A video of a Nigerian student killed by the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) is circulating the internet. Christian Ropvil Daciya Dalep was identified by members of his ethnic Mupun people as the student killed in the video.
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“We know that prayer is one of our primary priorities in ministry," says Daniel Henderson, "but it’s hard to lead where you’ve not gone yourself.”
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The problem of evil is one of the most difficult topics any human being ever has to wrestle with. While Thomas Jay Oord's response to this issue is certainly controversial, he believes there is solid biblical evidence to back it up.
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