As they slowly and incrementally work toward the micromanaged world of the future authoritarian God-hating dictator called the beast in Revelation, a number of international organizations and multinational corporations are developing a new electronic system for tracking people. Following their philosophy of never letting a good crisis go to waste, globalists are using COVID-19 testing... Continue Reading →
The Lord Jesus asked that question of disciples and unbelievers gathered around him to hear the parable of the widow and the unjust judge in Luke 18. Although the Messiah admitted he didn't know the day or hour when our Heavenly Father would send him back for his church, I'm inclined to believe he knew... Continue Reading →
Benjamin Franklin once said, "...in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." Of course, we know that was an oversimplified cynical remark which isn't completely true. There are several other things we can see are certain if we know the Bible and history well enough. One such certainty is... Continue Reading →
Employees of Answers in Genesis cover the following topics in this video: "Japanese seaweed farmer traps nine-arm octopus; Geneticists research migration through DNA; Nickelodeon helps transgender actor to coach children; Dogmatic activists want retail stores to stop distinguishing boys and girls; Professors study 2,500 grade-schoolers to find most-effective method of evolutionary indoctrination; Secular Democrats plan... Continue Reading →
Os Guinness shares interesting, thought-provoking views on American society, the historical situations that affected it over the centuries, and what role Christians may play in the culture. This video is an hour long and is sponsored by the C. S. Lewis Institute.
On the evening of December 7th at an apartment building in Thai Binh, Vietnam, a mother who had been caring for her 3-year-old boy had to leave their eighth floor apartment to see after some personal business on the first floor of the building. While she was out of the apartment, the boy went out... Continue Reading →
When Peter penned his second epistle, in chapter 1 of the letter he hoped all saints would make their "calling and election sure" (v. 10) and that they would hold the truths of the gospel "always in remembrance" (v. 15). The apostle then shared the proof for how and why it would be possible for... Continue Reading →
A good reputation. That's what most of us desire to maintain in this life. If we are born into a family with good parents, one of the main things they expect of us as we grow up is that we avoid doing anything that messes up their good name. That principle in the secular world... Continue Reading →