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The Mouth of God | HeadHeartHand Blog

Chapters six and seven show how to apply these keys to different kinds of Scripture – history, poetry, prophecy, the epistles, the Gospels, etc. In a few short pages you’ll pick up many precious nuggets that have been refined over forty years of pastoral ministry. Chapter nine demonstrates how to pull and put it all together to interpret the book of Ruth. And that’s the huge strength of this book – its practicality. Sinclair doesn’t just toss you the keys and say, “All the best.” He puts his hand on yours, guides you to the lock, helps you to turn it in the right way, opens the door, and guides you around the precious treasure.

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The Briefing 09-02-14

1) Dismissal of warning of European war as scaremongering denial of reality

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Grace to You

In a recent, introductory sermon to the book of Acts, I made some observations about the culture in which early Christians lived.  I noted that the environment at the time of the church’s birth was not Christian friendly.  The world in which the first Christians...

4 EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

Should Christians use in vitro fertilization? In vitro-literally “in glass”-fertilization (IVF) is an increasingly popular form of reproductive technology that should raise significant moral concerns in the hearts and minds of believers. First, there are major moral concerns associated with using biotechnology in place of the natural means for procreation. The fertilization of an egg […]

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Grace to You

How wonderfully refreshing it must have been to hear Jesus say, “Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light” (Matt. 11:28–30). What a contrast those words were from the teaching of the scribes and Pharisees.

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Grace to You

Scriptural truth is seldom miscommunicated with that same kind of sensational result. But that doesn’t mean we never need to correct previous thinking about certain doctrines. One of these concerns the Holy Spirit. Due to popular teaching on the dissimilarities between the Old and New Covenants, many Christians have understood the Spirit’s Person and role as being sharply different between the Testaments.   But the apostle Paul makes it clear in Ephesians 4:4 that there is but one Spirit (also see 1 Cor. 12:11, 13). Paul also knew that since the Holy Spirit is God, He is therefore unchanging; the same Spirit has been at work throughout redemptive history. We can believe with certainty that the Holy Spirit will always be the saving agent who draws people to the Lord. That’s what Jesus taught when He instructed the Jewish teacher Nicodemus about the new birth (John 3:5-10).

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Signs You May be Addicted to Busyness

For some people, it takes a world-rocking tragedy or the loss of everything they hold dear in order to finally learn how to slow down, to tend to their souls, to rest—it takes some sort of death. I hope that won’t be true for you. I’m determined it won’t be true for me. I’m resolving instead to go down a different path, a path paved with rest and peace.

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Preaching ‘God’ and Justifying the Self

The Gospel Coalition is a fellowship of evangelical churches deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures.  We yearn to work with all who, in addition to embracing our confession and theological vision for ministry, seek the lordship of Christ over the whole of life with unabashed hope in the power of the Holy Spirit to transform individuals, communities, and cultures.

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These Close-Up Shots of Tropical Bugs Are Beautifully Frightening | Raw File | WIRED

Turns out he’s a 34-year-old who owns a building supply company in Tangerang, Indonesia. He found these bugs, all of which are quite common in Indonesia, in his yard, often in the garden. His gear is no less common. None of this, however, detracts from the fact that he makes gorgeous, intriguing photos we want to hang on the wall.

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God Loves My Boring, Unimportant Neighborhood

The Gospel Coalition is a fellowship of evangelical churches deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures.  We yearn to work with all who, in addition to embracing our confession and theological vision for ministry, seek the lordship of Christ over the whole of life with unabashed hope in the power of the Holy Spirit to transform individuals, communities, and cultures.

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Are We Passionate for People?

The question then becomes, for gospel ministers in the line of Paul, whether we grasp this indispensable fact. Might it be that too often we buy into the trend of popular media that focuses more on how things are heard than the people who hear them? Do we find ourselves wrestling with how to craft our next tweet more than we find ourselves burdened by the circumstances of our friends? Do we let people affect us the way they affected Paul? Are we as passionate for those in the work as we are for the work itself?

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The Pastors.com Daily

The Pastors.com Daily, by Pastors.com: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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How to Find Strength in the Strength of God

First, as one who wants to do all the good you can, you observe what tasks, opportunities, and responsibilities face you. Second, you pray for help in these, acknowledging that without Christ you can do o nothing—nothing fruitful, that is (John 15:5). Third, you go to work with a good will and a high heart, expecting to be helped as you asked to be. Fourth, you thank God for help given, ask pardon for your own failures en route, and request more help for the next task. Augustinian holiness is hard working holiness, based on endless repetitions of this sequence.

14 What distinguishes Christianity from other religions? - Christian Research Institute

Christianity is unique among the religions of the world for several reasons. First, unlike other religions, Christianity is rooted in history and evidence. Jesus of Nazareth was born in Bethlehem in Judea during the reign of Caesar Augustus and was put to death by Pontius Pilate, a first-century Roman governor. The testimony of his life, death, and resurrection is validated both by credible eyewitness testimony and by credible extra-biblical evidence as well. No other religion can legitimately claim this kind of support from history and evidence.

15 The View from Cedarville

And that’s why we at the Colson Center gladly accepted the invitation to co-host an upcoming forum on religious liberty with Cedarville University on October 9th and 10th. In one of the biggest gatherings of thinkers on this subject in years, this conference’s speaking lineup is stellar: experts from The Heritage Foundation, the Alliance Defending Freedom, WORLD magazine, Georgetown University, Gateways to Better Education, Pinnacle Forum, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and The Colson Center.

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Eight Twenty-Eight

The Gospel Coalition is a fellowship of evangelical churches deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures.  We yearn to work with all who, in addition to embracing our confession and theological vision for ministry, seek the lordship of Christ over the whole of life with unabashed hope in the power of the Holy Spirit to transform individuals, communities, and cultures.

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Give Us This Day Our Daily Brew

Public perception, as Bullard points out, often assumes that Christian involvement in cultural trends like coffee must be veiled proselytism. This has left many customers asking, “Why do Christians care about simply serving good coffee, if not as an opportunity to evangelize?” My husband has been working in specialty coffee shops since his teens, and the Chicago location he now manages is our second home. Watching him and other Christian friends work their way quietly through the coffee scene, I’ve observed the theology behind their work, and I’ve seen how coffee can be a uniquely-suited vocation for Christians to live out the image of God.

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Life Together, Again

And yet we are witnessing a great withering in corporate life—the very forms that gave previous generations of Americans a sense of belonging and identity, as well as a place to work for the common good. Fifteen years after political scientist Robert Putnam coined the phrase "bowling alone," small- and medium-sized civic associations, businesses, and churches have only continued to wane. Fewer and fewer Americans have thick connections to the small-scale communities that used to mediate life; indeed, with 41 percent of children born out of wedlock, many Americans now grow up without even a stable and committed family, the smallest yet most crucial community.

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Life Together, Again

And yet we are witnessing a great withering in corporate life—the very forms that gave previous generations of Americans a sense of belonging and identity, as well as a place to work for the common good. Fifteen years after political scientist Robert Putnam coined the phrase "bowling alone," small- and medium-sized civic associations, businesses, and churches have only continued to wane. Fewer and fewer Americans have thick connections to the small-scale communities that used to mediate life; indeed, with 41 percent of children born out of wedlock, many Americans now grow up without even a stable and committed family, the smallest yet most crucial community.

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How Superheroes Helped Hollywood Rediscover The Bible - Part 1

The Pharaoh represents the sun god Ra, and Pharaoh ordered the death of all Hebrew male babies, so Moses’ mother to put him in a small craft in the Nile River to survive. He was found and raised by the Pharaoh’s daughter, and subsequently rescued a Hebrew person from beating. Moses went out into the world, God spoke to him through flames engulfing a bush, and Moses began his mission performing magical feats to defend the weak and innocent in the name of righteousness and justice. Meanwhile, Superman’s people were destroyed by their sun, but his parents placed him in a ship and sent him away to survive. He was found and raised by the Kents, and as a young man he felt a strong desire to help the less fortunate. He went out into the world, and the Sun’s yellow rays granted him increasing superhuman powers, which he used to defend the weak and innocent in the name of righteousness and justice.

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Loner

"As so often happens,I didn't set out to make a record. But rather was just collaborating with my husband and friend," Stacy says. "Jeremy and I would email musical ideas back and forth and then finalize them over holiday trips to Missouri. About three songs in I realized we had something special and that we had to make a record of it." AOL's Spinner referenced the debut as "pop music of the highest order."

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Up from Hell: Dante’s Lessons for Millennials | Intercollegiate Review

A couple of years ago, I was struck by how timely Dante’s description of the fourth circle of hell is to our current political climate. There we find the blindly partisan, engaged in an eternal, fruitless war against their opposite numbers, forever rolling huge stones at each other to no discernible purpose. Most tellingly, Virgil warns Dante to not look for any recognizable individuals amongst the sinners in this circle, since they have all abandoned everything that could possibly distinguish any one of them from any other. Party politics trumps all, and independent thought is extinguished. Sound familiar?

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Slate's Dave Weigel Joins New Bloomberg Politics Venture

“He loves the far right and the far left--in part for their commitment to their beliefs and in part because there are such great stories there,” Tyrangiel continued. “Dave also radiates a passion for writing that manifests itself in more than just a freakishly intimidating number of bylines. The man knows how to twirl a word and turn a phrase. (Oh, he podcasts, too. His WeigelCast at Slate is a must-listen and we’ll be exploring ways he may pick that up for Bloomberg Politics.)”

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Where Do Atheists Find Meaning?

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Ken Ham Hits Back Against Neil deGrasse Tyson's Claim That Creationists' Beliefs Are 'Crazy Even to Many Christians'

Ken Ham's Answers in Genesis organization has hit back against accusations by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson that many Christians find creationist beliefs to be "crazy," and that Ham was relatively unknown until his public debate with Bill Nye the Science Guy in February.

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God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: Answering Atheism: Slavery and The Necessary Existence of an Immutably Good God

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Fifty Shades, Twilight, and Teaching Young Women to Desire Abusers

The Gospel Coalition is a fellowship of evangelical churches deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures.  We yearn to work with all who, in addition to embracing our confession and theological vision for ministry, seek the lordship of Christ over the whole of life with unabashed hope in the power of the Holy Spirit to transform individuals, communities, and cultures.

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Christian Musician Gungor Says Jesus Could Have Been Wrong About Creation Story or Lied About It; Calls Genesis 1 a 'Poem'

Award-winning Christian musician Michael Gungor of the musical collective Gungor, who recently rattled the Christian world when he argued that the Bible should not be read literally, took his arguments a little further last month when he said Jesus could have been wrong about the creation story, or might have lied about it to fit in with popular culture.

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Do infants who die go to heaven?

I believe that there are good reasons biblically and theologically for believing that God saves all who die and who do not reach a stage of moral understanding and accountability. Scripture may not speak to this issue directly, but there is sufficient evidence that would lead us to affirm that God receives into heaven all who have died in infancy. Some evidence is stronger than others, but cumulatively they marshall strong support for infant salvation. I will note six of them.

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Atheist Kicked Out of Florida City Meeting for Refusing to Stand for Pledge of Allegiance

An atheist was escorted out of a Florida city public meeting for refusing to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance, prompting outcry from secular organizations.

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This Dog Does Something Miraculous for Her Owner While Being Injured and it Shocked Everyone! (VIDEO)

Wow! This is truly a story that will have you in both tears and celebrating after hearing the result. Lucy and her owner were taking a walk when suddenly they were both hit by a car. But Lucy didn't let her owner or herself lay there after being injured. She did something truly heroic.

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Five Tips for Leading Your Small Group

As school starts back up, so will plenty of church-sponsored and church-related small groups. Some will study the Bible. Others will read a Christian book together. Almost all will have a designated leader or leaders. While knowing your Bible and having Christlike character are the more important factors, there are also a number of skills which go a long way in leading an effective small group.

33 A Formulation and Defense of the Doctrine of the Trinity | Reasonable Faith

Conventional wisdom has it that in affirming that God is three persons, Church Fathers like Tertullian meant at most three individuals, not three persons in the modern, psychological sense of three centers of self-consciousness. I shall return to this issue when we look at the creedal formulation of Trinitarian doctrine, but for now I may note that an examination of Tertullian’s statements suggests that such a claim is greatly exaggerated. In a remarkable passage aimed at illustrating the doctrine of the Son as the immanent Logos in the Father’s mind, Tertullian invites his reader, who, he says, is created in the image and likeness of God, to consider the role of reason in the reader’s own self-reflective thinking. “Observe, then, that when you are silently conversing with yourself, this very process is carried on within you by your reason, which meets you with a word at every movement of your thought, at every impulse of your conception” (5). Tertullian envisions one’s own reason as a sort of dialogue partner when one is engaged in self-reflective thought.

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'Holy Ghost' Reveals Real-Life Healing Miracles in Unscripted Film Starring Korn and More

"I come from an artistic home, and I've always believed that the best art is the most fearless art," the director said in a statement. "That's why I am never interested in playing it safe or avoiding controversy as a filmmaker. When I decided to make a movie about this largely unknown subject, it was clearly understood that we would be pushing boundaries, both for Christian and non-Christian audiences alike. At the end of the day, 'Holy Ghost' is fundamentally a film about risk. We believe audiences will find it fresh, appealing, and authentic - an unexpected spiritual journey filled with hope and surprise."

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WORLD | Obama administration ‘sickened’ by journalist’s murder | Leigh Jones | Sept. 2, 2014

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said he wasn’t sure whether the president had seen the video but insisted the White House was “deeply engaged” in trying to gain freedom for all Americans held hostage in the Middle East: “She obviously, as is evident from the video, feels desperate about the safety and well-being of her son, and understandably so, and that is why our thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Sotloff’s family at this very difficult and trying time.”

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Bad Preachers and the 'Hand of God'

What makes the emergence of faith and religion as a thematic device in T he Americans, Hannibal , and Fargo so interesting, however, is that these themes were far more than incidental coloring around the edges of the story. They were deeply important to the show’s recent seasons, though all in ways that spoke to the shows’ respective strengths. What’s more, all three series are likely to be heavy contenders in whatever year-end “best of TV” lists critics ponder once 2014 winds to a close, and the emergence of God as an unseen but often powerful character on all three provides just another sense of how all seemed to be having a weird conversation with each other, to the exclusion of all other shows.

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Describing Joan Rivers: Human Beings Are Neither Animals Nor Are They Vegetables

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution, including breaking news about scientific research.

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10 Bible Verses for Teachers Getting Ready to Go Back to School

Although you may not be in the position to teach directly from the Bible, the principles of the Bible can be modeled every day. It is important to not only educate your children in different subject, but also in God.

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Vandals Graffiti 'Qur'an' and 'Infidels' on Columbus Churches; Community Confused by Attacks

The priest believes his church was vandalized between Saturday night and before Sunday services began. It is unclear to Fr. Marcotte as to why "infidels" and "Qur'an" were used by the vandal. 'Infidels' was also recently found on the front of Lakeview Church of Christ in Columbus.

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Renewing Your Mind | Scripture and Tradition | September 2, 2014

The question we have to face in light of these discussions is, what has changed since the sixteenth century? Well, there is good news and there is bad news. The good news is that people have become much more civil and tolerant in theological disputes. We don’t see people being burned at the stake or tortured on the rack over doctrinal differences. We’ve also seen in the past years that the Roman communion has remained solidly steadfast on other key issues of Christian orthodoxy, such as the deity of Christ, His substitutionary atonement, and the inspiration of the Bible, while many Protestant liberals have abandoned these particular doctrines wholesale. We also see that Rome has remained steadfast on critical moral issues such as abortion and ethical relativism. In the nineteenth century at Vatican Council I, Rome referred to Protestants as “heretics and schismatics.” In the twentieth century at Vatican II, Protestants were referred to as “separated brethren.” We see a marked contrast in the tone of the different councils. The bad news, however, is that many doctrines that divided orthodox Protestants from Roman Catholics centuries ago have been declared dogma since the sixteenth century.

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Part 4 – Mental illness, spiritual issues, and suffering | Can Jesus heal mental illness?

When you understand the importance of the body as we discussed in Part 3 of this series we also can make room for sorrow that is not spiritual, as in 2 Corinthians 7, but is physical. For example if a person has a problem called hypothyroidism their thyroid does not produce enough thyroid hormone. This will lead to feelings of intense sorrow. This is not the fault of the person with the problem. They have a physical weakness for which they need medical help. When we draw near to such people with that kind of care the Bible calls it helping the weak (1 Thess 5:14).

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7 Bible Verses About the Importance of Integrity and Honesty

In the Old Testament part of the Bible, most of the verses contain the word integrity. It is important that we live by the word of God and being honest is one of the most important things to follow.

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Some Books to Feed Your Brain

There are numerous slots of time everyday (commutes, chores, errands, exercise, etc.) that can be redeemed for “reading” with just a phone or MP3 player by listening to audio books. I especially recommend this for fiction, history, and biography. If you haven’t done this, you will be amazed at how many books you can get through this way and how they can turn a chore into an enjoyment. These odd time slots often add up to an hour or more a day of reading, and my commute is only 8 minutes. If you travel for work or sit at soccer practices or tackle a major home project you can make a big dent in a book. I’ve listened to 21 books so far this year, a couple of them over 1,000 pages long. There are a number of free audio book services, like LibriVox , which uses volunteer readers (some good, some not so good). I invest in a subscription to Audible.com because of their excellent service, readers (mainly), and selection. This is a good way to make the most of time fragments to feed your mind and encourage your soul (Ephesians 5:16).

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Overcoming the Porn Plague

Not only did the poll state that self-identified Christian men viewed porn more frequently than non-Christians (perhaps the Christians were more honest?), but the poll stated that 7 percent viewed porn several times a day, 12 percent at least once daily, 18 percent several times a week, 15 percent several times a month, and 12 percent at least once a month.

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Resurgence Leadership #032: Elyse Fitzpatrick Interview

Each week the Resurgence Leadership podcast features Pastor Mark Driscoll with other pastors and teachers offering biblical wisdom and practical insight to help Christian leaders everywhere influence more people for Jesus.

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Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard Want to Pass on Their Values to Their Child; Why They Chose Courtship Over Dating

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard have had a whirlwind time lately, with getting engaged, married, and now expecting their first child. The couple took time to speak with The Christian Post about their plans for the future and what they want to pass on to their child.

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UN Insists 'No Military Solution' to Russia Invasion of Ukraine, Urges Dialogue With Putin

United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon has told western powers that there can be no military solution to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and urged continued political dialogue with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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WORLD | Former Iraqi general speaks out against ISIS | Nick Eicher | Sept. 2, 2014

JS: This also goes back to worldview. Many Christians don’t have a global sense of the kingdom of God. We’re Americans, and I think that affects us in two ways. First, we don’t think of people in certain areas of the world as really being Christian. Sada was a Syrian. The church of Jonah that he talks about, this is the oldest Christian community, probably, on the planet. And yet, when we think of Iraq, we think of Muslims, we think of Arabs, we think that all Arabs are Muslims. … We have a very limited perspective on the global shape and scope of the church of Jesus Christ. We’ve got to get beyond that because these are our brothers and sisters. Obviously, Christians should stand up anytime anyone is being persecuted or terrorized because they’re made in the image and likeness of God. At the same time, Paul says to particularly care for those in the household of faith. I think our limited understanding of the kingdom of God is one of those things at play. The other is how the American Christian worldview has been shaped and infiltrated by consumerism. We go to church for the moralistic, therapeutic, deism sermons that we hear, and I think that’s one of the things that the church in America needs to do some serious introspection on.

49 Do most cosmologists accept the reality of the cosmic fine-tuning?

“By several theoretical physicists (from Krauss to Stenger)”. I’ve replied to Stenger. I had a chance to talk to Krauss briefly about fine-tuning but I’m still not sure what he thinks. His published work on anthropic matters doesn’t address the more general fine-tuning claim. Also, by saying “from” and “to”, Carrier is trying to give the impression that a great multitude stands with his claim. I’m not even sure if Krauss is with him. I’ve read loads on this subject and only Stenger defends Carrier’s point, and in a popular (ish) level book. On the other hand, Craig can cite Barrow, Carr, Carter, Davies, Deutsch, Ellis, Greene, Guth, Harrison, Hawking, Linde, Page, Penrose, Polkinghorne, Rees, Sandage, Smolin, Susskind, Tegmark, Tipler, Vilenkin, Weinberg, Wheeler, and Wilczek. (See here). With regards to the claim that “the fundamental constants and quantities of nature must fall into an incomprehensibly narrow life-permitting range”,  the weight of the peer-reviewed scientific literature is overwhelmingly with Craig. (If you disagree, start citing papers).

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Was There Only One God in the Beginning? - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

Win. Corduan also discusses the oft attempted connection that skeptics make of the reforms of the Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep IV (or Akhenaten) to institute monotheism into Egyptian culture, and hence the Ancient Near East & eventually ancient Israel. Essentially what Akhenaten tried to do, was to institute the exclusive worship of Aten, because he believed that Aten was the one true god (as opposed to Re whose chief temple was elsewhere). He changed his name (in honor of the god Aten) and even built a city (Amarna) to serve as temple and royal residence. However, it must be pointed out, that the way Egyptians would worship Aten would exclusively be through him (i.e. the pharaoh and his queen). Essentially, “Aten alone worship” was an ego trip for Akhenaten that would make HIM the center of Egyptian religion. Additionally, Egyptians could continue to worship their other house-hold & regional gods, as long as they gave homage to Aten (via Akenhaten). This hardly qualifies as a monotheistic reform. [for more see Chapter 10 in Corduan's book]

51 Theology fail
52 2014 Regional Conference
53 Lecrae on Faith; 'I'm Not Religious at All, I Have a Relationship With God'
54 Is suicide an unforgivable sin? - Christian Research Institute
55 US Carries Out Airstrikes Against Jihadist Group Al-Shabaab in Somalia
56 ‘I Pray for You to Stay Strong’
57 What Dogs Are Really Thinking When You Mention Cats
58 Two Catholic Colleges Are Being Forced to Cover Abortions in California
59 Chart
60 Amazon Studios Rumored to Resurrect 'The Tick'
61 Who Really Won the Hobby Lobby Battle?
62 What Causes Teen Depression And Does It Matter? | HeadHeartHand Blog
63 Awesome Video of One Musician Covering a Popular Linkin Park Song in 20 Different Styles (VIDEO)
64 Ligonier.org
65 FIRST-PERSON: The Gospel & the call to hunger relief -
66 Empires and Mangers: Uglies, Pretties and Specials: Scott Westerfield's Brave New YA World
67 Romney: Obama's 'Mistakes' Have Allowed ISIS to Grow
68 Alexander Vilenkin: "All the evidence we have says that the universe had a beginning"
69 Ridley Scott Responds to the ‘Exodus’ Casting Controversy
70 Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 3 "The Bonding" and "Booby Trap"
71 WORLD | Louisiana abortionists can practice without hospital support, for now | Courtney Crandell | Sept. 2, 2014
72 The Plight of Christians in Iraq and Africa: The Obscenity of Silence
73 Sneezy the Squirrel Vying for Mascot Status at Penn State
74 Good News for Weary Women
75 Lifespring for Christians? - Christian Research Institute
76 WORLD | Americans in North Korea beg for someone to negotiate their release | Rachel Lynn Aldrich | Sept. 2, 2014
77 Pope Francis to Iraqi Priest Who Reported People Are 'Miserable': 'I Am With You Always'
78 André 3000 May Retire From Hip-Hop Next Year
79 ISIS Video Shows Beheading of American Journalist Steven Sotloff
80 7 Bible Verses That Will Give You The Boost You Need When Having a Bad Day
81 Be Thou My Vision - EP by Norton Hall Band
82 Challenge: Christians Are Narrow-Minded Bigots - Stand to Reason Blog
83 Christ in All of Scripture – John 21:15–19
84 This May be the Best Ultrasound Photo Ever
85 WORLD | How do reporters cover Israel? | Marvin Olasky | Sept. 2, 2014
86 Slate's Dave Weigel Joins New Bloomberg Politics Venture
87 Let No Special Need Hinder the Spread of the Gospel
88 Members of Bon Iver, The Strokes, and Arcade Fire Will Play in an Epic Charity Basketball Game
89 WORLD | Oklahoma drops Common Core, gets slapped with federal penalty | Emily Scheie | Sept. 2, 2014
90 Bible Study Struggles
91 WORLD | Third American missionary contracts Ebola in Liberia | Andrew Branch | Sept. 2, 2014
92 http://catalystconference.com/read/the-rule-breaker/
93 WORLD | No more victims | Warren Cole Smith | Sept. 2, 2014
94 Social Apologetics