Baptist theologian Dr. John Gill (1700s) had an essential grasp on how the creation account is extremely important to Christianity. His writing is still pertinent and so is reprinted here for convenience and reference.
The book, Things that go Bump in the Church (Harvest House) is being released on April 1st (no, really). The work deals with intimidating doctrines that Christians sometimes fear. I was privileged to co-author the work with Mike Abendroth and Byron Yawn. Our goal was to provide accessible, biblical presentations of teachings that are often misunderstood, […] Continue reading
The first segment of Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey packages unconditional blind faith in evolution as scientific literacy, but lacks in showing many actual scientific observations.
From a human perspective, we could have never imagined the level of interest the debate with Bill Nye would draw from around the world.
Today’s post is Part 4 of a series focusing on the gift of tongues. (Click here to view Part 1, Part 2, or Part 3.) In particular, we are considering the continuationist claim that tongues in the New Testament did not always consist of real human foreign languages. Wayne Grudem, in Making Sense of the […] Continue reading