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Cats Stealing Dog Beds: The Supercut 2013 Compilation

Cats love cozying up in small spaces. Cats can also be furry little jerks. So, it's safe to assume that when a cat decides to sleep in the (much larger) bed ...

578. Does Being An Ambassador For Christ Fit With Apologetics?

Brett Kunkle explains how we can be effective ambassadors for Christ through apologetics.

Oxford Professor John Lennox in South Africa

[This page is constantly being updated - NOW INCLUDES VIDEO OF TWO NEW LECTURES] After a hugely successful first trip to Cape Town and Gauteng last year, Professor John Lennox has returned in 2014....

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An Old Kind of Christianity in New York City

In a short article it is impossible to avoid over-generalization. Yet it is hard not to see that by the second half of the 20th century, the older kind of Protestant evangelicalism—true to historic orthodox doctrine, yet also intellectually robust and socially engaged—was weak or vanished in New York City. Now it is growing back. There are at least 100 churches that we can discern that have been begun over the last 20 years in center city New York (and some older churches renewed) that are closer to the older kind of Christianity that used to flourish here. However, we too face the issue of a culture that is not interested in what we have to say. How do we reach them? 

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7 Types of Happiness | HeadHeartHand Blog

These six joys can all be experienced both by the Christian and the non-Christian. Isn’t it amazing how much happiness, and how many different happinesses, God has left for His creatures in this fallen and sin-cursed world. “Good unto all men is the Lord, Over all his works, his tender mercies are” (Psalm 145:9).

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‘Security Moms’ Are Back—and That’s Bad News for Democrats

5 EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

Should abortions be permitted in the case of rape or incest? When the subject of abortion comes up, rape and incest are often used as an emotional appeal designed to deflect serious consideration of the pro-life position: “How can anyone deny a hurting woman safe medical care and freedom from the terror of rape or […]

Audacity: Ray Comfort's First Scripted Short Film

Ray Comfort : For the most part, homosexuality has been embraced as morally acceptable in contemporary culture. Sexual sin was once frowned upon, but in time, it’s become accepted as the norm by our sinful world. As Christians, we’ve come to terms with fornication and adultery but we bristle at the thought of homosexuality gaining a similar foothold, so we put up a battle. We have concern that fornicators will not enter Heaven, but that concern has waned for homosexuals. Instead, we are more disturbed that they are destroying the fabric of our Judeo-Christian society. “Audacity” puts the focus where it should be. Author Joe Dallas rightly said, “Our response should show interest and concern, two qualities the church has rarely shown when dealing with homosexuality. We must admit we have mishandled the issue in many ways: we have veered between ignoring the problem to becoming obsessed with it, we have made hasty and false generalizations at times about homosexuals themselves, and we have shown a tremendous zeal for defeating the political goals of gays while showing less concern for their eternal well-being.

Ex-Raven donates kidney to bro, ex-Steeler

Off the field, brothers Ma'ake Kemoeatu, an ex-Baltimore Raven, and Chris Kemoeatu, an ex-Pittsburgh Steeler, are closer than close. When Chris' pro football career was cut short because he needed a kidney transplant, his older brother, whose organ was good match, quit the Ravens and donated his kidney to his 31-year-old brother.

Why so many Christians won't back down on gay marriage

Lecrae Brings Reformed Rap to Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show

For the night, Lecrae joined Fallon’s house band, The Roots, for musical interludes between segments. He rapped portions of songs from his new album, including “Nuthin,” “Fear,” “All I Need is You,” “Say I Won’t,” and “Welcome to America.”

Counsel the Word

HEATH LAMBERT ( @HeathLambert ) is the assistant professor of Biblical Counseling at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and also serves as the Associate Dean of Applied Studies at Boyce College. Dr. Lambert currently serves as the Executive Director of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC), one of the largest biblical counseling organizations in the world with certified members in 18 countries.  He is also a founding council board member of the Biblical Counseling Coalition (BCC), and is a frequent conference speaker. He is the author of The Biblical Counseling Movement After Adams and Finally Free: Fighting for Purity with the Power of Grace .

Grace to You

God is the ultimate object of all our thanksgivings, and Father is the name that highlights His loving benevolence and the constant flow of His gracious gifts that come to those who know Him (see James 1:17). We just can’t escape the importance of our continually offering thanks to God on every occasion, for everything. Hebrews 13:15 presents us with this excellent summary: “Through Him then, let us continually offer up a sacrifice of praise to God, that is, the fruit of lips that give thanks to His name.”

We Still Have to Honor Our Parents When We Grow Up

Trust me when I say it's worth the effort to honor your parents. After my parents divorced, my Dad pretty much checked out. He willingly did all of the obligatory things, like pay child support, and he thought the once a year visit was plenty, but by no means was he a great father to us. About 15 years ago, he moved back to the area where my brothers live. He was starting to form a real relationship with the Lord, and while he could still be a REAL jerk, we were definitely noticing changes. Sometimes, when he'd give advice, I'd want to yell, "Gee, that would have been great advice FIFTEEN years ago, Dad!" But the Lord really impressed upon me that we were being given a second chance. I talked about it with my siblings, and we decided to be purposeful in honoring our father (our Mom had passed away some years before).

13 Defenders Class Live | Reasonable Faith

Defenders is Dr. William Lane Craig's Sunday school class on Christian doctrine and apologetics. Join leading Christian scholar Dr. Craig as he carefully and articulately teaches a comprehensive survey course from the Doctrine of God to the Doctrine of the Last Things, explaining Christian apologetic arguments along the way. Click on the link to watch live on Sunday mornings at 11:30 EST or to enjoy archived classes at your convenience.

How 727 Megachurches Spend Their Money

Leadership Network and Vanderbloemen Search Group surveyed 727 of America's largest churches regarding their finances earlier this year. Though the researchers acknowledge their examination of church financial trends is not "randomly based nor is it statistically accurate for all larger churches," they explain the findings "do indicate many general trends, and is likely the most comprehensive financial perspective available on large churches."

Loving the Lost: Churches Without the Broken are Broken Churches

Many Christians are “generational believers,” as they have grown up in a Christian home. That is their reality, but there is a bigger reality. Sometimes we can easily forget there’s a hurting world out there. We drive through it on the way to church, or on the way to work. But at the end of the day, we don’t come to terms with the vast brokenness that surrounds us.

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5 Big Lessons from Heroines of the Faith

Hello to every one out here, am here to share the unexpected miracle that happened to me three days ago, My name is Jeffrey Dowling,i live in TEXAS,USA.and I`m happily married to a lovely and caring wife,with two kids A very big problem occurred in my family seven months ago,between me and my wife so terrible that she took the case to court for a divorce she said that she never wanted to stay with me again,and that she did not love me anymore So she packed out of my house and made me and my children passed through severe pain. I tried all my possible means to get her back,after much begging,but all to no avail and she confirmed it that she has made her decision,and she never wanted to see me again. So on one evening,as i was coming back from work,i met an old friend of mine who asked of my wife So i explained every thing to her,so she told me that the only way i can get my wife back,is to visit a spell caster,because it has really worked for her too So i never believed in spell,but i had no other choice,than to follow her advice. Then she gave me the email address of the spell caster whom she visited.

Dear Timothy: Set Your Eyes on Faithfulness

No, God is calling you simply to be faithful. He is calling you to be faithful in feeding and leading his flock. Remember, it is his flock. It is his kingdom, not yours. You have been called to build it, by his grace, faithfully. What does such faithfulness entail? It’s not going to look like that which the world calls “success,” and you must settle this notion in your heart and mind now. God has called you to faithfulness in preaching his Word, being ready at all times to proclaim his truth. Forsaking all else, God has called you to set the oracles of God before the people of God to the glory of God every Lord’s Day. Do not worry about results. Results are God’s business. He has called you to faithfulness in studying to show yourself approved, a workman who is able to rightly divide his Word. That will always be priority one: Many hours in study and prayer will establish you in this crucial endeavor. He has called you to be faithful in guarding the gospel he has deposited into your care, which means you must know sound doctrine and teach sound doctrine.

The Fifth Gospel | Bobby Conway

“Few Christians can rightly say with the apostle Paul, ‘Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ.’ Bobby Conway is just such a Christian, and, as such, his passion for Christ is contagious. Read, no, prayerfully devour

Do Christian Schools Produce Good Citizens? The Evidence Says Yes.

There are differences between the graduates of different kinds of schools, to be sure. Evangelical Protestant graduates marry younger, have more children, divorce less, and are more active in their church communities than other graduates—although, confounding rumors of evangelical isolation, they are more active in their broader communities as well. Academically, Evangelical Protestant school graduates look quite similar to public school graduates. Evangelical Protestant male graduates are more likely than others not to go beyond high school, representing a greater occupational involvement in the trades, but (confounding still more rumors, this time of evangelical sexism) Evangelical Protestant female graduates are as equally likely as those from other sectors to pursue tertiary education.

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The Church of U2 - The New Yorker

Most people think of U2 as a wildly popular rock band. Actually, they’re a wildly popular, semi-secretly Christian rock band. In some ways, this seems obvious: a song on one recent album was called “Yahweh,” and where else would the streets have no name? But even critics and fans who say that they know about U2’s Christianity often underestimate how important it is to the band’s music, and to the U2 phenomenon. The result has been a divide that’s unusual in pop culture. While secular listeners tend to think of U2’s religiosity as preachy window dressing, religious listeners see faith as central to the band’s identity. To some people, Bono’s lyrics are treacly platitudes, verging on nonsense; to others, they’re thoughtful, searching, and profound meditations on faith.


Mark Batterson serves as the lead pastor of National Community Church in Washington, D.C. Recognized as “one of America’s 25 most innovative churches,” NCC is one church with seven locations. Mark’s blog and webcast also reach a virtual congregation around the world. Mark is the author of several bestselling books, including New York Times bestsellers The Circle Maker and In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day. He and his wife, Lora, live on Capitol Hill with their three children. You can follow Mark on Twitter: @markbatterson

The Strange Legacy of Theologian Wolfhart Pannenberg

He vehemently defended the Resurrection but denied the Virgin Birth. He was hugely influential but leaves few disciples. What you need to know about the German giant who died this month.

Don’t You Know Jesus Is Real?

Did you see it? I don’t mean whether you read the words, or even if you imagined the scene. Did you see what it says about Jesus? That there is one worthy — the Lion of Judah, the Root of David (Revelation 5:5). That he was slain, and that by his blood he ransomed a people for God from every tribe and language and people and nation (Revelation 5:9). That the one who loves us and has freed us from our sins by his blood has also made us a kingdom and priests to our God (Revelation 5:10; 1:5). Do you see the honor given him? That he is worthy to receive power and wealth and wisdom and might and honor and glory and blessing (Revelation 5:12). That to him belongs blessing and honor and glory and might forever and ever (Revelation 5:13). Did you see that?

Seminary Wives Institute

At Southern Seminary, we recognize the need for God-called ministers’ wives to be prepared for ministry. We believe that a minister’s wife needs to be educated and equipped as she and her husband prepare for service in the churches and beyond. The time a student wife is in the seminary setting with her husband is the perfect time to undertake this training. She has opportunity to network with other wives who are preparing for the place God has for them. She will benefit from her study with faculty wives who can share from their rich experience. The courses in the Seminary Wives Institute (SWI) are designed to give ministers’ wives biblically based and practically applied teaching. They are taught by our own seminary faculty as well as faculty wives and guest speakers. We are committed to make this institute a vital part of the seminary wife’s experience at Southern Seminary.

How Grace and Truth Unleash the Contagious Nature of the Gospel: A guest post by Eric Mason

Later, many more came and the Lord is teaching me how to graciously engage not only homosexuals, but fornicators, liars, greedy, and others with truth. The apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 6:11 describes it like this: “And some of you used to be like this.” Many have come to Jesus, and in the midst of it I have found grace to be so amazingly contagious. In light of this shift, God has used that situation to change the spirit of the church into a more gracious community, for which I am ecstatic.

U.S. Nets Joins British Authorities in Hushing Muslim Sex Abuse Scandal

The report shows that Rotherham officials and Council members knew about the abuse for years but did nothing. You see, all but one of these men were Pakistani and Muslim; the girls were white, and Britain is even more paralyzed by political correctness and fear of charges of “Islamo-phobia” than is the U.S. One Rotherham official even admitted he didn’t want to “rock the multicultural boat.” As reward for bringing to light such a heinous scandal, a researcher involved in the case was intimidated, harassed and punished for reporting her findings to the local Council.

A Prayer for the Revival of Religion in Scotland

O Lord, let us not for Scotland, or for any nation, ask for national prosperity without a revival of religion. Our prayers are only warrantable when we adjust and proportion our esteem of the mercies of God to their real worth, and desire them for their proper ends. A love to one’s country, and a desire of its outward welfare, is, no doubt, an excellent an amiable disposition. But it is much more so to be concerned for their everlasting interest. When we ask for temporal prosperity, without an equal, or rather superior solicitude for the enlightening and sanctifying influences of the Holy Ghost, we are alienating his mercies from their proper use, turning them into weapons of rebellion against him, and cherishing that love of the world which is destructive of the love of God.

Ministry in Suffering

I would guess that David struggled with similar thoughts; after all, he’s no biblical hero. But empowered by grace, David prays for his companions. He puts aside his own suffering and asks God to reveal himself to those around him. “Lord, what my people need is to experience your presence. Would you be so tender and loving and kind to shine your face on us? We need to see you!”

Public university requires students to submit sexual history or face disciplinary action

“It’s not that I have an issue with being trained on Title IX,” one Clemson student told Campus Reform in an interview. “I have an issue with the personal questions that are asked, and the fact that I’m told it’s anonymous, but it’s clearly linked to my name, and it’s obviously through a third party so not only is my information that I’m going to be filling out—incredibly personal information regarding my sex life that I have issues with speaking about—it’s not only going to the university, it’s going to a third party company that I don’t know.”

Give the Blessing of Rebuke

Before approaching someone with a corrective word, get it clear in your own mind what you’re observing and how it may be harmful. You may even want to scratch a few key words or phrases or sentences on paper to make sure it’s objective enough to communicate and not too mired in your own subjective sense. Have specific examples ready. Pray for, and then take up, the apostle Paul’s love of clarity and “open statement of the truth” (2 Corinthians 4:2). His prayer in Colossians 4:4 is about transparency in speaking the gospel, but it relates as well to correcting our brother: “that I may make it clear, which is how I ought to speak.”

Scripture Saturation — A Forgotten Key - Prince on Preaching

The Bible tells one story. It is a long and complicated story about events that took place over several thousand years, but even so it is one story. Like most good stories, the most exciting and important points come toward the end. In this case, the most important part comes when Jesus is born, lives, dies on the cross, rises again, and ascends to heaven. But to know why Jesus comes and what He is doing when he dies and rises again, we need to know the story that goes before. A man kisses a sleeping woman in a wood and she awakes. That’s a nice ending to a story, but if we don’t know the woman is Sleeping Beauty and the man is Prince Philip, then we don’t know the story very well. A beginning is nothing without an ending, but an ending without a beginning isn’t worth much either (A House for My Name, 43).

34 Memorable Keys to the FARCE of Evolution - Christian Research Institute

Hank Hanegraaff presents Memorable Keys to the F-A-R-C-E of Evolution, his newest tool in the Hankronym series.

Do You Hate to Wait?

Anxiety is the slave song of the human heart under the tyranny of insignificance. Impatience is an acute strand of anxiety — played in a certain key — that can mesmerize and trap a soul in an infinite loop of hypnotized idolatry. With each heartbeat, drops of innocent desire increasingly become a torrent of violent mania, accruing simple words with vast jurisdiction: “I want it”. . . . “I want all ”. . . . “I want it all now , RIGHT NOW !”

Announcing Crossway Direct-to-Church

Crossway was founded over 75 years ago with a small budget and a big vision for sharing the good news with the world. Most churches find themselves in the same situation—limited by finances but driven by a great mission.

This Toddler Breaks the Rules in a Tear-Jerking Reunion With His Mother! You Will Be Cheering Non-Stop!

But, when his mother returned home he couldn't wait to hold her. He did not care about what he was "supposed to do" after they arrived and were in line. This is the most heartwarming 26-second reunion you will ever see!

Slammed in the Spirit

Christians too often bury the good and beautiful ways God is working through our constant criticism of one another. Christian bloggers war with one another in battles big and laughably small. Critical articles outweigh positive articles by 3-to-1 on some Christian sites. Almost every viral article or blog post contains a negative component. Out of principle, I’ll refrain from linking to examples, but these headlines should be familiar:

Fixer Abducted With Sotloff by ISIS Claims US Gov't Did Not Contact Him After He Was Released

A man who was abducted by Islamic State terrorists along with slain American journalist Steven Sotloff in August of 2013 in Aleppo, Syria, said that after he was freed from ISIS captivity, the U.S. government did nothing to reach out and interview him in efforts to save Sotloff's life.

3 Cultural Engagement Lessons from Acts 17 - Apologetics Guy

Besides teaching Christian Apologetics at William Jessup University, I’m also a cultural engagement fellow at Dallas Theological Seminary. One of the things I learned during my first year with the Hendricks Center for Christian Leadership and Cultural Engagement is that the Apostle Paul provides a great model of cultural engagement in his 1st century context that can help us think about our spiritual conversations with skeptics in the 21st century.

Wesley J. Smith - Chimps are Vicious Killers

Are chimpanzees naturally violent to one another, or has the intrusion of humans into their environment made them aggressive? A new study, published Wednesday in Nature, is setting off a new round of debate around this question. The study’s authors argue that a review of all known cases when chimpanzees or bonobos in Africa killed members of their own species shows that violence is a natural part of chimp behavior and not the result of actions by humans that push chimp aggression to lethal attacks.

Singer Pharrell Williams Says People Who Don't Believe in God Are 'Incredibly Arrogant, Pompous'

He added, "Every person who doubts is another person unconverted to better ways of thinking. So, with no conversation there's no conversion. With no conversion, there's no conviction. And with no conviction, there's only confusion ... If you don't believe there is a change that is due to you then you will never, ever find it. Change won't come and tap you on the shoulder. You have to be open for change."

Kurds Boot ISIS Fighters From Christian Villages, Kill Senior Commander; US Supplies Guns and Bullets

Several Christian villages that were overrun by members of ISIS were recaptured by Kurdish peshmerga forces after a clash in northern Iraq that resulted in the death of a senior commander in the terror group on Tuesday.

Measurement of the Higgs boson mass from the $H$\rightarrow${}$\gamma${}$\gamma${}$ and $H$\rightarrow${}Z{Z}^{*}$\rightarrow${}4$\ell${}$ channels in $pp$ collisions at center-of-mass energies of 7 and 8 TeV with the ATLAS detector

(a) Distribution of the four-lepton invariant mass for the selected candidates in the m4ℓ range 80–170 GeV for the combined 7 TeV and 8 TeV data samples. Superimposed are the expected distributions of a SM Higgs boson signal for mH=124.5  GeV normalized to the measured signal strength, as well as the expected ZZ* and reducible backgrounds. (b) Distribution of the BDTZZ* output versus m4ℓ for the selected candidates in the 110–140 GeV m4ℓ range for the combined 7 TeV and 8 TeV data samples. The expected distribution for a SM Higgs with mH=124.5  GeV is indicated by the size of the blue boxes, and the total background is indicated by the intensity of the red shading.

Bryan Cranston of 'Breaking Bad' Does an Unforgettable One-Man Show for the MLB Postseason

If you love baseball and are a fan of the show "Breaking Bad," then this is the perfect video for you. Bryan Cranston created a one-man show about baseball on stage.

New Book: The Happy Christian | HeadHeartHand Blog

I wrote  The Happy Christian  mainly because there don’t seem to be many of them around today. There’s a serious joy deficit dragging down God’s people and undermining our message of good news for the world.

Christianity and the New Liberalism: Homosexuality and the Evangelical Church

Self-identified evangelicals seeking the normalization of homosexuality and same-sex marriage in the church are often unwilling to answer direct questions so the discussion can be, as Machen says, conducted on proper ground. Most often, they position themselves as asking in-house clarifying questions about evangelical attitudes on the issues. They often suggest the issues are too complex for short answers and when questioned adopt the posture of a victim either by saying they are not formal theologians or that they will not allow legalists or theological bullies to interrogate them. The normalizers want to have a public voice questioning the view of apostolic Christianity without the public accountability of full disclosure of their own views.

In the Beginning Was Laughter

We sing worship songs about the “fullness of joy” in God’s presence (Ps. 16:11, ESV) and an “inexpressible and glorious joy” (1 Pet. 1:8). But how does that joy express itself? And from where does it come? Is it our joy? Or is it God’s joy? Obviously it is both God’s and ours. But clearly its source is the playful heart of God. And Proverbs 8 gives us a delightful picture of what it looks like. It looks like a Father and Son laughing and playing as they make the skies and seas and everything that inhabits them.

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Renewing Your Mind | The Fatherhood of God | September 18, 2014

The better question is this- given the obvious and yawning gap between who God actually is and what Islam says their god is, why would anyone try to pretend that they are the same? It could be for the sake of earthly peace. At least some people in both faith groups are weary of all the killing. If our killing of each other, which includes ongoing wars in the middle east, ongoing attacks on our own soil, all the way back to the Crusades, is grounded in different views of who God is, and if we can agree we’re both right, then we can all lay down our arms. Or it could be a ruse in the ongoing battle. If Islam can get the Christians to lay down their arms, they can win more victories. If Christians can get Muslims to relax, maybe we’ll be able to tell them about Jesus.  We build bridges for evangelism. They build bridges to attack. My suspicion is that we, on the Christians side, affirm such nonsense for a very simple reason- we don’t believe. This kind of nonsense is not the result of succumbing to Islam, but on both sides, succumbing to the unbelieving spirit of our post-modern age.

51 These 45 Animal BFFs Always Have One Another's Back … Literally! A Must See! (VIDEO)
52 Episcopal Church Provides $40,000 in Grants to Ferguson Neighborhood
53 A Derek Jeter Gatorade Commercial That Will Give Any Yankees Fan Chills (VIDEO)
54 Mom of Baby Allegedly Beaten to Death by Boyfriend Isn't to Blame
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56 15 Dead as Gunmen Storm Nigerian College, Fire on Students
57 Air Force to Allow Airmen to Omit 'So Help Me God' in Oath After Atheist Threatens Lawsuit
58 Can Liberal and Conservative Christians Agree on How to Fight Poverty?
59 Truthbomb Apologetics: Why Christians Should Be Involved in Politics
60 Crossway’s Heirloom Line of Bibles
62 WORLD | Senate approves plan to arm Syrian rebels | Lynde Langdon | Sept. 18, 2014
63 He’s an ‘Anomaly’: Lecrae’s Unique Platform on Top of the Music World
64 Moore to Reid: Vote on relig. freedom post
65 Recognizing and Interpreting Anthropomorphic Language - Christian Research Institute
66 WORLD | Air Force reverses course on God in its enlistment oath | Andrew Branch | Sept. 18, 2014
67 Greg Ganssle explains the problems of evil and suffering
68 When You’re Truly Broken Over Sin
69 Why Christian parents should not want good, happy, safe kids
70 Diversity in the Dorm Room
71 WORLD | British journalist appears in latest ISIS video | Lynde Langdon | Sept. 18, 2014
72 What Evangelicals Think About Scotland's Independence Vote
73 The Passion Podcast
74 U.S. Senator Defends the Book of Mormon - Christian Research Institute
75 Don't Forget to Watch Lecrae on 'Fallon' Tonight
76 WORLD | Feeling at home | Chelsea Kolz Boes | Sept. 18, 2014
77 The 10 Most Controversial College Professors in the U.S. | The Best Schools
78 Resources to Help You Defend the Deity of Jesus | Cold Case Christianity
79 Faithful Thinkers: Book Review: Why The Universe Is The Way It Is
80 For BreakPoint, Eric Metaxas on Sunday's "Science and Faith" Simulcast
81 WORLD | Teaching American values | Cal Thomas | Sept. 18, 2014
82 Study: Men Say Women Not as Attractive After 22
83 Is ISIS Trying to Assassinate Pope Francis?
84 6 Iranians Given Six Months, 91 Lashes for Dancing to 'Happy'
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86 These Mother's Took Their Babies for a One-Year Check-Up and Were Surprised by Their Husbands in the Sweetest Way!
87 WORLD | Midday Roundup: Australian police thwart ISIS attack just in time | Lynde Langdon | Sept. 18, 2014
88 Holy Communion May Put Nigerians at Risk for Ebola
89 Why the Hypothesis that God Raised Jesus from the Dead is the Best Explanation
90 Three Views: Should Christians Resist Greater Government Surveillance?
91 WORLD | U.S. envoy: N. Korea using U.S. detainees as pawns | Rachel Lynn Aldrich | Sept. 18, 2014
92 Senior Editor
93 The German Church Tax Fallout