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REBOOT | Youth Apologetics

Once a year, REBOOT meets in the centre of London to explore questions such as ‘How can we know God exists?’, ‘Why does God allow suffering?’ and ‘Hasn’t science disproved God?’. REBOOT provides a place for young people from 12-18 years old, with or without any faith or church background, to raise their objections and investigate different perspectives. Through its annual conference, online resources, and speaking invitations, REBOOT aims to equip young people to understand and be able to answer some of these big questions for themselves. Our team from the Zacharias Trust and the OCCA [the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics] want you to have confidence in what you believe, and the chance to be honest about your doubts. Since its launch in 2013, REBOOT has welcomed over 1000 young people, and this year we are excited to see more of you than ever!

Listen: More from Evolutionary Biologist Richard Sternberg on the Problem of Whale Origins

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

Jenna Coleman Is Reportedly Leaving “Doctor Who”

The Doctor is about to be down one companion. Doctor Who series co-star and Time Lord sidekick Jenna Coleman is reportedly leaving the sci-fi series for the role of Queen Victoria in a new drama. Although not confirmed by the BBC or Coleman, if she does indeed leave the program, her upcoming 12 episodes (already finished shooting) will be the last for her character, Clara Oswald. The new season of Doctor Who premiers this Saturday on BBC America. Check out the series trailer below.

On Science and Faith, Wit and Wisdom from Rodgers and Hammerstein

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

Ready to Fix Public Schools? So is Steve Jobs’ Estate

Ready to help fix the American school system? So is Steve Jobs’ estate. Announced recently, $50 million of the late Apple visionary’s money will be put into a new vision called XQ: The Super School Project. Organized as a competition, the project will give teams a chance to pitch their ultimate, innovate high school. In the end, several groups will receive funding to execute their vision. Pitches will be accepted until Nov 15. Judging will begin April 2016, with a winner announced next August.

Here’s the First Trailer for Disney’s Live Action ‘Jungle Book’ Remake

Disney has released a new look at its upcoming remake of the classic Rudyard Kipling book The Jungle Book. The Jon Favreau adventure is one of two new movies in the works based on the novels, and both have stellar casts: Disney’s boasts the voices of Bill Murray, Idris Elba, Lupita Wyong’o, Scarlett Johansson and Ben Kingsley, and another version from Warner Bros.—called Jungle Book: Origins—features Benedict Cumberbatch, Cate Blanchett, Christian Bale and Andy Serkis. The Disney one (teased below), hits theaters in April.

Truthbomb Apologetics: Sunday Praise: "You Will Remain" by All Sons & Daughters

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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FREE Social Media Management Dashboard | Twitter/Facebook Marketing Tool | Commun.it

“..I started using Commun.it to be more efficient on the way I manage out Twitter communities. My favorite features? The prioritized feed to focus on the relevant members of the community..”

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Sola Experiencia - Rosaria Butterfield

Rosaria Butterfield: “There is another term . . . that competes for my allegiance. It is *sola experiencia*—my personal experience shaping and selecting those parts of the Bible I judge relevant for me.” Read more quotes from her new book on sexual identity: http://thegspl.co/1iSYPA8

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6 Reasons You Seriously Need to Slow Down

When your life moves at freeway speed, you have no time or energy to consider the world outside of your lane. You become desensitized or unaware of brokenness in the world. Your heart becomes calloused to the things that break God’s heart—the Syrian refugee crisis, the abortion of millions around the world, the heinous treatment of God’s people by ISIS.

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What I Learned About God From Psych Ward Patients

"Begone from me," the master said. "Your lesson is not complete until you bring all of those in the swamp - guards and sick - back to me. Why did you not teach them, when they were confused? Why did you not give them, but instead they gave to you? Why did they make your life richer, when it was theirs in need? Begone. I am disappointed in you. You have forgotten what is most important."

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The People We Really Want to See Moderate Presidential Debates

The presidential debates are like some gross vegetable your great aunt made on Thanksgiving: You don’t really want to consume them, but you ended up doing it anyway out of a weird sense of obligation. And spectacles like last night’s three-hour test of human willpower only underscore a big problem: Traditional news outlets have made presidential debates—arguably our country's most important televised forum and exchange of ideas—into mindnumbingly boring talk-a-thons, where a bunch of rich, powerful people needle each other for hours about past career decisions while dodging any question of substance.

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Crossway on Twitter

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Report: A Christian Is Martyred Every 5 Minutes

According to a report from the group Christian Freedom International , every five minutes, a Christian is martyred for their faith somewhere in the world. The group is preparing for the International Day of Prayer on Nov. 8, and has released several infographs (like the one above) that show just how large the problem of Christian persecution has become: More Christians have been killed for their faith in the 20th and 21st centuries than the previous 19 combined. According to their report , right now, more than 200 million Christians face persecution. The group Open Doors has released this global map , showing what countries are the worst offenders of religious persecution.

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Dear Moms, You Do More Than You Know

I don’t know what God’s up to in your life and through your life and because of your life. But here’s what I know from the first chapter and a half of Exodus: Up to this point in Exodus, the entire story has been moved forward by women, and specifically by women looking after children. This great story of divine deliverance–this world famous salvation story that will set the table for the salvation story of Calvary that is yet to come–would never have gotten off the ground if it weren’t for women. No Moses, no Exodus, no redemption if it weren’t for moms, and midwives, and big sisters. Shiphrah, Puah, Jochebed, Miriam, and Pharaoh’s daughter: God used them all in mighty ways–in ways they couldn’t fully understand at the time, in the ways that changed the world–and all by simply loving children and protecting their little lives. What’s true for teachers and nursery workers and volunteers and grandmothers and aunts and nieces and babysitters is especially true for the mothers reading this blog: you do more than you know.

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It’s a Genesis-to-Revelation Issue

In our biblical-theological survey from Genesis to Revelation we identify a pervasive pattern of male leadership as well as a pattern of male-female partnership. Far from flowing from a few isolated, debated passages, the pattern of male leadership spans from Adam to the patriarchs, kings, and priests, to Jesus (incarnated as a male, Savior of all) and the Twelve, to Paul and his circle, and to elders in the New Testament (NT) church, not to mention the 24 elders in Revelation. The pattern of male-female partnership is rooted in God’s creation of the man, and subsequently of the woman as his corresponding partner and helper; it continues throughout Scripture as women serve as prophetesses in both testaments and as witnesses to Christ and the gospel for which they are persecuted just as men are (Acts). So men and women are presented as partners, and at the same time men are given a special leadership role.

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Ex-Planned Parenthood Director Reveals All || Louder With Crowder

Ex-Planned Parenthood Director Reveals All || Louder With Crowder

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Men and Women Are Not Interchangeable

Whether we like it or not, men and women are inextricably intertwined. Because the Bible says we are made in God’s image—“male and female created he them” (Gen. 1:27)—the fortunes of one are so linked to the fortunes of the other that there is no way to lift one without lifting the other or degrade one without degrading the other. So whenever men have used their positions of authority or power to denigrate women, they have denigrated themselves and denied themselves the fullness of manhood God intended for them. When women have tried to ape the behavior of power-hungry men, they have degraded themselves and denied themselves the dignity of being above that vulgar fray.

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Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards' Attempt To Dismiss Viral Video Backfires!

Read More: Planned Parenthood CEO Defends Selling Body Parts of Aborted Babies: “We’re Sorry About the Tone" http://bit.ly/1LoCzsg .

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What God Values More than Your Motives

Even more importantly, when you do attempt to share the gospel, what gospel gets shared? Which aspects of the message are you most tempted to edit, to mute, perhaps even to deny? Maybe it’s the severity of sin, or the reality of judgment, or the necessity of repentance. It’s exceedingly tempting in our culture today to emphasize God’s mercy but not his justice, his love but not his wrath, his kingdom but not his cross. Yet such lopsided messages, however loving they may feel, are powerless to save. As the Puritan Thomas Watson once said, “Till sin be bitter, grace will not be sweet.”

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Moral Values Are Objective Regardless of How We Come to Know Them

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org On March 22, 2001 Dr William Lane Craig debated Dr Massimo Pigliucci on the topic, "Does the Christian God Exist?" at University of Georgia in the U.G.A. Chapel. The conclusion of the debate provided a lengthy Q&A session. Questions were asked of each debater allowing the other time to respond. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: http://www.youtube.com/reasonablefait... Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reasonablefai...

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I Want to Change the World, But I Don’t Like Asking People for Money

I did over seas ministry and there are really two options at the end of the day. #1 is Raise support. I still think when people simply pray for support they are still raising it because most will put financial issues in their news letters and tour around speaking at churches. Honestly, if you are making the need for money known to prospective supporters you are raising support whether you admit it or not. The second option is commonly called tent-making which comes from Paul's profession on his missionary journeys. This seen as more respectable by some, but it limits the time and effort the Christian Service worker can devote to ministry, but at times can also aide the ministry if kept in balance. Teaching English is one that can be throughout the world and certifications can be easily obtained if you are will to pay and study for the opportunity. There is third option though which is to pray only without making financial needs known supporters or anyone, but God. I've never met a Christian service worker who was able to do this though even though I have seen some amazing things.

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A Timely Model: Abolitionist William Wilberforce and the Pro-Life Movement

Many of us also question whether our circumstances are best for achieving great things for the kingdom. We doubt whether we can really make a difference for the pro-life cause without any position of cultural influence. Like Wilberforce, we must embrace that God has placed us exactly where we are in order to serve him there. We too should take Newton’s advice, thinking carefully about how we can make a difference in the relationships, neighborhood, and calling God has already given us. And pastors today should imitate Newton by helping their people think through what discipleship to Christ looks like in their current station. 

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Community Matters: The Role of Leadership Transformational Groups

Our research shows the skills or gift sets of small group leaders greatly impact the culture and emphasis of the groups those leaders are leading. Those whose gifts are in the realm of teaching will positively effect spiritual formation and evangelism in the lives of their small groups. Those who are skilled in transparency, relationships, and conflict resolution will lead groups that become proficient in connection. Those who have abilities and gifts in the area of evangelism will be matched with groups that desire the development of mission in their community.

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Muslim Student Suspended for Homemade Clock Invited to the White House

Ahmed Mohamed may not have impressed his teacher with his homemade clock, but he did get the attention of the president. The 14-year-old Muslim student was suspended and arrested after he brought a clock he’d made from a pencil box to school, explaining to reporters, "I built a clock to impress my teacher but when I showed it to her, she thought it was a threat to her … They arrested me and they told me that I committed the crime of a hoax bomb, a fake bomb.” Despite Ahmed explaining repeatedly that he’d made a clock, officers handcuffed him and removed him from school. Though he wasn’t charged with a crime, the aspiring engineer was suspended. The case has drawn international attention, inspiring the #IStandWithAhmed hashtag on social media and sparking new conversations about how many Muslims are treated in the U.S.

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

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

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The Christian Writers Daily

The Christian Writers Daily, by T.E. Avery: Daily Articles By Christian Writers.

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Crossway on Twitter

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TGC Welcomes New Blogger Melissa Kruger

Melissa has been a fixture of our national conferences the past several years. At this year’s national conference she spoke on a panel about  ministry among women . During the 2014 women’s conference she addressed “ Cultivating Contentment in a Covetous World ,” the subject of her first book. And she’ll be speaking three times at next year’s women's conference: on deepening our walk with Jesus, teaching theology to children, and growing in Christ as a new believer. You can  read more about these workshops and register  for next year’s conference,  June 16 to 18  in Indianapolis. 

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Ben Carson Does Not Believe a Muslim Should Be President

Carson, who is near the top of several early presidential polls, said a president's faith should matter depending on what that faith is. "If it's inconsistent with the values and principles of America, then of course it should matter," he clarified.

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Innovative Apologetics: A Bone to Pick with Paleoanthropologists and a Darwinian Hoax

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Spotlight

Robinson worries, not without cause, that his team’s investigative model—picking their own stories, doing research for a year or longer, supporting four full-time salaries—will soon be unsustainable. Yet when Baron asks him to see if there is any fire behind the smoke surrounding the case of a pedophile priest, Robinson is reluctant. This is Boston. “Thou Shalt Not Embarrass the Roman Catholic Church” is both an eleventh commandment and a survival mantra.

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The Black Church: A Necessary Refuge

Because of this early experience, I have long believed that white churches are not safe spaces for black people. Over the course of my lifetime, I have been treated like a mascot, encountered astounding cross-cultural incompetence, faced unambiguous prejudice, and been silenced. That’s why the attack on Emanuel was so disturbing: it communicated that black people are not safe even in our own churches. The trauma is exacerbated by the fact that the black church was created to be a haven for black people.

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William Lane Craig on the Problem of Evil and Suffering

For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org On April 4, 2009 William Lane Craig and Christopher Hitchens participated in a debate about the existence of God at Biola University. At the conclusion of the debate, students from Biola were allowed to ask questions of Dr Craig and Mr Hitchens. In this clip, Dr Craig and Mr Hitchens speak about the problem of evil and suffering in the world. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains full-length clips: http://www.youtube.com/reasonablefait... Follow Reasonable Faith on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Add Reasonable Faith on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reasonablefai...

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Innovative Apologetics: The Marvel of the Brain and the Miracle of Rational Cognizance

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Facebook to Roll Out a “Dislike” Button

Not pleased with the bad news your friend just posted on Facebook? Soon there’ll be a handy thumbs down button to help you fully express your feelings. Yesterday the networking platform announced that they’ll be complementing their “like” button with the much requested “dislike” button.

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5 good reasons to read the entire Bible every year

During my lengthier-than-I-first-intended career as a seminary student, I followed the same practice and after a few years, I had read through the Bible several times. The results have been massively helpful for both my walk with the Lord and the teaching and preaching ministry he has given me. More recently, comments by two of my ministry heroes, John Piper and R. C. Sproul, have encouraged me to continue this approach to Bible intake. Piper: “When all your favorite preachers are gone, and their books are forgotten, you will have your Bible. Master it.” And then, there are these manly words from Dr. Sproul: “I’ll retire when they pry my cold, dead fingers off my Bible.” Words like those encourage me to stay saturated in God’s Word. Reading through it perennially is one means of accomplishing that.

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Not Nearly Hedonistic Enough

The message that needs to be shouted from the houses of high finance is this: Secular man, you are not nearly hedonistic enough!

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J. Warner Wallace on Twitter

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Study: American Kids Get 12% of Their Total Calories From Fast Food

Well this is concerning. The National Center for Health Statistics has released the findings of new research that shows that kids in America get a substantial amount of their total caloric intake from fast food meals. And nearly a third of all children in the country eat fast food every single day. Unsurprisingly, the research has linked high fast food consumption to poor overall nutrition. No wonder a friendly clown man is used to sell cheeseburgers.

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How to Reach Your Friends Who Don’t Believe

I agree with a lot of this but I've found that Holy Spirit is the best evangelist, he knows exactly what the person needs to hear and if we're listening, amazing things can happen. Most of the entire Bible defies logic and reason and God does that on purpose, but sometimes Paul reasoned with people and they believed, other times it was a prophetic word or a healing or word of knowledge that made people feel known and loved by God. We need to listen closely to Him to know what to do. Also, none of any of this really works if real love towards a person isn't at the root of it, which needs to be cultivated and developed with God on your own time. Yes God gave us powerful brains and gives us wisdom, but remember our weapons aren't carnal but are in the spirit! Which is freedom because we don't have to bear the immense pressure of the entire world's salvation, it's His, and we simply have the privilege of letting Him carry it through us.

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The Theology of Google Autocomplete

Jesse, I don't think you should at all be discouraged by the perception of Christians this seems to imply. When Barna does their sometimes annoying surveys that show what Americans, especially young people, think about Christians, it's what we all expect: Christians are perceived as judgmental, moralists, hypocrites, homophobes, self-righteous, etc. Not a pretty picture to be sure. But you know what? These traits bear a striking resemblance to what our secularist cultural elites think of Christians. Coincidence? Not on your life. Whether it's in education, media or entertainment, Christians are uniformly portrayed in a negative way.

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Basics for Reading the Bible

After briefly introducing the hostile context in 1 Peter, John Piper lays out several pivotal principles for reading and understanding the Bible. The meaning of “meaning” is massive and elusive. Before we can agree on what a verse or chapter of the Bible means, we have to define our terms and linger over several key texts.

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https://www.crossway.org/bibles/esv-single-column-journaling-bible-none-cob/

The  ESV Single Column Journaling Bible  is a complete redesign of the original  Journaling Bible . The Bible text is laid out in an easy-to-follow, single-column format. Ruled lines in the extra-wide margins enable users to align their notes with specific verses. With high-quality Bible paper and cover materials, the  Single Column Journaling Bible  is a durable edition for anyone who wants to capture notes, prayers, or personal reflections in their Bible.

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https://www.crossway.org/books/true-worshipers-tpb/

“It’s sad but true: while few things are more fundamental in our lives than worship, few things are more misunderstood. What Worship Matters did for worship leaders True Worshipers does for the rest of us—it draws our attention to what is most important when we think about worship. As a pastor, I’m grateful for the role this book will play in cultivating true worship in our church. As a Christian, I’m grateful this book challenges me to live my entire life delighting in, exalting, and serving the Savior. And as Bob’s friend for the past four decades, I can tell you he is a compelling example of what is written on every page of this book.” C. J. Mahaney , Senior Pastor, Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky

40 Teen Arrested In Conjunction With ISIS Plot to Assassinate The Pope

A 15-year-old in Philadelphia has been arrested in conjunction with an ISIS-inspired plot to attack Pope Francis. As reported by ABC News , “The minor was inspired by [ISIS] and sought to conduct a detailed homeland attack, which included multiple attackers, firearms and multiple explosives, targeting a foreign dignitary [the pope] at a high-profile event.” Questions have been raised about the teen’s mental health, however, he has been officially charged with attempting to provide support to a terrorist organization.

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There’s Always More to the Story: A Conversation With Mark Oppenheimer of the New York Times

There’s Always More to the Story: A Conversation With Mark Oppenheimer of the New York Times

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10 Biopics We’re Dying to See Made

Sorry Helen Mirren, you can’t play every royal. As Lady Di was the People’s Princess before her tragic death in 1997, we have a left-field casting suggestion—Renee Zellweger. Sure, it’s outsourcing the role in a nation full of classically trained actors just dying to get their hands on the part. But having already nailed the role of British everywoman Bridget Jones, we're pretty sure Zellweger could rise to the occasion.

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9 Things You Should Know About Refugees in America

8. The leading states of residence of refugees admitted to the U.S. in 2013 were Texas (11 percent), California (9.1 percent), and Michigan (6.7 percent). Texas remained the most common destination of refugees, with arrivals increasing 26 percent from 5,905 in 2012 to 7,466 in 2013. Pennsylvania was the only state among the 10 most common destinations for refugees that experienced a decline from 2012 to 2013.

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How to apply logic to arguments, part 2

Engaging the culture involves more than the picking apart of opposing arguments. While this is important, you must develop and use well-reasoned arguments. It is far too easy to point out the faults and inaccuracies of someone else’s argument, but to make this your only method does little in advancing the truth. You must be ready to give an answer for what you seek to correct. To help you toward this end, here are four fundamental tips related to the answering aspect of engaging the culture.

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On My Shelf: Life and Books with Randy Alcorn

The sheer quantity of what Scripture has to say about being glad in God is overwhelming. The biblical and historical affirmation of God’s happiness, while not a new concept to me, has had a profound effect on my own thinking by sheer volume and weight. I’ve been saturated with this and it’s influenced my worldview, creeping into daily little things, including the delight I take in God’s creation—everything from my Golden Retriever to bike rides with my grandsons.

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(Spanish) Relief Project: Am I Called?

“I believe we are at a crucial moment in the current reformation movement sweeping the Spanish-speaking world when there is much opportunity to correct many…erroneous practices by instructing the young men God is calling. Dave’s book can help all leaders understand what a true calling to the ministry involves. If we can help churches and leaders identify and confirm true called leaders we will be serving the church of the future for decades…a simple resource like this can be a tool that will be used for many years and in a very wide scope in Latin America.”

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If God, Why Evil | Apologetics Journal

Geisler begins with three views of evil: pantheism, atheism and theism, arguing that the theistic treatment is the best.  The nature of evil is the heart of the problem, leaving people wondering how God could create evil.  Geisler suggests that evil is not something but is rather the absence of something.  Geisler deals with the origin of evil, explaining that it comes from Lucifer and not God. Perhaps suffering in the short-term could be endured but the persistence of evil is a problem. Geisler argues that just because God has not yet removed evil, does not mean that he will not. While from our perspective evil often seems pointless, Geisler demonstrates, both from the Bible and experience, that God often uses evil to bring about a greater good.  Geisler brings his philosophical knowledge to bear on the question of why God cannot remove evil while protecting our freedom.  As we see so many natural disasters around the world, Geisler helpfully works through a number of the issues that surround physical evil.  Part of people’s struggle with God is the question of miracles.  With great humility, Geisler wrestles with the problem of why sometimes God miraculously intervenes in suffering and why he often does not.

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Pastor Mark Driscoll on Twitter

“ @PastorMark : Grateful to preach & see 15 people baptized today in Mesa AZ! pic.twitter.com/80kRdp27rN ” Adults did this

49 Video Shows the Disturbing Magnitude of Mass Incarceration in America

The three groups that the video refers socially invisible, they are in a different culture thru serving years in prison. The three groups have the opportunity to get a decree, when they choose to be there for the benefits on free education. Other groups have the mentality to do something, to prefers to pursue a education is a benefits, invisible people to us also have family. The prison ties the generation to bad decision, a past that is not wise to think of. To select a group different than us and to see then mentally disadvantage because of the principles we live by, "law", is not true. We have a lot of knowledge to share to them. It is relevant to hear of people with vision that enter those culture to provide, sanctuary, consul, advise, rehabilitation. Rehabilitation can happen, although research select a group of people because of there, past, history can change by inspiration people. A coach can make a different fellows in prison.

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52 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
53 Answers in Genesis on Twitter
54 Matt Brown on Twitter
55 Do All Creationists Go to Heaven?
56 Claudia Kalmikov on Twitter
57 Andy Bannister on Twitter
58 Ravi Zacharias on Twitter
59 Crossway on Twitter
60 Nigerian Officials Negotiating Possible Release of 200 Schoolgirls from Boko Haram
61 Does Habakkuk 3:3 predict the coming of Muhammad?
62 Foreword to James Bannerman's “The Church of Christ”
63 Time Out of Mind
64 Ross Douthat on Twitter
65 Dr. Michael L. Brown on Twitter
66 Pastor Mark Driscoll on Twitter
67 Answers in Genesis on Twitter
68 Putting the cookies on the lowest shelf
69 Ligonier Ministries
70 2016 National Conference
71 Lee Strobel on Twitter
72 Why does God let people suffer? Why is there so much evil in the world?
73 Weekend Update - plus video! (9/19) - The Eric Metaxas Show
74 Black Mass
75 Psalm 50
76 Frank Turek on Twitter
77 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily
78 Rita Murase on Twitter
79 David Gregory on Twitter
80 Crossway on Twitter
81 Sunday Quote!- On Theological Controversies from John Newton
82 Darren Aronofsky in Talks to Direct an Evel Kenievel Biopic Starring Channing Tatum
83 The Mighty and Merciful Message of Romans 1-8
84 Ligonier Ministries
85 http://rickwarren.org/devotional/english/you-need-an-outside-power-source
86 Greg Koukl explains the right way to handle an angry, aggressive atheist
87 Ravi Zacharias on Twitter
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89 Dr. Francis schaeffer - The flow of Materialism - YouTube