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Headed for heaven or hell? This roadmap will help

This moral topography shows two walks of life with very different outcomes: heaven and hell.It all starts with a simple choice: the broad gate or the narrow one. From there on in, follow the Bible verses to your choice of afterlife.Despite the map's stark, binary landscape, sinners can still repent and good Christians may be tempted by the Devil. Forked path If your path in life is pleasant and comfortable, reflect on your final destination: it may be eternal hellfire. For the road to heaven ...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Death, England, Germany, United States, Christianity, Innovation, Storytelling, Holland, Jesus, John, Morality, Map, Christ, Venus, Matthew


The Clock Tower: ‘Supergirl’ Calls Out Some BS While ‘Batwoman’ Engages in Some

(Welcome to The Clock Tower , where we’ll break down the goings on of the The CW network’s Arrowverse. We’ll touch on things like themes , cultural impact, lead-ins to major events, ships, and more every week! Warning: this Clock Tower is filled with spoilers . Proceed at your own risk.) Readers, friends, countrypeople – I lied to you last week. Only half of The Arrowverse was off this time. Supergirl and Batwoman held down the fort while the teams on the Waverider and in Centra...
Tags: Television, Movies, America, Features, World, Gotham, The Cw, Batwoman, Batman, Kate, Cw, Alex, Alice, Ray, Trump, Kane


‘Amazing Stories’ Showrunners Explain the Approach to Their Apple TV+ Reboot [Interview]

Apple has resurrected Steven Spielberg’s anthology series Amazing Stories as part of its Apple TV+ streaming service, the first of their shows to be a revival of a pre-existing show. The original series ran from 1985 through 1987 on NBC. Apple’s first season consists of five hour-long stories.  The first episode of the new series stars Dylan O’Brien as a modern man who travels back in time through the basement of a house he’s restoring. Episode two tells the afterlife tale of a runner (Hai...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, Interviews, Disney, Features, Spielberg, John Williams, Steven Spielberg, Joe, Steven, Josh, Elliot, Luke, Dylan, Adam


It took a gay man to make the ultimate ’80s kid fantasy. Todd Holland on the magic of ‘The Wizard’

Todd Holland with Fred Savage, Jenny Lewis & Luke Edwards on the set of ‘The Wizard’ Who’d have thought it would take a gay man to make the ultimate ’80s child fantasy? The man in question is Todd Holland, and the fantasy is the cult movie The Wizard. Though it scored mediocre reviews and died a quick death at the box office in 1989, the movie found a second life on home video and television. The film stars Fred Savage–the child actor of the moment thanks to his work on The Wonder Years–as Co...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, Hollywood, Entertainment, Abc, California, Washington, Lifestyle, Pennsylvania, Nintendo, Holland, Tina Fey, Tobey Maguire, Steven Spielberg, Jenny Lewis, Universal Studios


Parking Lot Praises for a Prodigal Daughter

Lies and betrayal replaced bedtime prayers as my precious ballerina daughter transformed into a rebellious stranger. Throughout high school she tested home rules, but college life offered additional freedoms too hard to resist. Following graduation, she moved in with her boyfriend and walked the path of a prodigal. As she turned away from me and God, my heart shattered. I blamed myself and questioned my abilities as a Christian mother. Guilt, shame, and depression enveloped me. I cried and begge...
Tags: Inspiration, God, Corinthians, Luke, Krista Lynn Campbell


‘Some soles last 1,000 years in landfill’: the truth about the sneaker mountain

As trainer consumption booms, so does the number of unwanted shoes. Can anything be done with them?Sneaker Con is an aircraft-hangar-sized convention that smells worse and worse as the day goes on. I am at the London edition of the event, but it’s just been in Las Vegas, and is soon due to be in Berlin, then New York. Thousands of sneakerheads have paid the £25 entry fee and are browsing merchandise stalls piled high with sneakers. The price tags on these shoes are not for the faint-hearted: £55...
Tags: Fashion, London, Berlin, Life and style, Women's Shoes, Las Vegas, Women's Sportswear, Helen, Luke, Men's sportswear, Men's Shoes


10 Binge-Worthy Art Podcasts in the Age of Coronavirus

Plugging into the art-world conversation while museums and galleries are closed.
Tags: Art, News, Podcasts, Sky, Jason, Pack, Robert, Browning, Helen, Burns, Daniel, Ben, Luke, Tamar, Russell, Ramirez


Judge Overturns Verdict That Ruled Katy Perry Stole Music From Christian Rapper Marcus Gray

Katy Perry has reason to make a joyful noise at the moment. A judge has overturned a jury’s verdict that found the singer stole music from a Christian rap artist. U.S District Judge Christina Snyder overturned the verdict earlier this week, citing that the disputed sections of Perry’s “Dark Horse” and Marcus Gray’s “Joyful Noise” were not distinctive enough to be protected by copyright. Snyder wrote: “It is undisputed in this case, even viewing the evidence in the light most favorable to plainti...
Tags: Music, Celebs, Katy Perry, Lawsuits, Pop Culture, Jazz, Gray, Max Martin, Snyder, Luke, Perry, Marcus Gray, Dark Horse, Joyful Noise, U S District Judge Christina Snyder


John Bishop delights fans with never-before-seen photos of son Luke

John Bishop is a very proud father. This week, the star took to Instagram to share a sweet...
Tags: Instagram, Luke, John Bishop


10 Things We Learned From The Skywalker Legacy

BEGIN SLIDESHOW 10 things we learned from The Skywalker Legacy With the early arrival of the digital edition of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the upcoming release of the Blu-ray and 4K UHD copies, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to watch the making-of documentary The Skywalker Legacy and we’ve learned a surprising number of details from the conclusion to the four decades-long Skywalker Saga. Check out 10 of the things we learned below! Purchase your digital copy of The Rise of...
Tags: Movies, Chicago, Carrie Fisher, James Bond, Akira Kurosawa, Tom Cruise, George Lucas, Joseph Gordon Levitt, John Williams, Mark Hamill, Rian Johnson, Leia, Force, Damon Lindelof, Daisy Ridley, Billy Dee Williams


Religion events in the San Fernando Valley area, March 14-21

  Congregational Church of Chatsworth on Lassen Street. (Google Street View)   Find a spiritual experience at religious centers in the San Fernando Valley area. Here is a sampling of services and special events. Due to coronavirus concerns, call ahead or check websites to confirm services and events through March. Also, many religious organizations use a livestream service.   Archdiocese of Los Angeles: Archbishop Jose H. Gomez has dispensed all Catholic faithful from the obligation of atte...
Tags: Religion, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Jesus, Catholic, Chatsworth, Local News, Southern California, Valley, Luke, San Fernando Valley, Mark Goodman, Congregational Church, Jose H Gomez, Beth Shalom


Families Question Isolation Protocol At Elk Grove Assisted Living Facility Death

ELK GROVE (CBS13) – Isolation protocol in place at the Carlton Senior Living facility, after a woman in her 90’s died from complications related to coronavirus. Officials say the resident had an underlying health condition and was treated at a local hospital . “We have basically a cruise ship on land,” said Robert Luke. He’s worried about his mother-in-law in her 90’s living at the facility. “My biggest worry is no one is stepping up. No one is stepping up to say, ‘we are going to learn from wha...
Tags: News, California, Washington, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento County, Elk Grove, Carlton, Luke, Kirkland Washington, Coronavirus, Robert Luke He, Bob Sutherland


Dare to Dream Small

I enjoy my coffee without cream, without sugar, and most importantly, without caffeine. That’s because if I consume caffeine, I’m doomed to lie awake in bed until the early morning hours, as alert as an unblinking baby doll. Decaf is essential. Though it’s a simple pleasure, the comfort of a quiet cup of coffee has become one of the highlights of my day. So when the grocery store ran out of my preferred blend, my disappointment was acute. Several times over the following weeks, I checked the sto...
Tags: Inspiration, Jesus, God, Christ, Dream, Small, PAUL, Luke, NIV, Encouragement, Loved, Seen, Carina Alanson


Ten Reasons to Make a Holy Hour According to Fulton J. Sheen

Why spend an hour a day in meditation? Because we are living on the surface of our souls, knowing little either of God or our inner self. Our knowledge is mostly about things, not about destiny. Most of our dif­ficulties and disappointments in life are due to mistakes in our life plans. Having forgotten the purpose of living, we have doubted even the value of living. A broken bone gives pain because it is not where it ought to be; our souls are in agony because we are not tending to the ful...
Tags: Featured, Israel, Religion, Isa, John, Christ, Peter, Simon, Mary, Luke, Matt, Abraham, Cain, Martha, St Thomas, Saul


Famous TV house locations

The running joke with Friends is that no 20-somethings in New York could ever afford that apartment. Of course, we’ve got no way to prove that, since the “apartment” was actually a sound stage, and there’s not exactly a Zillow listing for fictional addresses. But many shows shot their exterior shots at real live homes that you can go drive by and annoy the current occupants today. Many of which are valued at a lot more than their fictional occupants could ever afford. HomeAdvisor did some dig...
Tags: All, Filming Locations, Movie Film Sets, Movie Homes, TV Film Sets, TV Homes


Six Common Biblical Fallacies Used to Criticize Devotion to Mary

Anti-Marian Protestants often rely on several biblical fallacies to minimize the significance of Mary and slander Catholics as well as others who are devoted to her. Identifying these fallacies and calling them out for what they really are is an essential part of defending the faith. Here are six common fallacies you’ll often encounter when discussing devotion to Mary: 1. “The Bible doesn’t say much about Mary, so she must not be that important.” The absurdity of this claim can be ...
Tags: Featured, Religion, David, Spirit, Jesus, Trinity, Catholic, John, Christ, Catholics, Stephen, Matthew, Genesis, Elizabeth, St Paul, Mary


Explore Vietnam’s Culinary Heritage in Stunning Short from San Marzano Wines and Frankie Caradonna

Great Guns’ Frankie Caradonna has written and directed the stunning new branded documentary for San Marzano Wines. Starring award-winning Australian-Vietnamese chef Luke Nguyen, the film follows his journey through Vietnam as he returns to his roots, exploring the country’s cultural and culinary heritage.Frankie was given complete freedom over the project, working closely with Angelo Cotugno and Maria Cavallo at San Marzano to deliver the final script. Inspired by Vietnam’s beautiful locales, Fr...
Tags: Featured, Advertising, Food And Drink, Vietnam, Luke Nguyen, Saigon, Apulia, Buddhist, Sapa, Luke, Frankie, Mike Allen, Taranto Italy, San Marzano, Great Guns, Gloria J


Updating Joseph Campbell’s “Hero’s Journey” to Cover Female Action Heroes–Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #33

http://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/partiallyexaminedlife/PEL_ep_237_2-13-20_AdFree.mp3 This week's guest Vi Burlew has arisen, a shining figure clad in mail, carrying aloft a shimmering broadsword to bring your hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and Brian Hirt this topic about the hero's journey. This general plot structure dating back to ancient myth was detailed by Joseph Campbell and famously and deliberately plundered to create the plot of the original Star Wars. S...
Tags: Google, Star Wars, Podcasts, Film, College, Wikipedia, Disney, Feminism, Harry Potter, Campbell, Luke, Facebook Twitter, Joseph Campbell, Biggs, Eowyn, Maureen Murdock


Friday Night Lights: GRD Machine Gun Optic DCL110AD-3X

Just before last SHOT Show, fellow TFB writer Austin mentioned that he was going to bring a post sample M16 for us to play with. Check out Luke’s article about that. Well, I talked to Austin and he agreed to make a second post sample lower so we could use it with the Franklin Armory […] Read More … The post Friday Night Lights: GRD Machine Gun Optic DCL110AD-3X appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Reviews, Guns, Austin, Luke, DI Optical, Friday Night Lights, Red Dot, Franklin Armory, 3x Magnifier, Reflex/Red Dot, Machine Gun Optic


Four Lies That Keep Us from Prayer

Rarely do I approach a set-aside time of prayer without thinking of at least one reason, and often more than one, to do something else instead. Some of the reasons sound plausible: “I need the sleep” or “I have so much work to do.” Others, less so: “I wonder who won the game” or “I should really check my email.” I’m learning to expect such reasons to intrude themselves when it comes time to pray. I’m also learning to call these reasons by their real names: lies. Now, of course, these r...
Tags: Religion, Jesus, John, Matthew, Lewis, Luke, Micah, John 2:17, Jesus John, Luke 5:16 Jesus


What does the Book of Acts teach about Forgiveness?

This study on forgiveness looks at the topic of forgiveness in the Book of Acts. Forgiveness is a key theme in Acts, and we see how Peter and Paul teach about Acts as the spread the gospel message throughout the world. Note that this study is an excerpt from my Gospel Dictionary online course. This course considers 52 key words of the Gospel and thousands of biblical texts. The course contains over 100 hours Bible teaching. You can take the course by joining my online discipleship group. The Boo...
Tags: Israel, Jerusalem, Rome, Z, Jesus, Prince, Forgiveness, Agrippa, Jesus Christ, Peter, PAUL, Luke, Cornelius, One Verse, Redeeming Scripture, Redeeming Theology


Greg James to write for Waitrose newspaper

BBC Radio 1 Breakfast presenter Greg James has signed up to be a regular columnist for the Waitrose & Partners Weekend newspaper. Greg, who co-wrote the children’s book series, Kid Normal, will have his first column published today in which he talks about his love of flan and why he is a fan of Waitrose. Other columnists for the magazine include BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine and Phillip Schofield. Ollie Rice, Editor-in-Chief of Waitrose Weekend says: ‘We’re delighted to welcome Greg to the Waitro...
Tags: Top, People, Radio, Jeremy Vine, Sam, Bishop, Greg, Luke, BBC Radio, Greg James, Prue Leith, Stortford, Waitrose Partners Weekend, Phillip Schofield Ollie Rice


Amos 2:4-5

Amos 2:4-5   (4) Thus says the LORD: " For three transgressions of Judah, and for four, I will not turn away its punishment, Because they have despised the law of the LORD, And have not kept His commandments. Their lies lead them astray, Lies which their fathers followed. (5) But I will send a fire upon Judah, And it shall devour the palaces of Jerusalem." Unlike the judgments of the Gentiles (Amos 1:3 - 2:3), Amos indicts Judah for breaking His comm...
Tags: Israel, Jerusalem, Christian, John, Christ, Amos, Luke, Judah


13 TV shows Netflix canceled even though critics loved them

Netflix often sees little value in long-running TV shows, which has led to some critically acclaimed series getting the boot early in their runs. We looked at 13 Netflix originals beloved by critics that were canceled, from "Glow" to "Bojack Horseman" to, most recently, "Atypical." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix often doesn't like long-running TV shows, and sometimes that means great shows get the ax early. The streaming giant has canceled plenty of shows that ups...
Tags: Trends, Netflix, Atlantic, New York Times, Ivy League, Judd Apatow, BoJack Horseman, Jonah, Forbes, Luke Cage, Indiewire, Luke, Gus, Kimmy Schmidt, Esquire, Mickey


Greece halts construction on new refugee camps

Greece (MNN) — Aegean locals are tiring of refugees from Turkey, but migration doesn’t look to be stopping any time soon. Greece has decided to stop construction on new refugee camps, but Tasos Ioannidis with AMG International believes that the situation is only meant to appease locals and won’t last very long. Neither are the islanders going to get what they really want. “They want, really, the refugees to be moved from the islands to the mainland, and the government does not want to do t...
Tags: Greece, Turkey, Syria, Middle East, Christ, Amg, Luke, Thessaloniki, Aegean, Aegean Islands, St Luke s Hospital, Tasos Ioannidis, Ioannidis, AMG International, Jesus God, AMG International on Facebook


When Pentecost Came

As we read the New Testament, we find a very simple, very plain, and very forceful truth: the Holy Spirit makes a difference! Consider the early disciples; Jesus Himself had taught them for more than three years—the greatest Bible school! But still He had to caution them and encourage them not to depend on their own wisdom and strength: “Tarry ye . . . until ye be endued with power from on high” (Luke 24:49b). He promised that they would receive the Person of the Holy Spirit to carry out His pla...
Tags: Spirit, Luke, Holy Spirit, Pentecost, Jesus Himself


Being Aboriginal with a disability a 'double whammy', royal commission told

Narelle Reynolds, who has two disabled sons, says her family has been pushed into homelessnessA Wiradjuri woman who is the full-time carer for two adult sons with intellectual disabilities has told the royal commission that the “double whammy” of being Aboriginal with a disability has pushed her family into homelessness.Narelle Reynolds’ sons, Justin, 38, and Luke, 33, have Fragile X syndrome – a genetic condition that causes intellectual disabilities. Luke also has epilepsy and has been treated...
Tags: Australia news, Disability, Indigenous Australians, Luke, Justin, Disability royal commission, Narelle Reynolds


John 21:4-12

John 21:4-12   (4) But when the morning had now come, Jesus stood on the shore; yet the disciples did not know that it was Jesus. (5) Then Jesus said to them, “Children, have you any food?” They answered Him, “No.” (6) And He said to them, “Cast the net on the right side of the boat, and you will find some.” So they cast, and now they were not able to draw it in because of the multitude of fish. (7) Therefore that disciple whom Jesus loved said to Peter, 'It is the Lord!' Now whe...
Tags: Jesus, John, Christ, Jesus Christ, Peter, Mark, Luke, Simon Peter, Christ Luke, Luke 5:8 John, Way Martin G Collins


Religion events in the San Fernando Valley area, Feb. 22-29

  Julie Schoonover accepts ashes from the Rev. George Packer, deacon at Prince of Peace Episcopal Church, on Ash Wednesday 2019 at Topanga Canyon and Ventura boulevards in Woodland Hills. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)   Find a spiritual experience at religious centers in the San Fernando Valley area. Here is a sampling of services and special events.   Vitamin C for Christians – Comfort: Pastor Jim Bell delivers the message, 6 p.m. Feb. 22. West Valley Christian Chur...
Tags: California, Religion, Sport, Soccer, Judaism, Jesus, Local News, Matthew, Ventura, Luke, Esther, Peralta, Woodland Hills, San Fernando Valley, Mark Goodman, First United Methodist Church


Luke 4:39

Luke 4:39   (39) So He stood over her and rebuked the fever, and it left her. And immediately she arose and served them. When Jesus went into the room where the elderly lady lay, Luke writes, "He stood over her and rebuked her fever," another detail Matthew and Mark omit. Was he addressing some hostile power? On another occasion, He rebuked the raging wind and water to end a storm on the Sea of Galilee (Luke 8:24). "Rebuked" in this verse is the same word u...
Tags: Jesus, John, Matthew, Jesus Christ, Peter, Mark, Luke, Galilee, Martin G Collins, Luke 4:39, Law Peter