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  • Could Adam Have Appealed the Verdict?

    Usually, in countries not run by a dictator, a person who has been found guilty of any offence has the right to appeal to a higher court against his or her conviction. Genesis chapters 1–3 record that God created Adam, gave … Continue reading

  • Exposition of Romans – Part 14

    The Case Against the Human Race Text: Romans 3:9-20 Introduction:  The Book of Common Prayer is a devotional gem. The General Confession begins with “Almighty and most merciful Father; We have erred and strayed from thy ways, like lost sheep. … Continue reading

  • Exposition of Romans – Part 13

    God’s Faithfulness and Justice Text: Romans 3:1 Introduction:  The epistle to the Romans, sad to say, is one of the most neglected books of the Bible. Why? Due to its overt doctrinal content and the tightly argued style of the … 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

  • Dr Raymond Damadian, Pioneer of MRI

    Super-scientist slams society’s spiritual sickness! Dr Raymond V. Damadian would probably be too humble to accept the title ‘super-scientist’ but the many people whose lives have been saved by the MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scanning technology he developed might think … Continue reading

  • The Resurrection of Christ: Hoax or History? Part 1 of 4

    Introduction and Scriptural Account The Apostle Paul states in 1 Corinthians 15:14, that “…if Christ be not risen, then is our preaching vain, and your faith is also vain.”  He continues this thought in verse 19 stating, “If in this … Continue reading

  • Two Adams, Two Covenants and Sola Fide (Part II)

    “*!&?*#!*!  Such is the popular conception of a curse—”writes Michael J. Glodo, “the mere utterance of profanities.  While our world has perfected the art of profanity, cursing is unappreciated.”[i] In some parts of the country, hurling crude and profane epithets … Continue reading

  • Is charity more important than apologetics?

    David G. from Australia emailed us, concerned that our ministry seemed to be taking the focus away from much more important issues of charity. However, the whole approach commits the fallacy of false alternatives, aka the “either-or” fallacy. His letter … Continue reading

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