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Windmill Ministries supports the exploration of Christian truth claims through scholarship, public dialogue, and media.

In 2000, VH1 gave first place to “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” among the “Top 100 Greatest Rock Songs” ever recorded, and in 2004 a Rolling Stone’s panel of judges labeled it as the second-greatest song of all time. Mick Jagger remarks:

It was the song that really made the Rolling Stones, changed us from just another band into a huge, monster band... It has a very catchy title. It has a very catchy guitar riff. It has a great guitar sound, which was original at that time. And it captures a spirit of the times, which is very important in those kinds of songs... Which was alienation.

The atheist thinker Jean-Paul Sartre, living in the early 20th century, writes: "there comes a time when one asks, even of Shakespeare, even of Beethoven, 'Is that all there is?'" The philosopher Peter Kreeft argues that every natural, innate desire of humanity corresponds to something in the real world. In saying this, he is not referring to artificial desires like the desire for a sports car or a vacation to Hawaii...

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Enjoy video and audio from our most recent debate. It concerns the question, "Christianity: should I embrace it or reject it?"
We are pleased to announce that we will be participating in a March 30, 2019 event in the Seattle area on the topic of "Miracles in the New Testament." We will share the details on this webpage and on our FB page as they come. If you are in the area, please come join us!

Also, listen to a popular message on the historicity of the Acts 27-28 shipwreck.

Other popular messages include:
God in AD 27, discussing the context and historicity of John 1:43-51.
10 Cows and the Goal of Life, on justification and sanctification
A Kiss in the Temple, on Jesus' discussion with the Samaritan Woman

Some recent messages:
A Stone's Throw Away, John 7:53-8:11
The Bread of Life, John 6:25-59
The Samaritan Savior, John 4:27-42
Windmill Ministries, making God manifest (Ps. 19, John 3:8)
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