Daily Archives: July 3, 2014

The Comfort Zone: Words of Comfort: Scientists in Israel

The Comfort Zone: Words of Comfort: Scientists in Israel: “Scientists in Israel have made news because they say that the Bible is wrong. It says that camels were domesticated somewhere between 2000 and 1500 BC. They believe that they weren’t … Continue reading

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“I strongly hoped [Christianity] was not [true].” | C.S. Lewis Blog

“I strongly hoped [Christianity] was not [true].” | C.S. Lewis Blog: “My own position at the threshold of Xtianity was exactly the opposite of yours,” Lewis writes in a 1950 letter. “You wish it were true: I strongly hoped it … Continue reading

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The Summit Lecture Series | JP Moreland | Loving God With All Your Mind

The Summit Lecture Series | JP Moreland | Loving God With All Your Mind: ‘via Blog this’

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Why Christian Literature is on the Rise | INSIGHTS

Why Christian Literature is on the Rise | INSIGHTS: “Christians have always been a bit defensive. From the first there was the whole explanation-thing, “Well, we are believers in the one God, and in His Son too, and yeah, he … Continue reading

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Duck Dynasty And Christianity: ‘If God Can Use Me, He Can Use Anybody’ Says Jase Robertson

Duck Dynasty And Christianity: ‘If God Can Use Me, He Can Use Anybody’ Says Jase Robertson: “The Duck Dynasty team are a religious bunch whose beliefs are strictly rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ, as is apparent from how … Continue reading

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Obamacare and Religious Freedom – This is Why the Hobby Lobby Case was Important » Eagle Rising

Obamacare and Religious Freedom – This is Why the Hobby Lobby Case was Important » Eagle Rising: “The good folks at Hobby Lobby were kind enough to prepare this video explaining why the Hobby Lobby case matters. After yesterday’s big … Continue reading

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