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A Blunder of Cosmic Proportions

“God is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.” Universal salvation is God’s plan, his ultimate goal. The question is, does God’s plan ultimately end in failure. 252 more words


Literary Critics Examine the New Testament

The facts presented in the New Testament have a large amount of corroboration from sources outside the Bible (see here, and here, and here). The typical objections to these facts is claiming the Bible to be historical fiction and dismissing miracles outright. 466 more words


Science Series: The Myth that Galileo Goes to Jail

Everyone knows the story of how Galileo was persecuted by the church: after inventing the telescope, Galileo turns the lenses to the stars and proves that the earth revolves around the sun and not the sun around the earth. 993 more words


What about all the other Creation Stories? - Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
One of the frequent objections to allowing the teaching of creation in public schools is that if “creationism” is taught, all other different cultural stories concerning creation would have to be brought into a science classroom. 568 more words


The Exclusivity of the First Commandment

The Foundation

Reformed confessions like the Westminster Confession of Faith and London Baptist 1689 Confession of Faith begin with the doctrine of Scripture in order to emphasize that the written divine revelation of God is the foundation upon which all doctrines must be built. 623 more words


The Blessing of Being a Peace Maker

A 2013 statement on the tensions that exist between Calvinism and Arminianism from an Advisory Committee within the Southern Baptist Convention was written to create discussion within the local church. 538 more words

Christian Living

The Resurrection of course...

“In Christian apologetics, no historical argument surpasses the resurrection of Jesus for its sheer evidential force.”1 Regardless of such strong evidence there have been, and possibly always will be, objections as to whether or not Jesus physically rose from the dead.  3,269 more words