religion · evolution · science · creationism

Assumptions on Darwin’s tree of life & junk DNA unravel as science progresses

Staunch evolutionists have made assumptions since Darwin's day about what they believe they will discover to be true as scientific tools, methods, and research advance. However, as those advances have taken place, a lot of their evolutionary assumptions have proven to be way off the mark and, much to their chagrin, the newer discoveries tend… Continue reading Assumptions on Darwin’s tree of life & junk DNA unravel as science progresses

Bible · Christianity · religion · education · school · human rights · law

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

Bible · creationism · education · evolution · religion · school · science

Fossil record happened quickly, actually debunks millions of years

Why do people believe fossils formed over millions of years? This 28-minute video shows why and then explains why fossils actually happened very quickly.

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 · crime · End times · God · human rights · judgment · law · religion · sexuality · sodomy

The end times rape culture

No one deserves to be raped, whether female or male, child or adult, incarcerated prisoner or law abiding citizen roaming free. It's just as wrong for a female to rape a male as it is for a male to rape a female regardless the age or status of the victim. Thanks to various women's movements… Continue reading The end times rape culture

End times · religion · witchcraft

Singer Lorde admits she’s a witch

New Zealand pop star Lorde, singer of such hits as "Royals" and "Green Light" on the secular charts, recently admitted in an interview that "I am basically a witch." The 20-yr-old said she feels comfortable around ghosts and spirits. Lorde even believes the spirit of the late David Bowie is connected to her, is watching… Continue reading Singer Lorde admits she’s a witch

Bible · deliverance · encouragement · faith · God · idolatry · life · religion

Sow in righteousness, reap in mercy

When Jehovah delivers us and does great wonders on our behalf, it is easy to start thinking of ourselves as being "all that and a bag of chips" (to borrow some old slang). In reality, God does things on our behalf out of his grace and mercy, not because of any righteousness we may think… Continue reading Sow in righteousness, reap in mercy

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