These days it's not uncommon to hear certain people in Christian circles claim that Bible stories are not literal occurrences but are just symbolic to teach us moral lessons. Others claim the Bible is made up of literal historical occurrences that should not be seen as symbolic even though we as Christians can learn from… Continue reading Should I take that Bible passage literally or figuratively?
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
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
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
Does the Bible teach that the Earth is flat? Was the Flat Earth myth really a predominant Christian teaching in the early church? Did Christopher Columbus expect to find a Flat Earth on his voyage in 1492? These and other topics are covered in the following broadcast of Creation Magazine Live which aired on May… Continue reading A discussion on the Flat Earth myth
No matter how well things go in one’s life, there is always the possibility of something unpredictable occurring that threatens one’s life, livelihood, or peace of mind. If we were to look around and take stock of the familiar things and familiar people that are present in our lives, the things and people who give… Continue reading Tough times can lead us to high places
During the throes of World War II, Luciferian Freemason Manly P. Hall was ecstatic over the prospect of building a New World Order (NWO) from the ashes. As a member of various secret societies manipulating (at the Vatican's behest) various occurrences on the world stage, Manly P. Hall acted as a messenger and herald for… Continue reading Tolerance, socialism, psychology, & a world without the KJV: the NWO’s vision
Archaeologists excavating parts of Jerusalem's ancient sites shared evidence this past week of the battle between Rome and Jerusalem that led to the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 AD. The Jewish arrowheads and ballista balls shot from Roman catapults were discovered when the team of archaeologists dug up an ancient road into Jerusalem… Continue reading Jerusalem excavation finds more proof of battle with Rome
In Mark 4, after Jesus shared the parable of the sower and the seed, his disciples asked him what the parable meant. Jesus explained to them in Mark 4:11, "Unto you it is given to know the mystery of the kingdom of God: but unto them that are without, all these things are done in… Continue reading How then will ye know all parables?
We as humans in the overall scheme of things are frail, faulty, and finite, and all human inventions and man-made philosophies and religions tend to be the same. If we wish to authentically fulfill the deep desire in all of us to spiritually own something that is stable and dependable for ourselves and generations after us,… Continue reading Forever covered by God’s mercy and righteousness