mid-week apologetics booster (11-26-2020)

Good morning friends,

Here is a random quote (of over 1800) from Nuggets:

It is not until man is made thoroughly displeased with himself that he begins to aspire after God. The fallen creature, deluded by Satan, is self-pleased until his sin-blinded eyes are opened to get a sight of himself. – Arthur Pink 1886-1952, “Profiting from the Word”

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Now, here are your weekly links:

  1. Thanksgiving Proclamations: Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Lincoln, Roosevelt, & more – American Minute with Bill Federer: https://americanminute.com/blogs/todays-american-minute/thanksgiving-proclamations-washington-jefferson-madison-lincoln-roosevelt-more-american-minute-with-bill-federer
  2. EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED – Join Frank on a fascinating survey of history from 1453 to the Pilgrims to Thanksgiving with none other than historian Bill Federer. This episode for the CrossExamined podcast is packed with surprising historical data: https://crossexamined.org/everything-is-connected/
  3. Review of The Missoula Flood by John Soennichsen – The remarkable story of a rebel geologist and the world’s greatest flood – creation.com: https://creation.com/review-of-the-missoula-flood
  4. How can I know if I am one of the elect? | GotQuestions.org: https://www.gotquestions.org/one-of-the-elect.html
  5. When we let the doubts win, Is there a way back? it’s perfectly natural to struggle with doubt. Certainty is a person-relative, situation-dependent … But we do have reasonable warrant to believe God is there, and has revealed himself in Jesus. Objections can be raised, but there’s no way to make belief in God unreasonable, and the state of the evidence concerning what Jesus claims and what happened to him isn’t changing. Its early, and given by credible eyewitnesses. So, there are reasons to start trusting again. The experience of those around you should not be enough to distract you from devotion to Christ. He is true regardless of our feelings, and regardless of the stories of those around us. Follow Jesus; its rational, and He’s worth it. – creation.com: https://creation.com/when-we-let-the-doubts-win
  6. How Christianity Gained Cultural Momentum In The Trump Era: https://thefederalist.com/2020/11/20/how-christianity-gained-cultural-momentum-in-the-trump-era/
  7. Is It True that There Are Good Non-Christians? | Clay Jones: https://www.clayjones.net/2020/10/good-non-christians/
  8. Is Divorce Really a Sin? Unfortunately, divorce is a real and prevalent issue in modern society, among those inside and outside the Church. There are myriad reasons why people get divorced these days, including adultery, abuse, finances, or simply falling out of love. The question that many wonder is: is divorce a sin? Obviously divorce is not something that pleases God, but is it actually a sin? This is a complicated and controversial issue, but one that cannot be ignored. – Topical Studies: https://www.biblestudytools.com/bible-study/topical-studies/is-divorce-a-sin.html
  9. What is the Historical Evidence for the Deaths and Sufferings of Early Christians? Bishop’s Encyclopedia of Religion, Society and Philosophy: https://jamesbishopblog.com/2015/05/17/historical-evidence-for-the-death-of-jesus-disciples-and-very-early-christians-as-well-as-their-willingness-to-suffer/
  10. Politics Will Not Save Us – this was written in February 2020, but is a good perspective now looking back and going forward: https://www.str.org/w/politics-will-not-save-us

But you, O God, will bring down the wicked into the pit of corruption; bloodthirsty and deceitful men will not live out half their days. But as for me, I trust in you. Psalms 55:23

Blessings to you all

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