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The topics of sexual assault and rape are in the public eye more than ever before. Some people claim the Bible teaches that victims must marry their attackers.
“The Bible says it’s ok to beat your slaves as long as they don’t die immediately....” Does the Bible teach that masters can beat their slaves?
The April 2018 National Geographic is dedicated to “the complicated issue of race” with the cover story featuring twins, Marcia and Millie Biggs.
Ken Ham’s Twitter post and the accompanying post on Facebook pertaining to Dr. Stephen Hawking’s death quickly garnered dozens of responses.
That feeling of “veneration” in the face of the “sacred” has sent atheists scurrying for generations, denying that awe even exists except among religious fanatics. But today everyone is forced to embrace its reality. Neuroscientists can detect its effects in the brain.
Superstitions abound regarding certain days, numbers, or objects. They fear Friday the 13th, Groundhog Day, broken mirrors, or ladders may have a hand in shaping the future. Most of these have murky, ancient origins and have been passed down from generation to generation. How should Christians respond?
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