Can the Bible help you predict the future? Maybe once in a while. But more importantly, God’s amazing book will equip you to face the questions of the future with accuracy and confidence. A few examples: How Did the ‘Indians’ Get to America? When Columbus reached the New World in 1492, most people were not … More Signz & Wonderz
The first homicide in the Bible happens on page 3! With a handgun you can instantly destroy another life by accident, without even thinking. But beating someone to death with your fists….? And the killer not only gets away with it, but he literally receives a divine tattoo warning others not to harm him! We … More Blood of My Brother
We all believe in Eden. It’s why the Bible still haunts our godless age. Even unbelievers and pagans who have never opened the Book of Genesis hunger for that place where everything works the way our hearts say it should. We continue to bet heavily on marriage, even after so much wreckage from divorce, mindless … More Return to the Lost Kingdom
Peter Pan is not a selfless hero in the book that inspired the movies and the musical. In the pages of James M. Barrie’s novel, Peter is generally a brat, inconsiderate of others and obsessed with his own whims and amusements. His interest in Wendy, for example, is never romantic; mostly just his need for … More Lost Boys
It doesn’t take any faith at all to believe in God. Even atheists know there is a God. Otherwise, why would an intelligent individual build his adult identity around the defiance of someone who doesn’t exist? Worse yet, why get so angry at an imaginary being or publish books denouncing him? The Christian Faith rests … More The Fearful & the Faithless
Two prisoners have been locked away in this pitch-black underground bunker, a sort of black hole of Calcutta. They have endured weeks of complete and utter darkness. Suddenly, inmate #1 cries, “Look! A light! There’s a light breaking through!” His comrade twists left and right, shouting “Where? Where? I don’t see anything!” Inmate #1 replies, … More Did you See the Gorilla?
Most of us can’t even pronounce 700,000,000,000,000,000,000, much less count there. For people who aren’t math geniuses, it’s 700 Quintillion. According to recent research in Sweden, that’s the number of planets in the cosmos. But the scientific team learned something else from their epic research project: amid those 700 quintillion planets, the Earth is one … More Scientifically, We’re Not Here