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The Bible, Science, Skepticism, and Creation

The Bible, Science, Skepticism, and Creation

When one reads the biblical account of creation and the numerous passages appealing to that account, he must admit the clarity of the literal interpretation of the creation account affirmed in Scripture. Those who reject the obvious and consistent appeal of God’s word...
“I Myself Am Also a Man”

“I Myself Am Also a Man”

In the account of Peter and Cornelius in Acts 10, when Peter came to the house, Cornelius “met him, and fell down at his feet, and worshiped him” (v. 25). Acts 10:26 says, “But Peter took him up, saying, Stand up; I myself also am a man.” This account is very...
“I Don’t Do It, but …”

“I Don’t Do It, but …”

It is not uncommon to hear people say something like this: “I don’t drink socially, but I’m not sure that you can say, absolutely, that it is wrong to do so.” Or it might be, “I don’t dance, but I really don’t think that you can say it is wrong.” Or...
Gods of This World: Science

Gods of This World: Science

Mankind has always been fascinated by the world around him. Humans of diverse civilizations and locations have investigated the movements of the stars and planets, the creatures around them, and the physical properties of their world. This attempt to understand the...
“Crossing the Rubicon”

“Crossing the Rubicon”

In 1967, Fanning Yater Tant wrote an editorial in The Gospel Guardian titled, “On the Banks of the Rubicon.” The title was taken from the common phrase “crossing the Rubicon,” referring to a small river crossed by Julius Caesar in defiance of the Roman senate. His...
Nobody Is Getting Left Behind

Nobody Is Getting Left Behind

There are a ton of Left Behind fans, and they are especially excited since the movie was released a couple of weeks ago, but they are going to be very disappointed. The reason? The rapture is false. But it is often referred to as though it is a clear Bible subject. I...

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