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More than Missiles

Much is written about ISIS crisis, how it emerged and how to deal with it.  The following is the best commentary I’ve come across which approaches the issue with clarity and wisdom.  The article is comprised of the testimony of … Continue reading

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Britain goes secular – can it be?

The Telegraph, a London newspaper , carried the following story dealing with the state of “religion” in Britain.  Unfortunately I did not find it surprising and wonder if there is any essential difference between what is pretty obvious in Britian … Continue reading

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Christianity and the Arts

The Gospel Coalition blog just published an article by Brett McCracken dealing with the intersection of the arts and Christianity entitled Can an Atheist Make a Good Bible Movie?  The article discusses two films slated for release in 2014: Exodus, starring … Continue reading

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Truth and The Life of Pi

My church, New Life Christian Church, just completed a series of messages based on current popular movies.  My favorite was the message on The Life of Pi which was preached by Patrick Dennis, one of the New Life volunteers.  My … Continue reading

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Are Non-Christians going to hell? The above link is a “Tough Questions” interview of Tim Keller.  In the interview Keller explains his thoughts and understanding of the “Exclusivity” of Christianity and the relative consequences of believing and not believing.

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Ravi Zacharias on Why He is Not an Atheist

Following is a link to a speech Ravi Zacharias gave last night at Princeton University.  I watched it real time and now they have it up for viewing.  Dr. Zacharias was the author of The Grand Weaver which our men’s … Continue reading

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Persecuted Christians and the Minority Experience

Whine, whine, whine.  That seems to be my thought theme for several months now and it grew even worse recently when a respected Christian, Louie Giglio, was forced to step down from a previous invitation to lead a prayer at … Continue reading

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