Why Are There Only 53 Christians Among America’s 2,184 Syrian Refugees?
Amid claims of discrimination, World Relief points to other explanations.
Singapore megachurch leaders draw jail terms in pop music fraud
The pastor, a voice for the prosperity gospel, divurted millions of dollars to his wife’s secular singing career.
How to Want More of Jesus and Less of You
Our identity and worth must be rooted in the fact that we are sinners saved by the grace of Jesus Christ alone, adopted into His family, and called His children.
Baptist pastor: Trump was right, bombing ‘you-know-what’ out of ISIS is ‘biblical response’
First Baptist Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress, who has said Satan is the father of Islam, calls on the American government to enact a biblical response to Islamic terrorism – bombing them in order to protect U.S. citizens from their threats.
Todd Starnes: Obama is importing Muslims, deporting Christians
FOX News Commentator Todd Starnes talks about President Barack Obama’s comments following the Paris attacks by Islamic radicals, and the possible relocation of Syrian refugees to the United States.
‘Downton Abbey’ Creators Banned Christianity, God From Show For Fear Of Alienating Atheist Viewers
Since the creation of “Downton Abbey” in 2010, historical adviser Alastair Bruce has worked to make the show as historically accurate as possible, from the character’s outfits to even the smallest home decor.
November 20, 2015 Worldview Weekend Newsletter
Two New Special Broadcasts on ISIS
Guest: Iranian born and former Muslim Shahram Hadian joins us today to follow up on our program from earlier this week.
Topic: 100,000 Syrian refugees to be brought into America each year till the end of 2017. If 20% of these are ISIS terrorist then that is an estimated 40,000 ISIS terrorists inside the U.S. Topic: The President of France says just 72 hours after the attack on his country that his country will allow 30,000 refugees into France. Are the politicians today useful idiots, being blackmailed, or paid off? Sharam has uncovered a $1.5 billion dollar program that Brannon calls the refugee industrial complex. What major globalist foundations are behind this complex and how much federal and United Nations money is being spent on this refugee industrial complex? Topic: Are the goals of the refugee industrial complex three fold? 1. Collapse the economy of nations for the purpose of socialism and nationalizing by putting the refugees on welfare when they arrive? 2. Bring in more liberal socialist voters to ensure the election of liberal, socialist, globalist candidates. 3. Bring in more agitators that will agitate to the point of conflict and then cause civil unrest that will justify more government and the nationalizing and federalizing of all police. Topic: Syrian and ISIS connected refugees are under investigation. Topic: We take your calls.
Cecil Rhodes, John Ruskin, Central Banks, and a Revived Roman Empire That Will Lead to The Coming Religious Reich
Did the President of France know the attack of November 13, 2015 was coming as far back as September while continuing to be critical of those warning that terrorists could be among the refugees? Guest: John Loeffler. Topic:
Topic: Hear a detailed timeline of how Obama orchestrated the Arab spring, funded Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, and has been sympathetic towards Islam. Topic: Hear how legal immigration has allowed men into the U.S. to attend college as well as provide material support to Al Qaeda. Topic: After pushing for a 500% increase in H1-B visas why is Ted Cruz once again flip flopping on another issue such as immigration? When will the American people realize that the D and R part are really one party and stop believing that even when some candidates claim to be outsiders they are really major insiders playing the public as fools? Topic: What is the solution to what is happening on a global scale?
WVW-TV Presents: Do You Believe in The Deity of Jesus Christ & The Trinity? Then The Koran Says in 5:72-73 You Are An Infidel with
WVW-TV Presents: Why Believe The Bible? with Mike Gendron
WVW-TV Presents: The Good Shepherd, His Sheep & Thieving False Teachers: A Study of John 10 (Part Four & Final Part)
John Lanagan of My Word Like Fire gave us Related Southern Baptist Convention president to speak at IHOP-KC;s “Onething” gathering. In part two Lanagan covers IHOP-KC’s false teachings, Catholic leanings, NAR ideology, and long term contemplative influence. Be sure to view the video. Mike Bickle tells the IHOP-KC students, “I know that I know the value of genuine manifestations. […]
Our Church, Our Children and the “Sinner’s Prayer”
Amy Spreeman of Berean Research shares a letter she received from a mom who learned that, while she attended a Bible study, the children’s leaders were “cheerfully working to coerce the children into praying the Sinner’s Prayer.” But is reciting a prayer out loud or in our heads even biblical? Some say yes, others say no. Amy believes “it is biblical to pray to Jesus to ask Him to forgive us our sins. But without true repentance, there can be no regeneration.” Thus, “it is not biblical to say someone is saved ‘because of reciting the Sinner’s Prayer.’ We must put our trust, hope, and faith in Christ and His sacrifice on the cross, but to give someone assurance of salvation based on reciting a prayer, or thinking the words in our heads as someone else says them, does not produce saving faith.”
Evangelical Grand Canyon University to Grant Employee Benefits to Homosexual Staff
According to Christian News Network:
Arizon’s Grand Canyon University has announced that it has decided to grant employee benefits to homosexual staff while reiterating its belief that marriage can only be defined as the union of one man man and one woman.
The university says that it made the change as federal and state governments “have recently changed their long-held definition of marriage and now recognize same-sex marriage as lawful.”
Boys in Girls Locker Rooms
- Do not waste your time and money on this movie.
- I haven’t had an opportunity yet to listen to this message by Dr. Abner Chou, but considering the source and the topic, I can say with confidence that it will be excellent.
- Noble, Furtick, Driscoll, and Terkeurst all headlining the “Most Excellent Way to Lead” Conference? Um, no thanks. I’d rather learn leadership from someone with integrity.
- Look, we’ve likely all said dumb things on social media, and we’ve probably all occasionally deleted a tweet. But this deletion was quite noticeable, Ms. Moore.
- On divine discipline.
- Have you been following The Truth Pulpit?
- Here’s your weekly dose of adorable.
- Living in a fallen world.
- Wow, even with the conviction, I didn’t necessarily see this coming, but it’s good.
- Why Romans is the best book in the Bible (check out the rest of the posts in this series as well).
- Please, just stay away from N.T. Wright.
- And while we’re sharing resources from No Compromise Radio, Mike Abendroth’s new book, Sexual Fidelity: No Compromise, is now available. I’ve read it and you should read it.
- The authenticator of Scripture:
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Joe Carter’s article will get you caught up on the Syrian refugee controversy (as it pertains to inviting refugees into America).
Mike Riccardi uses Mohler’s theological triage to attempt to sort the bad doctrine from the outright heresy.
“Everything’s accelerated these days, and the same must be said for grief online. The Internet cycles through all five stages in as many tweets. We find it hurtling toward us: unavoidable, wall-to-wall.”
Microsoft Windows turns 30 this week. Here’s a visual tour of its history. How many of these versions did you use?
Here is a selection of words and phrases you may use (especially if you’re a preacher or church leader) that really have no meaning.
This Day in 1541. 474 years ago today at the age of 32, John Calvin established a theocratic government in Geneva, which provided a home base for Protestantism throughout Europe. *
Time shares the 7 most fascinating letters from their archives. They come from Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy, Harry Truman, and Tennessee Williams, among others.
Christianity Today: “About 2 out of 5 Protestants who call themselves evangelicals no longer qualify under a new definition of what true evangelicals believe. Meanwhile, 1 in 5 Protestants who don’t self-identify as evangelicals actually have beliefs matching the new definition of evangelical.”
Jacob Abshire’s put together a Christmas study guide that’s worth checking out.
Who are you? What gives a man his identity? On what foundation are you building your sense of self? Your answer, whether true or false, defines your life.
Wrong ways of defining who we are arise naturally in our hearts, and the world around us preaches and models innumerable false identities. But Jesus maps out and walks out a counterintuitive and countercultural way to know who you are. Your true identity is a gift of God, a surprising discovery, and then a committed choice.
Ray Ortlund shares a terrific quote from Charles Spurgeon.
“Facts are our friends,” says evangelical leader Ed Stetzer, pointing out why we should not resist the facts, no matter what they might tell us. But what happens when people decide they only want “friendly facts” that fit into their preexisting worldview?
The late Daniel Patrick Moynihan used to say, “You’re entitled to your own opinions, but you’re not entitled to your own facts.” He’d have been surprised to see that, in a world of social media and multiple news sources, many Americans now feel entitled to both.
I remember thinking that getting older and getting married would fix both problems. When I got older, I’d be the top dog at a company, or a college, or an industry. I would become the guy everyone else would long to know and be known by. The room would light up just because Brandon Smith walked into it.
Christ’s Body and Affections In Heaven | Mark Jones, Reformation21 Blog
“Jesus remains forever the God-man. He will always be fully God and fully man. For him to somehow “shed” his humanity would be a great loss to us in heaven, for we would have no way of seeing God. But what about his affections in his state of glory?”
The Gospel for the Hopeless: An Interview with John Barros | Tabletalk
John talks about his ministry at an Orlando abortion clinic.
The Revenge of the Coddled: An Interview with Jonathan Haidt | Dominic Bouck, First Things
Haidt talks about the culture of hyper-political correctness, especially on college campuses.
Why Abraham Kuyper Became a National Hero | Justin Holcomb, LogosTalk
Learn more about the influential Dutch theologian.
Texas Pastors Celebrate Win In Gender Fight | Bonnie Pritchett, The Aquila Report
“The victory was no small feat for the coalition of evangelical pastors and conservative business leaders and elected officials who—outspent 10 to 1—faced a national campaign to advance LGBT rights in Houston. ”
Introvert Power: Why Your Inner Life Is Your Hidden Strength by Laurie Helgoe ($7.87). This is the kind of popular book I like to buy on a Friday to relax with over the weekend. I very rarely read the whole thing but always pick up some fascinating info that helps me understand myself and others.
The Fight of Your Life: Manning Up to the Challenge of Sexual Integrity by Tim Clinton and Mark Laaser ($1.99)
Christians in an Age of Wealth: A Biblical Theology of Stewardshipby Craig L. Blomberg ($3.99)
Christian Bioethics: A Guide for Pastors, Health Care Professionals, and Families by C. Ben Mitchell and D. Joy Riley ($2.99). I never fully agree with what I read in books about Christian ethics but they always help me to think better.
Preaching the Old Testament edited by Scott M. Gibson ($1.99)
Relevant Magazine recently ran a post called “What the Bible says about how to treat refugees.” To help you understand where they are coming from, remember that Relevant seems to exist primarily to tie Christian ethics to whatever cause célèbre has captured the kids these days. The list was frustrating to read not because of what it said, but what it omitted (to spare you the click, the gist is that Christians should open their boarders to refugees).
But the actual refugee problem runs deeper than that, and it is yet another evidence of the juvenilization of evangelical thought that actual theologians think the issue of Syrian refugees should be settled by pointing to Levitical law about letting foreigners reap in your grain field.
At risk of sounding pedantic, this is a complex issue with competing interests and ethics. Namely:
Christian ethics in government?
First, should governments exercise Christian ethics? If in the context of a debate about a bill in Congress regulating refugees from Syria, a person is going to argue that Levitical Law should guide us, does that mean that Congress should be influenced by the Bible’s ethics?
I say yes, Congress should be guided by biblical ethics. But I couldn’t help but notice that people making the “Leviticus says you should receive refugees” argument were—only a few weeks ago—saying that government workers were not supposed to follow their religion whilst on the clock. Remember Kim Davis?
But I’ll take a victory where I can, and so for the sake of this argument let’s agree that the government should operate based on biblical principles.
Levitical Law for the USA?
Levitical Law concerning refugees was grounded in the basic fact that God cared for Israel while she was enslaved in Egypt and while she was wandering in the wilderness, so they should care for others who were enslaved and are now refugees In this video, Master’s Seminary’s Michael Grisanti argues that Deuteronomy 10:18-20 is a key passage explaining this dynamic:
“[Yahweh] executes justice for the orphan and the widow, and shows His love for the alien by giving him food and clothing. So show your love for the alien, for you were aliens in the land of Egypt. You shall fear Yahweh your God; you shall serve Him and cling to Him, and you shall swear by His name.”
It is clear that Mosaic Law commanded the Israelites to care for sojourners and exiles. But this is contingent on a few presuppositions, not the least of which is that Israel itself had purged the idols from within her own boarders. Deuteronomy 10 is surrounded by passages about idolatry (9 is the rebuke for the golden calf, and 11 is the appeal for the Israelites to break from idol worship).
In other words, Israel was supposed to be a beacon of truth in the middle of a world of lies. And when people wanted truth, they would flee to Israel. When people were hopeless (as in the case of Ruth) or hopeful (as in the case of the Queen of Sheeba), then Israel would be the place they could come and find Yahweh.
To the extent with which I agree with the Relevant take on refugees, it is right here: God cared for Israel when they were persecuted, so those that worship the God of Israel should care for others who are persecuted.
Does this apply to the USA? Well, in as much as you grant that we too were founded with God’s favor as a nation of religious freedom, then the principle does apply. God has showed kindness to our country, and our country has often been a place of refuge for those fleeing religious persecution. In fact, this is a hallmark of our history: we revere religious freedom, and welcome others who do as well.
Government’s responsibility to protect:
This is the issue too often overlooked by arm-chair politicians wielding only Deuteronomy 10. Those in government have an additional responsibility beyond simply welcoming refugees like Israel was supposed to. They are called by God to protect their citizens from harm (Gen 9:6; Acts 14:6; Rom 13:4-5; 1 Peter 2:13-14). So if you buy that government legislatures should follow biblical ethics, then you have to ask: what ethics apply to this situation.
What is this situation? A nation torn by war and genocide largely fueled by their tyrannical leadership and hatred of Christ has essentially collapsed. They are being bombed the Russians, gassed by their own government, and the Christians there are being persecuted from the fleeing Muslims. Many of them are attempting to illegally flee across land into Europe, or attempting dangerous crossings of the Mediterranean.
But the same terrorists that are devastating Syria (and Iraq) are following the refugees to Europe. It is a horrible situation: as more people die tragic deaths crossing into Europe, the more political pressure is put on Europe to open their boarders and allow hundreds of thousands of these refugees. The more open Europe becomes, the easier it is for terrorists to get in as well.
The result is a complex moral situation. A Christian leader in Europe (or in the United States) has to legitimately ask himself what is the equilibrium? How do you balance the desire to rescue refugees with the desire to keep terrorists out of your own country?
This is not simply a political issue either. In the United States there are several Democrats that are in favor of pausing the Syrian refugee program, and there are several Republicans in favor of expanding it. Just as it is complex theologically, it is also complex politically.
Remember that the Boston Marathon bombing was perpetrated by brothers in the Untied States as refugees. The Paris attacks were similarly planned by people who came into Europe posing as refugees.
Now, as you remember that, pretend you are a political leader in the US—someone who actually has the authority to increase the flow of Syrian refugees into the country, or who has the authority to stop the flow altogether. As you wrestle through the issue, you are aware that your job according to the Bible is to protect your people. Your job as a believer in Christ is to demonstrate biblical ethics, which also includes showing kindness to refugees. Both are God-given principles that you must balance.
As you imagine the dilemma that person is faced with, do you now understand how superficial it makes Christianity look if Christian leaders are saying the issue is as simple as Levitical law about refugees?
The truth is that in a fallen world this is difficult. Obviously compassion is worth some risk, and obviously compassion is not worth every risk. You are to love your neighbor, and for those in government their neighbors are the citizens they protect as well as the refugees that flee, and these are often in tension.
The Christian response should be to pray for wisdom in our leaders, to pray for safety for our nation, and to seize any opportunity we have to show love and mercy to those who have lost their home nation.
Franklin Graham: Islam Has Declared War on the World
Outspoken evangelist the Reverend Franklin Graham has stated that the attacks in Paris and Beirut have shown that “Islam has declared war on the world.”
In a statement posted on his Facebook page Monday evening, the head of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association also mentioned other brutal attacks by Islamic terrorists.
ARTICLES I LIKE FROM AROUND THE WEB:
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Accepting Syrian Refugees is Not Compassion – “One of the most hotly contested issues in America today is the President’s proposal to bring to America thousands who are exiting war-torn Syria for Europe and the Unites States. Many fear, with good cause, that among the thousands are scores of Syrian bred terrorists who hate all that we love and are committed to our destruction.”
Bad Doctrine vs. Heresy: An Exercise in Theological Triage – “More than ten years ago (can’t believe it’s been that long!), Al Mohler wrote a seminal blog post outlining what he called ‘theological triage.’ Borrowing the term from the emergency room, Mohler discussed the need for Christians to prioritize certain doctrinal issues over others. In what can be the chaos of an emergency room, medical professionals need to know how to weigh the urgency of various patients’ needs against one another; that is, a gunshot wound should be prioritized over a sprained ankle. Similarly, in the theological world, Christians must understand the difference between (a) ‘first-order’ doctrines—where to hold an errant position actually precludes one from being a true brother in Christ—and (b) ‘second-‘ and ‘third-order’ doctrines—issues on which two genuine Christians can disagree and nevertheless be truly saved. In other words, we need to be able to discern the difference between bad doctrine and heresy.”
A Call for Theological Triage and Christian Maturity – “In every generation, the church is commanded to ‘contend for the faith once for all delivered to the saints.’ That is no easy task, and it is complicated by the multiple attacks upon Christian truth that mark our contemporary age. Assaults upon the Christian faith are no longer directed only at isolated doctrines. The entire structure of Christian truth is now under attack by those who would subvert Christianity’s theological integrity.”
You’re Not A Bad Christian Just Because You Want To Be Cautious About Syrian Refugees – “My opinions do not fit neatly into the ‘yea’ or ‘nay’ paradigm. If you assume you know my position based on the title of this piece, you’re probably assuming incorrectly. To very briefly summarize, I understand the hesitations about taking in the refugees, I believe it would be reckless to admit thousands without thorough background checks ahead of time, I do think we should be discriminatory in who we accept and who we don’t, I do think 10,000 is probably too many at this precise moment in time, and I am extremely concerned about importing radical Islamic ideology into our communities.”
A Song for the Weak and Broken – “In his preface to the Olney Hymns, John Newton wrote that the collection was ‘intended as a monument, to perpetuate the remembrance of an intimate and endeared friendship.’ Who was the friend? William Cowper. I have been working with the William Cowper text Heal Us for years. The message of the lyrics and tone of gospel music complement each other because, musically and historically, the African-American church has sung some of the most powerful songs of lament — the ‘sorrow songs’ as W. E. Dubois famously called them.”
Art Azurdia – A Clarion Call to Worldly Christianity (Part 1)
Worse Than An Unbeliever?
NT Wright says Penal Substitution is for 5 year olds
“All death can do to the believer is deliver him to Jesus. It brings us into the eternal presence of our Savior.” – John MacArthur
Our Time is Short
What is The Gospel?
God made everything out of nothing, including you and me. His main purpose in creation was to bring him pleasure.
The chief way in which we as humanity do this is through loving, obeying, and enjoying him perfectly.
Instead of this, we have sinned against our loving Creator and acted in high-handed rebellion.
God has vowed that he will righteously and lovingly judge sinners with eternal death.
But God, being merciful, loving, gracious, and just, sent his own son, Jesus Christ, in the likeness of man to live as a man; fulfilling his perfect requirements in the place of sinners; loving, obeying, and enjoying him perfectly.
And further, his son bore the eternal judgment of God upon the cross of Calvary, as he satisfied the eternal anger of God, standing in the place of sinners. God treated Jesus as a sinner, though he was perfectly sinless, that he might declare sinners as perfect.
This glorious transaction occurs as the sinner puts their faith (dependence, trust) in the Lord Jesus Christ as their substitute. God then charges Christ’s perfection to the sinner, and no longer views him as an enemy but instead an adopted son covered in the perfect righteousness of his son.
God furnished proof that this sacrifice was accepted by raising Jesus from the dead.
God will judge the world in righteousness and all of those who are not covered in the righteousness of Christ, depending on him for forgiveness, will be forced to stand on their own to bear the eternal anger of God.
Therefore, all must turn from sin and receive Christ Jesus as Lord.
There is no greater message to be heard than that which we call the gospel. But as important as that is, it is often given to massive distortions or over simplifications. People think they’re preaching the gospel to you when they tell you, ‘you can have a purpose to your life’, or that ‘you can have meaning to your life’, or that ‘you can have a personal relationship with Jesus.’ All of those things are true, and they’re all important, but they don’t get to the heart of the gospel.
The gospel is called the ‘good news’ because it addresses the most serious problem that you and I have as human beings, and that problem is simply this: God is holy and He is just, and I’m not. And at the end of my life, I’m going to stand before a just and holy God, and I’ll be judged. And I’ll be judged either on the basis of my own righteousness–or lack of it –or the righteousness of another. The good news of the gospel is that Jesus lived a life of perfect righteousness, of perfect obedience to God, not for His own well being but for His people. He has done for me what I couldn’t possibly do for myself. But not only has He lived that life of perfect obedience, He offered Himself as a perfect sacrifice to satisfy the justice and the righteousness of God.
The great misconception in our day is this: that God isn’t concerned to protect His own integrity. He’s a kind of wishy-washy deity, who just waves a wand of forgiveness over everybody. No. For God to forgive you is a very costly matter. It cost the sacrifice of His own Son. So valuable was that sacrifice that God pronounced it valuable by raising Him from the dead – so that Christ died for us, He was raised for our justification. So the gospel is something objective. It is the message of who Jesus is and what He did. And it also has a subjective dimension. How are the benefits of Jesus subjectively appropriated to us? How do I get it? The Bible makes it clear that we are justified not by our works, not by our efforts, not by our deeds, but by faith–and by faith alone. The only way you can receive the benefit of Christ’s life and death is by putting your trust in Him–and in Him alone. You do that, you’re declared just by God, you’re adopted into His family, you’re forgiven of all of your sins, and you have begun your pilgrimage for eternity.
If you picked up a hitchhiker (not that I recommend doing that) and he saw a Bible on your car seat and said, “I’ve heard about this thing called the Gospel – can you explain it to me before you drop me off in one minute up the street?” What would you say?
Can you explain the gospel in 30 seconds? In one minute? In five minutes?
Here’s one way I have found helpful. The five main components of the gospel can be remembered on 5 fingers of one hand. Here they are:
1) Jesus’ birth
2) Jesus’ life
3) Jesus’ death
4) Jesus’ resurrection
5) Jesus’ ascension
Obviously each point can be elaborated on depending on how much time you have. Here’s the short version:
1) Jesus’ birth – Jesus, God himself, the creator of the universe, the Messiah, became a human being – took on flesh, and was born of a virgin.
2) Jesus’ life – Jesus lived a life of perfect obedience to his Father. Though he was tempted in every way as we are, he never once sinned.
3) Jesus’ death – on the cross, Jesus himself took all our sins and paid for them. God the father counted all our sins to Jesus as if he himself had personally committed them. Then Jesus bore God’s wrath towards sin – the punishment we deserved – as a substitute for us.
4) Jesus’ resurrection – within 3 days, Jesus rose physically from the dead, proving that his sacrifice for sins have been accepted by God, since the punishment for sin was death. Jesus was seen by numerous people after he rose including 500 at one time (1 Corinthians 15).
5) Jesus’ ascension – Jesus ascended physically into heaven where he reigns as King of kings and Lord of lords. And someday he will return to the earth.
That’s the gospel, the good news, and if we believe in Jesus Christ and this good news and call upon him he will save us from our sins and give us eternal life.
That’s a simple way to remember the gospel – five fingers. Even a child can do it. So ask God to give you opportunities to share his good news today.
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Who do you think that I am?
With that brief question Jesus Christ confronted His followers with the most important issue they would ever face. He had spent much time with them and made some bold claims about His identity and authority. Now the time had come for them either to believe or deny His teachings.
Who do you say Jesus is? Your response to Him will determine not only your values and lifestyle, but your eternal destiny as well.
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