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Join Loretta for Space Week on Premier Drive from the 5th – 9th September.

Teenage Suicide Bomber: The Story the Media Didn't Show You

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Mother Teresa declared a saint - premier

Mother Teresa has been declared a saint by Pope Francis during a mass attended by hundreds of thousands of people at the Vatican.

To Practice Science, We Must Philosophize

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Listen to Kirk Franklin and Pharrell Discuss Worship, Faith, Church and the Holy Spirit

Gospel music star Kirk Franklin recently sat down with music superstar Pharrell Williams and radio DJ Scott Vener on the Beats 1 radio show OTHERtone to discuss religious beliefs, and the discussion went in an interesting direction. Pharrell talked about why he thinks so many people have an aversion to religion in the first place. Essentially saying that he believes that some people don’t have capacity for religious belief: I don't think the church gives enough credence to, like, science … There are departments in your brain for everything that you think. All of your thoughts come from your brain, that tissue, that muscle … and there's a part where it falls under religion. And there are certain people that just don't have that. Pharrell then said that he suggests that people learn each other’s beliefs, even if it takes some unconventional methods to get them to read scripture: I think a cool way to bring people together is to say, ‘Look, you don’t have to look at it in a religious or faithful way. Read it as a text.’ Replace the word ‘God’ with ‘the universe’ and it starts to make more sense, to you … Now, I know that there's power in that word [God]. I've experienced it. I've seen it. But everyone has their journey, and not everyone is going to believe If you have a difference of opinion, I think it’s smarter for me to understand your difference of opinion, than to not know at all, and we’re always just mortal enemies and we don’t want to talk. I think the easy way for us to like get to know each other is to share each other’s beliefs and our difference and get to know them and to understand them. Vener suggested using pop culture and works of curated art, music and literature to help communicate these types of ideas to unbelievers or people with deeper questions. Franklin said that he sees a new wave of artists coming up that are challenging people to think about God and faith saying, “People are hungry, they’ve just been to some dirty restaurants.” Along with noting Kanye’s "Ultralight Beams" and the “gospel moments” in Chance’s new mixtape, Franklin even gave a shoutout to Lecrae as one of the artists pushing people to have deeper conversations. Later in the interview, Pharrell says that he was raised listening to gospel, and talked about the impact that growing up in a spirit-filled church had on him later in life. “I just remember, like, the fire that you’d see in church. But because I was around it, i just thought everyone had experience that … Everyone’s seen people catch the spirit. Everybody’s seen, you know, when the spirit runs through the church.” The whole interview is a fascinating look at Pharrell’s background, and Franklin's views on faith and music. And, even though not all Christians will agree with all of Pharrell’s believes or perspectives, the interview offers an interesting look at the upbringing and worldview of one of music’s biggest names.

First look at Jude Law as pope in new TV drama - premier

A chilling trailer showing Jude Law as a dark and evil pope has been released.

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Netflix Just Released a Teaser for ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2

Well, this is exciting. Netflix has just released a brief teaser for the new season of their hit sci-fi series Stranger Things. The clip is more about hints and clues than major revelations, but, it’s an exciting peak the follow-up to the acclaimed first season. There’s no release date set yet, though according to the clip, it will drop sometime in 2017.

The meaning of week #1 in college football

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WORLD on Twitter

No injuries in record-tying, magnitude 5.6 Oklahoma quake; shaking felt from Texas to Neb. https://world.wng.org/news_highlights  pic.twitter.com/yWwuEu4D6k

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Cold-Case Christianity on the NRB Network | Cold Case Christianity

With the rules of evidence clearly in mind, he examines the case for the existence of God, the reality of dualism, the reliability of the Biblical text, and the deity of Jesus. Along the way we also take a critical look at the nature of the Christian Church in America today. Why are so many young people leaving the church? Why are so many older Christians apathetic and unengaged? Why do so few Christians understand what they believe, and why do even fewer understand why they believe it? Join J. Warner each week as he sorts through the evidence for the Christian Worldview and examines the life of the Church.

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“People Do Not Come to Faith from Arguments!” 4 Objections to Apologetics

Let me first say, I wholeheartedly agree that the Holy Spirit leads people to faith. Jesus noted that when the Holy Spirit comes that He would “convict the world concerning sin and righteousness and judgment: concerning sin, because you do not believe in me; concerning righteousness, because I go to the Father, and you will see me no longer; concerning judgment, because the ruler of this world is judged” (John 16:8-11). While the Holy Spirit convicts, we are told that we have a part to play in the evangelism process. Jesus also told the disciples before His ascension, “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth” (Acts 1:8). One could argue; If the Holy Spirit brings people to faith, then why evangelize? Christians evangelize because God commanded us to do so. Through the preaching of the Word, people are convicted by the Holy Spirit to come to faith. The Holy Spirit uses our evangelistic efforts to save people. The same is true for apologetics. Intellectual argumentation is often used by the Holy Spirit to bring people to faith.

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Why Do So Many Christians Dismiss Apologetics?

Mistaken view of apologetics . A couple years ago I spoke with an influential youth leader about the present state of youth culture. When I inquired about his views on apologetics, he quickly dismissed it, even though his own research showed that many kids were leaving the faith because they had unanswered questions. As I probed further, it became clear that he equated apologetics with a cage-match where people defend their hot-button issue without relationship or gentleness. If that is what apologetics is, then I would dismiss it too! What should apologetics be about? Dallas Willard Perhaps said it best:

6 'Born this Way’ Is Shaky Science

To be clear, the research will continue, and this report isn’t exhaustive of all the studies out there, but it is enough to prove that the science isn’t settled as we’re often told. And to be clear, those using the levers of cultural power to impose this new vision of sex, marriage, and humanity aren’t driven by, nor will they be unconvinced of their vision, by science.

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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 - Orange

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The Origin and Insufficiency of the Black Hebrew Israelite Movement - Christian Research Institute

30 The Origin and Insufficiency of the Black Hebrew Israelite Movement by Jimmy Butts Today’s Religious Movements: The Black Hebrew Israelite movement has infiltrated black communities on the basis of two principal claims: (1) All African Americans biologically descend from the ancient Hebrews, and (2) The means of salvation for African Americans is obedience to the Law of Moses. Although Black Hebraism addresses important issues in black communities, their worldview has no foundation in history or Scripture.

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9 Things You Should Know About Mother Teresa

We are talking of peace. These are things that break peace, but I feel the greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion, because it is a direct war, a direct killing - direct murder by the mother herself. And we read in the Scripture, for God says very clearly: Even if a mother could forget her child - I will not forget you - I have carved you in the palm of my hand. We are carved in the palm of His hand, so close to Him that unborn child has been carved in the hand of God. And that is what strikes me most, the beginning of that sentence, that even if a mother could forget something impossible - but even if she could forget - I will not forget you. And today the greatest means - the greatest destroyer of peace is abortion. And we who are standing here - our parents wanted us. We would not be here if our parents would do that to us. Our children, we want them, we love them, but what of the millions. Many people are very, very concerned with the children in India, with the children in Africa where quite a number die, maybe of malnutrition, of hunger and so on, but millions are dying deliberately by the will of the mother.

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How to Find Real Community After College

So when you ask yourself—what does good community look like to me? You may want to re-evaluate what good community actually is, because chances are you had an encounter with good community that is only realistic at college—maybe even only the first year or two of college. I urge you to explore and dig deeper into what community may look like for you in the future.

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God Might Wreck Your Dreams

There is really only one surefire way to not blow a gasket when plans fall through and that’s to trust God. Proverbs 16:9 says that “the heart of man plans his ways, but the Lord establishes his steps.”

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How Mother Teresa Challenged Hillary Clinton on Abortion

This was not the end of the relationship, which Hillary has always looked back upon with fondness. In the short time she had left on earth, Mother Teresa continued to try to change Clinton’s view on abortion. According to Hillary, “she sent me dozens of notes and messages with the same gentle entreaty.” She dealt with the first lady with patience and kindness, but firm conviction: “Mother Teresa never lectured or scolded me; her admonitions were always loving and heartfelt,” wrote Hillary, adding that she had “the greatest respect for her opposition to abortion.” Mother Teresa saw in Hillary a potentially huge convert to the pro-life cause, and never gave up, but to no avail.

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Crossway on Twitter

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What Do the Major Cults Believe?

Serious challenges to the historic Christian faith are initiated by the Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mormons. Because of the large numbers of adherents to these groups, as well as their rates of expansion, they give cause for

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As Predicted, Gay Activists Attack the Messengers, Ignore the Evidence | The Stream

Michael I read this report on T H this reminds me of the analogy of the Jaywalker Story in the A A book. The guy tries to jump the cars is hit and breaks a leg . Next time it’s 2 legs . Then both legs and both arms . Of course our man is constantly reminded he is in the wrong and that his lifestyle will kill him . He of course maintains he’s in the right and nothing will convince him he’s in the wrong. Of course the day comes when his luck runs out and the CONDOM bursts still he says to himself its only AIDS and they say ( whoever they are ) that I can still live a ” normal life ” if I take a barrow load of drugs every day for the rest of my short life. Talk about the blind leading the blind. –God Bless.

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“The Atheist Delusion” – Why Millions Deny the Obvious

By downloading “The Atheist Delusion” now, you will help us to produce future Christian movies and get to watch “The Atheist Delusion” two months before its release on YouTube (and DVD)! As a token of our appreciation, you will also receive the following items:

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Kindness Changes Everything

When Paul laid out his case to the church in Corinth that he was a true apostle, he did so by detailing the trials he endured for the sake of the gospel, the inner spiritual life God granted him despite this suffering, and the God-produced spiritual fruit in his life (2 Corinthians 6:1–13). Surprisingly, kindness made his list of spiritual fruit. “You want proof I’m an apostle?” he said, in effect. “Okay, here it is: I’m kind.”

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Getting Hurt By the Church Doesn't Mean You Should Abandon God

I realized that my strongest experiences of worship don’t usually happen when life is going well. It’s when life is going poorly and I’m in the middle of a storm and I still stand and sing glory that I most intensely experience God’s nearness and greatness.

20 .@Ichthus77 #Apologetics Daily

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

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Thoughts Everyone Has Secretly Had While Bored at Church

It’s Sunday morning, and even though we’re in church, our brains are elsewhere. We’re not saying it’s a good thing to let your mind drift during a Sunday morning service, but it happens, OK? We’re not monks.

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BreakPoint on Twitter

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23 Chaucer Who?

Anthony Esolen, an English professor at Providence College writes much the same about students’ language skills. “I now regularly meet students who have never heard the names of most English authors who lived before 1900…" and he added, they make “grammatical errors for which there are no names.”

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The New Face of Atheism (And It’s Not Dawkins!)

In contrast, the new face of atheism does not lead with the intellect. While they do reject the truth of Christianity, and frequently raise objections to the faith, they seem to focus more on the heart than the mind. This is not meant as a critique, but a recognition that they are less interested in debating theology than in simply helping people in the here and now. They are driven more to help people find community and meaning in their present lives than discussing the second premise of the cosmological argument. In fact, some even question the importance and relevance of the big questions of life.

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Pray for Nabeel Qureshi and Family | RZIM

Our hearts go out to Nabeel and his family, and our prayers are for him. No doubt this is a valley that no one anticipates so soon in life. The entire RZIM team and our families are in impassioned prayer on his behalf. We ask you to join us in lifting him up during this time.

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Is Jesus God?

Is Jesus really God? There are many cults and false religions today that deny it. The Jehovah’s Witnesses, for example, believe Jesus was created by the Father billions of years ago as the Archangel Michael and is hence a “lesser god” than the Father. The Mormons say Jesus was born as the first and greatest spirit child of the Heavenly Father and heavenly mother, and was the spirit-brother of Lucifer. New Agers claim Jesus was an enlightened master. Unitarian Universalists say Jesus was just a good moral teacher. What is the truth about Jesus Christ? We turn to the Scriptures for the answer.

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Great, Now They’re Telling Us ‘Antibacterial’ Soap Doesn’t Do Anything

Manufacturers did not demonstrate that the ingredients are both safe for long-term daily use and more effective than plain soap and water in preventing illness and the spread of certain infections.

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Discovery Institute on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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Old School Books Are Still More Popular Than Electronic Ones

The way people read e-books has evolved over the past five years as well. People who read e-books have shifted to using smartphones and tablets instead of e-readers. Since 2011, the percent of people reading on tablets has tripled and those reading on smartphones has doubled, but the percent of people using e-readers hasn't changed at all.

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There Is No Such Thing as 'The Voiceless'

We are not a voice for the voiceless. The truth is that there is a lot of noise out there drowning out quiet voices, and many people have stopped listening to the cries of their neighbors. Lots of folks have put their hands over their ears to drown out the suffering.

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Bill Nye’s New Netflix Show Will Take on ‘Religious Leaders’

Since the start of the ‘Science Guy’ show, I’ve been on a mission to change the world by getting people everywhere excited about the fundamental ideas in science. Today, I’m excited to be working with Netflix on a new show, where we’ll discuss the complex scientific issues facing us today, with episodes on vaccinations, genetically modified foods and climate change. With the right science and good writing, we’ll do our best to enlighten and entertain our audience. And, perhaps we’ll change the world a little.

32 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily, by Greg West: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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Reasons To Believe : Why All the Buzz About Mosquitoes?

Mosquitoes can be found in very warm climates as well as in cold climates and are an intricate part of Earth’s biodiversity and God’s creation. The vast majority of mosquitoes are beneficial participants in complex ecosystems and play no role in human disease. We really don’t know how eradicating mosquitoes might result in significant unwanted and unimaginable effects on the environment. As scientists and good stewards of creation, we must patiently and diligently look for ways to prevent mosquito-borne diseases while protecting well-balanced ecological systems. One day soon, as we continue to learn more, we might have more to buzz about and even reasons to celebrate mosquitoes on World Mosquito Day!

34 http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2016/08/book-giveaway-no-god-but-one-allah-or.html

Book Giveaway: No God, but One: Allah or Jesus? by Nabeel Qureshi

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Was the Apostle John an Apologist?

What I love about Christian Apologetics is that many people I meet, and share with, tell me that they never knew there was more to Christianity than just basic religious teachings, or politics and blind faith. I love it when people get that a-ha’ moment like I have so many times. There are so many great Christian Apologists today like Ravi Zacharias, Greg Koukl, J. Warner Wallace, Frank Turek, Lee Strobel, Sean McDowell (and his Dad Josh), William Lane Craig, and J.P. Moreland just to name a select few that I’ve read and studied under.

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Can Acts of Love Earn Us A Place In Heaven?

For more resources from Reasonable Faith visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org In April 2016, Dr. William Lane Craig was invited to Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, IL to speak at their annual missions conference. While there, he spoke on the topic, "The Historicity of Jesus’ Resurrection" and followed that with a lengthy Q&A time. 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 Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/reasonablefa...

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Science and Faith Shouldn't Be at Odds

We’re called to show that God exists not by proving he’s real through science, but through displaying a love that reflects His goodness. We’re called not just to “defend” truth, but we’re called to literally embody it. And we are the Body of Christ not by refuting lab results or theories that challenge our understanding of scripture, but by displaying the character and nature of Christ.

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Is the Christian Worldview Logical?

Many people have the impression that Christians live in two “worlds”—the world of faith and the world of reason. The world of faith is the realm that Christians live in on Sunday morning, or the world to which they refer when asked about spiritual or moral matters. However, it would seem that Christians live in the world of reason throughout the rest of the week, when dealing with practical, everyday matters. After all, do we really need to believe in the Bible to put gasoline in the car, or to balance our checkbook?

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Why God Created the World

But we can’t leave it here. That’s too general. It’s too disconnected from the specific persons of the Trinity and from the flow of history the way God is guiding it. The question is not just, Why did God create the world? But why this world — why these thousands of years of human history with a glorious beginning, and a horrible fall of humanity into sin? And why a history of Israel, and the coming of the Son of God into the world, and a substitutionary death by crucifixion on a cross? And why a triumphant resurrection, the founding of the church and the history of global missions to where we are today with evangelical faith in every country of the world? Why this particular world — this particular history?

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Study: We Mostly Become Friends with People Who Think Just Like We Do

It is reasonable to expect people would be friends with people of a similar educational level, for two reasons. One because they may well have met them through their degree (or through friends who met them at their degrees), and two, because it is reasonable to expect you would want to spend more time with people you have more in common with, so you can have conversations with them. And the income thing is laughable, really. Someone who is barely just surviving financially is not going to go to the same places as someone who owns several houses, cars and a yacht, simply because on an ongoing basis they can't afford it. How is any of this unexpected?

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http://lukenixblog.blogspot.com/2013/01/book-review-cold-case-christianity.html

Introduction Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels ( Paperback , Kindle , Audiobook ) is one of the latest books to examine the evidence for the reliability of the New Testament. Homicide detective J. Warner Wallace  was an atheist before he began putting Christianity to the same tests that he places witnesses and suspects to in his investigations of crimes. He split his book into two sections. The first deals with the methods used in detective work. He uses his own experiences to illustrate and applies them to different aspect of Christianity. In the second part he specifically targets the reliability of the four gospels as eyewitness accounts of history. This review will be a chapter-by-chapter summary but should not be taken as comprehensive of Wallace's presentation: Section 1: Learn to Be a Detective Chapter 1: Don't Be a "Know-it-All" In the first chapter Wallace begins his training of the reader by speaking a bit about presuppositions. He explains that presuppositions are ideas that we come to an investigation with prior to any investigating.

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http://lukenixblog.blogspot.com/2016/01/should-we-question-god.html

Introduction Have you ever asked a theological question of a Christian and were told "who are you to question God?" This is all too common today in the Church. I remember experiencing this quite often as a child, teenager, young adult, and even just in the last couple weeks. I have written about the importance of asking questions about our worldview ( here and here ), but the most recent admonition included a biblical appeal that I believe needs to be addressed. My frequent readers know that I often post and converse on science/faith issues. I believe that it is important that we defend not only the correct overall worldview , but also the details of the worldview . These details often include our views of origins, and these in-house discussions can get heated. My recent discussion was with a fellow brother-in-Christ. He takes a young-earth creationist position (YEC), and I take an old-earth creationist (OEC) position. In my efforts to understand his view better (and demonstrate a possible inconsistency in his view), I posed several theological challenges (you can find the details in this post: Historical Science, Deception, and Blind Faith) , in the form of questions, to his particular position.

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What is Religion? Does evolution qualify? Atheism?

Evolutionists are notorious for redefining evolution to suit their needs for the occasion. In other words to keep evolution from being exposed as the total fraud it is, they keep changing the meaning of the word “evolution”; so they wind up claiming you’re not speaking about the same thing; though you’re speaking of the same evolution the discussion started with.  For instance, you may start out with a statement like “molecules to man evolution has never been observed.” They’ll return something like, “Do you know what evolution is? It’s a change in the allele frequency of a gene pool.” These are two different things; two different discussions, and thus  you can never convince them of anything.   Steven Meyer and Mike Keas have documented 6 of the common uses of the term “evolution” that evolutionists switch between. 1   There’s a term for that tactic.  It’s the logical fallacy known as equivocation .

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Festival defends Franklin Graham invitation amid protests - premier

He went on: "We felt very clearly that the support is so broad, it's so strong, that three, four individuals that have a difficult time with Franklin Graham really should not in any way overshadow the strong support and the request of... hundreds of ministries and organisations that are looking forward to the Festival of Hope.

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10,000 Syrian Refugees Isn’t Nearly Enough

In reference to this issue, I compiled several questions for myself but hopefully anyone reading this to ponder. 1) Why are these Syrians leaving in droves from their own country? Why are they not assisting with the fight to rid their country of ISIS? Why is it that we (U.S. and our allies) are risking our lives and our resources to fight a fight for a country where their own citizens won’t do either? The Kurds are fighting and dying for their land! 2) Why are the five wealthiest Muslim nations in the Middle East (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain) refusing to take in any refugees? 3) Why not resettle the refugees in other Middle Eastern countries? According to The Center for Immigration Studies ( http://cis.org/ ) it costs 12 times more to resettle refugees in the U.S. than it does to resettle them in neighboring countries. We could help to resettle 12 times more refugees in areas that would be easier for them to adjust to. 4) Why were the religious minorities basically forgotten? They are the most persecuted and should be the priority. According to cnsnews.com only .

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Is the Intelligent Design Movement Christian?

The ID movement does not speak to the optimality of design because it does not attempt to explain all designs. Remember, only “certain features” are designed, and evolutionary processes are not ruled out. The ID movement also claims not to be religiously motivated. It focuses not on the whom but on the what. This may sound very appealing at first glance. Some biblical creationists believe that the ID movement’s tolerance and acceptance of a wide range of beliefs about the supernatural could be useful in reaching a larger audience. Since the movement is very careful not to associate itself with Christianity or any formal religion, some think it will stand a better chance of gaining acceptance as an alternative to Darwinism in the schools, because it does not violate the so-called separation of church and state.

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Nabeel Qureshi asks for prayer followng cancer prognosis - premier

Christian Author, speaker and former Muslim Nabeel Qureshi is asking for prayer after revealing he has advanced stomach cancer.

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Missionary who devoted her life to the poor is shot dead in Haiti - premier

A missionary from Spain who devoted her life to helping the poor in Haiti has been shot dead in the country's capital.

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Church of England bishop reveals he's gay and in celibate relationship - premier

The Bishop of Grantham has revealed that he is gay and in a celibate relationship, becoming the first Church of England bishop to publically come out.

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Why Burkinis Should Matter To Christians Who Care About Religious Freedom

Around the world, nations often deny religious freedom. We need to show the world a better way—the one our Founding Fathers laid forth. When Christians demand religious freedom for ourselves and do not speak up for others, we miss the teaching of Jesus, who said, “So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets” (Matt. 7:12).

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53 1 Corinthians 3:21–23 : A Proven Recipe for Humility
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56 A Fundamental Problem With The Presuppositionalism of Cornelius Van Til
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59 Sitting on Our Hands – R.C. Sproul Jr.
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67 A Big Church? Or a Healthy Church? What If You Had to Choose?
68 The Death of God
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70 What Does "Give Us this Day Our Daily Bread" Mean?
71 Why isn’t God’s Existence more Obvious? | Saints and Sceptics
72 Can Christians Still Influence American Culture?
73 No God but One: Allah or Jesus?: A Former Muslim Investigates the Evidence for Islam and Christianity: Nabeel Qureshi: 9780310522553: Amazon.com: Books
74 “The Atheist Delusion” – Why Millions Deny the Obvious
75 Fearless Faith in a Time of Forgetting
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78 Old Testament: History or Hoax
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83 Sources for Caesar and Jesus Compared by Darrell Bock
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