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Monday, November 23, 2020

DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 12:51): ────────────────── Big Wins for Religious Liberty in Florida and the Sanctity of … more

Government should not slash Britain's aid budget - Welby

The Archbishop of Canterbury has appealed to the Government not to cut billions from Britain's international development budget. more

Archbishop of Canterbury to take three-month sabbatical

Justin Welby said sabbatical was a reminder that "no minister is indispensable to the work of God". more

Jesus Touches the Untouchables

I wonder ... about the man who felt Jesus' compassionate touch. He makes one appearance, has one request, and receives one touch. But that one touch changed his life forever ... The post Jesus … more

Seeing Like Jesus

Even Christians with dedicated “world vision” grow weary of the world’s needs. We quickly turn the magazine pages so as not to gaze too long on the sad face of yet another child with a … more

God Delights in Every Detail of Your Life - iBelieve Truth: A Devotional for Women - November 23

If my daughter had focused on what pain her tomorrows would bring, she might not have held my hands and taken her first steps. more

Is The Coronavirus Evidence of a Creation in Freefall?

How does theology explain a pandemic? Basic biology, human sin, or the Devil? more

How Racial Trauma Works

Jim Davis and guest co-host Justin Holcomb talk with Sheila Wise Rowe about racial trauma, its effects, and how to bring healing. more

Has Cognitive Science Explained (Away) God?

We’ve all heard science makes God obsolete. But it’s not true. more

Should We Anoint the Sick with Oil (James 5:14–15)?

Anointing the sick with oil may feel weird, but faithful theology isn’t about following our feelings. more

35 Best Thanksgiving Bible Verses for Giving Thanks to God

35 Best Thanksgiving Bible Verses for Giving Thanks to God more

2020 Has Felt Like Advent All Year

Between the pandemic, struggling economy, civil unrest, racial injustice, a noisy election, and more, 2020 has primed us for the ache of Advent. more

Bible News Roundup – Week of November 22, 2020

[Return daily during the coming week for updates] Support Bible Gateway—Find the Resources You Need At: ⇨ FaithGateway Store ⇨ Order Resources in Bulk At: ⇨ ChurchSource … more

One statue that shouldn't be torn down is that commemorating Lord Shaftesbury

During an age where we topple statues rather than erect them, one man who we can only respect is Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury. more

Christian forced marriage victim appeals to Boris Johnson for help

A Pakistani Christian girl who fled the home of a Muslim man she was forced to marry is pleading with Boris Johnson to help her. more

Logos Tech Tip: Start Your Study in the New Factbook

Ever come across a cross-reference and wanted to see at a glance how it relates to the passage you’re studying? Or filter the Proverbs based on the type of advice the writer is giving, and to whom … more

Report: Search finds $700,000 in cash at suspended Vatican official’s home...

Police have found hundreds of thousands of euros in cash hidden in two homes of a suspended Vatican official under investigation for corruption, according to Italian media reports. more

Vatican investigating after social media team “likes” a racy picture of a lingerie-clad model — on the Pope’s official Instagram account...

The Vatican is investigating usage of the papal Instagram account after Pope Francis’ official page liked a racy picture of a scantily-clad model. The picture “liked” by Pope Francis’ … more

Don’t fall for the Straw Pope fallacy...

What I call the Straw Pope Fallacy is a variation of the famous Straw Man Fallacy that is applied to the pope. The Straw Man Fallacy occurs when a person critiques an inaccurate version of … more

McCarrick wanted this note from Cardinal Ratzinger kept secret — but with pro-abortion Biden’s election, it’s as relevant as ever...

We are back in 2008, and for two years Cardinal McCarrick has no longer been archbishop of Washington. He has resigned “spontaneously,” in reality under pressure from Benedict XVI, who has also … more
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