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For some laughs, visit this

I added some other ‘potential’ Christian best seller as well to the list:

  1. “Why I am not an Atheist” By God
  2. “Chosen but…free”
  3. “Half Baked Encyclopedia of Apologetics” -By Anonymous Talbot Apologists
  4. “Evangelism Implosion” by Contextualization Theology Fans at Fuller Seminary
  5. “UnCommon Grace” by Van Til
  6. “What Predestination is this?” by David Hunt
  7. “A Moody Handbook of Pathetic Theology”– Edited by the Caner Brother
  8. “Flunk on Parables”, by Jesus Seminar
  9. “The Nigel Leaves Problem: Alternatives to Subjectivism”, by the Trinity
  10. “Deforming Christianity” By Don Cupitt
  11. “The Historical Jesus goes to the Jesus Seminar Revised”, by Roy W. Hoover
  12. “Heterodox Theology for Heterodox Churches” by Pray Less Anderson
  13. “Divine NonIntervention – HOw not to Encounter God Through the Ancient Practice of Lectio Divina”
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A recent documentary powerfully portrays the ideologically driven culture of radical Islam:

Obsession: Radical Islam Part 1 – What the West needs to know
Obsession: Radical Islam Part 2 – The Culture of Jihad
Obsession: Radical Islam Part 3 – The Media of Terrorism
Obsession: Radical Islam Part 4 – Jihad in the West

Obsession: Radical Islam Part 5 – The culture of Denial
Obsession: Radical Islam Part 6 – To Their Own Children!
Obsession: Radical Islam Part 7 – Hitler and the Mufti
Obsession: Radical Islam Part 8 – We’ve Been Here Before

If the above does not work, try this.

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In light of what was discussed here on this blog about the Craners disinformation and the debate that failed to take place, one has to really wonder what’s going on at Liberty when their president can compare Calvinist Christians to Radical Muslims

The following link is a humorous way to look at it:

http://www.oldtruth.com/blog.cfm/id.2.pid.503

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*Photo Credit: From OldTruth.com

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Universities are often hotbeds of Left leaning Liberals extremists that are too often unable to think Critically

HOw could students at UCLA sign petitions banning Water??!

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Unofficial Caner/White/Caner Debate Video by Joshua Chavers

A Commentary on the White-Ascol Caner Debate by Gene M. Bridges

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The debate is now cancelled between Drs James White/Tom Ascol vs Ergun Caner/Emir Caner.

What really happened to the debate, pt. 1
What really happened to the debate, pt. 2
What really happened to the debate, pt. 3

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Last weekend I was memorizing another Fighter Verse, 1 John 2:15 while running on an exercise machine:

“Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him.”

But it wasn’t until today God gave me understanding of this verse. I’d rather not have cancer. I’d rather not be afflicted with pain and suffering. But if I were to live a healthy fifty years, in a nice home, with a good job, and lavish riches- but find myself in Hell, it’d be fifty years of futility. If I were to graduate from college, find the most wonderful wife on the planet but weep in the darkness of death, a college degree and 50 year marriage are a loss.

I understand the feeling behind Paul’s words in Phillipians 3:7,

“But whatever gain I had, I counted as loss for the sake of Christ. Indeed, I count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord.”

Count good health as a loss, if it means you will persevere in death. Imagine the tradgedy of escaping cancer, but being caught in hell. Loving life, yet weeping upon death. Pain-free on earth, yet tormented by our own sin.

Another amazing thing about suffering is God’s confirmation of our salvation. Romans 5:3 says,

“We rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured in our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.”

The suffering we go through confirms the origin of our hope and faith in Christ. If our faith perseveres through suffering, we know that our faith was God-given. If our faith does not persevere, we know that our faith was man-given.

That’s why Jesus explains in Mt 13:18-23 that the Christians who fall away (i.e. hears the word and receive it immediately with joy) after tribulation or persecution fall away because “he has no root in himself.” And additionally the Christians who fall away after the cares, deceitfulness of riches choke the word.

Let us examine ourselves, and know that we are saved. For if you doubt your salvation, make sure you do not cling to the world or the things of the world. Only then can the Holy Spirit give you understanding that everything is a loss compared to the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus.

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