A Review of 10 Discoveries in Archaeology Confirming the Accuracy of the Bible

Scott Lanser and Bryan Windle of the Associates for Biblical Research highlight what they consider to be the top 10 archaeological discoveries that confirm the historical accuracy of New Testament accounts in this 26-minute video released on June 16. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCk0AzjdrH4

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How Newer Bible Versions Confuse Lucifer With Jesus Christ

If you've ever read through the whole Bible, you will notice that there are quite a few terms and names used to refer only to the Messiah, in anticipation of his arrival in the Old Testament or to announce that he has arrived in the New Testament or to highlight the expectation of his second... Continue Reading →

God doesn’t need original manuscripts to preserve his inerrant word

It's accepted practice these days for both Christians and critics of Christianity to place emphasis on the importance of the Bible's original manuscripts. To listen to their arguments, one would draw the conclusion that the same God who is powerful enough to speak a non-existent universe into existence and to raise the dead somehow isn't... Continue Reading →

You May Get Static No Matter What You Do For Christ

One thing among many that I enjoy about genuine Christian ministry is how the Lord uses an array of methods to distribute his message. Some saints are more low-key about how they share the gospel while others are more intense, sociable, and energetic about it. Regardless of the personal method preferred, I've seen the Lord... Continue Reading →

God-haters have a death wish, God-lovers have a life guarantee

Time and again in God's word, the truth is laid bare concerning the ultimate spiritual state of those who genuinely love God and the things of God in contrast to those who consciously or subconsciously hate him and anything that resembles him. Although we can come up with an endless variety of ways to label... Continue Reading →

God is in the details of our solar system

This past February, astronomer Dr. Jason Lisle of the Bible Science Institute taught a Sunday School session at Indian Hills Community Church in Lincoln, Nebraska. His lesson was a tour guide of the heavenly bodies in our solar system using images from various spacecraft sent out to explore the wonders of our celestial neighbors. Dr.... Continue Reading →

Bible literacy electives for public schools gains momentum

While some public school officials in certain areas of the U.S. are determined to push Islam on public school kids as part of a required curriculum, there are legislators and school officials who see the benefits of offering elective courses discussing the Bible as part of non-compulsory classes. With the help of attorneys, they have... Continue Reading →

Media propaganda touts benefits of human microchipping

mark: A spot, area, or feature on a person's or animal's body by which they may be identified or recognized. (Oxford English Dictionary) A symbol, name, or other identifier... (Freedictionary.com) Last week, PBS News Hour featured the story in the video below exploring the benefits of microchipping humans. In one segment of the report, they even feature an emotional story... Continue Reading →

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