The word “covenant” is used all throughout the Bible by God to describe His relationship with us. Before He flooded the world, God told Noah “But I will establish My covenant with you; and you shall enter the ark—you and your sons and your wife, and your sons’ wives with you.” (Genesis 6:18)
After the flood, God made a promise to Noah: Continue reading
Our government has undermined, slowly and deliberately, something invaluable: the principle of victims’ rights. While God’s law, as described in the Old Testament, upholds victims’ rights as the basis of its judgments, our humanist, modern law system has reversed God’s requirements and kicked this principle to the curb.
In so doing, it has perverted justice and crushed the hope of the person who falls victim to a crime and is thrust unwittingly into the jaws of the legal system. Continue reading
Here’s a problem: Modern science tells us the Earth is 4.5 billion years old, but this “science” is flaky. “No way!” you say. Do you want proof?
Are you interested in reading something more in-depth that explains why, and produces compelling evidence to support this claim? In layman’s language, but also with numbers, charts, tables, and formulas? Continue reading
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Christians ask “Is the world running down?”
That’s the conclusion that the second law of thermodynamics, adapted to the universe as a whole, would have you believe. Rather, that’s the inescapable implication of the fate of the universe that modern “atheistic” science has generally confessed faith in.
What does such an idea mean for Christianity?
This is the question Gary North directly addressed in his book Is The World Running Down: Crisis In The Christian Worldview. Continue reading
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Yes, you read the headline correctly. It’s getting bad out there.
Michael Salman is an ordained pastor. He has a house in Phoenix, AZ on 4.6 acres of land. He and his family began hosting a Bible study at home in 2005. Up to 15 people were attending then. His neighbors complained to the city about traffic congestion, so the city started getting involved.
In Chapter 38 of Job, after 35 chapters of debating God’s will, intentions, and actions, the Lord came down upon the land and settled the matters raised before Him. Continue reading
This article is Part 6 in a series of essays about demon possession. You can read Part 5 of Demon Possession and The Spiritual Realm by clicking here.
WHAT THE BIBLE TELLS US ABOUT DEMON POSSESSION
So, back to the idea of demonic possession. Let’s look at specific cases from the New Testament that give us several details:
“And one of the multitude answered and said, Master, I have brought unto thee my son, which hath a dumb spirit;
And wheresoever he taketh him, he teareth him: and he foameth, and gnasheth with his teeth, and pineth away: and I spake to thy disciples that they should cast him out; and they could not. Continue reading