• "For Culturally Illiterate Science Reporters, Canaanite DNA Yields Occasion to have Bible Slapped Around"– Evolution News
"Obviously, your friends at Evolution News are not here to do Biblical exegesis. However, when science headlines tendentiously try to manipulate readers in order to slam the Bible, well, that’s fair game."
• "Caste Aside: India's New President has 'No Room for Christians'"– Christianity Today
"Ram Nath Kovind, India’s new president who took office today, represents an unusual case of a little-known politician from the country’s lowest caste, the Dalits, rising to power."
• "Why God, Guns, and Grunt Work Go Together. Socialism Smothers Them All." – The Stream
"Why do these things move together, most of the time? The answer is not economic or political, but religious. Faith answers many needs in the human heart. But its primal function is this: It’s an answer to the obvious fallenness of the world. To natural evils, like death. And scarcity. And suffering. And violence. Our Christian faith does better than pagan creeds at diagnosing the deep, causal connections among these things. It doesn’t sugarcoat the ugly truth: that death, scarcity, conflict, and suffering all came into the human world because of sin. We didn’t suffer from any of that in Eden. If our forebears hadn’t sinned, we wouldn’t still struggle with them now."
• " Creation Fest 2017 Streaming Live"
We are excited for the upcoming Creation Fest happening in a few days, 5-11 August! Creation Fest is an annual, one-week festival held in Cornwall, England. The festival serves as an outreach event in the U.K. to bless the community and most importantly share the gospel. WATCH LIVE NOW
• "The Value of Church Planter Assessment and Boot Camps"– Christianity Today
"Planting a church is hard enough. It is more difficult when the planter doesn’t have solid support and resources. And we’re not talking about money here. Church planter development is a crucial element to giving new churches a real chance to succeed."
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