Why Do Americans Believe That Jesus Is A Commodity?

A commodity has several definitions. The most useful is an interchangeable item that satisfies a want or need in the marketplace. For example, a pound of pure (99.9%) metal has a value. It does not matter where it came from or who made it. The same types of coffee beans, grains, or even computer chips, …

There’s Honey in the Rock, My Brother! by Mary C. Findley

Anyone who says that God is a big bully is picking and choosing what he reads in the Bible. Read the whole thing, cover to cover, over and over, to see the whole God. Yes, it’s hard work. Yes, you’ll see violence and misery and pain and suffering, but look at what else you’’ll see! …

The Need to Understand Original Sin — post by Michael J. Findley

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 …

Christianity, Science and True Knowledge

Not all knowledge is true science. Paul wrote to Timothy in I Timothy 6:20 that he should be on guard against and stay away from those who used "oppositions of science falsely so called. " This is one of the more interesting references in the Bible to false science. He was telling Timothy to stay …

Principles of Writing Fiction

It's hard to say when people began writing fiction, but it has been used for millennia to communicate truth. Seems strange to say that something that isn't true can teach truth, but good fiction always has done that. Using characters, settings or events that didn't actually happen, writers create a vehicle by which to make …

All Glorious Within

Psalm 45 is a beautiful passage of Scripture. It describes a king which certainly seems to be the Messiah, Jesus Christ. In verse nine it begins to talk about women, and there are lessons for Christian women and their earthly relationships with men and others in the descriptions found here. First, though, we witness the …