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Six Flawed Reasons Christians are Defending Josh Duggar

Once again it seems I find myself spinning in a vortex of sorts. A whirlwind Christian onslaught of defense for yet another child predator. This time the abuser is a public figure, someone who has convinced a large majority of the religious population that he is holy and righteous because he plays that on TV. 2,009 more words

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Since I am Dying...

A letter to my family

There’s a few things I want to tell different ones I love since I am dying.  I won’t name names, because the glory is not in the person, but the way God works in others through our lives.  6,273 more words

Josh Duggar Withdraws From Teaching Them Diligently Convention

By R.L. Stollar, HA Community Coordinator

In the wake of public revelations that he was reported for child sexual abuse, Josh Duggar has withdrawn from speaking at an upcoming Teaching Them Diligently (TTD) homeschool convention. 588 more words

Duggar Family

Ray Comfort Threatens to Stop Watching TLC After Network Drops Duggars

By R.L. Stollar, HA Community Coordinator

Ray Comfort, the New Zealand Christian evangelist who famously encouraged Kirk Cameron to become an evangelist as well, has come to the defense of Josh Duggar, the oldest son of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar who was  116 more words

Child Abuse

If You Died Today, Do You Know Where You Will Spend Eternity?

Just a quick post today, but I enjoy reading Ray Comfort and following his ministry because it gives me ideas on how to talk to people about the Gospel of Jesus Christ.   81 more words

Richies Top Podcast

Favorite Podcast would be The Gospel Friends podcast. It’s not your average christian podcast, but in a good way.

Length: Very long podcast, so to listen to all in one setting be sure to have plenty of free time. 232 more words

Judgment

Nobody likes the word. “Judgment”. I’ve heard the phrase many times. “Don’t judge me!”

the phrase denotes the belief that there is no absolute standard of right and wrong, that all things are subjective. 2,246 more words

Apologetics