Answering Atheists with Dr. Jason Lisle (Pure Talk Interview)

This is the first video I’ve ever seen of Jason Lisle. Haven’t finished his book yet, but it’s only because I’m such a slow reader.

The Domain for Truth

I just found Pure Talk, a show of Pure Flix has interviewed Christian apologist and astrophysicist Jason Lisle recently.  The host Billy Hallowell asks Dr. Lisle some questions.  It is under 20 minutes long.  Check it out below:

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“HE’S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS” by “The Daily Encouraging Word”

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“The Most High rules in the kingdom of men, and gives it to whomever He chooses.” Da 4:25 NKJV As a Bible believer, here are three words that should not be in your vocabulary: luck, coincidence, and fate. Replace them instead with the word providence, which means “to see in advance and to provide for.” The Westminster Confession of Faith, written in the seventeenth century, states: “God the great creator of all things doth uphold, direct, dispose, and govern all creatures, actions, and things from the greatest even to the least, by his most wise and holy providence.” That means God is in charge, not us! But what about our human will? Can’t we act independently? Theologian Dr. R. C. Sproul wrote, “God’s sovereign providence stands over and above our actions. He works out His will through the actions of human wills, without violating the freedom of those human wills.” Look at Joseph. His brothers tried to destroy him, but instead their efforts put him on the throne of Egypt and fulfilled God’s will. Later he said, “You meant evil against me, but God meant it for good in order to brin g about this present result” (Ge 50:20 NAS). Judas’ most heinous act helped bring about the best thing that ever happened, Christ’s atonement for our sins on the cross. Are you confused because of the things going on around you? One reason is because we only utilize about 10 percent of our mental potential. Plus, Paul points out that now we only “know in part” (1Co 13:9). When we get to heaven God may explain it all—or not. Until then, trust Him. And rejoice, He’s got the whole world in His hands—including you!

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The Other Table

Well said, Jeff.

RabBits

I saw a co-worker and his wife in a social setting.  The man turned to his wife, “Tell Jeff the story you told me.”

Her face lit up as if she remembered something important.  She began a story from the high school cafeteria where my kids went.

She told me about a young man who doesn’t “fit in”.  She said the student being picked on wasn’t popular, struggles in school, and in all reality, is not very socially skilled.  By all accounts, he’s a little odd.  Add it up, and he’s an easy target.

The young man’s primary defense mechanism is to blend in like a social chameleon, then avoid others.  That’s impossible during school days when he would unwilling become the center of attention.  He’d shrink alone, virtually defenseless, and silently absorb any words, jokes or laughter directed his way.

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