Is There Evidence Dinosaurs Survived Noah’s Flood?

Thomas Bailey and Matt Bondy of Creation Ministries International in Canada discuss evidence from the Bible, history, and legends that point to humans co-existing with dinosaurs in this video released January 15, 2020. They also touch on how misconceptions about the giant reptiles have led people to question the Bible's accuracy and historical validity. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xe0FO0oGSfA

Forever Accepted, Never Rejected

In Psalm 94, the psalmist was having a difficult time understanding some of the things he witnessed that were occurring in society. It seemed to him as if people who committed injustices were having free reign without repercussions, while those who were focused on living godly had targets on their backs. He wondered if God... Continue Reading →

When We Honor God, It Means We Have A Heart

A couple of weeks ago, the Boston Globe featured an article about growing efforts across the US to decriminalize/legalize prostitution, even at the federal level. Can you guess what political group is leading the charge on that? That party's push to address this issue even led one libertarian journalist, Elizabeth Nolan Brown, to weigh in... Continue Reading →

Creationist Jay Seegert Discusses Some Scientific Accuracies in the Bible

Physicist and creationist Jay Seegert of Wisconsin visited this week with David Rives of David Rives Ministries to discuss how recent scientific discoveries confirm what the Bible says about the origins of oceans, human genetics, genetic mutations, how evolutionists have had to correct their models or theories based on these discoveries, and other related topics.... Continue Reading →

The Free Will of Angels

https://www.facebook.com/CrossExamined.org/videos/581509045746603/ In the Facebook video above, Christian apologist Frank Turek answers the question that highlights the fact God gave free will to angels before he created humans. Another subject that came up in his answer was the fact that God does not redeem angels--the redemption plan was only for mankind. Although Turek doesn't go into... Continue Reading →

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 →

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