Occasionally I encounter a secularist position so bizarre that I have never encountered it before. While the position I am describing below might be common among journalists, I certainly have never personally encountered someone who believed it before. He wrote a commentary on Numbers 31:16-18 "Behold, these caused the sons of Israel, through the counsel … Continue reading Marriage Is Not Rape — Post by Michael J. Findley
Our daughter told me about a Bible study where the teacher mentioned Proverbs 31 and said something like, "We all know that the Virtuous Woman is an ideal. She's too good to be true." Suppose a military commander gives his troop an order. The men whisper to the lieutenant, "Permission to fail, sir?" The lieutenant … Continue reading Permission to Fail?
After the death of Virgil in the First Century BC, the Roman Emperor Augustus Caesar posthumously published his Aeneid. Caesar Augustus loved this book because it took the history of Rome, romanticized it and treated it as "prophecy." Virgil built on an existing legend about the founding of Rome. He expanded a story around that … Continue reading Giants, Genetics and Original Sin
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 … Continue reading All Glorious Within
A message to parents and students: Never, ever, ever read a book, watch a movie, or see or hear a play or story or poem performed without answering these questions:(Don't read a book to your child or let anyone read a book to you without doing this, either.) Do "wise" and "good" people in the … Continue reading Analyze, Analyze, Analyze