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Can Science and Religion Be Reconciled?

To be honest, I struggled with this question for years. My faith suffered as a result. After all, the Bible is supposed to be the inspired Word of God. 770 more words

The Chiliasts (early premillennialists) and John Bunyan

In my ongoing interests in premillennialism and church history, lately I have been looking more closely at the earlier premillennialists (pre-19th century), and particularly John Bunyan.  880 more words


Are You Sharp? Ageless Proverbial Wisdom

Ending our reading through the Book of Proverbs with 144.) Proverbs chapters 25 thru 27 and 145.) Proverbs chapters 28 thru 31, I am amazed and awed by the timelessness of wisdom. 446 more words


Darwin and our species

While I was lamenting creating a better, faster, smarter, stronger gambusia, I experienced the patience of a hunting fisherman. Of course, my ADD clicked in and my mind wasn’t concentrating on the catch too well. 159 more words

Personal Thoughts

Radiometric Age-Dating--What is it?

Many of you have probably heard the assertion that radiometric age-dating has proven the earth is old, somewhere around 4.6 billion years old. A bunch of scientists believe this, but there are those who don’t and I happen to be one of them. 829 more words

Age Of Earth

Old Earth Evolution vs. Young Earth Creation

Old Earth Evolution vs. Young Earth Creation | A lopsided debate




I’ve certainly learned a great deal about the ongoing debate between young earth creationism and old earth evolution.  1,294 more words


Book Excerpt: N.T. Wright’s Surprised by Scripture. Do We Need a Historical Adam?

Today I downloaded, via Kindle, N.T. Wright’s new book, Surprised by Scripture: Engaging Contemporary Issues. In it he gives his take on a wide variety of issues today swirling in religion, science, politics, and the coming of Jesus. 450 more words

Theology, Scripture, Theologians