Tag Archives: Death

True Shepherds in a Time of Plague

In 1665 Bubonic Plague, the “Black Death” as it was called at the time, broke out in the city of London, and thousands died. Almost immediately, the royalty left the city, followed quickly by the rich, and then as one … Continue reading

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“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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