"As automatic as panicking.", April 29, 2013 Joana James has a secret formula for instant Christian success. Well, no, it's not instant, but it will work. These "wisdom bursts" were tougher to write than the first book in the series, I bet, but so necessary. We want to worry, we want to pick up that burden … Continue reading More Reviews of Christian Books You Ought to Read!
"Twist! Look out!" I spun and swung wildly as the crack of a Colt revolver split the air. Sluefoot Sue had both her firearms out and was shooting at something below me. To my astonishment tentacles rose out of the Thames and wrapped themselves around the Catfish. Each time one of Sue's bullets struck them … Continue reading A tidbit from The ‘Prentices, the Puppets, and the Pirates
Here's a very brief comparison/contrast of Balaam versus Jonah. You let me know what you decide, because frankly, I don't know what to think about these two guys, except for a couple of observations I'll make after my list. Balaam: Summoned by kings with promises of reward. Jonah: Summoned by God with no promise of … Continue reading Balaam vs Jonah — No Comparison — Or Is There?
But solid food is for the mature, who because of practice have their senses trained to discern good and evil. Hebrews 5:14 We are all involved in a Spiritual warfare that is not going away just because we do not like it. For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, … Continue reading Maturity
Assuming something to be true then using that assumption as a "proof" is the essence of circular reasoning. The issue is not the nature of the evidence, but the honesty of the observer. For example all dating systems assume deep time to be true. One very clear example is dendrochronology or tree ring dating. Bristlecone … Continue reading Circular Reasoning
People have always loved the approval of others. But to give up part of the truth of God's Word just to win that approval will bring on the judgment of God. Claiming the book of Genesis, at least the first eleven chapters, to be "allegorical" or "mythical" will win the approval of many. But if … Continue reading The Need to Understand Original Sin — post by Michael J. Findley
Lot's story begins before Genesis 19, when he separated from Abraham and chose his land near Sodom. But let's not call him selfish, or wicked, or anything else bad, for that choice, because the Bible calls him righteous. (2 Peter 2:7) He invited in the angels God sent, tried to protect them, and to act … Continue reading The Righteous Soul and the Harlot’s Heart — post by by Mary C. Findley
Shake up your personal study, homeschool curriculum, or Sunday School discussions. This ebook series includes teacher and student editions with review questions and answer keys. Each book in the series includes the illustrated Chapter Fourteen from Antidisestablishmentarianism -- Scientific evidences from around the world that will make you scratch your head if you're a uniformitarianism … Continue reading It’s Officially a Series! COA2: The Origin of Evil in the World that Was Is Here!
“Mom! Look! It’s your book! Can I read it?” The CreateSpace proof of Flash had come that afternoon, all pretty and shiny and crisp. David, my 6-year-old, grabbed it and flipped through the pages. “Oooh!” he said. “Can I read it!?” I honestly don’t know who was more excited. Now, my young adult My Life … Continue reading Guest Post by R. M. Strong — Teach Your Children to love Reading