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When tragedy strikes, such as major illness, our first reaction is to get frustrated that our ability to parent has been hindered.
A 6,000-year-old earth? When you look up the Bible references, the math’s not that hard!
Has the gospel changed? No, it hasn’t but the culture has. The method by which we present the gospel needs to be such that the culture will understand.
Our talks at UCO were a witness to a public university and clearly presented the foundation of God’s Word and the gospel (including to the LGBTQ group)!
Various cultures around the world have legends about a flood that destroyed the earth.
Some respected Christian leaders, famous for defending the fundamentals of the faith against compromise, were guilty of their own compromise.
Unlike the other five days of creation week, God does not look over what he has made on day two and declare that it was “good.”
The ethical use of human stem cells controversy has cooled and almost subsided. But not for the reasons you might expect.
Forests are nurseries of health and well-being. New discoveries are showing that this doesn’t happen by accident. The trees are working together.
God designed your brain to fill in missing details on the fly . . . with some interesting consequences.
Bats are amazing animals that display the unlimited creativity of our God.
Our reflex response to pain is a blessing, prompting us to withdraw at the first sign of trouble and preventing worse harm.
If evolution means “change,” then yes, natural selection is evolution/change. Typically evolution means that natural selection is molecules-to-man evolution.
The April 2018 National Geographic is dedicated to “the complicated issue of race” with the cover story featuring twins, Marcia and Millie Biggs.
If we haven’t experienced it, we know someone who has—a child who was raised in a good Christian home but left it all behind.
When a probe flew by Pluto, it made a shocking discovery: the surface is young. Astronomers are still scrambling to explain why.
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