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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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Is History Knowable?

A historian asked his students one time what the difference is between math and history. Because of the precise nature of math, the

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The Intellectual Suicide of Secularism

Secularists label those of religious faith as committing intellectual suicide; they say any cause outside of materialism for explaining reality is a mindless appeal to mysticism. Yet relativism and naturalism, the twin engines of secularism, are really the 

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Was The Resurrection of Christ Literal or Metaphorical?

It is said that Christ is where history and theology intersect. Yet there are opposing views of the resurrection of Christ.

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