Many end times teachers believe that prophecies in Revelation predict that the city of Babylon will be rebuilt. They point to the mention of Babylon in Revelation 14, 16, 17, and 18 as proof that the city will be restored as a worldwide hub of commerce only to be destroyed again. Is that really true?… Continue reading Will the city of Babylon ever rise from ruin?
A megachurch in Louisville, Kentucky, has decided to end its relationship with the Boy Scouts of America after the organization voted to allow gay young men to become scouts. The executive pastor of the church, Tim Hester, explained that Southeast Christian Church has godly missions to fulfill and the Boy Scouts are moving in the… Continue reading Louisville church shows Boy Scouts the door
The state of Texas is known throughout the country for leading the way in school curricula and setting the standard for textbooks used all across America. But a curriculum adopted in recent years just proved too much for many Texans to bear with the left wing ideals that it was teaching public school kids. Known… Continue reading Texas dumps controversial CSCOPE curriculum
I'm one who doesn't buy into all accounts of near death experiences when people claim to have flatlined and were welcomed into heaven by God, especially when they use such testimony to claim that all people of all faiths make it in. But there are enough cases from people who are believers out there that… Continue reading As more eyewitness proof of heaven mounts, churches avoid subject
A close look at the Bible reveals that God sets aside different time periods to reveal different aspects to mankind about himself. This is why to the untrained, unsaved mind he seems to be more than one god and has falsely been accused of being so. One of the favorite attacks by unbelievers against Christianity… Continue reading The day God first revealed himself as Jehovah
It gives God great pleasure to search throughout the Earth to find people who will serve him in spirit and truth with their whole heart. He gets joy out of sharing his spiritual blessings with people who are set apart for his service. But finding such people among the population has always been a rare… Continue reading Despising exceptionalism makes one exceptionable
A Texas judge who awarded Texas high school cheerleaders a preliminary injunction several months ago, allowing them to display Bible verses at games, has ruled in favor of the cheerleaders in a summary judgment handed down today. The case was set to go to trial on June 24. The Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) pressured the… Continue reading Texas cheerleaders win summary judgment for Bible verse banners