It’s clear there’s a certain amount of superstition in what this suffering woman believes about Jesus Christ. But the power of that amazing Messiah reverses her illness and instantly restores her to health. … More It’s Not What you Know….
If someone is truly a beloved friend, surely he doesn’t expect me to disregard my deepest convictions in order to remain in his good graces. It’s not about whether a friend is good enough for me. Rather, logic says I would never “celebrate” something I find deadly, destructive and morally offensive. … More The Christian Brain, Part 1
If the USA is superior at all, it’s simply because we’re just two decades behind! We are quickly following in the footsteps that have led Europe to decline and despair. Morals are destructive. Marriage is obsolete. Gay is good. Sex is a toy. Drugs are good for everything. Hard work is to be avoided. The Christian Faith is superstition. Rules are made to be broken by the truly intelligent. … More Hot! Hot! Hot!
The biblical concept of the fall of man does not sync with Darwin’s theory about the rise of man. … More Remembering Adam
Clocks remind us that human beings began to make progress when we discovered how to synchronize our lives with something bigger and more stable than a human life on the Planet Earth. By adjusting our lives according to the larger standards of the solar system, we imported new order and unity into our lives as inviduals and communities. … More The Tick Tock of Eternity
A celebrated physicist and author made headlines earlier this week when he relegated Heaven to the same realm of fiction as Neverland, Narnia and the planet Krypton. “I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail,” Dr. Stephen Hawking told an interviewer. “There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers. … More Dr. Hawking’s Broken Computer
In his new book, Dancing in the Glory of Monsters, author Jason K. Stearns recounts the true story of a pygmy who was brought to the USA from the Central Congo in 1904. The poor man, Ota Benga, was displayed in a monkey house at the Bronx Zoo. Every day some 40,000 guests visited the exhibit, which also featured an orangutan in order … More True 2 the Gospel