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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

Christianity · encouragement · faith · life · spiritual strength

God’s example of a deep, personal revival that really means something

When we need a personal revival and spiritual restoration in our relationship with the Lord, or if we've already experienced it and desire to maintain it, God's word is chock full of ideas for how to bring it about. In 2 Chronicles 29, we see examples of everything that is involved with or contributes to… Continue reading God’s example of a deep, personal revival that really means something

Christianity · encouragement · faith · God · life · religion · spiritual gifts · spiritual strength · wisdom

The value of godly prudence

Chances are that if you are a saint who has sought out and embraced godly wisdom, you also have an attribute called prudence. What is prudence? According to Webster's 1828 dictionary, which defined words based on Biblical contexts, prudence is "wisdom applied to practice." Taking into account Bible verses that mention it, a prudent person… Continue reading The value of godly prudence

Christianity · church · religion · spiritual gifts

Good works are based on God’s good grace doctrine

It's really no thanks to any of us who are saved that we are saved. While all of us were busy being "foolish, disobedient, deceived, serving divers lusts and pleasures, living in malice and envy, hateful, and hating one another" (Titus 3:3), God showed us kindness and love to save us in spite of ourselves… Continue reading Good works are based on God’s good grace doctrine

Christianity · God · judgment · religion

When God doesn’t judge as we had hoped

The prophet Jonah is a representation of how we as Christians can become sometimes, if we're not careful. He was close to God and was used by God in powerful ways, but he was callous and self-centered when it came to his attitude toward Nineveh. Jonah had no choice but to do what God commanded… Continue reading When God doesn’t judge as we had hoped

Bible · Christianity · God

Should I take that Bible passage literally or figuratively?

These days it's not uncommon to hear certain people in Christian circles claim that Bible stories are not literal occurrences but are just symbolic to teach us moral lessons. Others claim the Bible is made up of literal historical occurrences that should not be seen as symbolic even though we as Christians can learn from… Continue reading Should I take that Bible passage literally or figuratively?

Bible · Christianity · End times · faith · religion · spiritual gifts · spiritual strength

Why we as saints can’t afford to rest on our laurels

In the academic world, once professors accomplish certain objectives, such as getting published, they gain tenure and are pretty much set for the rest of their career. When that occurs, all too often the result is that many become slackers in certain respects and tend to rest on their laurels. That can happen also in… Continue reading Why we as saints can’t afford to rest on our laurels

Bible · Christianity · religion · science

A discussion on the Flat Earth myth

Does the Bible teach that the Earth is flat? Was the Flat Earth myth really a predominant Christian teaching in the early church? Did Christopher Columbus expect to find a Flat Earth on his voyage in 1492? These and other topics are covered in the following broadcast of Creation Magazine Live which aired on May… Continue reading A discussion on the Flat Earth myth

Christianity · encouragement · faith · God · life · religion · spiritual strength

Tough times can lead us to high places

No matter how well things go in one’s life, there is always the possibility of something unpredictable occurring that threatens one’s life, livelihood, or peace of mind.  If we were to look around and take stock of the familiar things and familiar people that are present in our lives, the things and people who give… Continue reading Tough times can lead us to high places

Bible · Christianity · End times · freemasonry · government · heresy · philosophy · politics · religion

Tolerance, socialism, psychology, & a world without the KJV: the NWO’s vision

During the throes of World War II, Luciferian Freemason Manly P. Hall was ecstatic over the prospect of building a New World Order (NWO) from the ashes. As a member of various secret societies manipulating (at the Vatican's behest) various occurrences on the world stage, Manly P. Hall acted as a messenger and herald for… Continue reading Tolerance, socialism, psychology, & a world without the KJV: the NWO’s vision