Monthly Archives: August 2018

This Will Deepen Your Love for Christ

Understanding Christ’s Nature I have always believed that Jesus Christ was both God and Man. But until I was introduced to the reformed faith, I did not think He had a fully human soul. I always thought the Holy Spirit … Continue reading

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Forgiveness—The Biblical View

There is a very common misunderstanding among Christians that says forgiveness is not for the offender but the victim—to give him peace of mind and heart. I have some problems with this notion. As the word implies, ‘for–give–ness’ is a … Continue reading

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More Things Evolution Cannot Explain

It Can’t Get Any Simpler Charles Darwin said, “…Natural selection acts only by taking advantage of slight successive variations; she can never take a great and sudden leap, but must advance by short and sure, though slow steps.”1 Thus, “If … Continue reading

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Evidence of a Young Solar System

Scientists estimate that the supply of hydrogen available to the sun should last for about ten billion years. Since they put the age of the sun at 4.6 billion years, it should have used about half its supply of hydrogen. … Continue reading

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