Yesterday on the Dividing Line, James White commented on a short interview of Peter Williams conducted recently by the Center of Apologetics at Liberty University. The discussion was centered on presuppositionalism vs. evidentialism. The commentary of James White regarding this subject hits the nail on the head and is worthy of your time.
Abortion Video – A new video has recently been released showing an abortionist talk at the National Abortion Foundation’s annual meeting in San Francisco, CA on April 7th, 2014. At the 9:25 mark, she begins to describe an eyeball falling into the lap of an abortionist. Listen to the laughs and applause as she articulates her successful abortion.
11th Video from The Center for Medical Progress – Released just yesterday, the campaign continues to show evidence why Planned Parenthood should be defunded. Help this effort by sharing this video with your friends through social media and writing letters to your representative.
Five Words that Weaken Every Sermon – Jason Allen, president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, points out that we should watch our vocabulary in the pulpit. Certain words may weaken our sermon.
We Will Not Bow – Todd Friel posted a clip from John MacArthur’s sermon that addresses the sin of cross dressing and how our culture has normalized this type of behavior. The words of John MacArthur, regarding marriage, are helpful and should be considered in this present evil age.
Choosing a Book or Dissertation Topic – Thomas Kidd provides good words of wisdom for authors who are trying to narrow their search for a topic for their dissertation or book project.
What is Reformation Day? – Stephen Nichols has written a helpful article that explains the historical significance of October 31st.
On this day (Oct. 28th) 61 years ago, Jim Elliot wrote: “He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose.”
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