One of the arguments used by naturalistic atheists is the notion that there are many common design features found in living organisms that prove macroevolution to be beyond hypothesis so as to be a fact. So is this thought process true? That is the subject of todays post....Keep Reading
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Much of this post comes from the book titled Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers by Dane Ortland. What is the meaning of everything? What is the telos, the aim, the macro reason and goal for our small, ordinary lives? We are on solid footing, both biblically and historically, if we answer: “To glorify God.”...
I have been doing some research on times of revival and renewal. Historically, it is interesting to me how God has set certain times in history where the power of the Holy Spirit is on display in a very dynamic way. The methodology has varied from time to time, however, there are some common denominators in many of these movements....
In last week’s post, we talked about the synergistic effect of the multiple examples of fine tuning building an astounding case for a designed universe. After the post, I searched the internet for some atheistic refutation of this case and actually found one. Their arguments are weak and hollow. For today I would like to reveal some of their points and show their impotence....
I would like to look at our moon. In order for life to exist we need to have a moon that is just the right size. Compared to other moons found throughout our solar system, our moon is exceptionally large. This is significant for multiple reasons....Keep Reading
Earlier this week I spent some time out in the yard at night to gaze at the stars. August is a good time of year to do this. It is not too chilly when the sun goes down below the horizon. Moreover, a special event takes place. It’s called the Perseds meteor shower, this increases the chance of you seeing “shooting stars” in the night sky....Keep Reading
In a court of law, the standard of proof is establishment of evidence in order to conclude that something has occurred “beyond a reasonable doubt.” The standard does not go as far as to say “beyond any possible doubt.” I would contend that this same standard should be held when a person comes to investigate the life, death and resurrection of Jesus....Keep Reading