• | 4/17/2017 | Staff
    Three days before reaching the New World, the crew begged him to turn back, fearing if they went farther they couldn’t catch enough wind to return to Spain before running out of food and water.
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  • Tim Challies | 4/17/2017 | Staff
    Today’s Kindle deals include some recommended titles by Lydia Brownback, James White, and a few other notable authors. It’s a day past Easter, but still a good time to reflect on the seven victories...
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  • The Aquila Report | 4/17/2017 | Staff
    Here’s the twist that most claims about Religious Left revival ignore or don’t fully appreciate. Evangelicalism is now the largest religious demographic, and many of its older elite institutions have...
    306 views Emzah92
  • | 8/1/2000 | Staff
    "In its effect upon the life of the Jewish people," declares Jerusalem rabbi Eliezar Berkovits, "Christianity's New Testament has been the most dangerous anti-Semitic tract in history.
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  • | 4/16/2017 | Staff
    You may have heard me say this before, but it’s worth repeating again: I’m deeply persuaded that many Christians, myself included, have a big gap in the middle of our gospel theology.
    370 views Coraav
  • First Things | 4/17/2017 | Peter J. Leithart
    We say Jesus’ resurrection is good news. It wasn’t good news for the disciples on the first Easter. More like perplexing, bewildering news. For others, it wasn’t perplexing, and it certainly wasn’t...
    767 views tiffcourt011
  • | 4/17/2017 | Eustace Dsa
    I am deeply indebted to God. He is my reason for living in this turbulent world. I am completely dependent on the Precious Blood on a moment to moment basis. The Precious Blood sanctifies me in more...
    312 views chicana948
  • CT Women | 1/3/2017 | Staff
    To receive these daily devotions in your inbox, sign up for Beautiful Word: “Saturday evening, when the Sabbath ended, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome went out and purchased...
    301 views jster97
  • Anxious Bench | 4/17/2017 | Philip Jenkins
    I have often posted on themes of history, memory, and forgetting, and some recent news stories brought that home to me powerfully – especially on all we have forgotten beyond hope of recovery.
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  • The Bible and Culture | 4/17/2017 | Ben Witherington
    D.R. Venema and Scot McKnight, Adam and the Genome, (Brazos, 2017). On first blush the title of this book suggests an Indie rock band. But seriously, this is a very well researched book on genetics,...
    716 views Matty123
  • Juicy Ecumenism | 4/17/2017 | Mark Tooley
    Last Monday I enjoyably lunched in Warrenton, Virginia with IRD’s board member Paul Marshall, a distinguished religious liberty scholar. Afterwards I strolled the historic downtown and visited the...
    593 views donuzumaki
  • | 4/17/2017 | Staff
    This is a series about the Trinity. It explores this doctrine by brief expositions of selected passages from throughout the Gospel of Mark, showing how the Trinity is the explicit and implicit...
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  • HeadHeartHand Blog | 4/17/2017 | Staff
    Al Mohler: “With the advance of secular pluralism, expository preaching must become the church’s strategy for survival.” Having just one black teacher in third, fourth or fifth grade reduced...
    698 views just-me
  • SheLoves Magazine | 4/16/2017 | Tasha Burgoyne
    I’ve pictured the moment a million times: Jesus standing up to remove his outer garments and wrapping a towel around his waist. What were the disciples doing as he did this? Were they paying...
    358 views stefania
  • TGC - The Gospel Coalition | 4/17/2017 | Staff
    Many people today—including Christians—don’t know how to doubt properly. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not advocating a life of perpetual, pervasive, and potentially corrosive doubt, as some do.
    675 views superdudea
  • SBC Today | 4/17/2017 | Staff
    One of the greatest opportunities afforded to followers of Jesus Christ in America is the ability to live out our faith in the workplace. At least 140 million Americans regularly enter the workplace.
    307 views boti
  • The Aquila Report | 4/17/2017 | Staff
    Certainly there are extra-biblical things you will require because it’s a necessary consequence of biblical fidelity. There are also things like affirming a statement of faith or taking a membership...
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  • Kristen Welch | 4/16/2017 | Kristen
    I pulled up to my church and looked through the window and I saw a miracle: Every fair trade item perfectly placed in the new Mercy House Global Market, ready for it’s grand opening.
    283 views baileyboo
  • Desiring God | 3/13/2013 | Greg Morse
    “You’re quite wrong,” I corrected my friend, “I do believe in purgatory. It’s called Christian singleness.” If I thought I meant it merely in jest, the nervous laugh that followed gave me away.
    807 views Mireille
  • Frank Viola | 4/15/2017 | Frank Viola
    Robert Hutchinson has come out with a new book entitled The Dawn of Christianity. The subtitle is “How God Used Simple Fishermen, Soldiers, and Prostitutes to Transform the World.
    514 views gabriella250
  • Rick Thomas | 4/16/2017 | Rick Thomas
    In the counseling world, there is a lot made of a person’s past. Thinking about your past narrative can be a good thing. Your history is important because God was in your past. (cf.
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  • The Heidelblog | 4/16/2017 | Staff
    We now come to the closing scene of our redemption. For the lively assurance of our reconciliation with God arises from Christ having come from hell as the conqueror of death, in order to show that...
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