how his or her co-workers, family or friends are attacking the traditional definition of marriage. And I tell them not to respond directly, but to instead write about it under an alias. It seems like we can no longer even speak in defense of traditional marriage without running into all kinds of legal problems from people who are “offended”. Somehow, their offending us with their view doesn’t draw any ire from the law. But the reverse is not true – it’s open season on pre-sexual-revolution views of dating, sex and marriage.

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Phat News! Surge Is Back on Shelves

We’ve got some totally phat news for you '90s lovers out there! Surge soda, the sugary energy drink seventh graders would covertly buy at 7-11 so their parents wouldn’t find out 20 years ago, is back by somewhat popular demand. After a limited run of the tangy, caffeine infused beverage sold out on Amazon last year, the Coca Cola company decided it would be a good idea to put it back it stores. The company has posted a map showing where you can find it. Finally, a sweet, delicious liquid to wash down all that Fun Dip you’ve been hoarding for the last two decades.

46 California State Assembly Approves Assisted Suicide Bill

The California State Assembly has approved a new measure that would make it legal for doctors in the state to assist terminally ill patients in ending their own lives. It will now go to the state Senate where experts believe it will likely pass. Physician-assisted suicide remains high controversial, though it is legal in states including Washington, Oregon, Vermont and Montana. According to the rules proposed in the new The End of Life Option Act, two doctors must both say that a person has less than six months to live before the prescription for drugs to end their life will be given at their request.

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Kevin Vanhoozer’s 55 Theses on Pastors as Public Theologians

Pastors preside over the quintessential public theological act of celebrating the Lord’s Supper, itself a ministry of the eschatological reality that, because of their common union with Christ in faith through the Spirit, believers enjoy as communion with the living God and with one another, despite penultimate differences of race, class, and gender.

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Ask Kevin: How Should Christians Share the Gospel with Practicing Homosexuals?

Ask Kevin: How Should Christians Share the Gospel with Practicing Homosexuals?

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Hungarian Camerawoman Apologizes for Kicking Refugees

The camerawoman working for Hungarian new station N1TV has issued an apology for violently kicking and tripping refugees attempting to break free from a police barrier. Petra Laszlo was fired after a video of the event spread across the Internet. Among those she tripped were a young girl and a man carrying a boy in his arms. She told a local newspaper she was “truly sorry,” explaining, “I am just a woman, a mother who is now unemployed, who made a bad decision in a panicked situation. It’s hard to make good decisions at a time when people are in a panic and many hundreds of people are rushing at you.” She said she wanted people to know that she is not, “a heartless, racist, children-kicking camerawoman.”

50 Now Spotify Can Prove Who’s the Hipsterist of Them All

Are you cool? Like really, really cool? Just in case there’s any doubt in your mind, let Spotify clear it up for you. Today, the streaming behemoth introduced a new feature called “ Found Them First .” As the name implies, it’ll tell you if you were among the first listeners of any band that currently has more that 20 million streams. For those music fans who might not be in the 15 percent elite who can see this ranking, they’ve also included a function that provides a personal playlist—so you can discover a few of your new favorite next big things ... and the bragging rights to go with it.

51 Biola Apologetics on Twitter
52 The Best News You Can Possibly Imagine
53 NPR Politics on Twitter
54 The God Particle | Reasonable Faith
55 Brett Kunkle on Twitter
56 Putting the cookies on the lowest shelf
57 Marriage—Why Two? Why Not Three or More?
58 Lee Strobel on Twitter
59 Crossway on Twitter
60 Sunday Quote!- Our Cultural Concepts of Christianity
61 Nabeel Qureshi on Twitter
62 https://www.crossway.org/books/kept-for-jesus-tpb/
63 AMC Has Officially Picked Up Seth Rogen’s Supernatural Series ‘Preacher’
64 Albert Mohler on Twitter
65 How Can We Stand on Scripture in an Evolution-Pushing Culture?
66 UN Report Shows World’s Child Mortality Rate Has Fallen Dramatically
67 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
68 Answers in Genesis on Twitter
69 Childhood Just Got Cooler: Check Out Third Man Records’ New Turntable
70 Dr. Michael L. Brown on Twitter
71 A few great and free apologetics aps
72 Adam W. Greenway on Twitter
73 Book Review: "Theology as Retrieval" by W. David Buschart and Kent D. Eilers
74 Pastor Mark Driscoll on Twitter
75 Hungarian Camerawoman Fired For Kicking Refugees
76 Ligonier Ministries
77 Metric Streams New Album, 'Pagans in Vegas'
78 Prof's syllabus says don't say 'God bless you' in his class - The College Fix
79 Should women to complain about their husbands for minor things?
80 Josh McDowell on Twitter
81 Discussion on transcendent properties as evidence for God's existence
82 How Do We Know the New Testament Is Unaltered?
83 https://www.crossway.org/books/the-imperfect-pastor-tpb/