This article is the kind of insidious drivel that Christians should vehemently denounce. It’s packed with a vile poison that compromises the faith of believers and serves to undermine the Church. Christians who believe this blasphemous prattle are at risk of becoming, at best, ineffectual Christians — which is precisely what Satan would like — or worse, from falling away from their faith entirely — which he would love even more. Continue reading
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“Cut up your Bible, remove God, and marvel in its new-found splendor” says this so-called Bible historian
Part 3 of Dr. Bahnsen’s video lecture series (“Defending the Faith”) is called “Worldviews in Collision.” In this lecture Dr. Bahnsen reviews the material covered so far and begins pulling it all together to describe the comprehensive conflict between the Christian’s worldview and all non-Christian worldviews. He reveals the general approach to evangelizing the unbeliever, with specifics to follow in the proceeding lectures. Continue reading
“Neutrality” is a myth, and this truth of the matter has been made abundantly clear by the very public battle that has erupted over Chick-Fil-A’s recent public confession that they affirm marriage by the only ethical standard that exists: that of the triune God of Christianity.
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