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Jesus Christ—All Things Become New

In Christianity, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ serve as the cornerstones of the faith—the lifeblood of the Christian’s hope. To the faithful, Christ’s work is seen to bring forgiveness and salvation—making one right with God. Theologians call it “atonement.” Great eighteenth-century evangelist John Wesley spoke in no uncertain terms when he said, “Nothing […]

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The Man Who Dated Creation

To many atheists and theistic evolutionists, James Ussher is a figure of derision. He was Archbishop of Armagh for 16 years during the 17th century, and therefore nominally in charge of the Anglican Church of Ireland. But he is most famous for providing a date for creation—6:00 o’clock p.m. the evening before October 23rd, 4004 […]

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It all depends on whose hands it’s in…

I recently read a poem that helped me to see the perspective of my life in the Creator’s hands. I hope it does the same for you. It’s comforting to remember that our refuge [a condition of being safe or sheltered from pursuit, danger, or trouble] is in God (see Ps 62:7). It All Depends […]

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A lesson from biscuits

Have you ever been hungry? Suppose, in your hungered state, you come to my house and ask for something to eat. You’d likely be upset if I offer you a cup of flour, a spoon full of salt, or a spoon full of baking soda. How about a half of a cup of Crisco, chased […]

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The Star of Bethlehem: Fact or Fiction?

O Star of wonder, Star of night Star with royal beauty bright Westward leading, still proceeding Guide us to thy Perfect Light —Rev. John Henry Hopkins, “We Three Kings” (1857) The celestial wonder known as the Star of Bethlehem is an inseparable part of the story of Jesus’ birth and our Christian celebration of Christmas. Early Christians […]

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Who do you think God is?

G.K. Chesterton once said: “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” What is it that comes into your mind when you think about God? Is it the Creator God that does all things for Himself and His glory? Or is it a God you have […]

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Do you serve God or a god?

I’m reading a book that a friend of mine gave me entitled Forever His by Marvin Moore. This book is all about the practical application of Romans and teaches us how to have a joyful and unbroken relationship with Jesus Christ. In the second chapter, Mr. Moore describes something that I’ve been feeling for some […]

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Who Created God?

Kayla wrote in with this question: Eric, I have a question: If a person that believes in evolution asks you who created God or where did God come from, what do you tell them? This question shows a lack of knowledge of who God is. God did not have a creator; He is eternal. By […]

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What is Truth?

I recently received a question in one of our online communities regarding the lack of credit given to creation by the majority of scientists. Doesn’t it follow that we also shouldn’t accept your arguments? After all, the views of CSE aren’t accepted by authorities in biology, geology, history, anthropology, or physics. I beg to differ. […]

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Constant God = Constant Physics

My Musing Right now, I am 34,000 feet above ground looking out of my window, flying on American Airlines to Fresno. I am very thankful that the laws of physics are constant. For a brief moment, I am picturing what I would feel if this plane suddenly dropped out of the sky like a rock! Maybe […]

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Redemption Is Eternal

During a Home School Family Camp this September, I had the opportunity to play paintball with the campers. After several rounds of capture the flag, team elimination and just plain fun, we ended the afternoon with a game called “Moose.” In Moose, two people are chosen to be “eternal” (they cannot be eliminated), and they […]

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The Lemonade Stand

The Gift of Work This past Tuesday, while my wife was at the grocery store with our girls, my 7-year-old daughter saw a bag of lemons and asked if she could have a lemonade stand to help raise money for a puppy that they saw in a pet store. My wife thought it was a […]

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