Category: Biblical World View

Punishment for False Accusers

Below is the solution for dealing with crimes committed by vicious tongues firing off words as weapons. The tongue can be so volatile, with the ability to destroy so many lives, even starting wars, that an entire chapter of The…

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Lesbian Kiss Inflames Viewers

Macy’s Department Stores are now a showcase for perversion and disease. They sickly promoted homosexual acts as seen in the Thanksgiving Parade. It spotlighted an interracial lesbian couple’s deep throat kiss seen around the world. Remember, this parade is supposed…

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God Calls the Faithful

It must have been quite the scandal.  A young, 14 year old girl, Mary, engaged to be married, had just returned from a visit to her relatives, Elizabeth and Zechariah who lived in the hill country of Judah.  She had…

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Praying Matters

Praying to God is how we talk to our true self, how we find our true inner peace, how we learn to love and care about others, how we thank him for the life he was so deeply blessed us…

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Laughter for the Mind, Body and Soul

Humor is one of the greatest gifts from a sovereign God although most people see no connection between God and laughter. Ancient Hebrews knew the advantage of laughter. Proverbs 17:22 clearly teaches “A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a…

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The Resurrection Tomb

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, located in the city of Jerusalem, is the “traditional” site of the tomb of Jesus, identified by the mother of Constantine (Queen Helena) some 300 years after the death and resurrection of Christ.  Unfortunately, the…

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The War On Christianity

“My analysis is that most faith based systems depend upon an absolute moral order. The declaration of things as absolutely evil or absolutely good, as sin or virtue, puts liberalism into a horrible position because it’s founded on no judgment…

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Noah’s Flood

Anthropologists who study legends and folktales from various cultures throughout the world consistently report that the biblical account of the flood is common to practically every civilization. Noah is but one story in a worldwide collection of at least 500…

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Should Infanticide be Legal?

Peter Singer, a bioethicists, believes he is too humane to eat a hamburger because animals should have rights, yet has no qualms about murdering children before and after birth.  Singer believes that an unborn child only acquires “moral significance” at…

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Pop Culture: Embracing Satan

If madness is sanctified through a wave of pop-culture affirmation and nature is chased out with a pitchfork, what real argument does society have to declare anything wrong? Throughout most of Western history both philosophy and religion took for granted…

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Is Martyrdom a Myth?

“But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” I Cor. 2:14 In “The Myth of Persecution: How Early Christians…

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Thankful for What We Have, While It Lasts

“The idea of human dignity, that we were created in the image of God, forms the theological underpinning of the ideas of human nature and human equality–core principles of liberty. The notion that all men are sinners is the theological…

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