Top Videos
The Gospel at Work | Sept 23-24 | Richmond VA

The "Gospel At Work" conferences exists to helps Christians think biblically about their jobs and to live out their faith at their workplaces in extraordinary, gospel-centered ways. The Richmond conference will be held Sept 23-24. Click for more info.

This New Beck Video Is Wild

Beck has released a new music video for his latest single “Wow,” and it’s pretty nuts. Using vivid colors, hi-res slow-mo and a bunch of cowboys, the video is surreal a sensory overload. There’s no word yet on a new album release date, but “Wow" marks his first new song in two years.

In Conclusion: An Overview of the Body's Amazing, Irreducibly Complex Systems

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

Intelligent Design Is the Backdrop for a Dan Brown-Style Thriller -- Bruce Buff's The Soul of the Matter

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

Common Questions About Trying To Do An Apologetics Ministry On A Major College Campus

In 2004, I started going to the Ohio State University and engaging students for the truth claims of Christianity. I did hundreds of surveys with students and certainly begin to see some of the obje…

Arguments for the Existence of God III– The Contingency Argument

A One-Stop Shop for All Things Biblical and Christian

What Happened at the Council of Nicea?

For those that are interested, this was a panel discussion on the Trinity channel. I presented more of the Biblical evidence for the deity of Messiah/Triune nature of God. Yes, I may be looking up …

Michael Behe: Is That MEGA-Plate Antibiotic Resistance Video Evidence for Evolution, or Devolution?

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

This Powerful New Netflix Documentary ‘The White Helmets’ Features the Heroes of the Syrian Civil War

Here’s a look at the new short documentary from Netflix that shows a group known as “The White Helmets”—a Nobel Peace Prize nominated collection of volunteers that attempts to save lives after bombings in Syria. The group has saved more than 60,000 lives in the country, during the years-long, brutal civil war. As the trailer notes, hundreds of bombs are dropped across the country every day, and thousands of civilians have been killed. The mission of the White Helmets is to save lives no matter where they are. The trailer looks powerful (warning, it does contain some graphic images of war). The film drops tomorrow.

[View All Videos]

Top News
1
An Interview with Marine and Apologist Jason Ladd

I've been reading and listening to Ravi Zacharias for years now. Frank Turek is super engaged with our culture and has an active presence speaking to our youth in the universities. Dinesh D'Souza--thought widely know now for his political commentary--skillfully lays out arguments for the faith. And I'm becoming a huge fan of Os Guinness.

2
WORLD on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

3
The Globe Is Warming, But It’s Not Your Fault!

Though it is relatively easy to estimate the amount of heat that greenhouse gases absorb and emit back toward the earth (climatologists call this “forcing”), it is much more difficult to determine how the planet will adjust to the additional heat (climatologists call this “feedback”). Essentially all the current climate models have overestimated the global temperature in the past and future. Many climatologists believe that there are stronger positive feedbacks within the climate than negative feedbacks. In other words, they believe that the climate amplifies warming caused by greenhouse gases rather than moderating it. If that were true, why hasn’t the global temperature already gone out of control? Negative feedback systems, like the thermostat in your house, are known to lead to stability; whereas positive feedback systems often lead to instability, like the deafening audio feedback when a speaker and a microphone are put too close together. It seems more likely that our climate is dominated by negative feedbacks since Earth’s temperature has been amazingly stable for at least 2,000 years with only a 1.

4
Crossway on Twitter

We are absolutely dependent on God, in the most complete sense. http://cway.to/1NLvFfj  pic.twitter.com/WlvQ5fhLf9

5
3 Lessons from Netflix’s Adaptation of ‘The Little Prince’

The story also offers moments of allegory; in fact, some argue the entire narrative is an allegory. For example, when the Little Prince is on his way to earth, he meets a myriad of characters, all of them portraits of the consuming and hindering effects of hubris. He meets a king who claims to rule over all with absolute power; he exercises his power over the sun by ordering it to set . . . . but only at sunset. The Little Prince is not fooled, for he sees the king’s “power” is no more than a farce. He’s trying to make himself seem important, but his significance is a vapor.

6
The Biggest Temple in Town

How much am I building my life around my favorite team and its games, and what important things in life are suffering because of this growing priority? Am I getting so attached to this team and to this season that I’m neglecting much more important realities like family, friends, work, studies, and most significantly the stirring of my heart for Jesus? Am I closer to him because of sports, or are the games subtly moving me away by eclipsing him in my heart?

7
Life-Risking Courage in the Cause of Love

Blessed are you when others revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you. You are the salt of the earth, but if salt has lost its taste, how shall its saltiness be restored? It is no longer good for anything except to be thrown out and trampled under people’s feet. You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven. (Matthew 5:11–16)

8
Find a Friend to Wound You

And of course, friends must be more than this — after all, we aren’t Pavlovian puppies to be shocked every day. But in a world of political correctness and hyper-sensitivity to criticism, such friends with backbones are nearly as extinct as they are unwelcomed — even within the church.

9
Jesus central in my life, says mother of 100 bone fractures family - premier

10
Have You Made Busyness an Idol?

I don’t know about you, but I often find that it’s when I’m most busy that the really important stuff happens to me. My friend calls late at night needing to talk. Or my husband and I need to have a heart-to-heart. In the middle of a stressful work day, there’s an opportunity for me to encourage a colleague at work.

11
Instagram photo by J Warner Wallace • Sep 17, 2016 at 11:19pm UTC

12
WORLD on Twitter

Life as a dhimmi in medieval Islamic Spain: And what it can teach American Christians today https://world.wng.org/2016/09/life_as_a_dhimmi_in_medieval_islamic_spain … pic.twitter.com/rRi5Qu8khy

13
Correcting four myths about the history of the Crusades

The verdict seems unanimous. From presidential speeches to role-playing games, the crusades are depicted as a deplorably violent episode in which thuggish Westerners trundled off, unprovoked, to murder and pillage peace-loving, sophisticated Muslims, laying down patterns of outrageous oppression that would be repeated throughout subsequent history. In many corners of the Western world today, this view is too commonplace and apparently obvious even to be challenged.

14
Ligonier Ministries on Twitter

If you don't hold to sola gratia you can't hold to sola fide. — @RCSproul #ligcon pic.twitter.com/Uh4bNZr52m

15
Instagram photo by @louiegiglio • Sep 17, 2016 at 2:42pm UTC

16
Gold-Clad LSU Holds Off State, 23-20

Late in the fourth quarter, LSU was stopped inches short of a first down at the Mississippi State 34-yard line. Fitzgerald was forced to leave the game when his helmet came off, and reserve Damien Williams entered to lead the Bulldogs to their first touchdown of the evening. His 24-yard pass to Donald Gray on fourth-and-4 kept the drive alive, and a 27-yard pass to Ross gave the Bulldogs first-and-goal at the LSU 3. Two plays later, Williams ran for a 1-yard touchdown.

17
My Attachment to St. Augustine

A number of Christians have found my attachment to St. Augustine of Hippo (AD 354–430) peculiar. Some probably think St. Augustine belongs exclusively to the Roman Catholic Church, and perhaps they mistakenly assume that no Protestant can genuinely appreciate a Catholic saint. But what these Christians fail to realize is that Augustine is as historically and theologically important to Protestants as he is to Catholics (agreeing with Westminster Seminary theologian Carl Trueman’s assessment). In other words, Augustine is a universal Christian voice within Western Christendom. Reformed theologians John Owen and Benjamin Warfield shared a respectful attachment to St. Augustine. Interestingly, Augustine is not especially well liked or appreciated in Eastern Christendom among the Eastern Orthodox. For example, Eastern Christendom views him as far too pessimistic concerning original sin.

18
Yes, It's Possible to Doubt Toward Faith

I love Bobby Conway . I just wanted to say that up front before I tell you about his important new book. I love Bobby’s heart, his “perfect imperfection”, his humility and his transparency. I also love that he’s one of the few full-time pastors in the country who is also an accomplished Christian Case Maker. Bobby gets it. He’s both the pastor of Life Fellowship Church in Huntersville, North Carolina and the face of the One Minute Apologist video series. Bobby has been shepherding a smart, apologetically engaged church for some time now, but he will be quick to tell you that, even as the informed leader of this community, he’s not immune to doubt. Bobby is an excellent example: Even those who are fully aware of the strength of the case for Christianity are sometimes susceptible to questioning.

19
WORLD on Twitter

Fire the coach: Unchurched life counselors are not what Christians need https://world.wng.org/2016/09/fire_the_coach … pic.twitter.com/b4qXYkOE72

20
Why Claiming belief is a Psychological Crutch Backfires

I just had the opportunity to listen to a recent Unbelievable? podcast where Christian biologist Zachary Ardern squared off against Peter Atkins, debating the topic " The Case from Science For & Against God ." Atkins is an avowed atheist and is steeped in philosophical naturalism and scientism . He even said near the end of the interview (about 55:35 and following) that science is really the only way to discover truth and if one isn't leveraging science as the ultimate arbitrar of truth people are "not fulfilling their human capability."1 I guess that means we should shutter all the humanities departments at the colleges as a huge waste of money!

21
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.

22
Was the God of the Bible Copied from Ancient Myths? | Christian Apologetics

My article is only a brief literary/historical analysis (really, more of an observation), based on a broader argument for “Original Monotheism.’ If you wish to study the argument in a more robust form – (i.e. from, cultural anthropology, mythological studies, & linguistics) then you should check out Winfried Corduan’s book, “In the Beginning God: A Fresh Look at the Case for Original Monotheism.” Corduan’s book is based on the work of 19th C. German scholar, Wilhelm Schmidt from his massive 12 volume, “Der Ursprung der Gottesidee.”

23
All Navy Sailors Must Undergo Transgender Education by July 2017 | The Stream

This is absolutely unbelievable. This is the exact reason that I left the Navy I knew this was going to happen. Let’s not be coy. The whole reason that this transgender bathroom thing that has taken front stage in society and now has spilled over into the military is not to make society more tolerant of people who are different. It’s designed to reinforce error in transgender people so they can go deeper and deeper into their psychological fantasy world. This is the whole problem transgender people faced from the beginning. If we are taking about a man that thinks he’s a woman…he’s dressed like a woman, talked like a woman and acted like a woman. All his actions tell him he’s a woman, but there’s one problem. He’s been ridiculed for using the women’s restroom or arrested up to this point. But that’s not therapeutic for the transgender person. It doesn’t reinforce in his mind his persistent error. Instead, it creates a contradiction in his mind that says he might not be a woman and that his thinking his subjective.

24
Donald Trump Calls for Permanently Banning Taxpayer Funding of Abortions | LifeNews.com

The first order of business for Clinton and her friends at the abortion company is to force Americans to pay for abortions with their tax dollars by attempting to overturn the Hyde Amendment, which has protected Americans from funding most all abortions since the late 1970s. Upheld by the Supreme Court, the Hyde Amendment is now a target of abortion advocates who have moved from pro-choice to pro-abortion — forcing Americans not only to accept unlimited abortions before birth but to pay for them.

25
The Danger of Teaching Kids to Be True to Themselves

Our family went to a gathering Sunday where I ended up talking to a teenager for a while. He was wearing some kind of metal band shirt that looked pretty creepy, so I decided to ask him about it. Our conversation went something like this:

26
Bleacher Report on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

27
H.B. Charles, Jr.: I Was a Teenage Pastor

Would you let a high school senior serve as the pastor of your church? H. B. Charles, Jr., pastor of Jacksonville, Florida’s Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist church and organizer of the Cutting It Straight Expository Preaching Conference, would advise against it—but that’s probably because he knows firsthand what it’s like to try to lead a church at the young age of 17.

28
James Bewers on Twitter

Miles: "It wasn't perfect in any way, but we got a real good start in conference play." #LSU

29
Olive Garden Is Bringing Back Its ‘Never Ending Pasta Pass’ for People Who Love Carb Loading

Oh boy. Olive Garden has announced that it is about to bring back its “ Never Ending Pasta Pass ,” a magical card that entitles holders to unlimited amounts of pasta and soda for a period of seven, carb-filled weeks. They go on sale on Thursday at 1:30. Each one costs $100 and a little bit of your soul. However, last year, they were all sold out in literally a matter of seconds. (This year, 21,000 will be made available.)

30
Crossway on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

31
Exposing Mecca, the Kaaba, and the Qibla (Jay Smith and Hatun Tash)

https://www.pfander.uk Muslims believe that the Kaaba was built by Abraham and Ishmael, and that the city of Mecca was was a trading center for centuries before the time of Muhammad. But does the historical and archaeological evidence support Muslim belief? In this video, Jay Smith and Hatun Tash tell Muslims the truth about Mecca, the Kaaba, and the Qibla. For more on the pagan origins of Islam, watch these videos by David Wood: "The Truth about the Hajj": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rxj41... "The Truth about Ramadan": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGysO... "Inside the Kaaba": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UW6AZ...

32
Embarrassing Testimony Confirms the Gospels

I'm sure you could list more pros and cons but this should make my point. When we write an auto-biography or even a biography of someone we love we do our best to leave out embarrassing details. In the Gospel narratives we find detail after detail that is embarrassing. The question we have to ask ourselves is this; What did the author have to gain by telling this detail? Obviously if it is embarrassing he has more to lose than gain. So why would he make it up? This sort of reasoning lends the investigator to infer they are telling the truth. Therefore, let us look at some of the embarrassing details in the Gospel accounts…

33
Love the One You’re With

The very essence of sacrificial love is accommodating another rather than expecting another to accommodate self. Taking Lewis's insight, then, we should be suspicious of our tendency to admire only those characteristics we approve of in our spouse and to revise those we don't. When remembering a deceased spouse, this is bad enough; you aren't loving her, but an edited memory of her. When serving a living spouse, it is worse; you aren't pursuing her, but what you hope she would be. Far better is to love the original, not your revised edition. After all, you're an original, too.

34
ASKDrBrown

Michael Brown has spent years committed to spiritual awakening, moral and cultural reformation, and for the salvation of the Jewish People. Thank you for standing with us to make this possible. Together we are making a difference! Thanks so much for standing with us! Your partnership helps enable us to: 1) Proclaim salvation to the Jewish people and equip the Body for Jewish ministry 2) Be a voice of moral, cultural and spiritual revolution 3) Preach revival and repentance to the nations 4) Train workers for the harvest in America and throughout the world 5) Be agents of reformation and revival in the Church 6) Advance the Kingdom of God through radio broadcasts, television programing, books, free resources, and much more! As a token of our thanks, all those that sign up to become monthly torchbearers and give at least $25 per month will receive: 1) A new message from Dr. Brown every month on CD 2) A 15% discount on all online purchases of any size 3) Free and unlimited access to Dr. Brown's video-on-demand classes online (valued at $50 per class) Be assured that your faithful support is helping us make a major difference in many, many lives.

35
Denny Burk on Twitter

LSU will not beat Ole Miss or Bama with 23-point-run-the-clock-out football. They're ending this game with a wimper. #LSUvsMSU #GeauxTigers

36
Report: 300,000 People Have Been Killed in Syria’s Civil War

Just days after a temporary cease-fire was announced among factions in the country, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has made a grim announcement about the country’s long-running civil war. According to the group, since 2011 when fighting began, 301,781 people have been killed. Out of those, 86,000 were civilians. More than 15,000 were children.

37
Live Webcast

serves as the eighth president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, the moral and public policy agency of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination. A widely-sought cultural commentator, Moore has been recognized by a number of influential organizations. The Wall Street Journal has called him “vigorous, cheerful, and fiercely articulate” while The Gospel Coalition has referred to him “one of the most astute ethicists in contemporary evangelicalism.” An ethicist and theologian by background, Moore is also an ordained Southern Baptist minister and the author of several books including

38
http://creation.com/bible-historical?utm_content=buffer1f17a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Third, any cosmologist will tell you that clocks in different locations run at different rates. GPS satellites have to take this into account to work properly. Creation cosmology uses that fact to explain how we can see light from stars that are billions of light-years away if the universe is only 6,000 years old. See our astronomy and astrophysics Q&A .

39
Christians, Let's Not Give In to Pessimism | The Stream

From my own personal observations, America, in reality versus the hysteria and rantings of the Internet and cable television, is not hovering on collapse.  My knowledge of America is hardly comprehensive. But I don’t entirely live in an insulated bubble. I travel all over the country, usually by car, sometimes by train, avoiding airplanes and airports. I stay at Holiday Inn Express, eat at Cracker Barrel and downtown diners, talk to fellow train passengers and fellow hotel guests at the breakfast bar. Some of my most extensive conversations are with cab drivers but also waitresses, desk clerks, fellow tourists at historic sites, and shop keepers. Almost every day I walk four or five miles in different neighborhoods, observing people, commerce and regional habits.

40
George Clooney's Organization Uncovers Corruption That Is Fueling War in South Sudan

The Sentry found that a number of [South Sudanese President Salva Kii’s] relatives are involved in a wide range of business ventures … The Sentry found that even Kiir’s 12-year-old son held a 25 percent stake in a holding company formed just a few months ago. Several of his children have held stakes in banks, some while they were teenagers

41
Doubt: A Splinter In The Mind

Horrifying so, doubt is no stranger to our time. And capturing the zeitgeist of our changing times is quite the project. We live in a multi-textured culture that is replete with innumerable beliefs, opinions, ideas, and life philosophies. Ours is a culture of doubt and longing, faith and questioning, searching and probing. And much of the doubt has been accelerated by fast-paced change. Our culture is living between the tension of what we once were and what we are now becoming. And for many, waiting in the blank space between the definition of what we were and the search to define what we are becoming feels for the moment confusing, and even a bit uncomfortable…

42
Be Careful Not to Minimize Your Sunday

What are we teaching people? Even in our proper excitement of good things we can unwittingly cast a shadow upon other good things that may be a bit more familiar. Pastors and church members should rightly be excited about surprising developments and demonstrations of grace, but they should never become unimpressed or familiar with the ordinary means of grace that God has ordained for us. God means to feed us with these ordinary means of grace over the course of our lifetime. Let’s be clear: there is a reason for the Christian to get out of bed and come to church every Sunday. It is far better for us to go to church than to watch the NFL pregame shows. It’s always a big day.

43
The Veritas Forum on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

44
'90s Youth Group Names That Would Also Make Great Rollercoaster Names

That’s why we turned to you, our Twitter followers and Facebook fans, to help us create the definitive listicle of "‘90s Youth Group Names That Would Also Make Great Rollercoaster Names."

45
Learning to Allow Space for the “Thinking Pause”

I have had many, many conversations where I have listened to someone trying to externally process an idea. When the other person finishes a sentence and there is a few seconds of silence, it is really, really difficult for me to bite my tongue, especially if I already have a lot to say in response. But on almost every occasion that I have waited to find out if it was just a thinking pause and, in fact, it was, the conversation significantly improved over what would have been if I had jumped in prematurely. Oftentimes what comes next is a critical part of his processing but he needed just a little more time to put the pieces together.

46
Are American Christians Really ‘Persecuted’?

A Syrian remaining in the region to assist Christians and Muslims cautions, “It wasn’t only ISIS who laid waste to the church; our cultural compromises with the government and our divisions against each other brewed for a long time. We are Damascus, the seat of Christianity; what happened to us can happen to you. Be careful.”

47
Tim Barnett on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

48
I Came to Faith Through Apologetics

When someone says they “came to faith through apologetics” or they “became a Christian through the evidence,” I usually take the time to ask them what they really mean when using these expressions. They commonly describe a journey that illustrates the sovereignty and power of God to call and transform the lives of His children. In each of these cases, God merely used the evidence as the means by which He called those who needed an evidential approach. God can clearly use whatever means He desires, as He reaches out to each of us in the manner He knows will be most effective. We see examples of God using the preaching of evangelists, the words of Scripture or the appearance of a vision. God is God, and He’ll do whatever He pleases. For some of us, He is pleased to use the evidence…

49
Endless, Bottomless, Boundless Grace and Compassion

The New Testament’s most frequent, and indeed most basic, description of the believer is that he or she is a person “in Christ.” The expression and its variants overwhelmingly dominate the teaching of the Apostles. And one of the clues Scripture gives to help us understand what this means is to express our union with Christ in terms of what Owen calls “conjugal relations,” or, as we would say, “marriage.” Through the ministry of the Spirit and by faith, we become united to Christ, “one” with Christ, in the way a man and a woman “become one flesh” in the marriage bond. This picture, already present in the Old Testament, (Isa. 54:5; 61:10; 62:5; Ezek. 16:1–22; cf. the book of Hosea) comes to fulfillment in the New in the relationship between Christ and His church. Christ rejoiced in this prospect in eternity, and He has made it a reality in time, enduring the humiliation, pain, and anguish of the cross. Christ, in all His saving grace and personal attractiveness, is offered to us in the gospel. The Father brings to His Son the bride He has prepared for Him, and asks both parties if they will have each other—the Savior if He will have sinners to be His; sinners if they will embrace the Lord Jesus as their Savior, Husband, and Friend.

50
South Park is BACK!

Don’t sit this one out! South Park returns this Wednesday on Comedy Central with 10 all-new episodes.

51 Travel Back to an Early Clinton Scandal
52 Yet Another Student Survey Confirming the Need for Case Making | Cold Case Christianity
53 Ron Sider: Why I Am Voting for Hillary Clinton
54 Is the universe expanding?
55 Catalyst on Twitter
56 Watch Colony House Perform Songs Off Their Upcoming Album on Billboard Live
57 Debate centers on naturalism vs. theism
58 Taking the Bible Literally is One Way of Abusing the Bible
59 What Became of the Christian Intellectuals? There is More to the Story - AlbertMohler.com
60 Why "No One is Argued Into The Kingdom of God by Apologetics" is Incorrect
61 Why Is the Scopes Trial Significant?
62 Why ‘The Inner Light’ Is The Magnum Opus of ‘Star Trek’ (Commentary)
63 Justin Brierley on Twitter
64 Adobe Has Released a Clothing Line Comprised of Cheesy Stock Images
65 Scott Kerr on Twitter
66 2016 Fall Conference at Reformation Bible College: The Dawn of the Reformation
67 Crossway on Twitter
68 http://markdriscoll.org/recommendedreading/
69 Does a Multiverse Explain the Fine Tuning of Our Universe?
70 3 reasons why God allows suffering - Premier Christian Radio
71 5 Lies Pastors are Tempted to Tell – And How to Resist Them
72 Bonhoeffer’s Troubling Theology? – A response to an article on Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s theological perspectives
73 The White House Wants to Bring 110,000 More Refugees to the United States
74 Is God Real? Is There a Way to Avoid a Universe With a Beginning? | Cold Case Christianity
75 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
76 Why Do Sources Not Refer To Jesus Until After His Lifetime?
77 If Humans Evolved from Apes, Why Do Apes Exist Today?
78 Crossway on Twitter
79 Christian mugging victim offers £10 to clear fundraiser's debt - premier
80 Who Will Speak to the Nation?
81 The Dictatorship of Relativism Comes to Campus
82 Why Crossway Stopped Translating the ESV
83 WORLD on Twitter
84 George Guthrie - 6 Reasons We Shouldn’t Freak Out over Word Variations in our Modern Translations - Christian Apologetics & Intelligence Ministry
85 Is Something More True Because its in the Bible?
86 Contradictions: Times of Recession
87 Great Commission Race 2016 - Great Commission Race
88 Seven Principles for Angry Parents Disciplining Angry Children
89 Ligonier Ministries on Twitter
90 Scott Kerr on Twitter