Alisa Childers & Lee Strobel Discuss the Supernatural Realm

Alisa Childers' on her podcast from January 9 below hosts Christian apologist Lee Strobel. They discuss near death experiences, the existence of the soul, the supernatural dimension, and the existence of heaven and hell. They discuss real life cases of what people have experienced when they died and came back to life while they also... Continue Reading →

57-Year-Old Man Gets Heart Transplanted From Genetically-Modified Pig

According to his doctors, 57-year-old David Bennett's heart situation was so bad they had no choice but to try giving him the heart of a genetically-modified pig to prolong his life. He was allegedly "too sick to qualify for a human heart transplant or a mechanical assist device," said his medical team. The pig was... Continue Reading →

UK’s NHS Pressured Disabled Kids to Accept “Do Not Resuscitate” Orders During COVID Panic

During the height of the panic over COVID, healthcare professionals were rightfully hailed as heroes for the sacrifices they made to try to save people with COVID. But now that the churned up panic has subsided a bit (except, of course, for recent efforts to try to stir up panic again with the Omicron con),... Continue Reading →

Rejecting God Always Diminishes or Destroys Advanced Societies

During the reign of King Solomon in ancient Israel, the Hebrews experienced their glory days. Jehovah appeared to Solomon twice when the king, with great humility, sought the Lord's help to reign righteously over the Israelites in order to help his people (1 Kings 3, 9). Solomon's humility led to the Lord's blessing him with... Continue Reading →

Evangelist Leighton Flowers Explains Why He Rejects Calvinist Doctrines

Good Fight Ministries of Simi Valley, California, released this hour-long video on YouTube today discussing Calvinism. Chad Davidson and Joe Schimmel of that ministry hosted Leighton Flowers, who is Director of Evangelism and Apologetics for the Texas Southern Baptists. In the video, Flowers answers questions by Davidson and Schimmel regarding how Calvinism is affecting today's... Continue Reading →

Skills Forged in Hardships, But Used By God’s Holiness

In Exodus 31, the Bible introduces us to two impressive, skillful, and talented men--Bezaleel and Aholiab. Trained to be craftsmen while in the oppressive bondage of Egypt, when God freed them with the rest of Israel, he revealed where all their skill really came from and laid out the higher purpose for why their talents... Continue Reading →

God’s Word, Obedience, and Godly Fear Should Unleash a Spark in Our Spirits

When the Israelite captives returned to Judah to rebuild Jerusalem, for a brief period they worked excitedly and feverishly to get a lot of the construction work done. Then they took their eyes off the Lord and what he told them to do, allowing their enemies, the heathen government, and apathy discourage them from moving... Continue Reading →

Doing Godly Things to Help the Ungrateful Can Still Grant Us God’s Blessings

You can bend over backwards and go to great lengths in making personal sacrifices to help certain people and in the end they can still be so ungrateful. That's what I've seen unfold in the news in the past several weeks as first responders and medical professionals who were hailed as heroes for their good... Continue Reading →

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