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  • Exposition of Romans – Part 45

    Freedom Text: Romans 7:1-6 Introduction:  There is a scene at the end of the Academy Award winning best picture Braveheart where William Wallace (played by Mel Gibson) is being tortured to death. The King’s chief henchman is trying to get … Continue reading

  • You Have Only One Shot

    by Dave Miller, Ph.D. The present pluralistic climate that prevails in American culture has disastrous implications. To suggest that all religions, all ideologies, all philosophies, and all beliefs are of equal validity, and ought to be tolerated as such, is … Continue reading

  • Immigration, Culture, and Christ

    Should Christians value ‘cultural purity’? How should the Christian view ‘cultural purity’? Susan J., U.K, wrote in response to the article, Is Christianity for ‘whites only’?: Excellent article; but why did God create nations to separate us? Also, in the UK, … Continue reading

  • One Code of Morality

    The social turbulence of the 1960s created a revolution in societal mores among the baby boomer generation. The stated philosophy of “do your own thing” literally has “gone to seed” in American society. The result is that many Americans live … Continue reading

  • What Are Evolutionists So Afraid Of?

    This week, I want to take the opportunity to expound on the comments left by two of our visitors concerning the controversy between evolution and creation.  My response will follow below both comments. Heavyweights Move to Ban Creation From: David C. … Continue reading

  • Science Supports Traditional Values

    It is well known that liberals outnumber conservatives in academia (see 12/02/2004), but sometimes, scientific studies support traditional values, not leftist ideology.  Imagine the surprise of some of these researchers who went looking and found that conservative Christian family organizations have … Continue reading

  • Rocking the Boat, Part Two: The Hydrological Model of the Flood

    The Foundation of Biblical Authority First, I wish to address a comment which goes to the foundational issue of biblical authority. After all, if the Bible as we have it today does not accurately reveal things from God and is … Continue reading

  • Davis Young on Placing Science Over Scripture

    Thus I am asked to take the statements of the Genesis creation and flood accounts at face value in spite of the evidence that geology and the other sciences may offer to the contrary.  I am told that Genesis should … Continue reading

  • Ludwig Wittgenstein: Darwin Doubter

    German Jewish-Christian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein (26 April 1889–29 April 1951) is considered one of the greatest philosophers of the 20th century.1 He played a pivotal role in the development of 20th-Century analytic philosophy and continues to influence current philosophical thought … Continue reading

  • Doctrine of God – Part 15

    Carmen Christi: Hymn to Christ as to God (Part III) Introduction: There is a famous medieval treatise, written by Anselm, one of the great theologians of the church which is called, Cur Deus Homo (“Why Did God Become Man?”) The … Continue reading

  • Beware of Paleoenvironmental Deductions

    As a reader of the geological literature, I am amazed by the paleoenvironmental interpretations that are often made. Rarely do the researchers qualify their interpretations with “possibly”, “maybe”, or other such words to indicate uncertainty. We read, for example, that … Continue reading

  • ‘Old’ Galaxy Found in ‘Young’ Part of the Universe

    Because of the amount of time it takes distant light to reach earth, the farther away an object is, the further back in time it appears to be. Thus, peering through a telescope is like peering into the past.1 If … Continue reading

  • Do the Spiritual Truths of the Gospel Negate its Reliance on History?

    Reconciliation and Reality We received a good number of positive comments on Ann Lamont’s article Genesis: the roots of the Gospel. But a negative one came from John P, who said: This article includes too many issues irrelevant to sharing the … Continue reading

  • Teaching Evolution: Indoctrination as Education

    It’s back to school time, and do you know what your children are learning? Take a look through an elementary or middle school science textbook. How does it explain the creation? Evolution “education” is poisoning our society, beginning with our … Continue reading

  • The Days of Creation: A Semantic Approach

    The length of time represented by the ‘days’ of creation in Genesis has been a controversial subject among evangelicals for at least 150 years. During this time, ‘eisegesis has been as common as exegesis.’1 Some have examined the history of … Continue reading

  • John Calvin on God’s Omnipotence

    For men have no taste for [God’s power] till they are convinced of their need of it and they immediately forget its value unless they are conditionally reminded by awareness of their own weakness. Calvin, John, Calvin’s New Testament Commentaries, … Continue reading

  • Saving the Other Patient

    Lita Cosner Chats with Prenatal Medical Researcher Dr Larry Thaete Dr Larry Thaete received a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology and Pathobiology from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He works as a medical research scientist researching … Continue reading

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