1. Craig Bartholomew - Page Lecture Series - The Land of Their Great Desire


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    Delivering his two part lecture during Southeastern's annual Page Lecture Series, Craig Bartholomew speaks on the topic of "Desire and Violence: Rene Girard, the Tenth Commandment, and the Good Neighborhood of Proverbs."

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    • Does American Christianity correctly understand heaven?


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      Ken Wytsma, President of Kilns College and Pastor of Antioch Church in Bend, OR, answers a question about N.T. Wright and American Christianity http://askquestions.tv

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      • Hope for a Doomed Nation


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        Scripture: Selected Scriptures Date Preached: May 24, 2015 I have some things on my heart that I want to say to you as your pastor with regard to the nation in which we live. And as I think about Memorial Day and all that’s been sacrificed through the years to give us our freedom, and as we watch those things that we love and those freedoms that have been purchased for us at the price of blood beginning to disappear, and things changing dramatically, it’s important for us to have a perspective that is biblical and God-honoring. And it is this: the Bible presents the truth that the human heart is deeply embedded with wickedness and corruption. All are sinners. All fall short of the glory of God, we know that. Man is evil, not only in his behavior; he’s evil in his thinking, he’s evil in his intension. Every part of him is infected with evil. He is evil to the core. He is desperately wicked – to borrow the language of Jeremiah. He is characterized by sin, iniquity, and transgression; and nothing he does pleases God. This is the biblical definition of the human condition…

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        • 3 Persistent Forces


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          Please open your Bible to Acts 5:17-42 and see the three persistent forces that are at work in our world today. This message was given at Open Door on March 4, 2012. For more info please visit www.open-door.tv.

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          • Radio Free Babylon :30 Promo


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            Just a rapid-fire series of images from the RFB blog and website set to the infectious groove of a classic.

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            • Symposium 2012 - Worship Practices in the Hispanic Culture (Session 2)


              from Calvin Worship Institute Added 91 1 0

              We will explore some of the distinctiveness of worship in Hispanic Churches in USA. There will be a discussion of the characteristics of the Latino culture and its implications on the way worship is conducted in these communities. The concept of Hispanic worship as “fiesta” and in “exile” will be explored as well as bilingual and multicultural issues. Practical ideas on how to minister effectively in cross-cultural contexts will be also presented. Session 1 (Friday, January 28, 2012) - http://worship.calvin.edu/resources/resource-library/symposium-2012-worship-practices-in-the-hispanic-culture-session-1/ Session 2 (Saturday, January 28, 2012) - http://worship.calvin.edu/resources/resource-library/symposium-2012-worship-practices-in-the-hispanic-culture-session-2/

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              • The Fear of The Lord and The Titanic of American Christianity


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                A sermon given by Jason Arnold of T.G.R. Missionary Society on 4/15/2012. (The 100 Year Anniversary of the Sinking of the Titanic.)

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                • The Reluctant Missionary


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                  Dave Burns has lived and served among the indigenous Mayan people for the past 7 years. His unique perspective and work has earned him the opportunity to offer important challenges to Christians living in America today.

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                  • Will Indiana's "Religious Freedom" Bills Backfire?


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                    This is the second video for the “Religious Freedom Farce” campaign for Truth Wins Out. It highlights the real-world consequences of laws that purport to protect religious liberty, when in reality they only promote exclusion. In our new video, we show how such laws can open a can of worms and backfire on the “Christian” sponsors of such bills. “If LGBT people can be discriminated against based on faith, so can Christians,” said Truth Wins Out Executive Director Wayne Besen. “There are millions of Americans who are not Christian and may abuse these laws to exclude people based on their Christian beliefs. This, of course, would be unacceptable and wrong, but one of the many unintended consequences of these divisive laws that promote prejudice.” In our latest ad, a gay man who runs a theater company forbids a Christian from buying tickets to a show after he sees a cross hanging from his neck. Citing the “Church of Harvey Fierstein,” he directs the Christian to go to a theater that shows “Passion of the Christ.” This is a plausible example of what could occur under such ridiculous bills that allow the gutting of anti-discrimination laws based on declarations of “sincere” faith. The video dramatization was created for Truth Wins Out by Chicago-based performance artist Eric Clements and filmmaker Ben Nissen. “We are actually putting judges in the untenable position of deciding whose faith is sincere and whose is not,” said Truth Wins Out’s Executive Director Wayne Besen. “These laws also violate separation of church and state, because courts will be required to decide which religions are real and which are concocted for the sole purpose of discrimination. But doesn’t that unconstitutionally create ‘acceptable’ state sponsored religions, while others are decaled officially unacceptable?” The first ad in our campaign, “Religious Freedom Café,” takes these “religious freedom” bills to their logical conclusion. It focuses on an African American man who is told to leave a restaurant because serving black people is against the owner’s religious beliefs.

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