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CT’s Top 20 News Stories of 2018
« Reply #1112 on: December 24, 2018, 12:00:10 AM »

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CT’s Top 20 News Stories of 2018

Tyndale sues the boy who didn't come back from heaven, Bethel Church survives the Redding Carr Fire, and the Nobel Peace Prize goes to a Christian doctor who heals rape victims.


Here are the top religion news stories CT reported this past year, ranked in reverse order by which ones readers read most. Many of the topics contain additional coverage, which can be accessed by clicking individual articles.

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Melancholy Angels
« Reply #1113 on: December 25, 2018, 12:00:08 AM »
Melancholy Angels

God’s messengers can be both bombastic and surprisingly subdued.


In my years of writing, I’ve not paid much attention to angels. I’ve never knowingly encountered one—knowingly, I say, for how could I tell for certain? Supernatural go-betweens, angels operate in the invisible world, rarely revealing themselves to those of us who occupy the material world.


I think of angels as something like the dark matter that physicists are still trying to understand. Our familiar world of matter—the Earth, stars and planets, everything that we can see—represents only 5 percent of the universe. Dark matter, which doesn’t interact with “normal” matter, comprises some 27 percent, according to the latest estimates. We know dark matter exists due to its effect on gravitation but can’t easily detect it since it doesn’t absorb, reflect, or emit light.


Evidently angels have the ability to cross over between darkness and light, spanning the invisible and the visible worlds. They may act in subtle ways, through dreams, whispers, and mysterious coincidences—witness the many accounts of “guardian angel” experiences. Or, as in the Bible accounts, they may manifest themselves so dramatically that they must begin with the words “Fear not!”


As Christmas approaches, you can’t avoid angels. They turn up in such places as Christmas carols in the mall, greeting cards, wrapping paper, Nativity sets, and the tops of decorated trees. These cute, cuddly depictions have little in common with the angels of the Old Testament, who often came as warriors to dispense judgment.


Puzzled by this abrupt change in style, during Advent I took a closer look at the dozen accounts of angels in the four Gospels.


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O Come, Ye Gazan Christians, to Bethlehem
« Reply #1114 on: December 26, 2018, 12:00:11 AM »
O Come, Ye Gazan Christians, to Bethlehem

Israeli policy holds up Christmas travel plans for believers in the Palestinian strip.


Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity has restored its sparkling mosaics and marble columns to their original glory for the first time in 600 years.


“It has become such a beautiful church,” Ziad al-Bandak, head of the local project committee of Christian leaders, told the AP. “Every Christian in the world would love to see it now.”


Palestinian Mayor Anton Salman expects 1.2 million tourists will make their way to Christ’s birthplace this year. Among them, following an Israeli reversal, will be those who most long to visit for Christmas—the Christians of the Gaza Strip.


“In Gaza, they talk about the West Bank as if it is heaven,” said Hanna Maher, Egyptian pastor of the Gaza Baptist Church. “People love to go for Christmas; there are so many churches.”


In Gaza, there are three. According to the 2017 census, 47,000 Christians live in the Palestinian territories (1% of the population), but only about 1,000 live in Gaza.


Last week the Christian advocacy group Middle East Concern (MEC) reported that nearly all who applied to enter Israel to visit the West Bank for Christmas failed to receive permits, except for those older than 55.


Applicants younger than 16 were also approved, consistent with restrictions instituted last Christmas and maintained through Easter. A previous policy limited travel to those between ages 16 and 35.


The MEC report was confirmed by Maher, who stated that initially just 200 travel permits had been granted, and Christians, sharing stories of the delayed permit applications, began to assume those outside the age limit would not be allowed to travel.


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How the Brain Keeps Faith in a Good God Amid a Weary World
« Reply #1115 on: December 27, 2018, 12:00:11 AM »
How the Brain Keeps Faith in a Good God Amid a Weary World

Both C. S. Lewis and Job held onto their faith when their worlds imploded. Now psychologists suggest clues to understanding how the mind endures in suffering.


C. S. Lewis was briefly, but blissfully, married to his wife, Joy, before she died of cancer in 1960. He journaled through his grief, later published as the book, A Grief Observed, where he retorted in its early pages:



 

Talk to me about the truth of religion and I’ll listen gladly. Talk to me about the duty of religion and I’ll listen submissively. But don’t come talking to me about the consolation of religion or I shall suspect that you don’t understand.



Lewis, as one of the best-known Christian apologists of his time, knew plenty of compelling theological answers for suffering. Indeed, he had written an earlier book on the topic, The Problem of Pain. But in his deep personal loss, you see him turn to God with his questioning and even anger. “God,” he writes, “hurts us beyond our worst fears and beyond all we can imagine.” In the same way, in the Book of Job, Job holds onto his faith tightly while his world implodes. Yet he also questions the very purpose of his life, “Why did I not perish at birth, and die as I came from the womb?” (Job 3:11)


You see through Lewis’s journaling and Job’s long discussions with his friends the human need for making sense of how pain and faith interact.


A 2012 psychology study by Russell McCann and Marcia Webb brings into focus our brain’s ability to grapple effectively with the paradox of a suffering world and a good God. It offers intriguing possibilities for understanding how God created our minds to support our faith. Could this be God’s bodily gift when it feels like our world is falling apart?


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Unwrapping the Gift of Reconciliation this Christmas
« Reply #1116 on: December 28, 2018, 12:00:09 AM »
Unwrapping the Gift of Reconciliation this Christmas

Like Christmas itself, we can become nostalgic about reconciliation rather than embrace the messy grace and humility that it requires.


Many of us love Christmas. We love the lights, the festivities, and the jovial delight that comes with the season. And as much as I hate to admit it, here in the biting-cold Midwest I even enjoy the snow this time of year, although those pretty flakes can be gone once the New Year rolls around.


But no amount of nostalgia can capture the real power of Christmas: Christ has come for us. He has crossed behind enemy lines to rescue us who have long been slaves of sin, fear, and death. We celebrate Christmas because we celebrate our king becoming vulnerable, becoming weak, humbling himself to bring reconciliation between us and God.


Reconciliation is a wonderful idea when we are the ones that have been fought for, and we are the ones who receive mercy, forgiveness, and restored relationship.


But like Christmas itself, we can become nostalgic about reconciliation rather than really embrace the messy grace and humility that it requires.


We all have work to do reconciling relationships with the people in our lives. Whether it’s a slight irritation with a coworker or a full-on feud over deep wounds, we all have imperfect and broken connections with other humans. But those minor cracks can break, and major brokenness can soon become septic.


If we are to pursue building up the Church, be effective in our evangelism, and experience the true fullness of mercy, grace, and redemption, we cannot ignore broken relationships.


And if we are going to truly say, “Merry Christmas,” then we must adopt the passion of Jesus to step into the awkward, uncomfortable, humbling messiness that is reconciliation.


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The 10 Most-Read Stories of the Persecuted Church
« Reply #1117 on: December 29, 2018, 12:00:11 AM »
The 10 Most-Read Stories of the Persecuted Church

Indonesian churches are blasted by a family of suicide bombers, North Korea frees American Christians, and Leah Sharibu inspires Nigerian believers.


Here are Christianity Today's most-read stories about the persecuted church in 2018.

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Ahead of 2019, Bulgaria Rejects Severe Church Restrictions
« Reply #1118 on: December 30, 2018, 12:00:12 AM »
Ahead of 2019, Bulgaria Rejects Severe Church Restrictions

The new year brings new regulations—but thankfully not the worship and seminary bans evangelicals initially feared.


Since October, Bulgarian evangelicals have protested proposed legislation that would hinder preaching, evangelizing, funding, and training by non-Orthodox minority faiths with weekly demonstrations and nationwide calls to prayer.


Last Friday, its last working day of 2018, the country’s parliament finally passed the new law, without the restrictions Protestants had feared the most.


“We celebrate the decision by the government of Bulgaria earlier today to allow hundreds of churches, including 130 Baptist churches, to remain open so that people of faith may continue to worship in the free convictions of their conscience,” stated the Baptist World Alliance, which opposed the initial proposal along with the Baptist Union of Bulgaria and several other national church councils.


The amendments to the Religious Denominations Act go into effect January 1 and present some additional regulations in the southeastern European country. The two major faith groups, Orthodox (85%) and Muslim (10%), also receive bigger government subsidies under the new law.


An earlier version of the amendments, as CT reported last month, put the future of Protestant education and foreign funding for churches in jeopardy.


The original proposal also barred all church activity outside official buildings and kept foreign preachers from leading services; the approved amendments regulate only the use of loudspeakers to amplify outdoor worship and allow non-Bulgarians to preach if they inform the religious affairs office, according to Evangelical Focus, a Christian news site in Europe.


Gong forward under the new rules, churches and other religious buildings can join an optional national registry to receive tax deductions.


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The Top Testimonies of 2018
« Reply #1119 on: December 31, 2018, 12:00:10 AM »
The Top Testimonies of 2018

Here are the Christian conversion stories that CT readers shared most.


Christianity Today devotes a premium slot in each print magazine—the back page—to a compelling story of Christian conversion. Dozens have shared their tales of how God brought them to himself.


In case you missed any, here are CT’s 2018 testimonies, ranked in reverse order of which ones readers read most.

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Source: The Top Testimonies of 2018

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