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Now yesterday I had the opportunity of catching a new show here in the Los Angeles area for the first time. At 11 o'clock on Fox 11 Dennis Prager, a local talk show host and a fine thinker and a friend and a person who has helped me tremendously in the last number of years that I've been acquainted with him both professionally and personally, is the host of that show. It's a half hour format. He starts out with some opening comments like I do here, and, like he does on his own radio show, then he has a guest for about 15 or 20 minutes. Then they have a couple of comments from the audience.
This month's free audio book download from Christianaudio.com is The Best of Jonathan Edwards Sermons. Here's the description of the three sermons included:
This Wednesday (May 30th) at 7:30pm, three former terrorists--Walid Shoebat (author of Why I Left Jihad and
I'm reading a chapter titled "The Sweet Problem of Inclusiveness" in An Emergent Manifesto of Hope where the author, Samir Selmanovic, expresses his disapproval of the exclusive claims Christians make about Jesus:
The article titled "Too Much to Carry" posted on washingtonpost.com is a difficult read. The author, Liza Mundy, spent time with a doctor who performs "selective reductions" for women who are pregnant with multiple fetuses. To improve the chances of a successful birth of one or two of the children, the wea
The first account I composed, Theophilus, about all that Jesus began to do and teach, until the day when He was taken up to heaven, after He had by the Holy Spirit given orders to the apostles whom He had chosen. To these He also presented Himself alive after His suffering, by many convincing proofs, appearing to them over a period of forty days and speaking of the things concerning the kingdom of God (Acts 1:1-3).
A recent survey conducted by Ayers, McHenry, & Associates, Inc. reveals that even a small amount of purposeful thinking about the meaning and implications of the Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade is enough to change many people's minds about whether or not that decision ought to be overturned.
While looking through news articles on yesterday's National Day of Prayer, I came across a group that has declared its own National Day of Reason to create a more "inclusive" alternative for our country.
The question of whether or not Paul made up Christianity by incorporating the mystery religions (i.e., the nature religions with the cyclical dying and rising gods) into Christian beliefs has become a popular subject in our comments section. After a quick search on the internet, I found an accessible article summing up the mainstream opinions of both Christian and secular scholars on this question. Here are a few excerpts from "
In light of the growing threat from terrorist groups, the people of Burlington County, New Jersey staged a practice terrorist attack "complete with Kevlar-clad officers, armed suspects and students portraying the wounded and dead":“You perform as you practice,” Superintendent Chris Manno said prior to the exercise. “We need to practice under conditions as real as possible in order to evaluate our procedures and plans so that they're as effective as possible.”