Bible Scholar Dismisses Biblical Inerrancy

Is the Bible inerrant? Is it without errors or misstatements in it's moral and spiritual teachings and in its historical facts? Religion professor Geoffrey Smith of the University of Texas at Austin doesn't think so, according to his July 20 opinion piece. Smith points out that those who believe the Bible is without error, like... Continue Reading →

Eager Anticipation to Hear the Lord Speak

After we as Christians suffer a setback or hardship, it's a relief to see the trying situation ease up, especially if the setback was caused by our own sinful habits. If we learned some very valuable lessons from it that remind us of how important our relationship with God is, more often than not we... Continue Reading →

Highlighting Some Apostasy That Has Crept Into Churches

Tim Moore and Nathan Jones of Lamb and Lion Ministries host Dennis Pollock of Spirit of Grace Ministries to discuss some common apostate teachings found in many churches today. In this 30-minute episode of "Christ in Prophecy" released this week, they cover topics such as churchgoers who reject the importance of Christ's teachings, those who... Continue Reading →

Forging Ahead With a Focus on the Faithful

Selecting role models to imitate is a normal human practice. When we turn towards the best role models to follow, it can help make our lives and our character more profitable. Paul understood this when he wrote to the Philippians, telling them in Philippians 3:17, "Brethren, be followers together of me, and mark them which... Continue Reading →

A Case of Creating a False Christ Using Critical Race Theory

In the 44-minute video below, Mike Winger of BibleThinker recently refuted the blasphemous claims about the Lord Jesus that have been spread by Brandan Robertson and Miguel De La Torre. Robertson and De La Torre are clergymen who buy into "Critical Race Theory", a philosophy conjured up by Marxists based on the idea of tearing... Continue Reading →

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