People understand that the truth matters. We base our decisions and actions on what we perceive to be true. For instance, if someone is about to take medicine, they count on the label to be true so that they do not ingest anything harmful. They want the truth about whether or not any cars are coming when they are about to walk across the street. The Truth concerning our souls, and its eternal destiny, is incredibly important and merits serious investigation.
Added by Robert Driskell on April 25, 2012 at 11:36am — No Comments
In this postmodern age, many people believe that the best worldview is to let each person construct his or her own version of truth. The mantra of “What’s true for me may not be what’s true for you” is becoming the banner under which this ‘new and improved’ humanity operates. They wonder, if truth is whatever we want it to be, why we continue to debate and discuss the concept of God.
There is a popular idea circulating today that says, “Truth is irrelevant and, if we would…Continue
But it so happened that the other day I was talking to a young man at college and without warning I was catapulted into the middle of a faith conversation. One second, we’re talking about his interests in re-enacting medieval warfare. The next, he suddenly…Continue
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Scripture tells us that when one becomes a Christian, there is a transformation that takes place in…Continue
Added by Tony J. Bowe on April 14, 2012 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Oh, we creationists do point out that this fallen and flood-scarred creation groans and travails for rebirth [Romans 8:22]; that Paul linked the Creation [in the First Adam] to the…Continue
Added by Tony Breeden on April 13, 2012 at 2:52pm — No Comments
Title: God Forsaken
Author: Dinesh D’Souza
Note: I received…
Added by Lisa Johnson on April 11, 2012 at 1:24pm — No Comments
Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God! Romans 11:33
Man is free to choose any option that comes to his focused attention that is not hindered nor prevented by an influence beyond his control. Man’s will is not free of all hindrance and prevention.
The freewill of man is influenced by many things. Among these influences are personal habits and addictions, man’s immediate environmental and interpersonal…Continue
I have been noticing snakes in cultural myths lately. Sometime I may post more about this subject but today when many Christians celebrate Christ's victory over sin and death I wanted to mention a few things. The snake is often a symbol for new life but our Savior is the one who created life, sustains life and gives us "abundant life". The serpent was at the tree of knowledge of good and evil but our Savior will give us to eat of the Tree of Life in the paradise of God (Rev. 2:7).…Continue
Added by Steven Posey on April 8, 2012 at 8:02am — No Comments
The whole universe was in the mind of God,
Then over six thousand years ago,
He molded life in sod.
Then men began to sin, inventing fables without end.
God sent His Son to conquer sin,
He rose again; you’ll meet Him face to face.
God’s word defines reality,
The perfect guide to sanity,
It all begins and ends with God’s plan. PLAN!
A is for Adam is more than just a child's picture book. It is a fun and interesting way to teach your children all about the truths in the book of Genesis. One truth is presented for each letter of the alphabet from A to Z using wonderful, truthful rhymes. "A is for Adam; God made him from dust. He wasn't a monkey, he looked just like us. Although some scientists don't think it was so, it was God who was there, and He ought to know." The illustrations that go along with the poems are…Continue
Added by Lisa Trombley on April 5, 2012 at 9:03am — No Comments
Title: Words Spoken True
Author: Ann H. Gabhart www.annhgabhart.com
Note: This blogger gratefully acknowledges the gift of the book for the review signed by the author. Other reviews are located at…
Added by Lisa Johnson on April 3, 2012 at 7:51pm — No Comments