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*An Alternative Society -- "...what’s going on in the wider world is often not all that encouraging."
* Craig Hicks, Chapel Hill Shooting Suspect, Reportedly Shared Atheist Beliefs On Facebook -- "According to the Facebook page, Hicks appears to be a fan of Thomas Paine’s The Age of Reason and Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion."
* InterVarsity Victory in Sex Discrimination Case Is Good News for All Parachurch Ministries -- "...the historical practice has always been that the government cannot dictate to a religious organization who its spiritual leaders would be."
*Jesus’ Miracles in Mark and God’s Compassion and Comfort -- "These reactions demonstrate Mark’s presentation of Jesus as the one sent by God to act for God."
* New details emerge about Chapel Hill shooter's conflicts with neighbors -- "Hicks, charged with shooting dead three Muslim students, is described by neighbors as angry and confrontational."
*Pornography: How It Works and How to Reverse Its Effects (Part 1 of 2) -- "Biblically, lusting after another person is sin in and of itself (Matt 5:28)."
*Red lights -- "It occurred to me that many might be served if we offered warning-signs of (at worst) false or (at best) unreliable teachers."
* Student reprimanded for saying “God Bless America” -- "Principal Natasha Drake...explained that once the student delivered the morning announcements, the student became a representative of the government and therefore invoking God to bless our fruited plain became a no-no."
*Super Bowl Idolatry -- "The NFL is, in a real sense, our civic religion. It has Sunday worship services, mid-week Thursday celebrations, patron saints (Hall of Famers), and a liturgical calendar that begins with the NFL draft (in April) and ends with the Super Bowl (in February)."
*The Disciple’s Napkin – 4 Ways to Serve -- "Every disciple should be regularly and faithfully participating in corporate worship in a local church."
*Why church? -- "I remember when most people described themselves as “Christian”, even though that meant “confused theist” at best."
* The Girl in the Tuxedo: Two Variations on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity -- "How grateful I am that the photograph is from 1985, not 2015."
*Why should we study the history of Christian worship? -- "What significance is the history of Christian worship for how worship takes place in our churches today?"
*Wise Men -- "The conduct of the wise men is a splendid example of spiritual diligence."