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In the Christmas account, the Prince of Peace takes on human flesh, conquers sin and Satan by his death and resurrection, and reconciles sinful believers to the holy God.
Because natural selection is equated with the story of evolution, people are surprised when they find out we “believe in” natural selection.
The house of mirrors idea was initially conceived as a maze-like puzzle that adventurous participants would navigate through for their entertainment and amusement.
The Bible describes a serpent, one that’s in control of a vicious army of evil subordinates dedicated to the destruction of every man, woman, and child ever born.
Many Christians would recognize the phrase “The Roman Road” (sometimes referred to as the “Romans Road”) as that path of salvation, summarized in the book of Romans in their Bibles.
One of my favorite finds was a 1903 reprint of the original 1828 version of Webster’s dictionary.
Remembrance Day is a memorial observed by Canadians and other Commonwealth country members to remind us of those who fought and died in the line of duty to keep us free.
Looking back the church until around 100 years ago was like a fortress, with watchmen around its parapets. All seemed well, but the enemy was already inside.
I’ve had believers in Canada object to the logical conclusions of my presentations over the last 20 years that eventually the Bible will be outlawed.
There are certain people that can take a limited number of facts in the present and come to very accurate conclusions regarding what will likely occur in the future.
Let’s work together to raise up a next-generation that love their Lord with all of their heart, strength, soul, and mind!
Many Christian leaders have inserted themselves into political issues over the past six months. Watching them attempt to be relevant in a culture that has dismissed them is embarrassing to watch.
For decades now, many Christian leaders in the West have dedicated themselves to convince the pew sitter to accept the world’s interpretations of origins.
In a world where the concept of absolute truth seems to be viewed increasingly like pink unicorns, Bible skeptics seem inclined to deal in the abstract rather than deal with concrete principles.
“Why are you wearing that old thing?”
I would guess that many a married man has heard a similar query coming from their wife at some point in their marriage.
Even the “average” octopus species is truly incredible, capable of rapid color changes a chameleon could only dream of.
Conversations with many pastors, ministry leaders, and laypersons alike today (especially many seniors) often feel like there should be an overlay of Chopin’s Funeral March in behind them.
Declaring that because some passages are hard to understand somehow means the majority of the Bible needs special knowledge beyond what the average person understands simply isn’t justified.
Jesus’ command to “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations . . . ” in Matthew 28:19 is an integral part of the mission statement of most churches.
Headlines touting the prevalence of the systematic racism that permeates western culture continue to jam news and social media feeds around the world.
The entire creation groans because of the curse and is evidence that something is desperately wrong with this world.
Having spoken on the topics of biblical creation, and ultimately the authority of God’s Word for almost 20 years now, it apparent that the church in Canada struggles to equip lay Christians.
I have to be honest: it always amazes me when I meet a fellow believer that downplays Genesis 1–11 as irrelevant to the Gospel.
Many times believers find themselves in a philosophical debate as skeptics sometimes try to undermine the very concept of biblical absolutes rather than discussing specific scientific facts.
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