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Jesus in every book of the Bible

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Jesus in every book of the Bible

by BIBLE FACTS

DID YOU KNOW THAT JESUS IS MENTION IN EVERY BOOK OF THE BIBLE

The Bible is about Jesus. He is pictured or prophesied about in each of the 66 Bible books as well as in countless types in the lives of different characters in the Bible. Below is a breakdown of how He is pictured in each of the books. Read the rest of this entry

Biological males in women’s sports

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Biological males in women’s sports

by  Emily Kaht

Last weekend, I completed my third full marathon at the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon. For the first time, I used running as a protest. The whole marathon, I carried a flag protesting the inclusion of biological males in women’s sports. As my flag says, a woman is an adult human female. Period. A male who “identifies” as a woman is not a woman. A male without a penis is not a woman. A male with lowered testosterone is not a woman. There is no compromise here. Permitting males to compete in women’s sports is unfair and has already stripped numerous girls/women of their rightful spots on the podium. Read the rest of this entry

Dealing with critics

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Dealing with critics

by Zach Whitsel

Since Kanye West came out as a Christian, I have not seen one single negative post about him here on Facebook. You know what that tells me?

I’ve been extremely efficient at unfollowing critics. Read the rest of this entry

Police

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Police

by Emily Thomes

Apparently it’s viewed by some as acceptable for Christians to mock police officers— not those that have actually committed offenses worthy of such, but all cops. Meanwhile, my husband is still not home from working his second straight night because he and the other night officers are out looking for a disabled teen who may be in danger. Read the rest of this entry

Grace

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Grace

by Chris Perry

I was at the grocery store this morning and heard a loud crash and something shattering. Being nosy, I walked towards the sound and saw some people whispering and looking back to the end of the next aisle. When I walked down that aisle, I saw an older lady had hit a shelf and many things had fallen to the ground and broke. She was kneeling on the floor embarrassed, frantically trying to clean up. Read the rest of this entry

Colleges in darkness

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Colleges in darkness

by Ken Ham

What does “Dominus Illumina Tio Mea” mean on this building at one of the colleges in Oxford (Oxford University, England)? It’s actually the motto of the University of Oxford, which uses the opening words of Psalm 27, “The Lord is my light.” It appears on the university’s arms and has been used since the second half of the sixteenth century. But sadly, there’s very little light at Oxford University. Now there is mainly darkness, as the pernicious religion of atheistic evolution, as represented by their high priest Darwin, permeates the education system and the culture. Read the rest of this entry

Spiritual discernment

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Spiritual discernment

by Joshua Arnold

If your idea of spiritual discernment is some feeling in your heart or core of your being, a gut instinct, an impression on your mind, or any other type of sensation, then you must humbly be told that you are not qualified to discern a single spiritual matter until you put those lifeless and fallible methods away, and stand on the word of God alone as your foundation and ultimate interpreter of everything, completely relying on the power of the Holy Spirit to unfold the mysteries that would otherwise be hidden from us apart from the spiritual light that He gives to the eyes of our understanding. Read the rest of this entry

Gender identity indoctrination

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Gender identity indoctrination

by Kaeley Triller Harms

A couple years ago, I sat in a meeting in DC with the heads of the Department of Education. We were there to urge them to stop gender identity indoctrination in public schools.

One of the people on “our side” was a teenage boy who had been forced to share a gym locker room with a gender confused teenage girl. I listened in anger as this boy described how the girl began stripping down in the locker room, exposing her breasts to a room full of hormonally charged teenage boys in their underwear. Read the rest of this entry

Sound doctrine for women

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Sound doctrine for women

by Joshua Arnold

It is important that women learn sound doctrine and know how to rightly divide the Word of God, or else they will not be able to discern which man is fit to be the head of their family. Women aren’t being singled out here in order to take a jab at them. There are many, many bright and faithful Christian women who know their Bible and the God of their Bible, even more than plenty of Christian men do. Read the rest of this entry

I DO NOT HATE TRANS PEOPLE

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I DO NOT HATE TRANS PEOPLE

by Kaeley Triller Harms

Apparently, though I’m nearly five years into this, I need to issue yet another disclaimer:

I DO NOT HATE TRANS PEOPLE.

I hate the ideology that gets its hooks in them and convinces them that their aggressive self-hatred is normal. Read the rest of this entry

The old nature

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The old nature

by Zach Whitsel

I have a quick temper. My family has no doubt seen me at my worst.

I have a lust problem. I deal with that struggle. every. single. day.

I don’t take correction very well. In fact, I’m easily offended when questioned. Even when I’m wrong. Because I like to think I’m never wrong. Read the rest of this entry

Christian worldview

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Christian worldview

by Ken Ham

Genesis chapters 1-11 contain the biological, geological, astronomical, and anthropological history that is foundational to the rest of the Bible, to all doctrine, to the Christian worldview. Read the rest of this entry

Foundation for truth

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Foundation for truth

by Ann Brooks

What is your foundation for TRUTH? As a Believer my source and foundation for absolute truth is the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. With that stated the modern day church has been challenged to change our methods and our music. Many churches have made the decision to be progressive and move forward although with the vow they would never change their message. (The message the full Word of God.) Read the rest of this entry

Introverts

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Introverts

by Joshua Arnold

Introverted people have the tendency to spend too much time inwardly inspecting themselves, which tends to lead to a depressive state in their Christian walk.

We are meant to examine ourselves from time to time, periodically throughout the day, but not to the point that it is consuming our lives, and hindering our work and joy in the LORD. Read the rest of this entry

When Europeans were slaves

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When Europeans were slaves

by Cowboy Bob Sorensen

When Europeans Were Slaves: Research Suggests White Slavery Was Much More Common Than Previously Believed. Read the rest of this entry

Roles of men and women

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Roles of men and women

by Joshua Arnold

Ever since the fall of humanity, women have been prone to take over the role of a man, and men have been prone to abuse their role, either by allowing the wife to rule over him, or by dominating the woman and ruling over her more like a tyrant than a respectable man. Just take a look at the world, and you’ll see plenty of both. Take a look at all the abusive relationships there are. Read the rest of this entry

Ten years

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Ten years

by Abby Johnson: ProWoman, ProChild, ProLife

I don’t really know how to describe today. Ten years ago, I walked away from Planned Parenthood. One year ago today, I lost a baby through miscarriage. So, happiness mixed with grief.

And I guess that’s the way my adult life has always been and will always continue to be. Life mixed with loss. Read the rest of this entry

Judging righteously

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Judging righteously

by Joshua Arnold

Christians do judge, and should judge, but they should do so righteously (John 7:24), which means to judge fairly according to the word of God. The righteous God has pronounced certain judgments on certain things, and we are to think God’s thoughts after Him. Read the rest of this entry

Things every church member should consider

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Things every church member should consider

by Levi Smith

I’d like to share some things that I think every church member should consider:

1. The Pastor(s) is not perfect.
His sins led Jesus to die exactly like yours did. Yes, he should exemplify a high biblical standard of living; just keep in mind that the Bible never asked anyone to be perfect. Please grant him the same grace you desire to hear from his messages. Read the rest of this entry

The body of Christ

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The body of Christ

by Joshua Arnold

When a person stubs their toe or cuts their foot, the entire body immediately does everything it can to come to the rescue. The knee immediately bends itself without hesitation, and both hands come to serve and comfort the foot without delay. The rest of the whole body forsakes its own concerns, and caters to the foot, even if other parts of the body have some minor wounds or injuries itself. Read the rest of this entry

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