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Little Grand Canyon – Not Millions of Years!

This weekend I had the pleasure of backpacking and camping with my family and some friends at the “Little Grand Canyon of Georgia”. Here, in the deep south, massive gullies up to 150 feet deep offer visitors a stunning variety of color through its foliage and rock layer formations. Viewing the erosion features of this [...]

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Giant Speculations: The Bible and Greek Mythology

In my previous post, Giant Speculations, I talked about some of the ancient legends about giants and the possible connection to those mentioned in Numbers 13. In particular, many of these ancient legends describe the giants as having a fondness for eating human flesh. Numbers 13:32 describes the land of Canaan as a “land that [...]

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Is Christianity a Religion of Blind Faith?

It is always a joy to see young people who love the Lord and are passionate for the truth. The following blog post is from 17 year old Aaron Viland. It was too good not to share! I hear so many Christians say, “I cannot prove God’s existence. If I could, it wouldn’t be faith.” [...]

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Christ Remembered on St. Patrick’s Day

“Today the world commemorates St. Patrick’s Day by heavy drinking and imagining leprechauns. But St. Patrick (389-461), the great evangelist and hero known for Christianizing the nation of Ireland, deserves better remembrance. After being enslaved and taken from his home in Britain by roaming Irish, God called Patrick to become a bishop and to eventually [...]

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Algae Asphyxiates Evolution Principle

In The Origin of Species, Charles Darwin cast his theory of evolution centered on a “struggle for life” principle – coined as the “war of nature” or the “survival of the fittest” in 1859.  This principle is presented in the complete title of his legionary book – On the Origin of Species by Means of [...]

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The Drop Box

The Drop Box tells the story of South Korean pastor Lee Jong-rak and his heroic efforts to embrace and protect the most vulnerable members of society. It is a heart-wrenching exploration of the physical, emotional and financial toll associated with providing refuge to orphans that would otherwise be abandoned on the streets. But The Drop Box [...]

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The Fool and His Sand

According to the atheistic evolutionary worldview, everything that is currently in existence at one time came from nothing. Yet for some reason the Atheists on my facebook page still don’t see the humor in the pictures we posted last week. Matthew 7:26 says; And every one that heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them [...]

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