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“Watu Wote” shows the power and limits of African and Arab films to probe interfaith relations.Two years ago, the heroic actions of some Kenyan Muslims brought their majority-Christian nation together. The Oscar-nominated film depiction of that heroism may do so again—if many people watch.Watu Wote is a fictional retelling of real-life horror. In December 2015, al-Shabaab terrorists stormed a bus headed toward the border with Somalia and demanded Christian passengers separate for targeted execution. Muslim passengers responded, “If you want to kill us, then kill us. There are no Christians here.” The Christian women were given hijabs to wear, while the Christian men were hidden behind bags.They knew the danger. One year earlier in a similar bus attack, Muslim militants killed 28 Christians who failed to correctly say the Islamic creed.Filmed on location in Swahili and Somali, the 22-minute film was nominated for the Live Action Short Film category at the 90th Academy Awards.“The film captures an issue close to Kenyan hearts, that apart from religious differences, we are all Kenyan,” said Timothy Ranji, bishop of the Anglican diocese of Mt. Kenya South. “The downside is that it will be watched by very few Kenyans.”Access to film is limited in Kenya. The nation ranks 77th worldwide in terms of cinemas per capita, according to UN data. Radio is a far more effective means of communication in the East African nation, Ranji said.And some, like William Black, may choose not to watch it. “The movie tells a good story, I’m sure,” said the American Orthodox missionary and professor at St. Paul’s University in Limuru, Kenya. “But it hits too close to home.”Black believes that terrorists want to push Kenya to the tipping point. “The narrow focus ...Continue reading...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been indicted for bribery and breach of trust.
The assumption of universal common ancestry can lead to absurd scientific reasoning. Humans have culture. Insects show cooperative behavior. Therefore, human culture evolved from insect behavior. Does that make sense? Can any scientist really compare those two things, and derive one from the other? They do it, but that doesn’t make it rational. Extrapolation is […]
A recent article on Forbes.com blared with the headline, “Earliest Signal Ever: Scientists Find Relic Neutrinos From 1 Second After The Big Bang.”
49 people were killed Friday when several people opened fire in two New Zealand mosques.
Yet another report has hit the news of a child being sexually assaulted in a restroom by a biological male who self-identifies as a woman.
Join us in celebrating Christ's substitutionary death and his victorious resurrection at the Ark Encounter with a sunrise service on Easter morning.
Today's category: KidsThe Earthworm My daughter-in-law Alma and grandson Eddy were digging for fishing bait in my garden. Uncovering a many-legged creature, Eddy proudly dangled it before his mother. "No, honey, he won't do for bait," his mother said. "He's not an earthworm." "He's not?" Eddy asked, his eyes wide. "What planet is he from?"View hundreds more jokes online.Email this joke to a friend
In the 1820s frontier wilderness, survival is a bear.mpaa rating:R (For strong frontier combat and violence including gory images, a sexual assault, language and brief nudity.)Genre:Drama, WesternDirected By: Alejandro G. IñárrituRun Time: 2 hours 36 minutes Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson, Will PoulterTheatre Release:January 08, 2016 by Twentieth Century Fox Film CorporationOne of the memorable (and most talked about) scenes in The Revenant is an epic fight between Leonardo DiCaprio and a grizzly bear. The bloody brawl occurs early in the film and is the plot’s inciting incident. Gravely injured by the bear, 1820s frontiersman Hugh Glass (DiCaprio) is left for dead by his fellow hunters/fur-traders and must survive in the wilderness in the dead of winter.As if it wasn’t already hard enough to survive the Pawnee tomahawks and arrows, subzero temperatures, blizzards, dehydration, and treacherous men within his own group (most notably Tom Hardy’s villainous character Fitzgerald), Glass must do it all having been maimed, mauled, and flayed by a bear.But the death match with the bear is also thematically significant, as it sets up the film’s existential grappling with the meaning of humankind as unique (or not) among the creatures of the earth. What makes a man different from a bear? In their brutal fight, Glass and grizzly are evenly matched. Their fight is mirrored later in the film by a human-on-human blood bout that is no less savage and similarly choreographed.Throughout the film, as he survives alone in the wilderness, Glass is purposely made to look and act like a bear. He wraps himself in bear fur as a coat and crawls along the ground. He grabs fish directly from a mountain river and takes bites out of them. He devours flesh directly from the carcass of a buffalo. His most elemental instinct is to protect his young.Director Alejandro González Iñárritu, fresh off an Academy Award for a film where a man has fantasies of being bird-like (Birdman), this time explores a story that may as well be called Bearman. (Read our exclusive interview ...Continue reading...
With over 750 direct references to music in the Bible, this is an issue of no small significance in Scripture.I've written before on biblical purposes for music as well as on music and worship.Sometimes, however, in lengthy studies or lists, especially in a subject as nuanced as music, we miss the essential and direct biblical directives.Gather several Baptist pastors and music directors together, and you could discuss issues related to melody, rhythm, syncopation, association, instrumentation, and culture's bearing on it all for a long time. (And it could be meaningful and helpful discussion!)But in all the discussions about music, may we not miss the two essentials God gave us in one of the most direct New Testament passages on the subject:Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.—Colossians 3:16What We SingA Barna study found that the focus in modern church music is often not on proclaiming the truth about God or to God, but rather on personal entertainment. “Most Americans go to church to satisfy or please themselves, not to honor or please God.” A much larger percentage of Americans claim that they attend worship services for personal benefit and pleasure than to worship and know God.Yet, when it comes to the music God calls us to use as spiritual Christians to teach and admonish one another, He gives us three specific categories.Psalms—This refers to putting Scripture to music. Of course, the book of Psalms itself was a songbook for the Jews. Some of the songs we sing in church have words directly from Scripture (often from Psalms), and some are songs that are completely comprised of a verse or passage. The Word of God will always exalt and bring praise to the Lord Jesus Christ.Hymns—Hymns are expressions of praise to God for who He is and what He has done. It is thought that some portions of the New Testament such as Colossians 1:15–20 and Philippians 2:6–11 were originally hymns sung in the early church. Our modern-day hymns express worship to God.Spiritual Songs—The Greek word for spiritual is pneumatika, which means “of the spirit.” Spiritual songs express in song the testimony of what God has done for us. These also serve to admonish us and strengthen our faith when they contain true doctrine from God's Word.For instance, when we sing a song with lyrics such as “Rescue the perishing, care for the dying,” the song admonishes us to save souls from Hell by sharing the gospel with them. When we sing the lyrics “Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine, O what a foretaste of glory divine,” it confirms what the Bible teaches about who we are and what we have in Christ.How We SingBut too many Christians who care about godly music stop here—with determining what we should sing.The same verse that tells us what we should sing tells us how we should sing—with grace in our hearts to the Lord!We should not only have the right kind of songs, but we should also have the right spirit in singing them. Both are important to the Lord!With Grace—The attitude in our corporate worship should be one of grace—our response to God's Word and God's work in our hearts.To the Lord—The audience of our singing should be the Lord Himself. When singing is Spirit-generated and Bible-centered, it will always focus on the Lord and to the Lord.Since Scripture speaks much to the subject of music, we should care much about it. But our emphasis in it should be where God's emphasis is—on Him!
In Australia, I'll be showing how the Bible addresses the issues of our day including transgender, gay “marriage,” abortion, moral relativism, and more.
Hollywood tries to turn a clash between science and a powerful institution into an immigrant doctor's "such a time as this."mpaa rating:PG-13 (For thematic material including some disturbing images, and language.)Genre:Drama, SportsDirected By: Peter LandesmanRun Time: 2 hours 3 minutes Cast: Will Smith, Alec Baldwin, Albert Brooks, Gugu Mbatha-RawTheatre Release:December 25, 2015 by Columbia PicturesConcussion tries to achieve the depth and stakes of the Biblical story of Esther, without quite enough unchecked power or genocide to support the claim.The movie is based on real-life Dr. Bennet Omalu’s discovery of the danger of repeated brain trauma sustained by professional football players and his battle to publicize that danger. Omalu (played in the movie by Will Smith) is an immigrant from Nigeria with a stellar resume who works as a pathologist at a coroner’s office in Pittsburgh. Before every autopsy, Omalu asks the corpses to help him tell their story.“The dead are my patients,” he explains.That is how he approaches the body of Mike Webster, former center for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Webster was a football icon and Pittsburgh’s “favorite son.” He died of an apparent heart attack, but was also living in a car, super gluing his teeth together, and making himself sleep by self-applying a taser. But instead of putting pressure on Omalu to figure out what happened to Webster, most people seem to want him to revere the body by leaving it alone. This is not how Omalu understands his duty to the dead; fortunately his boss agrees. This kicks off an investigation that turns into a personal quest to understand what drove Webster mad. It turns out Webster follows a pattern of other former Steelers players who died by suicide or in odd circumstances. Omalu’s quest to understand meets resistance at every turn. Apparently, no one else is brave enough to ask “why?”The movie tries to create a sense of crushing opposition and a vast conspiracy involving a huge corporation, state government officials, and violent fans that are out to get Omalu, his career, ...Continue reading...
A recent article on Forbes.com blared with the headline, “Earliest Signal Ever: Scientists Find Relic Neutrinos From 1 Second After The Big Bang.”
Closing the Distance Between You and Your Teenager One of the keys to maintaining a positive and influential relationship with your teenager (or any other person for that matter) is to be aware of and address a wounded spirit. The Bible tells us that a wounded spirit is hard to bear, that strife can separate friends, and that offenses bring with them a hardness of heart. If an offense in our home occurs, just imagine all the damage that can be done.In many homes, parents and their teenagers may not experience a close relationship in part because of an offense that created an injured spirit, which in turn creates distance. Most of us understand that dynamic in our marital relationships; hurt results in distance and loss of closeness. The problem with teens is that they often do not articulate their hurt. They often just keep it inside and little by little allow their hearts to be moved far away from our own, until one day rebellion, resentment, or indifference has taken hold.The answer to this dilemma is simple but not always easy. When you know your child has a wounded spirit because of something you have done; discuss it, address it, and if necessary apologize for your part in their hurt. Too often pride and fear keep parents from being real and asking for forgiveness for poor choices or attitudes. Your esteem in their eyes will only increase if you admit it when you are wrong.If the offense comes because they simply did not get their way and you know your decisions and reactions are appropriate; then hold your ground with kindness and explanation. Give them extra attention and keep the ropes of relationship tight. Do something together to bridge the gap and things will turn out okay. Frequent talks and a little probing will help you know if an offense has occurred and your child has a wounded spirit. If you discover one, deal with it quickly and you will keep the heart of your teen.
This celebration of black culture and black success points to a bigger story for the church.A while ago, I stopped watching a certain type of black movie.In the wake of the black suffering that I saw in real life, I didn’t want to see another black slave scene. I didn’t want the water hoses of Alabama to once again wreck my hopes. I didn’t want to see us integrate another school, sports team, or profession despite the overwhelming odds. I didn’t avoid these films because I was ashamed of our history, but because my soul needed rest.The film Black Panther presented itself differently. It did not set out to highlight black suffering, but black achievement. Furthermore, it was black achievement in a black context. For black people, this was a film for us, by us, and about us.The Marvel movie—set in a fictional, futuristic African country (Wakanda) and featuring an African and African American cast—has even inspired black viewers to come to the movie dressed in traditional African clothing.This response might seem excessive, but given the history of cinema, the chance to center the black experience outside of the setting of extreme poverty is no small thing. Black audiences are celebrating the vision for a bigger story for black boys and girls; their support is a call to attend to the whole of black life and culture.American evangelicals might look to Black Panther as a starting point for dialogue and reflection as they increasingly address concerns about diversity, reconciliation, and representation in their churches and the church at large.This movie milestone exemplifies how deeply we as a people want to be our whole black selves and tell our whole stories. We resist the expectation that we must conform to cultural norms in order to be accepted in white spaces, including evangelical ...Continue reading...
This search for the historical Adam is the focus of the latest issue of our apologetics and worldview magazine, Answers.
In his new HBO show 'Crashing,' the former evangelical winks to Christian fans.If Pete Holmes’s HBO series Crashing is his love letter to comedy, the church at least gets a tender PS.Inspired by Holmes’s life and evangelical background, the show follows a nice Christian guy who’s trying to make it in standup after his divorce leaves him dumbstruck and homeless. Episode to episode, his character crashes with Sarah Silverman, Artie Lange, T. J. Miller, and other comics he meets while grappling with the brutal New York comedy scene and his quarter-life crisis.Fans will not be surprised that Holmes’s series, complete with tracks from Joel Osteen sermons and Jars of Clay CDs, puts faith at the forefront. Even though he’s no longer an evangelical, he can’t resist talking about God. Religion constantly comes up in his popular podcast, You Made It Weird. On Crashing—which he produces with Judd Apatow—the TV version of Holmes makes for a likeably, laughably naïve protagonist; he stands by his clean comedy, owns up to being a “God guy,” and explains to his new buddies why he and his ex waited to have sex until marriage.These days, Holmes, 38, draws inspiration from contemplative Catholic Richard Rohr, spiritualist Ram Dass, and pastor Rob Bell, now one of his best friends. The two go on tour together, and Bell prompted Holmes’s newest project: a book about God.While his churchgoing days may be behind him, the Los Angeles comic considers himself “a Christ-leaning spiritual seeker” who finds new meaning in the Christian vocabulary and stories with which he was raised. CT online editor Kate Shellnutt talked to Holmes about his new show and the intersection between his faith and his comedy.Continue reading...
The dramatic transformation of former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson is now coming to the big screen in the movie Unplanned.
“I'm not worried just wanted to reach out and ask for your guys to pray for me,” Pop singer Justin Bieber penned to his 105 million Instagram followers on Sunday.
N. T. Wright suggests Jesus would disagree with the British government. Christian scholars in UK, US, and Middle East weigh in.N. T. Wright, the esteemed theologian and former Anglican bishop, recently offered brief reflections on the case of Shamima Begum—the British teen now seeking to return home after joining ISIS in 2015—in a letter to the editor of The Times of London.He wrote that “as a tax payer” he couldn’t fault a previous writer who warned against letting Begum come back, but “as a Christian I cannot help reflecting that if Jesus had thought like that he would never have told the parable of the Prodigal Son, which neatly marks out his teaching both from Islam and from the cold logic of secularism.”Like Begum, American Hoda Muthana also left her home in Alabama to become an ISIS bride. Both face major government resistance as they seek to leave Syria, with the UK revoking Begum’s citizenship and the US refusing to admit Muthana, saying she never was entitled to citizenship in the first place.CT asked scholars from the UK, US, and the Middle East: Does Jesus’ memorable parable of forgiveness inform how we treat prodigal daughters who once signed up for a jihadist group? Their answers appear below, arranged from yes to no.Gary M. Burge, visiting professor of New Testament at Calvin Theological Seminary:There is no doubt that two reflexes are in order when a country considers repatriating a young woman such as Begum who joined ISIS in Syria. A citizenry needs to be aware of the character of Begum’s involvement and consider if she presents a danger. But certainly, a quick-reflex rejection of her return is impulsive and reactive. We also have to wonder if there is an anti-Islamic attitude here. One might wonder if an Irish-American had once joined the IRA in the 1980s, would we have ...Continue reading...
Dr Jerry Bergman elaborates on a proof in Michael Behe's new book that the neutral theory of evolution fails.
Concerned parents opposed to California's new sex-ed curriculum and the use of drag queens in school functions were labeled “liars” and “fear-mongers” during a jam-packed school board meeting in Santa Ana last week.
We all know we ought to pray more. We all want to pray more effectively. Wouldn't it be wonderful if God wrote a manual on prayer?Indeed, He has! God's Word is the most thorough, powerful prayer book in the world. If you want to be a person of prayer then you must be a person of the Scriptures. George Mueller's life illustrated this connection. He prayed in provision for hundreds of orphans and saw miraculous answers to prayer all of his life. The secret? He began every morning on his knees with an open Bible getting His own heart happy in Jesus and finding a promise He could claim that day.The more attention I give to reading and meditating on God's Word, the more I see my prayer life being transformed. Here are seven ways this happens:1. God's Word will inspire you to pray. As you read about the greatness of God and great answers to prayer for God's people you will find a growing desire to talk to the Lord. “Lord, teach us to pray” (Luke 11:1).2. God's Word will instruct you in prayer. Scripture is full of specific guidelines for praying correctly. The God who hears and answers prayer is the authority on how to prepare your heart for prayer and how to pray in a way that honors Him.3. God's Word will give substance to your prayers. As we read the Bible the Lord speaks to us and shows us truth. Pray about what you are reading today! In this way, Bible reading and prayer becomes a real conversation with the living God.4. God's Word will answer many of the things for which you are praying. Our questions, doubts, and fears are often cared for as we read God's Word. One man of prayer said, near the end of his life, that if he could do it over again he would have given more time to just reading the Bible. When asked why, he said that many of the things he spent his time praying about were actually found right in God's Word! Is it possible that your answer is already in black and white?5. God's Word will give you faith to pray greater prayers. The promises of God are there for us to lay hold on! “Faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God” (Romans 10:17).6. God's Word will keep you from asking for some things. Truth purifies everything and it sanctifies the prayer life. God's Word gets our eyes on God and off of ourselves. If you want to know what God is thinking, read the Bible, and if you want to think like God thinks…keep reading!7. God's Word will renew your mind so that you can talk to a holy God. Scripture points out our sin so that it can be confessed. It also cleans out the pollution that gathers in our thoughts. Ephesians 5:26 says that God makes us clean, “With the washing of water by the word.” This is what the psalmist meant when he said, “Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way? by taking heed thereto according to thy word” (Psalm 119:9).No doubt there are many other ways that the Scriptures help us as we pray. But there is one truth for us all: We learn to meet God in His Word. Give more attention to the Bible, and you will find that the God of the Word will begin making you into a person of prayer.
Dear Friends,Sometimes, in the course of our lives, we have to draw a line. For us here at FRC and for millions of people across the country, one of those times happens to be now.As I’m sure you are aware, the U.S. Senate recently voted down a measure that would have introduced criminal penalties for letting a baby that has already been born after a botched abortion die. Yes, you read that right. There are currently no laws in our country that make it a criminal offense to commit infanticide after a botched abortion. Since 2002, the CDC has reported that a baby has been born after a failed abortion at least 143 times, and this number is almost certainly a vast underestimate because this data was only gathered from a handful of states that allowed the data to be gathered in the first place. Let’s contemplate this just for a moment: 143 baby boys and girls, squirming and crying for the tiniest bit of human compassion, left to die cold and alone in a storage closet.As a country, we now find ourselves at a red line. Will we allow infanticide to continue unpunished, or will we make it a crime? For us here at FRC, we are drawing this red line. We will not let this issue slide. We are making it clear that we as a human race must, at the barest of minimums, care for a baby that has just been born. It’s almost unthinkable that we even have to take this stand, but we do.So what are we going to do? First, we are going to make it clear to Congress what they are actually doing by not voting the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act into law. They are robbing brand-new babies of their very lives by not keeping them warm and feeding them. Therefore, we have started the End Birth Day Abortion campaign. With your help, we will send thousands and thousands of baby hats to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to show her that all babies deserve to be given a hat to keep them warm and a life to live.This campaign is just the beginning of FRC’s efforts to see that all infanticide is made illegal. Let us pray for and continue to work for a culture that sees every human life in the same way that our Creator does: intrinsically worthwhile, unique, irreplaceable, and infinitely lovable, from conception to natural death.Thank you for your prayers and for your continued support of FRC and the family.Sincerely,Dan Hart Managing Editor for Publications Family Research Council FRC MediaFRC Speaker Series: How Members of Congress are Standing up to the Radical Abortion Agenda – Rep. Martha Roby (R-Ala.)Avoid the ‘Twinkie diet’ in your prayer life: Do THIS to help you deal with depressing news headlines – Tony PerkinsNortham’s Real Offense to African-Americans – Patrina MosleyOf Crosses and Totem Poles – Alexandra McPheeBoys Competing Against Girls Steal Another Win – Cathy RuseThe Influence of Social Media on Politics – Peyton HollidayEducation Reform: 6 Ways to Help Students Flourish – Zachary Rogers3 Arguments Pro-Lifers Must Make in Standing for Life in 2019 – Hugh PhillipsFighting Religious Persecution with Mustard Seeds – Caleb Seals Religious LibertyReligious Liberty in the Public SquareWhy Religious Freedom Matters – Alan Sears, TownhallSupreme Court to hear First Amendment case over cross memorial – Clyde Hughes, UPICovington High student's legal team sues Washington Post – Samuel Chamberlain, Fox News'A Concentrated Effort': GOP Rep Says Some Dems Trying to Strike 'So Help Me God' From Committee Oaths – Fox NewsInternational Religious FreedomTiny Kaifeng Jewish Community Faces Orwellian Future – Lela Gilbert, The Jerusalem PostSyrian Christians: Survivors in a great war – Mindy Belz, WORLD'No one is telling me when I can leave', Asia Bibi speaks from protective custody – Alex Williams, PremierIn Cuba, Church Leaders Report Communist Intimidation Ahead of Vote on New Constitution – Patrick Goodenough, CNS NewsBrownback says Pakistan willing to improve religious freedom record – Herald Malaysia3 ways to pray for Haiti – Chelsea Patterson Sobolik, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionMilitary Religious FreedomBible at center of dispute over display at Manchester VA Medical Center – Andy Hershberger, WMUR9 LifeAbortionHow Is Abortion After Birth Not News? – L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS NewsNew poll finds “dramatic shift” on abortion attitudes – Alayna Treene, AxiosPlanned Parenthood Operates Over Half of U.S. Abortion Clinics – Emily Ward, CNS NewsAbortion: A Biblical, Biological, and Philosophical Refutation – Matt Dawson, Answers in GenesisLeading Public-Health Groups Oppose Ban on Infanticide – Alexandra DeSanctis, National ReviewMost of the Planned Parenthood Officials Caught in CMP Videos have Since Resigned – Joshua Denton, California Family CouncilUndercover Video of Abortion Clinic Destroys Claim That Late-Term Abortions Are Medically Necessary – Emily Jones, CBN NewsTim Kaine Suggests He’ll Oppose Ban on Infanticide – Alexandra DeSanctis, National ReviewDems are so attached to abortion, they can't see that voters don’t want what they're selling – Laura Ingraham, Fox NewsAdoptionChristian adoption agency fights New York’s ultimatum to accept LGBTQ doctrine or close its doors – Martin M. Barillas, LifeSiteNewsKinston teen businessman selling t-shirts to support adoption – WITN FamilyMarriageMillennial Couples Are Trending Away from This Thing That’s Good for Your Marriage – Kelsey T. Chun, VerilyWhat Advice Would You Give Newly Married John Piper? – John Piper, Desiring GodDear Husband, Our Marriage Wins When We Face Our Life Together – Samantha Krieger, HerViewFromHomeParentingThe Left’s Literal Nanny State – Heather Wilhelm, National ReviewAre Sundays Good for Babies? – Megan Hill, The Gospel CoalitionHow to teach your children to handle peer pressure – Joe Carter, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionEconomics/EducationFuture of homeschooling: Less religious, more regulated? – Michael Gryboski, The Christian PostNew Research: Women Earn Less Not Because Of Sexism, But Because They Prefer To Raise Their Own Kids – Lyman Stone, The FederalistElizabeth Warren’s Misguided Child-Care Plan – Carrie Lukas, National ReviewFederal Early Childhood Education, Care Don’t Benefit Kids. Here Are the Facts. – Lindsey Burke, The Daily SignalState lawmakers target homeschoolers for intrusive in-house visits without cause – Lisa Bourne, LifeSiteNewsDrug Use on College Campuses Today – Walter Keenan and David Cohen, InpatientDrugRehab.orgHarrison Ford's Climate Horror Story – L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS NewsFaith/Character/CultureResearch Reveals 'Belonging to a Church Is a Crucial Element' for Longer and Happier Lives – Christian Ellis, CBN NewsThe Theme That Pervades Our Top 40 Hits – Alexandra Davis, VerilyAvoiding Difficult People Is Not Christlike Love – Maria Baer, The Gospel CoalitionCourteous but Cowardly: Today’s Tolerant Atheism – Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P., Public DiscourseMost U.S. Teens See Anxiety and Depression as a Major Problem Among Their Peers – Juliana Menasce Horowitz and Nikki Graf, Pew Research CenterMake ‘Christian’ Engagement with the Arts More . . . Christian – Brett McCracken, The Gospel CoalitionStephen Hawking’s Accidental Apologetic – Bill Brown, BreakPointHuman SexualityFour Ways to Fight Sexual Sin – Sam Allberry, Desiring GodAre We All “Cat Persons” Now? How Modern Dating Destroys Intimacy – Nathan Schlueter and Elizabeth Schlueter, Public DiscourseRelentless mom overthrows LGBT agenda at her kids’ school – LifeSiteNewsFemale High Schooler Speaks Out After Losing Championship To Two Transgender Sprinters – Amanda Prestigiacomo, The Daily WirePornographyHow We Finally Won the Battle Against Pornography – Michelle Stumbo, Focus on the FamilySex is not the problem, THIS is: How to avoid the dangerous road of addiction – Paul David Tripp, Fox News
This search for the historical Adam is the focus of the latest issue of our apologetics and worldview magazine, Answers.

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