The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) reported several days ago that archeologists in Egypt have discovered coins from ancient Egypt that have the biblical Joseph’s name and likeness. MEMRI got the report from Al Ahram, an Egyptian daily. However, I could not find the original report to verify that. These coins were in the… Continue reading Ancient Egyptian coins have Joseph’s name, likeness
According to the Christian Telegraph, a Christian Pakistani man and his Christian wife who used to be Muslim have been granted asylum in the UK. Lawyers for the couple argued their case before the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal in the UK, urging the Tribunal to allow the couple, who were persecuted in Pakistan, to remain… Continue reading Christian Pakistani couple granted asylum in UK
Now when he [Jesus] was in Jerusalem at the passover, in the feast day, many believed in his name, when they saw the miracles which he did. But Jesus did not commit himself unto them, because he knew all men, And needed not that any should testify of man: for he knew what was in… Continue reading Jesus loved people, he just didn’t trust them
In a court case in Florida, which was really a waste of taxpayer money, the ACLU lost on Thursday, Sept. 17. They filed a lawsuit against the high school principal and athletic director of Pace High School in Santa Rosa County for the blessing of a meal on school property. The ACLU charged that the… Continue reading ACLU wants to make Christianity a crime
I built my life like a house That looked secure and strong Then along came an inspector, a preacher from God Who told me it was constructed all wrong. I looked closely to find any problems And when I saw none at all He said, “This house is declared condemned by God You’re gonna need… Continue reading God’s wrecking ball (a poem)
When the topic of a Christian’s salvation from sin arises in religious conversations, I’ve noticed that there is at times some confusion about what salvation is, how one gets saved, and if it can be retained. Some religious leaders teach that salvation is an ongoing process while others say it is a one-time occurrence that… Continue reading can a person KNOW they’re really saved?
As decades have come and gone, those of us who pay attention to the news have noticed that there has been an increase in hatred toward Christians, Christianity, and the Bible. This hatred has risen in its intensity in recent years, manifesting itself in a number of ways, including increased sales of books on atheism/agnosticism,… Continue reading The world’s love for hating all things Christian