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  • The Worldview Behind "The Jungle Book" Movie

    By Sean McDowell

    Today

    My entire family went to see The Jungle Book this past weekend. From my 3 ½-year old son, to my mother-in-law, we all thoroughly enjoyed it. Disney is to be commended for making an engaging, creative, and faithful “live” version of this classic story.

    Like all fictional movies, The Jungle ...

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  • God’s Response to Evil

    By Alan Hultberg

    Today

    A while ago, I got a letter from a friend (whom I’ll call “Mary”) struggling with why God allows evil. Some people had told her that God was working through terrible tragedies to produce a greater good (Rom. 8:28). Others had told her that Satan was the cause ...

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  • Biblical Grounding for the Christology of the Councils

    By Fred Sanders

    Today

    I have a brief article in the Criswell Theological Review‘s Fall 2015 theme issue on christology. The article is “Biblical Grounding for the Christology of the Councils,” CTR 13/1 (Fall 2015) 93-104. The main thing I argue in the article is that the most effective way

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  • Psychographics is getting into people’s minds, so they’ll...

    By Frederick Cardoza

    Yesterday



    Psychographics is getting into people’s minds, so they’ll be more open to your message.  #leadership #business #ministry #discipleship #education

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  • Is the Universe an Object, and Does It Matter?

    By William Lane Craig

    Apr. 29, 2016

    Dr Craig,

    My question is based on your formulation of the argument from contingency, specifically, your restricted version of the PSR.

    Restricted PSR: everything that exists has an explanation for its existence, whether in the nature of its own necessity or an external cause.

    There are good reasons to prefer ...

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  • Amorites and Exile

    By Fred Sanders

    Apr. 29, 2016

    This week I got to discuss 1 and 2 Kings with Torrey students. Our sessions were full of surprises (at least for me), and I’m just going to jot down a couple of things I noticed in the course of our conversations. Manasseh was a

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