Is Australia Reaping What It Sowed?

With all the devastation happening with the bushfires in Australia, my prayers go out to the people there. Yet in the midst of my concerns for all they're suffering there, I have to wonder--what is or has contributed to all the devastation? I've noticed that talking heads on the news have been following the advice... 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 →

God Gives Warning to Guadalajara, Mexico, With a Freak Hailstorm

On Sunday, June 30, the city of Guadalajara experienced a very unusual phenomenon. Located in western Mexico in the state of Jalisco, the second largest city of Mexico got a massive hailstorm in the middle of summer with temperatures averaging just below 90° Fahrenheit. Precipitation was in the forecast, but no one was prepared for... Continue Reading →

Godly Wisdom and Knowledge Help Us Discern Scripture With Deductive Reasoning

Has someone ever told you, "Well, that's not in the Bible!", as a way to justify a faulty or downright sinful belief or action? Has anyone ever said to you, "You're taking that scripture literally when it's symbolic," or "You're taking that scripture symbolically when it should be literal"? If we were to buy into... Continue Reading →

Don’t push it, or, how much do you think you can get away with?

A few nights ago in Des Moines, Iowa, Toyusi Johnson by all indications decided to get behind the wheel of his vehicle while drinking. In one sense, it didn't end well. In another sense, he was very fortunate even though he didn't deserve it. While driving at a high rate of speed, Johnson smashed into... Continue Reading →

The US may not be as far gone as Europe, but we still have lots of room for improvement

I've said several times before how pleased I am about President Trump and his conservative policies when it comes to abortion, national security, federal regulations, taxes, Israel, and other things. I'm glad the US is not socialist or authoritarian as so much of the rest of the world (especially Europe), but we are not even... Continue Reading →

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