Since man has walked the earth, he has fought over religion – the first murderer’s evil thoughts festered because his offering displeased God (Gen 4). Cain may have been the first to murder over religion, but he is far from the last – from the Crusades to the Spanish Inquisition to the Salem witch trials […]
During the months preceding the debate it was advertised as being “The Debate of the Century.” It was reminiscent of the great Campbell-Owen Debate, but it might be more accurately likened to Paul’s meeting the Athenian philosophers on Mars’ Hill when “…certain also of the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers encountered him” (Acts 17:18). Upon that […]
One of the earliest controversies to erupt in early Christianity centered around the Trinity. The basic question boiled down to this: “If there is but one God and Christ is God, what is the relationship of Christ to the Father?” Early Christians answered that question in a variety of ways, and some were fairly close […]
The pagan homosexuals about whom Paul speaks in Romans 1 believed a lie about God; they, therefore, worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator. There are still many lies about God — atheism, humanism, and many others. We need to be careful that we do not believe these lies.
It was the worst attack in American history, and it burned into our brains a series of heartbreaking images that will stay with us forever—the Twin Towers falling, the Pentagon exploding, Flight 93 crashing into the ground, a firefighter carrying away a flag-draped victim, the twisted rubble of Ground Zero. But, the dreadful events of […]