If you have ever paid attention to political campaigns and have done a fact check on ads, you may have noticed that some candidates endorse ads that put their opponents in the worst light possible. When mudslinging occurs, the opponent is often misquoted or a snippet of what an opponent says is presented out of... Continue Reading →
The Old Testament was good while it lasted, but I personally am glad I wasn't born in a time and place when it was applicable. I thank God for his grace that brought about his New Testament every day. I can't imagine why anyone would want to remain under the old, outdated covenant when God... Continue Reading →
A close look at the Bible reveals that God sets aside different time periods to reveal different aspects to mankind about himself. This is why to the untrained, unsaved mind he seems to be more than one god and has falsely been accused of being so. One of the favorite attacks by unbelievers against Christianity... Continue Reading →
The circumstances surrounding Moses' birth were very grim, but in the midst of all the negative things happening, God's hand was still clearly visible in the affairs of men. The Hebrews, having sought shelter from famine in Canaan, came to Egypt when Jacob brought his whole family there toward the end of his life when... Continue Reading →
Even though we Christians are saved by grace, there is a constant battle that we fight when people in the church try to bring us into subjection to the Old Testament (OT) laws of Moses. Many times it's done unknowingly or subtilly because of traditions passed down for generations. I think we do it because there... Continue Reading →
I did a study from 2002-2006 of the breastplate worn by the Jewish high priest in the Old Testament. I'll be sharing what I discovered in the next several posts. Here's the introduction to start things off.