Robert Driskell
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Debating With Atheistic Evolutionist
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Greetings,I am new to this site, but it looks like just the thing I've been looking for.I write an article for the Examiner (online) and oftentimes I find myself engaging in debate with…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adam J. Benton Apr 12, 2011.

 

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Rebecca commented on Robert Driskell's blog post 'What about Those Who Have Never Heard the Gospel?'
"There are many parts of christianity that can be known by logical reasoning. They could know that there is NO truth in the common idea that, including, evil things, murderers, down toilets, etc, god is "everywhere", or "in…"
Nov 30, 2016
Robert Driskell commented on Murry Rives's group 'David Rives Ministries'
"Watched 'Creation in the 21st Century' for the first time this weekend and just wanted to say how much I appreciate the perspective of the show.  The guests and information were spot on from a bibical standpoint and the information on…"
Jan 19, 2016
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David Rives Ministries

About David Rives Ministries:David Rives Ministries is founded upon and rooted in the scriptural mandate to go into all the world, proclaiming the truth of God’s love through a unique blend of Biblical astronomy, archaeology, music and speaking.We operate through a variety of mediums including, but not limited to, speaking engagements, podcasts, video blogging, music and video.See More
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Robert Driskell and Jim Brenneman are now friends
Nov 19, 2015
Robert Driskell commented on Robert Driskell's blog post 'What about Those Who Have Never Heard the Gospel?'
"Thank you for your comments, Gary.  I think you made some very good observations.  This topic is a favorite of non-believers who claim, "I could never believe in a god that would send someone to hell who never even had a chance to…"
Nov 19, 2015
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Gary Murray commented on Robert Driskell's blog post 'What about Those Who Have Never Heard the Gospel?'
"Well thought out post Robert. Sye Ten Bruggencate once said this "God doesn't send people to Hell for what they DON'T know' He then refers to Romans 1:18-22 "For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all…"
Nov 19, 2015
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Aug 21, 2015
Robert Driskell commented on Randy Pratt's page 'Ask The Expert - Brain Young on Starting a Creation Ministry'
"Hi Brian, Thank you for your service to Christ.  I was just wondering what the major difference(s) is between regular evangelism and creation evangelism.  My creation views definitely agree with AIG, but how much of those views are…"
May 1, 2015
Robert Driskell commented on Mark Blue's blog post 'The measured speed of light and distant objects'
"Mark, Interesting theory.  I can tell you've given it some serious thought.  Are there any books out there written along these lines? It would be interesting to see other's views on this.  The star-light problem (if I might…"
Feb 12, 2015
Robert Driskell replied to Robert Gerald Barnett's discussion 'Yom...a discussion with a coworker, need help!'
"Hi Robert (good name, by the way), When I read the Genesis account of creation, specifically the portion that contains the words "day" and "days", I find that a simple reading (one that does not attempt to impose an evolutionary…"
Aug 21, 2014
Robert Driskell replied to Karissa Adams's discussion 'What were the Waters that God Hovered over?'
"Dr. Blake, I was just thinking that maybe the original creation, before the Fall, was more accurate.  The effects of the Fall might be seen in a certain inaccuracy of the Sun, moon, etc.  Just a thought.  Bless you, brother. Yours in…"
Jul 31, 2014
Courtney Lynne Crum liked Robert Driskell's blog post Ken Ham offers a clear and concise defense of Biblical Creation and its importance to the church
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Wholeheartedly.
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As a resource in the discussion/debate concerning creation/evolution. And to discuss topics in a safe environment (safer than most places on the web, that is). God bless

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What about Those Who Have Never Heard the Gospel?

Posted on October 29, 2015 at 2:36pm 3 Comments

The concern for those who have never heard the Gospel is common for believers everywhere. We should do all that the Lord leads us to do to get the Gospel message to everyone we can; however, there will be some, and have been some, who will never hear the Gospel in their lifetime. Let me lay out some foundational biblical truths that should guide us in our thinking on this subject.

First, we need to remember that God loves humanity enough to send His Son to die on a cross for our sins…

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Worldviews, choices, and destinations.

Posted on October 29, 2015 at 2:35pm 0 Comments

There are two competing foundational worldviews; each one containing radically different end results. 

One worldview, the naturalist/humanist/secular worldview, tells us that we came into being by accident (not guided by intelligence), that the only purpose we have is the purpose we give ourselves, and that we are responsible to no higher being or cause.

The competing worldview, the Biblical worldview, claims that humans were created by God, for His purposes, and that we are…

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Ken Ham offers a clear and concise defense of Biblical Creation and its importance to the church

Posted on December 18, 2013 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

In Ken Ham’s latest book, Six Days (The Age of the Earth and the Decline of the Church), he posits the idea that belief in the theory of evolution causes many to doubt the trustworthiness of the biblical record.  This doubt causes some to question their faith and to turn away from Christ.

Mr. Ham says that, if…

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Book Review: "Don't Miss the Boat" by Paul Taylor

Posted on September 30, 2013 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

Many people think that science and Christianity are at war.  They think that either science has proven Christianity false or the Bible says that science should be avoided or ignored.  Neither of these positions is true, as Paul Taylor points out in his book Don't Miss The…

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At 8:30am on June 17, 2011, Jennifer O. White said…
Thanks for the great review of Already Compromised! We appreciate your help in getting the important message within the book to many more people!
 
 
 

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