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N.T. Wright on Crucifixion, "Eyes That Seen Plenty," Is God Allowing Suffering & More

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N.T. Wright on Crucifixion, "Eyes That Seen Plenty," Is God Allowing Suffering & More

"NT Wright: Why Jesus’ Crucifixion is a Fact of History"Premier Christianity
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New Testament scholar Tom Wright tells Justin Brierley why the crucifixion of Jesus is one of the best attested facts of history in this video from the Premier archives."

"Do Not Nod Your Head to Lies"The Stream
"The term 'biological sex' does not “refer to the sex as listed on students’ original birth certificates.” In fact, the sex listed on students’ original birth certificates refers to their biological sex. Their objectively real physical body is the referent."

"The Truth That Changes Everything"Magloft.com
"You will want your groups to know that Jesus is risen. But to what extent is this a credal belief – Christianity 101 – and to what extent is it a historical fact that truly changes everything for you and your groups? Sarah Yardley reminds us why we can trust this with our very lives."

"Eyes That Seen Plenty"Aaron Campbell
"Eyes That Seen Plenty is Aaron Campbell’s powerfully moving and highly-entertaining retelling of his intense pursuit of truth as he came of age in the 80’s, a tumultuous journey full of shocking events and memorable characters."

"Is God Allowing Suffering?"The GoodLion Podcast
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When God made the world, he called it good... and yet when we look at the world today, a lot of times it doesn't really seem very good. It's filled with pandemics and violence and racism and division. And that's just this year, when we look back at human history, it is filled with all kinds of terrible things. We've talked to on this podcast about whether or not God causes evil, and while we recommend you go back and listen to those past episodes, our short answer was no, God doesn't cause evil, but he does allow it. Like with most areas of theology, when one question gets answered a thousand more troubling questions seem to rise up behind it. So if God doesn't allow evil, Isn't that really just as bad as him causing it? How can a good God allow evil to happen? If He allows it, is that really any better than him causing the evil in the first place?"

"'God of Victory' Single Release"Calvary Creative
"'God of Victory' was written by worship leaders Scott Cunningham, Andrew Messenger, and Zach Vestnys (pastor at Calvary Chapel Petaluma), was recorded live at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa. “God of Victory” reminds us that Christ won the final victory over sin and darkness through His death on the cross and His resurrection."

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