Opponents of Christianity love to promote the idea that the Bible just doesn't match up with what modern science has discovered about our universe. They claim that the science contained in the Bible is just "myth" or nice stories. Not true! Here is a short discussion along with a PDF of my notes from Genesis Chapter 1.
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Way too many people are phobic about using genetic technology to create better varieties of food-producing plants. Yet, like any technology, genetic manipulation can be wrongly used. Here are some thoughts on the matter.
Below is an excerpt from a paragraph I wrote this morning. As I reviewed it I was struck with how, in this time of crisis, many people need to hear it’s message. So, I’m posting it here for you to read and pass on as you see fit. I hope it speaks to you.
...we learned that Covid19 is getting close to home...the fearfulness and the mad buying frenzies are still foolishness. God is our protector and our provider...We can trust Him!
Why does God pay attention to us when we pray? It doesn't make sense, but He does.
It is common to hear the claim made that there is a conflict between science and what is written in the Bible. Nothing could be further from the truth.............
If you have ever read literature written by someone from Scotland you have likely run across a word we don't use much over here in America. That word is "ken". To define it in American English one would say it means (in its verb form) "to understand". Unfortunately, that definition only gets to part of the meaning of "ken". When we think of understanding something – say a scientific research problem or maybe just why a friend is behaving the way he is behaving – we think in terms of taking our accumulated knowledge (a whole lot of facts and observations) and analyzing until we arrive at
It seems to have become a Saturday night tradition in the Reagan household to eat pizza and watch a movie. We like, on occasion, to watch a good spy thriller and the last two Saturday evenings we watched the first two movies in the Jason Bourne series. This isn't really a review, by the way, and I'm not even going to recommend that you watch the movies. The movies were very dark, missing almost completely any portrayal of human goodness. (The second movie was even darker than the first.) What is prompting me to write this morning is that the ending scenes of the second movie highlight
The slide into sin often follows a threefold pattern...
Jesus told Peter that the church would be built on the rock of revelation. Here are some thoughts on that passage.