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Ultimately, evolution is an attempt by a pagan religion to explain life without God. This is nothing new. Actually, the idea of evolution is quite ancient.
Either most rock layers were laid down slowly and are evidence for millions of years, or they were deposited catastrophically and are testimony of Noah’s Flood.
Most dating techniques point to a very young earth, and only a few radiometric-dating methods suggest an old earth.
No matter what idea a Christian may use to attempt to squeeze millions of years into the Bible, they all have the problem of putting death before Adam’s sin.
What is recorded in the pages of Scripture is a “birth certificate” for the earth and universe—a way of identifying the birth date and calculating the age.
“God could have created over millions of years, right?” Of course, but the question is not what God could have done; rather, what did He say He did.
Actually, He did make it perfect. Today’s world is a shattered representation of God’s original creation.
Christians are instructed to build all of their thinking on the foundation of God’s Word by taking every thought captive and making it obedient to Christ.
As we discussed the most effective ways of accomplishing these goals in today’s culture, a common notion kept reoccurring and rightfully so.
This latest cultural call to worship the idol of humanism should awaken us to the rapid “secular reformation” happening all around us.
We are no longer an Acts 2 culture; there can be little doubt that we have transitioned to an Acts 17 culture.
If we think about it, years ago in the 40s, 50s, and early 60s, America was very much like the Acts 2 culture Peter was preaching to.
I know I’m late to the party but welcome to the New Year! This is my first blog post of 2015 and so many things have already happened in the infancy of this New
Have you ever noticed how little attention is given to the typical funeral in the Bible? I mean, even the funerals of the really “iconic” biblical figures. Take
Although exceedingly true of my physical family, in this case I’m talking about my spiritual family! I’ve had the honor of speaking at three different
“Wow! This is so much to take in! It’s great information, I see the relevance and need for change, but where do I begin? I feel like I’m drinking out of a fire
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