Opening words are important. Authors and editors both know that the first sentence of a book needs to be arresting and engaging. It should capture the imagination of the reader, inviting the reader into the larger story or, at the very least, the larger story of the first chapter. Consider the first line of [...]
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CINCINNATI, April 1 /Christian Newswire/ — It’s not an April fool’s joke. Even though it’s now been 150 years since Charles Darwin sparked the creation/evolution debate, conservative Christians and scientists are still wrangling over the origin of man.
Throughout the 2009 year, organizations all over the world are marking [...]
This is a new series (1-3) of Verse No. in the Bible versus the Quran.
Verse No. 3 in the Old Testament says that God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light..
Verse No. 3 in the New Testament says that Judas begat Phares and Zara of Thamar; and Phares begat Esrom; and Esrom [...]
AP – LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A controversial Kentucky museum that trumpets the Bible story of creation and rejects evolution is making room for an odd guest: Charles Darwin.
A new exhibit at the Answers in Genesis Creation Museum argues that natural selection — Darwin’s explanation for how species develop new traits over time — can [...]
Today we continue looking at arguments for a 24-hour view of the “days” in Genesis and arguments for a longer period of time. Again, we will be using Norm Geisler’s treatment of the issue.
A seemingly persuasive argument for the 24-hour view is the comparison in Exodus 20:11 of the six-day work week to [...]
We were excited to see this on Gary Stern’s “Blogging Religiously” Website:
Are you familiar with these lines:
“In principles the
powers that be
the universe conceive.”
How about these?
“When the waters,
dark and deep
veiled earth, the virgin wilderness
the breath of life
upon the waters’ face.”
Ring any bells?
These are the actual opening verses of the Book of Genesis, according to the new Freeware [...]
Written by Grant Swank
Obviously God was in no rush for Christmas. Then why should you be in such a bustle?
If you are not careful, you will miss Christmastide. You may celebrate the Day but you may miss the Spirit of the Day.
Posted in God is...Each of Us on Dec 15th, 2008
Written by John Young
Which parts of Leviticus are you willing to set aside? The one about executing adulterers? The one about not eating pork?
I’ll give you a few minutes. Flip through the chapter if it’s nearby.
Up to this point John Locke has spoken against Sir. Filmer on the accounts of Adam’s claim to sovereignty by Donation, Creation, and Paternal & Regal authority. And at this point Locke turns his attention to the subject of Adam’s authority by way of Subjection of Eve. Filmer’s assertion, according to Locke, is based on [...]