Click below for the trailer of a great new documentary that takes on “cessationism,” the belief that the miraculous gifts of the New Testament have ceased happening. But have they? Pentecostals say no; most Reformed denominations says yes…. though we also acknowledge that God still performs miracles today (and, in fact, we regularly ask Him to miraculously intercede). This will be available for streaming on Sept 22.
Talking to someone else about our problems is powerful. But secular psychology can only aim to answer, “What’s going on inside of me?” and can’t point us outward, to the God who made us.
Axis is a Christian organization that specializes in resources meant to take a parent from knowing nothing about a new technology, app, or cultural trend to knowing enough that they can talk knowledgeably about it with their teenagers. And they manage this in a guide that takes just 10 to 15 minutes to read. Check out their TikTok guide in article form by clicking above or read it as a pdf booklet here.
This says less than it might first seem to: 1,600 is a large number, but not compared with all the scientists who haven’t backed this petition (or, at least, not backed it yet). Also, how many of them even have expertise in this field?
But what the 1,600+ do offer, and the two Nobel Laureates as well, is a good counter to the notion that the “debate is over” and that only the uneducated could think different.
“What I have learned from about twenty years of serious reading is this: sentences change my life, not books. What changes my life is some new glimpse of truth, some powerful challenge, some resolution to a long-standing dilemma, and these usually come concentrated in a sentence or two. I do not remember 99 percent of what I read, but if the 1 percent of each book or article I do remember is a life-changing insight, then I don’t begrudge the 99 percent.”
This is the winning performance from last month’s yo-yo world championships. This below is Division 1A where they use a long string. For 4 more division champions – including one where the yo-yo isn’t even attached to the string! – check out the article linked in the title above.