Monthly Archives: February 2014

“But what will you do in the end?” (Jer. 5:31b) A Thought About the Nye/Ham Debate.

One of the things that struck me most profoundly during the Bill Nye/Ken Ham debate last night was Nye’s statement about how belief in a Creator would destroy “the joy of discovery.” It strikes me that exactly the opposite is … Continue reading

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A Reflection on the Superbowl…

“The attachment many Americans now have to sports teams far exceeds attachment to religious faith—any religious faith.” – Al Mohler Driving home from church on Sunday Night was eerie, it was a huge contrast to the heavy traffic we normally … Continue reading

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Why Do Christians Worship on Sunday and Not Saturday?

Why do Christian churches meet and worship on Sunday? After all, doesn’t the fourth commandment clearly say “the seventh day is the Sabbath of the LORD your God?” So is Sunday worship just a Christian tradition? Did we not want … Continue reading

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