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Read through a few sections of Psalm 119. What is it all about?
It is about the psalmist's love for the Word of God. Nearly every single verse speaks of God's Revelation in the Scriptures under one of many different terms (Statutes, Precepts, Law, Testimonies, etc.)
It would be a good exercise to make a list of all these.
Then there are many declarations of the psalmist's attitudes toward the Word of God, his commitments to it, his desires and longings for it. And then…Continue
For those of you who aren't familiar we have several new moderators (Administrators) browsing about online. There are some changes coming to this site to return it to its former glory. More details to follow on that front, but until then, we want to hear from you!
What would you, as an active member, like to see more of (or less of) here at Creation Conversations? Nothing is too small, nothing is too large. Shoot us straight and if we can implement those changes we'll make that…Continue
Might not get the opportunity to say it as I'm traveling to be with family this afternoon. Pray for safe travels this holiday season and open opportunities to fellowship and share God with family and friends. This new look is just for the holiday season. We just want to bring in a bit of a personal touch to the community, hope it sets well.
Wanted to leave you with this article about Thanksgiving, a secular holiday, but one Christians can certainly use to glorify the Lord, 'in…Continue
Added by Gary Murray on November 24, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
Can God grow Gospel seeds planted in a person who is spiritually cold? (See pages 13-30 in “Always Be Ready to Give an Answer!” to learn how to measure spiritual temperature). In my late twenties, I was working on my MBA at Iona College. I was an Atheist hostile to the Gospel and declared my Atheistic beliefs to anyone that would listen. I believed I was perfectly able to control all the parts of my life; after all, I had a wife who was pregnant with our son, two cars, and about to buy my…Continue
Added by Charlie Liebert on November 20, 2015 at 11:19am — No Comments
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
Added by Robert Driskell on October 29, 2015 at 2:35pm — No Comments
People of the earth seem to be so lonely and so full of angst about whether or not there is anyone else “out there.” Why did God create humans in the middle of a vast universe that seems to be empty? Why did God create humans with this God-sized void in our hearts?
The Search for Other…Continue
Adjectives to Describe All that is God
What we you think of when the idea of God comes up? Many words come to mind: Perfection, excellence, superiority, majesty, magnificence, glory, exaltation, radiance, awesomeness, brilliance, beauty and loveliness, splendor, grandeur, supremacy. . . And then there are describers like: Surpassing, breath-taking, tremendous, fearful, amazing, exquisite, overwhelming, beyond imagination, unfathomable, inscrutable, exceptional, transcendent,…Continue
This is a continuation of my blog series responding to the Scientific American Article: 15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense. Today I will talk about three arguments that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, states creationists use against evolution.
The first creationist argument I will talk about is: 7. Evolution cannot explain how life first appeared on earth. Rennie responds…Continue
Added by Kirk A. French on August 4, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments
This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will talk about two arguments that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, states creationists use against evolution.
The first argument I’m going to talk about is: “3. Evolution is unscientific, because it is not testable or falsifiable. It…Continue
Added by Kirk A. French on July 17, 2015 at 8:30pm — No Comments
This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will talk about three arguments that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, states creationists use against evolution. To be perfectly honest, I have never heard these arguments before and they are terrible! I cannot see anyone from any of the creationists…Continue
This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will answer the first argument that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, uses against creationism.
The first argument that Rennie says creationists use is this: “1. Evolution is only a theory. It is not a fact or a scientific law.”…Continue
Added by Kirk A. French on July 8, 2015 at 5:30pm — No Comments
On June 17, 2002, John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, published an article titled, “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. The article states 15 responses to supposedly popular creationist arguments that are used against evolution, not to mention several statements rebuking the alleged atrocity of creationism. Even though Rennie’s article was written in 2002, evolutionists still use…Continue
Added by Kirk A. French on July 6, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments
The Bible (Hebrew: control Latin: biblia, Greek: beta beta lambda Omicron, English: Bible Russian: 6S, 6S Korolev, "(meaning for papyrus)), to religious classic in Judaism and Christianity (including Catholics, Orthodox, and Protestant), also translated as" Lord ". Jewish religious classics refers to the Old Testament part, namely the Tanakh (or Hebrew Bible), and the Christian Bible refers to two parts: the Old Testament and the New Testament.
The Jewish Bible, "Tanach", from the…
Added by Dylan on June 25, 2015 at 8:48pm — No Comments
Right now, here in Texas, we are having the most rain we have had in decades. The Bastrop State Park Dam failed, downtown Austin is in standing water, Houston is underwater, and several lives have been lost. We are not the only ones in a disaster situation, both Oklahoma and Mexico are also having heavy flooding. These events bring up two key issues that are related to Creation: 1. Why would a loving and benevolent God allow bad things, such as these floods, to happen? 2. The need…Continue
Today I read an article from the New York Times by David Brooks titled "Building Spiritual Capital". This article talked about the need for spiritual development in children. The Article said "spiritual awareness is innate and that it is an important component in human development. An implication of her work is that if you care about social mobility, graduation rates, resilience, achievement and family formation,…Continue