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The Link: Marijuana, 1,000+ Committed to Christ, Religious Liberty & More

By November 4, 2019Culture2 min read

“Best of Series: Marijuana and Christians”
“On this ‘Best Of’ episode, Pastor Brian Brodersen and toxicologist Dr. Lu Wing discuss legalized Marijuana, the cultural questions it creates and a healthy perspective for Christians.”

“‘Over 1,000’ Commit Lives to Christ at Kanye West’s Sunday Service in Baton Rouge: Pastor”DISRN
“Thousands of people gathered for Kanye West’s “Sunday Service” in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, after a last-minute announcement Friday.”

“How to Avoid Pastoral Arrogance“– The Gospel Coalition
“In this video, Tim Keller gives advice on how to ensure that seminary doesn’t inflate your ego.”

“Attorney General William Barr on Religious Liberty”de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture ndethics
“Talk delivered at the University of Notre Dame Law School, cosponsored by the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture.”

“The Art of Saying No to Good Things”Expositors Collective
“Pastor John Brown leads Servant Church, in Norwich, England. He is passionate about Christ-centered expository preaching, meaningful relationships and church planting. In this conversation with Mike Neglia, he talks about the importance of keeping Jesus central in our hearts, minds and sermons.”

“Peter J. Williams and Bart Ehrman – Are the Gospels Historically Reliable?”Unbelievable?
“Arguably, no individual has influenced the course of history more than Jesus of Nazareth. But, can we trust the accounts of his life, death and resurrection? In this latest episode of The Big Conversation from Unbelievable? leading sceptical New Testament scholar Bart Ehrman engages with noted Cambridge University Bible scholar Peter J Williams who defends the reliability of the accounts.”

“The Gift of Healing”Back to Basics
“The gift of healing is probably the most sought-after of all the spiritual gifts. At one time or another, we have all longed to be healed or to see someone we know healed. What exactly is the gift of healing?”

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