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Links Mentioned on the 3/31/15 Show

The following is a rundown of this week's podcast, annotated with links that were either mentioned on the show or inspired by it: HOUR ONE Commentary: Tribute to Trova, Paducah Trip (0:00) Questions:

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | STR | March 31, 2015

Links Mentioned on the 3/10/15 Show

The following is a rundown of this week's podcast, annotated with links that were either mentioned on the show or inspired by it: HOUR ONE Commentary: New Prophets and Words from God (0:00)

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | STR | March 10, 2015

Links Mentioned on the 2/24/15 Show

The following is a rundown of this week's podcast, annotated with links that were either mentioned on the show or inspired by it: HOUR ONE Guest: Doug Geivett – The New Apostolic Reformation (0:00)

Blog Post | Apologetics | STR | February 25, 2015

Links Mentioned on the 2/17/15 Show

The following is a rundown of this week's podcast, annotated with links that were either mentioned on the show or inspired by it: HOUR ONE Commentary: Choosing Your Gender (0:00)

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | STR | February 18, 2015

Links Mentioned on the 1/27/15 Show

The following are links that were either mentioned on this week's show or inspired by it, as posted live on the @STRtweets Twitter feed:

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | STR | January 28, 2015

Hannah More: Guided by Christian Convictions

Hannah More, born in the 18th century, became an author, social activist, and philanthropist because of her brilliant mind and Christian convictions. Her fiancé broke off their long engagement at a time when a breach of that sort of promise by a man was taken very seriously. He settled an annual annuity on her, and this gave her the freedom to pursue her interests in a way many women could not. She moved to London, wrote popular books, and moved in elite literary circles before she became a follower of Jesus.

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Melinda Penner | November 20, 2014

The Ex-Slave Abolitionist

Olaudah Equiano was born in an Igbo village in West Africa about 1745. He and his sister were captured and sold as slaves when he was 11 years old. Marc Baer, author of Mere Believers, argues “that because Equiano became a believer, the enslavement of Africans by Europeans came to an end.”

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Melinda Penner | November 13, 2014

A Countess Who Devoted Her Fortune to Christ

Selina Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon, was a remarkable woman in her time. She was born in 1707 to aristocracy, suffered loss, family disputes, and bad health. She married the ninth earl of Huntingdon, descended from kings, and was part of royal social circles. Her early traditional life gave no indication of her extraordinary activities later in life.

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Melinda Penner | November 7, 2014

Death with Dignity

I’m very sorry to hear that Brittany Maynard ended her life Saturday. My sincere condolences to her husband, family, and friends.

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Melinda Penner | November 6, 2014

Links Mentioned on the 10/21/14 Show

The following are links that were either mentioned on this week's show or inspired by it, as posted live on the @STRtweets Twitter feed:

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | STR | October 21, 2014