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Church Without God—Does It Work?

The article argues that these secular congregations must become more like real churches in order to maintain their members and bring in new ones. Well, the article reports that participation in these secular “churches” has been steadily declining, and various chapters have closed. It seems there’s little to hold these …

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Playing the Harlot in Our Scientific Age?

Hosea 4:12 says, “My people ask counsel from their wooden idols, and their [wooden] staff informs them. For the spirit of harlotry has caused them to stray, and they have played the harlot against their God.” Hosea used strong language against his fellow Israelites, calling them harlots because they had …

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A Memorial for a Melted Glacier?

Throughout the article that reports on this melted glacier, these phrases are used, “the first glacier killed by climate change,” “the first casualty of climate change in Iceland,” “to memorialize the loss of Ok,” and “by marking Ok’s passing”—it’s almost like they are treating this glacier as if it were …

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The Herald-Leader Misleads Again

Incredibly, this single incident was her “proof” that the Ark was not having an impact in the region after three years of operation! The reporter has repeatedly refused to acknowledge that the Ark Encounter has been successful, not only with its excellent attendance (although she has finally come around to …

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Real Time or “God’s Time”?

In an effort to insert millions of years of time into the Bible, some Christians argue that God’s time is not the same as ours. Because “a day is as a thousand years” to the Lord (2 Peter 3:8; Psalm 90:4), they say the “days” of creation in Genesis 1 …

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Ape-Men, Adam, and the Gospel

Although creationists and evolutionists look at the very same fossil and genetic evidence, they interpret that evidence very differently because of different starting assumptions. Creationists start with the eye-witness testimony of the Creator in Genesis. Evolutionists start with an anti-biblical, naturalistic (atheistic) worldview. So, which view really fits the facts …

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Where Did Jesus Say, “I Am God; Worship Me”?

When sharing the gospel with Muslims, it is not uncommon to hear the objection: “Where did Jesus say, ‘I am God; worship me’?” This is because many Muslims have been trained (by Muslim apologists) to ask this question of Christians and demand that the answer must be in those exact …

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Teachers Union Endorses Killing Unborn Children

The NEA declared that they will now include an assertion of our defense of a person’s right to control their own body, especially for women, youth, and sexually marginalized people. The NEA vigorously opposes all attacks on the right to choose and stands on the fundamental right to abortion under …

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Embracing Christ’s View of Scripture

How extensively did Jesus trust and live by the Scriptures, which in His day were only the books of the Old Testament? How did He treat them in comparison to other claims of truth? After all, if Jesus is our Savior and Lord, shouldn’t we share the same view? Factual …

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