The “Heretic” Strikes Back: Why I Reject Young Earth Theory

Much ado has been made among my peers regarding my belief in The Gap. I have heard many attacks on The Gap, and I have mentioned and disputed them HERE. However, there have been very few attempts to explain their own beliefs on the matter. I have deduced that many of them likely believe in … Continue reading The “Heretic” Strikes Back: Why I Reject Young Earth Theory

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Reformed Theology: Why I Reject TULIP

As I seek to learn more about The Bible and gain insight on the words of God through teaching, I continually run across a trend in Christianity that I have, until recently, only been vaguely familiar with – Reformed Theology. This sounds interesting. Theology – that is, the study of the nature of God, and … Continue reading Reformed Theology: Why I Reject TULIP

Church Music: You are Not Going to Like This

“Make a joyful noise unto the LORD” (Psalm 100:1). “O come, let us sing unto the LORD: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation” (Psalm 95:1). “Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord” (Ephesians 5:9). A Brief … Continue reading Church Music: You are Not Going to Like This

Should Christians Use Pascal’s Wager?

Have you ever heard the phrase, “better safe than sorry”?  It is often applied to everything from wearing a seat belt to using a helmet when riding a bike to going to throwing away milk that has a slight sour smell.   The idea that we might as well do something that might not be … Continue reading Should Christians Use Pascal’s Wager?

Are You Willing to Die for Christ?

In my frustration in conversing with my fellow Christians who fear standing on Biblical truths in matters of homosexuality, tattoos, the Trinity, and which Bible translation is the inspired word of God (if any), I decided to see how our brothers and sisters in Christ were treated as the Church was first formed. I turned … Continue reading Are You Willing to Die for Christ?

Improve Your Bible Study in 6 Easy Steps

I was raised in a Christian home my entire life. I cannot remember a time when I was not in church as a child. This was both a great testament to the Faith and dedication of my parents, but also a hindrance to my own spiritual growth. I cannot remember the date that I got … Continue reading Improve Your Bible Study in 6 Easy Steps

The Coming Civil Conflict

About 10 years ago, I predicted a simultaneous civil war, world war, and economic collapse. At that time, we were in the midst of the “Great Recession” and escalating conflict overseas between Middle Eastern nations including our own “war on terror” that continues to solider on. Right now, it seems that those last two issues … Continue reading The Coming Civil Conflict

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?

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