Is Leviathan a Dinosaur?

 Leviathan. If the name is familiar, it is because leviathan is one of the most popular creatures in mythology and role-playing video games (the image above is from Final Fantasy XV). He (sorry, but I am assigning a gender here) is depicted as a massive sea creature – often a serpent. Leviathan is also the … Continue reading Is Leviathan a Dinosaur?

Gods of the New Age

I have been working on a theory for a few years now, though I did not realize it at the time. It will hopefully shed some light on some of the more interesting and controversial topics of our day. I’m working on a much larger version of it, but I would like to gauge interest … Continue reading Gods of the New Age

Of Devils and Fallen Angels

Many Christians believe that the “devils” and “fallen angels” are the same beings. They all follow Satan and seem to have a desire to harass humans in a number of ways. However, is there any evidence that suggest that these creatures are the same? I have not found any. So, I thought it might be … Continue reading Of Devils and Fallen Angels

The Mathematical Case for the Flood

If evolutionists are correct and modern man evolved 500,000 years ago (some would go back as far as 2,000,000 BC), at a population growth rate of 0.01%, there would have been approximately 20,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (that is 2 with 43 zeroes) people on the Earth by the time Christ was born. Keep in mind that evolutionists would … Continue reading The Mathematical Case for the Flood

Why I Believe The Gap (Theory)

**(Updated 9/12/2019)** Image from "Dispensational Truth" by Clarence Larkin Many churches these days are working diligently to argue against the “gap theory” by declaring it “anti-Scriptural” or a “heresy.” Some are even putting anti-gap declarations into church constitutions and by-laws. As someone who believes the gap is true, I am put into an awkward place … Continue reading Why I Believe The Gap (Theory)

An Ode to Suffering

One year ago from today, I was living in Las Vegas pursuing a Ph.D. while my wife was working her way up through the casino industry. She was beloved at work and was in line for a better position. We lived in a reasonable home with reliable transportation - we just took out a loan … Continue reading An Ode to Suffering

Miracles or A Series of (Un)Fortunate Events

Something miraculous happened to me in the last month. If you do not believe in God, you will see a series of interesting coincidences, but I would ask you to consider the chances of each of these occurring at all then compound the exponential chances of the entire series. Last May, I got into a … Continue reading Miracles or A Series of (Un)Fortunate Events