1. I See

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    from Stephen Nichols / Added

    A government conspiracy obsessed man, Matthew, believes that “someone” has been on his computer. Was it the N.S.A.? His beleaguered wife, Karen? Based on the computer search history, can even she be trusted? Karen tries to convince Matthew to abandon his insane behavior and salvage their life. But just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you.

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    • Questions and Answers #2 — Overcoming the World: 2014 National Conference

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      During our 2014 National Conference (http://www.ligonier.org/learn/conferences/overcoming-the-world-2014-national-conference/) Voddie Baucham, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, R.C. Sproul Jr., and Derek Thomas answered questions ranging from how God views the elect before they are saved, defining a Reformed view of speaking in tongues, and how to know if we’ve truly “repented enough.” Questions: 1. Athanasius confronted the issue of the deity of Christ. What is the strongest enemy the church faces today? (00:10) 2. If God wants us to spend all eternity with Him, why didn’t He just put us with Him from the beginning? (08:43) 3. How do we deal with knowing some of our loved ones may be headed to perdition? (11:29) 4. Since we are chosen before the foundation of the world, how does God view us before we are born again? (15:30) 5. Dr. Baucham, you said that you had overcome numerous struggles as a married adult man due to not having your father around when younger. I can relate. Can you talk about this a bit? (16:42) 6. I am trying to reconcile the death of my son. How do I deal with my anger against God experienced as I am in this dark time? (20:08) 7. Since God is slow to anger and patient, why, when man first sinned, was His wrath and punishment so severe? (23:19) 8. What is the minimal amount of gospel truth that must be believed to be saved? (25:43) 9. How can we overcome the view that the OT portrays an unloving and ungracious God? (29:25) 10. Can you discuss the relationship between God’s sovereignty in salvation and man’s responsibility? (33:30) 11. What is the balance between standing for truth and maintaining the unity of the Spirit? (34:08) 12. About Luther’s anti-Semitism seen in his writings—How can these attitudes and actions of the father of the Reformation be justified? (38:26) 13. What is the Reformed view of speaking in tongues? (43:20) 14. Given that we are not of the world, but sent into the world, what should our political involvement be, particularly for moral issues? (46:22) 15. I have a friend who says she is saved but has no need for the church. How can I help her return to church? (49:00) 16. How can pastors encourage their flocks to engage the world in the most effective way in the public square? (52:04) 17. Is repentance more than a change of mind? How can I know that I’ve repented enough? (53:52) Note: Answers given during Questions and Answers sessions reflect the views of the individual speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Dr. R.C. Sproul and Ligonier Ministries. Here is our Statement of Faith: http://www.ligonier.org/about/who-we-are/what-we-believe/

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      • Christology: The Person & Work of Christ

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        During a special panel discussion at the 2013 PCA General Assembly, Drs. Ligon Duncan, Sinclair Ferguson, Robert Godfrey, Stephen Nichols, Richard Pratt, and R.C. Sproul considered the role of biblical and Reformed Christology in the twenty-first century. They discussed the person and work of Christ in relation to the ministry of the church in the United States and around the world; how to defend and proclaim orthodox Christology in the context of secularization and Islamization; and several other topics. More information: http://www.ligonier.org/blog/special-panel-discussion-christology/

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        • GettheDime-Trailer

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          Julius (Daniel Bess) is on top of the world and at the top of his game, having just landed a major film role. Accustomed to winning at any cost, Julius urges the film’s writer, Charles (Jonathan Stockwell Baker), to help him do “research.” Charles reluctantly agrees and Julius dives into his role at a dangerous Los Angeles drag club. While researching his character, he has a life altering experience and learns, firsthand, how vulnerable a woman can be in a man’s world. This is a film written and directed by Stephen Nichols, based on a real incident in his life as a young actor.

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          • Summer Dregs - A (Official Music Video)

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            2,640 Plays / / 4 Comments

            http://www.myspace.com/summerdregs http://www.facebook.com/SummerDregs?ref=ts "All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players" - William Shakespeare "As You Like It" (Act II, Scene VII) Concept: Grant Withington Written, Produced, Directed, and Edited by Grant Withington and Ben Withington Director of Photography: Ben Withington Post color editing: Ben Withington and Caitlin Zerressen Cast: Michael Johnson and Molly Manning Song written and performed by Carl Cadwell and Stephen Nichols Camera List (A) Canon 7D (Ben Withington) (B) Panasonic HVX-200 (Grant Withington) (C) Canon Vixia HV30 (Michael Johnson) (D) Canon Rebel XTi (Molly Manning) (E) Panasonic 3CCD Mega OIS (Will Lutz) (F) Canon XL2 (Josh Kring) (G) Canon Vixia HV40 (Nick Jenkins) (H) Panasonic HVX-200 (Joel White) (I) Sony HDR FX1 (Mia Bergeron) (J) Canon GL2 (Emily Bowman) (K) Canon Rebel T2i (Tim Cofield) (L) Canon Vixia HFM30 (Ginny Somerville) (M) Panasonic PV-GS120 (Drew Belz) (N) Nikon Coolpix P90 (Michael Mahaffey) (O) Canon ZR900 (Katie Jenkins) (P) Sony DCR-TRV17 (Daniel Coulbourne) (Q) Sony DCR-HC32 (Dave Hess) (R) Sony DCR-TRV530 D8 (Lewis Oehmig) (S) Canon 7D (Matt Katzenberger) (T) Sony DCR-SR45 HD (Jenn Kring) (U) Canon 5D Mark II (Chris Thornton) (V) Sony DCR-HC52 (Veronique Bergeron) (W) Nikon D5000 (Jessica McGhee) (X) Panasonic SDR-S26 (Phillip Johnston) (Y) Sony DCR-DVD305 (Geneva Stegall) (Z) Canon 7D (Isaiah Smallman) Cameras generously provided by: Drew Belz Emily Bowman Tim Cofield Covenant College Communications Department Covenant College Film Club CreateHere Josh Green Cornelius Hegeman Will Jackson Josh Kring Will Lutz Jessica McGhee Lewis Oehmig Ryan Sandidge Ginny Somerville Melinda Taylor Chris Thornton Joel White Casey Yoshida Special Thanks: Drew Belz Bluto Covenant College Film Club CreateHere Chris Ealy Tad Evearitt Autumn Kring Lavender Kring Josh McManus Melinda Taylor and all of our E - Z camera operators!

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