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John Lennox: Should We Fear Artificial Intelligence?

John Lennox: Should We Fear Artificial Intelligence?

On Oct. 9, 2018, 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. EST, John Lennox will address the critical questions surrounding artificial intelligence and how the future of artificial intelligence bears on a Christian vision of reality. This event is hosted at the Zacharias Institute in Alpharetta, GA, and is part of a new series called #TrendingQuestions. For more information or to attend in person, visit: https://rzim.org/trending-questions/

John Gagliardi

A coach for coaches: John Gagliardi, the winningest coach in college football history, has died at the age of 91. Gagliardi’s daughter Gina Gagliardi Benson announced the former coach’s death Sunday morning on Facebook. “John was a winner in so many ways, but mostly in his ability to connect with others,” she wrote. “His appreciation […]



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Woman Pastor Named In The New Testament?

CBE By Alexandra Greenley The second letter of John is addressed “to the elect lady and to her children.” But who is the “elect lady” of 2 John? Is she a mother with kids, or something more? A look at the apostle John’s use of the word “children” in 1 John can help us understand who […]



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Woman Pastor Named In The New Testament?


Should We Fear Artificial Intelligence? Join John Lennox Oct. 9 #TrendingQuestions

Should We Fear Artificial Intelligence? Join John Lennox Oct. 9 #TrendingQuestions

On Oct. 9, Oxford University Professor John Lennox will address the critical questions surrounding artificial intelligence and how the future of artificial intelligence bears on a Christian vision of reality. Register here: https://www.regonline.com/registration/Checkin.aspx?EventID=2528984&. This event is part of a new series from the Zacharias Institute called #TrendingQuestions. Learn more about it at https://rzim.org/trending-questions/.

Safe to Ask? (RJS)

This is the final post on The Lost World of Scripture by John Walton and D. Brent Sandy. The book has been thought provoking and I highly recommend it to anyone who is struggling with the nature of Scripture as well as to those who are not. I guarantee that it will get you thinking. […]



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Faithful Conclusions (RJS)

As I read the last section of The Lost World of Scripture by John Walton and D. Brent Sandy it became apparent that there was more than one post worth of material here for us to chew on. John and Brent begin by listing some safe and some unsafe conclusions concerning Scripture and biblical authority. […]



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His Life For His Nation: John McCain

On John McCain’s faith: When Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) passed away on Saturday evening, he saw in person the God to whom he had prayed for five and a half years in a Vietnamese prison camp. McCain’s faith in God sustained him during the darkest part of his life. McCain was a war hero because […]



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Better Than Inerrancy (RJS)

We are reaching the end of our walk through The Lost World of Scripture by John Walton and D. Brent Sandy. After describing why inerrancy is an important term – although really inadequate to the task  “its limitations have been exposed as it has been put to the test in a variety of ways” (p. […]



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Pros and Cons of Inerrancy (RJS)

After looking at 2 Timothy 3 and Paul’s use of θεόπνευστος (God-breathed or God-spirited), John Walton and D. Brent Sandy (The Lost World of Scripture) turn to the concept of inerrancy. While both of them affirm inerrancy, properly understood, its use in the church is often flawed and troublesome.  They note at the beginning of […]



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Pros and Cons of Inerrancy (RJS)


Daily Prayer for August 7

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Believe in the light while you have the light, so that you may become children of light. John 12:36, NIV

Dear Father in heaven, as your children we come into your presence so that you may lead us with the light that streams out from you. We come to your light seeking an inner birth to make us what your children ought to be. Bless us as we thank you for all your goodness and for the powerful help you have given many among us. Accept the thanks we offer you, and grant that we never forget the good you are doing for us. Help us to go forward, always forward, until your kingdom is completed. May it not be in vain that we live in the Lord Jesus and in love to you, the God and Father of all. May it not be in vain that we bring you our requests and prayers for your kingdom to come soon. Yes, Lord Jesus, come! Come soon to this earth so that all people may acknowledge the true God and may love you. Amen.


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Author: Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt