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Non-profit organization fully funds Bible elective course in Chattanooga

It's encouraging when parts of the US known as the "Bible Belt" remain true to that nickname. Chattanooga, Tennessee is one of those places. Privately-funded non-profit organization Bible in the Schools, located in that city, just gave the Hamilton County Department of Education (HCDE) in Chattanooga $1 million to take care of all expenses for… Continue reading Non-profit organization fully funds Bible elective course in Chattanooga

Bible · encouragement · End times · God · life · love · religion · wisdom

For Christ’s sake, the sake of others, and your own, have a vision

Having visions from Jehovah God is paramount to an individual's spiritual well-being and to a community's well-being also. By "visions," I mean something genuine that goes beyond fake stuff in some Christian circles such as Benny Hinn causing whole groups of people to fall out while at the foot of his stage. Proverbs 29:15 states,… Continue reading For Christ’s sake, the sake of others, and your own, have a vision

Bible · Israel · religion

Geneticists claim they’ve found modern Canaanites

Geneticists at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute did a genetic test of five supposed Canaanite bodies (three women, two men) they found buried in the ancient city of Sidon in Lebanon and compared their DNA to 99 modern-day Lebanese and found a match of over 90%. The bodies are supposedly from 3,700 years ago, the… Continue reading Geneticists claim they’ve found modern Canaanites

Bible · church · clergy · religion · sexuality

“The Message” Bible creator defends gay marriage

This is yet another reason I will hold to the King James Version. Eugene Peterson, who created the "Message Bible" (a paraphrase touted as God's word that really adds to it and takes away from it), is now openly defending gay marriage. Peterson claims he has gotten to know many gays and lesbians over the… Continue reading “The Message” Bible creator defends gay marriage

Bible · Christianity · encouragement · God · Holy Spirit · life · love · religion

It’s good for me to draw near to God

We may be living in a period where many are forsaking the Lord because they are deceived by the seemingly attractive things of the world, but I thank God that his Holy Spirit in me continues to encourage me to draw near to my Heavenly Father with my whole heart. With his loving persistence, the… Continue reading It’s good for me to draw near to God

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Street preachers in the UK win their appeal

An appeals court has overturned the convictions of two street preachers in the UK. Michael Overd of  England and Michael Stockwell of the US were initially arrested for preaching at a shopping center in Bristol, England, after being heckled by some Muslims in the crowd even though their sermon was against all sin in general… Continue reading Street preachers in the UK win their appeal

Bible · Christianity · education · law · religion · school · U.S. Constitution

Kentucky governor signs law incorporating Bible as social studies elective

A law allowing the Bible to be included as a topic for social studies electives will take effect in Kentucky this Friday, June 30, after Kentucky's governor, Matt Bevin, signed a bill passed by both houses of the Kentucky legislature. School boards around the state will take part in helping craft curricula to establish parameters… Continue reading Kentucky governor signs law incorporating Bible as social studies elective

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Christian school ordered to ban offensive Bible verses

The school board in the small town of Battle River, Alberta, in Canada is attempting to bully Cornerstone Christian Academy into dropping any teachings about any Bible verses that may be offensive to anyone. John Carpay, an attorney with Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom, a Canadian constitutional law non-profit, is taking up the legal battle… Continue reading Christian school ordered to ban offensive Bible verses

Bible · creationism · education · evolution · religion · school · science

Fossil record happened quickly, actually debunks millions of years

Why do people believe fossils formed over millions of years? This 28-minute video shows why and then explains why fossils actually happened very quickly.

Bible · crime · End times · God · human rights · judgment · law · religion · sexuality · sodomy

The end times rape culture

No one deserves to be raped, whether female or male, child or adult, incarcerated prisoner or law abiding citizen roaming free. It's just as wrong for a female to rape a male as it is for a male to rape a female regardless the age or status of the victim. Thanks to various women's movements… Continue reading The end times rape culture