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How Science Affects Our Interpretation of the Bible

Dual revelation theology is an issue that divides modern Christians. Evangelicals agree Scripture is unique in terms of the truths necessary for salvation. And they agree that there are two revelations: the testimony of God through nature called general revelation, … Continue reading

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The Meaning Of Biblical Faith

To many people, faith is something you conjure up, something you will into existence, something you hope to be true. It’s this “you have your truth and I have my truth” notion. You determine your own reality and beliefs are a … Continue reading

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Excerpts from “The Danger of Evolution in Politics”

“Constitutions based on the Judeo Christian value system are the fairest the world has ever known. Only cultures shaped by this value system lead to environments of freedom and possibility thinking. As Christianity is the most pragmatic of the world’s … Continue reading

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The Danger of Evolution in Politics

Evolution is an extremely dangerous theory. It’s not only a theory, but a poor one that has dominated the mind of academia around the world. The basic premise of evolution is that things are getting better and better, and life … Continue reading

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Does Goodness Always Mean Niceness?

  In the 1986 movie “Top Gun”, Iceman (Val Kilmer)  is threatened by the gifted but reckless fighter pilot Maverick (Tom Cruise). Competitors for the Top Gun trophy, Ice is the cool, methodical one who goes by the book. Mav … Continue reading

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