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Eric Metaxas is the author of the New York Times #1 bestseller, Bonhoeffer:  Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy. Metaxas was the keynote speaker at the 2012 National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC, an event attended by the President and First Lady, the Vice President, members of Congress, and other U.S. and  world leaders. Along with his colleague John Stonestreet, Metaxas is the voice the daily BreakPoint, radio commentary broadcast on nearly 1,400 radio outlets with an audience of eight million.


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On BreakPoint Radio, Eric says that despite the intense persecution, China is on the cusp to having the largest number of Christians. It's a very sad fact, but way too many people who claim to be Christians act as functional atheists says Eric in Talkative Faith. Have you seen the movie The Irreplacable Family? If not, Eric tells you why you should. Finally, if you haven't done so already, apply to become a Centurion. Eric says it's a vital program that teaches you how to be a front-line Christian.
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If you're able, we'd sure like to see you come to the 2014 Wilberforce Weekend May 2-4.  Eric is speaking at the conference.

The movie "Noah" spurred a lot of conversation. Eric has something to say about the making of a movie as well as deciding to watch a movie or not. While most of us, naturally, try to avoid suffering, suffering is a perrenial problem.  Eric says we ought allow God to help us grow in Him. Eric relates a tragic case of a young women misusing her own body by making porn movies to fund college. Finally, Eric has something to say about the dangerous situation brewing in America. It's a very sad day when, what's now know as the gay mafia, is instrumental in getting someone forced to "retire" over his support of traditional marriage.
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On 100 Huntley Street, Eric's has an extended interview with actress and author Susan Isaacs about her book Angry Conversations With God.

BreakPoint Radio, Eric warns that the overuse of solitary confinement in prisons leads to mental health issues for the prisoner and also public health risks. Meanwhile, the millennial generation is pretty much unaffiliated with church. There is a way to correct it as Eric explains. 
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{actionbar} This week on BreakPoint, Eric says Jane Fonda is acknowledging the beauty of creation, and helping us see that our lives, like her's, are finite. Also on BreakPoint, Eric explores the reason why Christians shouldn't complain when we run up against unfairness and double standards. 

If you're near William Jessup University in Rocklin, California, you might be interested in attending an evening event on “Faith and Freedom in the Public Square” featuring Eric and Dennis Prager.

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On BreakPoint Radio, Eric reminds people of the great series on ethics that Chuck and others did. If you didn't get a chance to see it, segments of it is featured on “Worldview from the Colson Center.” The program is hosted by Loretta Cooper, a Colson Center Centurion and a former ABC News anchor. Also, Eric explains there is a right and wrong way of watching the new movie "Son of God." Check out BreakPoint This Week where Eric and Roma Downey are a guest discussing the movie "The Son of God."
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{actionbar} Just a reminder, Colson Center is hosing Dr. Ben Carson and Eric Metaxas at NRB February 24. If you can't go to NRB this time, Eric along with Joe Loconte and Greg Thornbury will be part of an intimate group of Colson Center and Prison Fellowship friends as together we explore the theme Reclaiming the Virtues: Human Flourishing in the 21st Century at the CS Lewis Foundation Oxbridge 2014 Conference. Please come to that once in a life-time event. 


On BreakPoint Radio, using embryonic stem cells for research might be at an end because of a scientific breakthrough. Eric explains.  A couple of sociologists are trumpeting from the rooftops--conservative Christianity has a detrimental affect on marriages. Eric says not so fast with the assertion. Lastly, the commodification of human life has hit an all-time high as infertile couples rent wombs. Leading people to treating other humans as machines, Eric maintains.
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Eric commented on dilly of a story this week--a British judge ordered head of the Mormon church to face charges of fraud, or else. Find out why this is a threat to everyone.  In just a few decades so much can change; Eric tells relates the story of the New York Times did an about face on the topic of abortion. Lastly, Kiev is a happen' place. Monks were the peace keepers in a tense standoff. Read more.
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