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Joy Designed

But in this case, the marriage metaphor of election cannot begin with the attractive beauty of the bride. God makes his initial move toward his bride while she is morally unattractive. She is Gomer. In appropriately raw language, to be elected by God is to be a specially chosen whore pulled from a brothel. We cringe at the language of the dark side of the beautiful wedding metaphor. But we cannot make sense of election without it. In eternity past, God makes up his mind. He will elect for himself spiritual adulterers who are depraved, and he will love them to himself, and for eternity. This act of unmerited love will make the marriage language of Hosea shine in brilliant grace and point forward to an unfolding marriage-love connection to eventually be revealed in greater detail (Ephesians 5:22–33).

2 Wikipedia editor deletes all evidence of Neil deGrasse Tyson's quote fabrication

On the other hand, I have to give kudos to well-known atheist Hemant Mehta , who has a full breakdown of Tyson’s other fabrications, and Mehta, who might be expected to cover up for Tyson, instead said this “If a pastor or right-wing conservative did it, we’d be calling them out on it immediately. Tyson doesn’t deserve a free pass just because his intentions are pure. It certainly wouldn’t (or shouldn’t) get by in an academic setting, and just because he often speaks to a lay audience doesn’t mean he should make up quotations or fail to cite them if they’re real.” Now that’s an honest atheist. The reason that quote fabrication is not punished on Wikipedia, though, is because it is a joke site. And this episode proves it.

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2014 Fall Conference at Reformation Bible College: We Would See Jesus

The Ligonier campus has been home to many guests over the past few days. Prospective Reformation Bible College ( RBC ) students took classes during fall preview weekend , and spent time meeting with faculty and current students, touring the college, and then joined us for RBC ’s fourth annual convocation service . Christians also travelled from across the United States and beyond to enjoy the teaching and fellowship at our 2014 Fall Conference, “We Would See Jesus.” This year we focused on recapturing the centrality of Christ in preaching and life.

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Why Doesn't God Stop Suffering? (Part 3)

There it is: God wants us to trust in him personally even if we don’t understand his plan. Job finally got the same message—that he was to put faith in the person of God. Job said to him, “I know that you can do anything, and no one can stop you. You asked ‘Who is this that questions my wisdom with such ignorance?’ It is I—and I was talking about things I knew nothing about, things far too wonderful for me” (  Job 42:2-3). And how did he come to the conclusion that God’s ways and his plans were beyond his comprehension? By knowing God the person. “I had only heard about you before,” Job said, “but now I have seen you with my own eyes” (  Job 42:5). His focus was no longer on a plan, but in a person whom he trusted to know what he was doing.

5 Truthbomb Apologetics: Video: Why Am I Not Moved by Evidence for God?

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

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The Overprotected Kid

Among this new set of kids, the free range is fairly limited. They don’t roam all that far from home, and they don’t seem to want to. Hart talked with a law-enforcement officer in the area, who said that there weren’t all that many transients and that over the years, crime has stayed pretty steady—steadily low. “There’s a fear” among the parents, Hart told me, “an exaggeration of the dangers, a loss of trust that isn’t totally clearly explainable.” Hart hasn’t yet published his findings from his more recent research, and he told me he’s wary of running into his own nostalgia for the Rousseauean children of his memories. For example, he said he has to be honest about the things that have improved in the new version of childhood. In the old days, when children were left on their own, child power hierarchies formed fairly quickly, and some children always remained on the bottom, or were excluded entirely. Also, fathers were largely absent; now children are much closer to their dads—closer to both their parents than kids were back then. I would add that the 1970s was the decade of the divorce boom, and many children felt neglected by their parents; perhaps today’s close supervision is part of a vow not to repeat that mistake.

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With over 4,000 answers to frequently asked Bible questions published online, approximately 75% of the questions we are asked already have answers available to you instantly . We offer several options for finding the answers to your questions. You can search our site , which does a search of all of our articles based on the search terms you enter. You can browse our Top 20 most common Bible questions and Top 20 most visited articles , which together account for around 15% of the questions we are asked. You can look through our Frequently Asked Questions Archives , which divides questions and answers based on biblical categories. You can examine our What's New section to find out what articles have recently been added to the site. If you are unable to find your answer online, you can ask us your Bible question on our Bible Questions Answered page.

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Grace to You

“The Jews then said to Him, ‘What sign do You show us as your authority for doing these things?’ Jesus answered them, ‘Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.’ The Jews then said, ‘It took forty-six years to build this temple, and will You raise it up in three days?’ But He was speaking of the temple of His body. So when He was raised from the dead, His disciples remembered that He said this; and they believed the Scripture and the word which Jesus had spoken” (John 2:18–22).

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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).

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Meyer 'broken, depressed' at Florida in 2009

AP Photo/Dave Martin Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said he was depressed while coaching at Florida in 2009, lost 37 pounds and was 'mentally broke.'

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When You’re Truly Broken Over Sin

My 4-year-old is already learning the lesson that, sadly, despite what his preschool might say, he will not be able to be anything he wants to be when he grows up. For instance, I'm fairly certain that a career as a professional poker player is off the list of possibilities. He's already developed a pretty big tell. If my son is not quite telling the truth he always looks away. And by "look away" I mean his whole head will turn and look at every direction except for his mother or me. His words might say, “Yes, Daddy, I'm sorry for what I did.” But his erratic head movements say, “I don't really mean what I’m saying right now. But you can't tell because of how I'm cleverly hiding my face from you."

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Why Christian parents should not want good, happy, safe kids

That incredulous assertion is an all too familiar response from parents (including myself) who discover a child has sinned. But for Christian parents, such an assertion is anti-Christ because it constitutes speaking as if the gospel is not true. It represents the response for a parent who desires to rear a religious Pharisee. If a parent’s goal is to keep up appearances and maintain an external image of righteousness, then it is right to myopically focus on outward performance. After all, we too often reason that we are not like “those people” who do things like that. We are the “good people.” Such parenting is not cruciform even if the parents are Christians. It is not uncommon for Christian parents to begin with good intentions then subtly fall into serving the dream of what they want for their children’s lives rather than what God would want. Rather than loving God by loving their children, they begin loving their vision of what raising successful children will look like. A child successfully living out the parents’ aspirations can grievously become the way parents validate themselves.

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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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Innovative Apologetics: Atheist Peter Boghossian Wants to Treat All Believers as Mentally Ill

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Ebola could infect 500,000 by end of January, according to CDC projection

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NewSpring and Perry Noble are also Result Source clients

We did, at the recommendation of Perry’s literary agent, hire Result Source to help market Unleash. We viewed the $30,000 we paid this company as part of the marketing budget for the book, though we chose not to use this service (from Result Source or any other outside company) for the upcoming book, Overwhelmed. Authors and publishers have a wide range of opinions about how money should be allocated between book marketing and promotion vs book advertising—all with the goal of getting a book into as many hands as possible. We are probably relying more on word-of-mouth and social media now than anything else to market books.

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Making Sense of the Stories We Tell

Babbage’s book had a profound influence on me. It was revolutionary for me to see how the biblical gospel’s power was not confined to my inward transformation and life within the Christian community. It also helped me make sense of everything, even the works of literature written by often passionately anti-Christian authors. It helped me see that human beings may hold down the knowledge of God’s reality (Rom. 1:18ff.), but in order to suppress and hold it down, they must actually possess it at some level. They know the truth, but they don’t know it. And that is why parts of biblical truth can often be found—sometimes expressed beautifully and clearly—right alongside the trivial or the false in the cultural products of the world.

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Atheist Author Sam Harris Slams Obama's Comment That 'ISIS Is Not Islamic'

Atheist author Sam Harris has joined the growing list of secular and religious voices who have called out President Barack Obama for comments he made on terror group ISIS, suggesting that the group is not Islamic.

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WORLD | Darwin on the rocks | Daniel James Devine | Oct. 4, 2014

The impression I get from Darwinists is that a few mutations can produce a new body plan or organ. True? Every time you have a new body plan you need new types of tissues and new types of organs. New tissues and organs require new types of cells, and new cells require dedicated proteins for building those cells. For example, many of the Cambrian animals had guts, and guts require digestive enzymes—and other enzymes to regulate the way the digestive enzymes work. When you get a new animal you need new proteins, and new proteins are built from the instructions on the DNA molecule. So the Cambrian explosion is not just an explosion for new body plans, it’s actually an explosion of information: Where did that information come from?

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Man climbs White House fence, gets arrested just inside mansion’s doors

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Race to repentance and forgiveness | A guide for husbands

Jesus once told a parable about a servant who owed a significant amount of money to the king. When he was ordered to be sold along with his wife and children in order to pay the debt, the man fell on his knees and begged for mercy. Out of mercy, the king forgave the man his debt and released him. When that servant found someone who owed him only a small amount, however, he grabbed the man, began choking him, and demanded, “pay what you owe me.” When the man begged for mercy, the servant refused and had the man thrown in debtors prison.

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6 Reasons Women Should Study Theology

But the truth is no one is “smart enough” to know God on their own. It is only because God has revealed himself to sinners that we can know him at all. And leaving the study of theology to the men is like saying no to a beautiful dinner prepared by a master chef, only allowing some of the guests to eat.  And reading the Bible is itself a theological effort. There is no reading your Bible without theology. Ultimately it is impossible for any Christian to ignore theology (the study of God) and grow strong in the faith. It’s not that I believe we need fewer books on marriage and homemaking, but that we need more theology in and around everything we do.

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Study: Where Are the Women Leading Evangelical Organizations?

So why do women hold 21 percent of board positions, 21 percent of paid leadership positions, and 16 percent of CEO positions in the evangelical organizations surveyed (about half the number of women leading nonprofits broadly)? Curry and Reynolds posit that, while a few organizations explicitly say they want only male leaders, or belong to denominations that do, the problem may be that most organizations say nothing at all. “At one point we tried to look at mission statements and strategic plans . . . and it was amazing how few clearly state whether leadership positions are open to both men and women,” says Reynolds. “Given the different views in the evangelical world on this, we found that fairly troubling, that you could not find that information out.”

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Evangelicals for Marriage Equality: A Response to Our Critics

The heartfelt support was welcome, and encouraging. The criticism was to be expected: An organization focused on furthering the marriage equality conversation among evangelicals is sure to ruffle a few feathers. Unfortunately, the arguments leveled against us by our critics had little to do with our mission. Instead, we faced mischaracterizations that bore only a passing resemblance to our statement of belief, and even faced some misguided attacks on our personal standing as evangelical Christians.

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If No Man Is An Island, Is Adrian Peterson The Problem? - Dad Matters

If you’re a dad… or a mom… or an American human being with a pulse, you’ve probably heard (at least a little) about the parenting-related news surrounding the NFL and the Minnesota Vikings’ All-Pro running back, Adrian Peterson.

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Today's Podcast | This is the Day | Moody Radio

Lt.Col. Karl Johnson Karl "KJ" Johnson, Lt.Col., USMC (Ret.) recently retired from the Corps after 20 years of service as a pilot and Operations Officer. KJ served as the Vice President of a Marine Corps discipleship ministry from 2009-2012 and continues to serve on their Board of Directors. He is a C.S. Lewis Institute Board Member and alumnus of the Fellows Program and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL. He and his wife, Nidia, have two daughters.

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Life and Hope in a World of Loss

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.

29 Hero Drummer Adds a Little Pizzazz to Hillsong United's 'Oceans'

H illsong United's 'Oceans' has become a new worship staple, and as is the case with new staples, artists are lining up to give their own spin on it. Some are more successful than others, but this hero drummer gives it his all, and we think you'll agree it's just the manic shot of energy the song needs. Some people might call it "overpowering" but, then again, some people called Galileo insane. Play on, hero drummer ...

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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).

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Alumni Academy | Fall

Join Dr. Tom Nettles as he teaches Living By Revealed Truth: The Life and Pastoral Theology of Charles Haddon Spurgeon   this coming October 9-10, 2014 for a forthcoming Alumni Academy seminar.  This seminar will flow from Dr. Nettles’ recently published work  Living By Revealed Truth: The Life and Pastoral Theology of Charles Haddon Spurgeon . We will focus on Spurgeon as a valid model for doctrinal and exegetical preaching, expanding ministry through writing, gaining a foothold for gospel advance through benevolence, purposeful  discipline for personal piety, and the stewardship of controversy.

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Why I Don't Like Being Called Religious

Secondly, I don’t like the word religious because it seems negative. As if I’m different than regular people, and not in an attractive way. As if I’m moralistic or judgmental or simply out of touch. When Jesus walked this earth, he reserved his harshest words for these types of religious people, the ones who thought that their actions were more important than their hearts, the ones who patted themselves on the back for saying their prayers properly and yet ignored the plight of the hurting ones around them, the ones who ultimately decided Jesus himself needed to die. And I guess I worry that I might be more like these types of religious people than I would ever want to admit. Truth be told, on some days I might be more concerned with my kids’ outward appearance than their understanding of God’s love, more offended by my neighbors’ immorality than compassionate toward their neediness, more inclined to set myself apart as holy when the only thing that sets me apart is knowing how unholy and yet beloved I am.

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A new quality control pathway in the cell

Researchers have described a new protein quality control system in the inner nuclear membrane. The new system has two main functions, to eliminate misfolded proteins and to protect the nucleus from accumulating mislocalized or ectopic proteins. This may be especially relevant in non-dividing cells such as neurons.

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If ISIS’s God Were Real, Would I Be Obliged to Follow Him? | Reasonable Faith

This has got me very worried about DCT, because it seems an inadequate principle for grounding morality. It seems to commit the fallacy of trying to get an "ought" from an "is". i.e. it moves from "a particular God exists", to "therefore we ought to treat that God's character as the paradigm". This principle seems woefully inadequate, because it can be applied regardless of the actual content of God's character (or , to phrase it another way, it can be applied to any God that a person is convinced exists). In this specific case, it can be applied to both the Christian God and the IS God, and the only determining factor would be which one of those Gods actually exists (as Sam Harris put it in your debate with him, it boils down to "sorry, Buster, you've got the wrong God")!

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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.

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Renewing Your Mind | The Bible and Apologetics | September 20, 2014

Wouldn’t it be right to say that the proper starting point in apologetics is the defense of sacred Scripture? In this first lesson of “The Bible and Apologetics,” Dr. Sproul shows that the first thing to do is to establish the existence of God. Here the study moves on to the subject of how we defend the church’s confidence and belief in the authority and inspiration of the Bible.

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Truthbomb Apologetics: Mt. Airy's "Defending the Faith" Conference

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

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God's Not Dead: God Exists: Information, Codes, and Organization

1. Because God is not only real, but necessary, the scientist who strives to analyze and evaluate evolution must utilize universal operating features of reason. This is the case since he is employing selected universal, immutable, and infinite features using his finite mind while he is not on a proper ontic ground to account for such and he lacks a proper epistemic position to discern truth. God is boundless in His knowledge, but humans are limited creatures who can never provide the infinitely-broad operational features necessarily utilized in all scientific research. One needs God as one’s ground for reason to account for all the implicit features of rational analysis. What worldview can furnish the a priori necessities and rational tools for the analysis and communication of evolution? Christian theism delivers the epistemic ground for the a priori immutable universals utilized in science; in principle materialistic atheism cannot furnish the aforementioned ground.

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Greg Ganssle explains the problems of evil and suffering

If the story of Jesus tells us anything, it tells us that you can be morally perfect and still get whammed while you learn how to be obedient to God. Being good is no guarantee of happiness. Doing God’s will is no guarantee of happiness. There just is no guarantee of happiness, no matter how righteous you are. But what there is for us is a promise that God works through evil and suffering in order to make those who respond to his leading as much like his Son Jesus as they can be. And that has to be enough for us. We have to learn how to trust God through suffering. Knowing the logic of the problems of evil and suffering can help us to develop that trust.

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God's Not Dead: Without God Ascending Evolution Seems Impossible

1. Because God is not only real, but necessary, the scientist who strives to analyze and evaluate evolution must utilize universal operating features of reason. This is the case since he is employing selected universal, immutable, and infinite features using his finite mind while he is not on a proper ontic ground to account for such and he lacks a proper epistemic position to discern truth. God is boundless in His knowledge, but humans are limited creatures who can never provide the infinitely-broad operational features necessarily utilized in all scientific research. One needs God as one’s ground for reason to account for all the implicit features of rational analysis. What worldview can furnish the a priori necessities and rational tools for the analysis and communication of evolution? Christian theism delivers the epistemic ground for the a priori immutable universals utilized in science; in principle materialistic atheism cannot furnish the aforementioned ground.

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What Doctrines Are We Asking Mormons to Reconsider?

The editors of the excellent book,  New Mormon Challenge , provide a nice summary of what doctrines Christians are asking Mormons to reconsider. There are many areas of commonality between Mormons and Christians, but there are also numerous, important areas of difference. Francis Beckwith, Carl Mosser, and Paul Owen ask for Mormons to focus on some key issues that divide them from Christians at the end of the  New Mormon Challenge.

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Gheens Lectures with Dr. David Wells

Wednesday, September 24, 2014, 10:00am-11:00am- Lecture 2: “The Holy-Love of God: The Cross” -Book giveaway to first 100 students

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WORLD | Blogging toward humility | Marvin Olasky | Sept. 20, 2014

Folks still speak of “the blogosphere,” but it no longer is one sphere (if it ever was). Many readers have feeds of their favorite blogs, and that’s true of the religious realms as well. The 1994 document “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” is now 20 years old, but in blogging, evangelicals and Catholics tend to be far apart.

45 Air Force Members No Longer Have to Say ‘So Help Me God’ in Oath

F ollowing a legal complaint by an atheist airman, members of the United States Air Force will not have to repeat the phrase “so help me God” in their oath. The American Humanist Association said that they would sue on behalf of the service member, leading Air Force authorities to review the phrasing. An Air Force official told the branch’s newspaper, “We take any instance in which Airmen report concerns regarding religious freedom seriously” ...

46 5 Ways That Christianity is Unique |

Did the Buddha achieve enlightenment? Did Muhammed receive revelations from Gabriel? Even if you had a time machine you would not be able to tell if these things happened. The truth of Christianity is based on the resurrection of Jesus. If Jesus did not rise from the dead, Christianity is false. Unlike other religions we are dealing with historical evidence rather than internal experiences.

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Why Another Journal?

48 Shorebird's beak inspires researchers to design new water collection strategy

Now, if we are lifting designs out of nature, then shouldn’t we give honor to God for putting the designs in there in the first place? I really think it’s important to give God credit where due for his clever designs, even if you’re not a big fan of the shorebird. I also think it’s interesting that it’s engineers who made this application of something in nature, not biologists.  Also, I feel I have to mention that the birdy is also cute, which is not insignificant, if you like birds as much as I do.

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Darwin's God: Evolution Professor: Origin of Life “Not Impossible”

No refutation? Well Dr. Shallit, what do you think of the "WOW signal of the terrestrial genetic code" concluding that the DNA genetic code is "irreducible to natural origin" and that the null hypothesis of chance and evolution are strongly rejected. This is one peer reviewed paper that is Intelligent Design friendly. I realize they are concerned with Pansperia, but this confirmed hypothesis that there is an intelligent signal in our genetic code could certainly just as likely be the signature of our Intelligent Designer. :) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0019103513000791

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WORLD | Weekend Reads: Old Testament exposition | Caleb Nelson | Sept. 20, 2014

Murray has a mania for alliteration, but he does it really well. Jesus in creation becomes “Christ’s planet.” Jesus in the historical books is “Christ’s past.” The types of the Old Testament are “Christ’s pictures.” Even the law is “Christ’s precepts.” Christ’s Proverbs (“the Old Testament’s Twitter”) describe the household of folly and contrast it with the home of wisdom, where Jesus is living now, “and that He is also preparing for the righteous.” Christ’s Psalms tell us more of our Savior’s inner experience than any other part of the Bible does. Some worry that in singing from the Psalter, they cannot sing the name of Jesus—but Murray asks readers to consider that in Psalm-singing one gets to sing along with the words that Jesus Himself spoke.

51 What is Wrong with Abortion?
52 Incest: Another Disordered Image of Worship - Stand to Reason Blog
53 WORLD | China’s abortion regime | June Cheng | Sept. 20, 2014
54 Ligonier.org
55 Truthbomb Apologetics: Frank Tipler on Physics and the Claims of Christianity
56 WORLD | Atlas Shrugged III: Who is John Galt? | Sophia Lee | Oct. 4, 2014
57 In movies, violence against women lets filmmakers indulge toxic fantasies
58 Sunday Quote!- The Heartbeat and Delight of Christianity
59 WORLD | Can science describe happiness? | Caroline Leal | Sept. 20, 2014
60 Major Sponsor Pulls Out of the NFL’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month Campaign
61 WORLD | Online ammo stores sued by parents of Aurora shooting victim | Michael Cochrane | Sept. 20, 2014
62 SATIRE: Unemployed Gender Studies Major Sues ‘The Patriarchy’
63 A Walk Among the Tombstones
64 Answering Muslims: Ahmed Deedat Fan Threatens to "Cut My Head"
65 God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: The Bible or the Qur’an: There's No Comparison
66 An Apologist's Insights on "God's Not Dead"
67 Trailer: Tim Burton's 'Big Eyes'
68 Dating + Courtship = Dateship
69 A brief biblical case for the wisdom of free markets
70 Q&A: Calvinism, Steven Furtick, and the Second Coming - Christian Research Institute
71 You Too Can Have Miley Cyrus Design Your Next Tattoo
72 Origins of the Dead Sea, Part IV: Lake Lisan - The Jordan Valley Under Water
73 Michael Brown - The HRC Is Inciting Fear and Hate
74 Dinner or Despotism
75 White House Partially Evacuated as Fence Jumper Seen Running From Security
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77 Most Older Adults Say Islam Encourages Violence More than Other Religions