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Remembering the Crucifixion

Today is known as Good Friday, a time when many Christians remember the Crucifixion of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The Apostle Paul reminds us in the book of Romans that God demonstrated His love and mercy for us

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Surprised? Not at All!

Should we be surprised at the comment made by a BioLogos staff member on the new Hollywood movie, “Noah”?  Not at all.  BioLogos is the organization that attempts to lead Christians to compromise Genesis with evolutionary ideas—thus undermining the authority …

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Update on Hobby Lobby and Obamacare

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Last year, I wrote a blog about the controversy over Hobby Lobby, an arts and crafts retail chain, and its filing against the Obamacare healthcare mandate. Under the mandate, Hobby Lobby is required to offer health insurance that provides

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Answering Bill Nye—Rebutting Nye’s Argument That Kentucky Is Backward Technologically

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During my recent debate with Bill Nye “the Science Guy” at the Creation Museum, Mr. Nye made a few errors and misrepresentations. The day after the debate, Dr. Georgia Purdom and I shared some of them on a live web …

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Six Orphans and a Family of Love

This past week, I have been asked on more than one occasion by the media (as I am interviewed for my upcoming debate with Bill Nye “the Science Guy” on www.debatelive.org) as to what our real motivation is at …

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Christian Academics Telling God What He Got Wrong!

The biggest problem with ideas that compromise God’s Word in Genesis (which I’ve pointed out many times before) is that they make the Bible untrustworthy—so it’s an authority issue. Over at BioLogos (an organization known for promoting compromising Genesis with …

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Should BioLogos Be Called “ContraLogos” Instead?

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” (John 1:1).

In this verse, the Greek word logos is translated “word.” There is much that could be said about the word’s deep …

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Sloppy Research for an Anti-AiG Academic

Karl Giberson, professor of science, religion, and writing at Stonehill College—and former vice president of BioLogos (which promotes theistic evolution) and previously a professor at a Nazarene college—wrote an article for The Daily Beast titled “2013 Was a Terrible

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The Battle Between God’s Word and Man’s Word Continues

Not long ago, BioLogos (a group promoting theistic evolution) published an article by Pastor Richard Dahlstrom of Seattle, who unsurprisingly for this theologically compromising group, made a case for why evolution should be mixed with Scripture.

Pastor Dahlstrom shares the …

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Burdened to Share the Gift

I hope you will have a blessed Christmas!

One of our family traditions at Christmas, as we freely give gifts to our close family and friends, is to remind each other of the free gift of salvation in Christ.

And …

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