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  • Is The World Ending In December 2012?

    By Paul Taylor A lady came into the shop where I worked. I knew that her husband was a pastor. They both frequently visited our shop. Today, however, she had some fearful news. “Next year there will be a planetary … Continue reading

  • The Census of Quirinius

    Did Luke get it wrong? During the traditional Christmas season, millions of Christians read the nativity accounts of Matthew and Luke. Luke, great historian as he was, provides information of the timing and circumstances around Jesus’ birth. This connects with … Continue reading

  • Jesus Christ on The Inerrancy of Scripture

    EXCERPT There is considerable debate these days concerning the inerrancy of Scripture. The authority of God’s Word is the main issue. But, if one yields to the authority of Jesus Christ (Yeshua HaMashiach), he must, in turn, yield to Christ’s view … Continue reading

  • How Long Will The Sun Last?

    Recent solar activity caused great concern among many people, including “New Age” prophecies that the sun was burning out, and the end was near. While we don’t know the timetable for end-time events, we do know that giant solar flares … Continue reading

  • Did Matthew Misuse the Old Testament?

    Typology in Matthew’s birth narrative During Advent, millions of Christians read Matthew’s much-beloved account about the birth of Jesus. But skeptics sometimes use the opportunity to point out a perceived instance of Matthew playing ‘fast and loose’ with Scripture. They … Continue reading

  • Who Wrote Isaiah?

    CMI is a Christ-centred ministry defending the authority of the Bible right from the beginning. The Bible written before Christ (the Old Testament) pointed to His First Coming (‘Advent’): God the Creator taking on human nature to die for our sins, then conquer death. … Continue reading

  • Faith, Prophecies, and Credible Testimony

    It might surprise some to learn that Thomas was not the only “doubting disciple” immediately following Jesus’ resurrection. Do you recall what happened when Mary Magdalene, the first person to whom Jesus appeared, went to alert the mourning apostles of … Continue reading

  • Doctrine of God – Part 24

    The Omniscience of God and the Heresy of Open-View Theism – Part 1 Introduction: In 1986 I reviewed the book Predestination And Free Will: Four Views Of Divine Sovereignty and Human Freedom (InterVarsity Press). In accessing the chapter by Clark … Continue reading

  • Additional Scripture and the Mormon Religion Revisited

    Back on May 28, 2011, I posted a Feed Back article concerning the Mormon religion (Additional Scripture and the Mormon Religion).  Terry C. responded to my response with some challenges to my statements and my credibility.  I did not respond to … Continue reading

  • Sir Isaac Newton (1642/3–1727): A Scientific Genius

    Summary Isaac Newton is well known as one of the greatest scientists who ever lived. Less well known is his deep belief in God and his conviction that scientific investigation leads to a greater knowledge of God the Creator of … Continue reading

  • A Revealing Look at the World’s Religious Belief Systems

    A review of Discovering God by Rodney Stark HarperOne, New York, 2007 Rodney Stark is professor of Social Sciences at Baylor University, and is a prolific author and renowned scholar in the field of sociology of religion. This new book is … Continue reading

  • The Lion That Wouldn’t Eat Meat

    Earlier this century, A female African lion, born and raised in America, lived her entire lifetime of nine years without ever eating meat.1 In fact, her owners, Georges and Margaret Westbeau,2 alarmed by scientists’ reports that carnivorous animals cannot live … Continue reading

  • Defending the Faith

    In the next-to-last book of the Bible, the apostle Jude exhorts us to “earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints” (Jude 3). His warning refers primarily to professing Christians who would dilute the faith instead … Continue reading

  • Why is it so Important to Interpret Genesis as Reliable History?

    Mei Ying T. from the United States received a letter from her pastor on how to interpret the Bible, where he states that how we interpret Genesis is a secondary issue. Mei Ying asked us for a response to her … Continue reading

  • The Proof from Homology

    by Tom Willis The greatest proof of evolution is, and always has been, “The Proof from Homology!” Similarity between cats, dogs and whales (they all suckle their young and are called mammals) is proof they had a common ancestor with … Continue reading

  • Augustine of Hippo on Astrology

    The good Christian should be aware of astrologers, and all those who make empty prophecies.  The danger already exists that the astrologers have made a covenant with the devil to darken the spirit and to confine man in the bonds … Continue reading

  • The FANG Argument: A Refutation

    by Kyle Butt, M.A. Renowned atheist Dan Barker is the co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation. He writes prolifically defending atheism, and often attacks the God of the Bible. One argument that he claims proves that God does not … Continue reading

  • Is the Bible truth or tabloid?

    by  Dawson McAllister If you think about it, some of the stories in the Bible would make good tabloid headlines or talk show topics. But, those who reported the stories expected them to be taken as fact. Let’s look at the … Continue reading

  • Apologetics = Defending the Faith – Part 7

    USE YOUR IMAGINATION   INTRODUCTION: The lyrics of John Lennon’s Imagine (1970) “Imagine there’s no heaven. It’s easy if you try. No hell below us. And no religion too” have become a veritable anthem to New Age thinking. Visualization principles … Continue reading

  • Believability of Science and Faith

    A big stir was aroused in the media when the eminent British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking argues that God did not create the universe and the “Big Bang” was an inevitable consequence of the laws of physics in his new … Continue reading

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