A few years ago my wife’s employer, a professed believer and follower of Jesus Christ, informed Beth of her belief that the events of the book of Genesis (the creation of the world in six days, Adam and Eve, the global flood, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, etc.) was fictional. When Beth asked her… Read More It’s Not Just Genesis: Denying The Historicity of Genesis Does Not Uphold Biblical Christianity
Ladies, have you ever been invited to dinner at a friend’s house, and been served a dish you knew you just had to have the recipe to because it tasted so good? When you ask the host or hostess for the recipe, they gladly comply and give it to you. Your husband gets excited at… Read More It Doesn’t Taste The Same: The Problem of Denominationalism
We’ve all heard the proverbial wisdom, “There are two things you should never discuss: politics and religion.” Admittedly, the reason this advice is often because these two topics tend to cause heated arguments, as more than likely the participants strongly hold to their individual beliefs and choose to defend them passionately, usually at the expense… Read More Should Religion Be A Conversation Taboo?
God warned Christians, “See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to the elemental spirits of the world, and not according to Christ” (Col. 2:8). There’s a reason we have this warning. One of the most effective devices Satan has ever used to deceive… Read More Do Consequences Determine Truth?
“What is truth?” Pilate asked Jesus that question and didn’t stick around for an answer (John 18:38). It’s too bad he had not been in that upper room with Jesus and his disciples on the previous night, because Jesus had clearly defined truth while he was praying to his Father on behalf of his disciples. … Read More “What Is Truth?”