The Bible points to vast difference that unbelievers and believers have. How then can we witness to unbelievers? If there are so many differences, how can we witness to them? Is it possible to have some point of a contact with someone who is of a different faith, or perhaps no faith at all? The answer is yes. God created all things and everything must serve Him. Christians have been brought out of darkness into God’s marvelous light. There is no neutral common ground between the believer and…Continue
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Ken Ham just published an article on his interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper. In the interview, Ham's faith and the Ark Project in Northern Kentucky were attacked by a member of the Body of Christ (or, at least, someone who claims to be a member). The…Continue
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I'm the editor of the Baptist Trumpet, the weekly publication of the Baptist Missionary Association of Arkansas. We have a circulation of about 11,500. This is the review of Mrs. Jones' book that will appear in this week's issue of our newspaper:
The Case Of The Missing Mountain
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m very weak in the area of science. As a matter of fact, the only “D” I ever made in school was in Biology. (It was the grading period…Continue
I came across a rather interesting blog post from a Rev John A Shuck, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethton, Tennessee, and a signator of…Continue
Founder & CEO of Answers in Genesis,Ken Ham, can be heard on two different Christian radio programs Thursday, Jan. 20. He will be discussing a couple of his new books published by Master Books. At 12:30 p.m. CST catch Ken Ham on Knowing the Truth Radio, hosted by Pastor Kevin Boling,…Continue
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This article features predictions made by climate scientists that have all failed to come true. Yet many global warming alarmists hold to the position that if you reject their claims, you aren’t scientific and you don’t understand science.
Many of the quotes are decades old and their failure to come true could be explained by…Continue
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In 2006, atheist Dr Michael Zimmerman first encouraged churches to preach Darwin from their pulpits on the Sunday worship service nearest Charles Darwin's birthday. 467 churches allegedly participated in his first Evolution Sunday. Granted, there were a fair number of cults tossed in with legitimate Christian denominations and nearly all were churches from liberal, mainline denominations at that. Nevertheless, the number of congregations participating grew to 618 in 2007.
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I love Jurassic Park. Yes, I'm aware that it's an athiestic, shameless bit of evolutionary propaganda, but I still love the film. Like most little boys (and even most little girls, I think!), dinosaurs fascinated me like nothing else. Ankylosaurus, Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops . . . they were all awesome. I still have my two or three dozen dinosaur toys somewhere in my attic, in fact.
So I read both books, watched all three movies, and I was enthralled. Dinosaurs…Continue
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Sustainability is a huge buzz word on campus. Sustainability goals and progress are posted in various campus buildings. This fall Dartmouth freshmen were greeted with posters promoting the idea.…Continue
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What do we do when source documents contradict themselves or are unclear? What do we do when we can't know for sure what an author originally intended? How, then, do we convey information accurately?
As always, let's start with a non-Biblical example and then move into the Scriptures. I have a friend who was born in another country and moved here to America when he was in his mid-twenties. What's interesting about my friend is that he is unsure about how old he…Continue
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by Chris Parker, Copyright 2010
2010 came in like a lion with a major earthquake in Chile and went out with snow like lamb’s wool covering many parts of the…Continue
The Case of the Missing Mountain, by Kim Jones
Kids, grab your caps and team up with rangers Jack and Jen to solve The Case of the Missing Mountain. Complete the puzzles, master the mazes, and secure the secret codes. Solve all eight mysteries to become an official Mystery Ranger. Download your personalized badge and certificate at www.thenaturetour.com. You will find more activities to download there as…Continue
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When you hear the name Sir Isaac Newton, the subject that immediately comes to mind is history, right? Yeah, me neither. Who knew that Newton wrote an amazing book about Ancient History? I sure didn't.
I had the…Continue
The book Elements of Faith is a cross between Science…Continue
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