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J. Warner Wallace gives an explanation for why so many young people are leaving the church after entering college.

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Fine Tuning | Reasonable Faith

Reasonable Faith features the work of philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig and aims to provide in the public arena an intelligent, articulate, and uncompromising yet gracious Christian perspective on the most important issues concerning the truth of the Christian faith today, such as:

The Limits of Liberty

That well-known verse comes from a landmark passage in 1 Corinthians—one that I want to examine with you in greater detail over the next few days. In it, Paul explains the limits of our liberty in Christ, and how it is to be used and governed for our sake, as well as others. His practical instructions are applicable and helpful for every believer, and timely for the church today.

3 Evidence Unseen: Exposing the Myth of Blind Faith - Kindle edition by James Rochford. Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @

Aimed especially at college students and seekers, Evidence Unseen shows us that Christian faith is not a blind leap in the dark, but a humble dependence on the God of the Bible, who has revealed himself through substantial evidence. The author presents this evidence quite readably under four headings: internal evidence, external evidence, and evidence from Scripture, divided into fulfilled prophecy and the historical reliability of its message. He shows us that humans need God in order to be able to function consistently in this world; that nature universally and locally points to its creator and designer; that this designer has also controlled history to fulfill the predictions of the biblical prophets; and that the biblical narratives (here, the narratives about Jesus) show themselves to be fully trustworthy. I highly recommend Evidence Unseen for your own search for what life is all about, and for helping others in their searches. (Dr. Robert C. Newman Emeritus Professor of New Testament & Christian Evidences Biblical Seminary PhD Theoretical Astrophysics, Cornell University) --E

The Briefing 09-24-14

1) Pew reveals moral revolution accompanied by some second-guessing

Same-Sex Marriage

In their well-argued, irenic book,  Same-Sex Marriage: A Thoughtful Approach to God’s Design for Marriage , Sean McDowell and John Stonestreet wisely keep their readers’ attention fixed on the real question behind the debate: what is marriage? Engaging directly the false analogy between civil rights and same-sex marriage, McDowell and Stonestreet maintain that while the color of a person’s skin is irrelevant to the nature and function of marriage, the sexes of the partners is not:

6 Terminology Tuesday: Correspondence Theory of Truth - Apologetics 315

Correspondence Theory of Truth:  Most natural and widely held view of propositional truth, which holds that a proposition is true if it corresponds to or agrees with reality. The core of the correspondence theory of truth is the commonsense notion that the truth or falsity of a proposition is determined by an independent reality. Thus this view of truth is linked to metaphysical realism. When developed beyond this commonsense notion of truth (for example, by the metaphysical postulation of a realm of facts corresponding to propositions), the correspondence theory becomes controversial. Its major rivals are the coherentist and pragmatic theories of truth, which tie truth closely to human thinking and human acting, respectively. 1

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8 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...

Expositors Summit

Preaching is not an advisory role based in religious expertise but a prophetic function whereby God speaks to his people. For this reason the Expositors Summit is designed to strengthen and instruct preachers and students for the glorious task of expository ministry. You’re invited to join R. Albert Mohler Jr., John MacArthur and H.B. Charles Jr. for the explication of God’s Word and gospel fellowship.

Grace to You

“Jesus answered, ‘Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Do not be amazed that I said to you, “You must be born again”’” (John 3:5–7).

1 in 4 Pastors Have Struggled with Mental Illness, Finds LifeWay and Focus on the Family

Mental Illness Remains Taboo Topic for Many Pastors By Bob Smietana NASHVILLE, Tenn. – One in four Americans suffers from some kind of mental illness in any given year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Many look to their church for spiritual guidance in times of distress.But they're unlikely to find much help on Sunday mornings. Most Protestant senior pastors (66 percent) seldom speak to their congregation about mental illness. That includes almost half (49 percent) who rarely (39 percent) or never (10 percent), speak about mental illness. About 1in 6 pastors (16 percent) speak about mental illness once a year. And about quarter of pastors (22 percent) are reluctant to help those who suffer from acute mental illness because it takes too much time. Those are among the findings of a recent study of faith and mental illness by Nashville-based LifeWay Research. The study, co-sponsored by Focus on the Family, was designed to help churches better assist those affected by mental illness. Researchers looked at three groups for the study.

Two Big Reasons Evangelism Isn’t Working

Love is inefficient. It slows down long enough to understand people and their objections to the gospel. Love recognizes people are complex, and meets them in their need: suffering, despair, indifference, cynicism, confusion. We should look to surface these objections in people’s lives. I was recently having lunch with an educated professional who had a lot of questions. After about thirty minutes he said, “Enough about me. You’re asking me questions. I should ask you questions.” I responded by saying, “I want to hear your questions, but I also want to know you so that I can respond to your questions with wisdom.” He told me some very personal things after that, and it shed a lot of light on his objections to Christianity. It made my comments much more informed, and he felt much more loved, declaring at the end, “I wish every lunch was like this. Let’s keep doing this. I have a lot more questions.”

Pew Surprised by How Many Americans Want Religion Back in Politics

While most Americans still believe churches should not have the legal right to endorse candidates, support for such pulpit endorsements has notably increased—including one-third of Americans overall, and a roughly 50-percent increase among the religiously unaffiliated, or so-called "nones." In 2010, 26 percent of the religiously affiliated and 15 percent of the “nones” said they would favor churches publicly backing candidates; in 2014, the percentages increased to 35 and 23 percent, respectively.

Expositors Summit Pre-Conference

The African-American church has a rich history of faithful preaching from God’s Word. This tradition has seen preachers bring the Word to life in ways that are life-changing for their listeners, in ways that connect God’s story with their story. “Tell Your Story” will focus on that process, the process of getting the text right and getting the text across. How can expositors preach biblically faithful sermons that meaningfully connect within the African-American context? Join pastors Thabiti Anyabwile, H.B. Charles, Jr., Victor Sholar, and Kevin Smith  as they provide instruction and encouragement on this topic.

Mourning Without Words

When your friend is weeping it’s hard to say, "I don't know, I don't understand." We want to know. We want to bring comfort, but in our attempt to "fix it" we can forget that there's a real person in deep sorrow. Your friend, coworker, or relative is not a faucet to be fixed—they are flesh and blood to be loved. Those moments when you're anxiously trying to find the perfect words are often the best moments to humbly embrace your weakness and lack of knowledge.

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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From staunch atheist to Christian theologian – Premier Christianity

I told God, ‘I’m giving you my life. I receive the sacrifice of Jesus by faith alone.’ And from there the guilt just evaporated. Every trace of guilt departed and I experienced a spiritual renewal, knowing that I was forgiven and that I had experienced the living God. In the end, after I moved to New York, it became clear that the girl and I were not meant for one another. But God had sovereignly brought me there. I started to study my newfound faith, ending up in seminary. Later on I met a wonderful American woman whom I married and started a family with. I am now finishing up my doctoral dissertation, slowly becoming a Christian scholar.

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.

20 2015 The Gospel Coalition National Conference April 13-15, Orlando FL

Our 2015 National Conference seeks to stir longing for our ultimate home in heaven as we explore the sweep of redemption from creation to consummation, Genesis to Revelation. Our plenary speakers will unfold the Bible's teaching on eschatology, a topic of burning importance today. Along with these nine plenary sessions we've planned more than 50 workshops and focus gatherings led by speakers addressing topics including evangelism, homosexuality, student ministry, sexual abuse, faith and work, and much more. Join us as we worship God together in word and song with joyful hope that Jesus is returning soon. 

Seven Questions for Two College Pastors

JN: We have a phrase that we repeat often to ourselves in the context of our ministry . . . especially when we feel like we’re floundering a bit: “The Word does the work.” We're convicted that God’s Word is able to make us “wise for salvation,” and to provide “training in righteousness” (2 Tim. 3). It’s sharper than a double-edged sword, and can get inside the hearts and thoughts of people (Heb. 4). If you want to get started in college ministry, keep the Word central. The Word does the work in the lives and hearts of God’s people, as we speak it, read it, and proclaim Christ by it. We sometimes, though, tack on a second phrase to that statement of Word-centered core conviction: “The Word does the work best in the context of deep relationships. It’s not that God needs deep relationships to break into a person’s life with the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ. But particularly with college ministry, deep and authentic relationships are almost always the way “in” for gospel ministers and leaders.

More Americans Support Mixing Religion and Politics

Religious leaders aren't permitted to endorse candidates from the pulpit; they risk losing their group's tax-exempt status if they do. But they can discuss social and political issues, and participate in more-direct political speech through outside groups and political-action committees. Many churches are challenging the constraint with an annual "Pulpit Freedom Sunday," launched in 2008 by Alliance Defending Freedom, an Arizona group, to encourage leaders around the country to "preach an election sermon." This year's event is planned for Oct. 5.

Not Normal

Whether or not this letter makes it into your hands, or whomever may read it along the way, I wanted you all to know how much of a difference your Prison Fellowship volunteers make. … I’m lost no longer … right here is exactly where I need to be. With a year and a half down, and a year and eight months to go, my walk with Christ grows stronger every day. … [The volunteers] are open books, sharing their lives and walks with us as well. Their Tuesday nights are spent with one-to-one mentoring, breaking down walls with us girls we didn’t even know existed, and their Thursday nights are spent with the whole Prison Fellowship family to worship and learn about Jesus. Needless to say, they are very dedicated, not just to us [but] to what Jesus Christ has called them to do – to minister to us, and that’s what they have been doing for years, making a difference. [The volunteers] appear to be normal people with full-time jobs, full-time families, and lives they are living, but they’re not normal! … They are part of the Lord’s army, suited with the armor of God and ready to battle for our souls.

Jesus Ever Lives Above, for You to Intercede

(b) The image cast up in the hymn is in danger of introducing a major theological misunderstanding. It is utterly mistaken to picture God the Father standing over us in judgment and potential wrath, while the Son, far more loving and approachable, speaks to his Father in our behalf and cajoles him into begrudging forgiveness. The truth is more complex, and more glorious. After all, the cross was the Father’s plan, and Jesus goes to the cross to perform his Father’s will. God so loved the world that he sent his Son. We must never think of God in tri-theistic terms, with the Son talking his bad-tempered Father into forgiving sinners. The triune God is one in his purposes and designs. He simultaneously stands over against us in wrath (we are all by nature children of wrath) but also stands over against us in love. The plan of redemption is as much the Father’s design as the Son’s. In other words, the image of Christ’s intercession must not be teased out to suggest that he is talking the Father into doing something the Father doesn’t want to do, or that he has to remind the Father of the significance of the cross because otherwise the Father might forget.

Third Culture

“Third culture” describes my own upbringing and point of view quite well. I am a child of Korean immigrants, and yet cannot speak Korean myself, and last visited that country when I was not yet potty trained. As a result, I find it difficult to fully identify myself as a Korean person. I am also an American who was born in Illinois, and yet still feel a profound sense of otherness here in the US, the unfortunate reality of many people of color who are perpetually considered foreigners in the country of their birth. As a result, I am neither fully Korean, nor American, but Korean-American , a discrete cultural identity.

Breaking the Silence: Redefining Marriage Hurts Women Like Me - and Our Children

A good marriage doesn’t only depend on sexual desire, which can come and go and is often out of our control. It depends on choosing to love, honor, and be faithful to one person, forsaking all others. It is common for spouses to be attracted to other people—usually of the opposite sex, but sometimes of the same sex. Spouses who value their marriage do not act on those impulses. For those who find themselves attracted to people of the same sex, staying faithful to their opposite-sex spouse isn’t a betrayal of their true identity. Rather, it’s a decision not to let themselves be ruled by their passions. It shows depth and strength of character when such people remain true to their vows, consciously striving to remember, honor, and revive the love they had for their spouses when they first married.

27 Are There Apostles and Prophets Today? - Christian Research Institute

Are There Apostles and Prophets Today- Definitions In addressing the question of apostles and prophets today, we must carefully define our terms. Certainly the church today needs church planters, missionaries, or leaders who act as pastors over other pastors. Fortunately, when some people say that the church needs “apostles” today, that’s all that they mean. And while the usage of the term “apostle” is not biblical, certainly the church does need such persons.

Do I Lead To Impress or To Serve?

Young musicians and leaders are often overly self-conscious and nervous. While confidence comes with experience, we don’t want to overcome self by becoming more assured in ourselves. So one of  my goals for the interns is that they get to the place where they can comfortably and joyfully get up in front of people spontaneously and lead us in a song that helps us exalt Christ. To that end, a couple weeks ago when I met with the Boyce interns, we talked about 2 Corinthians 4:5:

UN general assembly: timetable and talking points

This week is UNGA week, short for United Nations general assembly. More than 140 world leaders converge on the UN headquarters at Turtle Bay in midtown Manhattan to discuss some of the many urgent matters of the day.

Study: American Public Thinks Religion’s Influence is Waning

The Background: Since 2006, Pew had registered declining support for religion in politics, notes the Wall Street Journal . But this year, something changed. "To see those trends reverse is striking," said Greg Smith, Pew's associate director of research. One reason for that could be that a growing majority of Americans—72 percent, according to the study—say religion is losing its influence in American life, Mr. Smith said, "and they see that as a bad thing."

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Holiness and Love: Together, Not at Odds

Over the past century or so, the church in North America has been weakened by a tendency to wrongly pit different aspects of God's character against each other. Believers who have witnessed too much heavy-handed, legalistic behavior from their leaders may be tempted to focus only on his grace and mercy—the qualities we most often associate with God's love—and downplay his pure and uncompromising holiness.

The Top 14 Up And Coming Colleges

U.S. News determines these schools by asking top academics -- including college presidents, provosts and admissions deans -- to nominate up to ten colleges. The idea behind this list is to highlight schools making " promising and innovative changes" across "academics, faculty, students, campus life, diversity and facilities."

Defending the Faith - in Turbulent Times

Dr. Sarah Salviander Sarah is a research scientist in the field of astrophysics. Her research interests are quasars and supermassive black holes. She received a Bachelor’s in physics (minor in mathematics) from Eastern Oregon University and a Ph.D. in astrophysics from UT-Austin. A lifelong agnostic, Sarah became a theist as an undergraduate physics student, when she came to believe that the universe was rather too elegantly organized to be an accident. As a doctoral student, she discovered the works of Israeli physicist and applied theologian, Dr. Gerald Schroeder, which convinced her of the reliability of the Bible, and led to her conversion to Christianity. Sarah may be contacted by email at

Homecoming Queen Surprises Bullied Friend By Giving Her the Crown

Y oung Lillian Skinner was the victim of a cruel prank when several fellow seniors at her Texas high school made her wrongly believe she had been nominated to the homecoming court. But when two of the girls on the ballot found out, they decided to give their bullied classmate an evening she’ll never forget . The duo made a deal that if either of them won the title, they’d arrange to have Lillian receive the homecoming queen crown instead, leading to a pretty great on-the-field surprise. What is it about Texas high school football games that makes everything so inspirational ? ...

Seeing Christ in the Worst Christians | Guest Views

3. Spend time with the inconsistent It’s easy to criticize from a keyboard or from a pew, when a person is at some distance away from us, we aren’t really involved in their lives, and we don’t really know them. It’s much more difficult to scorch people when we’ve had a coffee with them or walked a mile with them. Then we realize they are human after all, or that they’ve had an awful childhood, or that they are enduring a depressing marriage, or that there is some other stress in their lives that puts their words and actions in a different light. Or we might discover that we’ve completely misjudged them and that the fault is more in our perception and discernment than in their conduct.

Don't Ever Appear on 'The Daily Show'

Seriously, don’t go on "The Daily Show." They control the format, the questions and the editing process. There is no way you can win. Your purpose is to look like an idiot on the show, and they have all the tools they need to make sure you fulfill that purpose. There is a reason that you have never seen a video clip of someone who “beat” Jon Stewart -- or Bill O’Reilly, or any other host of a show that pits professional interviewers against ordinary subjects. It’s the same reason you haven’t seen clips of ordinary folks beating Evander Holyfield : They are really good at this, and what they are good at is making you look like a stubborn moron who couldn’t find his backside with both hands in the dark.

French Citizen Beheaded by Algerian Jihadist Group in Retaliation for Airstrikes on ISIS

A French citizen who was kidnapped on Sunday has been beheaded by a jihadist group in Algeria, apparently in retaliation for France launching airstrikes in Iraq against ISIS targets.

Osama Bin Laden's Son-In-Law Sentenced to Life in Prison by New York Judge

One of Osama Bin Laden's sons-in-law and trusted propaganda officials was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday by a New York federal judge after being found guilty in March of conspiring to kill Americans and providing support to terrorists.

The Maze Runner

Memory and forgetfulness is one of the more interesting themes haphazardly woven through this dystopian thriller. The maze, probably the most interesting character in the movie, has its own memory: a long one, that changes adaptively, “forgetting”—or appearing to—its shape and pattern every night, to reset the boy’s orientation and their chances of escape.

4 Lies We Tell Ourselves About Christian Persecution

Yes, persecution often spurs exponential growth. Paul even says we should rejoice in suffering (Romans 5:3); in it we are following Christ’s example. We can always rejoice in the fact the Gospel is spread, even if it’s through persecution (Paul did as much). But that doesn’t mean we let our brothers and sisters take a beating when we can do something about it. When Peter was thrown in prison, the early Jerusalem church didn’t say, “Go get ‘em, Pete!” and then go back to their own lives. They earnestly prayed for him, and he was miraculously freed (Acts 12:1-19).

42 Abortion Rights: Answering the Arguments for Abortion Rights - Christian Research Institute

Abortion has become the most divisive political and social issue in late twentieth century America. When the Supreme Court ruled that the state of Missouri was within its constitutional rights to enact abortion restrictions ( Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, 1989), it moved the debate from the realm of the federal judiciary into the lap of the legislative process. It is now possible for other states to enact similar and even more restrictive legislation. This, of course, makes a candidate’s stance on abortion rights much more important in the electoral process, since his or her view on abortion can now make a practical difference in terms of what laws will be enacted if he or she is elected. And, since our judiciary has become more conservative, it is apparent that the abortion rights movement has the most to lose if the issue returns to the courts. Thus the arguments for abortion rights are being put forth in the political arena with greater vigor and hotter rhetoric than ever before.

43 Is Divorce Equivalent to Homosexuality? | Moore to the Point

We have much to repent for in the accommodation to a divorce culture in our churches. And if we do not articulate an alternative gospel vision of the definition of marriage, we will see the same wreckage we’ve seen on so many churches’ capitulation on the permanence of marriage. But our attitude should not be that so many have shirked their churchly responsibility in some things, so let’s then shirk our responsibilities in everything. That would be the equivalent of someone saying, “Since I have had lust in my heart, which Jesus identified as root adultery, I should go ahead and have an affair” or “Since I am angry with you, which Jesus identified as springing from a spirit of murder, I should go ahead and kill you.

Did the Reformers Re-Write the Bible to Be Anti-Semitic? Film 'Let the Lion Roar' Claims They Did

"Let the Lion Roar," a documentary that's available on Blu-ray and DVD, explores what it calls "a great deception" in the church caused by the Protestant reformers who allegedly re-wrote the Bible to make it anti-Semitic.


How can we get from where we are to the conclusion that God exists? Are there any signs of Him ever being here? Continuing this series “Ultimate Issues,” Dr. Sproul affirms with the Apostle Paul that we can know “The God Who Is There.”

'No God Condones This Terror;' Obama Calls on Global Leaders at U.N. to Help Defeat ISIS, Stop Danger of Religious Extremism

U.S. President Barack Obama called on global leaders at the United Nations General Assembly in New York Wednesday to help him defeat ISIS and stop religious extremism after highlighting some of the atrocities committed by Islamic terrorist group ISIS and declaring "no God condones this terror."

Egyptian monuments now available on Google Street View

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Innovative Apologetics: Jesus Christ vs. Muhammad: There is No Comparison

You Won't Believe How Good This Little Girl Can Sing Along When Her Dad Plays the Guitar – WOW! (VIDEO)

This amazing 5-year-old Rowan, is not only adorable to watch but also an amazing singer for her age. You will be amazed by her singing abilities and also saying "Aww!" when you see how cute she is.

Tony Gaskins Exclusive: Life Coach to the Stars Talks Bringing People Closer to God; Says 'I Live What I Preach'

"I just try to be authentic and one thing that I have noticed as well too (somebody kind of expressed it to me) is I live what I preach and I show it," he explained. "I flaunt my wife, she's in my [Twitter] profile picture, I talk about my wife, I talk about my family and so I think people realize that if he was living a double life he wouldn't be making this much noise and giving away the game if he was still playing it."

51 Faithfully Confronting the Reality of Same-Sex Marriage
52 7 Commandments Jesus Gave Us From The Gospels To Follow
54 Man Risks Getting Attacked by a Father Swan to Help Save It's Trapped Baby (VIDEO)
55 A Post-Game Interview With a Young Football Player That is So Inspirational, You Will Start Cheering Him On!
56 Obama Praises Middle Eastern Allies Who Helped in Airstrikes Against ISIS as He Heads to UN to Build Support for Coalition
57 Argentinian Artists Give Barbie, Ken Doll Makeovers to Resemble Virgin Mary, Jesus Crucified
58 WORLD | Course reversal | Marvin Olasky | Oct. 4, 2014
59 The Gregory Brothers Songified That Awesome Postgame Interview
60 Innovative Apologetics: Refuting Peter Boghossian and the New Atheist's Comparisons of Zeus, the Easter Bunny and Jesus
62 "What Students Are Asking" Live Online Event - Stand to Reason Blog
63 Eric Church's Acoustic Version of 'Like Jesus Does' is Like a Breath of Fresh Air – Amazing!
64 Mutual Confession: A Holy Experiment
65 Q&A: The Apocrypha, the Millennium, and Sanctification - Christian Research Institute
66 Is marriage beyond restoration?
67 False Hopes Arise That Nigerian Army Has Freed Chibok Schoolgirls Kidnapped by Islamic Militants
68 Should we be trying to change the world from the bottom up or the top down?
69 14 of Rock and Roll's Best ‘Hallelujah’ Covers
70 Hospitality on Tap at Roots Coffeehouse
71 Survey Finds Americans Overlook Their Economic Condition To Support Their Political Party
72 A Group Of Bullies Try To Do Something Terrible to This Young Girl – Then 2 Girls Give Her a Heartwarming Gift
73 No Indictments Against Officers In Wal-Mart Shooting Case
74 Star Trek: TNG Season 3 "The Hunted" and "The High Ground"
75 Russell Moore supports ouster of ‘third way’ church
76 ERLC seeks protection of pregnant workers
77 A Little Girl Was Hard of Hearing Until This Very Moment – A Joyful Moment Occurs!
78 The Patience of Job |
79 WORLD | Survey: Doctors don’t like Obamacare | Andrew Branch | Sept. 24, 2014
80 WORLD | Midday Roundup: Obama woos allies at the UN | Leigh Jones | Sept. 24, 2014
81 The Apocalypse Code (Audio Book) - Christian Research Institute
82 WORLD | Bridgegate schmidgegate: Christie could still run for president | Sept. 24, 2014
83 An Evening with Hank Hanegraaff: How to Mine the Bible for All Its Wealth
84 WORLD | Is selling class notes educational enterprise or academic fraud? | Emily Scheie | Sept. 24, 2014
85 College allows transgender man to expose himself to young girls
86 Truthbomb Apologetics: Video: The Fine Turning of the Universe
87 U.S. CO2 emissions declining, but China and Asia CO2 emissions are rising
88 Innovative Apologetics: Objective Moral Values Necessitate a Living God
89 Is common ancestry confirmed by molecular and morphological evidence?
90 New Jersey Teen Heads to Court to Defend Her Right to Say 'Under God' in Pledge of Allegiance
91 WORLD | The poverty of pluralism | Janie B. Cheaney | Oct. 4, 2014
92 Renewing Your Mind | The Necessity of the Atonement | September 24, 2014
93 The Folly of Keeping Up with the Joneses — Highlands Ministries