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The State of Theology 2014

It is Ligonier’s desire to serve the church in fulfilling the Great Commission. This survey has helped to point out common gaps in theological knowledge and awareness so that Christians might be more effective in the proclamation, teaching, and defense of the essential truths of the Christian faith.

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The Optimistic GOP Story Everyone Is Missing

The vast majority of political journalists — and I include some of my conservative colleagues — are missing a very big story. The Republicans are going to recapture the Senate, picking up more seats than most any forecaster expects. And the House GOP is going to add to its majority. But then comes the big story: The beginning of a new conservative revolution.

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Seminary to Adjust Bylaws to Allow for ‘Flexibility’ in Admitting Non-Christian Students

A Texas theological seminary, which trains Christian men for ministry, has announced that it will adjust its bylaws to allow for greater “flexibility” in the admittance of non-Christian students following controversy surrounding the enrollment of a Muslim man. As previously reported, the controversy erupted in June of this year when it was discovered that Ghassan Nagagren, a Palestinian Muslim, had completed his first year of studies at the Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary in his pursuit of a doctorate in archaeology.

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Man Says Satan Told Him to Smash, Urinate On Oklahoma Ten Commandments Monument

A man who smashed a controversial Ten Commandments monument this week and urinated on the display explained to investigators on Friday that Satan told him to do it. Michael Reed, Jr., 29, drove his car into the monument, located near the state capitol building late Thursday, and then walked into the federal building Friday morning and began making threats to kill Barack Obama. He also advised officials that he had drove his car into the Ten Commandments display the night before.

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Abortions for 14-year-olds without parental consent? Fred Duval’s breathtaking attack on the family

Our children are precious. This is a simple truth that anyone of science, faith or political persuasion – or has even simply cared for a child in any capacity – can agree with. From the minute they are conceived, to their first words and steps, to their first day of school, and all the way up to the day they leave home and beyond, we as parents and guardians treasure each moment as we watch them grow. We keep watch over them, protect them and pray that they will be shielded from as many bumps as possible as they embark upon life’s journey. Sometimes, however, a child’s path takes unexpected and unfortunate twists and turns. When these events occur, it is most important that the family be empowered as a child’s first responder. With compassion, the power of love, and above all, God’s grace, the family can come together and work through such challenges to provide the greatest benefit to the child. This is our solemn duty. We have an obligation to ourselves, to each other and to our children’s future to carry out this duty.

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It’s Official: Ebola’s In NYC

Dr. Craig Spencer tested positive for the Ebola virus on Thursday evening, making him the first diagnosed case in New York City. Spencer was rushed to Bellevue Hospital in an ambulance staffed by workers with hazmat gear on Thursday and has been put in isolation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention conducted a preliminary test for Ebola Thursday evening that came back positive. The physician came down with a fever of 103 degrees and gastrointestinal symptoms on Thursday morning, indicating that it’s possible that he was somewhat symptomatic and able to spread the disease while he was travelling the night before.

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Barack Obama, Bewildered Bystander

The president is upset. Very upset. Frustrated and angry. Seething about the government’s handling of Ebola, said the front-page headline in the New York Times last Saturday. There’s only one problem with this pose, so obligingly transcribed for him by the Times. It’s his government. He’s president. Has been for almost six years. Yet Barack Obama reflexively insists on playing the shocked outsider when something goes wrong within his own administration.

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Pennsylvania’s Largest Obamacare Insurer Hiking Premiums

Now Pennsylvania’s largest health insurer is reporting that it’s hiking premiums for individual Obamacare policies by double digits in 2015. Highmark Inc., Pennsylvania’s Blue Cross Blue Shield insurer, is requesting to increase its prices for 180,000 people in the fall. They’ve requested increases of between 13.4 percent and 15 percent, according to Pennsylvania’s Trib Live. (RELATED: Biggest North Carolina Insurer Ups Obamacare Premiums By Double-Digits) The Pennsylvania state insurance department reviews health insurance rate increases above 10 percent. So far, Geisinger Health is looking to hike prices between 14.8 percent and 19.4 percent and Independence Blue Cross is asking for a 14.9 percent boost. Aetna and UPMC Helath Plan do not have any public filings.

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ISIS Sells Thousands of Women for $10 and Feminists are Worried About $10 Birth Control

Penny Nance, the pro-life advocate who is the head of Concerned Women for America, write an excellent article today that blows away the phony baloney war on women mantra abortion activists are using against pro-life candidates and pro-life groups. She puts the entire debate in context about how pro-abortion feminists are up in arms over having to pay $10 for birth control while they ignore how ISIS is selling thousands of women for $10 each.

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Cook County Voting Machine Casts GOP Candidate’s Vote for His Dem Opponent

Admitting his confidence in Cook County ballot integrity is shaken, State Representative Candidate Jim Moynihan (R-56), was shocked today when he tried to cast a vote for himself and the voting machine cast it for his opponent instead. “While early voting at the Schaumburg Public Library today, I tried to cast a vote for myself and instead it cast the vote for my opponent,” said Moynihan. “You could imagine my surprise as the same thing happened with a number of races when I tried to vote for a Republican and the machine registered a vote for a Democrat.”

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