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Why Young Christians Are Leaving the Church in Their College Years (Video) | Cold Case Christianity

Three factors contribute to the departure of young Christians during their university years.

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

Watch Steve Harvey Preach a Mini-Sermon About Grace Following a Live Taping of One of His Shows

TV personality Steve Harvey recently shared a video of what’s essentially a mini-sermon he delivered to a studio audience gathered for one of his TV shows. As he explained to Huffington Post, “After each taping of Little Big Shots or Family Feud or my talk show ... I try to share something that’s been on mind. God’s grace was on my mind.” In the clip below, which was filmed after he wrapped an episode of the show Little Big Shots, Harvey told the audience that no matter what happens in life, it’s never too late for God help: “God is in the forgiving business … Never be to proud to pray. Because prayer brings changes.”

The Human Cost of Animal Rights Fanaticism

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Do Yourself a Favor and Watch this Sia Cover That Uses Only a Bike as an Instrument

This is hands down the greatest cover song you’ll ever hear that uses only a bicycle as an instrument. Singer Kina Grannis and YouTube artist Kurt Hugo Schneider created this cover of Sia’s hit “ "Cheap Thrills” using drum sticks, a moving bicycle and some really great vocals. Who needs DJ equipment and actual instruments when you have an old fashioned 10-speed.

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Thousands of people have travelled to Rome for the canonisation of Mother Teresa.

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Celebrating 50 Years of Star Trek: Top 25 Moments, Times Two #15-11

Readers of this blog know that I’m a huge science fiction fan. Science fiction is a genre that has more worldview seeping into it and through it than almost any other one, in my opinion. To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek, I have teamed up with Mike Poteet of The Sci-Fi Christian (an excellent site and podcast you should follow in all forms) to share our top 25 moments each (50 total!) from all of Star Trek on screen. That’s right, from The Original Series all the way through Star Trek Beyond , we’re bringing you our favorite moments. Some of these are steeped with worldview, and some are just fun or interesting. Check them out, and let us know  your  favorites in the comments.

3 The Lost Purpose for Learning

In a new, thought-provoking e-book, “The Lost Purpose for Learning,” Chris articulates clearly what has gone awry and offers a systemic, intentional, and repeatable solution for Christian school teachers and headmasters, Sunday school workers, and other church personnel who interact with students between the ages of 4 and 18. Come to to get a free copy of “The Lost Purpose for Learning” to read and to share. It’s simply “must-reading” for Christians involved in education.

4 The Case for Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus (Case for ... Series): Lee Strobel: 0025986345860: Books

Like many American Christians, I was brought to church most Sundays and endured countless sermons and lessons. Despite this seemingly rich education on Christian principles, I never was exposed to a lesson or class on the existence of God; God's existence was assumed as fact. As I matured into my twenties and went to college, the existance of God was no longer taken for granted. I encountered many agnostics and atheists among my many college professors. The net result of their influence was to question my faith in the existance of God. I never lost my faith, but I found it was a faith that could not withstand scrutiny. Reading Lee Stobel's "The Case For Christ" began in me my search for the certainty of my faith. Strobel's book is an excellent place to start. He presents interviews with several Christian apologetics that involve issues related to the veracity of the Biblical account of Christ, the Son of God. The issues are as follows: The trustworthiness of the Gospel accounts. Historical evidences for Christ outside of the Bible. Archaeology and the Life of Christ The "Jesus Seminar" account of the life of Christ.


J. Warner Wallace has posted a guest post by a 7th grader named Annie Olsen.  Olsen made the case for the reliability of the New Testament for her rhetoric class.  You can read the full post  here .  The post is encouraging to those training the next generation to make the case for Christianity and motivating to the one who doubts his ability to make the case for Christianity. Stand firm in Christ, Chase

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Improbable Planet

Are we really just the result of innumerable coincidences? Or is there a more reasonable explanation? Earth is the only known planet that sustains complex life. But what most people don’t know is that number and complexity of the astronomical, geological, chemical, and biological features recognized as essential to human existence have expanded explosively within the past decade. In this pioneering book, Hugh Ross helps readers uncover the countless miracles that undergird the exquisitely fine-tuned planet we call home—as if Someone had us in mind all along. Endorsements “In Improbable Planet , Ross holds readers’ hands, leading them in a readable yet gently technical format through a compelling layer-upon-layer argument for the distinctiveness of the planet on which we live and of the preparation for inimitable life on Earth. The text is replete with references from primary scientific articles in some of the most well-respected journals, underscoring the highest academic rigor taken in substantiating the factual claims. Only the shamefully flippant could dismiss this book as being a faith-filled presentation rather than the scholarly work it represents.

Was the Apostle Paul an Apologist?

“The apostle Paul says what many pioneers of modern science believed, that nature itself is part of the evidence for the existence of God, ‘Since the creation of the world, God’s invisible qualities- his eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made. So that men are without an excuse.’”

The Case for Christianity According to a 7th Grader | Cold Case Christianity

Secondly, the testimonies given in the New Testament were verified by outside sources and evidence and were not corrupted over time.  Archaeological findings and writings from early, external, non-Christians gave detailed descriptions of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.  Some of these non-Christian historians included Josephus, Thallus, Tacitus, Mara Bar-Serapion, and Phlegon.  It is powerful to note that even non-followers and those who didn’t necessarily believe that Jesus was the Son of God provided documentation that Jesus lived in Judea, was a virtuous man, had wondrous powers, predicted the future, was the wise “King of the Jews”, was accused by Jewish leaders, and crucified by Pilate during the reign of Tiberius Caesar.  They also described darkness and an earthquake that covered the land at the time of the crucifixion.  Furthermore, these same non-believers stated that Jesus reportedly rose after death, was believed to be the Messiah, and was called the “Christ”.  Supporting that the New Testament accounts were not corrupted over time, the students of the original apostles consistently echoed the same message even though they were spread out geographically.

11 In Celebration of Labor

The bumper sticker read "I owe, I owe, it's off to work I go." Well, that's what many, including many Christians, think of work. What does Labor Day mean? For most of us, it's nothing more than a welcome break from what we tend to see as "the daily grind." Work to so many people is simply a necessary evil. The goal in life is putting in enough time to retire and relax.

​Why Do Kids Leave the Church? Don't Forget Bad Theology!

My heart broke that these young people had been taught such a harmful view. If I thought that the Bible taught sex was bad, I would probably disengage the church too! But the Bible has a very different view about sex and relationships. The abuse of sex is certainly bad, but sex itself is good. In fact, the biblical view is that sex is a beautiful gift from God, but is to be experienced within certain guidelines, which are meant to protect us and provide for us (Gen 2:24; Song of Solomon, Proverbs 5:15-23, 1 Cor 7). Rejecting these guidelines is what so often brings hurt, pain, and regret.

Do Not Go Beyond What Is Written

But it’s best to know our Bibles very well. The only proven antidote to the doctrinal and moral diseases that have always afflicted the churches of God is “holding fast to the word of life” (Philippians 2:16) and “not . . . go[ing] beyond what is written” (1 Corinthians 4:6). Church history serves to confirm this is true.

Do Conservative Christians Have the Love of Christ for Obama and Hillary?

I have found that comment to be useful, and so, while I speak forcefully and freely about my staunch disagreements with our president, always do so with several things in mind: 1) he is the first African-American president, bringing a real sense of pride to many African-Americans, therefore I will speak carefully; 2) he is my president, like it or not, therefore I will speak with respect; and 3) I also want to say something redemptive, such as, "I'm praying that he will be our greatest president, but so far, he has been a terrible disappointment."

15 The Elephant in the Room

You may have heard that Eastern story about the six blind men who encounter an elephant. The first touches its side and says, “An elephant is like a wall.” Another one touches the trunk and says, “No, an elephant is like a snake.” The third touches its tusk and says, “An elephant is like a spear.” Another one touches the leg and says, “An elephant is like a tree.” Another one touches an ear. “No, an elephant,” he says, “is like a fan.” And then touching the tail, the sixth one says, “You’re all wrong. An elephant is like a rope.”

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From Flight to Fight

So when your ears catch the drum of approaching orcs, and you feel the desire to surrender to sin, flee to Christ. He is a proven haven who has withstood all the artillery of the devil (Luke 4:1–13). We fight in his armor and are armed with his sword (Ephesians 6:17). Our daily battle cry is not simply, “Away from sin,” but, “To his keep!”

Syncretism – R.C. Sproul Jr.

Jesus, when He drew people unto Him, He called them and warned them and told them “You have to consider the cost. You have to set aside everything else, it’s gotta be all me, and nothing else.” So when we are trying to pursue personal peace and affluence, and trying to serve the living God, we find ourselves in the position of trying to serve two masters. I’m persuaded that so much of the weariness and the tiredness and the confusion that besets the evangelical church is grounded in just this, we’re trying to worship two gods. And that will wear anybody else. Our call is to live a simple life. And by simple I don’t mean you have to wear plain clothes and make your own soap, I mean a simple life is one where you have one single goal, where you pursue one thing, and that is the true and living God. We kill syncretism by understanding and embracing who God is, and by setting aside all the other idols and tearing them down, and bringing down the high places, and getting on our knees and seeking God and His face. I hope that we can do better, I hope that as I grow in grace and wisdom, I am busy about the business of tearing down the idols in my life.

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The Richest Man in India Is Giving Free Internet to Millions of People

The network—which reaches more than 80 percent of the country mostly through smartphones—began with an introductory offer that allows Indians to use Jio for internet and phone calls for free through the end of this year and then pay as little as 149 rupees, or $2.25, per month after that. Ambani said that voice calls would be free for life on the Jio network.

You're Probably Misunderstanding What It Means to Be a 'Lukewarm' Christian

[The Laodicean Christians’] works are neither hot nor cold but lukewarm. It has often been pointed out that both cold and hot water are good. Cold water is refreshing when you are sweating and unbelievably thirsty. If you run five miles on a hot day or come in from working in the yard, cold water is a tonic to your system. In the same way, hot water in tea or coffee or for bathing is soothing and comforting. But lukewarm water is disgusting. It doesn’t refresh you nor does it soothe.

Hillsong United Performed ‘Oceans’ on ‘The Today Show’ This Morning

The morning, The Today Show ’s “Citi Concert Series” hosted the worship outfit Hillsong United. The hosts Kathie Lee and Hoda even briefly interviewed singers Joel Houston and Taya Smith about their recent trip to Israel to record the live album Of Dirt and Grace and their upcoming documentary Hillsong: Let Hope Rise , which releases next week.

Your Joy Soothes Another’s Grief

This is the beauty of life in the church. The joy in one believer’s life can be the balm in the midst of deep personal struggles in another’s. It may be that one of your brothers or sisters desperately needs the joy God is pouring into your life. The gifts you receive are not only for you, but for serving one another (1 Peter 4:10). This begins by letting others share in the gift of joy when God gives it to you.

Relational Apologetics

Michael C. Sherrard's new book Relational Apologetics: Defending the Christian Faith with Holiness, Respect, and Truth is an important work that will help any believer seeking to share his or her faith with kindness as well as conviction. It provides wonderful instruction stressing how to communicate and build relationships with those we want to see come to faith, making it an excellent launching pad to teach Christians how to winsomely witness to their family, friends, and co-workers.

E-mails: Clinton Foundation lobbied Huma Abedin for diplomatic passports

Did Jesus Commend Faith That Is Blind? | Cold Case Christianity

But Thomas, one of the twelve, called Didymus, was not with them when Jesus came. So the other disciples were saying to him, “We have seen the Lord!” But he said to them, “Unless I see in His hands the imprint of the nails, and put my finger into the place of the nails, and put my hand into His side, I will not believe.” After eight days His disciples were again inside, and Thomas with them. Jesus came, the doors having been shut, and stood in their midst and said, “Peace be with you.” Then He said to Thomas, “Reach here with your finger, and see My hands; and reach here your hand and put it into My side; and do not be unbelieving, but believing.” Thomas answered and said to Him, “My Lord and my God!” Jesus *said to him, “Because you have seen Me, have you believed? Blessed are they who did not see, and yet believed.” Therefore many other signs Jesus also performed in the presence of the disciples , which are not written in this book; but these have been written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in His name. (John

Q & A With Dr. Craig: Theistic Ethics and Mind-Dependence

I have a question about morality that you'll hopefully be able to answer and clarify your position on. My knowledge of meta-ethics is pretty modest, but I'm actually leaning albeit tentatively towards morality being objective (see, there's at least one thing we agree on!). I'd argue that moral obligation can be objective without God (I won't do that here though), but I'd go even further and say that IF morality is founded in God it is NOT objective. If "objective" means "mind-independent" which might be a rough definition of objective, but let's accept it for now doesn't that make morality founded in God "divinely subjective" rather than objective? Now, perhaps you'd want to object here and say this is a straw man your view is that morality is founded in God's *nature*, perhaps. But if God's nature IS "the good", I don't understand where the normativity comes in. You'll recognize this as the is/ought problem: if God's nature IS in one way and not in another, how does that commit us to the view that we OUGHT to reflect the nature of God in our actions? It certainly seems like we might have prudential reasons to do so (if it were true), but I don't see how we'd have any *moral* reasons (at least not in any stronger sense than what we'd get from basic utilitarianism which I know you reject).

29 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily

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31 Colin Kaepernick

A lot of people are angry with Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers. After refusing to stand for the national anthem, he explained why at a press conference. He was protesting oppression, he said, all the while wearing a Fidel Castro t-shirt.  It reminds me of a rap group who once said “they were out to destroy capitalism” by selling CD’s.

Christian Apologist Nabeel Qureshi Diagnosed With Advanced Stomach Cancer, Says His Prognosis Is 'Grim'

"This is an announcement that I never expected to make, but God in His infinite and sovereign wisdom has chosen me for this refining, and I pray He will be glorified through my body and my spirit," Qureshi wrote. "My family and I have received the news that I have advanced stomach cancer, and the clinical prognosis is quite grim. Nonetheless, we are going to pursue healing aggressively, both medical and miraculous, relying on God and the fact that He is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine."

No God but One: Allah or Jesus?: A Former Muslim Investigates the Evidence for Islam and Christianity: Nabeel Qureshi: 9780310522553: Books

Personally, I feel that it is extremely important for everyone (Christian, Muslim, skeptic, atheist) to read this book. You get an honest look at both faiths, their history, their fundamental doctrines, and what it means to truly follow one or the other. It is vital that people think critcally about their faith and why you have a particular worldview, because how you approach life here is dictated by that. Likewise, it is equally important for people of other beliefs to be able to have honest dialogue with opposing views to be able to come to a better understanding. Nabeel Qureshi does a fantastic job of dissecting the two faiths and comparing and contrasting. Give this book a read, it will do nothing but help you understand no matter what your background is! "At best, all faiths are superficially similar and fundamentally different." - RZ

Even If You Labor “for Nought”

This is a threat not only to pastors, but to all believers. All of us can become oppressed that our work is of no value. Any one of us can be crushed by the feeling that others do not approve of how we do our work. Who has never felt the pang that he has labored in vain and spent his strength for nothing? When discouragement comes in this form, we need a special weapon to fight the fight of faith.

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Gender: Scriptural Authority and Reality

“The heavens declare the glory of God, the skies proclaim the works of His hands” (Psalm 19:1).   No place on earth exists where the unspoken words of the natural creation are not seen, thus no place exists where the invisible attributes of the Uncaused Causer, and the Undersigned Designer cannot be deduced.   Humanity is without excuse when we suppress the truth concerning God in an attempt to formulate our own version of reality (Romans 1:18-21).

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“The Atheist Delusion” – Why Millions Deny the Obvious

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Pamela Anderson Now Says Porn Is a ‘Public Hazard of Unprecedented Seriousness'

In their piece, they cited studies that show how the cultural “experiment in mass debasement” has led millions to regularly consume porn, and how many have attempted to stop, but can’t. They wrote, “How many families will suffer? How many marriages will implode?”


I long for the old Larry King days. I didn’t always agree with Larry King, but I liked that he would ask a question and then let you talk. He realized that people weren’t going to listen to Larry King. They tuned in to listen to all the fascinating guests that he had and learn from them.

A Big Church? Or a Healthy Church? What If You Had to Choose?

If we all started choosing for health and left the growth to God, what would happen? Does anyone really believe that would hinder church growth? Or is it possible that maybe – just maybe – the end result would be a world filled with healthier churches, both large and small?

14 Mother Teresa Quotes About How to Change the World

Today, on the anniversary of her death, we celebrate her legacy and look back on 14 of her most inspirational quotes about love, prayer and the small acts of kindness that can change the world forever.

7 Prominent Christian Thinkers Who Wrestled With Doubt

Along with his legacy of being a reformer and a father of Protestantism, Martin Luther is also remembered for a less grand—and a much more relatable—trait: Doubt. Luther’s primary doubts about faith didn’t necessarily rest on the question of God’s existence, but His character.

The ‘Mythbusters’ Gang Is Coming Back with a New Netflix Show

Thankfully, the premise sounds similar to Mythbusters , except without all of the bickering between Jamie and Adam. According to Deadline , in The White Rabbit Project , “the three head down the rabbit hole to investigate weird and wonderful events from pop culture, science and history” including “topics as diverse as jailbreaks, superpower technology, heists and crazy world war two weapons.” You hear that? Jailbreaks. Heist. Weaponry. This is going to be cool.

Dealing Hope in the Darkest of Nights

What changed? So much happened, and I wish I could share it all. But the short answer is that God delivered me from the darkness of despair through my friends and family as they shared their hope with me. I’m not talking about a shove-it-in-your-face kind of “sharing.” They didn’t try to explain all my problems away or attempt to explain all of God’s intentions for my suffering.

Ben-Hur: Gods, Faith, Baptism, and Forgiveness

I had the chance to go see the new “Ben Hur” movie this past weekend. I think it is fair to say that I’m a huge fan of Ben Hur in many forms. I read the novel (at least) annually. I watch the Charlton Heston version of the film several times a year. It is one of the most utterly compelling plots I know of. It’s a tale of betrayal and revenge that turns into much more than that. (Be sure to see the Links at the end for several more of my posts about the book and other movie.) Here, I will look at this particular retelling of the story of Ben Hur and the worldview themes found therein. There will be SPOILERS in what follows.

Why isn’t God’s Existence more Obvious? | Saints and Sceptics

Some atheists are quite open about the fact that they don’t want there to be a God. Others demand evidence of a very narrow kind that seems to amount to either mathematical proof or something akin to the sort of evidence that might be acquired in an experiment in the science lab. Those who adopt such an approach tend to be very dismissive of reasons that are offered in favour of God’s existence and in many cases they aren’t prepared to put any significant effort into understanding these reasons or evaluating them with an open mind. Now, my point is not that all atheists approach the topic in this way, but just that for those who do, merely providing more evidence for God will be unlikely to change their minds. Why? Because their attitude to God and to the possibility of evidence for God virtually guarantees their atheistic conclusion.

God of Love?

Increasingly today, “love” for many involves control and manipulation, seeking maximum self-gratification in return for minimum commitment. It could be argued that this is due, at least in part, to the widespread influence of atheism and naturalistic evolution in public life, particularly in schools. If children are told that there is no God, no ultimate purpose, no universal standard for moral behavior; that they are utterly insignificant, the result of chance chemical interactions on a cosmic stage; that survival of the fittest is the most important factor in the evolution and furtherance of the human race—is it really any wonder that much of society is obsessed with hedonism and violence? This approach to life is the complete opposite of what the Bible teaches about love and its associated humility, mercy, kindness, and faithfulness.

Is Jesus the Creator God?

That is, God the Father, whose voice was never heard, nor his shape seen by angels or men; for though Jacob, Moses, the elders of Israel, Manoah, and his wife, are said to see God, and Job expected to see him with his bodily eyes, and the saints will see him as he is, in which will lie their great happiness; yet all seems to be understood of the second person, who frequently appeared to the Old Testament saints, in an human form, and will be seen by the saints in heaven, in his real human nature; or of God in and by him: for the essence of God is invisible, and not to be seen with the eyes of the body; nor indeed with the eyes of the understanding, so as to comprehend it; nor immediately, but through, and by certain means: God is seen in the works of creation and providence, in the promises, and in his ordinances; but above all, in Christ the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person: this may chiefly intend here, man’s not knowing any thing of God in a spiritual and saving way, but in and by Christ 11

51 Bold Evidence is Everywhere for God: Yet 'Nothing' is Proof for Atheism
52 Kindness Changes Everything
53 Mother Teresa to be Canonized on September 4: “Abortion is the Greatest Threat to Peace” |
54 9 Things You Should Know About Mother Teresa
55 Improbable Planet
56 Instagram photo by MaryJo Sharp • Sep 7, 2016 at 2:36am UTC
57 Downsizing Is a Spiritual Exercise
58 Treat Yourself to the Voice of God
60 The TC Apologetics Daily
61 Be Focused on Others
62 Do we see evidence for God in the fossil record? | Bob Nisbet
63 Cosmic Treason by R.C. Sproul | September 6, 2016
64 Charming, 'God-fearing' Southern woman goes to church — but don't ask where
65 Simone Biles to write autobiography,
66 Work and Worship
67 1 Corinthians 15:58: Labor for the Lord Is Never Lost
69 What Became of the Christian Intellectuals? A Conversation with Professor Alan Jacobs -
70 Catch The Light for Intelligent Design Audio Play - 1st Clip
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72 The Briefing 09-06-16 -
73 The Briefing 09-06-16 -
74 RUTH - A Big Little Love Story
75 ManInTheMoonRecords on Twitter
76 Reasonable Faith on Twitter
77 God’s Beauty for the Bored, Busy, and Depressed
78 Schlafly was hated by cultural left, which means her obits featured classic, 50-50 reporting
79 Is College a Waste of Time and Money? | The Stream
80 How Liberal Judges Seized Control of Federal Courts
81 Grace to You Radio
83 Experimental Alzheimer's Drug Could Eventually Offer a Treatment Breakthrough
84 Spiritual Disciplines and the Sinkhole Syndrome
85 Institutes: Summit Oxford - Summit Ministries
86 Renewing Your Mind | Therefore, Go | Sep 5, 2016
87 Los Angeles Times gets it right with piece on Black Lives Matter vs. the black church