Monthly Archives: November 2016

Finely Tuned Cosmos

Howard A. Smith, a lecturer in the Harvard University Department of Astronomy and a senior astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, penned an opinion piece for the Washington Post this past Thanksgiving break about how we are to be

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Factual Evidence to Support the Historicity of the Bible

Source: http://www.equip.org/articles/biblical-archaeology-factual-evidence-to-support-the-historicity-of-the-bible Archaeological finds that contradict the contentions of biblical minimalists and other revisionists have been listed above. There are many more, however, that corroborate biblical evidence, and the following list provides only the most significant discoveries: A Common Flood Story.

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The Brass Laver for Cleansing

This post is another in the “Tabernacle” series. Select  “Tabernacle” under Categories to view the other posts in this series. The Tabernacle in the wilderness and the Temple(s) in Jerusalem both symbolized the Way to God (through Jesus) via the

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Diminishing Life Spans

According to the Bible, God created the first humans—Adam and Eve—without sin and with the ability to live forever. God gave the first human couple everything they needed for their eternal health and happiness in the Garden of Eden; but

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Temporal Reality

Question: How does one correlate the witnesses of death within our observable universe, death and brutality (suffering) within the animal kingdom on our earth (includes fossil records) and the perfect Garden of Eden, prior to the fall? This is a

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False Perceptions

Here are a couple of statements that I would like to evaluate: “God never uses shame to motivate us toward excellence or right living. He never motivates us by withholding His love from us.” This is 1 of 33 quotes

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Original Sin

I’m going to keep this relatively short. A dear Christian brother of mine posted a post on humility recently and I am going to quote one of his statements. The link to his site (Bill is his name) is here

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My Unrighteousness

That would be me, but let me explain. I now work near a military hospital, the same military hospital that I was a patient in many years ago, to have a snapped ligament in my leg operated on. I’ve been

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Have You Ever Wondered?

Have you ever wondered what it must have been like to gaze into the eyes of Jesus, to hear His voice teaching God’s truth, maybe have Him touch your arm? Can you imagine? Years ago I had the privilege of

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