When the Crowd Stops Roaring

by Nevan MacEwan. Ian Neven MacEwan has had enough experiences to fill the lives of several men. When the Crowd Stops Roaring tells the story of a teacher, travel agent, small business owner, local government official, city councillor, and prison chaplain. None of these roles, however, elevated him to prominence like his 134 matches representing…

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Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus

by Nabeel Qureshi. In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus tells his followers about the sacrifice required of those who follow him. He goes on to describe the division that will take place even among families because of the gospel (12:49-53). Few modern Christians experience the pain of this truth like Muslims converting to Christianity. In…

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He Reads Truth Bible

Published by Holman Bibles. With the incredible number of English Bibles available, it is valid to ask a new edition or even translation the question ‘Why do you exist?’ or ‘Is there anything unique you have to offer?’ It seems that as a result, publishers have created Bibles for every conceivable niche group in the…

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Called To Be Holy

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When my eldest two boys were three and four, they were given life sized dolls of Bert and Ernie—from the television program Sesame Street—for Christmas. Pretty cool presents, I thought. But upon opening their presents, what captivated them was not Bert and Ernie but two small bags of balloons that they had each received along…

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10 Things You Should Know About The Danger Of Media

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1. Media feed us an endless stream of spectacles that captures human attention and holds fast a collective gaze. A spectacle is a moment of time, of varying length, in which collective gaze is fixed on some specific image, event, or moment. A spectacle is something that captures human attention, an instant when our eyes…

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The Appointed Times: Microcodes & Macrocodes

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There has been a great deal of interest in “Bible Codes.” The main flurry of controversy has been about the equidistant letter sequences that seem to be hidden within the Biblical text. An example of this occurs in Genesis 1:14: And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide…

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The Atheist is Deluded! A response to Stephen Fry

A few years ago, British actor, comedian and outspoken atheist, Stephen Fry was asked in an interview what he would say if he was confronted by God. Here’s Fry’s response: “I’d say, bone cancer in children? What’s that about? How dare you? How dare you create a world to which there is such misery that…

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Destroying and Annoying

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Why would God create mosquitoes, viruses, and bacteria? “Ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds of the air, and they will tell you; or speak to the earth, and it will teach you, or let the fish of the sea inform you. Which of these does not know that the hand…

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