Category Archives: Christians and Culture

How Ancient Israel Lost Its Culture War and the Parallels to Today

Does our culture decline by the blemishes Hollywood seeps in through the sides? Or does it erode further by what is decreed from the top down through public policy? Hollywood has always corroded good values, but the slope of decline … Continue reading

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Are All Religions the Same? Grace Elevates Evangelical Christianity Above All Others

Do all religions lead to the same place? Are all religions are of the same essence that just differ in the peripheries? Moral relativism has wreaked havoc on our ability to know truth, but there is a

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The Logic of Christianity

Thomas Paine wrote in the Age of Reason, “The study of theology, as it stands in Christian churches, is the study of nothing; it is founded on nothing; it rests on no principles.” Really? Christian theology rests on “no principles”? This … Continue reading

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Is The Bible A Myth?

We have all been in a church at some point. Maybe your mind, like mine, has wandered at some point and you said to yourself: “The church building is real and the rituals are tangible, there is a real text, a budget, offices and equipment. … Continue reading

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The Dead Sea Scrolls: How The Ancients Fought The Culture And Won

The Essenes were one of the sects of Judaism that existed at the time of Christ in the 1st century. Whereas the Sadducees were elitist and amendable to Roman ways, and the Pharisees involved themselves with the people of Jewish … Continue reading

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