Grasping the Honor of God by Rejecting an Obsession with the Honor of Men

The Lord Jesus expressed his love for people in a variety of ways in the gospels. His love was not only displayed in his forgiveness, spending time with people, and miracles, it was also displayed in his frankness by telling people what they needed to hear about themselves. He definitely was not one to try... Continue Reading →

Chosen to Know the Mysteries of the Kingdom of God

One of Jesus' most well-known parables is the parable of the seed and the sower. It's chock-full of spiritual truths that can help us discern God's character, our own character, the character of others in several ways, and the spiritual truths of how his kingdom works. It's simple, yet at the same time complex. After... Continue Reading →

Walk About Zion to Remember God’s Lovingkindness

Taking physical tours of historical sites is a common pastime for those who have the opportunity to visit different places at home and abroad. Tours educate us about the good, bad, and ugly things that have happened in history to serve as reminders to us about the positive things that we can benefit from or... Continue Reading →

David & Bathsheba: It Was Adultery, Not Rape

Rachael Denhollander, the first woman to accuse U.S. Olympic doctor Larry Nassar of sexual assault, has set off a heated discussion on social media. In response to a post by Matt Smethurst of Christian website The Gospel Coalition that delineated the sins of men of God in the Bible, Denhollander posted, "David raped. It’s important... Continue Reading →

Sometimes Stereotypes and Stigmas Can Secure Us

As fallible human beings, we sometimes can make assumptions about individuals or groups of people based on what we've been told or based on what we've seen that lead us to make generalizations regarding them. The Bible teaches us not to be respecters of persons (i.e. showing favoritism) or to dismiss, unjustly judge, or look... Continue Reading →

Evolutionists Find Water On Another Distant Planet, Hype It Up As Potentially Life-Bearing

Before I jump into this newly-discovered planet approximately 110 light years away, I would like to remind you that in order to get continued research funding, scientists must tout a major discovery and present information backed by theories surrounding that information which may or may not be true. It just has to be shown to... Continue Reading →

The Ancient City of Tyre Demonstrates Bible Prophecy Fulfilled

Bible critics and skeptics, desperate to make God and the Bible look bad, are keen on spreading the lie that various Bible prophecies aren't being fulfilled. One such example is the ancient city of Tyre. Ezekiel in the following prophecy predicted Tyre's utter destruction: 32 And in their wailing they shall take up a lamentation... Continue Reading →

Refuting 13 Alleged Contradictions About Christ’s Crucifixion & Resurrection

A few years ago, Mike Winger of biblethinker.org released the YouTube video below to discuss several alleged Bible contradictions listed by Bible critics at infidels.org. A whole host of alleged contradictions are listed at that website, so Winger chose to cover 13 from the list that attacked Christ's crucifixion and resurrection. In the video, Winger discusses... Continue Reading →

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