Many of us (creationists and evolutionists alike) often demand "proof" - or present "proof" - for our views; that proof, however, simply cannot exist. What we usually present is evidence. What do I mean?
Let's take this out of the Creation realm and put it more secularly. If you were to assert that there's no such thing as a million dollars, and then demand proof that there is, I would have only one option of proof: to take a physical stack of one million dollars, set…Continue
Saturday Worship vs. Sunday Worship
The purpose of this exposé is not to determine whether the practice of Saturday worship or Sunday worship is correct. Rather, it is…Continue
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So whose son was Jesus?
The pharisees said that(somewhere in matthew, I can't remember where!) he was the son of David
But didn't David call him 'my lord"?
Would you call your son 'my lord"? No.
So if David called Jesus his lord, how could he be his son?
Just a little something
Open to comments!
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Can God make a rock that He can't lift?
Think carefully before you answer that. We, as Christians, often claim that God is omnipotent - that is, we say He can do everything, and so to state that He can't lift a rock seems utterly impossible. This is, however, nonsense. God is all powerful, but that is not the same as being able to do everything.
Let us put this more plainly. Christ himself remarked that he neither knew the day nor hour at which his return would…Continue
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Life of Luther is an historic, comprehensive biography of the most influential leader of the Protestant Reformation. This detailed biography of Martin Luther was reproduced from an 1850 American Sunday School Union original. It brings to light the contributions Luther made to the faith that continue to impact our lives even today. From scholar…Continue
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They loved this book!…Continue
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On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the “Castle Church” in Wittenberg, Germany, sparking the Protestant Reformation.
Martin Luther’s actions were a challenge to the extraBiblical teachings of his day, particularly regarding the sale of indulgences and the material hypocrisy of a wealthy Church that was building elaborate houses of worship with the money of poor believers rather than from its own…
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The Discovery of Design is a book that looks at nature from theContinue
microscopic to the stars in the heavens. This book shows how many…
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Let me introduce you to Jax, Isaiah (Izzy), JT, and Micky. All four of these teens attend one of the top science schools in the nation. These technology geeks are creating some pretty interesting experiments for their school’s science fair. Jax, whose dad was a top scientist, is angry at God after his father’s death. Izzy is Jax’s best friend and lab partner who doesn’t really buy into the whole God thing. JT is Jax’s former girlfriend who is a Christian. Micky is…Continue
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