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If you like apologetics, you don’t want to miss taking a course from Gary Habermas on the resurrection. Do yourself a favor and look at the amazing deal going on right now (until midnight on Sunday) at Credo Courses for a 30-part video (or audio) class on “The Resurrection of Jesus.”
Some listeners to Wednesday’s podcast were troubled by Greg’s statement that “part of being a human being before God is getting married and having a family.” As single people, this seemed to them to be a painful denigration of their humanity—a claim that single people are failing God and are not fully human.
Tim Challies posted “7 Rules for Online Engagement,” a summation of advice found in Tim Keller’s Center Church, and I wanted to highlight one of the rules here:
I received an email objecting to one of Greg’s commentaries on tolerance. In the commentary, Greg explains that tolerance “involves three elements: (1) permitting or allowing (2) a conduct or point of view one disagrees with (3) while respecting the person in the process.” In other words, only disagreement calls for toleration; otherwise, it’s simply agreement (or apathy). But not according to the email I received:
Tim’s, Brett’s, and Alan’s December newsletters are now posted on the website:
Today we celebrate the coming of the One who rescues us from the chains of our sin. Merry Christmas to all of you!
Here are the ten videos that got the most views in 2015 (see yesterday for the ten most popular written posts):
Here are the top ten posts of 2015 (measured by the number of page views):
John Newton found prayer to be difficult, but here’s what gave him hope:
Ratio Christi, an apologetics ministry to college students, is holding a symposium (for Ratio Christi staff, ministry leaders, and anyone wanting to learn about apologetics and/or get involved in apologetics ministry) and student retreat in Charlotte, NC on October 17-18, after the SES National Apologeti