Can Scripture Be Trusted? | This Week at ICR #95

First Up: TREES AND LEAVES: CREATION KIDS ACTIVITY PAGE Trees and most plants use sunlight to make their own food in a process called photosynthesis. This word is the combination of “photo,” which means light, and “synthesis,” which means putting together. Since humans and many animals eat plants, photosynthesis is very important for life on Earth! … More Can Scripture Be Trusted? | This Week at ICR #95

What Winston Churchill and the Apostle Paul Can Teach Us About the Ongoing Battle for Hearts and Minds

Posted by Paul Batura | Aug 24, 2022 | Opinion The story is told of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill convening a meeting of his highest military and political leaders during the last week of May in 1940 as the Battle of Dunkirk unfolded… READ MORE @ What Winston Churchill and the Apostle Paul Can Teach Us About the Ongoing … More What Winston Churchill and the Apostle Paul Can Teach Us About the Ongoing Battle for Hearts and Minds

6 Bible Verses You Are Probably Reading Wrong

Open a dictionary and you will find many common words often have different meanings. For example: The man hit the bat with a bat. The first bat is a nocturnal animal, and the second is a sports accessory. We know by its placement and usage which is which. The meanings of words, phrases, and sentences are based upon how they are used in … More 6 Bible Verses You Are Probably Reading Wrong

Who invented Basketball? History of YMCA, YWCA, International Red Cross & more

American Minute with Bill Federer The founder of the YMCA was George Williams was born in 1821 on an English farm in Dulverton, Someset. Baptized into the Church of England, he described himself growing up to be “a careless, thoughtless, godless, swearing young fellow.” As a result, his family sent him away to apprentice at a draper’s shop in Bridgwater. In … More Who invented Basketball? History of YMCA, YWCA, International Red Cross & more

Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Fight Against Antisemitism

January 27th is designated as Holocaust Remembrance Day, Never Forget! Two weeks ago, in Colleyville, TX, a monster reappeared. Malik Faisal Akram walked into Congregation Beth Israel and demanded that the United States release a scientist connected to Al Qaeda. At first, news outlets and even the FBI seemed hesitant to ascribe any motive to the attack or even … More Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Fight Against Antisemitism

Why Study History?

Is it important to study history? Why do we need to know what’s come before us? Isn’t it just enough to “live in the moment?” Renowned historian Victor Davis Hanson explores these important questions… WATCH NOW > > >

The Middle Class and Why It’s Disappearing

In this Highlight from Hillsdale College’s FREE online course, “American Citizenship and Its Decline,” Victor Davis Hanson explores the roots of citizenship in ancient Greece, explains how a strong middle class is essential to free government, and describes how we are losing the middle class today. Visit our website: http://hillsdale.edu Learn from our online courses: … More The Middle Class and Why It’s Disappearing

The Bible’s Accuracy Vindicated… Again

“It is the glory of God to conceal a matter,” writes the author of Proverbs, “but the glory of kings is to search things out.” The Biblical account of reality—that God created a world that was knowable and His image-beares to be knowers—powerfully explains the human drive to learn and investigate the world around us. It … More The Bible’s Accuracy Vindicated… Again