Biochip Technologies: From Fringe To Mainstream
Biochip technology is becoming big business, but not everyone is embracing the changes. There are concerns about the potential dangers these technologies can offer.   Right now, implants are already being designed that will provide your medical information, act as a key to your home, and store business card information. These are not wearable devices that you can put on and take off, but actual implantable devices that are placed under the skin. The implants work through RFID technology, which can be read by smartphones and readers that allow people access to buildings through ID cards or badges. Current estimates indicate that some 50,000 people around the world may already have these implants and be using them for access to their homes and businesses, contact details, and more. 
While it is becoming a popular trend in some circles, there are real worries about where the use of these kinds of devices may take society. .....
Headlines & Articles — Friday, September 30th, 2016
Prophecy Watchers On High Alert As Rare ‘Black Moon’ This Friday Will Usher In Jewish Feast Of Trumpets
The first day of September brought with it a ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse – where the moon falls in line with the Earth and the sun above Africa, making it appear as if the sun had darkened. This year, the Black Moon phenomenon has a twist to it - it will usher in the Jewish Feast of Trumpets.....
Obama: Why I Won't Say 'Islamic Terrorism'
President Barack Obama has taken a lot of criticism from political opponents over his rhetoric when it comes to terrorism. But on Wednesday at a CNN presidential town hall, he was asked to defend why he refuses to say "Islamic" terrorism to a Gold Star mother.  ....
Christian Schools Under Pressure To Have Gay Clubs
Let them - or else. That, in a nutshell, was the stern warning -- in the name of provincial law - that was given to Canadian Pastor Brian Coldwell, chairman of the Independent Baptist Christian Education Society and pastor of New Testament Baptist Church. Non-compliance could see the schools lose their charter as well as millions of dollars in tax- funded revenues.....
Ohio Superintendent: 'I Will Question Homeschoolers as I See Fit'
An Ohio public school superintendent is insisting that he will continue to question homeschool parents after being advised by a legal group to restrict his inquiries to within what the law allows. After being requested by attorneys to limit his oversight of homeschooling students to what the law permits, District Superintendent David Hile reportedly did not appreciate.......
BBC: Glasgow University Archivists Find John Knox's Bible
Experts believe a unidentified bible held by Glasgow University may have belonged to John Knox - a founding father of the Protestant Reformation. The large Old Testament, which is printed in Hebrew and Latin, was published in 1546 in Switzerland...
Joe Carter: What You Should Know About Medical Marijuana 
This November four states—Arkansas, Florida, Montana, and North Dakota—will vote on legalizing medical marijuana. Here are some things you should know to navigate the public debate about the legalization of cannabis for medicinal purposes.....
Bryce Young: Can You Vote Your Conscience?
....Prior to revealing his own pick for president this past weekend, Ted Cruz famously charged voters to vote their conscience. “Vote your conscience” is not an unfamiliar phrase during election seasons. However, conscience is a biblical theme, and Christians should ask whether the common understanding of conscience in our society has become more in line with Disney’s Jiminy Cricket than with the word of God. When we open the Bible and ask what God has to say about it, we’ll soon find that your conscience, in fact, does not have a vote in this election....
Russell Moore: Four Ways To Discuss the 2016 Election With Your Kids 
Several years ago, I quipped before an audience, “Election years make people crazy.” And that was before I had any idea what was coming in 2016. For families with children, this election year brings unique challenges, since the campaign often feels like a reality show. How do we talk to our kids about what they are seeing and hearing all around them? Here are a few things we do.....
Deseret News: How Divorce Can Impact Religious Devotion
Americans raised by divorced parents are less likely to be religiously affiliated later in life, according to a new survey from PRRI and Religion News Service. The poll found that 35 percent of people raised in divorced homes were religiously unaffiliated later in life, compared to 23 percent of children who grew up in homes with married parents.....
Mark Minnick: Truth Through Personality (Part Two)
Of the second element in preaching, namely, the preacher’s personality, there are two or three fundamental things which I wish to say. The first is this, that the principle of personality once admitted involves the individuality of every preacher. The same considerations which make it good that the Gospel should not be written on the sky, or committed merely to an almost impersonal book, make it also most desirable that every preacher should utter the truth in his own way, and according to his own nature.....
Nancy Guthrie: Yes, You Should Say SomethingOvercoming Awkwardness with Grieving People 
....I explained to her that when someone you love has died, it’s as if a hurdle has been placed between you and every person you know, and that hurdle stays in place until your loss has been acknowledged in some way. It doesn’t have to be a grand gesture or a long conversation. It doesn’t matter if it’s been a while since the loved one died. It doesn’t have to be anything brilliant. .
Jared Bumpers: Slaying the Sin of Pride in the Pulpit
"Truth to tell, the pulpit is a perilous place for any child of Adam to occupy," wrote John Stott. Why? Because preachers are always tempted to use the pulpit for self-glorification and to draw attention to themselves rather than Christ. Indeed, as Stott went on to say, "Pride is without doubt the chief occupational hazard of the preacher." Every preacher must be aware of his temptation to seek his own glory and the praise of men rather than the glory of Christ and the approval of God....
J.D. Greear: What Is God Doing In My Pain?
Many of you have been in situations where you look at something in your life and wonder, “Is God even aware? What could he possibly be up to right now?” ....That’s the situation in 2 Kings 5, with the story of Naaman. Through this story of two sufferers—the powerful Naaman and a little girl—we see the answer to one of the biggest questions we all have: “What is God doing in my pain?”..
Tim Challies: The Beginner’s Guide to Conflict Resolution
One matter of continual concern to me is interpersonal conflict within the church. It’s not the existence or even the quantity of conflict, but the inability or unwillingness to deal with it when it arises, and this despite the Bible’s clear teaching that Christians are to resolve conflict and how Christians are to resolve conflict.....
Darling: Why We Keep Ministering in a City Haunted by Violence 
The numbers don’t lie: Chicago’s had a violent year. Last month, the Chicago Tribune reported that the city’s 2016 death toll of 487 was already on the verge of eclipsing last year’s, exceeding that of both New York and Los Angeles combined. In fact, August was the most violent month Chicago has seen in 20 years, marked by 78 homicides and more than 400 shootings. But numbers don’t tell the whole truth, either. For many who live outside the affected neighborhoods, Chicago’s troubles might be just another news story or political talking point. Those who live and do ministry in the city, though, can attest to the ways in which its people—and, of course, its churches—are working to build relationships, uplift communities, and restore peace.
Tom Ascol: Five Benefits of Regular Family Worship
Over the years I have asked groups of Christian adults how many of them grew up in homes where there was regular family worship. Early on it was rare to find people (typically of my generation or older) who answered affirmatively. In recent years the number of positive responses has increased dramatically—almost exclusively with younger generations of believers. This is a hopeful and encouraging indication of biblical reformation taking place. Regular family worship is valuable and brings many blessings to parents and children alike. Here are five benefits that I have observed....
Randy Alcorn: Sexual Abuse Is Horrible…But Some Accusations of Sexual Abuse Are False 
If I were a judge, there is no sin, no crime on the planet that would prompt me to act with more severe justice than the sexual abuse of children. I would also bring harsh judgment on those who covered up or conspired to cover-up the crime. BUT if I were that judge, I would need to hear all the evidence from both sides before coming to my conclusion. As difficult courtroom trials often demonstrate, all the opinions in the world of those who have not seen the evidence, or have seen only a part of it, in the end do not prove guilt or innocence.  ..
The 10 Questions Anyone Considering a Call to Ministry Must Answer
The call to ministry is indeed a subjective thing. We use phrases like “feeling called” and “sensing a call.” Sometimes we may talk about “discerning” a call or “wrestling with” a call. If you are in one of those categories of thinking, how can you get beyond such internal deliberation and get more objective about ministry aspirations? If you’re discerning a call to ministry, the following ten questions may help you re-locate a “gut feeling” to one of mind and heart. . ..
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Headlines & Articles — Thursday, September 29th, 2016
Richard N. Williams: A Victory for Science over Scientific Propaganda: A New Report on Sexuality and Gender
A rigorous new report finds that very little of contemporary “knowledge” in the area of 
human sexuality and gender is actually supported by strong scientific evidence.
The Fall 2016 edition of The New Atlantis: A Journal of Technology and Society consists of a careful analytical review of the scientific literature available across various disciplines on the topic of human sexuality and gender. The authors, Lawrence S. Mayer and Paul R. McHugh, are senior scholars with impeccable credentials and qualifications to undertake a major report such as this. The report takes a careful look at the literature and decides in an informed and straightforward way what the available science does and does not say—or, more precisely, what conclusions current science does or does not justify—about these important aspects of our humanity. Any reader will note that the report takes up some issues that lie close to the heart of contemporary discourse about sexual orientation and gender identity.  Cynical critics will probably try to dismiss it based on supposed ulterior motives. ..
UK Express: ISIS prepares for FINAL BATTLE: US Troops 3 MILES from Site of Ancient APOCALYPSE Prophecy
US special forces are encircling a jihadi stronghold in Syria claimed by ISIS to be in old Islamic prophecy as the site of the final battle - triggering the apocalypse. According to the extremist's twisted ideology, Dabiq - a tiny town in northern Syria - will see a "major apocalyptic showdown with the armies of the infidel" that will result in the collapse of civilization.....
The Christian Post: ISIS' Barbaric Executions Actually Mimic North Korea's Public Killing of Christians?
While much in the international news today is dominated by the utter barbarity and heinousness in how the Islamic State tortures and executes its victims, a look back in history shows that it's possible the jihadis have taken pages from the torturous playbook of the authoritarian North Korean government....
Netanyahu Mourns Loss of Peres as Israel Bids Farewell To a Founding Father
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife expressed their condolences early Wednesday morning at the passing of Israel’s ninth president and internationally cherished diplomat emeritus Shimon Peres. Few are the people in Israel's history who have done as much for the state and the Jewish people as Shimon Peres, Netanyahu said in a statement released just before a special cabinet meeting he is convening to honor the former president.....
Hillary Failed To Take Highest Security Training At State Dept In 2009
Hillary Clinton failed to complete the highest level of security training mandated by the Department of State for the proper handling of the government’s most secret documents when she entered the department in 2009, according to documents obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation under the Freedom of Information Act. ....
Three-Parent Baby: Life-Saving Strategy or Playing God?
In what appears to be a groundbreaking event, a baby with three genetic parents was born healthy six months ago and is still doing fine. The child was conceived using in vitro fertilization, or IVF, in Mexico. The three-parent procedure is illegal in the United States. ....
John Stonestreet: The Late, Great Stem Cell Debate Why Pro-Lifers Were Right All Along
The biggest ethical and scientific debate of the early 2000s has all but disappeared. And we need to tell people why. Some issues in presidential politics have staying power. Twelve years ago, everyone was talking about immigration, abortion, and terrorism. Today, everyone is still talking about immigration, abortion, and terrorism. But another issue that gripped the public and had candidates debating  then has been all but forgotten today: embryonic stem cell research.....
Michael Snyder: A Spirit Of Violence Rises In America Following The Unveiling Of The ‘Harbinger Of Baal’ In New York
Is it just a coincidence that we have seen violence erupt all over America since the unveiling of the arch that served as a gateway to the Temple of Baal in New York City on September 19th? First there were the terror attacks in New York, New Jersey and Minnesota, then there were the unprecedented riots in Charlotte, and over the weekend there was a horrific mass shooting near Seattle. All of these events took place within a week after the Arch of Triumph was put up in New York. ....
Mark Minnick: Truth Through Personality (Part One)
....What, then, is preaching, of which we are to speak? Preaching is the communication of truth by man to men. It has in it two essential elements, truth and personality. Neither of those can it spare and still be preaching...
CBN News: Americans Split Over Religious Liberty
A new Pew Research Center survey reveals that Americans are more divided over gay marriage and transgender bathroom issues than once thought. The report shows that while two-thirds of Americans believe businesses should be required to provide birth control despite religious objections, they are not so sure about two other issues. "Americans are more closely divided on two other hotly debated questions: whether businesses should be able to refuse service to same-sex couples, and whether trans-gender people should be required to use particular restrooms." the Pew report says.  Americans virtually split evenly on these issues. .
The Trump Phenomenon and the Decline of American Politics
No American politician is ever as great as his most ardent adulators say or as bad as his most vitriolic detractors say. Still, Trump’s rise reveals a certain lowering of standards not only among the voters who support him but also in the elites who oppose him...
David R. Brumbelow: John Calvin Killing Servetus
 John Calvin (AD 1509-1564), namesake of the Calvinists of today, is a hero to many.  His books are often recommended and referenced.  He was a leader in the Protestant Reformation.   But Calvin had a dark side.  Part of that dark side was absolutely denying freedom of speech and religious liberty.  On October 27, 1553, John Calvin had Michael Servetus (c. 1509-1553) mercilessly burned to death.  Why?  Because Servetus disagreed with Calvin’s beliefs. ....
Headlines & Articles — Wednesday, September 28th, 2016
UK Express: Warning of Rare BLACK MOON: Astrological Event To Herald 
'End of Days' and Second Coming***
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On Friday September 30, a rare Black Moon will occur, which many are linking to the apocalypse.  The spectacular Black Moon occurs when the illuminated side of the moon is caught in the shadow of the Earth, making it virtually impossible to see.  The phenomenon happens roughly every 32 months, but this one holds special significance due to other universal activity this month. The first day of September brought with it a ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse – where the moon falls in line with the Earth and the sun above Africa, making it appear as if the sun had darkened. This, coupled with the Black Moon, has got many fearing the worst......
CBN News: Rabbi Jonathan Cahn 
Warns America on Temple of Ba'al
Well-known Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn is speaking out against a replica of the entrance to the Temple of Ba'al placed in New York City earlier this month. "Another harbinger has appeared in the land -- and this one in New York City," Cahn wrote in an article published at WND. "In the last days of ancient Israel, warnings, prophetic signs and harbingers appeared in the land, foreshadowing the judgment to come. The nation ignored these harbingers and headed to destruction." Cahn went on to write that Israel's rebellion against God was connected to the god, Ba'al. "Ba'al was the god to whom they sacrificed their children, before whom they practiced sexual immorality and called good 'evil' and evil 'good,'" he continued. "Baal was the god in whose name Israel persecuted the prophets and the righteous of their day." ...According to Gothamist, the entryway unveiled in City Hall Park is a replica of the......
Mark H. Creech: Hillary Clinton and Donald TrumpWhat Our Dishonest Politicians Remind Us About Hell
There has always been a deficit in the trust factor between the American people and politicians. According to recent Gallup polling, however, trust in political leaders is at its lowest point since 2004 — down 20 percentage points.  In polling provided by Gallup as late as Friday, September 23rd, "Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump continue to struggle to overcome Americans' perceptions of their lack of honesty. Only "[a]bout a third of U.S. voters are willing to say that the terms 'honest and trustworthy' apply to either Clinton or to Trump."....
Sanhedrin Revives 2,000-Year-Old Blessing for Counting of Jubilee Year
Unbeknownst to all but a few witnesses, as Rosh Hashana ended eleven months ago, the nascent Sanhedrin concluded months of deliberation by ruling that certain conditions had been met requiring the Nation of Israel to begin counting the Jubilee cycle. Rabbi Avraham Dov Ben Shor recited the blessing and the 49-year cycle began again. ....
UK Telegraph: A Surge In Satanism, Black Magic...
In the US, over the past 10 years, the number of official priest exorcists has more than quadrupled from 12 to 50. But for two of America’s most active exorcists – Father Gary Thomas, whose training in Rome was chronicled in Matt Baglio's book The Rite: The Making of a Modern Exorcist, and Father Vincent Lampert, whose work was depicted on Paranormal Witness – it is an ongoing struggle to keep up with the demand. ...
Walmart Apologizes for Refusing to Make Police Officer’s Cake
Walmart is apologizing for refusing to make a police officer’s retirement cake last week after an employee told the cop’s daughter that her “thin blue line” cake design might be considered racist. The police officer’s daughter, who has remained anonymous, told........
Jerusalem Post: After Historic Gas Deal With Jordan, Israel Looking to Build Cyprus, Greece Pipeline
After signing a massive gas deal with Jordan, Israel is now looking to lay a pipeline to Cyprus and Greece, so Israeli gas can be exported there and to other European countries, National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Minister Yuval Steinitz said Tuesday. Steinitz made the remarks while speaking to reporters before the weekly cabinet meeting... ....
A Christian School is Suing for their Right to Pray
"We were really excited to play in the championship game," Jacon Enns, Cambridge Christian School football team kicker, said. "But then we showed up and they wouldn't let us pray. It's been our tradition ever since I've been on the team, and our tradition was ruined. It made me wonder, 'Is it wrong to pray?'" Enns is referring to what happened when the Florida High School.......
World Mag: Scholars Unwrap Ancient Biblical Text
When archeologists in the 1970s found a charred scroll in the Holy Ark in the Synagogue of Ein Gedi, an ancient Hebrew town burned in A.D. 600, they never imagined they might be able to read it. But recent advancements in non-invasive imaging and even newer processing software allowed an international team of experts to “unwrap” five damaged, but legible layers of the.....
One News Now: Still Twisting Arms for 'Tolerance' In North Carolina
Dozens of investors are calling on North Carolina to change its so-called bathroom law but the state's governor calls that hypocritical.  Sixty investors, reportedly representing $2.1 trillion in managed assets, called on North Carolina to change a state law that requires people to use public bathrooms for the gender on their birth certificate.....
The First Country to Officially Defend Christians Persecuted by ISIS
This week, Hungary, which has during the past year come under pressure for its handling of Europe’s mass migration crisis, has become the first government to open an office specifically to address the persecution of Christians in the Middle East and Europe.....
First Transgender Child TV Actor to Appear on ABC's 'Modern Family'
The first openly transgender child actor is set to feature in an upcoming episode for ABC's "Modern Family," according to reports.....
Christianity Today: 'Church Hurt' as a Barrier to Evangelism
Methods of evangelism have changed over the years.  But there remains an often overlooked group of ‘unreached’ people who desperately need the gospel. This group consists of men and women who have experienced deep levels of church hurt....
Mohler: For the Bible Tells Me SoBiblical Authority Denied…Again
A true defense of the Christian faith has never been more needed than now, but an attempt to rescue Christianity from its dependence upon Scripture is doomed to disaster.
“Jesus loves me — this I know, for the Bible tells me so.” This is a childish error? Evan- gelical Christianity has a big problem, says Andy Stanley, and that problem is a reliance on the Bible that is both unwarranted and unhelpful. In a recent message delivered at North Point Community Church and posted online, Stanley identifies the evangelical impulse to turn to the Bible in our defense and presentation of Christianity as a huge blunder that must be corrected.....
John Stonestreet: More Proof Faith Is Good for America
Guess who has the world's 15th largest economy, right between Russia and Australia? American religion. Yep...Published in the Interdisciplinary Journal of Research in Religion, the study quantifies that "religion in the United States today contributes $1.2 trillion each year to our economy and society." That's "trillion" with a "tr," or "more than the top ten tech companies combined — including Google, Apple, & Amazon."..
Sarah Rainer: Seven Tips to Address Mental Health Issues in the Church
One in five people in your church will suffer from mental illness in their lifetime. You will have few people who have not been directly or indirectly impacted by mental health issues. With so many individuals impacted, church leaders need basic knowledge to handle these issues effectively. Church leaders do not need to be experts in psychological functioning, but they do need some basic knowledge in order to offer support to individuals struggling in the church. Here are seven basic pointers that every church leader should consider....

Robert G.

Payday Someday    I Kng 21:18,19,23  Mat 10:28
Is Hell a Myth?      Mat. 10:28
Prepare To Meet Thy God    Amos 4:12
The Meaning of Christmas    Luke 1:78
Ichabod: Goodbye To Glory     1 Sam. 4:18-22

Billy Sunday
Broken Down Altars    1 Kng 18:30
Show Thyself a Man     1 Kng 2:2
The Devil's Boomerangs     Ecc 11:9
Teach Us To Pray      Luk 11:1
The Blood of Jesus Christ    Heb 9:13-14

Charles H.
I Would, But Ye Would Not!    Mat 23:37
Open House For All Comers   Luke 15:2
Why Some Seekers Are Not Saved   Is 59:1-2
Fathers in Christ    1 Jn 2:13,14
The Fatherhood of God     Mat 6:9
The Drawings of Divine Love    Jn 6:44-45
The Saint's Horror at the Sinner's Hell   Ps 26:9

D. Marytn

A Living Hope of the Hereafter    I Peter 1:3-5
Faith On Trial   Psalm 73:1-2
The Christian & the Non-Christian   Eph. 4:20
The Breadth, Length, Depth, Height of God's Love
God Or Mammon    Matt. 6:19-24

T. DeWitt Talmage
The Laughter of the Bible    Psalm 126:2  2:4
The Power of Kindness    Prov. 15:15
Windows Opened Toward Jerusalem   Dan 6:10
The Ministry of Tears    Rev 7:17
The Spider in Palaces    Pro 30:28

G. Campbell
Christ's Call To Courage    Matt. 9:2, 22
The Optimism of Faith    Heb. 11:1
Christ's Vision of Jerusalem    Luke 9:51
As An Eagle...The Lord Did Lead    Deut. 32:11-12
How To Succeed In Life    Prov. 3:6

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