Fellow college classmate posed the following and was curious what everyone thinks.I saw an article about a woman who adopted embryos that had been frozen and left over from the process of invitro…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Zuma Aug 14, 2013.
This is just a random thought I had last night while watching TV with my wife and oldest son. Ultimately it's probably more a rhetorical question than anything; and maybe there is something written…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by General Nate Jul 6, 2013.
God told Adam and Eve in Genesis 2:17 not to eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. In Genesis 3:2,3 Eve tells the serpent that they can not eat or touch of the tree. She twisted God's…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by James (Jim) Brenneman Jun 14, 2013.
Good morning. I have been in several discussions with people in which we are talking about young earth verses old earth. Everything from a theological discussion to a scientific discussion to a…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by James (Jim) Brenneman May 21, 2013.
Recently I heard the argument that you cannot take the Genesis account of creation as a literal 6-24 hour day event. The base argument for this is the sun was not created until day 4, therefore the “days” of creation cannot be literal days. First of all, I find it hard to understand why this person uses the literal forth day of creation to prove that the 6-24 hour days of creation is not literal? Well, never mind the logical fallacy being…Continue
The Darwinist has a problem. He can’t believe what he believes is really true to not. He has no way of knowing beyond all doubt that evolution is true. The only way he can know anything for certain is to borrow from a world view that contains absolute truth. This would be the theistic worldview, where absolute truth is God and His Word. But wait, don’t those who believe in evolution believe in absolute truth? Of course they do, but according to their world view, they shouldn’t. Evolution…Continue
Have you ever seen those special news reports asking you, “What would you do?” The premise of the show is to present a case such as a bully picking on another kid or someone being robbed and see if the innocent passerby would do anything to help, just keep walking, or even worse; stand and watch the event happen. What would you do?
What exactly would you do if faced with this event?
There was one named Barabbas, who was in prison with rebels who had committed murder during…Continue