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The Link: Thinking Biblically, David Suchet on Doctrine, Sumo Sato’s Passing & More

By March 19, 2018April 22nd, 2022The Link2 min read

“John Lennox Reflects on Stephen Hawking’s Life & Beliefs”Fixed Point Foundation
“In the wake of Stephen Hawking’s death, fellow scientist Professor John Lennox reflects on Hawking’s life, work, and beliefs. In 2011, Lennox wrote “God and Stephen Hawking: Whose Design Is It Anyway?” which challenges Hawking’s atheism and demonstrates that far from disproving a Creator God, Hawking’s arguments make his existence seem all the more probable.”

“Farewell, Stephen Hawking”Evolution News
“In the end, Hawking seemed almost as much a victim of his own celebrity as he was of his motor neuron disease.

“Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith & Culture”Talbot School of Theology at Biola University
“A weekly podcast that offers Christian perspectives on some of the most significant issues facing today’s church and culture. In each episode, hosts Scott Rae and Sean McDowell — professors at Biola University’s Talbot School of Theology — draw upon biblical wisdom and insights from guest experts as they explore how Christians can thoughtfully and faithfully engage with cultural trends and current events.”

“Sumo Sato, Surfing Pastor and Hall of Fame Inductee, Loses Two-Year Battle with Cancer”OC Register
“The Hawaiian surfing pastor with the long, white beard and big, boisterous laugh lost his battle with colon cancer Sunday, March 11, surrounded by family and friends at his home in Huntington Beach. Sumo, as he was known by most people, was 55.”

“David Suchet has Fallen for the Trap of Believing Doctrine is Divisive and Doesn’t Matter”Premier Christianity
“The voice of the NIV audio Bible has admitted moving away from ‘organised religion’ through making a new documentary on the three Abrahamic religions. David Robertson responds”

“That’s Not the Bible!”Reality Santa Barbara
“This is a one-minute summary of the sermon given on March 11, 2018 by Pastor Chris Lazo, from Luke 4:38-41. Enjoy!”

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