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Apologetics Are a Means to an End

At the moment, I’m not involved in a specific teaching ministry. In fact, I’m in between churches. After leaving a church where I was involved extensively in teaching apologetics, especially to young people, I am in a limbo of sorts. I haven’t continued to teach apologetics in an official capacity but I continue to be passionate about apologetics per se.

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The Briefing 09-26-16 - AlbertMohler.com

From the vantage point of 2016, many American voters simply assume that this kind of debate has been a staple of American presidential elections going back if not to the founding of the country then at least to the mid-19th century when you had the famous debates between Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln. But those debates were actually in 1858, and the office at stake was the United States Senate. Abraham Lincoln would lose that election, even though the debates became very famous. He would go on two years later to be elected President of the United States. One other footnote, many Americans romanticize those lengthy debates held over various days in various cities in Illinois between Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln. Many people now lament that our debates are far more superficial with the candidates reduced to soundbites, and there’s something very legitimate in terms of that memory and that current concern. But we also need to note that we can romanticize the past, and even as there were moments when the brilliance of Abraham Lincoln and the rhetorical skill of Stephen Douglas were very much on display, in reality they both in retrospect took very cheap shots at one another and both of them made arguments that would later be hugely embarrassing.

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Always Ready to Give an Answer

Hank addresses the question: is there a point when we give up witnessing to someone? Hank shares that we should never give up on people, but should equip ourselves so the Holy Spirit can use is in the process of bringing someone to Christ. www.equip.org

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Awake and at War

Satan’s time is short. The dragon’s head is off. And he is flailing in the death throes of defeat. At God’s appointed time, “The devil . . . [will be] thrown into the lake of fire and sulfur . . . and will be tormented day and night forever and ever” (Revelation 20:10; Matthew 8:29; 25:41).

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Nancy Guthrie's story of hope in the midst of losing not one, but two children: http://cway.to/2d06bVB  pic.twitter.com/zVieDvg56A

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The Briefing 09-26-16 - AlbertMohler.com

From the vantage point of 2016, many American voters simply assume that this kind of debate has been a staple of American presidential elections going back if not to the founding of the country then at least to the mid-19th century when you had the famous debates between Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln. But those debates were actually in 1858, and the office at stake was the United States Senate. Abraham Lincoln would lose that election, even though the debates became very famous. He would go on two years later to be elected President of the United States. One other footnote, many Americans romanticize those lengthy debates held over various days in various cities in Illinois between Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln. Many people now lament that our debates are far more superficial with the candidates reduced to soundbites, and there’s something very legitimate in terms of that memory and that current concern. But we also need to note that we can romanticize the past, and even as there were moments when the brilliance of Abraham Lincoln and the rhetorical skill of Stephen Douglas were very much on display, in reality they both in retrospect took very cheap shots at one another and both of them made arguments that would later be hugely embarrassing.

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Nahed Hattar: Killed for a Cartoon (David Wood)

Nahed Hattar (ناهض حتر‎‎) was raised as a Christian in Jordan—though he considered himself an atheist. He was recently shot and killed by a Muslim imam for sharing a cartoon mocking the Islamic view of paradise. The cartoon features a jihadi in bed with two of his houris (the virgins Muslim men get to spend eternity deflowering in Jannah). In the cartoon, Allah says: “Good evening, Abu Saleh. Do you need anything?” The jihadi replies: “Yes Lord, get me a glass of wine and tell Gabriel to bring me some cashews. After that, send me an immortal servant to clean the floor, and take the empty plates with you. Don’t forget to put a door on the tent so that you knock before you enter next time, Your Glory.” Hattar was arrested for insulting Islam, even though he apologized and said that he was only making fun of ISIS. Following his arrest, he requested security to protect him, but his request was denied. He was subsequently shot to death outside the courthouse. Westernized Muslims are now insisting that the cartoon Hattar shared has nothing to do with Islam, and that the view of paradise the cartoon mocks is the view of ISIS, not of Muhammad.

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Couldn’t God Have Used Evolution?

I am fairly at a loss to comprehend how anyone, for a moment, can doubt that Christian theology must stand or fall with the historical trustworthiness of the Jewish Scriptures. The very conception of the Messiah, or Christ, is inextricably interwoven with Jewish history; the identification of Jesus of Nazareth with that Messiah rests upon the interpretation of the passages of the Hebrew Scriptures which have no evidential value unless they possess the historical character assigned to them. If the covenant with Abraham was not made; if circumcision and sacrifices were not ordained by Jahveh; if the ‘ten words’ were not written by God’s hand on the stone tables; if Abraham is more or less a mythical hero, such as Theseus; the Story of the Deluge a fiction; that of the Fall a legend; and that of the Creation the dream of a seer; if all these definite and detailed narratives of apparently real events have no more value as history than have the stories of the regal period of Rome—what is to be said about the Messianic doctrine, which is so much less clearly enunciated: And

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11 The World-Tilting Gospel - Kindle edition by Dan Phillips. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

The author Dan Phillips is perhaps best known for being one of the bloggers at TeamPyro. This work is an exposition of the Gospel saving message which Dan Phillips makes clear in the beginning of the book is world-tilting. The Gospel is suppose to be radical and life changing, and no doubt it is. Given the terrible state of Christianity today when it comes to Gospel and Biblical literacy, this work would be good for the hands of the people in the pew or even those who do not believe in Christianity so that at least they understand the biblical message of the Gospel. Written for a general reading audience, Phillips talks to his reader like the way you expect he would in his blog: informal, at times witty and funny, and to the point. His message is derived from Scripture and the quotation and references to chapters and verses are sprinkled throughout the work. Phillips' work is largely a positive presentation of Christianity rather than a negative critiques of what he described as Evangellybeans (weakened comprimising forms of Christianity). I found the most fascinating part of the book was his chapters that dealt with sanctification.

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One Way to Wade Through Grief

This is the stark, gritty reality of urban ministry — we tend to bear the emotional burdens of that community (Galatians 6:2). Ultimately, only God’s grace through his Son can help us lift the heavy emotional burdens that we shoulder. After spending some time in prayer and devotion, the Lord helped me to experience that grace through the unlikeliest of sources — journaling.

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The Briefing 09-26-16 - AlbertMohler.com

From the vantage point of 2016, many American voters simply assume that this kind of debate has been a staple of American presidential elections going back if not to the founding of the country then at least to the mid-19th century when you had the famous debates between Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln. But those debates were actually in 1858, and the office at stake was the United States Senate. Abraham Lincoln would lose that election, even though the debates became very famous. He would go on two years later to be elected President of the United States. One other footnote, many Americans romanticize those lengthy debates held over various days in various cities in Illinois between Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln. Many people now lament that our debates are far more superficial with the candidates reduced to soundbites, and there’s something very legitimate in terms of that memory and that current concern. But we also need to note that we can romanticize the past, and even as there were moments when the brilliance of Abraham Lincoln and the rhetorical skill of Stephen Douglas were very much on display, in reality they both in retrospect took very cheap shots at one another and both of them made arguments that would later be hugely embarrassing.

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The First Country to Officially Defend Christians Persecuted by ISIS

“Today, Christianity has become the most persecuted religion, where out of five people killed [for] religious reasons, four of them are Christians,” Catholic News Agency (CNA) quoted Hungary’s Minister for Human Resources, Zoltan Balog, as saying. “In 81 countries around the world, Christians are persecuted, and 200 million Christians live in areas where they are discriminated against. Millions of Christian lives are threatened by followers of radical religious ideologies.”

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Rapid Response: Who Created God? | Cold Case Christianity

So, I do think, in the end, the choice is clear. Is the first uncaused, cause of the universe personal or impersonal? If it’s a personal cause, then we’re stuck with a Being very similar to what we see described in the scripture as God. A transcendent, non-spatial, immaterial, a-temporal, intelligent Being who is responsible for the fine-tuning of the universe, the origin of life, the appearance of design, the existence of mind and free-agency and the source of all transcendent, moral obligations. That’s why I believe Christianity is true, and that why I reject the idea that the un-caused, first cause of the universe is something other than a personal God.”

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Platonism – R.C. Sproul Jr.

So with respect to chairs, Plato would argue that there’s “chair-ness” up in this world of ideals, *the* chair. And that every other chair is just a shadow or a copy of the chair. Now one of the reasons I love that, I’m not saying that’s the way it is, but it gets pretty close I think, to this glorious reality that what reality is, gloriously, is the mind of God. And that the reality that we look at as being more substantial, more real, the world that we receive through our senses, is actually just a shadow of the mind of God. This is why I tweeted a little while ago that God knows reality not because He’s studied it, but because He thinks it. Because it comes right from His mind. Its being is grounded in Him. Sound familiar? Remember friends, in Him we live and move and have our being. Which is why I don’t feel so bad for saying nice things about Plato today.

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For the Bible Tells Me So: Biblical Authority Denied ... Again - AlbertMohler.com

There is more in that statement than can be unpacked in his message or in this essay, but the central problem with his argument is that he seems to believe that the church did not have the Bible until the early fourth century. This claim can only refer to the official listing of the canon of the New Testament, but it is clear that the early church recognized the Old Testament as Scripture and that the early church quickly had both the gospels and, even earlier, the letters of the Apostle Paul (see 1 Tim 5:18; 2 Pet 3:15-16).

18 The Late, Great Stem-Cell Debate

The 2000s saw a national debate over whether to harvest human embryos for stem cells. Embryonic stem cells were hyped as the miracle cure for everything from Parkinson’s to paralysis.

19 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily

Daily Christian apologetics and news fresh to your desktop, courtesy Ichthus77.com. by Maryann Spikes

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The Big Questions

This is an event to equip Christians to be confident in their faith and persuasive in their evangelism. Featuring RZIM speaker Andy Bannister, this day conference also features break out sessions with local speakers on the Big Questions you have about faith and evangelism.  Tickets are £5 per person. Click here to book your tickets now . ​

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Is the Missionary Greater Than the Artist?

So, at least for myself, as a pastor for 33 years who is basically surrounded by people who loved and approved me and who paid me well in a society that didn’t put me in jail, in a city with ample medical care, central air conditioning, functioning infrastructures, in view of all of that, I have always felt that missionaries who have taken more risks, go into harder places, enduring greater trials with less affirmation are worthy of a kind of esteem and honor of which I am not worthy. I think that is true. And when I say that, I am not belittling the value of my 33 years in ministry. I believe it was honorable. I believe it was a gift of God. But it did not have some of the aspects of worth and honor that some missionary activities have.

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“The Atheist Delusion” – Why Millions Deny the Obvious

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My Debate with Dr. Frank Turek

At this point, I think the cross-examination broke down, at least in content if not also in decorum. As even some of the Christians told me after the debate, they thought Dr. Turek started to mock Arnhart’s Aristotelian ethical naturalism.  I think he asked me something along the lines of, “Why human flourishing and not cockroach flourishing?” With all due respect to Dr. Turek, I didn’t get the impression he was very familiar–if familiar at all–with Arnhart’s book. I will have to write a separate blog post about that once I have a copy of the debate video. With all due respect to myself, I don’t think I had a good “soundbite” answer. I think I may have rambled in my explanation and I think that is why he kept repeatedly interrupting me. Because I was in Topeka, Kansas and because I am very much aware of the ‘angry atheist’ stereotype, I did not interrupt him. But I should have been much more concise and I should have made this point: “Arnhart’s view is partially an updated version of Aristotle’s view.

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Only Our God Speaks

First, we do not need to cry out like the priests of Baal, “O God, answer us,” because we recognize that our gathering only exists because God has called us out of darkness into the fellowship of light (1 Peter 2:9–10). The church is a verbally-founded gathering, and our worship begins with God’s voice calling to us, with hearing the voice that false worship can never coax from the nothingness. When you meet with your church this Sunday you gather with people who have already heard the voice of God and responded.

25 Welcome to the Mark Driscoll Ministries Live stream

Join pastor Mark each week live from The Trinity Church in Scottsdale Arizona. Service times at The Trinity Church are 9 and 10:45AM Mountain Time Zone (Arizona).

26 BreakPoint This Week: Why Christian Education Matters

"BreakPoint This Week" is hosted by John Stonestreet, President of the Colson Center, and Ed Stetzer, Billy Graham Chair, and Director of the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College.

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Mark Dever on Twitter

22 years ago today, I was installed as the pastor of CH[M]BC. Thankful for the stewardship & God's provision then and now.

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What is "Relational Apologetics"? Interview with Mike Sherrard

MIKE SHERRARD: Well, to be honest, it was because a friend of mine wrote a book and I thought, “Well shoot, if he can write a book so can I.” Nothing like good brotherly competition. I suppose you can take this two ways: one in which you see me as an arrogant you know what or one in which you see the value of a good Christian community that spurs you on to good works. I choose the latter.

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Julia Child Remixed | Keep On Cooking | PBS Digital Studios

MP3 version now available! http://to.pbs.org/pbsremixed In celebration of her 100th birthday, Julia Child Remixed by John D. Boswell (melodysheep) for PBS Digital Studios. Please support your local PBS station: http://www.pbs.org/donate Visit pbs.org/food to join in the celebration, with additional videos, recipes and more. You can leave your own tribute to The French Chef by cooking a Julia recipe and sharing it on Facebook and Twitter with #CookForJulia . Special thanks to the Julia Child Foundation ( http://www.juliachildfoundation.org/ ) for their support. The French Chef episodes used courtesy of WBGH/Boston. For more, go to http://www.wgbh.org/JC100 This is the third in a series of PBS icons remixed. Subscribe to the PBS Digital Studios channel to be the first to know about new remixes. And check out our playlists to watch all of the web series from PBS Digital Studios. TO SUBSCRIBE: Create a YouTube account and visit youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudios. Click the SUBSCRIBE button in the top left corner of the page. Once you subscribe, you'll receive updates about our icon remixes, original web series and other videos created by PBS specifically for the web.

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More Than 230 People Are Dead After Devastating Airstrikes in Aleppo

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said yesterday that a series of strikes killed 237 people—and that’s including 38 children. Experts suggest that 162 were east Aleppo and so far, around 400 people have died total in the past week.

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Chapter 4: The Human Kind

Darwinian evolution was (and still is) inherently a racist philosophy. Darwinian evolution was (and still is) inherently a racist philosophy. It teaches that different groups or “races” of people evolved at different times and rates. According to his theory, some groups are more like (and closer to) their ape-like ancestors than others. As a natural extension of this belief, the Aborigines of my homeland were considered by some as missing links between the ape-like ancestor and the rest of mankind—obviously having a great bearing on the terrible prejudice and injustice mentioned earlier.

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Tim Tebow On Colin Kaepernick's Protests: It's About Doing It 'the Right Way'

“When people have belief in something, or a conviction in something, trying to stand for that is a good thing," he told Bob Nightengale. "It's all about standing for it the right way."

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Investigation launched into 'anti-Catholic' vote - premier

An illegal referendum over whether to continue celebrating a public holiday in Bosnia branded anti-Catholic is being investigating by prosecutors.

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Visual Perception: More than Meets the Eye

To ensure you have a correct picture of the world, your brain keeps close tabs on every signal that enters your retina. Around 1.2 to 1.5 million cells, called neurons, are located at the back of each eye. Each one picks up detailed information about a different section of the visual image. Then the neurons ship the information down separate fibers, called axons, into the brain. These fibers are bundled together in the optic nerve.

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How Asking Questions Can Be an Act of Worship

The second thing to know about me is that I am a musician. I have written love songs, searching songs, worship songs and silly songs. If, like me, you emote, you have also experienced dozens of "Love the Lord your God with all your soul​" sessions. In fact, you don’t even have to be a musician to soak in the joy of a worship concert, convinced you will never take another step and not feel God walking right next to you.

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Fresh protection for Shakespeare baptism church - premier

There is a fresh bid to ensure the church where William Shakespeare was baptised and buried is protected for future generations.

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Is God Existing Before Time Illogical?

The challenge came when my interlocutor questioned how the cause of the universe (whatever that may be) can be timeless itself. He asked, "Wouldn't a cause require time?" I think this is a fair question and one that needs unpacking a bit. The concept of time and God's relation to it is pretty misunderstood by most people, but with a little explaining, I think we can gain a little clarity.

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UK's smartphone addiction must be challenged, urges Christian expert - premier

A Christian digital expert has told Premier that she can see how one in three people check their smartphone in the middle of the night because the devices are all-consuming.

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Shadow chancellor John McDonnell credits Christians for tax campaign - premier

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has credited the Christian wing of Labour during his keynote speech.

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Police Released Their Own Videos of the Keith Scott Shooting This Weekend

Police say they recovered a gun, an ankle holster and a joint from the scene, though Scott’s family has maintained that he was unarmed. Police have also explained what sparked the encounter. They say that while at Scott’s apartment complex looking for someone else, they saw Scott in his car with both a marijuana joint and a handgun. The confrontation began moments later when the officers demanded he drop the gun and exit the vehicle.

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Closing migrant camp could break up families, warns Christian charity - premier

Shutting a migrant and refugee camp in Calais nicknamed 'the Jungle' could see families separated and dispersed across France, a Christian charity is warning.

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3 Ways to Fight Sexual Temptation Within Marriage

Noting that one of you experienced lust for something outside of your marriage, addressing it and moving on from it is a gracious thing. There’s no need to bring it up again after it is addressed. There’s no need to punish one another with words or by withholding sex. 

Paul says in 1 Corinthians 7:5, “Do not deprive one another, except perhaps by agreement for a limited time, that you may devote yourselves to prayer; but then come together again, so that Satan may not tempt you because of your lack of self-control.” The last thing a spouse needs after confessing sexual temptation is for sex to be angrily withheld.

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Why the Efficiency of Biological Organisms Cannot Be Explained by Evolution

Even atheistic scientists stipulate to the appearance of design in biological organisms . Richard Dawkins would be the first to agree: “Biology is the study of complicated things that give the appearance of having been designed for a purpose.” One example of the appearance of design in molecular organisms has become the icon of the Intelligent Design movement. Biochemist Michal Behe wrote about the bacterial flagellum twenty years ago in his famous book, Darwin’s Black Box . The flagellum bears a striking resemblance to the rotary motors created by intelligent designers. University of Utah Biology Professor David Blair describes the amazing similarities: “An ensemble of over forty different kinds of proteins makes up the typical bacterial flagellum. These proteins function in concert as a literal rotary motor. The bacterial flagellum’s components stand as direct analogs to the parts of a man-made motor, including a rotor, stator, drive shaft, bushing, universal joint, and propeller.”

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Research: Sex makes men more likely to believe in God

You are here »   Home »   ∷   Crazy World » Research: Sex makes men more likely to believe in God By Mirror Updated Monday, September 26th 2016 at 12:16 GMT +3 Share this story: Sex releases something called the "cuddle chemical", which could also inspire spirituality. Photo courtesy After having sex, do you ever feel like heading off to church? You know – you've just had some good times, you're snuggling down, and think, "Yes, I think I'll say a prayer now". If you feel prompted to do such things, science might explain it. Especially if you're male. According to new research, having sex could inspire some sort of divinity within us – a greater sense of purpose, perhaps. Researchers at Duke University say that sex could inspire a belief – or an increased belief – in God and religion. Sex releases something called oxytocin.

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Trump calls for a united Jerusalem - premier

A statement released by his campaign team said: "Mr Trump acknowledged that Jerusalem has been the eternal capital of the Jewish People for over 3000 years, and that the United States, under a Trump administration, will finally accept the long-standing Congressional mandate to recognize Jerusalem as the undivided capital of the State of Israel."

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Darwin’s Deathbed Conversion—a Legend?

It has been widely held among many sincere and well-meaning Christians that Charles Darwin on his deathbed not only renounced evolution, but also accepted Jesus Christ as his savior. The tale of this deathbed conversion has been passed down over the years as fact. This “event” has even been used as “evidence” that evolution is false. The overzealous have, at times, boldly proclaimed, “See—even Darwin knew that this theory was not true!”

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54 Soli Deo Gloria: Glorifying God in Everything by Stephen Nichols | September 26, 2016
55 Luther's Catechetical Framework - Westminster Theological Seminary
56 The Importance of Personal Devotions | Reasonable Faith
57 Yet Another Student Survey Confirming the Need for Case Making | Cold Case Christianity
58 Forgiveness: The Most Powerful Apologetic
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61 China's Christians Facing 'Harsh Religious Winter' as Gov't Crackdown Intensifies, Activists Warn
62 About That Error-Filled New Testament...
63 Focus on the Family on Twitter
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65 The Gospel Coalition 2017 National Conference
66 The Inconvenience of Loving Wisdom
67 Will Millennials Survive The Left's Inherent Illiberalism?
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69 Responding: Atheistic Physicalism and Letting Go of Too Much
70 Struck Down, But Not Destroyed
71 What Is Reformed Theology?
72 Antitheist Faith and History - Christian Research Institute
73 Southern Seminary on Twitter
74 Engaging Your Church in Anti-Human Trafficking Work
75 Syria: 'Bloodlust, Barbarism, Hell' Wreck Aleppo in Latest Bombing; Peace 'Almost Impossible,' Says UN Ambs.
76 911. What Do You Mean By E.R.A.C.I.S.M.?
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78 Anthem/Sonoran Metric - James White, KoS's 100.9 km bike ride
79 Church welcomes 'great gift' of Jason Kenny and Laura Trott's wedding - premier
80 Yes, You Should Say Something: Overcoming Awkwardness with Grieving People
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83 Book Review: “Eight Women of Faith” by Michael A.G. Haykin
84 'Praying for Our Candidates' During a Hostile Election
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88 Greg Laurie at Harvest Georgia: What's the Meaning of Life?
89 Star Trek TNG Season 7: “Genesis” and “Journey’s End”
90 Christians Should Stop Belittling Donald Trump
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93 What's Killing the American Dream?