1 Corinthians 15:8 CONTEXT: Matthew Henry comments on this chapter as follows: In this chapter, the apostle treats that great article of Christianity—the resurrection of the dead. I. He establishes the certainty of our Saviour’s resurrection (v. 1-11). II. He, from this truth, sets himself to refute those who said, There is no resurrection of … More Sunday Sermon Series – 05/08/2022
There has been a whole lot of hoopla lately over Elon Musk taking over Twitter. Many on the left see him as the epitome of evil. While many on the right (including some “Christians”) see him as the savior of free speech. As the above quote from Thomas Brooks points out both are wrong. Musk, … More Sunday Sermon Series – 05/01/2022
Question: “Does God promise to not give us more than we can handle?” Answer: First Corinthians 10:13 says, “No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way … More QOTW – Does God promise to not give us more than we can handle?
Those that know me, know I love real football 😉, or as we Americans call it soccer. I grew up playing the game and now I have the great joy of watching one of my grandsons play varsity HS soccer. The above picture, although satire has a basis of truth for both the Premier League … More Devotional Thought for Today – 04/29/2022
According to Theodoret of Cyrrhus, on January 1, A.D. 404, an ascetic monk named Telemachus jumped to the floor of the arena during a gladiatorial match and begged the competitors to stop. The crowd was so angry at the interruption that they stoned him to death. When Christian Emperor Honorius heard about Telemachus’ act of bravery, he … More Taking Unpopular Stands in a Strange New World
COMMENT: When my mother died from a brain aneurysm/stroke resulting from a fall some 12 years ago the decision for her immediate end-of-life care was made easier due to the preparation she had taken. My mother had a STRICT DNR order, Do not Resuscitate, and the choice we had was to relive to a bulging … More “A Godly Perspective on End-of-Life Decisions”
Please scroll to the bottom for a free book giveaway Dr. Meyer was recently featured in PragerU’s 5-part series on science and God. Meyer is a Cambridge-trained philosopher of science and New York Times bestselling author of Return of the God Hypothesis. As a leading proponent of intelligent design, he argues that there are specific features … More Science and God
PSALM 84 CONTEXT: Spurgeon’s Treasury: TITLE AND SUBJECT. To the Chief Musician upon Gittith. A Psalm for the sons of Korah. This Psalm well deserved to be committed to the noblest of the sons of song. No music could be too sweet for its theme, or too exquisite in sound to match the beauty of its … More Sunday Sermon Series – 04/24/2022
An annual survey of Bible-reading Americans shows a huge and terribly sad drop in those who open up the Word a few times a year but a longtime Christian apologist says the dramatic drop lines up with a certain virus from China. According to the yearly State of the Bible survey by the American Bible Society, Americans … More Bibles literally gathering dust in post-pandemic U.S.
New Unapologetic Former evolutionary biologist and contributing editor at Quillette Colin Wright joins today’s episode for “Devil’s Advocate.” Amala does her best to represent the most common arguments leftists make on gender theory, trans issues, and sex education in schools, while Colin represents the opposing side. Who wins? You decide. Watch Now