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.
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…Continue
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…Continue
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…Continue
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…Continue