Tag Archives: Genesis

Mixed Marriages: The First Step Toward Degeneracy

Now it came about, when men began to multiply on the face of the land, and daughters were born to them, that the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were beautiful; and they took wives for themselves, whomever they chose. Then the Lord said, “My Spirit shall not strive with man forever, […]

The Dry Light of Doctrinal Understanding

Then Joseph made the sons of Israel swear, saying, “God will surely take care of you, and you shall carry my bones up from here.” – Genesis 50:25 (NASB) Incomplete as his creed was, Joseph may have been a better Christian than some of us, and was so, if what he knew nourished his spiritual […]

Theology & Ministry: An Interview with John MacArthur

The Ark Encounter: Bigger Than Disneyland?

Kevin Williams: Christ’s Love for the Believer

Life Between Chapters

The day Abraham walked up the mountain to sacrifice his son Isaac was a day of major events. Life-changing moments that strengthened his faith in God. Yet years before Isaac was even born, there was Ishmael, and a very interesting gap in time we would do well to take note of. In Genesis 17:1, Abram […]

Are Tim Keller & John Piper Even Christian?

Ken Silva of Apprising.org has written an article that I highly recommend you read, and if possible, do it today. Look, the Gospel begins with who God is – Creator of heaven and earth in 6 days. A god who uses evolution over multiple thousands or millions of years is not the God of the […]

Why The Genesis Account of Creation Is Scientifically Viable & Important To You

The question of origins is one of the most significant that a person ever faces: where we came from is crucial to understanding who we are and where we are going. Whether the world was created or has evolved has been a major point of controversy in philosophy, religion, politics and science for the last […]

Doug Kelly: The Importance of Creationism

Douglas F. Kelly  The following is an excerpt from Dr. Kelly’s excellent work “Creation and Change: Genesis1.1 –2.4 In the Light of Changing Paradigms” (Mentor ). “An understanding of the doctrine of creation helps us to see that the Holy Bible is to be taken seriously when it speaks to the real world. If we […]

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