Give to Caesar; Give to God

April 15, 2014
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Posted by Ravi Zacharias on April 15, 2014 Some of you have probably heard me mention the simple conversation between Jesus and the one who was questioning him, trying to pit him against Caesar. And he looked at Jesus and he said, “Is it alright to pay taxes to Caesar?” (Mark 12:14-17) That is one […]

Holy Week

April 15, 2014
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by Margaret Manning For Christians, this week is the holiest of all weeks. And yet, it is holy in a most ironic way. In this week, those who follow Jesus seek to remember and commemorate the final days and hours of Jesus’s life are commemorated. They are holy days as we struggle to understand the […]

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Karma vs. Christianity

April 15, 2014
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12-Year Old Speaks Out on the Issue of Abortion

April 14, 2014
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Nice job, Lia!

New Mozilla Plug-Ins . . .

April 10, 2014
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The Future of Religious Freedom Hinges on the Power of Persistence

April 9, 2014
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By Alan Sears | Posted Apr 9, 2014 In Luke 18, Jesus speaks of a widow who, besieged by an opponent on a matter of law, took her case to the local judge – and found him less than interested in her predicament. In fact, Jesus says, this judge was a man who didn’t take […]

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The State of the Bible: 6 Trends for 2014

April 9, 2014
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The Barna Group April 8, 2014 — The Bible has been making its way onto box office screens and home TV screens over the past year: from Noah to Son of God, people have been watching the Bible. But are they still reading the Bible? And do they still believe in the Bible? Each year, […]

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